What do people really mean when they say they want NETCONF/YANG? More and more equipment providers are hearing the demand for NETCONF/YANG, so they make the simplest possible implementation, and are then upset when the customers aren't impressed. So if a minimal implementation of NETCONF/YANG isn't good enough, what are the actual requirements?
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Hi team, i am new to NSO and im trying to follow labs and noticed that the cisco-ios package was not in my ncs-run directory... I found the packages in my install directory as below...cisco-ios-cli-3.0cisco-ios-cli-3.8 these are the two packages...
Is it possible to add additional attributes in a NETCONF RPC request in addition to message-id?
See the following example:
<rpc xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:netconf:base:1.0" message-id="1" some-attribute="0001">
If i have configuration on a device that needs to configure two GigabitEthernet interfaces, what is the best practice to configure my template. Do I cut/paste the entire XML for both interfaces into my template, or should I think of this as I would run th...