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yangcli-pro binaries

yangcli-pro is a network manager client that lets you test and manage NETCONF servers using an interactive CLI, scripts and test-suites. It uses YANG modules directly to generate a user-friendly command line interface with context sensitive help and many other powerful features to simplify complex network management tasks.

There are many new features in yangcli-pro. It is designed to work as a test tool to save you time during YANG module development or as an operator tool to simplify management of multiple NETCONF servers at once. To learn more about the features of yangcli-pro click here.

YumaWorks is no longer offering yangcli-pro for free download. However you can still license yangcli-pro as part of YumaPro SDK, our all-in-one NETCONF/YANG software design kit, which will boost your development and management abilities through intelligent YANG-based automation. See the benefits of YumaPro SDK firsthand, click the button below to begin your evaluation today!


All YumaPro SDK user manuals and guides are freely available for download or online viewing. Dive in to your YumaPro development today by reviewing our docs below. Note: The links below reference the current documentation for the latest version of our toolkit, YumaPro SDK Version 17.10.

YumaPro Installation GuidePDFHTML
YumaPro Quickstart GuidePDFHTML
YumaPro User ManualPDFHTML
netconfd-pro User ManualPDFHTML
yangdiff-pro User ManualPDFHTML
yangdump-pro User ManualPDFHTML
YumaPro yp-snmp ManualPDFHTML
YumaPro yocto Quickstart GuidePDFHTML
yangcli-pro User ManualPDFHTML
ypclient-pro User ManualPDFHTML
YANG Cheat Sheet v1.1PDF
yangcli-pro Command ReferencePDF


YumaWorks is a leader in NETCONF and YANG development, and we want to share our expertise with you. Below are some training courses designed to give developers a head start in their YumaPro and NETCONF/YANG development. Check back often to see what we’ve added lately!

YANG Tutorial for SNMP Developers

YumaPro SDK Developer Training


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