Repository for publishing OpenConfig models, documentation, and other material for the community.
Latest commit d9841ec Feb 3, 2017 @aashaikh aashaikh Fix to cleanup leftover global policy configuration in BGP model
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-common-multiprotocol.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-common-structure.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-common.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-global.yang
    - Removed remaining global-level policy configuration. This is supported
      in the network-instance model, e.g., for route redistribution.
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-neighbor.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-peer-group.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-policy.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp-types.yang
  * (M) release/models/bgp/openconfig-bgp.yang

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