Infoblox netmri

Trying to figure out how to export all the router/switch configs from infoblox netmri?
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
From the FAQ: 13. Q: Can information gathered by NetMRI be exported?
A: Yes, NetMRI data can be exported via built-in UI and reporting features, as well as with an available API.

From the forum, it shared below e.g.

Via REST API: http://netmrip-ipaddress/api/2.7/devices/running_config_text?id=14

Via PERL API: my $text =  $client->broker->device->saved_config_text( DeviceID=>14)->{saved_config_text};

Specifically you should take a look at this example (and more) using WAPI calls as stated in blog
Device configuration - Request for configuration revisions:

curl -b auth.file\&starttime='2014-10-01'

There are further custom script shared (for extracting information isn't normally stored in NetMRI because it is not a part of sh run or SNMP information). It is more for your info in case you want to explore further...


Probably you already know this as well..I see it more of from backup and retrieve those config from it
You can back up your system files locally on the appliance or to your management system, or use TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), or SCP (Secure Copy ) to back them up to a remote server. You can also download a backup file to your workstation. The backup file is a .bak file that contains the configuration settings, data set, and TFTP files.
Good reference using the guide - see"Backing Up and Restoring Configuration Files"

For info, you can manually back up a data file in addition to scheduling your backups. And can save an existing backup file, or create and save a new one to your local management system, a TFTP server, an FTP server, or a SCP server.When you select FTP or SCP, ensure that you have a valid username and password on the server prior to backing up the files.

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