• Author : Kiran Kumar Immidi


NETCONF: Candidate Configuration Feature

Description The candidate configuration feature implements support for a candidate data store as specified in RFC6241. The candidate is a separate datastore from the running datastore and allows configuration to be manipulated and modified without affecting the running configuration. A commit RPC is used to set the running configuration to the contents of the candidate datastore. Candidate datastore support in NETCONF is advertised as a capability urn:ietf:params:netconf:capability:candidate:1.0 during session establishment. The candidate capability allows the new commit and discard-changes operations. The get, get-config, edit-config operations can specify the candidate as the source or the target datastore. Platform Compatibility All Configuration...
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