I am curious to understand that when I see configuration of a device that is set by some NSO service in xml format, I see the refcount and backpointers by default in the output of "show running-config" or show full-configuration, I was thinking if I use " hide service-meta-data" this should help me to hide the refcounts and back pointers but it doesn't!
any one has any clue how to do hide these refcounts:
admin@ncs# show running-config devices device IOS2 config ios:ip | hide service-meta-data | display xml
As you may have seen, we have made the decision to shift NSO Developer Days scheduled for Monday 15th June -Thursday 18th June in Stockholm to an online experience due to concerns about the current outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). While we a...
Did you ever have a look at the NSO NFVO package, for managing VNFs? It's been around for about five years, and is deployed at a lot of our customers. In the last couple of releases (4.1 and 4.2), we have been working on a GUI, so here is a brief demo:
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Hi All I am new to developing as you will see from my code :P, I am a network engineer trying to learn Devops, and I am struggling a bit with create services that apply configs to multiple devices.I am trying to create my own code to create a l3vpn s...