One of ConfD's data model driven features is the ability to automatically render a CLI from a YANG data model. This powerful feature provides both development velocity and productivity benefits. The user can easily write a YANG data model, start ConfD, and log into a fully functional, industry-standard style CLI. However, the automatically rendered CLI maybe not be exactly what is desired. Therefore, ConfD provides a very extensive set of YANG extension statements which can be used to annotate a YANG data model in order to customize the auto rendering.
This App Note application note takes a deep dive into some of the most commonly used CLI customization YANG extension statements which are used in CLI configuration mode. You will gain a better understanding of these statements as they are described and an example of usage and result are shown.