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CatTools Device class

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Caroline Juszczak on Jun 28, 2016

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The Device class encapsulates a CatTools device.

 

The following Properties are available :

 

Properties

 

AAAPassword

Password: The password to use if your device requires a username/password login.

 

AAAPasswordPrompt

Prompt: What does the password part of a username/password request look like from your device.

 

AAAUsername

Password: The username to use if your device requires a username/password login.

 

AAAUserPrompt

Prompt: What does the username request look like from your device.

 

ActivitySpecific1

Info: Not used

 

ActivitySpecific2

Info: Not used

 

Address1

Contact: Location of the device.

 

Address2

Contact: Location of the device.

 

Address3

Contact: Location of the device.

 

AlertEmail

Contact: Who to notify by e-mail of any alarms or alerts for this device.

 

AssetTag

Info: Asset tag information.

 

ConnectionMethod

Device: The method to use when connecting to this device. eg Telnet or SSH2.

 

ConnectVia

Device: The Name of the device to connect via.

 

ConnectViaID

Device: The ID of the device to connect via. -1 indicates a direct connection.

 

ConsolePassword

Password: The console (com port connection) password.

 

ConsolePrompt

Custom prompt. What does the console password request look like from your device.

 

ContactEmail

Contact: How to contact the person responsibile for this device.

 

ContactName

Contact: The name of the person responsible for this device.

 

ContactOther

Contact: Any additional contact information.

 

ContactPhone

Contact: How to contact the person responsibile for this device.

 

EnablePassword

Password: The password to get into enable mode.

 

EnablePrompt

Prompt: What does the enable password request look like from your device.

 

EnableUsesAAA

Password: Does entering enable mode require username/password validation?

 

FileName

Device: The base file name for the device.

 

Group

Device: The name of the Group the device belongs to. eg "Default"

 

GroupID

Device: The id corresponding to the Group field. -1 indicates a new Group is to be created.

 

HostAddress

Device: The IP address or host address for this device.

 

ID

Device: The id that identifies this device in the database.

 

Identification

Info: Identification info for this device.

 

LoginUsesAAA

Does connecting to the device require username/password validation?

 

Model

Device: A value describing the model of the device.

 

Name

Device: A unique name that describes this device.

 

Port

Device: The port to use when connecting to this device.

 

PrivilageLevel

Password: Sets the enable mode privilage level.

 

RequireVTYLogin

Password: Does connecting to the device require password only validation?

 

SerialNumber

Info: The serial number for the device.

 

SerialOther

Info: Any other serial number information.

 

SNMPRead

Password: SNMP Read community name.

 

SNMPWrite

Password: SNMP Write community name.

 

SSHPassword

Password: The SSH password required for SSH connections to this device.

 

SSHUsername

Password: The SSH username required for SSH connections to this device.

 

TypeID

Device: The id of the device-type eg 10

 

TypeOfDevice

Device: The name of the device-type eg "Cisco.Router.General"

 

VTYPassword

Password: The password to use if your device verifies using a password only to log in.

 

VTYPrompt

Prompt: What does a password request look like from your device.

     
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07:23, 28 Jun 2016

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