pyNMS - A vendor-agnostic NMS for carrier-grade network simulation and automation

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Maps can be displayed in pyNMS to draw all network devices at their exact location (longitude and latitude), using the mercator or azimuthal orthographic projections. Networks can be exported as a .KML file to be displayed on Google Earth, with the same icons and link colors as in pyNMS.



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