This post will describe a convenient way of checking data that can be streamed from the box using Model Driven Telemetry
This post covers how you can remove the internal check of the containers number in the sensor paths that you configure in IOS XR Telemetry
If you ever thought what you need to process and store XR telemetry data, this document should give you an overview and help with estimations.
Detailed explanation of the script that installs and configures the IOS XR Model Driven Telemetry Stack
Overview of the IOS XR Model Driven Telemetry Stack, that includes a set of components for you to start testing Telemetry right away!
a document that contains a detailed overview of Pipeline
Filtering in Telemetry. Where to apply and why?
Sample intervals in telemetry configuration
NCS1002 Telemetry deep dive
Describes how to use Model-Driven Telemetry with Pipeline and gRPC
Describes issues you may encounter when using MDT with gRPC over non-management interfaces.
Describes how to configure Pipeline to relay telemetry data to InfluxDB.
Describes how to use the open source pipeline utility to collect and transform telemetry data for consumption by various applications
Describes how to configure sensor-paths to stream BGP route counts and neighbor counts
Configuring Model-Driven Telemetry with YDK and XR Native YANG model
Describes the MDT configuration needed to get the same data as you get via the IF-MIB with SNMP
Configuring MDT dial-out using Native YANG
Configuring MDT with YDK
Describes how to configure MDT with YANG models
Quick Start for MDT Configuration
How to copy telemetry policy files to IOS XR in 6.0.1