We are really excited to announce that NSO is now available for download from DevNet for free for non-production use. There is a click-to-accept license that specifies the conditions for the download, but fundamentally you can do whatever you like with it as long as it is not in production. We would like as many people as possible to familiarize themselves with NSO and learn about the power of model-based network automation. There are loads of examples in the example directory that ships with NSO, and you can of course also use all the information available on the the NSO Developer Hub, including free training material. On the Developer Hub you can also ask questions and seek advice. For formal support, i.e. TAC, you will have to purchase at least a non-production license of the product with a support contract.
When querying via RESTCONF to NSO for an empty list, NSO returns with 204 NoContent. I was not able to find this behavior in the RFC8040 and I am getting challenged on why not to send 200OK and an empty JSON/XML.
Do we have any clear reference for ...
I want to create a NSO service that uses grouping from 3rd party YANG model. However, this model uses a lot of absolute leafref path references that need to be changed. Although it could be done manually with substantial effort, I would like to...
Does anybody know what might cause ncs_cli to exit executing commend with: "*** CLOSE TIMEOUT ***" error message.
This might happen executing pretty much any long running command, i.e.:
echo "devices sync-from" | ncs_cli -C --user admin --stop-on-e...