Wednesday, March 12, 2014

[NETCONF] The summary of NETCONF Content

The following content is about the summary of the NET-CONF web site:

Session Initiation For Clients

   <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
          <hello xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:netconf:base:1.0">

Protocol Capabilities



Standard Capabilities


Configuration Databases


Protocol Operations

Once a NETCONF session is established, the client knows which capabilities the server supports. The client then can send RPC method requests and receive RPC replies from the server. The server's request queue is serialized, so requests will be processed in the order received.

close-session:baseTerminate this session
commit:base AND :candidateCommit the contents of the <candidate/> configuration database to the <running/> configuration database
copy-config:baseCopy a configuration database
create-subscription:notificationCreate a NETCONF notification subscription
delete-config:baseDelete a configuration database
discard-changes:base AND :candidateClear all changes from the <candidate/> configuration database and make it match the <running/> configuration database
edit-config:baseModify a configuration database
get:baseRetrieve data from the running configuration database and/or device statistics
get-config:baseRetrieve data from the running configuration database
kill-session:baseTerminate another session
lock:baseLock a configuration database so only my session can write
unlock:baseUnlock a configuration database so any session can write
validate:base AND :validateValidate the entire contents of a configuration database

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