This feature provides externalization of operational data using Network Configuration Protocol (NETCONF) or Yet Another Next
Generation (YANG) data modeling language. Prior to this release, the traditional show commands were available to only view
the GNSS statistic data. But, you could not use these show command outputs to manage network devices as demanded by centralized
orchestration application such as Cisco Digital Network Architecture Center (DNAC). The introduction of this feature provides
externalization of operational data using Network Configuration Protocol (NETCONF) or Yet Another Next Generation (YANG) data
modeling language to bring more visibility in the timing services operations.
This feature is supported on Cisco ASR-920-12SZ-A and Cisco ASR-920-12SZ-D and Cisco ASR-920-12SZ-IM and ASR-920U-12SZ-IM.
The Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a protocol used to synchronize clocks throughout a network. The PTP Multiprofile support
is configured on a PTP boundary clock by translating one PTP profile at PTP slave port to other PTP profile at PTP master
port. To translate PTP properties from one profile to other, a special type of inter-op clock-port is introduced. This special
clock-port is configured with the required profile and domain information.