AAA accounting records can be enabled for OpenConfig gNMI/gNOI RPCs. Accounting records can be logged to the TACACS+ server, RADIUS server, or to syslog.

This feature adds support for gNMI access to the last-configuration-timestamp YANG node in the OpenConfig/Octa agent. When a gNMI set is completed, the last-configuration-timestamp is updated. When the configuration is changed via CLI or some other mechanism, the change eventually propagates to the OpenConfig/Octa agent, which will update the last-configuration-timestamp.

Traditionally, the OpenConfig gNMI service is based on a dial in model. A client sends a request to the gNMI server and

Octa is a process which combines OpenConfig and certain TerminAttr functionality, primarily with the intent of

For Macro Segmentation Service Group (MSS-G) configurations, if only the segmentation model for OpenConfig is required, then it is possible to disable all other models for OpenConfig. This feature allows access to only the /segmentation path in the OpenConfig YANG tree. This significantly reduces the OpenConfig agent’s memory usage.

This feature provides support for SPIFFE-ID in OpenConfig. The SPIFFE-ID will take precedence over any metadata usernames or common name username found. This username will be used for all AAA operations. 

This feature adds support for streaming the output of the following show command in Octa:. The