Re: [Ntp] WGLC: draft-ietf-ntp-yang-data-model

Dhruv Dhody <> Thu, 05 December 2019 14:21 UTC

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Hi Rich,

Thanks for reading, well skimming :)

More inline...

On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 9:08 AM Salz, Rich <> wrote:
>     A YANG Data Model for NTP
> I read this document.  (To be frank, I skimmed through much of the yang declarations.)  I have concerns with the yang intent of putting everything the IETF does into yang and its configuration. Do we really want to add remote interfaces to manipulate and configure autokey, for example? Because of this, I am opposed to having this as a standards-track document.

By remote interface, do you mean "peer-interface"? Note that, it is
read only and not configurable. You would notice multiple leaves in
the tree with "ro" prefix at,
all of these are "read-only" and not configurable.

Also we do not support auto-key in this YANG model. Our authentication
is limited to basic key management

If you see some "rw" nodes that should not be allowed to be
configured, please let us known?

> Was there much discussion of this document on the WG list?  I didn't see much looking for yang in the archives. Notably, I didn't see the call for adoption -- anyone have a link?

Here is the call for adoption -

Draft did get some some early discussion, not much after WG adoption
though, the state of the Yang Model was updated during WG meetings.


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