• Author : Padmini Misra

 
 

OpenConfig 4.20.5F Release Notes

Introduction These are the release notes and configuration guide for the OpenConfig feature available in the 4.20.5F EOS release. The 4.20.5F release supports reading and streaming various OpenConfig configuration and state models over gNMI (gRPC Network Management Interface), RESTCONF, and NETCONF transports. A subset of the configuration models may also be modified over these transports, see below. All client transactions that modify device configuration provide the same atomicity guarantees that are provided by sessions in the CLI. Platforms Supported All Configuration The following section outlines configuration options for OpenConfig, NETCONF, and RESTCONF transport methods. Native OpenConfig CLI gNMI Transport This...
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OpenConfig 4.20.2.1F Release Notes

Introduction These are the release notes and configuration guide for the OpenConfig feature available in the 4.20.2.1F EOS release.   The 4.20.2.1F release supports reading and streaming various OpenConfig configuration and state models over gNMI (gRPC Network Management Interface), RESTCONF, and NETCONF transports. A subset of the configuration models may also be modified over these transports, see below.   All client transactions that modify device configuration provide the same atomicity guarantees that are provided by sessions in the CLI. Platforms Supported All Configuration The following section outlines configuration options for OpenConfig, NETCONF, and RESTCONF transport methods. Native OpenConfig CLI gNMI...
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PIM VRF

PIM VRF feature adds VRF support to these existing multicast protocols: PIM-SM, PIM-BSR, IGMP and MSDP. Interface specific commands related to these protocols (example: ‘ip pim sparse-mode’) remain the same as before. By default, all interfaces belong to default VRF till the ‘vrf forwarding <vrf name>’ command is executed. More on ‘vrf forwarding’ command application to an interface can be found elsewhere in this manual. With VRF support, there are some significant changes to the manner in which the commands related to these protocols are applied to VRF. The configuration section explains this in more detail with examples. To maintain...
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