- A. The Interfaces() class acts as a NETCONF filter, which limits the data returned to that of the openconfig:interfaces YANG model.
- B. It provides the data types of the openconfig:interfaces model to the router for dynamic configuration of the interfaces.
- C. It locks the interfaces from modification by other active NETCONF sessions.
- D. It passes default values into the crud_service, which reconfigures all interfaces to their default configurations.
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