NSO disconnects the NETCONF connection a few seconds after it has done whatever it needed to do so nope, you cant rely on it to see of the device reboots or something like that. If you subscribe to some NETCONF notifications on the device then you would get an alarm saying the device got disconnected. What is it that you would like to accomplish?
> If you subscribe to some NETCONF notifications on the device then you would get an alarm saying the device got disconnected What I mean is that when you subscribe to notifications NSO will have a continuous TCP connection to the device and if that gets disconnected NSO will issue an alarm.
Want to run both python2 and python3 packages at the same time? Maybe you don't want to upgrade all your python2 services at the same time? With some small changes to the "ncs-python-start-vm" script you can. While you are at it maybe you would like...
The official report from the ETSI Remote NFV API Plugtest as well as the 4th Plugtest events have now been posted:
Here is a list of all the NSO Developer Days 2019 presentations. Each video has a link to the respective NSO Developer Hub post with slides and details.
Keynote: Dr. Marcus Hacke, Founder & CEO of ngena
NSO and the Orange Internationa...
Here is a list of links related to Rakuten's new all-virtual mobile network
Reimagining the End-to-End Mobile Network in the 5G Era (Cisco whitepaper 2019-06)
How the world changed: Cisco CEO on Rakuten's new mobile network (Rakuten.today 2019-06-26)
Abstract: Telindus, SURFnet and T-Mobile share their outcomes of different automation strategies. How to go above and beyond the traditional way of networking to experience the thrill of foiling. The thrill to master core and B2B connectivity servic...