After you have established the remote server connection through the Remote > Manage connections option, push or store a local *.ncf configuration file or package to a remote server through the following VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance NOTIF Editor options:

  • Push to server

  • Push package to server

    After the configurations are pushed to a remote server, they do not become active on the remote server until you select the Remote > Reload Server option.

    The Remote menu options associated with retrieving a running configuration or a specific *.ncf file from a remote server to a local server are:

  • Retrieve running configuration from server

  • Retrieve a configuration file from server

    This Remote > Edit a server’s settings option is used to change server settings on remote servers. One of the settings you can change on a remote server is whether VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance NOTIF is active on that server. “Starting VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance NOTIF” on page 66 provides details on the process for activating VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance NOTIF on a remote server by using the Edit a server’s settings option.


    Remote menu options on page 80 provides more information on Remote menu options.