YANG daemeon for Linux

Marcus Leske marcusleskex at gmail.com
Thu Aug 9 01:56:49 UTC 2018


Yes Rob, i’d like to do what you described: use netconf and yang to
provision the quagga BGP implementation.

Can you describe work arounds? If any.

Can i convert a bgp yang model to json/yaml and have some other app consume
it?

Thanks

On Sunday, July 29, 2018, Rob Shakir <rjs at rob.sh> wrote:

> Could you define "render"?  If you're looking to take a YANG model (which
> one?) and configure Linux kernel networking features with it, I can't
> recall having seen something that does this. I have been working on a side
> project (which I'm hoping to bring to a hackathon) to take Linux networking
> and map it to OpenConfig - but this is maexceptionally embryonic.
>
> If you're looking for ways to manipulate data instances for YANG-modelled
> schemas on Linux, here are some options (full disclosure: I lead the
> development of two of them):
>
>    - ygot - produces Go structs, or Protobufs that correspond to a YANG
>    model - github.com/openconfig/ygot
>    - pyangbind - produces Python classes that correspond to a YANG model -
>    github.com/robshakir/pyangbind
>    - ydk (Cisco) - produces Python and C++ APIs, more centred around device
>    interaction (https://developer.cisco.com/site/ydk/)
>
> Cheers,
> r.
>
> On Sat, 28 Jul 2018 at 03:54 Vincent Bernat <bernat at luffy.cx> wrote:
>
> >  ❦ 27 juillet 2018 12:23 -0700, Karl Jørn <karljorn787 at gmail.com> :
> >
> > > Looking for an agent on Linux that will render YANG models, so I can
> > > provision networking on Linux.
> >
> > Maybe looking at this one:
> >  http://yuma123.org/wiki/index.php/Yuma_netconfd_Manual
> > --
> > Make sure your code "does nothing" gracefully.
> >             - The Elements of Programming Style (Kernighan & Plauger)
> >
>


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