Platform Options

Some Ansible Network platforms support multiple connection types, privilege escalation (enable mode), or other options. The pages in this section offer standardized guides to understanding available options on each network platform. We welcome contributions from community-maintained platforms to this section.

Platform Options

Settings by Platform

ansible_connection: settings available

Network OS

ansible_network_os:

network_cli

netconf

httpapi

local

Arista EOS [†]

arista.eos.eos

Ciena SAOS6

ciena.saos6.saos6

Cisco ASA [†]

cisco.asa.asa

Cisco IOS [†]

cisco.ios.ios

Cisco IOS XR [†]

cisco.iosxr.iosxr

Cisco NX-OS [†]

cisco.nxos.nxos

Cloudengine OS

community.network.ce

Dell OS6

dellemc.os6.os6

Dell OS9

dellemc.os9.os9

Dell OS10

dellemc.os10.os10

Ericsson ECCLI

community.network.eric_eccli

Extreme EXOS

community.network.exos

Extreme IronWare

community.network.ironware

Extreme NOS

community.network.nos

Extreme SLX-OS

community.network.slxos

Extreme VOSS

community.network.voss

F5 BIG-IP

F5 BIG-IQ

Junos OS [†]

junipernetworks.junos.junos

Lenovo CNOS

community.network.cnos

Lenovo ENOS

community.network.enos

Meraki

MikroTik RouterOS

community.network.routeros

Nokia SR OS

Pluribus Netvisor

community.network.netvisor

Ruckus ICX

community.network.icx

VyOS [†]

vyos.vyos.vyos

OS that supports Netconf [†]

<network-os>

[†] Maintained by Ansible Network Team