MG-SOFT NETCONF Browser Professional Edition
The future of network management and network configuration is here!
Autumn 2014 Special Licensing Offer
Only until 17-November-2014, MG-SOFT is running Autumn 2014 Special Licensing Offer for all our NETCONF & YANG Applications.
During the campaign we offer 20% discount when ordering new licenses for this product. The discounted licensing fees are readily available in our online shop.
MG-SOFT NetConf Browser Professional Edition is powerful and user-friendly NETCONF client application that lets you retrieve, modify, install and delete the configuration of any NETCONF server device in the network.
NetConf Browser can load any standard or vendor specific YANG or YIN module and display its contents in a visual manner, where module elements are represented in a hierarchical tree structure, containing nodes on which NETCONF operations can be performed.
NetConf Browser offers an intuitive user interface that lets you easily retrieve the device configuration and state data as well as modify the device configuration via the NETCONF v1.1 (RFC 6241) or NETCONF v1.0 (RFC 4741) protocol operations (get, get-config, lock, unlock, edit-config, copy-config, delete-config, commit, etc.).
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In addition to providing a quick access to common NETCONF operations, NetConf Browser also implements advanced tools, like the RFC 6110-compliant NETCONF Content Editor and Validator that lets you easily compose any type of NETCONF XML document and validate it using the DSDL schemas, which are automatically generated from the selected YANG modules.
Furthermore, NetConf Browsersupport subscribing to and receiving NETCONF notifications (as specified in RFC 5277).
NetConf Browser also supports the NETCONF get-schema operation (specified in RFC 6022) that lets you download schema definitions (e.g., YANG and YIN modules) from remote NETCONF servers.
MG-SOFT NETCONF Browser is a Java(TM) application that can be installed and used on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems with Java Runtime Environment version 6.0 (a.k.a. JRE 1.6) or later.