Firepower Management Center API - Object Management
One of my customers, recently migrated to Cisco Firepower Threat Defense. One of the challenges that I ran into was the ASA Configuration migration script from Cisco duplicated objects in Firepower Management Center.
To delete these objects, required clicking delete for each object. This was a painful and time consuming activity, so I built a python script to delete object utilizing the FMC API. Attached to this blog is a python script that will allow you to delete unused objects. If you need to delete a large number of objects, it will save you time.
The documentation is lacking. Are you utilizing the api-explorer built-in to Firepower? I ended up do a lot of trial and error with Postman. Check out the links below too. Also, you can post your JSON syntax, so I can look at it.
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