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Hello Experts,

Can someone please provide information on where I might find software tools that will allow me to deploy Python scrips to Cisco routers?

There is a tool http://www.shrubbery.net/rancid/ that will allow me to deploy Python scripts but it's unix based. I would like help in finding a windows based application.

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Carlton
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Hi again Carlton :)


Are you just uploading files on your router, or you want a script to do something specific?

As far as I know, Cisco supports only TCL scripts, so I suppose you are trying to do something specific with your scripts on your router?

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Hello Uran,

Hope all is well.

Unfortunately, Tcl isn't supported on  Nexus 7K. NK7 only supports Python. Hence why I need a Python application that recognises Cisco Nexus.

Have you come across anything?

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