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  1. Hello Rene,
    can you please explain to us more about RESTCONF and NETCONF and what is the difference? also can we integrate ODL controller with regular Cisco devices in GNS3 ?


  2. Hi @ammar.eng100

    There’s not really a quick answer to this but to get an idea what NETCONF and RESTCONF are about, let me show you an example. This is done on an CSR1000V router running IOS XE.


    Here’s an example of NETCONF on a Cisco IOS router. It’s an alternative to the CLI where you can use XML to retrieve information or to configure the device. It uses RPC for transport and can be used through SSH:

    R1(config)#netconf ssh

    Let’s log in:

    $ ssh admin@ -s netconf

    The router will respond with a hello like this:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding=
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  3. Hi Rene,

    I have difficulties understanding this step. sorry, not so familiar with Linux commands:

    Open the following file in your favorite text editor:

    $ vim ~/.bashrc
    And add the following line to set the JAVA_HOME variable:

    export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/default-java
    Save the file and execute the bashrc file:

    $ source ~/.bashrc

  4. hello guys,

    do you have any idea why get this issue ;

    mininet@mininet-vm:~/distribution-karaf-0.6.4-Carbon$ ./bin/karaf
    karaf: JAVA_HOME is not valid: /usr/lib/jvm/default-java

  5. Hi Ali,

    Looking at these posts:



    This error seems to occur when it can’t find Java. Did you install it? Otherwise, it seems you can fix it by setting the environment variable with the correct java folder.

    You can try some of the docker containers out there. This saves quite some time. For example:



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