Ansible EXPLAINED for Network Engineers | DevNet | CCNA



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If you’re new to code, network automation, DevOps, or any of the other buzzwords in the networking space now, “Ansible” is going to be a big term for you to learn. Just wrapping your head around what it does is a huge concept, so this video will demonstrate just that. Watch more on CBTNuggets.com – the Cisco DevNet Associate course goes into much more detail on how Ansible works! We’ll demo configuring and maintaining Loopback interfaces on two different models of Cisco Nexus devices running in my VIRL environment.

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Léa LOPEZ

Léa LOPEZ

Léa LOPEZ, Telecom System Administrator, Ambala College of Engineering and Applied Research, Ambala (INDIA)

10 thoughts on “Ansible EXPLAINED for Network Engineers | DevNet | CCNA

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    September 30, 2020 at 12:16 pm
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    Hi Knox thanks for the video it is really helpfull to start understanding, I can wait to get the CBTuggets videos available both DevNet Associate and ENAUTO

    Not sure if I'm wrong all this is new to me but when you talk about the changing on the ip address on 6:48 and the setting of the ip address on the host you we actually pointing to 172.22.1.3 that was one of the setting ip address and the actual chance that was from 172.16.1.4 to 172.24.1.2 and was the last line on the Tasks?

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    September 30, 2020 at 12:16 pm
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    Good video, good explanation, but the music is a bit loud and makes it hard to hear you clearly. 🙂

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    September 30, 2020 at 12:16 pm
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    Cool as! I noticed you only interacted with the playbooks and config files to get things running. Is that all you need to do with Ansible or is that only scratching the surface?

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    September 30, 2020 at 12:16 pm
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    Excellent demonstration; I really liked the end where you underscored the CI/CD integration capabilities of Ansible..I feel like we get caught up in the glam of network automation when we see how quickly we can modify device configurations or gather information, but the whole automation aspect is really a paradigm shift for network engineers.. From this perspective, we begin to actually see the network as an application with a single source of truth, which is easy to maintain once you get the hang of Git or any other type of version control. Keep up the good work!!

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    September 30, 2020 at 12:16 pm
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    Hi Knox, Great video explaining ANSIBLE. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.

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