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I just noticed that the port number in RFC4742 is written
In order to allow NETCONF traffic to be easily identified and
filtered by firewalls and other network devices, NETCONF servers MUST
default to providing access to the "netconf" SSH subsystem only when
the SSH session is established using the IANA-assigned TCP port
<830>. Servers SHOULD be configurable to allow access to the netconf
SSH subsystem over other ports.
This looks odd in the text, but is really busted in the example:
[user@client]$ ssh -s server.example.org -p <830> netconf
Is this intentional?
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