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openconfig-aft@2019-11-07



  module openconfig-aft {

    yang-version 1;

    namespace
      "http://openconfig.net/yang/aft";

    prefix oc-aft;

    import openconfig-extensions {
      prefix oc-ext;
    }

    include openconfig-aft-ipv4;
    include openconfig-aft-ipv6;
    include openconfig-aft-mpls;
    include openconfig-aft-pf;
    include openconfig-aft-ethernet;
    include openconfig-aft-common;

    organization "OpenConfig working group";

    contact
      "OpenConfig working group
www.openconfig.net";

    description
      "A model describing the forwarding entries installed on a network
element. It should be noted that this model is not expected to
align 1:1 with the underlying structure used directly by a
forwarding element (e.g., linecard), but rather provide an
abstraction that can be consumed by an NMS to observe, and in some
cases manipulate, the internal forwarding database in a simplified
manner. Since the underlying model of the forwarding table is not
expected to align with this model, the structure described herein
is referred to as an Abstract Forwarding Table (AFT), rather than
the FIB.";

    revision "2019-11-07" {
      description
        "Move lsp-name leaf out of aft-common-entry-nexthop-state group.";
      reference
        "0.4.1";

    }

    revision "2019-08-02" {
      description
        "Add installing protocol for IPv[46] unicast entries.
Add the ability to describe conditional next-hop groups
outside of the policy forwarding module to allow for efficient
handling of CBTS, where many prefixes may share the same next-hop
criteria.";
      reference
        "0.4.0";

    }

    revision "2019-08-01" {
      description
        "Add lsp-name leaf to AFT next-hop.";
      reference
        "0.3.3";

    }

    revision "2018-11-21" {
      description
        "Add OpenConfig module metadata extensions.";
      reference
        "0.3.2";

    }

    revision "2017-08-24" {
      description "Formatting fixes";
      reference
        "0.3.1";

    }

    revision "2017-05-10" {
      description
        "Refactor to provide concretised per-AF schemas per AFT.";
      reference
        "0.3.0";

    }

    oc-ext:openconfig-version "0.4.1";
    oc-ext:regexp-posix;
    oc-ext:catalog-organization "openconfig";
    oc-ext:origin "openconfig";

    grouping aft-top {
      description
        "Top-level grouping allowing per-protocol instantiation of the
AFT.";
      container afts {
        description
          "The abstract forwarding tables (AFTs) that are associated
with the network instance. An AFT is instantiated per-protocol
running within the network-instance - such that one exists for
IPv4 Unicast, IPv6 Unicast, MPLS, L2 forwarding entries, etc.
A forwarding entry within the FIB has a set of next-hops,
which may be a reference to an entry within another table -
e.g., where a Layer 3 next-hop has an associated Layer 2
forwarding entry.";
        container ipv4-unicast {
          description
            "The abstract forwarding table for IPv4 unicast. Entries
within this table are uniquely keyed on the IPv4 unicast
destination prefix which is matched by ingress packets.

The data set represented by the IPv4 Unicast AFT is the set
of entries from the IPv4 unicast RIB that have been selected
for installation into the FIB of the device exporting the
data structure.";
          uses aft-ipv4-unicast-structural;
        }  // container ipv4-unicast

        container ipv6-unicast {
          description
            "The abstract forwarding table for IPv6 unicast. Entries
within this table are uniquely keyed on the IPv6 unicast
destination prefix which is matched by ingress packets.

The data set represented by the IPv6 Unicast AFTis the set
of entries within the IPv6 RIB that ";
          uses aft-ipv6-unicast-structural;
        }  // container ipv6-unicast

        container policy-forwarding {
          description
            "The abstract forwarding table for policy-based forwarding
entries. Since multiple match criteria can be utilised
within a policy-based forwarding rule, this AFT provides a
flexible match criteria, and is indexed based on an
arbitrary 64-bit index. Entries within the AFT may match on
multiple field types (e.g., L4 header fields, as well as L2
fields).

Examples of entries within this table are:
 - IPv4 policy-based routing based on DSCP.
 - MPLS policy-based forwarding entries.";
          uses aft-pf-structural;
        }  // container policy-forwarding

        container mpls {
          description
            "The abstract forwarding table for MPLS label based
forwarding entries. Entries within the table are keyed based
on the top-most MPLS label in the stack on the ingress
packet.";
          uses aft-mpls-structural;
        }  // container mpls

        container ethernet {
          description
            "The abstract forwarding table for Ethernet based forwarding
entries. Entries within the table are keyed based on the
destination MAC address on the ingress packet.";
          uses aft-ethernet-structural;
        }  // container ethernet

        uses aft-next-hop-groups-structural;

        uses aft-nhop-structural;
      }  // container afts
    }  // grouping aft-top
  }  // module openconfig-aft