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Re: FW: I-D ACTION:draft-iijima-netconf-soap-implementation-00.txt
Thank you, Dan.
I'm the author of this draft. If time slot is available in 67th meeting,
let me touch upon this draft.
Romascanu, Dan (Dan) wrote:
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> Title : Experience of NETCONF over SOAP Implementation
> Author(s) : I. Tomoyuki, et al.
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> Pages : 13
> Date : 2006-10-18
> NETCONF protocol is standardized to be exchanged over SSH, SOAP, or
> BEEP. We actually developed network management system based on
> NETCONF protocol. For several reasons, we chose SOAP protocol as a
> transport protocol of the NETCONF. This document describes why we
> chose SOAP as a transport protocol and the insight gained from actual
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