Documentation for PythonAPI
17.2.0py1

example

#!/usr/bin/env python

"""
Script to import subscribers  to the PacketLogic ruleset. The input
should be a commaseparated file with two fields: "ip, netobject name". 
No rules will be created. For a script that takes care of the complete
ruleset, see ruleset_csv_import.py.

Example:

If the input file contains:

10.0.10.20,Customer 12345
10.0.10.25,Customer 23456
10.0.10.28,Customer 34567

Three netobjects will be created:
  "Customer 12345" with 10.0.10.20 as item
  "Customer 23456" with 10.0.10.25 as item
  "Customer 34567" with 10.0.10.28 as item
"""

__version__ = "1.1 2008-11-14 Procera Networks"

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import sys
import packetlogic2

# Handle arguments
try:
    [host, user, pwd, prefix, filename] = sys.argv[1:]
except ValueError:
    print "Usage: %s plhost pluser plpass prefix csvfile" % sys.argv[0]
    print "Example: %s 192.168.1.25 admin pldemo00 /Users/ users.txt" % sys.argv[0]
    sys.exit(1)

# Connect to PacketLogic
try:
    pl = packetlogic2.connect(host, user, pwd)
    r = pl.Ruleset()
except:
    t, v, tb = sys.exc_info()
    print "Couldn't connect to PacketLogic: %s" % v
    sys.exit(1)

# Make sure we get sane path
if prefix[0] != '/':
    prefix = '/' + prefix
if prefix[-1] != '/':
    prefix = prefix + '/'

# Make sure the parent object exists
if prefix != '/':
    no = r.object_get("/NetObjects%s" % prefix[:-1])
    if not no:
        r.object_add("/NetObjects%s" % prefix[:-1])


# Open file
if filename == "-":
    f = sys.stdin
else:
    try:
        f = file(filename)
    except:
        t, v, tb = sys.exc_info()
        print "Couldn't open file: %s" % v
        sys.exit(1)

for lineno, line in enumerate(f):
    lineno += 1
    line = line.rstrip()
    try:
        [ip, name] = line.split(",", 1)
    except:
        print "Couldn't parse line %d, ignoring" % lineno
        continue

    name = name.decode("utf-8")

    # check if there already is a netobject
    no = r.object_get("/NetObjects%s%s" % (prefix, name.encode("utf-8")))
    if not no:
        # otherwise create it
        r.object_add("/NetObjects%s%s" % (prefix, name.encode("utf-8")))
        no = r.object_get("/NetObjects%s%s" % (prefix, name.encode("utf-8")))

    # add ip to netobject unless it already is in there
    if ip not in no.items:
        no.add(ip)

r.commit()