Python Networking Made Easy

In this video, David Bombal explains how you can quickly program Cisco devices using Python.

David Bombal

May 23, 2017

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In this first video in a series on Python programming for networking pros, David Bombal demonstrates how you can easily program a Cisco network with Python using GNS3. Learning how to program a network doesn’t have to be complicated, he explains. Bombal programs a Cisco virtual router using Python on a Docker container.

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David Bombal

Author and instructorDavid Bombal is an author and instructor at GNS3 and O'Reilly Media. He creates worldwide instructor-led and self-paced video training on new and emerging technologies such as SDN. He's involved in multiple SDN and OpenFlow projects which include both open source as well as commercial SDN controllers. His YouTube channel has more than 1 million views. Bombal holds numerous certifications, including CCIE #11023 (Emeritus). He's designed, implemented and managed networks ranging from single sites to those that span 50 countries.

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