One of my responsibilities at Infoblox is leading a small, talented group of folks who focus on improving the usability of our products. The main project we've been working on lately is the design of the new IP address management functionality in our GUI. The first version of NIOS that incorporates our work, 4.3r3, was released recently.
This is the bloxTools Environment Script Portability Assessment (BESPA) Kit. It contains a couple of tools to help you determine how mucheffort it will be to port your Device and Management API (Perl API)scripts to the bloxTools Environment. See the "WillYour Perl Script Run in bloxTools Environment?" bloxTools Communityblog post for more details.
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I was looking at the changes tab today on my NetMRI and it said I had over 450 changes today alone. When i go thru the items they all appear to be the same thing but on different devices. The description says "Data elements chnaged for ifConfig (XXXXX): ifLowerLayer.Now the devices listed are routers with voice serial interfaces that go up and down all day long when calls are made. I'm assuming that's the reason but how do we get these false alerts stopped so that real changes are seen?
Wouldn't it be nice if you could create snapins out of the usefulDevice and Management API (Perl API) Scripts you have accumulated overtime? Many of you are doing so and this article will help you through theporting process.