When I was still at university the fourth-generation programming languages were all the hype, prompting us to make jokes along the lines “fifth generation will implement do what I don’t know how”
NetComplete automatically autocompletes configurations for routers running multiple interacting protocols, including policy-based protocols (BGP) and shortest-path protocols (OSPF), and it also supports static routes. NetComplete takes as input configurations with “holes” that identify the parameters to be completed and “autocompletes” these with concrete values.
Sounds like magic? Laurent shared some of the implementation details in Episode 103 of Software Gone Wild, and you’ll find even more information on their web site. Want to figure out how it all works? Download the tool and start exploring.