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RE: Plz help regarding implemetation of NETCONF over SSH
Thnks for your input on this.We are able to write the client part of the
implementation where a ssh client is connecting to port 22 (through a
session and channel) and an agent side process (process a) is starting and
waiting at port 830 to accept connections.We did the necessary configuration
changes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config file.
We are not able to figure out so far how to align this agent socket (process
a) to SSH tuunnel once SSH creates this new subsystem at port 830.
Will it be possible for you to help us how to achieve this ?
Thanking you in advance.
From: Andy Bierman [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 19, 2007 12:24 AM
To: Shilpa Jayantilal Bharkhada
Subject: Re: Plz help regarding implemetation of NETCONF over SSH
Shilpa Jayantilal Bharkhada wrote:
> we r implementing netconf protocol.netconf over soap is over.
> now we want to implement netconf over ssh.for that we have downloaded
> openssh & mindterm client,but we r not getting actually how to start.plz
> u guide me.
> plz tell me if there is any good site from which i can get some help.
I don't know of any WEB site to help you, but I can tell you
some of my implementation experience.
On the agent side, you can run a thin client as your openssh 'netconf'
subsystem, and connect to your agent process somehow to
establish the session.
On the client side, I found libssh2 much easier to use than
openssh. Following the sftp code examples, it was pretty easy
to figure out how to connect to the netconf subsystem.
> bye & take care.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Senior Engineer -D & -D
> Tata Elxsi,Bangalore-48
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