Scrapli Common Parameters
These are the common Scrapli Parameters for Scrapli Commands and Scrapli Data Backup Services.
Use Device DriverIf checked, the driver assigned to the device in the inventory will be used.
Driver: Scrapli driver to use. Currently, it supports:
Is Configuration: Should the device be put in config mode before issuing the commands?
Transport: Supports using the following transport plugins:
system: Wrapper around OpenSSH/System available SSH binary.
paramiko: Wrapper around paramiko library.
ssh2: Wrapper around ssh2-python library.
Socket Timeout: When socket is created it is initially set with this timeout.
Transport Timeout: When system transport is selected, this is the timeout used. If ssh2 or paramiko are the selected the timeouts for each respective library is used.
Ops Timeout: This timeout is used for individual operations (commands).
Credentials: Select between:
Device Credentials- eNMS will select the most appropriate credential object for each device. If there are multiple credentials available, eNMS will use the
Type of Credentialand
Priorityproperties as a tie breaker.
User Credentials- Use the user's currently logged in credentials to access the device.
Custom Credentials- The user provides the credentials below:
Custom Username- User provided username.
Custom Password- User provided password.
Start New Connection: Before the service runs, the current cached connection is discarded and a new one is started.
Connection Name: If changed to something other than
default, the connection will be cached as a separate connection to that same device. This allows for multiple simultaneous "named" connections to a single device, as in this example:
Close Connection: Once the service is done running, the current connection will be closed.