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For questions concerning creating, implementing, or troubleshooting Netconf-based (RFC 6241) configuration tools.

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Multiple mac adrress on one cisco switch interface

How can i config Multiple mac address on one cisco switch interface? (I have 3 laptops and i connect only one laptop every time(I switch between them), and i want to config only one interface with the ...
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Configuration file of switches format

Do we need different config files for each category [aaa, bfd, ptp, lldp, vlan etc] for deployment or can there be a single config file that contains all [aaa, bfd, ptp, lldp, vlan etc] and do they ...
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What do exclamation '!' and period '.' mean in a switch config file

what do the ! and . mean in switch config files? Current configuration: 1363 bytes ! version 12.1 no service pad service timestamps debug uptime service timestamps log uptime no service password-...
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What are the differences between a basic configuration and a full configuration of a network device?

When someone is talking about a basic/base configuration of a network device, does this mean the startup configuration file? And when a full configuration is referenced how is it different from a ...
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How can different views onto same data model be defined in YANG?

RFC6020 contains the following statement "A NETCONF server may implement a number of modules, allowing multiple views of the same data" (my emphasis). I want to do exactly that, so that my NETCONF ...
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Configuration vs Operational within NETCONF/YANG

NETCONF/YANG touts being able to provide a clear split between distinguishing the configuration from operational state. However Im unable to see the clear way this is done. I can see some RFCs ...
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is it possible edit prefix list using netconf

Is it possible to edit the prefix list through netconf in juniper router. I am using new version of juniper router.
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Regarding NETCONF

I am trying for basic operations on IOS-XR (Cisco) using Netconf.This includes initially setting up a netconf connection as below: ssh [hostname] -p 830 -s netconf As soon as, the connection is ...