[nscp] nscp

jad <jad@sinodun.com> Wed, 15 September 2010 13:21 UTC

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The original NSCP draft can be found at https://trac.sinodun.com/NSCP/browser/nscpdraft

(Sorry about the bad cert - I need to get that sorted)

The draft uses NETCONF and defines the configuration of a name server in YANG. 

I have not looked at this for a while and now wonder if we should try and separate the model that describes the nameservers configuration from the technology that is used to manipulate that model.


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