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khgrant
Cisco Employee

netconf/yang capable device question

 

Hi,

 

When a device is netconf capable and has a full yang model – how does that change the service template model?

Currently with our CLI based NED – we use a lot of XML/Yang based service templates.

  Thanks, JA

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khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

Hi JA,

 

Whether a device is NETCONF or not has no bearing on the templates. The template will always reflect the device model NETCONF or CLI. For a device which switches from CLI to NETCONF based NED will also require an updated template to support the newer device model which will most likely be quite a bit different than the CLI model.

 


-Dan

 

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khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

Hi JA,

 

Whether a device is NETCONF or not has no bearing on the templates. The template will always reflect the device model NETCONF or CLI. For a device which switches from CLI to NETCONF based NED will also require an updated template to support the newer device model which will most likely be quite a bit different than the CLI model.

 


-Dan

 

khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

Hi JA,

 

once vendors converge to natively support standardised YANG models, e.g. L3SM, open-config, etc. , template creation in multi-vendor projects may become easier, because we can use the same templates for e.g. cisco and juniper.

 

Still, new features only 1 or the other vendor has requires additional template creation.

 

Mike

 

khgrant
Cisco Employee

 

Mike,

 

And remember that IETF portions and vendor specific portions have different namespaces, which makes co-existence very simple.

These are all NSO differentiations against the competition.

 

Regards, 

Roque

 

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