After a configuration request is sent using NETCONF, which call releases any locks and resources associated with the session?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D.
The correct answer is C. <close-session>.
When a NETCONF session is initiated, locks and resources are associated with that session to ensure consistency and prevent conflicts between multiple sessions. When a configuration request is sent using NETCONF, the associated locks and resources are held until the session is closed or until the client explicitly releases them.
The <close-session> call is used to release the locks and resources associated with a NETCONF session. This call is sent by the client to the server to terminate the session and release the resources.
The <exit-operation> call is used to indicate the end of a particular operation, such as a configuration change. This call does not release the locks and resources associated with the session.
The <close-activity> call is not a valid NETCONF call and is not used in the protocol.
The <boot-app> call is also not a valid NETCONF call and is not used in the protocol.