networktocode.nautobot.power_outlet_template module – Create, update or delete power outlet templates within Nautobot

Note

This module is part of the networktocode.nautobot collection (version 3.4.0).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install networktocode.nautobot.

To use it in a playbook, specify: networktocode.nautobot.power_outlet_template.

New in version 1.0.0: of networktocode.nautobot

Synopsis

  • Creates, updates or removes power outlet templates from Nautobot

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • pynautobot

Parameters

Parameter

Comments

device_type

raw / required

added in 3.0.0 of networktocode.nautobot

The device type the power outlet is attached to

feed_leg

string

added in 3.0.0 of networktocode.nautobot

The phase, in case of three-phase feed

Choices:

  • A

  • B

  • C

name

string / required

added in 3.0.0 of networktocode.nautobot

The name of the power outlet

power_port_template

raw

added in 3.0.0 of networktocode.nautobot

The attached power port

query_params

list / elements=string

added in 3.0.0 of networktocode.nautobot

This can be used to override the specified values in ALLOWED_QUERY_PARAMS that is defined

in plugins/module_utils/utils.py and provides control to users on what may make

an object unique in their environment.

state

string

Use present or absent for adding or removing.

Choices:

  • absent

  • present ← (default)

token

string / required

The token created within Nautobot to authorize API access

type

string

added in 3.0.0 of networktocode.nautobot

The type of the power outlet

Choices:

  • iec-60320-c5

  • iec-60320-c7

  • iec-60320-c13

  • iec-60320-c15

  • iec-60320-c19

  • iec-60309-p-n-e-4h

  • iec-60309-p-n-e-6h

  • iec-60309-p-n-e-9h

  • iec-60309-2p-e-4h

  • iec-60309-2p-e-6h

  • iec-60309-2p-e-9h

  • iec-60309-3p-e-4h

  • iec-60309-3p-e-6h

  • iec-60309-3p-e-9h

  • iec-60309-3p-n-e-4h

  • iec-60309-3p-n-e-6h

  • iec-60309-3p-n-e-9h

  • nema-5-15r

  • nema-5-20r

  • nema-5-30r

  • nema-5-50r

  • nema-6-15r

  • nema-6-20r

  • nema-6-30r

  • nema-6-50r

  • nema-l5-15r

  • nema-l5-20r

  • nema-l5-30r

  • nema-l5-50r

  • nema-l6-20r

  • nema-l6-30r

  • nema-l6-50r

  • nema-l14-20r

  • nema-l14-30r

  • nema-l21-20r

  • nema-l21-30r

  • CS6360C

  • CS6364C

  • CS8164C

  • CS8264C

  • CS8364C

  • CS8464C

  • ita-e

  • ita-f

  • ita-g

  • ita-h

  • ita-i

  • ita-j

  • ita-k

  • ita-l

  • ita-m

  • ita-n

  • ita-o

  • hdot-cx

url

string / required

URL of the Nautobot instance resolvable by Ansible control host

validate_certs

raw

If no, SSL certificates will not be validated. This should only be used on personally controlled sites using self-signed certificates.

Default: “yes”

Notes

Note

  • Tags should be defined as a YAML list

  • This should be ran with connection local and hosts localhost

Examples

- name: "Test Nautobot modules"
  connection: local
  hosts: localhost
  gather_facts: False

  tasks:
    - name: Create power port within Nautobot with only required information
      networktocode.nautobot.power_outlet_template:
        url: http://nautobot.local
        token: thisIsMyToken
        name: Test Power Outlet
        device_type: Test Device Type
        state: present

    - name: Update power port with other fields
      networktocode.nautobot.power_outlet_template:
        url: http://nautobot.local
        token: thisIsMyToken
        name: Test Power Outlet
        device_type: Test Device Type
        type: iec-60320-c6
        power_port: Test Power Port
        feed_leg: A
        state: present

    - name: Delete power port within nautobot
      networktocode.nautobot.power_outlet_template:
        url: http://nautobot.local
        token: thisIsMyToken
        name: Test Power Outlet
        device_type: Test Device Type
        state: absent

Return Values

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

Key

Description

msg

string

Message indicating failure or info about what has been achieved

Returned: always

power_outlet_template

dictionary

Serialized object as created or already existent within Nautobot

Returned: success (when state=present)

Authors

  • Tobias Groß (@toerb)