Using Python for Juniper on a Mac

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Juniper Networks has developed a python library to manage their devices.  The library is called "junos-eznc" hosted at GitHub.  This library is meant to be able to handle commands programmatically that you would usually do at a CLI.  In order to use it, you will need to also install "ncclient" which implements NETCONF in python.  The easiest way to install is to use PIP. MacPro:~ aaronpaxson$  sudo pip install ncclient MacPro:~ aaronpaxson$  sudo pip install junos-eznc If you receive an error regarding "error: 'cc' failed with exit status 1", this is because you don't have the C compiler in...
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Starting Juniper Certs? There’s an app for that!

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For those starting on your Juniper journey into certifications, Juniper Networks has created a fantastic app for your Apple Devices to help you prepare for your entry-level exams.  But, you droid users out there aren't left out.  Called "JUNOS GENIUS", this app helps you determine if you are ready for entry-level exams.  JNCIA is the base exam that all other certifications require, building on concepts and foundations of the Junos Operating System.  Building up from that, are the "Specialist" exams.  In Cisco parlance, they would be the equivalent to the CCNA certifications. Juniper release...
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