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Update Device Switch Port - Python API 1.5.0 - only get HTTP response not OK.

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Update Device Switch Port - Python API 1.5.0 - only get HTTP response not OK.

I'm trying to update device switch ports via the Python API, but it doesn't work. So I tried the code snippet from the docs page and filled all fields with values. But I only get the Response "HTTP response not OK".

 

Here the Python code I copied from the Meraki Developer Hub.

Does anybody have an idea, what's the problem?

 

from meraki_sdk.meraki_sdk_client import MerakiSdkClient
from meraki_sdk.models.update_device_switch_port_model import UpdateDeviceSwitchPortModel
from meraki_sdk.models.udld_enum import UdldEnum
from meraki_sdk.exceptions.api_exception import APIException

x_cisco_meraki_api_key = '------ API KEY ------'

client = MerakiSdkClient(x_cisco_meraki_api_key)

switch_ports_controller = client.switch_ports
collect = {}
serial = 'Q2GW-4ZDP-xxxx'
collect['serial'] = serial

number = '20'
collect['number'] = number

update_device_switch_port = UpdateDeviceSwitchPortModel()
update_device_switch_port.name = 'Test Port'
update_device_switch_port.tags = 'test'
update_device_switch_port.enabled = True
update_device_switch_port.mtype = 'access'
update_device_switch_port.vlan = 221
update_device_switch_port.voice_vlan = 21
update_device_switch_port.allowed_vlans = 'all'
update_device_switch_port.poe_enabled = True
update_device_switch_port.isolation_enabled = False
update_device_switch_port.rstp_enabled = True
update_device_switch_port.stp_guard = 'disabled'
update_device_switch_port.access_policy_number = 1234
update_device_switch_port.link_negotiation = 'Auto negotiate'
update_device_switch_port.port_schedule_id = '1234'
update_device_switch_port.udld = UdldEnum.ENUM_ALERT_ONLY
update_device_switch_port.mac_whitelist = ['34:56:fe:ce:8e:a0']
update_device_switch_port.sticky_mac_whitelist = ['34:56:fe:ce:8e:b1']
update_device_switch_port.sticky_mac_whitelist_limit = 5
update_device_switch_port.storm_control_enabled = True
collect['update_device_switch_port'] = update_device_switch_port

try:
result = switch_ports_controller.update_device_switch_port(collect)
except APIException as e:
print(e)

 

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Re: Update Device Switch Port - Python API 1.5.0 - only get HTTP response not OK.

Try getting the switch port status and then dumping the fields.  Compare them to the format you are using.  Sometimes things are formatted different to how you expect.

I can't remember weather the API is case sensitive, so compare "Any" and "any" differences.

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Re: Update Device Switch Port - Python API 1.5.0 - only get HTTP response not OK.

Agree with Phillip.  Looks like you have a few non true/false statements that aren't set as a string/list/etc.  Specifically your vlan and voice vlan.

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Re: Update Device Switch Port - Python API 1.5.0 - only get HTTP response not OK.

That's what I though too, so then I just copied the code snippets from the Meraki developer page and adjusted the values of clan and voice clan, added my API key and put it to run. I hoped the samples are tested by the developers.

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api/#/python/api-endpoints/switch-ports/update-device-switch-port

I also read the switch port via "get_get_device_switch_port()" using the same collect dictionary, that's working fine.

 

I have inserted in the get- and update-function a print. Then I'll try the REST-API call and will compare this all.

 

Thank you 

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Re: Update Device Switch Port - Python API 1.5.0 - only get HTTP response not OK.

That's what I thought to. So I prepared the code via the sample on the Meraki developer page https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api/#/python/api-endpoints/switch-ports/update-device-switch-port

added my api-key and run it, same error occurred.

 

I will now analyze it a bit deeper, as I've answered Philip.

 

Thank you.

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