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Please follow instructions below to start your NETCONFc trial for Windows, MacOS or Linux

1. Download the latest NETCONFc free trial installer

   Windows: 10 and 11
   MacOS 10.10 (Yosemite and newer)
   Linux (x64, Ubuntu 18.04+ , Fedora 21+, CentOS8+ or RHEL 8+)

 

2. Install NETCONFc free trial 

   Windows: double-click the installer file to install.

   Linux or MacOS:

   Note if you are running on Ubuntu 20.04 and later, NETCONFc depends on libffi.so.6 but this library has been removed from Ubuntu20.04.
   You can either create a symbolic link to libffi.so.7 or install the 19.10 version of the package libffi.so.6

   Workaround 1: create a symbolic link to libffi.so.7 on your system

 # cd /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu
 # ln -s libffi.so.7 libffi.so.6

   Workaround 2:  download and install the 19.10 version of the libffi.so.6 package here:
              http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/libf/libffi/libffi6_3.2.1-8_amd64.deb

  # apt install ./libffi6_3.2.1-8_amd64.deb

 3. Start NETCONFc and request a NETCONFc trial key
    Windows:
        Select the installed application name 'NETCONFc Demo' to run

   Linux or MacOS:
      cd 'your installation directory'  && ./start_NETCONFc.sh

     If the script ./start_NETCONFc.sh failed to start, then you can edit it to enable the error output as shown below:

    # vi ./start_NETCONFc.sh

   Comment out the following line and add a new line as shown below: 

   #$DIR/Python/bin/python3 $DIR/netconfc/netconfc_app.pyc > /dev/null 2>&1
   $DIR/Python/bin/python3 $DIR/netconfc/netconfc_app.pyc 

     Save the script and rerun it again to get the error output.

     When you start NETCONFc, you will be prompted for a trial code.  
     Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a subject "Request a NETCONFc trial key for Windows". 

     Note: a business email address is required. Our sales rep will review your request and respond
     to you shortly.

If you do not have a NETCONF server readily usable, build and set up free Netopeer2 from source.
You can also use Netopeer2 Docker Container if you can't build it from the source release.

If your server can be only accessed through a proxy server, you can  set up SOCKs Proxy in NETCONFc.

If you have any questions during your evaluation please do not hesitate to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you!