Python Scripting for Network Engineers by

About this Course

This class is offered as LF-Python-200 at LogicFinder where it is a part of the training. This course introduces the Linux family of operating systems. Basic commands, utilities, system structures, scripting, and tools. In addition, it will give general overview of the Linux operating systems; topics include environment, commands, file system, processes, and utilities, as well as Linux history and philosophy.

Division of Syllabus

The course is divided into three parts:

Part 1 deals with Introduction to Python Language.

  • Introduction
  • Automation Tools and Languages
  • Battle of Versions
  • Python IDE

Part 2 talks about Fundamentals of Programming

  • Python Variables, Python Strings
  • Conditional Statements, Loops, Collections
  • Variable Types, Strings, Functions
  • Errors and Exceptions
  • Object Oriented Programming

Part 3 covers Programs

  • Practice Programs


No Programming experienced is required although it is assumed that you have basic networking skills such as in Network+, CCNA or JNCIA or equivalent in order to use Python to configure Routers

You can choose as per your requirement from classroom training, one to one training, or online training.


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2 Months




Course : Python Scripting for Network Engineers

About the Instructor

Wajid Hassan, along with some of the best minds in this field is offering courses on a wide range of topics including networking, programming and software development. His experience spreads over 10 years.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, you will learn how to read write and configure Routers and Switches using Python. Besides, you will be able to combine Linux tools to customize Linux working environment & to automate networking tasks and troubleshooting with Python.

Who Would Benefit

Professionals in the industry who need to develop a high-level understanding of Linux Operating System.

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Ajay Mathur

I think it’s a very good course for people who have programming concepts and want to learn python code writing and execution. I took programming course on C++ before, which made it easy for me to learn python. Specifically for network engineers it’s a great start. I would like more real life projects to be included in the course.

Andreas Raupe

Work your foundation from the ground up, absolutely a course for network engineers that want to dive into the world of python and network automation. This python course offers detailed explanation of some of the topics as what is the use and flow of each line of code. After taking this course, I am able to write and understand python script.


I am new to programming and have taken a different intro to python class before. With this class so far the instructor has done a much better job of introducing me to material. Well organized course and includes lots of practice programs which makes you feel like you are getting into network automation.

Behrouz Soleimani

As someone with the network background/ interest, I always slacked off to learn python because to me, it was boring and dry. This course is right on the point. The instructor spent a lot time explaining the tools and shared his first-hand experience working with python and didn’t hide/shield the studentsfrom some of the pain points and pitfalls but instead dealt with each situation in a logical manner.

Brian Grace

Python overview going over data types, for-while loops was great. The instructor was eager to help me offline with some questions about loops. I am not a beginner in programming but I understand now when to use for loops and when to use while loops.