I haven't done if via a Python script, but I have done some scripts over ssh before from a DOS command line using the PuTTY PLINK.EXE. You can also use telnet, a serial connection or HTTP/HTTPS to pass the commands to the codec.
Thank you for your response, but I the limitations that I am under require me to use Python for this.
The funny thing is that I do this via Python for other equipment, but it just does not seem to work with the CISCO endpoints for whatever reason. I figure that there must be something different about the process when CISCO is involved...but I don't know what it is.
You can modify the "xConfiguration" part to your liking. You can probably even make it a variable. I have before but figured you probably at least understand the basics of python and could figure it out.
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