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Python Network Programming For Network Engineers Python 3

Course

PYTHON NETWORK PROGRAMMING FOR NETWORK ENGINEERS PYTHON 3

Category

Python and Networking Professional Institute

Eligibility

Freshers and Career Changers

Mode

Regular Offline and Online Live Training

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

45 Days

Python and Networking What will you learn?

•An overview about Python and Networking concepts.
•What are the advantages of Python and Networking?
•Learn WebdriverIO Testing with real user scenario examples
•How to perform read and write operations in Python and Networking.
•Learning and Creating a complete Python and Networking project in depth
•Learn Python and Networking) quickly, easily and effectively by using this course
•Students will learn the core concept of making Real Life Project
•Go through all the steps to designing a game from start to finish.You will be able to develop top class apps and think like a programmer

python network programming for network engineers python 3 Course Highlights

•Post training offline support available
•25+ projects for good Learning experience
•Doubt clarification in class and after class
•Immersive hands-on training on Python Programming
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
•Collaboration With 500+ Clients for Placements and Knowledge Sessions
•Live project based on any of the selected use cases, involving implementation of the concepts
•We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real time Experts

Who are eligible for Python and Networking

•c++, React.js, Java Fullstack, Core Java Data Structure, Java Micro-services, Devops, Microsoft Azure, Cloud Computing, Machine Learning, Automation Testing
•HPSM, HPAM, HP PPM, HPBSM, Python, SAP Apo, SAP APO DP, SAP APO SNP, Testing, HP DMA, SAP MM, Mainframe Developer, ETL Testing, JAVA Developer
•Java/J2EE, Springs, API, REST/, MySQL, Java, Admin UI developer with HTML/JavaScript/Ember.js, Java Enterprise Integration/ESB/API Management experts with Mule
•PHP, OpenCart Developer, Magento Developer, Html, Javascript, Jquery, Css, Photoshop, html, css, bootstrap, javascript, jquery, Business Development
•ux, ui, Python Developers, Qa Automation, sales, Ui Development, Ux Design, Software Development, Python, Qa Testing, Automation Testing

PYTHON NETWORK PROGRAMMING FOR NETWORK ENGINEERS PYTHON 3 Syllabus

Tips and Tricks
•Lab Setup
•Important – please read
•GNS 2.2 GUI Install
•GNS3 2.2 VM Install
•GNS3 IOS images
•CML (VIRL 2.0) Install
•EVE-NG Installation
•EVE-NG Cisco Images
•DevNet: Free CML
•Quick Start Guide to Network Automation
•Quick Start 1: GNS3 Lab Setup and IDEs
•Quick Start 2: Telnet Script creation
•Quick Start 3: Telnet Script Test
•Quick Start 4: Telnet to a switch and create VLANs
•Quick Start 5: Loops
•Quick Start 6: PEP8: Python Style Guide
•Quick Start 7: Configure switch VLANs using loops
•Quick start 8: Create a multiple switch network
•Quick Start 9: Open a file of switch IP addresess
•Quick Start 10: Configure multiple switch with a loop
•Quick Start 11: Loops within loops
•Quick Start 12: Backup Network Device Configurations
•Netmiko: Use SSH for Network Automation
•Netmiko : Introduction
•Netmiko : Enable SSH on switches in network
•Netmiko : Your first Netmiko SSH Script
•Netmiko : Script for multiple switches
•Netmiko : Run script and configure multiple devices
•Netmiko : File of multiple Cisco commands
•Netmiko : Program multiple switches with file of commands
•Netmiko Part 8: Script to program entire network
•Netmiko : Run script to program entire network
•NAPALM
•NAPALM Introduction (P75_12)
•NAPALM Python 3 versus 2.7
•Ubuntu versus Network Automation Container
•Install NAPALM (P68_13)
•NAPALM connect to switch 1 (P68_14)
•JSON and more commands (P68_16)
•Mac address table, ARP cache (P68_17)
•NAPALM and BGP
•Use NAPALM to retrieve BGP neighbor information: (P75_1)
•Use NAPALM to retrieve BGP neighbor information: (P75_2)
•Use NAPALM to retrieve BGP neighbor information: (P75_3)
•NAPALM: Multiple BGP neighbors (P75_4)
•NAPALM and bigger BGP Network (P75_5)
•NAPALM and bigger BGP network (P75_5b)
•Use NAPALM for device configuration audit and changes
•Use NAPALM to configure Access lists (P75_6)
•Check if ACL already exists and add if missing (P75_7)
•Use NAPALM for auditing device configs (P75_8)
•Use NAPALM to add multiple config files (P75_9)
•NAPALM: Multiple config files, multiple devices (P75_10)
•Iteration Examples: Netmiko scripts
•Netmiko Iteration: Script Overview
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 1): Basic Script
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 2): Open a file of commands
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 3): Configure multiple devices using a file of devices
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 4): Remove passwords from script
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 5): Except (Error) Handling
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 6): Determine device types and run specific device typ
•Netmiko Iteration (Script 7): Iterate device type script
•Netmiko Scaling
•: Encrypted Password File
•: Netmiko Sequential
•: Netmiko Multithreading
•: Netmiko Thread Pools
•Python Theory
•Theory topics – very short (P62_14_15)
•Keep learning (P61_26)
•2.7 and 3 setup (P61_27)
•2.7 and 3 examples (P61_28)
•Basic Hello World Scripts (P61_29_30)
•Python Theory: Objects, Variables and Data Types
•Python Objects (P61_1)
•Python Objects (P61_2)
•Python Variables (P61_3)
•Python Variables (P61_4_5)
•Python Variables (P61_6)
•Python Variables (P61_7_8)
•Data Types (P61_9)
•Data Type testing (P61_10)
•Python Theory: Numbers
•Numeric Types (P61_11)
•Int and Float (P61_12)
•Operators (P61_14)
•Operators (P61_15_16)
•Operators (P61_17_18)
•bin hex oct (P61_20)
•binary decimal octal number examples (P62_1)
•int calculation (P62_2)
•Floats (P62_3)
•Python Theory: Strings
•strings (P62_4)
•strings (GT 06-8-17 7_8)
•convert to a string using str() (P62_10)
•escape special character meaning with \ (P62_12)
•strings (P62_9)
•string concatenation with + (P62_13)
•multiplication operator * (P62_16)
•string offsets – extract characters with [] (P62_17)
•string slice _ slicing (P62_string)
•string slice _ slicing 2 (P62_1string)
•string slice _ slicing 3 (P62_2string)
•lower upper (P73_11)
•startswith endswith (P73_12)
•strip lstrip rstrip (P73_13)
•isdigit (P73_14)
•count (P73_15)
•Old Style text using % (P66_24)
•Strings: New way to do text using {} (P73_16)
•dir (P73_9)
•Get version information from a switch
•Get show version from switch (P65_14)
•Telnet and string offset (P65_16)
•Show version using len (P65_17)
•Split 1 (P65_18_21)
•Split 2 (P73_18)
•List and join (P73_17)
•List and len – use Interface example (P73_25)
•Index introduction(P66_1)
•Real switch get version using index and slice (P66_2_3)
•Python3 telnet to switch (P66_4)
•Count (P66_6)
•Use find to get information from a real switch (P66_10)
•Python3 Telnet versus Python2 – Find version of software (P66_11)
•find not found (P66_12)
•String methods – upper (P66_13)
•String methods – startswith and endswith (P66_14)
•String methods – strip (P66_15)
•String methods – split demo (P66_16)
•String methods – Join (P66_17_18)
•String methods – is it in string? (P66_19)
•String concatenation (P66_20)
•Capitalize, upper, lower, swap (P66_23)
•Python Theory: Comparisons
•Boolean comparisons
•Boolean Truth Table
•Boolean Truth Table Demo
•false conditions
•Python Theory: Lists
•Lists versus tuples
•lists
•create a list using split
•lists in lists
•lists versus tuples – documentation
•list merge and extendC
•List methods
•lists insert and delete
•list pop index and in
•reverse sort
•len copy list
•Python Theory: Tuples
•tuples
•Tuples and Sequences v2
•Python Theory: Code Structures
•Comments in Code (P72_2)
•Line Continuation (P72_3)
•Python Theory: if / else / elseif logic
•if logic
•physical router demonstration
•esleif
•Python Theory: While Loops
•while loop
•infinite while loop with break
•infinite while loop with continue
•while loop with a list
•while loop with else
•Python Theory: For Loops
•for loops
•for loop with dictionary
•for loop with if and lists
•Python Theory: Ranges
•Ranges 1
•Ranges 2
•Python Theory: Dictionaries
•Dictionary Theory (P70_17)
•Dictionary Demo (P70_18)
•Combine Dictionaries (P70_19)
•Dictionaries: Clear and check (P70_20)
•Dictionaries: Add values (P70_21)
•Python Theory: Functions
•Functions Intro
•Functions Intro
•Functions
•Functions – Netmiko and Router