NMSTOOLS: Network Management System Helper Tools

Stanislav Sinyagin

AIS&S AG

Contributed MPLS reports and some other scripts: Michel Hahne

Cablecom GmbH

See SourceForge Project Information

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Requirements
Installation
Installation Steps
Installation in Details
Apache HTTPD Setup
Documentation
Cablecom GmbH Specifics
Installation directories
Cron job
HTTP access
Tools reference

Introduction

These are the tools developed for various network management tasks in a carrier evnironment. They are designed to work with various Cisco IOS devices, including ATM switches (LS1010, MSR8540), MPLS and legacy routers.

In short, the functionality of the tools includes: device inventory listings; ATM: PNNI topology reports, complete VCC reference, VCC status report, VCC tracking tool; MPLS: TDP/LDP/IS-IS topology reports, VRF inventory reports; Cisco72XX bandwidth points analysis.

Requirements

  1. Unix-like operating system or operating environment (tools were developed and tested under Cygwin, the set of libraries and utilities representing UNIX environment on a Windows machine).

  2. Perl standard installation. The package was tested with Version 5.6.1. If not /usr/bin/perl, the Perl binary location must be specified in Makefile.

  3. Perl modules from CPAN:

    Expect.pm
    Expect for Perl. It is a generic tool for talking to processes that normally require user interaction.
    IO::Stty
    Required by Expect.pm
    IO::Tty
    Required by Expect.pm. The version 0.05 now works under Cygwin/Windows.
    XML::LibXML
    Required if you use lib/xmlparse-nmstools.pl library.

  4. XSLT Processor. Some tools produce XML output, and there are few XSL templates for translating this output into HTML or CSV (Comma-separated Values) format.

    By the moment, the tools were tested with the XSLT processor developed in GNOME project. The source distribution can be downloaded from ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/stable/latest/sources/. Required packages are:

    libxml2: generic libraries for XML processing (tested with Version 2.4.11)
    libxslt: XSLT processor, by default is installed as /usr/local/bin/xsltproc (tested with Version 1.0.8)

  5. DocBook XML DTD. This documentation is written in DocBook XML format. The complete reference of this format can be found at http://docbook.org/tdg/en/html/docbook.html. The DTD files are used for XML translation. Version 4.1.2 is available at the DocBook home site: http://www.docbook.org/xml/4.1.2/docbkx412.zip We assume that the templates are installed in /usr/local/lib/docbook-xml-dtd. You need this only if you are going to make changes to the documentation.

  6. DocBook XSL templates. The templates are used for translation of the DocBook files into HTML. The distribution of the templates is available at http://docbook.sourceforge.net/projects/xsl/. We assume that the templates are installed in /usr/local/lib/docbook-xsl. You need this also only if you are going to make changes to the documentation.

Installation

Installation Steps

  1. Unpack the archive in your directory

  2. Run make install. If needed, the following makefile variables can be overriden:

    INSTALL_DIR=/usr/local/nmstools
    DATA_DIR=/var/nmstools
    HTML_DIR=/var/nmstools/htdocs
    PERL=/usr/bin/perl

    Futher in this manual, $NMSTOOLS_HOME means the directory path specified as INSTALL_DIR. Also $NMSTOOLS_DATA means the path specified as DATA_DIR. These and other variables are defined and exported in $NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/envvars.sh.

  3. Edit $NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf. Configuration options are:

    DEVLOGIN=login
    Username for telnet access
    DEVPASSWD=password
    Password for telnet access
    DEVENPASSWD=enable password
    Enable password. Not needed if the same as login password
    DEVNOTACACS=backuplogin
    Backup login in case if TACACS server is unreacheable
    DEVNOTACACSPW=password
    Backup password
    DEVNOTACACSEPW=enable password
    Backup enable password. Not needed if the same as login password
    DEVDOMAINNAME=domain
    All IOS devices should have a DNS entry, so that hostname.domain would give a fully-qualified device name.

  4. On the next run of make install, the contents of $NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/ are not overwritten, thus all local settings are preserved.

Installation in Details

After copying the distribution files into the installation directory, Makefile replaces special template entries of the form %%VARIABLE%% with the values derived from installation options:
TemplateReplaced withDefault valueDescription
%%NMSTOOLS_HOME%%$(INSTALL_DIR)/usr/local/nmstoolsInstallation Directory for NMS Tools
%%NMSTOOLS_DATA%%$(DATA_DIR)/var/nmstoolsData produced by the tools
%%NMSTOOLS_HTML%%$(DATA_DIR)/htdocs/var/nmstools/htdocsHTML and other web-accessed files generated
%%PERL%%$(PERL)/usr/bin/perlPerl executable location

Apache HTTPD Setup

The file $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/httpd.conf needs to be included into HTTPD confoguration, as follows:

# Include NMSTOOLS definitions
Include /usr/local/nmstools/lib/httpd.conf

The contents of $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/httpd.conf define the aliases and the ability to see the contents of the directories, as follows:


Alias /nmstools "%%NMSTOOLS_HTML%%"
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/nmstools "%%NMSTOOLS_HOME%%/cgi-bin"

<Directory "%%NMSTOOLS_HTML%%">
    Options Indexes
    AllowOverride None
</Directory>

Documentation

This very documentation is written in accordance to DocBook XML standard. Docbook sources are located in doc/docbook directory.

DocBook XSL Stylesheets are used for transforming the DocBook sources into HTML. The Makefile in doc/ directory creates HTML files in doc/html/, in two forms: a single file called nmstools-singlefile.html, and a set of chunked HTML files, one per section, starting with index.html. At the moment of writing, two versions of XSL stylesheets are tested: 1.47-exp and 1.45.

In the main distribution directory, make install puts all HTML documentation files into $NMSTOOLS_HTML/doc directory.

Cablecom GmbH Specifics

Installation directories

The directories on a Cablecom server are set to these values:

INSTALL_DIR=/usr/local/nmstools
DATA_DIR=/usr/local/nmstools/var
HTML_DIR=/usr/local/nmstools/htdocs
PERL=/usr/local/bin/perl

The script called install-cablecom.sh executes make install with the parameters above.

Cron job

Every morning at 6:00 AM Cron executes the Shell script /usr/local/nmstools/bin/cronjob-daily.sh. It collects and processes all the data needed from Cablecom devices.

HTTP access

In Cablecom internal network, the network management server is called hsrvpnsc1.cablecom.net [62.2.22.188]. The access is allowed over HTTPS only, with local user authentication. User management script is accessed by the URL https://hsrvpnsc1.cablecom.net/cgi-bin/user_manage.

NMSTOOLS data is visible by the following URLs:

https://hsrvpnsc1.cablecom.net/nmstools/
Start page
https://hsrvpnsc1.cablecom.net/nmstools/atm/
All data produced by ATM tools
https://hsrvpnsc1.cablecom.net/nmstools/doc/
Start page for NMSTOOLS documentation, chunked by sections
https://hsrvpnsc1.cablecom.net/nmstools/doc/nmstools-singlefile.html
NMSTOOLS documentation, as single HTML file

Tools reference

Table of Contents

atm_collectrunning.pl - retrieve running status from all devices
atm_getpnnitopo.pl - retrieve and process ATM PNNI topology information
atm_nniifdescr.pl - Configure interface descriptions on NNI neighbours
atm_track.pl - track one or many ATM VC/VP connections, with short XML report
atm_trackvc.pl, atm_trackvp.pl, trackbatch.pl - track single ATM VC/VP, with detailed report
atm_vcref.pl - build complete VC reference for ATM network
atm_vcstatus.pl - Check the running status of all VCs
c7200-bwpt.pl - Analyze the Cisco 7200 chassis for bandwidth points compliance
ios_devlist.pl - Generate simple list of all devices
ios_showtech.pl - Generate "show tech" report for a number of devices
lib_nmstools - Library for NMSTOOLS common functions
mpls_collectrunning.pl - retrieve running status from all devices
mpls_getisistopo.pl - retrieve and process MPLS ISIS topology information
mpls_vrfinventory.pl - build complete vrf reference for MPLS network
mpls_tdptopo.pl - Process MPLS TDP topology information
mpls_track.pl - track MPLS label switching path, with HTMl report
runiosbatch.pl - Run Cisco IOS commands from a batch file
runioscmd.pl - Run Cisco IOS commands
XSL Templates - templates for XML conversion

Name

atm_collectrunning.pl — retrieve running status from all devices

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_collectrunning.pl

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodelist

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/configs/devicename
show atm pnni topology command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/atmaddr/devicename
show atm address command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/chassis/devicename
show version and show hardware command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/diag/devicename
show diag power-on command output log

Description

The program logs into each device listed in $NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodelist, and saves the output of various show commands into the corresponding directories.


Name

atm_getpnnitopo.pl — retrieve and process ATM PNNI topology information

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_getpnnitopo.pl

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/atm_collectrunning.conf
PNNISEEDNODE=devicename
ATM switch where show atm pnni topology is to be executed

Files Used

none

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodelist
List of all device names in ATM PNNI topology. Plain text values, one per line

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/pnnitopo.xml
ATM PNNI topology details

Description

The program logs into the device specified in PNNISEEDNODE, and processes the output of show atm pnni topology command.


Name

atm_nniifdescr.pl — Configure interface descriptions on NNI neighbours

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_nniifdescr.pl [--nodelist nodelistfile]

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodelist

Files Created

none

Description

The program logs into each device specified in the list file, and configures interface descriptions on all NNI interfaces, as Link to Node Interface.


Name

atm_track.pl — track one or many ATM VC/VP connections, with short XML report

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_track.pl {device name}
[--out outfile] [--vc interface_vpi_vci] [--vc interface_vpi]
[--vp interface_vpi] [--vp interface]
[--all]

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

none

Files Created

trackresults.xml or the one specified with --out option. Contains per-hop trace information for all connections queried. Use $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/atmtrack-html.xsl for translation into HTML.

Description

The program tracks the specified connections hop-by-hop, with minimal report output. If --all option is not specified, tracks soft connections only.


Name

atm_trackvc.pl, atm_trackvp.pl, trackbatch.pl — track single ATM VC/VP, with detailed report

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_trackvc.pl {device name} {interface} {vpi} {vci} {outfile}

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_trackvp.pl {device name} {interface} {vpi} {outfile}

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/trackbatch.pl {command file}

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

atm_trackvc.pl:
none
atm_trackvp.pl:
none
trackbatch.pl:
command file, a text file with track instructions, one per line:
atmvc {device name} {interface} {vpi} {vci}
atmvp {device name} {interface} {vpi}

Files Created

atm_trackvc.pl, atm_trackvp.pl:
outfile, the HTML-formatted track report.

trackbatch.pl:
In the current directory, the HTML track reports are created for each track instruction, with filenames composed from device name, interface vpi and vci.

Description

The programs track the specified connection hop-by-hop, with detailed report HTML output.


Name

atm_vcref.pl — build complete VC reference for ATM network

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_vcref.pl

Configuration

None

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/configs/*
$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/atmaddr/*

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodes.xml
Nodes and interfaces reference

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/connections.xml
All configured connections reference

Description

The program processes files created by atm_collectrunning.pl, and presents the data in XML files ready for further processing.


Name

atm_vcstatus.pl — Check the running status of all VCs

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_vcstatus.pl

Configuration

None

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodes.xml
$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/connections.xml

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/vcstatus.xml
VC status report

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/vcstatus-counters.xml
VC traffic counters

Description

The program performs telnet connection to all ATM switches and checks the status of every VC listed in connections.xml. The VC is considered IDLE if there's no traffic in or out since last running of atm_vcstatus.pl.


Name

c7200-bwpt.pl — Analyze the Cisco 7200 chassis for bandwidth points compliance

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/c7200-bwpt.pl {--base dirname | --telnet} {--nodelist filename | --node hostname} [--out outfile] [--verbose]

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/c7200-pa-bwpt.csv
Cisco modules information

Files Created

c7200-bwpt.html or the one specified with --out option. Contains bandwidth points report for each router.

Description

The program analyses "show diag" output of specified Cisco 7200 routers and calculates the bandwidth poits according to Cisco recomendations.

Depending on the options given, the program either performs telnet connections, or reads the "show diag" reports from the specified directory tree (specify either --telnet or --base option). The program analyses either one (specified with --node), or several devices (hostnames read from the file given with --nodelist option).


Name

ios_devlist.pl — Generate simple list of all devices

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/ios_devlist.pl {--base dirname} | {--nodes filename --chassis dirname --configs dirname --out outfile} [--noconfigs]

Configuration

none

Files Used

Contents of chassis and configs directories
"show version" and "show running" output logs

Files Created

devicelist.xml in the base directory. Use $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/ios_devlist-csv.xsl or $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/ios_devlist-html.xsl for translation into CSV or HTML.

Description

The program analyses the output of "show ver" and "show running" and builds the list of devices, including the device name, chassis platform, IOS version, and Loopback0 IP address.


Name

ios_showtech.pl — Generate "show tech" report for a number of devices

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/ios_showtech.pl {nodelist} [--dir outdir]

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

none

Files Created

Log files in a given directory, with names the same as the node names.

Description

The program performs telnet connection to the given list of devices, and saves the logs in the specified directory or in the current directory.


Name

lib_nmstools — Library for NMSTOOLS common functions

Synopsis

require '%%NMSTOOLS_HOME%%/lib/lib_nmstools.pl';

nms_readconfig( "devlogin" );

my $nodelist = $nms_config{'env'}{'DATA'} . '/atm/nodelist';
$hostname .= '.' . $nms_config{'devlogin'}{'DEVDOMAINNAME'};

nms_enumnodes( $nodelistfile, \&callback );

my $telnet = nms_opentelnet( $hostname );
	
if( $telnet )
{
    print $telnet "show version\r";
    print $telnet "exit\r";
    $telnet->close();
}
else
{
    print STDERR "Cannot connect to $hostname";
}

my $namestring = nms_interfaceref( $hostname, $interface );

Description

These library routines are used for establishing the telnet connections to the network devices.

%nms_config

Configuration options initialized by nms_readconfig(). It's a two-dimensional hash array, with the first hash pointing to the configuration filename, and the second hash referencing the configuration options. Also the NMSTOOLS environment variables are initialized into the array as follows:

$nms_config{'env'}{'HOME'}
$nms_config{'env'}{'DATA'}
$nms_config{'env'}{'HTML'}

nms_readconfig( $configname );
Accesses the file named $NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/configname.conf and reads the configuration lines of form OPTION = VALUE, one per line. The results are put into the hash array $nms_config{'configname'}{'OPTION'}.

nms_enumnodes( $nodelistfile, \&callback );
Reads the node names from specified file, one per line, performs telnet connection to each node, and after that calls the callback function with three arguments: &$callback($telnet, $node, $hostname);, where $telnet is the Expect.pm handle, $node is the node name, and $hostname is the fully-qualified domain name of the host being connected.

nms_opentelnet( $hostname );
Opens a telnet session to the specified hostname, and performs login and enable mode. Then the Expect.pm handle is returned.

nms_interfaceref( $hostname, $interface );
Returns the string formed from the specified hostname and interface, with all special characters replaced by underscore. The string returned is suitable for file name composition.


Name

mpls_collectrunning.pl — retrieve running status from all devices

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/mpls_collectrunning.pl

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/nodelist

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/configs/devicename
show isis topology command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/vrfs/devicename
show ip vrf detail command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/vrfipprot/devicename
show ip protocol vrf xy command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/chassis/devicename
show version and show hardware command output log

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/diag/devicename
show diag command output log

Description

The program logs into each device listed in $NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/nodelist, and saves the output of various show commands into the corresponding directories.


Name

mpls_getisistopo.pl — retrieve and process MPLS ISIS topology information

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/mpls_getisistopo.pl

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/mpls_collectrunning.conf
ISISSEEDNODE=devicename
MPLS device where show isis topology is to be executed

Files Used

none

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/nodelist
List of all device names in ISIS topology. Plain text values, one per line

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/isistopo.xml
ISIS topology details

Description

The program logs into the device specified in ISISSEEDNODE, and processes the output of show isis topology command.


Name

mpls_vrfinventory.pl — build complete vrf reference for MPLS network

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/mpls_vrfinventory.pl

Configuration

None

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/configs/*
$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/vrfs/*
$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/vrfprot/*

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/vrfref.xml
Nodes and interfaces reference

Description

The program processes files created by mpls_collectrunning.pl, and presents the data in XML files ready for further processing.


Name

mpls_tdptopo.pl — Process MPLS TDP topology information

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/mpls_tdptopo.pl

Configuration

none

Files Used

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/nodelist
List of all device names in MPLS topology. Produced by mpls_getisistopo.pl.

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/configs/*
Running configurations from all MPLS devices

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/tagsw/*
Tag-switching neighbours reports, procuced by mpls_collectrunning.pl.

Files Created

$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/tdptopo.xml
MPLS Tag Distribution Protocol topology details

Description

The program processes the output of show running-config and show tag-switching tdp neighbor commands, and generates the detailed topology report in XML format. This XML file can be processed by tdptopo-html.xsl XSL template


Name

mpls_track.pl — track MPLS label switching path, with HTMl report

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/mpls_track.pl {device name} [--out outfile] {--vrf vrfname} {--route A.B.C.D}

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

none

Files Created

trackresults.html or the one specified with --out option. Contains per-hop trace information for given LSP.

Description

The program tracks the label swithcing path of the specified VRF route hop by hop, including equal-length paths.


Name

runiosbatch.pl — Run Cisco IOS commands from a batch file

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/runiosbatch.pl {cmdfile}

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

cmdfile
Text file with node names and IOS commands one per line. Each node name should start with "@@" at the start of the line, with the IOS commands on the following lines.

Files Created

none

Description

The program executes the given IOS commands on given devices, step by step. Afer each command, it expects for "#" prompt.

Warning: If a confirmation quiestion appears (i.e. "[confirm]"), runiosbatch.pl sends carriage return to the device!


Name

runioscmd.pl — Run Cisco IOS commands

Synopsis

Usage

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/runioscmd.pl {nodelistfile} {cmdfile}

Configuration

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/etc/devlogin.conf
Standard device login credentials

Files Used

nodelistfile
text file with device names, one per line.
cmdfile
text file with IOS commands one per line.

Files Created

none

Description

The program executes the given IOS commands on each device, step by step. Afer each command, it expects for "#" prompt.

Warning: If a confirmation quiestion appears (i.e. "[confirm]"), runioscmd.pl sends carriage return to the device!


Name

XSL Templates — templates for XML conversion

Synopsis

Usage

xsltproc [--output outfile] {xsl_template} {xml_input}

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/atm_procxml.sh

$NMSTOOLS_HOME/bin/mpls_procxml.sh

Files Input/Output

XSL Template: $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/atmtrack-endpoints.xsl
Description:Processes ATM track results and lists the endpoints
Input File:trackresults.xml (atm_track.pl)
Output Format:Plain Text
XSL Template: $NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/atmtrack-html.xsl
Description:Produces ATM track results detailed report
Input File:trackresults.xml (atm_track.pl)
Output Format:HTML
XSL Template:$NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/nsapref-csv.xsl
Description:Per-interface NSAP address reference
Input File:$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodes.xml (atm_vcref.pl)
Output File:$NMSTOOLS_HTML/atm/nsapref.csv
Output Format:CSV
XSL Template:$NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/pnnitopo-html.xsl
Description:ATM PNNI Topology Report
Input File:$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/pnnitopo.xml (atm_getpnnitopo.pl)
Output File:$NMSTOOLS_HTML/atm/pnnitopo.html
Output Format:HTML
XSL Template:$NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/tdptopo-html.xsl
Description: MPLS TDP Topology Report. Accepts optional parameter: --param verbose "'yes'" for more detailed output.
Input File:$NMSTOOLS_DATA/mpls/tdptopo.xml' (mpls_tdptopo.pl)
Output Files:$NMSTOOLS_HTML/mpls/tdptopo.html
$NMSTOOLS_HTML/mpls/tdptopo-verbose.html
Output Format:HTML
XSL Template:$NMSTOOLS_HOME/lib/vcref-csv.xsl
Description:Complete VC reference
Input File:$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/connections.xml (atm_vcref.pl)
Also Uses:$NMSTOOLS_DATA/atm/nodes.xml (atm_vcref.pl)
Output File:$NMSTOOLS_HTML/atm/vcref.csv
Output Format:CSV

Description

These XSL templates are designed for transformation of XML data produced by various scripts, into a human-readable format, CSV (Comma-Separated Values) or HTML.