This service is used to acknowledging/resolving device fingerprint values and to help with Syslog events.
This service is used to acknowledging/resolving device fingerprint values.
Device configuration

The Device Management Service provides information on devices. The service allows users to discover new devices and view devices configurations. The Device Management Service can be used to remove a device entry from the database or to send multiple RPC commands to a device. The service can also be used to fetch change requests, synchronize or import configuration of a device, or other tasks.

A list of REST URIs is provided in the Resources section to perform various operations.





Service Root

/api/space/device-management

Methods and Collections

method /acknowledge-device-fingerprint
/discover-devices
method /stop-syslog-events
/devices
/get-syslog-events
/stop-syslog-events
/change-device-credentials
/acknowledge-device-fingerprint

REST Resources

The following APIs support asynchronous method calls. You can use an optional queue parameter, but the queue must have been created previously. For further details, see the following:

  • /acknowledge-device-fingerprint POST

  • /change-device-credentials POST

  • /change-device-credentials POST

  • /devices/{device-id}/activate-modeled-device POST

  • /devices/{device-id}/activate-modeled-device POST

  • /devices/{device-id}/apply-cli-configlet POST

  • /devices/{device-id}/clone POST

  • /devices/{device-id}/validate-cli-configlet POST

  • /devices/{id} DELETE

  • /devices/{id}/exec-resync POST

  • /devices/{id}/exec-rpc POST

  • /devices/{id}/modify-device-target-ip POST

  • /discover-devices POST

  • /discover-devices POST

  • /get-syslog-events POST


  • For receiving asynchronous responses on a queue URL, see the following links:

  • Asynchronous API Usage.


  • For more information about job scheduling, see the following links:

  • Job Scheduling.