YumaPro SDK 17.10 introduces support for the Call Home protocol defined in IETF RFC 8071

By default, Call Home is not enabled but must be configured by the developer/user.

The callhome-server parameter and all Call Home related parameters are ignored if the

--with-callhome parameter is set to 'false'.


--callhome-server=string

              Specifies a callhome/SSH server that this server should attempt

              to initiate a callhome connection at boot-time. This string has

              the format:

                   <server-id> '@' <server-addr> [ ':' <port-num> ]


                      server1@192.168.0.101

                      server1@192.168.0.101:12040


The server-id is used for logging purposes. The callhome-server parameter can be set via the command line

when booting netconfd-pro:


user@system> netconfd-pro --callhome-server=john@192.168.0.101:12040



or can be configured in the /etc/yumapro/netconfd-pro.conf file:


#### leaf-list callhome-server
# Specifies a callhome/SSH server that this server
# should attempt to initiate a callhome connection
# at boot-time. This string has the the same format
# as the ha-server parameter.
#
# no default for callhome-server
#
callhome-server john@192.168.0.101:12040



Related Parameters:


For more information on using the Call Home protocol in YumaPro SDK please refer to the Solution Article "Establishing a Call Home Connection" and also to the IETF Call Home section of the netconfd-pro User Manual.