I'm attempting to replace ACL via NetConf using Cisco-NX-OS-Device data-model (http://cisco.com/ns/yang/cisco-nx-os-device). Example of NetConf request below. However with the following order of execution of the action I get unexpected result: - if ACL does not exist, it is created; - at the second execution, when ACL exists already, it will empty it (remove all ACEs, and keep the ACL empty); - at the the third execution it will provision all the lines over again; - at further executions this cycle will repeat;
Is there anything fundamental I'm missing about replace operation functionality?
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