How can I find the substatements of a schema node? For example, if it is a configuration node or mandatory node? Or in the case of list nodes, how do I find the keys? I the script below, I can find out the keyword and argument for timer, but I can't find out if it is configuration, mandatory, or what the status is (current, deprecated, obsolete)?
Unfortunately information that you are looking for currently is not available in Python code. It is available only in C++ code, where class SchemaNodeImpl holds pointer to Libyang structure lys_node, which contains all the information about correspondent YANG model node. New development is required to expose that information in Python code. I suggest to open enhancement request for this new development on ydk-gen GitHub.
Difference between USGMII and USXGMII:
USGMII is used for 8x10M/100M/1GE network ports, with each port maximum speed of 1GE. USXGMII-Single Port version can be used to support ONE network port with 10M/100M/1G/2.5G/5G/10G data rates
USGMII is used...
Hi, how to execute linux-commands (which are executeable directly in the guestshell) from IOS-XE sample :[guestshell@guestshell ~]$ cat test.txt | grep SmartSmart Licensing Status: Smart Licensing is DISABLED[guestshell@guestshell ~]$ exit ...
Hi Everybody! I am trying to get the configuration from a nexus 9000v virtualized in my home lab, I am always getting this error. Exception has occurred: RPCError
File "C:\4_4 Modernizing_Netwo...