Saturday, June 30, 2018

Ansible REST API - Interacting with Cisco FirePower Management Center (FMC) - 02 - Flow Charts of the scripts

This post belongs to my "Ansible REST API - Interacting with Cisco FMC" series. The following is the table of content of this series: 

  1. Introduction and Ansible playbook download
  2. Script flow charts
  3. Introduction of REST API and Cisco FMC API Explorer
  4. Script prerequisites
  5. Request Access Token 
  6. Get policy content, modify content and "PUT' in FMC - Part 1
  7. Get policy content, modify content and "PUT' in FMC - Part 2 
  8. Get deployable devices and deploy policy
First, let me show you how the work flows look like with the scripts:

Here is the flow chart which shows how to disable the specified policy rule:

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And the following is the flow chart which shows how to enable the specified policy rule. You can see they are pretty much the same as the above script:
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In the next post, I will talk about the "REST API basic and the Cisco FMC API Explorer". 

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