The main tool is a configuration parser. Instead of using Notepad or other text editors, it's purpose-built for networking.
There's also an access-list evalulator to test packets against access-lists.
Just start typing and it goes right to work.
Your configuration workspace is saved to your device—not to a cloud service. You stay in control of your data and your passwords.
It supports configurations from Cisco IOS/IOS XE devices, for common features, especially those used in enterprise/corporate networks.
Tell me what you're looking for. Or, if you're willing to write code, go to the repository and submit a pull request.
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