An introduction to NETCONF and YANG. The course progresses from what they are, why they are needed, and how to configure them onto a more detailed analysis of how NETCONF works and how to read YANG models.
Network management technologies
Network management and configuration issues.
What is NETCONF? What is YANG? Protocols,
data models, architecture.
Hands on Configuring NETCONF on network devices, using NETCONF.
NETCONF layers, Secure transport: SSH,
Messages: rpc, Operations, Content. Base
operations: <get>, <get-config>, <edit-config>,
<copy-config>, <delete-config>, <lock>,<unlock>,
NETCONF datastores: :candidate, :startup, running.
Hands on Retrieving a configuration with NETCONF, Editing a configuration with NETCONF.
NETCONF traffic flows, NETCONF capabilities,
hello, capabilities exchange., Filtering data, atomic
transactions, validating configurations.
Hands on Using NETCONF.
YANG models, IETF standard YANG models, tree
diagrams, an example: YANG interface
management, Module header, Imports and
includes, Containers, Lists, leaves, Data types,
typedef, Instance data, XML.
Hands on Reading YANG data models, creating a configuration instance.
"Hard concepts were explained very simply."
"Excellent instructor, very easy to understand and presented the course in a relaxed and informative manner."
This structured course uses Instructor Led Training to provide the best possible learning experience. Small class sizes ensure students benefit from our engaging and interactive style of teaching with delegates encouraged to ask questions throughout the course. Quizzes follow each major section allowing checking of learning.