Documentation

ftd_configuration – Manages configuration on Cisco FTD devices over REST API

New in version 2.7.

Synopsis

  • Manages configuration on Cisco FTD devices including creating, updating, removing configuration objects, scheduling and staring jobs, deploying pending changes, etc. All operation are performed over REST API.

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
data
dictionary
Key-value pairs that should be sent as body parameters in a REST API call
filters
dictionary
Key-value dict that represents equality filters. Every key is a property name and value is its desired value. If multiple filters are present, they are combined with logical operator AND.
operation
string / required
The name of the operation to execute. Commonly, the operation starts with 'add', 'edit', 'get', 'upsert' or 'delete' verbs, but can have an arbitrary name too.
path_params
dictionary
Key-value pairs that should be sent as path parameters in a REST API call.
query_params
dictionary
Key-value pairs that should be sent as query parameters in a REST API call.
register_as
string
Specifies Ansible fact name that is used to register received response from the FTD device.

Examples

- name: Create a network object
  ftd_configuration:
    operation: "addNetworkObject"
    data:
      name: "Ansible-network-host"
      description: "From Ansible with love"
      subType: "HOST"
      value: "192.168.2.0"
      dnsResolution: "IPV4_AND_IPV6"
      type: "networkobject"
      isSystemDefined: false
    register_as: "hostNetwork"

- name: Delete the network object
  ftd_configuration:
    operation: "deleteNetworkObject"
    path_params:
      objId: "{{ hostNetwork['id'] }}"

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key Returned Description
response
dictionary
success
HTTP response returned from the API call.



Status

Red Hat Support

More information about Red Hat’s support of this module is available from this Red Hat Knowledge Base article.

Authors

  • Cisco Systems, Inc.

Hint

If you notice any issues in this documentation you can edit this document to improve it.