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Model Your Network as a Graph not a Set of Boxes

Last week I explained how you could take a typical first attempt at a network automation data model and reduce the amount of duplicate data… but the data model we used was still describing a set of seemingly disconnected boxes.

How about restructuring the whole thing and describing what networks really are - graphs made of nodes (network devices) and links?

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  1. Really an excellent series. I'm very curious how that series will continue. Keep up the good work. What I don't understand is why do you have an if statement for 'Vlan' in the BGP configuration template (stub interfaces) in one case but not in the other?

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    1. Copy-paste error (the source code on GitHub is correct). Fixed. Thanks a million for pointing this out!

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