Easy to deploy Looking Glass made in PHP.
- Webserver such as Apache 2, or Lighttpd, etc…
- PHP (>= 7.0) module for the webserver (libapache2-mod-php for Apache 2 for example)
- The XML package is required as well (php7.0-xml on Debian for example)
This web application made in PHP is what we call a Looking Glass. This is a tool used to get some information about networks by giving the opportunity to execute some commands on routers. The output is sent back to the user.
For now this looking glass is quite simple. Here you have some features:
- Support the following router types:
- Cisco (IOS and IOS-XR)
- Extreme/Brocade NetIron
- Support of Telnet and SSH connection to routers using password authentication and SSH keys
- Configurable list of routers
- Tweakable interface (title, logo, footer, elements order)
- Log all commands in a file
- Customizable output with regular expressions
- Configurable list of allowed commands
And here is a list of what this looking glass should be able to do in the future:
- Support more routers
- Support of other types of authentication
Questions? Comments? Join us in the #looking-glass Slack channel on NetworkToCode.
Copy the configuration config.php.example file to create a config.php file. It contains all the values (PHP variables) used to customize the looking glass. Details about configuration options are available in the documentation.
If you want to run the looking glass inside a Docker container, a Dockerfile is provided in this repository. More details can be found here.
An up-to-date (hopefully) documentation is available in the docs/ directory. It gives enough details to setup the looking glass, to configure it and to prepare your routers.
You can also find it at Read the Docs.
Looking Glass is released under the terms of the GNU GPLv3. Please read the LICENSE file for more information.
If you have any bugs, errors, improvements, patches, ideas, you can contact me on my email address email@example.com. You are also welcome to fork and make some pull requests.
If you use this looking glass in your company, please drop me a mail. I would be glad to know that this project was helpful for you, and I will update our documentation to include your company inside the list of users if you want me to.
You can help this project in many ways. Of course you can ask for features, give some ideas for future development, open issues if you found any and contribute to the code with pull requests and patches.
You can also support the development of this project by donating some coins, take a look at the badges above.