A few hundred of each, spaces, vlans and subnets.
I’d give you an accurate could but the API isn’t playing nice with me today.
~$ maas login me https://maas./MAAS
You are now logged in to the MAAS server at
https://maas.<REDACTED>/MAAS/api/2.0/ with the profile name 'me'.
For help with the available commands, try:
maas me --help
~$ maas me spaces read
usage: maas [-h] COMMAND ...
-h, --help show this help message and exit
login Log in to a remote API, and remember its description and credentials.
logout Log out of a remote API, purging any stored credentials.
list List remote APIs that have been logged-in to.
refresh Refresh the API descriptions of all profiles.
init Initialise MAAS in the specified run mode.
config View or change controller configuration.
status Status of controller services.
migrate Perform migrations on connected database.
apikey Used to manage a user's API keys. Shows existing keys unless --generate or --delete is passed.
configauth Configure external authentication.
createadmin Create a MAAS administrator account.
Change a MAAS user's password.
me Interact with https://maas.<REDACTED>/MAAS/api/2.0/
***WWW-Authenticate*** <- this is interesting