netcf is a library and command line tool for configuring networking on Linux machines in a platform-independent way, using the platforms native configuration mechanisms. Supported are all the various ways in which physical interfaces, bridges, bonds, and VLANs can be combined. The configuration of a network connection is described in an XML format that emphasizes the logical relationship between the interfaces involved, e.g. a bridge connection describes the bridge interface itself and all the interfaces initially enslaved to it. Interoperability with existing network configuration tools is guaranteed since netcf relies only on native network configuration files, both for reading and writing them. Modifying network configuration with netcf has exactly the same effect as modifying the native configuration files directly, and netcf and other tools can be used interchangeably.
The ldNetManager.py tool gives you the ability to manage your network devices without having to purchase a product like Cisco's LMS or go through the planning phase of deploying a product like func. Such tools only have the ability to manage devices in their realm. Func supports Linux devices, and Cisco LMS supports only Cisco devices. This tool has one goal: to update your devices without deploying any software to your remote devices. All you need is either telnet or SSH access to your devices, and Python2.4 or better with Pexpect installed.
Siptrack is a project intended for automated, highly scriptable, and flexible device and IP address/network management. The siptrackd package includes the siptrack server, which is accessed via an XML-RPC interface. The other components of the siptrack system are siptrack and siptrackweb.
Siptrack is a project intended for automated, highly scriptable, and flexible device and IP address/network management. The siptrackweb package includes a Django Web application used to communicate with a siptrack server. The other components of the siptrack system are siptrack and siptrackd.
NTPmon is a Web-based monitor for (usually LAN-based) NTP servers. It provides a small number of health metrics that help to locate NTP configuration or operational trouble spots. It uses RRDtool as its storage and graphing engine, and provides a CGI script for viewing the results.