Now that YANG Suite is installed and running, lets understand a bit more about what is required on the device side. In this case the device is Catalyst 9300 but could be any of the switching, routing, or wireless devices running IOS XE that support NETCONF-YANG. Since version 16.6 of IOS XE the NETCONF-YANG API is supported, and this support continues with the 17.x releases.
The CLI's required to enable the NETCONF-YANG API are below. If you already have a local user created, like in most cases, you will not need to crate a dedicated "netconf" user like below and instead use your existing user or admin login account.
aaa authentication login default local
aaa authorization exec default local
username netconf privilege 15 password 0 netconf
There are several ways to validate that the API is operational. Show commands
Another simple way to validate the API is by connecting to the NETCONF interface with a SSH client, using the NETCONF session type. Once connected you will see the capabilities exchange - a list of all supported YANG modules.
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...