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Avaya Command Line Interface

Commands Reference

Avaya Command Line Interface Commands Reference


Introduction
This guides describes the Avaya Command Line Interface (ACLI) commands for the configuration of various features in Avaya
ERS8800 for the 7.2 release.

This document provides two different ways of navigating ACLI command documentation.

alphabetically Each command is listed corresponding to the first letter of the command.
command mode Each command mode page has a list of commands that are available in that mode. Each page is organized
alphabetically for those commands in that mode.

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ERS 8600/8800 Release 7.2


NN46205-106 Avaya Command Line Interface Commands Reference
Version 01.02 October 11 2012
Avaya Inc. 2012 All Rights Reserved.
Avaya.com/support
Alphabetized list of commands

Home | Command modes | Alphabetical listing

Alphabetized list of commands


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A
accept adv-rtr
accept adv-rtr enable
access-diffserve
access-policy
access-policy access-restrict
access-policy by-mac
access-policy enable
access-policy ftp
access-policy host
access-policy mode network precedence
access-policy name
access-policy snmp-group
action flushIp
action triggerRipUpdate
aggregate-address as-set
area import
area range
area virtual-link
area virtual-link message-digest-key
auto-negotiate enable
auto-negotiation-advertisements
auto-peer-restart enable
auto-recover-port port enable
auto-summary
auto-vlink

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B
bandwidth-limit
banner
bgp
boot
boot config
boot config bootp
boot config bootp primary
boot config choice
boot config choice primary image-file
boot config cli
boot config delay
boot config flags
boot config flags 8616-reautoneg
boot config flags access-service
boot config flags block-snmp
boot config flags factorydefaults
boot config flags ftpd
boot config flags ha-cpu
boot config flags spanning-tree-mode
boot config flags sshd
boot config host
boot config master
boot config mezz-image
boot config mezz-image image-name
boot config net
boot config net mgmt ip
boot config net mgmt route
boot config sio modem
boot config tz
boot file config value
brouter port

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C
cfm ethertype
cfm maintenance-association
cfm maintenance-domain
cfm maintenance-endpoint
clear filter
clear filter acl
clear ip arp interface
clear ip igmp igap-counters
clear ip ipfix
clear ip msdp peer
clear ip msdp sa-cache
clear ip msdp statistics
clear ip route interface
clear ip traffic-filter
clear ipv6 vrrp
clear isis lsdb
clear isis stats
clear khi all
clear khi chassis
clear khi forwarding
clear khi ip
clear khi log
clear khi performance
clear khi port
clear khi protocol
clear radius statistics
clear wireless-switch mac-address-entry
clear wireless-switch statistics
clilog
clilog enable
cli password
clock set
clock source
clock sync-time
comp-bestpath-med-confed
copy
copy srcfile destfile
cp-limit port multicast-limit
csnp-interval

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D
debug ip pim
debug-screen
debug spbm isis recompute-fib
debug spbm isis recompute-fib-download
debug spbm l2vpn action-call
debug spbm l2vpn event-notify
debug spbm l2vpn fib-update
debug spbm l2vpn fib-update-cvlan
default-information
default ip
default ip igmp snoop-querier
default ip igmp snoop-querier-addr
default-metric (BGP)
default-metric (RIP)
dir
dos-format
dsapssap
dump ar
dump ercd record
dump rsp-trace egress-display-pkt
dump rsp-trace ingress-pkt-trace
duplex

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E
eapol enable
eapol port
eapol sess-manage enable
eapol status
eapol status auto
eapol status unauthorized
enable
enable-diffserve
encapsulation dot1q
end
exit

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F
filter acl
filter acl ace
filter acl ace action
filter acl ace advanced
filter acl ace arp
filter acl ace debug
filter acl ace ethernet
filter acl ace ip
filter acl ace ipv6
filter acl ace protocol
filter acl enable
filter acl port
filter acl set
filter acl set default-action
filter acl vlan
filter act
filter act name
filter act pattern
filter apply act
flap-dampening
flow-control
format-flash
fpga update
fpga update bmc
fpga update dpc
fpga update pim
fpga update rs-module-dpm
fpga update rs pim
framing sonet

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G
global-debug
global-debug mask

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H
high-secure enable
host-route

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I
ibgp-report-import-rt
ignore-illegal-rtrid
install
interface-ip
ip access-list extended
ip address
ip alternative-route
ip apply redistribute isis
ip arp
ip arp inspection
ip arp inspection vlan
ip arp-proxy enable
ip arp-response
ip arp static-mcast
ip as-list
ip bfd brouter port
ip bfd vlan enable
ip bgp enable
ip bgp in-route-policy
ip bgp multiple-paths
ip bgp neighbor
ip bgp neighbor allow-as-in
ip bgp neighbor as-override
ip bgp neighbor remove-private-as
ip bgp neighbor site-of-origin
ip [bgp|ospf|rip] apply redistribute
ip bgp redistribute isis route-map
ip community-list
ip dhcp-relay
ip dhcp-relay broadcast
ip dhcp-relay fwd-path
ip dhcp-relay fwd-path enable
ip dhcp-relay fwd-path mode
ip dhcp snooping
ip dhcp snooping binding interface
ip dhcp snooping enable
ip dhcp snooping vlan enable
ip directed-broadcast enable
ip domain-name
ip dvmrp
ip dvmrp active
ip dvmrp advertise-self port
ip dvmrp advertise-self vlan
ip dvmrp default-listen ethernet port
ip dvmrp default-listen vlan
ip dvmrp enable ethernet port
ip dvmrp enable vlan
ip dvmrp in-policy ethernet port
ip dvmrp in-policy vlan
ip dvmrp interface-type active
ip dvmrp out-policy
ip dvmrp show-next-hop-table
ip ecmp
ip ecmp max-path
ip extcommunity-list
ip forward-protocol udp
ip forward-protocol udp broadcastmask
ip forward-protocol udp maxttl
ip forward-protocol udp portfwd
ip forward-protocol udp portfwdlist
ip icmp redirect
ip igmp access-list ethernet port
ip igmp access-list mode
ip igmp access-list mode vlan
ip igmp access-list vlan
ip igmp ethernet port
ip igmp generate-log
ip igmp igap
ip igmp immediate-leave
ip igmp immediate-leave-members
ip igmp immediate-leave-mode
ip igmp mrdisc
ip igmp snoop-querier
ip igmp snoop-querier-addr
ip igmp ssm group-range
ip igmp ssm-map
ip igmp static-group
ip igmp stream-limit
ip igmp stream-limit-group
ip igmp stream-limit-max-streams
ip igmp stream-limit vlan
ip igmp version
ip ipfix collector
ip ipfix enable
ip ipfix port
ip ipfix slot
ip irdp
ip irdp address
ip mroute interface
ip mroute resource-usage egress-threshold
ip mroute resource-usage log-msg trap-msg
ip mroute static-source-group
ip mroute stream-limit
ip mroute stream-limit interface
ip msdp connect-retry
ip msdp default-peer
ip msdp description
ip msdp enable
ip msdp implicit-default-peer
ip msdp keepalive
ip msdp md5-authentication
ip msdp mesh-group
ip msdp originator-id
ip msdp password peer
ip msdp peer
ip msdp redistribute
ip msdp sa-filter
ip msdp sa-limit
ip msdp ttl-threshold
ip name-server primary
ip ospf
ip ospf apply accept
ip ospf apply accept adv-rtr
ip ospf apply redistribute
ip ospf area
ip ospf bfd
ip ospf enable
ip ospf redistribute
ip ospf redistribute bgp
ip ospf redistribute bgp enable
ip ospf redistribute isis metric-type
ip ospf redistribute isis subnets
ip ospf spf-run
ip pgm enable
ip pgm enable vlan
ip pim bsr-candidate preference value ethernet port
ip pim bsr-candidate preference value vlan
ip pim enable
ip pim enable ethernet port
ip pim enable vlan
ip pim enable vrf
ip pim mbr
ip pim mode sparse
ip pim mode ssm
ip pim static-rp
ip pim virtual-neighbor
ip prefix-list
ip redistribute enable
ip redistribute isis
ip redistribute isis enable
ip redistribute isis metric
ip redistribute isis route-policy
ip rip
ip rip apply redistribute
ip rip out-policy
ip rip redistribute
ip rip redistribute bgp enable
ip route
ip route bfd
ip route default
ip route preference
ip route preference protocol spbm-level1
ip routing
ip rsmlt
ip rsmlt edge-support
ip rvs-path-chk mode port
ip rvs-path-chk mode vlan
ip-source-address
ip static-mroute
ip ttl
ipv6 area
ipv6 area range
ipv6 area virtual-link
ipv6 as-boundary-router enable
ipv6 dhcp-relay
ipv6 dhcp-relay fwd-path
ipv6 icmp error-interval
ipv6 interface address
ipv6 interface address vlan
ipv6 interface multicast-routing
ipv6 interface multicast-routing brouter
ipv6 mgmt-virtual
ipv6 mld
ipv6 mld brouter
ipv6 multicast-routing
ipv6 nd
ipv6 nd prefix
ipv6 nd prefix-interface
ipv6 neighbor
ipv6 ospf area
ipv6 ospf area vlan
ipv6 ospf enable
ipv6 ospf enable vlan
ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr
ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr vlan
ipv6 redistribute direct
ipv6 route
ipv6 tunnel
ipv6 tunnel vlan
ipv6 vrrp
ipv6 vrrp address
ip verify source interface
ipvpn
ipvpn enable
ipvpn service-label-allocation
ip vrf
ip vrf max-routes
ip vrrp
i-sid
isis
isis apply redistribute
isis apply redistribute vrf
isis enable
isis hello-auth type
isis l1-dr-priority
isis l1-hello-interval
isis l1-hello-multiplier
isis redistribute
isis redistribute enable
isis spbm
isis spbm interface-type
isis spbm l1-metric
ist enable
ist peer-ip
is-type

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K
khi boot-delay
khi chassis
khi enable
khi performance
khi port

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L
l2 ping
l2tracemroute source group cvlan
l2tracemroute source group vrf priority ttl
l2 traceroute
l2 tracetree
lacp
lacp enable
lacp enable key
lb-controller
link-flap-detect auto-port-down
link-flap-detect frequency
link-flap-detect interval
link-flap-detect send-trap
linktrace
load-encryption-module
load-license
lock port
logging
logging logToPCMCIA
logging transferfile
login-message
loopback
loop-detect action
loop-detect arp-detect

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M
mac-security auto-learning
manual-area
match extended-prefix
max-logins
max-lsp-gen-interval
md5 filename
metric
mgmt-ip
min-lsp-gen-interval
mirror-by-port
mlt
mlt member
more boot.cfg
mpls ldp ethernet
mpls ldp globally
mpls ldp vlan
mpls router-id
mpls rsvp ethernet
mpls rsvp explicit-path
mpls rsvp globally
mpls rsvp lsp
mpls rsvp lsp primary
mpls rsvp resource
mpls rsvp static-ip
mpls rsvp vlan
mpls statistics receive
mpls statistics receive start-label
mpls statistics transmit
mpls statistics transmit start-label
multicast enable
multicast fwd-cache-timeout
multicast mlt-distribution enable
multicast mlt-distribution globally
multicast mlt-distribution multilink trunk
multicast smlt-square
multicast software-forwarding
mvpn enable
mvpn fwd-cache-timeout

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N
name port
neighbor
neighbor a.b.c.d fall-over bfd
neighbor address-family vpnv4
neighbor-debug-all
neighbor-debug-all mask
neighbor ipaddress
neighbor ipvpn-lite-capability
net6-mgmt ipv6
net6-mgmt ipv6 route
network
nlb-mode unicast
no access-diffserve enable
no access-policy
no boot config flags autoboot
no cfm maintenance-association
no cfm maintenance-domain
no cfm maintenance-endpoint
no cfm maintenance-endpoint enable
no ip igmp snoop-querier
no ip igmp snoop-querier-addr
no ip msdp peer
no ip msdp redistribute route-policy
no ip route
no ipvpn
no ist enable
no ist peer-ip
no-med-path-is-worst
no mlt member
no pcap enable
no pcap enable globally
no qos 802.1p-override
no tacacs enable
no tacacs server
nsna enable
nsna nsnas
nsna phone-signature
nsna port
nsna uplink vlans
nsna vlan
ntp authentication-key
ntp interval
ntp server
ntp server auth-enable

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O
overload
overload-on-startup

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P
password access-level
password aging-time
password aging-time
password default-lockout-time
password lockout
password min-passwd-len
password password-history
passwordprompt
pcap 1-1000
pcap capture-filter
pcap enable
pcap enable mode
pcap enable mode
pcap reset-stat
peer telnet
ping
ping hostname
ping-mpls ipv4
ping-mpls rsvp
ping-snoop
pluggable-optical-module
portlock enable
port-phy portlist
psnp-interval

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Q
qos 802.1p-override
qos apply egress-queue-set
qos egressmap exp
qos egress-queue-set
qos egress-queue-set qmax
qos egress-queue-set queue
qos if-policer
qos if-shaper
qos ingressmap exp
qos level port
qos level vlan
qos policy
quick-start

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R
radius
radius accounting
radius cli-cmd-count
radius cli-profile
radius command-access-attribute
radius enable
radius enable eapol
radius igap-timeout-log-fsize
radius mcast-addr-attr-value
radius server host
radius server host used-by igap
radius-snmp acct-enable
radius sourceip-flag
rd
redistribute
redistribute enable
redistribute isis
redistribute isis enable
redistribute isis metric
redistribute isis metric-type
redistribute isis route-map
redistribute isis route-policy
redistribute isis subnets
redistribute ospf
remote-mirroring
remote-vlan-stg
remove word
reset
retransmit-lsp-interval
rip enable
rmon
route-map
route-map enable
route-map match
route-map match condition
route-map match extcommunity
route-map permit
route-map policy name seq number
route-map policyname seqnumber
route-map policy name seq number permit
router bfd enable
router bgp
router bgp enable
route-reflector enable
route-refresh
router-id
router isis
router isis enable
router ospf enable
router ospf ipv6-enable
router vrf
route-target both
route-target import
routing
rsp-trace ingress-pkt-trace enable

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S
save bootconfig
save config
save config file
save config file mode acli
save config file mode cli
save config mode
save config standby
save trace
sffd enable
show access-policy
show autotopology nnm-table
show banner
show basic config
show bgp ipv6 aggregates
show bgp ipv6 imported-routes
show bgp ipv6 neighbors
show bgp ipv6 networks
show bgp ipv6 redistributed-routes
show bgp ipv6 route
show boot config
show boot config choice
show boot config flags
show boot config master
show brouter
show cfm ethertype
show cfm maintenance-association
show cfm maintenance-domain
show cfm maintenance-endpoint
show cli info
show clilog
show clilog file
show cli password
show clock
show eapol
show fdb-filter
show filter acl
show filter acl ace
show filter acl action
show filter acl advanced
show filter acl arp
show filter acl config
show filter acl debug
show filter acl ethernet
show filter acl ip
show filter acl ipv6
show filter acl protocol
show filter acl statistics port
show filter act
show filter act-pattern
show fulltech
show ha-state
show history
show hosts
show interfaces atm statistics
show interfaces atm statistics ds3fecurrent
show interfaces atm statistics ds3feinterval
show interfaces atm statistics ds3fetotal
show interfaces atm statistics ds3necurrent
show interfaces atm statistics ds3neinterval
show interfaces atm statistics ds3netotal
show interfaces atm statistics felinecurrent
show interfaces atm statistics felineinterval
show interfaces atm statistics fepathcurrent
show interfaces atm statistics fepathinterval
show interfaces atm statistics linecurrent
show interfaces atm statistics lineinterval
show interfaces atm statistics pathcurrent
show interfaces atm statistics pathinterval
show interfaces atm statistics sectioncurrent
show interfaces atm statistics sectioninterval
show interfaces atm statistics sonetmediumtbl
show interfaces dhcp-relay
show interfaces error ospf
show interfaces FastEthernet error
show interfaces FastEthernet statistics
show interfaces gigabitEthernet
show interfaces loopback
show interfaces statistics
show interfaces statistics dhcp-relay
show interfaces statistics egress-queues
show interfaces statistics ipvpn
show interfaces statistics lacp
show interfaces statistics rmon
show interfaces statistics stg
show interfaces statistics verbose
show interfaces vlan
show ip
show ip access-list extended
show ip arp
show ip arp inspection interface
show ip arp inspection vlan
show ip arp interface
show ip arp -s
show ip arp static-mcastmac
show ip as-list
show ip bfd
show ip bfd interfaces
show ip bfd neighbors
show ip bfd neighbors next-hop
show ip bfd stats
show ip bgp aggregates
show ip bgp cidr-only
show ip bgp conf
show ip bgp confederation
show ip bgp dampened-paths
show ip bgp flap-damp-config
show ip bgp imported-routes
show ip bgp neighbors
show ip bgp neighbors A.B.C.D
show ip bgp networks
show ip bgp peer-group
show ip bgp redistributed-routes
show ip bgp route
show ip bgp stats
show ip bgp summary
show ip bgp vpnv4
show ip community-list
show ip dhcp-relay
show ip dhcp snooping
show ip dhcp snooping binding
show ip dhcp snooping interface
show ip dhcp snooping vlan
show ip directed-broadcast interface
show ip dns
show ip dvmrp
show ip dvmrp interface
show ip dvmrp neighbor
show ip dvmrp next-hop
show ip dvmrp route
show ip ecmp
show ip extcommunity-list
show ip forward-protocol udp
show ip forward-protocol udp portfwd
show ip forward-protocol udp portfwdlist
show ip igmp access
show ip igmp cache
show ip igmp group
show ip igmp igap
show ip igmp igap counters
show ip igmp igap group
show ip igmp interface
show ip igmp mrdisc
show ip igmp mrdisc neighbors
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Command mode index

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Command mode index


The following command modes are available. Select the command mode to see a list of commands available in that mode.

All modes
BGP Router configuration mode
Configuration Mode
FastEthernet or GigabitEthernet Interface configuration mode
Gigabitethernet Interface configuration mode
Global configuration mode
Interface configuration mode
IS-IS configuration mode
IS-IS configuration mode or Global configuration mode
OSPF Router Configuration mode
Privileged EXEC mode
Privileged EXEC mode/Global configuration mode
Router IS-IS configuration mode
User EXEC mode
VLAN Interface configuration code
VRF configuration mode
VRF router configuration mode
WLAN Switch Configuration

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Command:accept adv-rtr

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accept adv-rtr
Use a route policy to define how the switch redistributes external routes from a specified source into an OSPF domain. The policy
defines which route types the switch accepts and redistributes.

Syntax
accept adv-rtr <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the IP address.
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Command:accept adv-rtr enable

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accept adv-rtr enable


Create a policy to accept external routes from a specified advertising route.

Syntax
accept adv-rtr <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables an OSPF accept entry for a specified advertising router.
Indicates the OSPF external type. This parameter describes which types of
metric-type OSPF external routes match this entry. any means match all external routes.
{type1|type2|any} type1 means match external type 1 only. type2 means match external type 2
only.
Specifies the name of the route policy to use for filtering external routes
route-policy
<WORD> advertised by the specified advertising router before accepting into the routing
table.
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Command:access-diffserve

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access-diffserve
Configure a port as untrusted to determine the Layer 3 QoS actions the switch performs. An untrusted port overrides DSCP
markings.

Syntax
access-diffserv [port <portList>] [enable]

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
If enabled, specifies an access port and overrides incoming DSCP bits. If disabled,
specifies a core port and honors and handles incoming DSCP bits. The default is
enable disabled. To use the default configuration, use the default option in the command
default access-diffserv [enable] To delete the current configuration, use the no option
in the command no access-diffserv [enable]
port Specifies the slot and port, or slot and port list. To delete the current configuration, use
<portList> the no option in the command no access-diffserv [port <portList>]
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Command:access-policy

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access-policy
Configure the SNMP service in SNMP group access policies if you are upgrading from Release 3.7 or earlier to Release 4.1.x or
later to access the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 using Device Manager.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535>

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
The access-strict mode determines whether or not users with access
levels greater than the one configured for the policy are allowed access.
access-strict For example, if the access-level is set to rw, and access-strict is set, only
users with rw access are given access. If access-strict is not set, both rw
and rwa users are given access.
<ro|rw|rwa> specifies read-only, read-write, and read-write-access
access levels. The access level is the level that a user needs to be
accesslevel
<ro|rw|rwa> granted access. If the user access-level is greater than that configured for
the policy, access is granted, depending on the access-strict parameter
value.
enable Enable the access policy. To disable the access policy, use the no access-
policy <1-65535> enable command.
ftp Enables File Transfer Protocol.
<WORD 0-46> specifies the host IPv4 or IPv6 address. If you configure
host <WORD 0-46> the host address, the policy is only applied if the source IP address
matches the host address.
http Enables Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
mode <allow|deny> The mode determines whether access is allowed or denied.
name <WORD 0-15> <WORD 0-15> specifies a name, which can be a maximum of 15
characters long.
<A.B.C.D> specifies the network IP address, and <X.X.X.X> specifies the
network <A.B.C.D>
<X.X.X.X> subnetwork mask. If you configure the network address, the policy is only
applied if the source IP address matches the network address.
<1-128> specifies the precedence given to this access policy. If more
precedence <1-128> than one policy is matched for an incoming request, the precedence
determines which policy is applied. The lower the precedence, the higher
the priority.
rlogin Enables rlogin access.
<WORD 1-32> adds an SNMP group to the policy. The group name can
be a maximum of 32 characters long. <snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm> specifies
snmp-group <WORD 1-
32> whether to use the SNMPv1 security model, the SNMPv2 security model,
<snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm> or the user-based security model (usm). To delete a group from the
policy, use the no snmp-group <WORD 1-32> <snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm>
command.
snmpv3 Enables SNMPv3 access.
ssh Enables Secure Shell access.
telnet Enables Telnet access.
tftp Enables Trivial File Transfer Protocol access.
username <WORD 0- <WORD 0-30> specifies the trusted host user name, which can be a
30> maximum of 30 characters.
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Command:access-policy access-restrict

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access-policy access-restrict
Configure an access policy to control access to the switch.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> [access-strict] [accesslevel <ro|rwa|rw>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
If this parameter is activated, only the current configuration for access level is accepted.
access- If this parameter is disabled, access is limited up to the level configured. Use the no
strict operator to remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
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Command:access-policy by-mac

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access-policy by-mac
Configure access-policies by MAC address to allow or deny local MAC addresses on the network management port after an access
policy is activated.

Syntax
access-policy by-mac <0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00> action <allow|deny>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00: Adds a MAC address to the policy. Specify the MAC address in
0x00:0x00> hexadecimal format.
<allow|deny> Specifies the action to take for the MAC address.
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Command:access-policy enable

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access-policy enable
Enable the access policy globally to control access across the switch.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the access policy globally on the switch.
<1-65535> Specifies the policy ID.
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Command:access-policy ftp

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access-policy ftp
Configure optional access protocols for an access policy on the switch.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> [ftp] [http] [ssh] [telnet] [tftp]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Activates or disables FTP for the specified policy. Because FTP derives its logon or
password from the CLI management filters, FTP works for the logins read-write-only
ftp (rwo) and read-write (rw); however, it does not work for the login read-only (ro). Use
the no operator to remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use
the default operator with the command.
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Command:access-policy host

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access-policy host
Configure optional rlogin access for an access policy on the switch.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> host <word> rlogin username <word>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
host <word> For rlogin access, specifies the trusted host address as an IP address.
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Command:access-policy mode network
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access-policy mode network precedence


Configure the access policy mode, network and precedence on the switch.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> [mode <allow|deny>] [network <A.B.C.D>] [precedence <1-128>]

Default
The default is allow.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mode Specifies whether this network address is allowed or denied access through the
<allow|deny> specified access service. The default is allow.
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Command:access-policy name

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access-policy name
Assign a name to the access policy to uniquely identify the policy.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> name <word>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
name <word> Specifies a name using a string from 015 characters.
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Command:access-policy snmp-group

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access-policy snmp-group
Configure optional SNMP parameters for an access policy on the switch.

Syntax
access-policy <1-65535> [snmp-group <word> <snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm>] [snmpv3]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Adds snmp-v3 group under this access policy. word is the snmp-v3 group
snmp-group <word> name of 132 characters. <snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm> is the security model
<snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm> {snmpv1|snmpv2c|usm}. Use the no operator to remove this
configuration.
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Command:action flushIp

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action flushIp
Use this command to flush the routing tables for administrative and troubleshooting purposes.To flush tables on a VRF instance for
a port or VLAN, ensure that the VRF is associated with the port or VLAN.

Syntax
action flushIp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
flushIp Flushes the IP routing tables by port.
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Command:action triggerRipUpdate

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action triggerRipUpdate
Force RIP to update the routing table so that the port or VLAN uses the latest routing information.

Syntax
action triggerRipUpdate

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:aggregate-address as-set

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aggregate-address as-set
Adds or deletes an aggregate address in a BGP routing table.

Syntax
aggregate-address <prefix/len> [as-set] [summary-only] [suppress-map <WORD 0-1536>]
[advertise-map <WORD 0-1536>] [attribute-map <WORD 0-1536>]

Default
The default value is disable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<prefix/len> Specifies the IP address and an integer value (between 0 and 32).
as-set Enables autonomous system information.
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area import
Import information from other areas to learn their OSPF relationships and create normal, stubby, or not-so-stubby areas (NSSA).
Place stubby or NSSAs at the edge of an OSPF routing domain.

Syntax
area <A.B.C.D> import <external|noexternal|nssa>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the type of area:external-Stub and NSSA (not so stubby
import
<external|noexternal|nssa> area). are both false noexternal-Configures the area as stub area.
nssa-Configures the area as NSSA.
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area range
Use aggregate area ranges to reduce the number of link-state advertisements that are required within the area. You can also
control advertisements.

Syntax
area range <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D/0-32> <summary-link|nssa-extlink>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> identifies an OSPF area and <A.B.C.D/0-32> is the IP address
<A.B.C.D/0-32> and subnet mask of the range, respectively.
<summary- Specifies the LSA type. If you configure the range as type nssa-extlink then
link|nssa-
extlink> you cannot configure the advertise-metric.
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area virtual-link
Use manual virtual interfaces to provide a backup link for vital OSPF traffic with a minimum of resource use.

Syntax
area virtual-link <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<cr> Creates a virtual interface area identifier. <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> specify the area ID and
the virtual interface ID, respectively.
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area virtual-link message-digest-key


Configure an MD5 key for the virtual interface.

Syntax
area virtual-link message-digest-key <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D/0-32> <1-255> md5-key <WORD>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Adds an MD5 key to the interface. At most, you can configure two MD5 keys to an
<A.B.C.D/0- interface. <A.B.C.D> identifies an OSPF area. <A.B.C.D/0-32> is the IP address
32> <1-255>
md5-key <WORD and subnet mask of the range. <1-255> is the ID for the message digest key
0-16> <WORD 0-16> is an alphanumeric password of up to 16 characters
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Command:auto-negotiate enable

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auto-negotiate enable
Enable AutoNegotiation on the Ethernet port to optimally operate on the network.

Syntax
auto-negotiate enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables or disables AutoNegotiation for the port or other ports of
the module or both.
port {slot/port[-
slot/port][,...]} Specifies the slot and the port.
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Command:auto-negotiation-
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auto-negotiation-advertisements
Configure autonegotiation advertisements after enabling autonegotiation.

Syntax
auto-negotiation-advertisements <10-full|10-half|100-full|100-half|1000-full|1000-
half|none>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
10-full Advertises 10mbps full duplex.
10-half Advertises 10mbps half duplex.
100-full Advertises 100mbps full duplex.
100-half Advertises 100mbps half duplex.
1000-full Advertises 1000mbps full duplex.
1000-half Advertises 1000mbps half duplex.
none Sets the value to none.
port {slot/port[-slot/port][,...]} Specifies the slot and the port.
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auto-peer-restart enable
Enables the process that automatically restarts a connection to a BGP neighbor.

Syntax
auto-peer-restart enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the process that automatically restarts a connection to a BGP neighbor.
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Command:auto-recover-port port
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auto-recover-port port enable


Enable or disable autorecovery on a port.

Syntax
auto-recover-port [port <portList>] [enable]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables spoof detection on the port.
<portList> Specifies the port list.
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auto-summary
Summarize networks based on class limits after BGP is enabled. (For example, Class A, B, C networks).

Syntax
auto-summary

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
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Command:auto-vlink

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auto-vlink
Use automatic virtual links to provide an automatic, dynamic backup link for vital OSPF traffic. Automatic virtual links require more
system resources than manually configured virtual links.

Syntax
auto-vlink

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:bandwidth-limit

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bandwidth-limit
Configure broadcast and multicast bandwidth limiting to restrict the amount of ingress broadcast and multicast traffic on a port.
The switch drops traffic that violates the bandwidth limit.

Syntax
bandwidth-limit [port <portList>] broadcast <250-2147483647>

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the bandwidth limit for broadcast traffic from 2502147483647 Kb/s. To
broadcast delete the current configuration, use the no option in the command: no bandwidth-
<250-
2147483647> limit [port <portList>] broadcast To use the default configuration, use the default
option in the command: default bandwidth-limit broadcast.
Specifies the slot and port, or a list of slots and ports. To delete the current
port configuration, use the no option in the command: no bandwidth-limit port <portList>
<portList> To use the default configuration, use the default option in the command: default
bandwidth-limit port <portList>
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banner
Configure the ACLI logon banner to display a warning message to users before authentication.

Syntax
banner <custom|static>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
custom|static Activates or disables using the default banner.
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bgp
Configure the IP BGP configuration commands.

Syntax
bgp aggregation enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
aggregation enable Enables or disables the aggregation feature on this interface.
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boot
Boot the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 with the new boot-monitor image.

Syntax
boot /flash/p80b5000.img

Default
None

Command mode
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boot config
System logs are a valuable diagnostic tool. You can send log messages to a PCMCIA card for later retrieval.

Syntax
boot config flags logging

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables or disables logging to a PCMCIA card. The log file is named using an 8.3
(xxxxxxxx.sss) format. The first six characters of the file name contain the last three
bytes of the chassis base MAC address. The next two characters specify the slot number
flags
logging of the SF/CPU that generated the logs. The last three characters denote the sequence
number of the log file. Multiple sequence numbers are generated for the same chassis
and same slot, if the SF/CPU is replaced, reinserted, or if the maximum log file size is
reached.
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boot config bootp


Set the location for the R or RS module driver image for the BootStrap protocol.

Syntax
boot config bootp <Primary|Secondary> <WORD 0-127> <1-10>

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<primary|secondary> WORD Sets the primary or the secondary image name with a string length
0-127 of 0 to 127.
<1-10> Specifies the slot number in the range of 1 to 10.
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boot config bootp primary


Ensure that the switch uses the correct R and RS module driver files from the flash memory (repeat for each slot).

Syntax
boot config bootp Primary default <1-4,7-10>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the slots that have installed R or RS modules.
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boot config choice


Change the boot source order to display or change the order in which the boot sources (flash and PCMCIA card) are accessed.

Syntax
boot config choice <primary|secondary|tertiary> [config-file <WORD 0-255>|backup-config-
file <WORD 0-255>|image-file <WORD 0-255>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Identifies the backup boot configuration file. file is the device
backup-config-file <file> and file name, up to 255 characters including the path. To set
this option to the default value, use the default operator with
the command.
Lists the order in which the specified boot devices are accessed
<primary|secondary|tertiary> after you reboot the switch. The default order is to access the
PCMCIA card first, and then the onboard flash.
<primary|secondary|tertiary> Specifies the boot choice as one of the following:primary
secondary tertiary
config file <Word 0-255> Sets run-time configuration file to load.
backup-config-file <Word 0-
255> Sets run-time backup configuration file to load.
image-file <Word 0-255> Sets run-time image to load.
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boot config choice primary image-file


Configure the boot source to point to the new runtime image file (p80a5000.img).

Syntax
boot config choice primary image-file /flash/p80a5000.img

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
image-file Sets run-time image to load.
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boot config cli


Configure the boot monitor to configure connection settings for ACLI sessions.

Syntax
boot config cli [more]

Default
The default value is true.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures scrolling for the output display. The default is true. Use the no operator to
more remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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boot config delay


Configure the standby-to-master delay to set the number of seconds a standby SF/CPU waits before trying to become the master
SF/CPU.

Syntax
boot config delay <seconds>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
delay <seconds> Sets the slave delay time in seconds. The value ranges from 0 to 255.
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Command:boot config flags

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boot config flags


Set the system flags to enable flags for specific configuration settings. Enable FTP and TFTP to use these protocols on the Avaya
Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600. You can use FTP or TFTP servers to store upgrade files. To save a file to a Secondary
SF/CPU, enable TFTP on the Secondary SF/CPU. Reboot the switch to enable FTP or TFTP.

Syntax
boot config flags

Default
Default values updated along with the variables in the parameters table.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
8100-mode Turns the flag ON or OFF. The default value is false.
8616-reautoneg Permits 8616 modules to reautonegotiate when connected to a Multiservice
Switch 15000. The default value is false.
Activates the alternate LED behavior. The default is disabled. If you change
alt-led this parameter, you must reset the switch. The default is false.Important
For internal Avaya use only. Do not change this parameter unless directed
by Avaya.
Enables the switch automatically runs the run-time image after reset. When
autoboot disabled, the boot process stops at the boot monitor prompt. Configuring
autoboot to false is useful for some debugging tasks. The default is
enabled. If you change this parameter, you must reset the switch.
block-snmp When enabled, blocks Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
management. The default is disabled.
When enabled, prevents the secondary SF/CPU in warm standby mode
block-warmstandby- from becoming the primary SF/CPU when the primary SF/CPU is reset. The
switchover default is disabled. If you change this parameter, you must reset the
switch.
Activates or disables Daylight Saving Time (DST) for the switch. After
daylight-saving-
time enabling, set the DST settings with the config bootconfig tz command. The
default is disabled.
Activates or disables run-time debugging of the configuration file. When
debug-config enabled, the line by line processing of the configuration file is displayed on
the console when the SF/CPU is initializing. The default is disabled. If you
change this parameter, you must reset the switch.
Controls whether the switch stops in debug mode following a fatal error.
Debug mode provides information equivalent to the trace commands. After
the flag is activated, the switch does not reboot following a fatal error.
debugmode After the flag is disabled, the switch automatically reboots following a fatal
error. The default is disabled. If you change this parameter, you must reset
the switch. Important For internal Avaya use only. Do not change this
parameter unless directed by Avaya.
Activates the ability to mirror egress traffic for E and M modules. The
egress-mirror default is activated. If you change this parameter, you must reset the
switch.
Specifies whether the switch boots with the factory defaults. The default is
factorydefaults disabled. This flag is automatically set back to the default setting after the
CPU turn on. If you change this parameter, you must reset the switch.
ftpd Enables FTP server.
ha-cpu Enables high availability of the CPU.
Activates or disables High Secure mode in the switch. This flag introduces
the following behaviors for the password: 10 characters enforcement, aging
time, limitation of failed logon attempts, and a protection mechanism to
hsecure filter certain IP addresses. The default is false. After you enable High
Secure mode, you must reset the switch to enforce secure passwords. In
High Secure mode, a user with an invalid-length password is prompted to
change their password.
Activates or disables system logging to a file on the PCMCIA, if present.
The default is true. The log file is named using an 8.3 (xxxxxxxx.sss)
format. The first 6 characters of the file name contain the last three bytes
logging of the chassis base MAC address. The next two characters specify the slot
number of the CPU that generated the logs. The last three characters
denote the sequence number of the log file. Multiple sequence numbers are
generated for the same chassis and same slot, if the CPU is replaced,
reinserted, or if the maximum log file size is reached.
Permits or prevents the mezzanine card from booting when it is present on
a SF/CPU card. The SuperMezz configuration must be identical on a dual
mezz CPU chassis: both CPUs have a SuperMezz or both CPUs are without a
SuperMezz. The default is enabled. If you change this parameter, you must
reset the switch. Before you reset the switch with this parameter enabled,
the SuperMezz image must be present on the switch.
Configures the switch to use ACLI or CLI mode. After you change this
acli parameter, you must restart the system for the change to take effect. The
default is true.
Activates or disables automatic reboot on a fatal error. The default is
reboot activated. This command is equivalent to the debugmode command. If you
change this parameter, you must reset the switch. Important For internal
Avaya use only. Do not change this parameter unless directed by Avaya.
rlogind Enables the rlogin or the rsh server.
Activates or disables the ability to save the configuration or boot
savetostandby configuration file automatically to the standby SF/CPU. The default is
disabled. If you have a dual SF/CPU system, Avaya recommends that you
enable this flag for ease of operation.
Selects the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP), Rapid Spanning Tree
Protocol (RSTP), or default (legacy) spanning tree modes. If you do not
spanning-tree-mode
<mstp|rstp|default> specify a protocol, the switch uses the default. If you change this
parameter, you must save the current configuration and reset the switch.
The default is rstp.
sshd Enables the ssh daemon.
Activates or disables TFTP server service. The default is disabled. Note that
tftpd when the TFTP server is disabled you can still copy files between the
SF/CPUs.
telnetd Enables the Telnet server.
Activates or disables the creation of trace logs. The default is disabled.
trace-logging Important For internal Avaya use only. Do not change this parameter
unless directed by Avaya.
Activates syntax checking of the configuration file. If a syntax error is
found, the factory default configuration file is loaded. When set to false,
verify-config syntax errors are logged and the SF/CPU continues to source the
configuration file. The default is true. Avaya recommends that you change
this flag to false. If you change this parameter, you must reset the switch.
Activates or disables the hardware watchdog timer, which monitors a
hardware circuit. The watchdog timer reboots the switch based on software
wdt errors. The default for this command is activated. If you change this
parameter, you must reset the switch. Important For internal Avaya use
only. Do not change this parameter unless directed by Avaya.
ftpd Enables the FTP server.
tftpd Enables the TFTP server.
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Command:boot config flags 8616-
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boot config flags 8616-reautoneg


Configure 8616 module after enabling the autonegotiation.

Syntax
boot config flags 8616-reautoneg

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
8616- Enables reautonegotiation for 8616 modules. Reautonegotiation permits 8616 modules to
reautoneg reautonegotiate when connected to a Multiservice Switch 15000.
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boot config flags access-service


Enable the remote access service to provide multiple methods of remote access.

Syntax
boot config flags <access-service>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
access- Specifies one of the following remote-access service types to enable:ftpd rlogind
service sshd telnetd tftpd
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boot config flags block-snmp


Disable SNMP by using the SNMP block flag.

Syntax
boot config flags block-snmp

Default
By default, SNMP access is enabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
block- Turns the flag on or off. Use the no operator to remove this configuration. The default is
snmp off. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:boot config flags
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boot config flags factorydefaults


Modify the boot sequence to prevent the switch from using the factory default settings or, conversely, to prevent loading a saved
configuration file.

Syntax
boot config flags factorydefaults

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
factorydefaults Sets the runtime switch configuration to factory defaults.
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boot config flags ftpd


Enable the remote access service to provide multiple methods of remote access.

Syntax
boot config flags ftpd

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ftpd Enables ftp remote access server.
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boot config flags ha-cpu


Enable the CPU high availability mode to allow the switch to recover quickly from a failure of one of the SF/CPUs. boot config flags
ha-cpu

Syntax
boot config flags ha-cpu

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ha-cpu -
ha-cpu Activates or disables High Availability (HA) mode. Switches with two SF/CPUs use HA
mode to recover quickly from a failure of one of the SF/CPUs.
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Command:boot config flags spanning-
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boot config flags spanning-tree-mode


Configure the STP mode to set the spanning tree mode on the switch.

Syntax
boot config flags spanning-tree-mode {rstp|mstp}

Default
RSTP

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
rstp|mstp Specifies the Spanning Tree modes as Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) or Multiple
Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP).
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boot config flags sshd


Enable the SSH server to provide secure communications for accessing the switch.

Syntax
boot config flags sshd

Default
None

Command mode
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boot config host


Configure the remote host logon to modify parameters for FTP and TFTP access. Use the default parameters for TFTP transfers. If
you want to use FTP as the transfer mechanism, you must change the password to a valid value.

Syntax
boot config host

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Activates or disables debug mode on FTP. If you enable debug mode, debug messages
ftp- display on the management console screen. The default is disabled. Use the no operator
debug to remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
Configures the password to enable FTP transfers. value is the password, up to 16
characters long. After this password is configured, you can use only FTP for remote host
password logon. Important This password must match the password set for the FTP server, or the
<value> FTP operation fails. Also, if the password is set to a nonnull value, all copying to and
from the network uses FTP instead of TFTP. If the user name or password is incorrect,
copying over the network fails.
Activates or disables debug mode on TFTP/TFTPD. If you enable debug mode, debug
tftp- messages display on the management console screen. The default is disabled. Use the
debug no operator to remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
Activates or disables the TFTP hash bucket display. The default is disabled. Use the no
tftp-
hash operator to remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
tftp- Configures the TFTP retransmission timeout. The default value is 2 seconds. seconds is
rexmit the number of seconds (1120). To set this option to the default value, use the default
<seconds> operator with the command.
tftp- Configures the TFTP timeout. The default value is 10 seconds. seconds is the number of
timeout seconds (1120). To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with
<seconds> the command.
user Configures the remote user logon. value is the user logon name, up to 16 characters
<value> long. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
ftp- Enables or disables debug mode on FTP. If you enable debug mode, debug messages
debug appear on the management console screen.
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Command:boot config master

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boot config master


Specify the master SF/CPU to determine which SF/CPU becomes the master after the switch performs a full power cycle only.

Syntax
boot config master <cpu-slot>

Default
The default slot is 5.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<cpu-slot> Specifies the slot number for the primary SF/CPU. This variable can be 5 or 6.
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Command:boot config mezz-image

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boot config mezz-image


Set the boot source location for the SuperMezz image.

Syntax
boot config mezz-image image-name <Word 0-256>

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
image-name <Word 0-256> Specifies the Mezz-image file name with a string length of 0 to 256.
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Command:boot config mezz-image
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boot config mezz-image image-name


Load the new Mezz image from the flash to the switch.

Syntax
boot config mezz-image image-name /flash/p80m5000.img

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:boot config net

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boot config net


Configure the network port devices to define connection settings for the port.

Syntax
boot config net <cpu-network-port>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<cpu-network-port> Identifies the port using one of the following:mgmt cpu2cpu pccard
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Command:boot config net mgmt ip

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boot config net mgmt ip


Assign an IP address to the management port to use it for out-of-band (OOB) management.

Syntax
boot config net mgmt ip <ipaddr> <mask> <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ipaddr> Specifies the IP address and subnet mask of the management port (For example,
<mask> 10.127.231.15 255.255.255.0).
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Command:boot config net mgmt route

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boot config net mgmt route


Assign a static route to specify a gateway address route for the management interface. You can specify up to four static routes for
the management interface.

Syntax
boot config net mgmt route <netaddr/mask> <gateway>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
gateway Configures the IP address of the default gateway.
netaddr/mask Configures the IP address and mask of the destination network in the formats
a.b.c.d/x | a.b.c.d/x.x.x.x | default.
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Command:boot config sio modem

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boot config sio modem


Connect a modem to an Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 to establish a connection with the switch. You can configure
the modem port first using another type of connection, such as a terminal connection, to the ACLI.

Syntax
boot config sio modem 8databits

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
8databits Specifies either 8 (enabled) or 7 (disabled) data bits for each byte for software to
interpret.
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Command:boot config tz

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boot config tz
Configure the time zone to specify the time zone for your location and configure settings for Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Syntax
boot config tz

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the ending date of daylight saving time. You can specify the
time in one of the two ways: Mm.n.d/hhmm specifies an hour on the
dst-end nth occurrence of a weekday in a month. For example, M10.5.0/0200
<Mm.n.d/hhmm|MMddhhmm> means the fifth occurrence of Sunday in the tenth month (October) at
2:00 a.m. MMddhhmm specifies a month, day, hour, and minute. For
example, 10310200 means October 31 at 2:00 a.m.
Configures an abbreviated name for the local daylight saving time zone.
dst-name <dstname> dstname is the name (for example, pdt is Pacific Daylight Time). To set
this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
Configures the daylight saving adjustment in minutes or hours:minutes.
dst-offset The values range from 4:0 to 4:0 for hours:minutes and from 240 to
<minutes|hh:mm> 240 for minutes. The default is 60. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the starting date of daylight saving time. Mm.n.d/hhmm
specifies an hour on the nth occurrence of a weekday in a month. For
dst-start example, M10.5.0/0200 means the fifth occurrence of Sunday in the
<Mm.n.d/hhmm|MMddhhmm> tenth month (October) at 2:00 a.m. MMddhhmm specifies a month,
day, hour, and minute. For example, 10310200 means October 31 at
2:00 a.m.
Configures an abbreviated name for the local time zone name. tz is the
name <tz> name (for example "pst" is Pacific Standard Time). To set this option to
the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the time zone offset in minutes or hours:minutes to subtract
from Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), where positive numbers mean
offset-from-utc west of Greenwich and negative numbers mean east of Greenwich. The
<minutes|hh:mm> values range from 14:0 to 14:0 for hours:minutes and from 840 to
840 for minutes. The default value is 0. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the ending date of DST. You can specify the time in one of
two ways: Mm.n.d/hhmm specifies an hour on the nth occurrence of a
dst-end weekday in a month. For example, M10.5.0/0200 means the fifth
<Mm.n.d/hhmm|MMddhhmm> occurrence of Sunday in the tenth month (October) at 2:00 a.m.
MMddhhmm specifies a month, day, hour, and minute. For example,
10310200 means October31 at 2:00 a.m.
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Command:boot file config value

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boot file config value


Reboot the switch to implement configuration changes or recover from a system failure.

Syntax
boot [<file>] [config <value>] [-y]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the software image device and file name in the format: [a.b.c.d:]<file>
file /pcmcia/<file> /flash/<file>. The file name, including the directory structure, can include
up to 99 characters.
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Command:brouter port

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brouter port
Configure Ethernet ports on the Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 to assign one of two port types: access or trunk.

Syntax
brouter port <portList> [vlan <1-4094>] [subnet <A.B.C.D/0-32>] [mac_offset <0-65535>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mac_offset <0- mac_offset is a user-assigned MAC address that you can use in place of the
65535> default MAC address.
subnet
<A.B.C.D/0-32> Specifies the IP address and subnet mask.
port <portList> Indicates the slot and port number of the port you are configuring.
vlan <1-4094> Specifies the VLAN ID.
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Command:cfm ethertype

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cfm ethertype
Use this command to configure the CFM ethertype.

Syntax
cfm ethertype <ethertype>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:cfm maintenance-
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cfm maintenance-association
Create the CFM MA.

Syntax
cfm maintenance-association <md-name> <ma-name> [index <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
index <value> Specifies a maintenance association entry index. Range is 12147483647.
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Command:cfm maintenance-domain

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cfm maintenance-domain
Create the CFM MD.

Syntax
cfm maintenance-domain <md-name> create [index <value>] [maint-level <value>] [level
<value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
index <value> Specifies a maintenance domain entry index. Range is 12147483647.
maint-level <value> Specifies the MD maintenance level when creating the MD. Range is 07.
level <value> Modifies the MD maintenance level for an existing MD. Range is 07.
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Command:cfm maintenance-endpoint

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cfm maintenance-endpoint
Create the CFM MEP.

Syntax
cfm maintenance-endpoint <md-name> <ma-name> <mepID> [state {enable|disable}]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
<mepID> Specifies the MEP ID. Range is 18191.
state {enable|disable} Enables or disables the MEP when creating the MEP.
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Command:clear filter

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clear filter
Clear ACE for each-port statistics.

Syntax
clear filter acl statistics port[<1-4096>][<portList>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[<1-4096>] Specifies the ACL ID.
[<portList>] Specifies the ports for which you want to see statistics.
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Command:clear filter acl

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clear filter acl


Clear default ACL statistics if you no longer require previous statistics.

Syntax
clear filter acl statistics default[<1-4096>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[<1-4096>] Specifies the ACL identifier.
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Command:clear ip arp interface

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clear ip arp interface


Clear the ARP cache as part of ARP problem resolution procedures.

Syntax
clear ip arp interface [fastethernet|gigabitethernet|vlan<1-4094>] <portList>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
interface-id ID of the interface.
interface-type Type of interface, either a port or a VLAN.
<fastethernet|gigabitethernet|vlan <1-4094> Specifies the interface to be cleared.
portlist Specifies the port number.
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Command:clear ip igmp igap-counters

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clear ip igmp igap-counters


Clear IGAP counters on an interface or a VLAN to enable authentication and accounting process for the other multicast groups.

Syntax
clear ip igmp igap-counters [vlan <1-4094>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-4094> Specifies the VLAN ID. The value ranges from 1 to 4094.
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Command:clear ip ipfix

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clear ip ipfix
Clear the exporter and hash statistics configuration on the specified slot.

Syntax
clear ip ipfix {[stats [slots]]}

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
stats [slots] Clears the statistics on the specifies slot.
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Command:clear ip msdp peer

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clear ip msdp peer


Clear the peer connection to clear the TCP connection to the specified MSDP peer, and reset all MSDP message counters.

Syntax
clear ip msdp peer <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the MSDP peer.
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Command:clear ip msdp sa-cache

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clear ip msdp sa-cache


Clear the SA cache to clear the SA entries the router learns from all peers or a specific peer.

Syntax
clear ip msdp sa-cache [group <A.B.C.D>] [peer <A.B.C.D>] [rp <A.B.C.D>] [source
<A.B.C.D>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
group
<A.B.C.D> Optionally, clears the SA entries that match the specified group range.

peer <A.B.C.D> Optionally, clears only the entries the router learns from the peer address you
specify.
rp <A.B.C.D> Optionally, clears the SA cache entries that match the specified RP address.
source
<A.B.C.D> Optionally, clears the SA cache entries that match the specified source range.
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Command:clear ip msdp statistics

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clear ip msdp statistics


Clear statistics counters for one or all of the Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP) peers without resetting the sessions.

Syntax
clear ip msdp statistics {A.B.C.D}

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
peer address {A.B.C.D} The IP address of the MSDP peer.
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Command:clear ip route interface

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clear ip route interface


Clear the routing table.

Syntax
clear ip route interface [fastethernet|gigabitethernet|vlan <1-4094>]<portList>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear ip traffic-filter

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clear ip traffic-filter
Clear traffic filter statistics to delete statistics you no longer require.

Syntax
clear ip traffic-filter-statistics [<1-4096>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-4096> Specifies the filter ID.
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Command:clear ipv6 vrrp

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clear ipv6 vrrp


Use this command to clear IPv6 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) statistics.

Syntax
clear ipv6 vrrp {fastethernet <slot|port>| gigabitethernet <slot|port>| vlan <vid>} vrid
<value>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{fastethernet <slot|port>|gigabitethernet Specifies the port or VLAN for which
<slot|port>|vlan <vid>} to clear statistics.
[vrid <1255>] Specifies the virtual router ID.
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Command:clear isis lsdb

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clear isis lsdb


Clear the IS-IS Link State Database (LSDB).

Syntax
clear isis lsdb

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear isis stats

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clear isis stats


Clear the statistics collected for IS-IS.

Syntax
clear isis stats [error-counters][packet-counters]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[error-counters] Clears the error count statistics.
[packet-counters] Clears the packet count statistics.
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Command:clear khi all

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clear khi all


Use this command to clear all KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi all

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi chassis

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clear khi chassis


Use this command to clear chassis KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi chassis

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi forwarding

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clear khi forwarding


Use this command to clear the forwarding KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi forwarding

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi ip

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clear khi ip
Use this command to clear IP interface KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi ip

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi log

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clear khi log


Use this command to clear the KHI log.

Syntax
clear khi log

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi performance

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clear khi performance


Use this command to clear performance KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi performance

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi port

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clear khi port


Use this command to clear port KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi port

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear khi protocol

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clear khi protocol


Use this command to clear protocol KHI statistics.

Syntax
clear khi protocol

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear radius statistics

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clear radius statistics


Clear server statistics.

Syntax
clear radius statistics

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:clear wireless-switch mac-
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clear wireless-switch mac-address-entry


Clears information for all of the FDB entries configured on this switch or for a specific MAC address or VLAN ID.

Syntax
clear wireless-switch mac-address-entry [vid <value>] [mac <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[vid Clears information for all of the FDB entries configured on this switch or for a specific
<value>] VLAN ID.
[mac Clears information for all of the FDB entries configured on this switch or for a specific
<value>] MAC address.
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Command:clear wireless-switch
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clear wireless-switch statistics


Clears all the tunnel statistics on the switch or for a specific tunnel.

Syntax
clear wireless-switch statistics [<tunnelIdList>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<tunnelIntfId> Clears all the tunnel statistics on the switch or for a specific tunnel.
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Command:clilog

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clilog
When enabled, ACLI logging keeps track of all command line interface commands executed on the switch. Use ACLI logging for
fault management purposes.

Syntax
clilog enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables ACLI logging. To disable, use the no clilog enable command.
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clilog enable
Configure logging of ACLI commands to the file clilog.txt on the PCMCIA. You can enable command logging to keep track of the
commands a user enters during a logon session.

Syntax
clilog enable [maxfilesize <integer>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Activates ACLI logging to the file clilog.txt on the PCMCIA, To disable ACLI logging, use
the no form of the command, no clilog enable.
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Command:cli password

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cli password
Change passwords after an upgrade to maintain the highest security levels.

Syntax
cli password <WORD 1-20> read-only

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
read-write-access
<WORD 0-20> Changes the read-write access logon or password or both.
Word <1-20> Specifies the logon user name.
read-only Change read only logon ID and password or both. For more password
options, enter cli password <WORD 1-20> ?
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Command:clock set

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clock set
Configure the calendar time in the form of month, day, year, hour, minute, and second.

Syntax
clock set <MMddyyyyhhmmss>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<MMddyyyyhhmmss> Specifies the format of date in the form of month, day, and year and time in
the form of hours, minutes, and seconds.
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Command:clock source

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clock source
Configure the clock source type in WAN modules.

Syntax
clock source <internal|line>

Default
The default value is internal.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
internal This mode uses the recovered Receive (Rx) clock to generate the Tx clock.
line This mode uses the onboard oscillator to generate the transmit (Tx) clock. Only
applicable to WAN 10 Gbit/s ports.
port
[portlist] Specifies the slot and the port number.
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Command:clock sync-time

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clock sync-time
Configure the regular interval to synchronize the real-time and system clocks.

Syntax
clock sync-time <15-3600>

Default
The default value is 60.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
sync- Configures the real-time clock to the system clock synchronization time in minutes. <15-
time 3600> specifies the number of minutes between synchronization. The switch generates
<15- log messages if the drift between the real-time clock and the system clock is more than 5
3600> seconds.
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Command:comp-bestpath-med-confed

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comp-bestpath-med-confed
When enabled, compares multiexit discriminator (MED) attributes within a confederation.

Syntax
comp-bestpath-med-confed enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables and compares multiexit discriminator attributes within a BGP confederation.
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Command:copy

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copy
Copy packets to a remote machine, or the switch flash or PCMCIA. If PCAP is used with autosave disabled, captured packets are
stored in the Secondary SF/CPU DRAM buffer. Copy files to a safe place. Copy files as part of an upgrade procedure to back up
files or to move files to another location.

Syntax
copy <file WORD 1-99> <file WORD 1-99>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies pcmcia, flash, or an IP host by IP address and specifies the PCAP file (.cap).
<WORD 1- Formats include:a.b.c.d:<file> /pcmcia/<file> /flash/<file> /{wsm|sam} <1-10> [<dst-
99> target>] where dst-target is {image1|image2|boot|cfg} for the WSM or {image|cfg} for
the SAM.
Word <1- Specifies the source file to be copied.
99>
Word <1- Specifies the destination file.
99>
file
WORD 1- Specifies the source file name to be copied.
99
file
WORD 1- Specifies the destination file name.
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Command:copy srcfile destfile

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copy srcfile destfile


Install a license file on an Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 to enable licensed features.

Syntax
copy <a.b.c.d>:<srcfile> /flash/<destfile>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<a.b.c.d> Specifies the IP address of the TFTP server where the license file is to be copied from.
Specifies the name of the license file when copied to the flash. The destination file
<destfile> name must be lower case and have a file extension of .dat. For example,
bld100_8610adv.dat or license.dat.
<srcfile> Specifies the name of the license file on the TFTP server. For example,
bld100_8610adv.lic or license.dat.
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Command:cp-limit port multicast-limit

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cp-limit port multicast-limit


Configure the CP Limit functionality to protect the switch from becoming congested by an excess of data flowing through one or
more ports.

Syntax
cp-limit port [multicast-limit <value>] [broadcast-limit <value>]

Default
The default is 1500.

Command mode
FastEthernet or GigabitEthernet Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
multicast- Configures the multicast control frame rate. The range is 1000100000 pps. To set
limit
<value> this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.

port Specifies a port or list of ports. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
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Command:csnp-interval

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csnp-interval
Specify the Complete Sequence Number Packet (CSNP) interval in seconds. This is a system level parameter that applies for L1
CSNP generation on all interfaces.

Syntax
[no] [default] csnp-interval <csnp-interval>

Default
Default value is 10.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 10.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default of 10.
<csnp- Specifies the CSNP interval in seconds. This is a system level parameter that applies for
interval> L1 CSNP generation on all interfaces. Range is 1600.
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Command:debug ip pim

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debug ip pim
Use PIM traces to aid in PIM troubleshooting.

Syntax
debug ip pim pimdbgtrace

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
pimdbgtrace Enables or disables PIM debug traces.
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Command:debug-screen

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debug-screen
Displays debug messages on the console, or saves them in a log file.

Syntax
debug-screen <off|on>

Default
The default value is off.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<on|off> Disable BGP screen logging (off) or enable BGP screen logging (on).
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Command:debug spbm isis recompute-
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debug spbm isis recompute-fib


Trigger an spf recomputation without download.

Syntax
debug spbm isis recompute-fib

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:debug spbm isis recompute-
fib-download

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debug spbm isis recompute-fib-download


Trigger an spf recomputation with download.

Syntax
debug spbm isis recompute-fib-download

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:debug spbm l2vpn action-
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debug spbm l2vpn action-call


Debug function to call an internal function with the index value.

Syntax
debug spbm l2vpn action-call index <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
index <value> Enter an index value of 114.
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Command:debug spbm l2vpn event-
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debug spbm l2vpn event-notify


Debug function to trigger an event to the internal L2VPN FSM.

Syntax
debug spbm l2vpn event-notify event <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
event <value> Enter an event value, range of 08.
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Command:debug spbm l2vpn fib-
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debug spbm l2vpn fib-update


Debug function to trigger a forced fib update.

Syntax
debug spbm l2vpn fib-update

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:debug spbm l2vpn fib-
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debug spbm l2vpn fib-update-cvlan


Debug function to force a fib update for the specified C VLAN.

Syntax
debug spbm l2vpn fib-update-cvlan c-vid <vid>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
c-vid <vid>] Enter the C VLAN ID, vid range of 1 - 4094.
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Command:default-information

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default-information
Enables the advertisement of a default route to peers, if it is present in the routing table.

Syntax
default-information originate

Default
The default value is disable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
originate Enables the origination default route.
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Command:default ip

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default ip
Syntax
Default
Command mode
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Command:default ip igmp snoop-
querier

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default ip igmp snoop-querier


Sets snoop querier to its default value of disable.

Syntax
Default
The default value is disable.

Command mode
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Command:default ip igmp snoop-
querier-addr

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default ip igmp snoop-querier-addr


Sets the snoop querier address to its default value, which is none.

Syntax
Default
None

Command mode
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Command:default-metric (BGP)

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default-metric (BGP)
Sets a value that is sent to a BGP neighbor to determine the cost of a route a neighbor is using.

Syntax
default-metric <-1-2147483647>

Default
The default value is -1.

Command mode
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Command:default-metric (RIP)

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default-metric (RIP)
Set RIP Default Import Metric. This value is used by rip announce of OSPF internal routes if the policy does not specify metric. 0 is
used for deconfiguration.

Syntax
default-metric <0-15>

Default
The default value is 8.

Command mode
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Command:dir

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dir
View the free space and files in flash memory.

Syntax
dir -l

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
-l Displays all the details of all the files like name, size and time and date of the file
created.
Word <1-
99> Specifies the name of the particular file to view details.
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Command:dos-format

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dos-format
Format the flash or PCMCIA.

Syntax
dos-format [/flash][/pcmcia]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
/flash Formats flash.
/pcmcia Formats PCMCIA.
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Command:dsapssap

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dsapssap
Configure the multiple DSAP and SSAP to create a protocol-based VLAN.

Syntax
dsapssap <0x0-0xffff>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:dump ar

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dump ar
To aid in troubleshooting, a dump of the hardware records from an ingress OctaPID can be captured.

Syntax
dump ar <0-64> <WORD 1-1536> <0-3>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<0-64> Specifies the OctaPID assignment from 1 to 64.
<WORD 1- Specifies a record type in the AR table. Options include vlan, ip_subnet, mac_vlan, mac,
1536> arp, ip, ipmc, ip_filter, protocol, sys_rec, all.
<0-3> Specifies the verbosity from 0 to 3. Higher numbers specify more verbosity.
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Command:dump ercd record

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dump ercd record


Dump a specified Enterprise RSP Control Driver (ERCD) record to view that record.

Syntax
dump ercdRecord {arp <slot> | ip <slot>| ip_subnet <slot/port>| mac <slot>| mac_vlan
<slot/port> | mgid <slot> | protocol <slot/port> | vlan <slot/port>} [verbose <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
arp Specifies ARP ERCD records.
ip Specifies IP ERCD records.
ip-subnet Specifies IP subnet ERCD records.
Specifies MAC ERCD records. Displays the learned MAC entries for the specified
mac port that are present on the COP and the corresponding VLAN record of the
port to check if the MAC entry learned against one port is downloaded properly
to all available slots.
mac_vlan Specifies MAC VLAN ERCD records.
mgid Specifies MGID ERCD records.
protocol Specifies protocol ERCD records.
vlan Specifies VLAN ERCD records. Displays the VLANS to which this port belongs
and the corresponding ingress VLAN records of this port.
<slot> Specifies the slot number to which you send the query.
<slot/port> Specifies the port number {slot/port} for which you get the records.
[verbose<value>] Specifies an expanded display. valueis in the range of 03.
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Command:dump rsp-trace egress-
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dump rsp-trace egress-display-pkt


Display the specific egress or ingress RSP packet.

Syntax
dump rsp-trace egress-display pkt <slot/port> <pkt-id>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<slot/port> Specifies a port in the lane for which to display the trace.
<pkt-id> Specifies the ID as an integar of the packet to display.
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dump rsp-trace ingress-pkt-trace


Dump the RSP Packet Tracing to display the ingress and egress RSP Packet Tracing information that is collected by enabling the
tracing.

Syntax
dump rsp-trace ingress-pkt-trace <slot/port> [<start-pkt><end-pkt>]

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:duplex

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duplex
Configure the duplex mode on the Ethernet module. This is applicable to 10/100/1000 Mbit/s ports.

Syntax
duplex [port <portList>] <half|full>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<half|full> Specifies half- or full-duplex mode. 1 and 10 Gbit/s ports must use full-duplex mode.
port Specifies the slot and the port number.
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Command:eapol enable

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eapol enable
Configure EAPoL on the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600.

Syntax
eapol enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:eapol port

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eapol port
Configure EAPoL on a specific port when you do not want EAPol applied to all of an Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600.

Syntax
eapol port <portlist>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the port or list of ports used by EAPol. Specify the
<portlist> port list using the following format: {slot/port[-slot/port][,
...]}.
max-request <1-10> Maximum EAP requests sent to supplicant before timing out
the session.
quiet-interval <1-65535> Time interval in seconds between authentication failure and
start of a new authentication.
re-authentication enable Enables reauthenticating an existing supplicant at a specified
time interval.
re-authentication-period <1- Time interval in seconds between successive
2147483647> reauthentications.
server-timeout <1-65535> Time in seconds to wait for a response from RADIUS server.
sess-manage-mode enable Enables the port session to be managed by an external
device.
sess-manage-open-immediate Sets the port to be opened immediately after 8021x
enable authentication.
status
{authorized|auto|unauthorized} Set the desired EAP authentication status for this port.

supplicant-timeout <1-65535> Time in seconds to wait for response from supplicant for all
EAP packets except EAP Request/Identity.
traffic-control {in|in-out} Desired level of traffic control of port.
transmit-interval <1-65535> Time in seconds to wait for response from supplicant for
EAP Request/Identity packets.
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eapol sess-manage enable


Enable the device to communicate through EAPoL and globally enable the session management.

Syntax
eapol sess-manage enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
sess-manage enable Enables the session management on EAPoL.
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eapol status
Enable EAPoL on an interface.

Syntax
eapol status {authorized|auto|unauthorized}

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
authorized Specifies the port is always authorized.
auto Specifies that port authorization depends on the results of the EAPoL authentication
by the RADIUS server.
unauthorized Specifies the port is always unauthorized.
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eapol status auto


Configure a port so that it is authenticated automatically

Syntax
eapol status auto

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:eapol status unauthorized

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eapol status unauthorized


Create a RADIUS server that is used by EAPoL.

Syntax
eapol status unauthorized

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:enable

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enable
Enables the WSP. Use the no enable or default enable options to disable the WSP.

Syntax
enable

Default
disable

Command mode
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Command:enable-diffserve

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enable-diffserve
Enable DiffServ so that the switch provides DiffServ-based QoS on that port.

Syntax
enable-diffserv [port <portList>] [enable]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables DiffServ for the specified port. The default is disabled. To use the default
enable configuration, use the default option in the command default enable-diffserv [enable]
To delete the current configuration, use the no option in the command no enable-
diffserv [enable]
port Specifies the slot and port, or slot and port list. To delete the current configuration, use
<portList> the no option in the command no enable-diffserv [port <portList>]
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Command:encapsulation dot1q

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encapsulation dot1q
Enable tagging on the ports before configuring Untagged VLANs.

Syntax
encapsulation dot1q

Default
None

Command mode
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end
Takes you back to the next lowest mode.

Syntax
Default
None

Command mode
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Command:exit

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exit
Takes you back to Priviledged EXEC mode.

Syntax
Default
None

Command mode
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Command:filter acl

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filter acl
Configure access control lists (ACL) to create rules for the ACT.

Syntax
filter acl <1-4096> type <inVlan|outVlan|inPort|outPort> act <1-4096> [pktType <ipv4|ipv6>]
[name <WORD 0-32>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
acl-id Specifies an ACL ID in the range 14096.
act <act-id> Specifies the ACT ID to associate with the ACL.
enable Enables the ACL state along with all of the ACEs below it.
Enable is the default state for the ACL.
name <word> Renames an ACL. To set this option to the default value,
use the default operator with the command.
Configures the packet type for the ACL.Important The
pktType <ipv4|ipv6> pktType field is optional for IPv4 traffic filters. It is required
if you apply the ACL to IPv6 packets. The default is IPv4.
act <1-4096> Specifies an ACT ID from 1 to 4096.
name <WORD 0-32> Specifies an optional descriptive name for the ACL.
type Specifies the ACL type. inVlan and inPort are ingress ACLs,
<inVlan|outVlan|inPort|outPort> and outVlan and outPort are egress ACLs.
<1-4096> Specifies a unique identifier (1 to 4096) for this ACL.
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filter acl ace


Use an access control entry (ACE) to define a packet pattern and the desired behavior for packets that carry the pattern.

Syntax
filter acl ace <1-4096> <1-1000> [name <WORD 0-32]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
name <WORD 0-32> Specifies an optional descriptive name for the ACE that uses 032 characters.
<1-4096> Specifies the ACL ID in the range of 1 to 4096.
<1-1000> Specifies the Access Control Entry (ACE) id in the range of 0 to 1000.
name <WORD 0-32> Specifies the name for the ACE in the range of 0 to 32 characters.
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filter acl ace action


Configure the ACE action mode as deny or permit

Syntax
filter acl ace action <1-4096> <1-1000> {deny|permit} [ipfix |enable|disable]

Default
The default is deny.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-4096> Specifies an ACL ID in the range of 14096.
<1-1000> Specifies an ACE ID in the range of 11000.
{deny|permit} Configures the action mode, and its options update desired action parameters for
access control entries.
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Command:filter acl ace advanced

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filter acl ace advanced


You can use a custom ACE to define your own match patterns.

Syntax
filter acl ace advanced <1-4096> <1-1000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
custom- Creates a custom filter 1:<WORD 0-32> specifies a descriptive name for the pattern
filter1 that uses 032 characters. <eq|le|ge> specifies the operators equal to, less than or
<WORD 0-32> equal to, or greater than or equal to. The ace-op ne does not apply to an ACE
<eq|le|ge>
<WORD 1- pattern. <WORD 1-1024> specifies a hexadecimal number equal to the pattern
1024> template length.
custom-
filter2
<WORD 0-32> Creates custom filter 2.
<eq|le|ge>
<WORD 1-
1024>
custom-
filter3
<WORD 0-32> Creates custom filter 3.
<eq|le|ge>
<WORD 1-
1024>
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Command:filter acl ace arp

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filter acl ace arp


Use ACE ARP entries so that the filter looks for ARP requests or responses.

Syntax
filter acl ace arp <1-4096> <1-1000> operation eq <arprequest|arpresponse>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
operation eq Specifies an ARP operation type of arpRequest or arpResponse. For
<arprequest|arpresponse> ARP, only one operator and attribute exist (eq and operation).
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Command:filter acl ace debug

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filter acl ace debug


Use debug actions to use filters for troubleshooting or monitoring procedures.

Syntax
filter acl ace debug <1-4096> <1-1000> [count enable] [copy-to-primary-cp enable] [copy-
to-secondary-cp enable] [mirror enable] [monitor-dst-ports <portList>] [monitor-dst-vlan
<1-4094>] [monitor-dst-mlt <1-256>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
copy-to- Enables the ability to copy matching packets to the primary (Master) CPU. The default
primary- is disabled. To use the default configuration, use the default option in the command
cp enable default filter acl ace debug <1-4096> <1-1000> copy-to-primary-cp enable
Enables the ability to copy matching packets to the secondary (Standby) CPU. The
copy-to- default is disabled. To use the default configuration, use the default option in the
secondary-
cp enable command default filter acl ace debug <1-4096> <1-1000> copy-to-secondary-cp
enable
Enables the ability to count matching packets. The default is disabled. To use the
count
enable default configuration, use the default option in the command default filter acl ace
debug <1-4096> <1-1000> count enable
Enables mirroring. If you enable mirroring, ensure that you configure the appropriate
parameters: For R and RS modules in Rx mode, and for RS modules, usemonitor-dst-
mirror ports, monitor-dst-vlan, or monitor-dst-mlt. For R modules in Tx mode, use the mirror-
enable by-port commands to specify the mirroring source or destination. The default is
disabled. To use the default configuration, use the default option in the command
default filter acl ace debug <1-4096> <1-1000> mirror enable
monitor-
dst-ports Configures mirroring to a destination port or ports.
<portList>
monitor-
dst-mlt Configures mirroring to a destination MLT group.
<1-256>
monitor-
dst-vlan Configures mirroring to a destination VLAN.
<1-4094>
copy-to-
primary- Enables the ability to copy matching packets to the primary (Master) CPU.
cp enable
copy-to-
secondary- Enables the ability to copy matching packets to the Secondary CPU.
cp enable
count
enable Enables the ability to count matching packets.
Enables mirroring. If you enable mirroring, ensure that you configure the appropriate
mirror parameters: For R and RS modules in Rx mode: monitor-dst-ports, monitor-dst-vlan, or
enable monitor-dst-mlt. For R modules in Tx mode: use the mirror-by-port commands to
specify the mirroring source/destination.
monitor-
dst-ports Configures mirroring to a destination port or ports.
<portList>
monitor-
dst-mlt Configures mirroring to a destination MLT group.
<1-256>
monitor-
dst-vlan Configures mirroring to a destination VLAN.
<1-4094>
<1-4096> Specifies the ACL ID from 1 to 4096.
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Command:filter acl ace ethernet

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filter acl ace ethernet


Use Ethernet ACEs to filter on Ethernet parameters.

Syntax
filter acl ace ethernet <1-4096> <1-1000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition:
dst-mac equal to, not equal to, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to. The <WORD
<eq|ne|le|ge>
<WORD 1- 1-1024> parameter specifies a list of destination MAC addresses separated by a
1024> comma, or a range of MAC addresses specified from low to high; for example,
[a:b:c:d:e:f, (x:y:z:w:v:u-a:b:c:d:e:f)].
The <eq|ne> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition: equal to
ether-type or not equal to. The <WORD 1-200> parameter specifies an ether-type name or
<eq|ne>
<WORD 1-200> number: 065563 ip, arp, appleTalk, decLat, decOther, sna802dot2, snaEthernet2,
netBios, xns, vines, ipv6, rarp, or PPPoE
port eq
<portList> Specifies ports to which to match, where <portList> specifies the ports.
The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition:
src-mac equal to, not equal to, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to. The <WORD
<eq|ne|le|ge>
<WORD 1- 1-1024> parameter specifies a list of source MAC addresses separated by separated
1024> by a comma, or a range of MAC addresses specified from low to high; for example,
[a:b:c:d:e:f, (x:y:z:w:v:u- a:b:c:d:e:f)].
vlan-id eq
<1-4094> Specifies VLANs to match, where <1-4094> specifies the VLAN IDs.
vlan-tag- The <eq|ne> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition: equal to
prio <eq|ne> or not equal to. The <vlan-tag-prio> parameter specifies a VLAN tag priority from
<0-7> 07 or undefined.
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Command:filter acl ace ip

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filter acl ace ip


Use IP ACEs to filter on the source IP address, destination IP address, DiffServ Code Point (DSCP), protocol, IP options, and IP
fragmentation parameters.

Syntax
filter acl ace ip <1-4096> <1-1000> dst-ip eq <Word 1-1024>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter
specifies an operator for a field
match condition: equal to, not
equal to, less than or equal to,
greater than or equal to. The
dst-ip <eq|ne|le|ge> <WORD 1-1024> <WORD 1-1024> parameter
specifies the destination IP
address list in one of the
following formats: a.b.c.d,
[w.x.y.z-p.q.r.s], [l.m.n.o/mask],
[a.b.c.d/len].
The <eq|ne> parameter specifies
an operator for a field match
condition: equal to or not equal
to. The <WORD 0-256>
parameter specifies the PHB
name or DSCP value {0 to 256},
dscp <eq|ne> <WORD 0-256> or phbcs0, phbcs1, phbaf11,
phbaf12, phbaf13, phbcs2,
phbaf21, phbaf22, phbaf23,
phbcs3, phbaf31, phbaf32,
phbaf33, phbcs4, phbaf41,
phbaf42, phbaf43, phbcs5,
phbcs6, phbef, or phbcs.
The eq parameter specifies an
operator for a field match
condition: equal to. The ip-frag-
ip-frag-flag eq
<noFragment|anyFragment|moreFragment|lastFragment> flag parameter specifies a match
option for IP fragments (0, 2, or
4), or noFragment, anyFragment,
moreFragment, lastFragment.
ip-options any Matches to an IP option. Any is
the only option.
The <eq|ne> parameter specifies
an operator for a field match
condition: equal to or not equal
to. The <WORD 1-256>
ip-protocol-type <eq|ne> <WORD 1-256> parameter specifies one or more
IP protocol types: (1256), or
undefined, icmp, tcp, udp,
ipsecesp, ipsecah, ospf, vrrp,
snmp.
The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter
specifies an operator for a field
match condition: equal to, not
equal to, less than or equal to,
src-ip <eq|ne|le|ge> <WORD 1-1024> greater than or equal to. The
<WORD 1-1024> parameter
specifies a source IP address list
in one of the following formats:
a.b.c.d, [w.x.y.z-p.q.r.s],
[l.m.n.o/mask], [a.b.c.d/len].
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Command:filter acl ace ipv6

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filter acl ace ipv6


Use an IPv6 ACE to filter on IPv6 attributes.

Syntax
filter acl ace ipv6 <1-4096> <1-1000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ace-id Specifies an ACE ID in the range 11000. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
acl-id Specifies an ACL ID in the range 14096. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
dst-ipv6 Specifies the following: an operator for a field match condition-eq the list of destination
eq
<word> IPv6 addresses separated by commas
nxt-hdr Specifies the following: an operator for a field match condition (eq | ne) the next header
<eq|ne> value from one of the following: fragment|hop-by-
<nxt-
hdr> hop|icmpv6|ipsecah|ipsecesp|noHdr|routing|tcp|udp| undefined
src-ipv6 Specifies the following: an operator for a field match condition-eq the list of source IPv6
eq
<word> addresses separated by commas
dst-ipv6 The <eq|ne> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition: equal to or not
<eq>
<WORD 0- equal to. The <WORD 0-255> parameter specifies a list of destination IPv6 addresses,
255> separated by commas. An example IPv6 address is 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf.
nxt-hdr The <eq|ne> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition: equal to or not
<eq|ne> equal to. <nxt-hdr> specifies hop-by-hop, tcp, udp, routing, fragment, ipsecesp, ipsecah,
<nxt-
hdr> icmpv6, noHdr, or undefined.
src-ipv6 The <eq|ne> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition: equal to or not
<eq>
<WORD 0- equal to. The <WORD 0-255> parameter specifies a list of source IPv6 addresses,
255> separated by commas. An example IPv6 address is 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf.
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filter acl ace protocol


Use protocol ACEs to filter on the TCP source port, UDP source port, TCP destination port, UDP destination port, ICMP message
type, and TCP flags.

Syntax
filter acl ace protocol <1-4096> <1-1000> icmp-msg-type eq <Word 1-200>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the icmp message type attribute of the protocol. The <eq|ne> parameter
specifies an operator for a field match condition: equal to or not equal to. The
icmp-msg- <WORD 1-200> parameter specifies one or more IP protocol types (0255), or
type <eq|ne>
<WORD 1-200> echoreply, destunreach, sourcequench, redirect, echo-request, routeradv,
routerselect, time-exceeded, param-problem, timestamp-request, timestamp-reply,
addressmask-request, addressmask-reply, or traceroute.
The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition:
tcp-dst-port equal to, not equal to, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to. The <WORD
<eq|ne|le|ge>
<WORD 1-60> 1-60> parameter specifies the destination port for the TCP protocol: (065535), or
echo, ftpdata, ftpcontrol, ssh, telnet, dns, http, bgp, hdot323, or undefined.
tcp-flags Specifies matchAny or matchAll operators for a field match condition. The <WORD>
<match- parameter specifies one or more TCP flags: none, fin, syn, rst, push, ack, urg,
any|match-
all> <WORD> undefined. The tcp-flags and icmp-msg-type command options support lists.
tcp-src-port The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition:
<eq|ne|le|ge> equal to, not equal to, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to. The <WORD
<WORD 0- 0-65535> parameter specifies the destination port for the TCP protocol (065535),
65535> or echo, dns, bootpServer, bootpClient, tftp, rip, rtp, rtcp, or undefined.
The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition:
udp-dst-port equal to, not equal to, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to. The <WORD
<eq|ne|le|ge>
<WORD 1-200> 1-200> parameter specifies the destination port for the UDP protocol (065535), or
echo, dns, bootpServer, bootpClient, tftp, rip, rtp, rtcp, or undefined.
udp-src-port The <eq|ne|le|ge> parameter specifies an operator for a field match condition:
<eq|ne|le|ge> equal to, not equal to, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to. The <WORD
<WORD 0- 0-65535> parameter specifies the source port for the UDP protocol (065535), or [
65535> ].
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Command:filter acl enable

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filter acl enable


Enable the ACL on the filter.

Syntax
filter acl <1-4096> enable

Default
The default state is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-4096> Specifies the ACL ID in the range of 1 to 4096.
enable Enables the ACL state, and all associated ACEs.
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Command:filter acl port

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filter acl port


Associate ports with, or remove ports from, an ACL so that filters do or do not apply to port traffic, respectively.

Syntax
filter acl port <1-4096> <portList>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
acl-id Specifies an ACL ID in the range 14096.
port Associates a port or a port list with a particular ACL. Format a list of ports separated by
a comma or a range of ports specified as low-high [slot/port -slot/port].
<1-4096> Specifies an ACL ID from 14096.
<portList> Specifies ports in one of the following formats: [<slot/port>] or [<slot/port-slot/port>].
<1-4096> Specifies the ACE ID in the range of 1 to 4096.
portlist Associates a port or a portlist to a particular ACL.
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Command:filter acl set

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filter acl set


Set global and default actions for an ACL to apply the configuration globally.

Syntax
filter acl set <1-4096> {default-action {deny|permit} global-action {mirror|count|mirror-
count|ipfix|mirror-ipfix|count-ipfix|mirror-count-ipfix}}

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
acl-id Specifies an ACL ID in the range of 14096.
Specifies the default action when no ACEs match. Permitted
default-action <value> options include [deny|permit], with a default of permit. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
default-action The options are deny or permit.
filter acl set This is the ACL ID. The range is from 14096.
global-action The value is one of the following actions:mirror|count|mirror-
count|ipfix|mirror-ipfix|count-ipfix|mirror-count-ipfix
Specifies the global action for matching ACEs: mirror, count,
mirror-count, ipfix, mirror-ipfix, count-ipfix, or mirror-count-ipfix.
global-action If you enable mirroring, ensure you specify the source or
<count|count- destination mirroring ports: For R modules in Tx mode, use
ipfix|ipfix|mirror|mirror- mirror-by-port commands to specify mirroring ports. For RS
count|mirror-count- modules, or R modules in Rx mode, use the filter acl ace debug
ipfix|mirror-ipfix> commands to specify mirroring ports. The default is none. To use
the default configuration, use the default option in the command
default filter acl set <1-4096> global-action
Specifies the global action to take for matching ACEs: mirror,
global-action count, mirror-count, ipfix, mirror-ipfix, count-ipfix, or mirror-
<count|count- count-ipfix. If you enable mirroring, ensure you specify the source
ipfix|ipfix|mirror|mirror- and/or destination mirroring ports: For R modules in Tx modes:
count|mirror-count- use mirror-by-port commands to specify mirroring ports. For R
ipfix|mirror-ipfix> and RS modules in Rx modes: use the filter acl ace debug
commands to specify mirroring ports.
<1-4096> Specifies an ACL ID from 1 to 4096.
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filter acl set default-action


Configure the default packet treatment when a packet does not match an ACE.

Syntax
filter acl set <1-4096> default-action <permit|deny>

Default
The default is permit.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
default-action Specifies the default action to take when no ACEs match. Options
<deny|permit> include <deny|permit>.
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Command:filter acl vlan

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filter acl vlan


Associate VLANs with, or remove VLANs from, an ACL so that filters do or do not apply to VLAN traffic, respectively.

Syntax
filter acl vlan <1-4096> <1-4094>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
acl-id Specifies an ACL ID in the range of 14096. To set this option to the default value, use
the default operator with the command.
Associates a VLAN or a VLAN list with a particular ACL. Format a list of VLANs separated
vlan-id by a comma or a range of VLANs specified as low-high [vlan-id -vlan-id]. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
<1-4096> Specifies an ACL ID from 14096.
<1-4094> Specifies the VLAN IDs from 14094.
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Command:filter act

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filter act
Configure an access control template (ACT) to create, delete, apply, and specify attributes. After you apply the ACT you cannot
change the attributes.

Syntax
filter act <act-id>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies an ACT ID in the range 14096.Important In the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch
act-id 8800/8600, act-id acts as an index to the ACT table. Thus, you can change the name at
any time, even after you apply it. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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filter act name


Use an access control template (ACT) to specify all possible match fields for an access control list (ACL).

Syntax
filter act <1-4096> [name <WORD 0-32>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-4096> Specifies an ACT ID in the range of 1 to 4096.
name Specifies an optional name for the ACT that uses 032 characters. If you do not enter a
<WORD 0- name, the switch generates a default name. You can change the name at any time, even
32> after you issue the apply command.
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filter act pattern


Create a template for patterns within an ACT. You can associate a maximum of three patterns with an ACT.

Syntax
filter act pattern <1-4096> <WORD 0-32> <base> <0-76800> <1-56>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
act-id Specifies an ACT ID in the range of 14096.
Adds a template for patterns you create. Options here include: base: the base and the
offset together determine the beginning of the pattern. Permitted values for the base
include the following: ether-begin mac-dst-begin mac-src-begin ethTypeLen-begin arp-
<base> begin ip-hdr-begin ip-options-begin ip-payload-begin ip-tos-begin ip-proto-begin ip-src-
<offset> begin ip-dst-begin ipv6-hdr-begin tcp-begin tcp-srcport-begin tcp-dstport-begin tcp-
<length> flags-end udp-begin udp-srcport-begin udp-dstport-begin ether-end ip-hdr-end icmp-
msg-begin tcp-end udp-end offset: the number of bits from the base where the pattern
starts. This is a range from 076800. length: the length in bits of the user-defined field
from 156.
name Renames the pattern with a new name that you define. Each of the three patterns must
<pattern-
name> use a unique name.

word Specifies a name for the pattern in the range of 132 characters. To set this option to
the default value, use the default operator with the command.
<0- The <0-76800> parameter specifies the offset: the number of bits from the base where
76800> the pattern starts.
<1-56> The <1-56> parameter specifies the length in bits of the user-defined field from 156.
The <base> parameter specifies the base. The base and the offset together determine
the beginning of the pattern. Permitted values for the base include ether-begin, mac-dst-
<base> begin, mac-srcbegin, ethTypeLen-begin, arp-begin, ip-hdr-begin, ip-options-begin, ip-
payload-begin, ip-tos-begin, ip-proto-begin, ip-src-begin, ip-dst-begin, ipv6-hdr-begin,
tcp-begin, tcp-srcport-begin, tcp-dstport-begin, tcp-flags-end, udp-begin, udp-srcport-
begin, udp-dstport-begin, ether-end, ip-hdr-end, icmp-msg-begin, tcp-end, or udp-end.
<WORD 0- Names the pattern with a new name that you define. Each of the three patterns must
32> have a unique name.
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Command:filter apply act

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filter apply act


Apply (commit) the changes to the filter ACT. After you issue the apply command, you cannot modify the ACT.

Syntax
filter apply act <act-id>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
apply Applies or commits the ACT. After you issue the apply command, to change the ACT, you
must delete it ( if no ACLs are associated with it) and recreate it.
<1-4096> Specifies the ACT ID in the range of 1 to 4096.
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Command:flap-dampening

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flap-dampening
Enables route suppression for routes that flap on and off.

Syntax
flap-dampening enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables BGP flap-dampening.
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Command:flow-control

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flow-control
Configure the flow control pause0 and pause timer on the module.

Syntax
flowcontrol pause0

Default
The default is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
When tx-flow-control is enabled and flowcontrol pause0 is enabled, the TX port
pause0 transmits MAC control PAUSE frames with a timer value of 0 to indicate to its link
partner to resume transmission. This parameter only applies to 1 and 10 Gigabit
Ethernet ports.
Setting the pause time sets the timer value in the MAC control PAUSE frame. This
pause-time indicates to the link partner how long to pause transmission. The pause time is in
<0...65535> units of 512 bit-times. The default is 65535. This parameter only applies to 1 and 10
Gigabit Ethernet ports.
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Command:format-flash

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format-flash
Format the flash memory to ensure that you have adequate space to copy files.

Syntax
format-flash

Default
Command mode
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Command:fpga update

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fpga update
For proper operation, review and, if required, update the field programmable gate array (FPGA) firmware revisions on every R
module.

Syntax
fpga update <1-4,7-10> foq [WORD <1-40>]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-40> <WORD 1-40> specifies the FPGA image file name.
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the R module slot number. Slots 5 and 6 are for SF/CPUs.
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Command:fpga update bmc

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fpga update bmc


Update the BAP Memory Controller (BMC).

Syntax
fpga update <1-4,7-10> bmc [WORD <1-40>]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-40> <WORD 1-40> specifies the FPGA image file name.
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the R module slot number. Slots 5 and 6 are for SF/CPUs.
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Command:fpga update dpc

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fpga update dpc


Update the Dual Port Controller (DPC).

Syntax
fpga update <1-4,7-10> dpc [WORD <1-40>]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-40> <WORD 1-40> specifies the FPGA image file name.
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the R module slot number. Slots 5 and 6 are for SF/CPUs.
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Command:fpga update pim

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fpga update pim


If you are upgrading an 8630GBR module, update the Port Interface Module (PIM).

Syntax
fpga update <1-4,7-10> pim [WORD <1-40>]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-40> <WORD 1-40> specifies the FPGA image file name.
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the R module slot number. Slots 5 and 6 are for SF/CPUs.
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Command:fpga update rs-module-dpm

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fpga update rs-module-dpm


For proper operation, review and, if required, update the field programmable gate array (FPGA) firmware revisions on every RS
module.

Syntax
fpga update <1-4,7-10> rs-module-dpm [<WORD 1-40>]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-40> <WORD 1-40> specifies the FPGA image file name.
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the RS module slot number. Slots 5 and 6 are for SF/CPUs.
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Command:fpga update rs pim

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fpga update rs pim


For each RS module slot, update the PIM FPGA firmware with the appropriate PIM file.

Syntax
fpga update <1-4,7-10> pim [WORD <1-40>]

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-40> <WORD 1-40> specifies the FPGA image file name.
<1-4,7-10> Specifies the RS module slot number. Slots 5 and 6 are for SF/CPUs.
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Command:framing sonet

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framing sonet
Configure the framing type after the WAN mode is enabled.

Syntax
framing <sonet|sdh>

Default
The default value is SONET.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<sonet|sdh> Sets the port to SONET or SDH framing. This parameter only applies to 10 Gbit/s
WAN ports.
port
[portlist] Specifies the slot and the port number.
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Command:global-debug

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global-debug
Displays specified debug information for BGP Global configuration modes.

Syntax
Default
The default value is none.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies a list of mask choices separated by commas with no space between choices.
Mask choices are none disables all debug messages. all enables all debug messages. error
enables display of debug error messages. packet enables display of debug packet
messages. event enables display of debug event messages. trace enables display of
mask
<WORD 1- debug trace messages. warning enables display of debug warning messages. state
100> enables display of debug state transition messages. init enables display of debug
initialization messages. filter enables display of debug messages related to filtering.
update enables display of debug messages related to sending and receiving updates. The
no form of this command is no global-debug mask. The default form of this command is
default global-debug mask.
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Command:global-debug mask

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global-debug mask
Display specific debug messages for your global BGP configuration.

Syntax
global-debug mask <WORD 1-100>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mask Specifies one or more mask choices that you enter, separated by commas with no space
<WORD 1- between choices. For example, [<mask>,<mask>,<mask>...]. Options include: none, all,
100> error, packet, event, trace, warning, state, init, filter, update.
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Command:high-secure enable

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high-secure enable
Protect the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 against IP packets with illegal IP addresses such as loopback addresses or a
source IP address of ones, or Class D or Class E addresses from being routed.

Syntax
high-secure enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables the high secure feature that blocks packets with illegal IP addresses. This flag is
enable disabled by default. Use the no operator to remove this configuration. To set this option
to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:host-route

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host-route
Use host routes when the Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 resides in a network that uses routing protocols other than OSPF.

Syntax
host-route <A.B.C.D> [metric <0-65535>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the IP address of the host router in a.b.c.d format.
metric <0-65535> Configures the metric (cost) for the host route.
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Command:ibgp-report-import-rt

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ibgp-report-import-rt
Configures BGP to advertise imported routes to an interior BGP (IBGP) peer. This command also enables or disables advertisement
of nonBGP imported routes to other IBGP neighbors.

Syntax
ibgp-report-import-rt enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables advertisement of nonBGP imported routes to other IBGP neighbors.
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Command:ignore-illegal-rtrid

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ignore-illegal-rtrid
Overlook an illegal router id after enabling BGP.

Syntax
ignore-illegal-rtrid enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enable or disable the acceptance of a connection from a peer that sends an open
message using a router ID of 0 (zero).
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Command:install

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install
Configure the switch with the setup utility to monitor system requirements and obtain the maximum system performance.

Syntax
install

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

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Command:interface-ip

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interface-ip
Specifies the CLIP interface that the WSP is using for a system IP address.

Syntax
interface-ip <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
WLAN Switch Configuration

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the CLIP interface that the WSP is using for a system IP address.
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Command:ip access-list extended

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ip access-list extended
Create an extended ACL with a prefix entry.

Syntax
ip access-list extended Word<1-64> <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Word <164> Specifies the name, up to 255 characters, for the extended
ACL.
<A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> Specifies the IP address and mask for the source, and then
<A.B.C.D> the destination.
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Command:ip address

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ip address
Configure a circuitless IP interface (CLIP) when you want toprovide a virtual interface that is not associated with a physical port.
Youcan use a CLIP interface to provide uninterrupted connectivity to yourswitch. You can configure a maximum of 256 CLIP
interfaces on each device.

Syntax
ip address <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> [<0-65535>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
address [<1- Specifies the IP address for the CLIP interface.<1-256> specifies the interface ID
256>] value; <A.B.C.D/X> specifies the IP address and mask; vrf <WORD 0-32>
<A.B.C.D/X> specifies an associated VRF by name in the range of 0 to 32 characters. The no
[vrf <WORD 0- form of this command is no ip address [<1-256>] <A.B.C.D> [vrf <WORD 0-
32>] 32>].
<vid> Specifies the VLAN id. The range is between 1 and 4094. The default value is 1.
ipaddr/Network Indicates the IP address in the format {a.b.c.d} and the subnet mask assigned to
mask the VLAN.
mac_offset Indicates the Media Access Control (MAC) address you want to assign to this
value VLAN. This is an optional parameter, which, if used, replaces the default MAC
address and ranges from 0 to 65 535.
<ipaddr>
<mask> Adds IP address and network mask to VLAN.
[ <0-65535> ] Specifies the Mac-offset value. The value is in the range of 0 to 65535.
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Command:ip alternative-route

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ip alternative-route
Enable the Alternative Route feature globally.

Syntax
ip alternative-route

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables or disables the Alternative Route feature. The default value is enabled. If
the alternative-route parameter is disabled, all existing alternative routes are
alternative-
route removed. When the parameter is enabled, all alternative routes are re-added. The
default form of this command is default ip alternative-route. The no form of this
command is no ip alternative-route.
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Command:ip apply redistribute isis

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ip apply redistribute isis


Apply the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network.

Syntax
ip {bgp | ospf | rip} apply redistribute isis [vrf <WORD 0-64>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{bgp | ospf | rip} Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol source).
[vrf <WORD 064>] Specifies the VRF instance.
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Command:ip arp

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ip arp
Configure ARP static entries to modify the ARP parameters on theswitch. The only way to change a static ARP is to delete the
static ARPentry and create a new entry with new information.

Syntax
ip arp static-mcast

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
static-mcast Configures static multicast MAC entries.
<A.B.C.D> Adds ARP entries.
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Command:ip arp inspection

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ip arp inspection
This command configures port ARP status to specify whether a port or range of ports is trusted or untrusted.

Syntax
ip arp inspection [port <portlist>]

Default
None

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<portlist> Specifies a single port or range of ports, entered as [slot/port [-slot/port][,...]}.
<trusted> Specifies that ARP traffic is not subject to Dynamic ARP inspection.
<untrusted> Specifies that ARP traffic is subject to Dynamic ARP inspection.
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Command:ip arp inspection vlan

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ip arp inspection vlan


This command enables VLAN-based Dynamic ARP inspection and applies ARP validation security on a VLAN.

Syntax
[no] ip arp inspection vlan <vid>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<vid> An integer that identifies a VLAN. Values range from 14094.
no Disables Dynamic ARP inspection to stop applying ARP validation security on a specific
VLAN or all VLANs configured on the swtich.
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Command:ip arp-proxy enable

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ip arp-proxy enable
Configure an ARP proxy to allow a router to answer a local ARPrequest for a remote destination.

Syntax
ip arp-proxy enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the proxy Address Resolution Protocol.
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Command:ip arp-response

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ip arp-response
Enable Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) on the switch to allow arouter to answer a local ARP request.

Syntax
ip arp-response

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip arp static-mcast

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ip arp static-mcast
Configure Layer 3 multicast MAC filtering to route an IP frame to a unicast IP address and flood it with a destination multicast
MAC address.

Syntax
ip arp static-mcast <A.B.C.D> <MAC address> vid <1-4094> [port <value> Word<1-16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<MAC
address> Specifies the MAC address in hexadecimal format.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address.
vid <1
4094> Specifies the VLAN ID.
port Specifies the port that receives the multicast flooding. Type this information as a port or
<value> a range of ports in slot/port format.
<116> Specifies the multilink trunk ID.
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Command:ip as-list

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ip as-list
Use an AS path list to restrict the routing information a router learns or advertises to and from a neighbor. The AS path list acts as
a filter that matches AS paths.

Syntax
ip as-list <1-1024> memberId <0-65535> <permit|deny> as-path <WORD 0-1536>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
as-list <1-
1024> Creates the specified AS-path list entry.
memberId <0- Adds a regular expression entry to the specified AS-path list. It is an integer value
65535> between 0 and 65535.
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Command:ip bfd brouter port

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ip bfd brouter port


Configure BFD so that it runs optimally on the brouter port.

Syntax
ip bfd [vlan <1-4094>] enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables BFD on the interface. The no and default versions of this command disable BFD
on the interface.
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Command:ip bfd vlan enable

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ip bfd vlan enable


Configure BFD so that it runs optimally on the VLAN interface.

Syntax
ip bfd [vlan <1-4094>] enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables BFD on the VLAN. The no and default versions of this command disable BFD on
the VLAN.
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Command:ip bgp enable

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ip bgp enable
Configure the external Border Gateway Protocol (eBGP) for the VRF to exchange BGP routes between a PE node and a CE device.

Syntax
ip bgp enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the BGP on the VRF.
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Command:ip bgp in-route-policy

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ip bgp in-route-policy
Configure peer level policies to apply a route policy rule to all routes that are learned from, or sent to, the local BGP router peers
or peer groups.

Syntax
ip bgp in-route-policy <WORD>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
in-
route- Configures the incoming policy.
policy
Specifies a route-map name. This option is a string value from 1256 characters. Use the
Word no operator to later remove this configuration. To configure this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ip bgp multiple-paths

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ip bgp multiple-paths
Configure Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) inbound route filtering on the global routing engine (GRE) to reduce BGP update
messaging after you configure new VPNs (that is, new route targets) on the node.

Syntax
ip bgp multiple-paths <1-8>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the maximum number of equal multicost routes to store in the routing table.
18 The range is 18. To configure this option to the default value, use the default operator
with the command.
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Command:ip bgp neighbor

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ip bgp neighbor
Add a BGP peer group to the VRF.

Syntax
ip bgp neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> peer-group <WORD>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
WORD Specifies the name of the peer group to add to the VRF. Use the no operator
to later remove this configuration.
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Command:ip bgp neighbor allow-as-in

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ip bgp neighbor allow-as-in


Specify the number of times that the local ASN can exist in the AS-PATH of a received route.

Syntax
ip bgp neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> allow-as-in <0-10>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the number of times the local ASN can exist in the AS-PATH of a
<010> received route. To configure this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
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Command:ip bgp neighbor as-override

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ip bgp neighbor as-override


Configure AS override for a BGP group to ensure that the PE node replaces the autonomous system number (ASN) of an incoming
route with its own ASN before it advertises the route.

Syntax
ip bgp neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> as-override

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
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Command:ip bgp neighbor remove-
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ip bgp neighbor remove-private-as


Configure the remove private AS to remove private or reserved ASNs from BGP outbound updates.

Syntax
ip bgp neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> remove-private-as enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
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Command:ip bgp neighbor site-of-
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ip bgp neighbor site-of-origin


Configure a site of origin to identify from which site the PE router learns a route.

Syntax
ip bgp neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> site-of-origin <WORD>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the site of origin in one of two formats:AS number:assigned number
in the ranges 065535:04294967295 IPv4 address:assigned number as
WORD A.B.C.D:065535 Use the no operator to later remove this configuration. To
configure this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
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Command:ip [bgp|ospf|rip] apply
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ip [bgp|ospf|rip] apply redistribute


Apply the BGP, OSPF, or RIP redistribution.

Syntax
ip [bgp][ospf][rip] apply redistribute

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[bgp] Specifies BGP as the type of route to be redistributed (the protocol source).
[ospf] Specifies OSPF as the type of route to be redistributed (the protocol source).
[rip] Specifies RIP as the type of route to be redistributed (the protocol source).
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Command:ip bgp redistribute isis
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ip bgp redistribute isis route-map


Configure the route policy to apply to redistributed routes.

Syntax
ip bgp redistribute isis route-map <WORD 0-64>

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 064> Specifies the policy name. Type a name between 064 characters in length.
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Command:ip community-list

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ip community-list
Use community lists to specify permitted routes by using their BGP community. This list acts as a filter that matches communities
or AS numbers

Syntax
ip community-list <1-1024> memberId <0-65535> <permit|deny> community-string <WORD 0-256>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
community-
list <1- Creates the specified community list entry.<1-1024> specifies the list id.
1024>
memberId <0- Adds an entry to the community list. <0-65535> is an integer value between 0 and
65535> 65535 that represents the member ID in the community list.
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Command:ip dhcp-relay

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ip dhcp-relay
View and configure DHCP parameters globally on the Ethernet RoutingSwitch 8800/8600.

Syntax
ip dhcp-relay

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
dhcp-relay Configures the Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) parameters on the switch.
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ip dhcp-relay broadcast
You can view and configure DHCP parameters on specific ports or ona VLAN.

Syntax
ip dhcp-relay broadcast

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
When enabled, sends the server reply as a broadcast to the end station. When disabled,
broadcast sends the server reply as a unicast to the end station. Use the no operator to disable
broadcast: no ip dhcp-relay broadcast To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with this command.
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Command:ip dhcp-relay fwd-path

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ip dhcp-relay fwd-path
Create the forwarding path from the client to the server.

Syntax
ip dhcp-relay fwd-path <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the forwarding path from the client to the server. A.B.C.D is the IP address
configured on an interface (a locally configured IP address) to forward or relay BootP or
fwd-path DHCP. A.B.C.D is the IP address of the DHCP server in the network. If this IP address
<A.B.C.D>
<A.B.C.D> corresponds to the locally configured IP network, the DHCP packet is broadcast out from
the interface. Use the no operator to delete the forwarding path from the client to the
server: no ip dhcp-relay fwd-path <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D>
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Command:ip dhcp-relay fwd-path
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ip dhcp-relay fwd-path enable


Enable the forwarding path from the client to the server.

Syntax
ip dhcp-relay fwd-path <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
fwd-path Enables DHCP relaying on the path from the IP address to the server. A.B.C.D is the IP
<A.B.C.D> address configured on an interface (a locally configured IP address). A.B.C.D is the IP
<A.B.C.D> address of the DHCP server in the network. If this IP address corresponds to the locally
enable configured IP network, the DHCP packet is broadcast out from the interface.
disable Disables DHCP relaying on the path from the IP address to the server.
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Command:ip dhcp-relay fwd-path
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ip dhcp-relay fwd-path mode


Modify DHCP mode to forward BootP messages only, DHCP messagesonly, or both.

Syntax
ip dhcp-relay fwd-path <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> mode <bootp|bootp-dhcp|dhcp>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
fwd-path <A.B.C.D> Modifies DHCP mode to forward BootP messages only, DHCP
<A.B.C.D> mode messages only, or both. The default is both. mode is {bootp |
<bootp|bootp-dhcp|dhcp> bootp_dhcp | dhcp}.
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Command:ip dhcp snooping

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ip dhcp snooping
Configure port-based DHCP snooping to specify whether a port or range of ports is configured as trusted or untrusted.

Syntax
ip dhcp snooping [port<portlist>]<trusted|untrusted>

Default
The default value is untrusted.

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<portlist> Specifies a single port or range of ports, entered as {slot/port [-slot/port][,...]}.
<trusted> Specifies that the DHCP snooping state for a port or ports is configured as trusted.
<untrusted> Specifies that the DHCP snooping state for a port or ports is configured as untrusted.
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Command:ip dhcp snooping binding
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ip dhcp snooping binding interface


Configure static binding entries to manually add an IP-to-MAC binding entry in the DHCP snooping binding table.

Syntax
[no] ip dhcp snooping binding <mac> vlan <vid> ip <ip> interface <slot/port>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<mac> Specifies the MAC address for the static binding entry.
vlan <vid> Specifies the VLAN to associate with the static binding entry.
ip <ip> Specifies the IP address for the static binding entry.
interface <slot/port> Specifies the port to associate with the static binding entry.
no Use this command to delete a static DHCP snooping binding entry.
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Command:ip dhcp snooping enable

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ip dhcp snooping enable


Use this command to configure global DHCP snooping.

Syntax
[no] ip dhcp snooping

Default
The default value is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Disables the specified global DHCP snooping feature.
default Disables the specified global DHCP snooping feature.
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Command:ip dhcp snooping vlan
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ip dhcp snooping vlan enable


Use this command to enable VLAN-based DHCP snooping.

Syntax
[no] [default] ip dhcp snooping vlan <vid> [enable]

Default
The default value is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<vid> An integer that identifies a VLAN. Values range from 14094
no Disables VLAN-based DHCP snooping.
default Disables VLAN-based DHCP snooping.
enable Enables VLAN-based DHCP snooping.
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Command:ip directed-broadcast enable

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ip directed-broadcast enable
Configure the device to forward directed broadcasts for a VLAN.

Syntax
ip directed-broadcast enable

Default
The default is enabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Allows the device to forward directed broadcast frames to the specified VLAN. The default
setting for this feature is enabled.
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Command:ip domain-name

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ip domain-name
Configure the Domain Name Service to establish the mapping between an IP name and an IP address.

Syntax
ip domain-name <word>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
domain-name <word> Configures the default domain name. word is a string 0255 characters.
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Command:ip dvmrp

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ip dvmrp
Configure the Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP) globally to enable or disable DVMRP and change default global
parameters.

Syntax
ip dvmrp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
fwd-cache- Configures the forward cache timeout (in seconds). integer is the range of 1086400
timeout seconds. The default value is 300 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use
<integer> the default operator with the command.
Enables or disables the DVMRP log. Use the no operator to later remove this
generate-
log configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with
the command. The default is disabled.
Enables or disables the DVMRP trap. Use the no operator to later remove this
generate-
trap configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with
the command. The default is disabled.
Configures the length of time (in seconds) the router waits for a response from a
leaf- neighbor before considering the attached network as a leaf network. integer is the
timeout
<integer> range of 254000 seconds. The default value is 125 seconds. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the time interval (in seconds) for the DVMRP router to send a neighbor
nbr-probe- probe message on its interface. integer is the range of 530 seconds. The default
interval
<integer> value is 10 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator
with the command.
Configures the length of time (in seconds) the router waits to receive a report from a
nbr-timeout neighbor before considering the connection inactive. integer is the range of 358000
<integer> seconds. The default value is 35 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use
the default operator with the command.
output- Configures the time interval (in seconds) between DVMRP router update messages.
report- integer is the range of 102000 seconds. The default value is 60 seconds. To set this
delay
<integer> option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Sends prune messages every 3 minutes, to address the link failures at remote
prune- upstream switches. The feature is disabled by default. Use the no operator to later
resend remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
route- Configures the route discard timeout (in seconds). integer is the range of 258000.
discard- The default value is 260 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use the
timeout
<integer> default operator with the command.
route- Configures the route expiration timeout (in seconds). integer is the range of 204000
expiration- seconds. The default value is 140 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use
timeout
<integer> the default operator with the command.
route- Configures the route switch timeout (in seconds). integer is the range of 202000.
switch- The default value is 140 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use the
timeout
<integer> default operator with the command.
Enables or disables showing information about the DVMRP next hops. Use the no
show-next-
hop-table operator to later remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value,
use the default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
triggered- Configures the time interval (in seconds) between triggered update messages sent
update- after routing information changes. integer is the range of 51000 seconds. The
interval default value is 5 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use the default
<integer> operator with the command.
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ip dvmrp active
Create an active port to receive all types of incoming DVMRP packets from neighbors, and send out probes or route reports to
neighbor switches.

Syntax
ip dvmrp active

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip dvmrp advertise-self port

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ip dvmrp advertise-self port


Apply the advertisement of local networks policy to advertise local networks over a port.

Syntax
ip dvmrp advertise-self port

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Advertises the local network if the setting is enable. Use the no operator to later
advertise-
self remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command. The default is enabled.
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Command:ip dvmrp advertise-self vlan

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ip dvmrp advertise-self vlan


Apply the advertisement of local networks policy to advertise local networks over a VLAN.

Syntax
ip dvmrp advertise-self vlan

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Advertises the local network if the setting is enable. Use the no operator to later
advertise-
self remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command. The default is enabled.
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Command:ip dvmrp default-listen
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ip dvmrp default-listen ethernet port


Apply the default route policy to a VLAN to improve the management of the DVMRP routing tables.

Syntax
ip dvmrp default-listen ethernet port

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Learns the default route over the specified interface if this feature is enabled on the
default- interface. The default setting is enable. Use the no operator to later remove this
listen configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command. The default is to listen.
Generates and advertises the default route if this feature is enabled on the interface. The
default- default setting is disable. Use the no operator to later remove this configuration. To set
supply this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command. The default
is to not supply.
default- Advertises the specified metric over the interface if you configured the interface to supply
supply- the default route. The range is 131 hops. The default setting is 1 hop. To set this option
metric
<cost> to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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ip dvmrp default-listen vlan


Apply the default route policy to a VLAN to improve the management of the DVMRP routing tables.

Syntax
ip dvmrp default-listen vlan

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Learns the default route over the specified interface if this feature is enabled on the
default- interface. The default setting is enable. Use the no operator to later remove this
listen configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command. The default is to listen.
Generates and advertises the default route if this feature is enabled on the interface. The
default- default setting is disable. Use the no operator to later remove this configuration. To set
supply this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command. The default
is to not supply.
default- Advertises the specified metric over the interface if you configured the interface to supply
supply- the default route. The range is 131 hops. The default setting is 1 hop. To set this option
metric
<cost> to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ip dvmrp enable ethernet
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ip dvmrp enable ethernet port


Configure DVMRP for each interface to enable the interface to perform multicasting operations.

Syntax
ip dvmrp enable ethernet port

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables DVMRP on the local router interface. To set this option to the default value, use
the default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
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Command:ip dvmrp enable vlan

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ip dvmrp enable vlan


Configure DVMRP for each interface to enable the interface to perform multicasting operations.

Syntax
ip dvmrp enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables DVMRP on the local router interface. To set this option to the default value, use
the default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
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Command:ip dvmrp in-policy ethernet
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ip dvmrp in-policy ethernet port


Apply a DVMRP accept policy to a VLAN to control the way DVMRP manages incoming route advertisements.

Syntax
ip dvmrp in-policy ethernet port

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the DVMRP route in-policy. policy_name is a policy name that uses a
in-policy
<policy_name> string length of 064. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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Command:ip dvmrp in-policy vlan

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ip dvmrp in-policy vlan


Apply a DVMRP accept policy to a port to control the way DVMRP manages incoming route advertisements.

Syntax
ip dvmrp in-policy vlan

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the DVMRP route in-policy. policy_name is a policy name that uses a
in-policy
<policy_name> string length of 064. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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Command:ip dvmrp interface-type
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ip dvmrp interface-type active


Configure a port or VLAN interface as active or passive.

Syntax
ip dvmrp interface-type active [port|vlan]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vlan Specifies the VLAN to configure.
port Specifies which port to configure.
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ip dvmrp out-policy
Apply a DVMRP announce policy to a port to control which routes the switch sends to neighboring routers, to reduce the size of
routing tables, or to provide a level of security for the network.

Syntax
Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:ip dvmrp show-next-hop-
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ip dvmrp show-next-hop-table
Enable showing the next-hop table on the switch.

Syntax
ip dvmrp show-next-hop-table

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:ip ecmp

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ip ecmp
Enable Equal cost multiplepath protocol (ECMP).

Syntax
ip ecmp

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables or disables ECMP. If the ECMP parameter is disabled, all existing ECMP routes are
ecmp removed. When ECMP is enabled, all ECMP routes are re-added. The no form of this
command is no ip icmp.
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ip ecmp max-path
Configure the number of equal cost multi path (ECMP) routes that the VRF can learn from remote PE routers and route reflectors
to allow the system to distribute IP VPN traffic across multiple paths.

Syntax
ip ecmp max-path <1-8>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the maximum number of ECMP routes that can be stored in the routing table.
18 The range is 18. To configure this option to the default value, use the default operator
with the command.
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Command:ip extcommunity-list

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ip extcommunity-list
Configure policies using extended communities to include one or more communities in the policy.

Syntax
ip extcommunity-list <1-1024> memberId <0-65535> rt <0-65536> <0-2147483647> [soo {<0-
65535> <0-2147483647>|<A.B.C.D> <0-65535>}]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
memberId <0- Specifies an integer value between 0 and 65535 that represents the member ID
65535> in the community list.
rt <0-65536> Specifies the route target in the format {AS number:assigned number} (that is,
<0-2147483647> {0 to 65535}:{0 to 2147483647}) or {ipaddress:assigned number} (that is,
rt <A.B.C.D>
<0-65535> {a.b.c.d}:{0 to 65535}).
11024 Assigns an ID to the list from 11024.
memberId <1
65535> Defines each member by specifying one or more member ID values.
Specifies a route target. <WORD> is <AS number> <assigned number> or
rt <WORD> <ipaddress> <assigned number>. If you use the AS number, the assigned
number is in the range 02147483647. If you use the IP address, the assigned
number is in the range 065535.
Specifies a site of origin. <WORD> is <AS number> <assigned number> or
soo <WORD> <ipaddress> <assigned number>. If you use the AS number, the assigned
number is in the range 02147483647. If you use the IP address, the assigned
number is in the range 065535.
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Command:ip forward-protocol udp

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ip forward-protocol udp
Configure UDP protocols to determine which UDP broadcasts are forwarded

Syntax
ip forward-protocol udp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-65535> <WORD Creates a new UDP protocol. <1-65535> <WORD 1-15> is the UDP protocol
1-15> name as a string.
[vrf <WORD 0-
32>] The name of the VRF.
[vrfids <0-255>] The ID of the VRF. The value is an integer between 0 and 255.
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ip forward-protocol udp broadcastmask


Set the broadcast mask on the IP forwarding list.

Syntax
ip forward-protocol udp broadcastmask <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Sets the interface broadcast mask (the interface broadcast mask can be different from
the interface mask). A.B.C.D is an IP address in a.b.c.d format.
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ip forward-protocol udp maxttl


Set the maximum time to live.

Syntax
ip forward-protocol udp maxttl <1-16>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
maxttl Sets the maximum time-to-live value (TTL) for the UDP broadcast forwarded by the
<1-16> interface. The range is 1 to 16.
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Command:ip forward-protocol udp
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ip forward-protocol udp portfwd


Configure a UDP port forward entry to add or remove a port forward entry.

Syntax
ip forward-protocol udp portfwd

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Adds a UDP protocol port to the specified port forwarding list. 1-65535 is a UDP protocol
<1- port in the range of 1 to 65535. A.B.C.D is an IP address in a.b.c.d format. Use the no
65535> operator to remove a protocol port forwarding entry and IP address from the list: no ip
<A.B.C.D> forward-protocol udp portfwd <1-65535> <A.B.C.D> To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with this command.
[vrf
<WORD 0- The name of the VRF.
32>]
[vrfids
<0-255>] The ID of VRF and is an integer between 0 and 255.
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Command:ip forward-protocol udp
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ip forward-protocol udp portfwdlist


Configure the UDP port forwarding list.

Syntax
ip forward-protocol udp portfwdlist <1-1000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-1000> Creates a UDP port forwarding list in the range of 1 to 1000.
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Command:ip icmp redirect

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ip icmp redirect
Enables ICMP redirect and unreachable messages.

Syntax
ip icmp redirect

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip igmp access-list ethernet
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ip igmp access-list ethernet port


Configure multicast access control for an IGMP Ethernet port to restrict access to certain multicast streams and to protect
multicast streams from spoofing (injecting data to the existing streams).

Syntax
ip igmp access-list <word> <host IP address>/<host mask address> <deny-tx|deny-rx|deny-
both|allow-only-tx|allow-only-rx|allow-only-both>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Creates an access control group entry for a specific IGMP interface. host IP
<host IP address is the IP address of the host. host mask address is the subnet mask
address> <host used to determine the host or hosts covered by this configuration. You can
mask address> use the host subnet mask to restrict access to a portion of the network for the
host.
deny-tx|deny-
rx|deny-
both|allow-only- Indicates the action for the specified IGMP interface. For example, if you
tx|allow-only- specify deny-both, the interface denies both transmitted and received traffic.
rx|allow-only-
both
word Specifies the name of the access list from 164 characters.
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Command:ip igmp access-list mode

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ip igmp access-list mode


Change an existing access list on the Ethernet port.

Syntax
ip igmp access-list <word> <host IP address>/<host mask address> mode <deny-tx|deny-
rx|deny-both|allow-only-tx|allow-only-rx|allow-only-both

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Creates an access control group entry for a specific IGMP interface. host IP
<host IP address is the IP address of the host. host mask address is the subnet mask
address> <host used to determine the host or hosts covered by this configuration. You can
mask address> use the host subnet mask to restrict access to a portion of the network for the
host.
deny-tx|deny-
rx|deny-
both|allow-only- Indicates the action for the specified IGMP interface. For example, if you
tx|allow-only- specify deny-both, the interface denies both transmitted and received traffic.
rx|allow-only-
both
mode Changes the access control group configuration.
word Specifies the name of the access list from 164 characters.
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Command:ip igmp access-list mode
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ip igmp access-list mode vlan


Change an existing access list on the VLAN interface.

Syntax
ip igmp access-list <word> <host IP address>/<host mask address> mode <deny-tx|deny-
rx|deny-both|allow-only-tx|allow-only-rx|allow-only-both

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Creates an access control group entry for a specific IGMP interface. host IP
<host IP address is the IP address of the host. host mask address is the subnet mask
address> <host used to determine the host or hosts covered by this configuration. You can
mask address> use the host subnet mask to restrict access to a portion of the network for the
host.
deny-tx|deny-
rx|deny-
both|allow-only- Indicates the action for the specified IGMP interface. For example, if you
tx|allow-only- specify deny-both, the interface denies both transmitted and received traffic.
rx|allow-only-
both
mode Changes the access control group configuration.
word Specifies the name of the access list from 164 characters.
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ip igmp access-list vlan


Configure multicast access control for a VLAN to restrict access to certain multicast streams and to protect multicast streams from
spoofing (injecting data to the existing streams).

Syntax
ip igmp access-list <word> <host IP address>/<host mask address> <deny-tx|deny-rx|deny-
both|allow-only-tx|allow-only-rx|allow-only-both>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Creates an access control group entry for a specific IGMP interface. host IP
<host IP address is the IP address of the host. host mask address is the subnet mask
address> <host used to determine the host or hosts covered by this configuration. You can
mask address> use the host subnet mask to restrict access to a portion of the network for the
host.
deny-tx|deny-
rx|deny-
both|allow-only- Indicates the action for the specified IGMP interface. For example, if you
tx|allow-only- specify deny-both, the interface denies both transmitted and received traffic.
rx|allow-only-
both
word Specifies the name of the access list from 164 characters.
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Command:ip igmp ethernet port

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ip igmp ethernet port


Configure IGMP for each interface to change default multicasting operations.

Syntax
ip igmp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
access-list Displays the IP Multicast access group list parameters.
Enables v2-v3 compatibility mode. The default value is disabled, which means
compatibility- IGMPv3 is not compatible with IGMPv2. To use the default configuration, use
mode the default option in the command: default ip igmp compatibility-mode, or use
the no option to disable compatibility mode: no ip igmp compatibility-mode
Configures if the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 downgrades the
version of IGMP to handle older query messages. If the switch downgrades,
the host with IGMPv3 only capability does not work. If you do not configure
dynamic- the switch to downgrade the version of IGMP, the switch logs a warning. The
downgrade-
version switch downgrades to the oldest version of IGMP on the network by default.
To use the default configuration, use the default option in the command:
default ip igmp dynamic-downgrade-version, or use the no option to disable
downgrade: no ip igmp dynamic-downgrade-version
Enables the fast leave option on the interface. Use the no operator to later
immediate-leave remove this configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
Configures the maximum response time (in tenths of a second) that is
inserted into group-specific queries sent in response to leave group messages.
This value is also the time between group-specific query messages. This value
last-member- is not configurable for IGMPv1. Decreasing the value reduces the time to
query-interval detect the loss of the last member of a group. 1/10_seconds is an integer in
<1/10_seconds> the range from 0255 and the default is 10 tenths of a second. Avaya
recommends that you configure this value between 310 (equal to 0.31.0
seconds). To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with
the command.
port
{slot/port[- Configures IGMP for a specific port.
slot/port][,...]}
Configures the frequency (in seconds) at which the interface transmits host
query-interval query packets. seconds is an integer in the range from 065535 with a default
<seconds> of 125. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with
the command.
Configures the maximum response time (in tenths of a second) advertised in
IGMPv2 general queries on this interface. This value is not configurable for
query-max- IGMPv1. Smaller values allow a router to prune groups faster. 1/10_seconds
response is an integer value with a range of 0255, and the default is 100 tenths of a
<1/10_seconds> second (equal to 10 seconds). Important You must configure this value lower
than the query-interval. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
Configures the expected packet loss of a network. integer is an integer value
robust-value with a range of 2255 seconds. The default value is 2 seconds. Increase the
<integer> value if you expect the network to experience packet loss. To set this option
to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
When enabled, this parameter instructs the router to ignore IGMP packets
that do not contain the router alert IP option. When disabled (default setting),
the router processes IGMP packets regardless of whether the router alert IP
router-alert option is set. Important To maximize your network performance, Avaya
recommends that you set this parameter according to the version of IGMP
currently in use: IGMPv1-Disable IGMPv2-Enable IGMPv3-Enable Use the no
operator to later remove this configuration. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
stream-limit Enables the stream-limit feature.
stream-limit-
max-streams Sets the maximum number of streams allowed on an interface.
Configures the version of IGMP that you want to configure on this interface.
version For IGMP to function correctly, all routers on a LAN must use the same
<integer> version. integer is an integer value with a value of 1, 2, or 3. The default
value is 2 (IGMPv2).
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ip igmp generate-log
Configure the Ip IGMP commands to manage the performance of the network.

Syntax
ip igmp generate-log

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
generate-log Sets IGMP log.
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Command:ip igmp igap

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ip igmp igap
Configure IGAP on an interface or a VLAN to authenticate and account the user for the clients receiving multicast streams on their
networks.

Syntax
ip igmp igap authentication

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
authentication Enables authentication on the IGAP interface. The default is enable.
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ip igmp immediate-leave
Configure IGMP fast leave members on a port or VLAN to specify fast leave capable ports.

Syntax
ip igmp immediate-leave

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip igmp immediate-leave-
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ip igmp immediate-leave-members
Configure fast leave members on a VLAN to specify fast leave capable ports.

Syntax
ip igmp immediate-leave-members <ports>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ports> Specifies the port or list of ports that you want to join the fast leave group.
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ip igmp immediate-leave-mode
Configure fast (immediate) leave mode to specify if a port receives a leave message from a member of a group.

Syntax
ip igmp immediate-leave-mode <multiple-user|one-user>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
multiple-user removes from the group only the IGMP member who sent the leave
multiple- message. Traffic does not stop if other receivers exist on the interface port. This setting
user|one- is the default. one-user removes all group members on a fast leave enabled interface
user port after receiving the first leave message from a member. This behavior is the same as
the conventional fast leave process.
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Command:ip igmp mrdisc

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ip igmp mrdisc
Configure the multicast route discovery options to enable the automatic discovery of multicast-capable routers.

Syntax
ip igmp mrdisc

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the maximum number (in seconds) between successive
maxadvertinterval advertisements. For this change to take effect, you must save the
<seconds> configuration and reset the switch. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command. The default is 20.
Configures the maximum number (in seconds) between successive initial
maxinitadvertinterval advertisements. For this change to take effect, you must save the
<seconds> configuration and reset the switch. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command. The default is 2.
Configures the maximum number of initial multicast advertisements after
maxinitadvertisements initialization. For this change to take effect, you must save the
<integer> configuration and reset the switch. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command. The default is 3.
Configures the minimum number (in seconds) between successive
minadvertinterval advertisements. For this change to take effect, you must save the
<seconds> configuration and reset the switch. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command. The default is 15.
Configures the multicast router discovery dead interval-the number of
seconds the multicast route neighbors for the switch must wait before
neighdeadinterval
<seconds> assuming that the multicast router is down. seconds is a value from 1
59. The default is 60. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
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Command:ip igmp snoop-querier

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ip igmp snoop-querier
Enables snoop querier.

Syntax
ip igmp snoop-querier

Default
The default is disable.

Command mode
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Command:ip igmp snoop-querier-addr

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ip igmp snoop-querier-addr
Specifies the snoop querier IP address on a VLAN interface in the {a.b.c.d} format.

Syntax
ip igmp snoop-querier-addr <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip igmp ssm group-range

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ip igmp ssm group-range


Configure SSM dynamic learning and a range group to enable the IGMPv3 dynamic learning feature and to extend the default SSM
range of 232/8 to include an IP multicast address.

Syntax
ip igmp ssm group-range <A.B.C.D/X>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Defines the SSM range. The SSM range parameter extends the default SSM range of
232/8 to include an IP multicast address. You can configure existing applications without
A.B.C.D/X having to change their group configurations. This parameter specifies an IP multicast
address within the range of 224.0.1.0 and 239.255.255.255. The default is 232.0.0.0.
The address mask is the IP address mask of the multicast group. The default is
255.0.0.0.
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Command:ip igmp ssm-map

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ip igmp ssm-map
Configure the SSM channel table to map groups to their sending source.

Syntax
[no] ip igmp ssm-map [all]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to delete an IGMP static receiver. This command will delete all IGMP
static receivers for the selected group.
all Enables SSM channel for all the static entries.
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Command:ip igmp static-group

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ip igmp static-group
Configure IGMP static members to add members to a snoop group.

Syntax
ip igmp static-group <group address> <to group address> [<portList>] <static|blocked>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Adds a static-member entry to the IGMP interface. value is the port or list of
<static|blocked> ports to which you want to redirect the multicast stream for this multicast
group. static|blocked configures the route to static or blocked.
Creates static members on the interface. Specifies the port or list of ports to
portList which you want to redirect the multicast stream for this multicast group. Use
the format {slot/port[-slot/port][,...]}. Use the no operator to later remove this
configuration.
<group address> Indicates the IP address range {a.b.c.d[-w.x.y.z]} of the selected multicast
<to group
address> group.
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Command:ip igmp stream-limit

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ip igmp stream-limit
Configure multicast stream limitation on an Ethernet port to limit the number of concurrent multicast streams on the port.

Syntax
ip igmp stream-limit

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
stream-limit Enables the stream limit on the specifies Ethernet port.
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Command:ip igmp stream-limit-group

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ip igmp stream-limit-group
Configure multicast stream limitation members on ports of a specific VLAN to limit the number of multicast groups that can join a
VLAN.

Syntax
ip igmp stream-limit-group <ports> enable max-streams <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
max- Configures the maximum number of allowed streams for the specified ports on this VLAN.
streams The range is from 065535 and the default is 4. To use the default configuration, use the
<value> default option in the command: default ip igmp stream-limit-group <ports>
<ports> Specifies the port or port list in the format {slot/port[-slot/port][,...]}.
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ip igmp stream-limit-max-streams
Configure the maximum number of allowed streams on the port.

Syntax
ip igmp stream-limit-max-streams <0-65535>

Default
The default value is 4.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
stream-limit-max- Sets the maximum number of streams allowed on an interface. The
streams <0-65535> value ranges from 0 to 65 535.
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Command:ip igmp stream-limit vlan

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ip igmp stream-limit vlan


Configure multicast stream limitation on a VLAN to limit the number of concurrent multicast streams on the VLAN.

Syntax
ip igmp stream-limit vlan

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
stream-limit Enables the multicast stream limitation on a VLAN interface.
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Command:ip igmp version

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ip igmp version
Set the version of IGMP on each VLAN on the switch to enable IGAP configuration.

Syntax
ip igmp version

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<vid> Specifies the VLAN id. The range is between 1 and 4094. The default value is 1.
version Indicates the version of IGMP ranging from 1 to 3.
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Command:ip ipfix collector

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ip ipfix collector
Configure up to two collectors for each slot.If you do not specify an Exporter IP address, the source IP address is chosen from
Virtual IP, Management IP, or outgoing interface IP based on the collector IP reachability.

Syntax
ip ipfix collector <slotList> <A.B.C.D> {[enable] [protocol {udp|tcp|sctp}] [dest-port <1-
65535, [exporter-ip <A.B.C.D>] [protocol-version {ipfix|preipfix|preipfixv5}]}

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> {[enable] Configures or modifies a collector. enable-state of collector
[protocol {udp|tcp|sctp}] {false|true}. <A.B.C.D>-IP address of collector. protocol-type
[dest-port <1-65535>] of protocol {udp|tcp|sctp}. dest-port-port from 065535.
[exporter-ip <A.B.C.D>] exporter-ip <A.B.C.D>-IP address for the exported traffic.
[protocol-version protocol-version {ipfix|preipfixv9|preipfixv5}-IPFIX protocol
{ipfix|preipfix|preipfixv5}] version.
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ip ipfix enable
You must globally enable IPFIX before you can use any IPFIX commands. This command is critical for offloading the switch from
IPFIX processing.

Syntax
ip ipfix enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip ipfix port

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ip ipfix port
Configure IPFIX parameters on a port.

Syntax
ip ipfix [port <portlist>] [enable]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables IPFIX. Use the no operator to disable IPFIX parameters on a port: no ip ipfix
[port <portlist>] [enable]
Selects a hash-key ID. Values range from 14. <1-4>-
hashKeyOne|hashKeyTwo|hashKeyThree|hashKeyFour A 64-bit key is formed based
on the following hash-key-id: Hash Key 1: SIP(lower 20 bits), DIP(lower 19 bits,
hash-key
<1-4> protocol(1-5 bits), srcport(lower 10 bits), dstport(lower 10 bits) Hash Key 2: Cascaded
Hash - Use all bits from 5-tuple - hash1 = hash(SIP,DIP), hash2 = hash(hash1(lower
24 bits,protocol(8 bits), srcport(16 bits),dstport(16 bits)) Hash Key 3: hash(SIP(32
bits),DIP(32 bits)) Hash Key 4: hash(SIP(32 bits),srcport(16 bits),dstport(16 bits)).
hash-
polynomial- Configures the hash polynomial for IPFIX. coeffs <1025-16777215>-polynomial
coeffs coefficients in the range <102516777215>. If you do not specify a coefficient, the
<1025- default value (0x7cc) is used.
16777215>
hash- Configures the hash polynomial for IPFIX. seed <0-16777215>-polynomial seed in the
polynomial- range <016777215> If you do not specify a seed value, the default value (0) is
seed <0-
16777215> used.
sampling- Configures the sampling rate. The sampling rate is expressed as 1 in every n packets.
rate <1- Configure as 1 (the default) for continuous monitoring. Otherwise, specify a different
100000> frequency.
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Command:ip ipfix slot

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ip ipfix slot
Configure IPFIX slot parameters.

Syntax
ip ipfix slot <slotList>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
active- Configures flow active timeout. <1-60>-flow record active timeout value from 160
timeout <1-
60> minutes.
aging- Configures flow record aging interval. <10-3600>-flow record aging interval from
interval <10-
3600> 103600 seconds.
exporter- Enables the exporter state. To disable the exporter state, use the following
enable command: no ip ipfix slot <slotlist> exporter-enable
export- Configures the export interval.<10-3600>-frequency of flow export to collector
interval <10-
3600> from 103600 seconds.
template- Configures the value of template refresh timeout for IPFIX. <300-3600>-value in
refresh- seconds from 3003600. The template rate refresh is scheduled for every x seconds
interval
<300-3600> ] or every y exported packets, whichever occurs first.
template-
refresh- Configures the value of template refresh timeout for packets. <10000-100000>-
packets number of packets from 10000100000. The template rate refresh is scheduled for
<10000- every x seconds or every y exported packets, whichever occurs first.
100000>
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Command:ip irdp

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ip irdp
Enable Router Discovery globally so that the switch supports Router Discovery.

Syntax
ip irdp enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the router discovery protocol on the switch.
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Command:ip irdp address

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ip irdp address
Configure ICMP Router Discovery to enable hosts attached tomulticast or broadcast networks to discover the IP addresses of
theirneighboring routers.

Syntax
ip irdp address <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the IP destination address use for broadcast or multicast router advertisements
address sent from the interface. The address is the all-systems multicast address, 224.0.0.1, or
<A.B.C.D> the limited-broadcast address, 255.255.255.255. The default address is 255.255.255.255.
The default form of this command is default ip irdp address.
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Command:ip mroute interface

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ip mroute interface
Configure a multicast route on an interface to customize the time-to-live (TTL) value for the route.

Syntax
ip mroute interface <ipaddr> ttl <1-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ipaddr Indicates the IP address of the selected interface.
Configures the TTL threshold for the multicast route interface. The range, in seconds, is
ttl <1
255> 1255. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command. The default is 1.
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Command:ip mroute resource-usage
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ip mroute resource-usage egress-threshold


Configure the resource usage counters to query the number of ingress and egress IP multicast streams traversing your switch.

Syntax
ip mroute resource-usage egress-threshold <0-32767> ingress-threshold <0-32767>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
egress- Configures the egress record threshold (S,G). A notification message is sent if this value
threshold is exceeded. integer is a value between 032767. To set this option to the default value,
<032767> use the default operator with the command. The default is 0.
ingress- Configures the ingress record threshold (peps). A notification message is sent if this
threshold value is exceeded. integer is a value between 032767. To set this option to the default
<032767> value, use the default operator with the command. The default is 0.
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Command:ip mroute resource-usage
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ip mroute resource-usage log-msg trap-msg


Enable traps and log messages on the console.

Syntax
ip mroute resource-usage log-msg trap-msg

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the notification method for sending only a log message after the threshold
log-msg level is exceeded. Use the no operator to later remove this configuration. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command. The default is
disabled.
Configures the notification method for sending only a trap message after the threshold
trap-msg level is exceeded. Use the no operator to later remove this configuration. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command. The default is
disabled.
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Command:ip mroute static-source-
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ip mroute static-source-group
Configure static source-group entries in the Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP) or Protocol Independent Multicast
(PIM) multicast routing table.

Syntax
ip mroute static-source-group <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D/X>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the multicast group. Use the no operator to remove this
configuration.
Specifies the multicast source IP address and subnet mask for the static source group
A.B.C.D/X entry. You cannot create duplicate groups. How you configure the source address
depends on the protocol and mode you use. Use the no operator to remove this
configuration.
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Command:ip mroute stream-limit

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ip mroute stream-limit
Limit the number of multicast streams to protect a Switch Fabric/Central Processor Unit (SF/CPU) from multicast data packet
bursts generated by malicious applications.

Syntax
ip mroute stream-limit

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip mroute stream-limit
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ip mroute stream-limit interface


Limit the number of multicast streams to protect a Switch Fabric/Central Processor Unit (SF/CPU) from multicast data packet
bursts generated by malicious applications.

Syntax
ip mroute stream-limit interface

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
max- Configures the maximum number of streams on the specified port. The port is shut
allowed- down if the number of streams exceeds this limit. The value is a number between 1
streams 32768. The default value is 1984 streams. To set this option to the default value, use
<integer> the default operator with the command.
max-
allowed- Configures the sampling interval, which is used to check if the number of ingress
streams- multicast streams to the SF/CPU is under a configured limit or if the port needs to shut
timer- down. The range is between 13600. The default value is 10 seconds. To set this
check option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
<integer>
port Specifies the port or range of ports in slot/port notation. Use the no operator to later
remove this configuration.
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Command:ip msdp connect-retry

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ip msdp connect-retry
Configure the connect-retry period to configure the amount of time, in seconds, between connection attempts for peering
sessions.

Syntax
ip msdp connect-retry <A.B.C.D> <1-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the interval, in seconds, at which the MSDP peer retries the connection, after
the previous connection establishment to the peer fails. The range is from 165535
165535 seconds. The default is 30 seconds. To use the default configuration, use the default
option in the command default ip msdp connect-retry <A.B.C.D> To delete the current
configuration, use the no option in the command no ip msdp connect-retry <A.B.C.D>
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp default-peer

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ip msdp default-peer
Define a default peer to accept all SA messages from the peer.

Syntax
ip msdp default-peer <A.B.C.D> [route-policy Word<1-64>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
164 Specifies the route policy name to associate with the default peer.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp description

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ip msdp description
Configure a peer description to ease the identification of a peer.

Syntax
ip msdp description <A.B.C.D> WORD<1-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Word <1255> Specifies the text description up to 255 characters for the peer.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp enable

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ip msdp enable
Configure MSDP to enable or disable the MSDP function on the global router.

Syntax
ip msdp enable

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Disables MSDP. After you disable MSDP, all MSDP peer sessions end and the system
deletes all local cache entries.
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Command:ip msdp implicit-default-
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ip msdp implicit-default-peer
Configure an implicit default peer to accept all SA messages from the default peer if reverse path forwarding (RPF) peer rule
checks fail.

Syntax
ip msdp implicit-default-peer

Default
The default value is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:ip msdp keepalive

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ip msdp keepalive
Configure keepalive messages to adjust the interval at which an MSDP peer sends keepalive messages and the interval at which
the MSDP peer waits for keepalive messages from other peers before it declares them down.

Syntax
ip msdp keepalive <A.B.C.D> <0-21845> <3-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the interval, in seconds, at which the MSDP peer sends keepalive messages. The
range is from 021845 seconds. The default is 60 seconds. A value of 0 indicates the
021845 router does not send keepalive messages after the peers establish the MSDP session. If
you assign a value of 0, Avaya recommends that you configure the interval to wait for
keepalive messages on the other side of the peer relationship as 0.
Specifies the interval, in seconds, at which the MSDP peer waits for keepalive messages
365535 from other peers before it declares them down. The range is from 665535 seconds. The
default is 75 seconds. A value of 0 indicates the MSDP connection is never torn down due
to absence of messages from peer.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer. To delete the current
configuration, use the no option in the command no ip msdp keepalive <A.B.C.D>.
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Command:ip msdp md5-authentication

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ip msdp md5-authentication
Configure Message Digest (MD) 5 authentication to secure control messages on the TCP connection between MSDP peers.

Syntax
ip msdp md5-authentication <A.B.C.D> enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the MD5 authentication on MSDP.
no Disables the MD5 authentication when prefixed with the command.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp mesh-group

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ip msdp mesh-group
Configure mesh groups to reduce SA flooding.

Syntax
ip msdp mesh-group Word<1-64> <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
164 Specifies the mesh group ID; the name of the mesh group from 164 characters.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the MSDP router that is the peer.
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Command:ip msdp originator-id

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ip msdp originator-id
Configure the originator ID to set the RP address field inside the Source-Active (SA) message.

Syntax
ip msdp originator-id <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address to use as the originator ID. If the orig-address is not a system
local address, the system rejects the configuration.
no Deletes the RP address field inside the SA message.
default Uses the default originator ID.
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Command:ip msdp password peer

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ip msdp password peer


Configure the MD5 authentication password.

Syntax
ip msdp password peer <A.B.C.D> Word<1-80>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Word <180> Specifies a case-sensitive password, up to 80 characters, for MD5 authentication.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp peer

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ip msdp peer
Create an MSDP peer to establish a peering relationship between the local MSDP-enabled router and a peer in another domain.
Avaya recommends that you do not add more than 20 peers.

Syntax
ip msdp peer <A.B.C.D>

Default
The default value is enabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp redistribute

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ip msdp redistribute
Filter Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) routes to filter which (S,G,RP) entries PIM provides to MSDP.

Syntax
ip msdp redistribute [route-policy Word<1-64>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
164 Specifies the name of the optional route policy. You do not need to create a route policy
to use the redistribution filter.
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Command:ip msdp sa-filter

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ip msdp sa-filter
Filter SA messages to determine which SA messages to accept from a peer and which SA messages to send to a peer.

Syntax
ip msdp sa-filter <in|out> <A.B.C.D> create [route-policy Word<1-64>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
<in|out> Creates or modifies an inbound or outbound SA filter for this peer.
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Command:ip msdp sa-limit

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ip msdp sa-limit
Configure the SA limit to limit the number of SA messages from an MSDP peer that the router stores in the SA cache.

Syntax
ip msdp sa-limit <A.B.C.D> <0-6144>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the maximum number of SA messages from an MSDP peer to keep in the SA
cache. The valid values are from 06144; the default value is 6144. To delete the current
<06144> configuration, use the no option in the commandno ip msdp sa-limit <A.B.C.D> To use
the default configuration, use the default option in the command default ip msdp sa-limit
<A.B.C.D>
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip msdp ttl-threshold

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ip msdp ttl-threshold
Configure the time-to-live (TTL) threshold to limit which multicast data packets the router sends in SA messages to an MSDP
peer.

Syntax
ip msdp ttl-threshold <A.B.C.D> <1-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the time-to-live value, from 1255. The default value is 0, which means that the
1255 router advertises all SA messages. To delete the current configuration, use the no option
in the command no ip msdp ttl-threshold <A.B.C.D> To use the default configuration,
use the default option in the command default ip msdp ttl-threshold <A.B.C.D>
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:ip name-server primary

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ip name-server primary
Optionally, add addresses for additional DNS servers.

Syntax
ip name-server primary <word> [secondary <word>] [tertiary <word>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
primary Configures the primary DNS server address. Enter the IP address in a.b.c.d format for
<word> IPv4 or hexadecimal format (string length 046) for IPv6.
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Command:ip ospf

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ip ospf
Configure OSPF on an interface that connects to a CE device to exchange route information between the PE node and a customer
site.

Syntax
ip ospf [<1-256>] [vrf <WORD 0-32>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-256> Specifies the interface ID value in the range of 1 to 256.
vrf <WORD 0- Enables passive mode OSPF for the CLIP interface. vrf <WORD 0-32> specifies an
32>] associated VRF by name.
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Command:ip ospf apply accept

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ip ospf apply accept


Apply OSPF accept policy changes to allow the configuration changesin the policy to take effect in an OSPF Accept context (and to
prevent theswitch from attempting to apply the changes one by one after eachconfiguration change).

Syntax
ip ospf apply accept [vrf <WORD 0-32>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
apply Commits entered changes. Issue this command after modifying any policy
configuration that affects an OSPF accept policy.
[vrf <WORD
0-32>] The name of the VRF.
[vrfids <0-
255>] The ID of the VRF. The value is an integer between 0 and 255.
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Command:ip ospf apply accept adv-rtr

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ip ospf apply accept adv-rtr


Apply the OSPF accept policy change to accept external routes froma specified advertising route.

Syntax
ip ospf apply accept adv-rtr <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
adv-rtr <A.B.C.D> Specifies the advertising router IP address.
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Command:ip ospf apply redistribute

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ip ospf apply redistribute


Apply the OSPF redistribution.

Syntax
ip ospf apply redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> [vrf <WORD 0-16>] [vrf-src <WORD 0-
16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
Specifies the VRF instance by name. When applying a
vrf <WORD 0-16> redistribution instance that redistributes from a nonzero VRF to
VRF 0 (the global router), do not specify the destination VRF;
only specify the source VRF.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
Specifies the VRF instance by name. When applying a
vrf <WORD 0-16> redistribution instance that redistributes from a nonzero VRF to
VRF 0 (the global router), do not specify the destination VRF;
only specify the source VRF.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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Command:ip ospf area

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ip ospf area
Configure OSPF parameters on a port or VLAN to control how OSPF behaves on the port or VLAN.

Syntax
ip ospf area <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
area Configures the OSPF identification number for the area, typically formatted as an IP
<A.B.C.D> address.
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Command:ip ospf bfd

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ip ospf bfd
Enable BFD on an OSPF interface.

Syntax
ip ospf [vlan <1-4094>/port <portNum>] bfd

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ospf Enables BFD on an Open Shortest Path Forst (OSPF) interface.
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Command:ip ospf enable

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ip ospf enable
Enable OSPF on MPLS trunk ports.

Syntax
ip ospf enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip ospf redistribute

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ip ospf redistribute
Configure a redistribute entry to announce certain routes into the RIP domain, including static routes, direct routes, RIP, OSPF, or
BGP. Optionally, use a route policy to control the redistribution of routes.

Syntax
ip ospf redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies the VRF instance.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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Command:ip ospf redistribute bgp

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ip ospf redistribute bgp


Create a route redistribution instance on the OSPF.

Syntax
ip ospf redistribute bgp

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip ospf redistribute bgp
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ip ospf redistribute bgp enable


Enable route redistribution on the OSPF.

Syntax
ip ospf redistribute bgp enable vrf-src <vrfName>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vrfName Specifies of the name of the VRF.
Specifies the VRF instance name to which to apply redistribution. To redistribute routes
vrf-src
<vrfName> from VRF 0, explicitly specify vrf-src 0. Otherwise, the command redistributes routes
within the same VRF.
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Command:ip ospf redistribute isis
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ip ospf redistribute isis metric-type


Set the metric type for the routes to announce into the OSPF domain that matches this policy. After you set the metric type, you
can use the no operator to remove the setting, or use the default operator to return the setting to its default value (type 2).This
field is applicable only for OSPF announce policies.

Syntax
ip ospf redistribute isis metric-type {type1 | type2}

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{type1} Specifies a type 1 metric. For metric type 1, the cost of the external routes is equal to the
sum of all internal costs and the external cost.
{type2} Specifies a type 2 metric. For metric type 2, the cost of the external routes is equal to the
external cost alone. The default is type 2.
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Command:ip ospf redistribute isis
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ip ospf redistribute isis subnets


Allow or suppress external subnet route advertisements when routes are redistributed into an OSPF domain.

Syntax
ip ospf redistribute isis subnets {allow | suppress}

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[allow] Allows external subnet route advertisements.
[suppress] Suppresses external subnet route advertisements.
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Command:ip ospf spf-run

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ip ospf spf-run
Force the switch to update its shortest-path calculations so that the switch uses the latest OSPF routing information.

Syntax
ip ospf spf-run [vrf <WORD 0-16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies a VRF instance by name.
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Command:ip pgm enable

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ip pgm enable
Configure PGM globally on the switch to provide reliable, duplicate-free delivery of data packets while reducing network
congestion.

Syntax
ip pgm enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the maximum number of retransmit state entries that the switch can
max-rexmit- create. Each entry uses a unique NAK sequence number. The default value is
state <integer> 200 entries. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator
with the command.
max-sessions Configures the maximum number of source path state sessions allowed on the
<integer> switch. The default value is 100 sessions. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
When enabled, the DLR that receives redirected NAKs, where it uses the
nnak-generate retransmitted data (RDATA), sends an NNAK to the original source. Use the no
<enable|disable> operator to later remove this configuration. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command. The default is enabled.
Specifies the length of idle time (in seconds) before a session times out. Idle
session-life- time is when the switch does not receive SPMs from the upstream router. The
time <integer> default value is 300 seconds. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
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Command:ip pgm enable vlan

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ip pgm enable vlan


Configure PGM on an interface to customize your PGM configuration.

Syntax
ip pgm enable vlan

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
max-nak- Specifies how long to wait for RDATA (in milliseconds) after receiving a NAK
rdata-int confirmation (NCF). The default value is 10000 milliseconds. To set this option to the
<integer> default value, use the default operator with the command.
max-nak- Configures the maximum number of NAK retransmission packets allowed for each
re-xmit- second. The default value is 2 pps. To set this option to the default value, use the
cnt
<integer> default operator with the command.
Specifies the length of time (in milliseconds) during which a network element (NE)
nak- eliminates duplicate NAKs. After this interval expires, the NE suspends NAK elimination
eliminate- until the first duplicate arrives. After this NAK is forwarded, the NE eliminates duplicate
int NAKs for the specified interval. You must configure this parameter lower than max-nak-
<integer> rdata-int. The default value is 5000 milliseconds. To set this option to the default value,
use the default operator with the command.
nak-re- Specifies how long to wait for an NCF (in milliseconds), before retransmitting the NAK.
xmit-int The default value is 1000 milliseconds. To set this option to the default value, use the
<integer> default operator with the command.
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Command:ip pim bsr-candidate
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ip pim bsr-candidate preference value ethernet port


Configure additional routers as candidate BSRs (C-BSR) to provide backup protection in the event that the primary BSR fails.

Syntax
ip pim bsr-candidate preference <value>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip pim bsr-candidate
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ip pim bsr-candidate preference value vlan


Configure additional routers as candidate BSRs (C-BSR) to provide backup protection in the event that the primary BSR fails.

Syntax
ip pim bsr-candidate preference <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables the C-BSR on this interface and configures its preference value, from 1255, to
become a BSR. The C-BSR with the highest BSR preference and address is the
preference
<value> preferred BSR. The default is 1, which indicates that the current interface is not a C-
BSR. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
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Command:ip pim enable

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ip pim enable
Enable PIM-SM on the VLAN to enable IGAP configuration.

Syntax
ip pim enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Globally activates PIM on the switch. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
<vid> Specifies the VLAN id. The range is between 1 and 4094. The default value is 1.
enable Enables IGAP on the switch.
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Command:ip pim enable ethernet port

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ip pim enable ethernet port


Configure PIM for each interface to enable the interface to perform multicasting operations.

Syntax
ip pim enable ethernet port

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables PIM on the local switch interface. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
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Command:ip pim enable vlan

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ip pim enable vlan


Configure PIM for each interface to enable the interface to perform multicasting operations.

Syntax
ip pim enable vlan

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables PIM on the local switch interface. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
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Command:ip pim enable vrf

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ip pim enable vrf


Configure PIM to create or remove an instance of the multicast routing protocol on a Virtual Router Forwarding (VRF) instance.

Syntax
ip pim enable vrf

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Globally activates PIM on the switch. To set this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command. The default is disabled.
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Command:ip pim mbr

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ip pim mbr
Enable the MBR functionality on an Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 to connect a PIM-SM domain to a DVMRP domain.

Syntax
ip pim mbr

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip pim mode sparse

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ip pim mode sparse


Enable PIM-SM globally on the switch to enable IGAP configuration.

Syntax
ip pim mode sparse

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip pim mode ssm

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ip pim mode ssm


Configure SSM to optimize PIM-SM by simplifying the many-to-many model (servers-to-receivers).

Syntax
ip pim mode ssm

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ip pim static-rp

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ip pim static-rp
Configure a static RP to configure a static entry for an RP.

Syntax
ip pim static-rp <A.B.C.D/X> <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the IP address and address mask of the multicast group. When combined, the
A.B.C.D/X IP address and address mask identify the range of the multicast addresses that the RP
handles.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the static RP.
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Command:ip pim virtual-neighbor

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ip pim virtual-neighbor
Configure a virtual neighbor when the next hop for a static route cannot run PIM.

Syntax
ip pim virtual-neighbor <ipaddr> <ipaddr>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ipaddr The first IP address indicates the IP address of the selected interface.
ipaddr The second IP address Indicates the IP address of the neighbor.
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Command:ip prefix-list

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ip prefix-list
Create one or more IP prefix lists and apply those lists to an IP route policy.

Syntax
ip prefix-list <1-1024> <prefix/len> [<ge|le> <0-32>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Creates or adds a prefix to the list.<prefix/len> specifies the IP address and network
<prefix/len> mask in the format a.b.c.d/x, a.b.c.d/x.x.x.x, or default. <ge|le> specifies greater
[<ge|le> than or equal to or less than or equal to. <0-32> specifies the mask length in the
<0-32>] range 0 to 32. The no form of this command is no ip prefix-list <1-1024>
<prefix/len>.
Adds a prefix entry to the prefix list. A.B.C.D/0-32 is the IP address and mask.
<A.B.C.D/0- <ge|le> <0-32> Lower bound and higher bound mask lengths together can define a
32> [<ge|le>
<0-32>] range of networks. Use the no operator to remove a prefix entry from the prefix list:
no ip prefix-list <WORD 1-64> <A.B.C.D/0-32>
name <WORD
1-64> Renames the specified prefix list. The name length is from 1 to 64 characters.
vrf <WORD
0-32> The name of the VRF.
vrfids <0-
255> The ID of the VRF and is an integer in the range of 0 to 255.
name <name> Renames the specified prefix list. The name can contain 164 characters.
prefix- Indicates the name of the specified prefix list, which is a string length from 164
list-name characters. Use the no operator to later remove this configuration.
Adds a prefix entry to the prefix list. Specify the IP address in the format a.b.c.d/x or
IP address a.b.c.d/x.x.x.xImportant Lower boundaries and higher boundaries of the mask
lengths together can define a range of networks. Use the no operator to later
remove this configuration.
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Command:ip redistribute enable

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ip redistribute enable
Configure and enable redistribution entries to allow a protocol toannounce routes of a certain source type, for example, static, RIP,
or direct.

Syntax
ip <rip|ospf|bgp> redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> enable [vrf-src <WORD 0-16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable [vrf-src <vrf-name>] Enables the OSPF route redistribution instance.
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to redistribute-the protocol source.
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies the VRF instance.
vrfids <0-255> Specifies a list of VRF IDs.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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Command:ip redistribute isis

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ip redistribute isis
Configure a redistribute entry to announce certain routes into the domain, including BGP, OSPF, and RIP routes.

Syntax
ip {bgp | ospf | rip} redistribute isis

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{bgp | ospf | rip} Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol source).
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Command:ip redistribute isis enable

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ip redistribute isis enable


Apply redistribution to the specified routes.

Syntax
ip {bgp | ospf | rip} redistribute isis enable

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{bgp | ospf | rip} Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol source).
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Command:ip redistribute isis metric

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ip redistribute isis metric


When you enable this command, the switch configures the metric value for the route while announcing a redistribution. Use the
no operator to disable this configuration, and use the default operator to set this option to the default value.

Syntax
ip {bgp | ospf | rip} redistribute isis metric <0-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{bgp | ospf | rip} Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol source).
<value> Type a metric value between 065535.
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Command:ip redistribute isis route-
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ip redistribute isis route-policy


Configure the route policy to apply to redistributed routes.

Syntax
ip {ospf | rip}redistribute isis route-policy <WORD 0-64>

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{ospf | rip} Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol source).
<WORD 064> Specifies the policy name. Type a name between 064 characters in length.
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Command:ip rip

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ip rip
Configure RIP on Ethernet ports and VLANs so that they can participate in RIP routing.

Syntax
ip rip

ip rip cost <1-15>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Sets the RIP Default Import Metric; default value is 8. This value is used by rip
default-
metric announce of OSPF internal routes if the policy does not specify metric. 0 is used for
deconfiguration.
domain Sets the RIP domain value.
enable Enables the RIP on a particular VRF.
redistribute Specifies the RIP redistribution configuration commands.
timers Specifies the RIP timer configuration commands.
cost <1-15> Configures the RIP cost for this port (link).
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Command:ip rip apply redistribute

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ip rip apply redistribute


Apply the RIP redistribution.

Syntax
ip rip apply redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> [vrf <WORD 0-16>] [vrf-src <WORD 0-
16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
Specifies the VRF instance by name. When applying a
vrf <WORD 0-16> redistribution instance that redistributes from a nonzero VRF to
VRF 0 (the global router), do not specify the destination VRF;
only specify the source VRF.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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Command:ip rip out-policy

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ip rip out-policy
Assign the policy to the RIP interface.

Syntax
ip rip out-policy <WORD 0-32>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 0-32> Specify the name of the route policy.
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Command:ip rip redistribute

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ip rip redistribute
Configure a redistribute entry to announce certain routes into the RIP domain, including static routes, direct routes, RIP, OSPF, or
BGP. Optionally, use a route policy to control the redistribution of routes.

Syntax
ip rip redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies the VRF instance.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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Command:ip rip redistribute bgp
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ip rip redistribute bgp enable


Enable route redistribution on the VRF to enable the information exchange on the PE and CE nodes.

Syntax
ip rip redistribute bgp enable [vrf-src <vrfName>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the redistribution instance on the VRF.
Specify the VRF instance name to which to apply redistribution. To redistribute routes
vrf-src
<vrfName> from VRF 0, explicitly specify vrf-src 0. Otherwise, the command redistributes routes
within the same VRF.
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Command:ip route

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ip route
Configure a black hole static route to the destination a router advertises to avoid routing loops when aggregating or injecting
routes to other routers.

Syntax
ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> 255.255.255.255 enable [next-hop-vrf <WORD 0-16>]

ip route <IP address> <network mask> <next-hop> weight <value> [preference <1-255>] [local-
next-hop enable] enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{A.B.C.D} The first and second <A.B.C.D> specify the IP address and mask for the route
destination. 255.255.255.255 is the black hole route.
enable Adds a static or default route to the router or VRF. The no form of this command is no
ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> 255.255.255.255 enable
Enables the local next hop for this static route. The default form of this command is
local- default ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> local-next-hop enable. The no form
next-hop
enable of this command is no ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> 255.255.255.255 local-next-hop
enable
IP
address Specifies the destination IP address in the format A.B.C.D
Enables or disables this option. True indicates that the static route becomes active only
local- if the switch uses a local route to the network. False indicates that the static route
next-hop becomes active if the switch uses a local route or a dynamic route. Use the no operator
enable to later remove this configuration. To configure this option to the default value, use the
default operator with the command.
network
mask Specifies the network mask in the format A.B.C.D
next-hop Specifies the IP address for the next hop.
Configures the preference for the static route in the range 1255. You can configure
preference different preferences for multiple static routes to the same destination. Use the no
<1-255> operator to later remove this configuration. To configure this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
weight Configures the cost for the static route. The lower the cost, the more preferable the
<value> route.
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Command:ip route bfd

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ip route bfd
Enable BFD on a static route.

Syntax
ip route bfd <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
route Enables BFD on a static route.
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Command:ip route default

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ip route default
The default route specifies a route to all networks for which there are no explicit routes in the Forwarding Information Base or the
routing table. This route has a prefix length of zero (RFC1812). You can configure routing switches with a static default route, or
they can learn it through a dynamic routing protocol.To create a default static route, you configure the destination address and
subnet mask to 0.0.0.0.

Syntax
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 <A.B.C.D> enable [next-hop-vrf <WORD 0-16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> specifies the IP address of the next-hop router (the next router at which
packets must arrive on this route).
enable Adds a static or default route to the router or VRF. The no form of this command is no ip
route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 <A.B.C.D> enable
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Command:ip route preference

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ip route preference
Syntax
ip route preference protocol <static|ospf-intra|ospf-inter|ebgp|ibgp|rip|ospf-extern1|ospf-
extern2|staticv6|ospfv3-intra|ospfv3-inter|ospfv3-extern1|ospfv3-extern2> <0-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
protocol <static|ospf-
intra|ospf- Configures the preference value for the specified protocol. If two
inter|ebgp|ibgp|rip|ospf- protocols have the same configured value, the default value is
extern1|ospf- used. The protocol must be one of the following: static, ospf-intra,
extern2|staticv6|ospfv3-
intra|ospfv3- ospf-inter, ebgp, ibgp, rip, ospf-extern1, ospf-extern2, staticv6,
inter|ospfv3- ospfv3-intra, ospfv3-inter, ospfv3-extern1, or ospfv3-extern2. <0-
extern1|ospfv3-extern2> 255> configures the priority. 0 is reserved for local routes.
<0-255>
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies a VRF instance by VRF name.
vrfids <WORD 0-255> Specifies a VRF instance by VRF number.
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Command:ip route preference protocol
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ip route preference protocol spbm-level1


Configures the preference value for SPBM (Shortest Path BridgingMac) Level 1.

Syntax
Ip route preference protocol spbm-level1 <0-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<value> Type a preference value from 0-255; 0 is reserved for local routes.
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Command:ip routing

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ip routing
Enable IP forwarding (routing) on a global level so that the router supports routing. You can use the IP address of any router
interface for IP-based network management.

Syntax
ip routing

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
routing Enables IP routing.
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Command:ip rsmlt

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ip rsmlt
Configure Routed Split MultiLink Trunking (RSMLT) on each IP VLAN interface.

Syntax
ip rsmlt holddown-timer <0-3600>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Defines how long the RSMLT switch does not participate in Layer 3 forwarding. 0-3600 is
holddown- the timer value in seconds. To set this value to the default value, use the default
timer
<0-3600> operator with this command. Avaya recommends that you configure this value to be
longer than the anticipated routing protocol convergence.
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Command:ip rsmlt edge-support

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ip rsmlt edge-support
Configure RSMLT-edge to store the RSMLT peer MAC/IP address-pair in its local config file and restore the configuration if the
peer does not restore after a simultaneous reboot of both RSMLT-peer switches.

Syntax
ip rsmlt edge-support

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vlan ID The ID of the VLAN in the range of 1 to 4094.
edge-support Enables RSMLT-edge support.
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Command:ip rvs-path-chk mode port

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ip rvs-path-chk mode port


Use the unicast reverse path checking feature to reduce the problems that are caused by the introduction of malformed or forged
(spoofed) IP source addresses into a network.

Syntax
ip rvs-path-chk mode <exist-only|strict>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the mode for reverse path checking. In exist-only mode, reverse path
mode checking checks whether the source IP address of the incoming packet exists in the
<exist- routing table. In strict mode, reverse path checking checks whether the source IP
only|strict> address of the incoming packet exists in the routing table. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ip rvs-path-chk mode vlan

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ip rvs-path-chk mode vlan


Use the unicast reverse path checking feature to reduce the problems that are caused by the introduction of malformed or forged
(spoofed) IP source addresses into a network.

Syntax
ip rvs-path-chk mode <exist-only|strict>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the mode for reverse path checking. In exist-only mode, reverse path
mode checking checks whether the source IP address of the incoming packet exists in the
<exist- routing table. In strict mode, reverse path checking checks whether the source IP
only|strict> address of the incoming packet exists in the routing table. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ip-source-address

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ip-source-address
Specify the CLIP interface as the source address for SPBM Native IP shortcuts.

Syntax
ip-source-address <A.B.C.D>

Default
Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> specifies the network IP address.
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Command:ip static-mroute

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ip static-mroute
Configure a multicast static route to separate unicast and multicast traffic streams for Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF) calculation.

Syntax
ip static-mroute <A.B.C.D/0-32> rpf <A.B.C.D> [preference <1-255>] [enable]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
1255 Specifies a preference value from the range 1255. The default value is 1. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the RPF neighbor or the static route.
A.B.C.D/0-
32 Specifies the IP address and the network mask for the route.
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Command:ip ttl

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ip ttl
Configure the IP routing protocol stack to specify which routing features the switch can use.

Syntax
ip ttl <1-255>

Default
The default value is 255.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the default time-to-live (TTL) value for a routed packet. The TTL is the
ttl <1- maximum number of seconds before a packet is discarded. The default value of 255 is
255> used whenever a time is not supplied in the datagram header. The default form of this
command is default ip ttl.
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Command:ipv6 area

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ipv6 area
Create and configure an OSPF area.

Syntax
ipv6 area <A.B.C.D> default-cost <cost> import <value> [import-summaries enable]
translator-role <value> type <nssa|stub>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Stub default metric for this stub area. cost is the range from 0 to 16777215. This is
default-
cost <cost> the metric value applied at the indicated type of service. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the area support for importing advertisements. The options are:external-
import Stub and nssa are both false noexternal-Set the area as stub area nssa-Set the area
<value> as nssa To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
import- Configures the area support for importing summary advertisements into a stub area.
summaries Use this entry only for a stub area. To set this option to the default value, use the
enable default operator with the command.
translator- Indicates an NSSA Border router ability to perform translation of type-7 LSAs into
role
<value> type-5 LSAs Default is 1, the candidate value is 2.
Configures the type of area. An NSSA prevents flooding of normal route
type
<nssa|stub> advertisements into the area by replacing them with a default route. A stub area uses
only one exit point (router interface) out of the area.
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Command:ipv6 area range

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ipv6 area range


Configure an area address range on the OSPF router to reduce the number of ABR advertisements into other OSPF areas.

Syntax
ipv6 area range <A.B.C.D> <Ipv6 address/prefix> <inter-area-prefix-link|nssa-extlink>
advertise-mode <advertise|not-advertise>] advertise-metric <0-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the area.
advertise-metric <065535> Specifies the advertise metric value and LSA type.
advertise-mode Specifies the area range advertise mode as advertise or not-
<advertise|not-advertise> advertise.
ipv6addrress/prefix Configures the IPv6 address range of an OSPF area. The string
length is 0255 characters.
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Command:ipv6 area virtual-link

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ipv6 area virtual-link


Configure an OSPF virtual interface to the ABR if a remote OSPF ABR uses no connection to the backbone area but needs to be
part of the same routing domain (AS) in which the switch resides.

Syntax
ipv6 area virtual-link <area IP address> <virtual link IP address> dead-interval <seconds>
hello-interval <seconds> retransmit-interval <seconds> transit-delay <seconds>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
dead- Specifies the dead interval, in seconds, as a range 14 095. To set this option to the
interval
<seconds> default value, use the default operator with the command.
hello- Specifies the Hello interval, in seconds, sent between switches for a virtual interface in
interval an OSPF area. The range is 165535. To set this option to the default value, use the
<seconds> default operator with the command.
retransmit- Specifies the retransmit interval, in seconds, sent between switches for a virtual
interval interface in an OSPF area. The range is 11800. To set this option to the default
<seconds> value, use the default operator with the command.
transit- Specifies the transit delay interval, in seconds, sent between switches for a virtual
delay interface in an OSPF area. The range is 11800. To set this option to the default
<seconds> value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ipv6 as-boundary-router
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ipv6 as-boundary-router enable


Enable the OSPF autonomous system boundary router for ipv6.

Syntax
ipv6 as-boundary-router enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
as-boundary-router enable Enables the OSPF autonomous system boundary router.
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Command:ipv6 dhcp-relay

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ipv6 dhcp-relay
Configure DHCP relay parameters on the specified port or VLAN..

Syntax
ipv6 dhcp-relay

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ipv6 dhcp-relay fwd-path

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ipv6 dhcp-relay fwd-path


Create the forwarding path from the client to the server.

Syntax
ipv6 dhcp-relay fwd-path <agent-addr> <server-addr> [enable]

Default
The default is disable.

Command mode
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Command:ipv6 icmp error-interval

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ipv6 icmp error-interval


Configure Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) to transport error and information messages within IPv6 packets.

Syntax
ipv6 icmp error-interval <0-2147483647>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
error-interval Configures the error interval in milliseconds. The interval is the time between
<0 through transmission of error messages. To set this option to the default value, use the
2147483647> default operator with the command.
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Command:ipv6 interface address

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ipv6 interface address


Configure an interface as an IPv6 interface to use IPv6 routing on the interface.

Syntax
ipv6 interface address <ipv6 address> vlan <vlan id>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
address <ipv6 Configures the IPv6 address and prefix length in the format address/prefix
address> length.
vlan <vlan id> Specifies the VLAN ID.
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Command:ipv6 interface address vlan

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ipv6 interface address vlan


Configure a VLAN as an IPv6 VLAN to use IPv6 routing on the VLAN.

Syntax
ipv6 interface address <ipv6 address>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
address <ipv6 address> Configures the IPv6 address or prefix length.
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Command:ipv6 interface multicast-
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ipv6 interface multicast-routing


Configure a VLAN for multicast traffic to enable MLD on the VLAN.

Syntax
ipv6 interface multicast-routing [reachable-time <value>] [retransmit-timer <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
reachable-time Configures the reachable time, in milliseconds, for the interface. The range is 0
<value> 3600000.
retransmit- Configures the time between attempts to transmit multicast packets, in
timer <value> milliseconds, for the interface. The range is 03600000.
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Command:ipv6 interface multicast-
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ipv6 interface multicast-routing brouter


Configure multicasting on a brouter port to enable MLD on the port.

Syntax
ipv6 interface multicast-routing [reachable-time <value>] [retransmit-timer <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
reachable-time Configures the reachable time, in milliseconds, for the interface. The range is 0-
<value> 3600000.
retransmit- Configures the time between attempts to transmit multicast packets, in
timer <value> milliseconds, for the interface. The range is 0-3600000.
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Command:ipv6 mgmt-virtual

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ipv6 mgmt-virtual
Configure a system virtual IPv6 address to manage of the SF/CPU Ethernet port in failover situations.

Syntax
ipv6 mgmt-virtual <ipv6address/prefixlen>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the IPv6 address and prefix length to add to the port. To set
ipv6address/prefixlen this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command: default ipv6 mgmt-virtual.
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Command:ipv6 mld

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ipv6 mld
Configure Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) on a VLAN to customize the configuration.

Syntax
ipv6 mld [last-memb-query-int <value>] [query-interval <value>] [query-max-response-time
<value>] [robustval <value>] [version <1|2>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
last-memb-query- Configures the query interval time in 1/10 of a second for the last member.
int <value> value is in the range 065535.
query-interval Configures the maximum query response time advertised in MLD queries on
<value> this interface. value is in the range 065535.
query-max- Configures the query interval time in 1/10 of a second for the last member.
response-time
<value> value is in the range 065535.
robustval <value> Configures the robustness value. value is in the range 065535.
version <1|2> Configures the version of MLD to version 1 or version 2.
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Command:ipv6 mld brouter

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ipv6 mld brouter


Configure MLD on a brouter port to customize the configuration.

Syntax
ipv6 mld [last-memb-query-int <value>] [query-interval <value>] [query-max-response-time
<value>] [robustval <value>] [version <1|2>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
last-memb-query- Configures the query interval time in 1/10 of a second for the last member.
int <value> value is in the range 065535.
query-interval Configures the query interval time in 1/10 of a second. value is in the
<value> range 065535.
query-max- Configures the maximum query response time advertised in MLD queries on
response-time
<value> this interface. value is in the range 065535.
robustval <value> Configures the robustness value. value is in the range 065535.
version <1|2> Configures the version of MLD to version 1 or version 2.
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Command:ipv6 multicast-routing

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ipv6 multicast-routing
Enable the router for multicast traffic to enable MLD globally.

Syntax
ipv6 multicast-routing

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ipv6 nd

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ipv6 nd
Configure route advertisement to discover potential default routers in a network, and to discover link information.

Syntax
ipv6 nd [dad-ns <0-600>] [hop-limit <1-255>] [managed-config-flag] [other-config-flag]
[ra-lifetime <0|4-9000>] [rtr-advert-max-interval <4-1800>] [rtr-advert-min-interval <3-
1350>] [send-ra]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
The number of neighbor solicitation messages from duplicate address detection. The
dad-ns acceptable range is 0 through 600. A value of 0 disables duplicate address detection on
the specified interface. A value of 1 configures a single transmission without follow-up
transmissions. Use the default operator to set this value to the default setting.
hop- Enter the maximum number of hops before packets drop. Use the default operator to set
limit this value to the default setting.
managed- Set to true to enable M-bit (managed address configuration) on the router. Use the no
config- operator to remove this option. Use the default operator to set this value to the default
flag setting.
Set to true to enable the O-bit (other stateful configuration) in the router advertisement.
other- Other stateful configuration autoconfigures received information without addresses. Use
config-
flag the no operator to remove this option. Use the default operator to set this value to the
default setting.
Enter the router lifetime included in router advertisement. Other devices use this
ra-
lifetime information to determine if the router can be reached. The range is 0 or 49000. Use the
default operator to set this value to the default setting.
rtr-
advert- Configures the maximum time allowed between sending unsolicited multicast router
max- advertisements.
interval
rtr- Configures the minimum time allowed between sending unsolicited multicast router
advert- advertisements from the interface, in seconds. (31350 seconds). Use the default
min-
interval operator to set this value to the default setting.
send-ra Enable or disable periodic router advertisement messages. Use the no operator to remove
this option. Use the default operator to set this value to the default setting.
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Command:ipv6 nd prefix

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ipv6 nd prefix
Set neighbor discovery prefix parameters.

Syntax
ipv6 nd prefix <prefix/prefix length> [infinite] [no-advertise] [preferred-life <seconds>]
[valid-life <seconds>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
infinite Configures the prefix as infinite.
preferred-life Configures the preferred life, in seconds. The valid range is 03600000. Use the
<seconds> default operator to set this value to the default setting.
prefix/prefix
length Specifies the IP address and prefix.
valid-life Configures the valid life, in seconds. The valid range is 03600000. Use the
<seconds> default operator to set this value to the default setting.
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Command:ipv6 nd prefix-interface

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ipv6 nd prefix-interface
Configure discovery prefixes to discover link-layer addresses and to obtain and advertise various network parameters and
reachability information.

Syntax
ipv6 nd prefix-interface < Ipv6address-prefix> [no-autoconfig <false|true>] [eui <1-3>]
[no-advertise] [no-onlink <false|true>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no-
autoconfig If true, the prefix is used for autonomous address configuration.
<false|true>
eui <1-3> (1) eui (extended unique identifier) not used, (2) eui with U/L (Universal/Local bit)
complement enabled, (3) eui used without u/l.
no-advertise Removes the prefix from the neighbor advertisement. Use the no operator to
remove this option. Use the default operator to set this value to the default setting.
no-onlink If true, onlink determination uses the prefix. This value is placed in the L-bit field in
<false|true> the prefix information option. It is a 1-bit flag.
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Command:ipv6 neighbor

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ipv6 neighbor
Add neighbors to the cache manually.

Syntax
ipv6 neighbor <ipv6 address> port <slot/port> mac <mac address> vlan <vlan id>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ipv6
address Specifies the IPv6 address in hexadecimal colon format {string length 0..128}.

mac address Specifies the MAC address in the following format:


{0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00}.
slot/port Specifies the slot and port location to add a neighbor for a brouter port.
vlan id Specifies the ID of the VLAN to add a neighbor for a VLAN.
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Command:ipv6 ospf area

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ipv6 ospf area


Configure an OSPF interface for designated router (DR) and backup designated router (BDR) election to reduce the amount of
routing traffic.

Syntax
ipv6 ospf area <A.B.C.D> cost <metric> [dead-interval <seconds>] [hello-interval
<seconds>][network <value>][priority <value>] [retransmit-interval <seconds>] [transit-
delay <seconds>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
area
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the area IP address (0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255) {a.b.c.d}.
Configures the OSPF metric for the interface. The switch advertises the metric in
cost
<metric> router link advertisements. metric is the range 065535. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the OSPF dead interval for the interface. seconds is the number of seconds
dead- the switch OSPF neighbors wait before determining that this OSPF router is down.
interval The range is from 14095. This value must be at least four times the Hello interval
<seconds> value. The default is 40. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
Configures the OSPF hello interval for the interface. seconds is the number of seconds
hello- between hello packets sent on this interface. The range is 165535. The default is 10.
interval Important When you change the hello interval values, you must save the configuration
<seconds> file and reboot the switch for the values to be restored and checked for consistency.
To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
network Configures the type of interface. The choices are:eth-broadcast nbma-NBMA p2mp-
<value> point-to-multipoint p2p-point-to-point
poll- Configures the polling interval for the OSPF interface in seconds. seconds is 0
interval 2147483647. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
<seconds> command.
Configures the OSPF priority for the interface during the election process for the
designated router. The interface with the highest priority number is the designated
router. The interface with the second-highest priority becomes the backup designated
priority
<value> router. If the priority is 0, the interface cannot become either the designated router or
a backup. The priority is used only during election of the designated router and
backup designated router. value is in the range 0255. The default is 1. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the retransmit interval for the OSPF interface; the number of seconds
retransmit-
interval between link-state advertisement retransmissions. seconds is an integer between 11
<seconds> 800. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
Configures the transit delay time for the OSPF interface, the estimated time in
transit- seconds it takes to transmit a link-state update packet over the interface. seconds is
delay
<seconds> an integer between 11 800. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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Command:ipv6 ospf area vlan

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ipv6 ospf area vlan


Configure OSPFv3 parameters for a specified VLAN to customize your OSPF IPv6 configuration.

Syntax
ipv6 ospf area <A.B.C.D> cost <metric> [dead-interval <seconds>] [hello-interval
<seconds>][network <value>][priority <value>] [retransmit-interval <seconds>] [transit-
delay <seconds>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
area
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the area IP address (0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255) {a.b.c.d}.
Configures the OSPF metric for the interface. The switch advertises the metric in
cost
<mtric> router link advertisements. metric is the range 065535. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the OSPF dead interval for the interface. seconds is the number of seconds
dead- the switch OSPF neighbors wait before determining that this OSPF router is down.
interval The range is from 14095. This value must be at least four times the Hello interval
<seconds> value. The default is 40. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
Configures the OSPF hello interval for the interface. seconds is the number of seconds
between hello packets sent on this interface. The range is 165 535. The default is
hello- 10. Important When you change the hello interval values, you must save the
interval
<seconds> configuration file and reboot the switch for the values to be restored and checked for
consistency. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
network Configures the type of interface. The choices are:eth-broadcast nbma-NBMA p2mp-
<value> point-to-multipoint p2p-point-to-point
poll- Configures the polling interval for the OSPF interface in seconds. seconds is between
interval 02147483647. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with
<seconds> the command.
Configures the OSPF priority for the interface during the election process for the
designated router. The interface with the highest priority number is the designated
router. The interface with the second-highest priority becomes the backup designated
priority
<value> router. If the priority is 0, the interface cannot become either the designated router or
a backup. The priority is used only during election of the designated router and
backup designated router. value is in the range 0255. The default is 1. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the retransmit interval for the OSPF interface; the number of seconds
retransmit-
interval between link-state advertisement retransmissions. seconds is an integer between 1
<seconds> 1800. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
Configures the transit delay time for the OSPF interface, the estimated time in
transit- seconds it takes to transmit a link-state update packet over the interface. seconds is
delay
<seconds> an integer between 11800. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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Command:ipv6 ospf enable

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ipv6 ospf enable


Enable OSPF on the interface.

Syntax
ipv6 ospf enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the OSPF on the ipv6 interface.
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Command:ipv6 ospf enable vlan

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ipv6 ospf enable vlan


Enable OSPF on a VLAN.

Syntax
ipv6 ospf enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the OSPF on the ipv6 VLAN interface.
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Command:ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr

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ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr


Configure port-based OSPFv3 neighbor parameters for specified ports to customize your OSPF IPv6 configuration.

Syntax
ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr <Ipv6address/prefix-len> priority <priority>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Ipv6address/prefix-
len Specifies the IPv6 address of the neighbor as a string of 043.
Configures the OSPF priority for the interface during the election process
for the designated router. The interface with the highest priority number is
the designated router. The interface with the second-highest priority
priority becomes the backup designated router. If the priority is 0, the interface
<priority> cannot become either the designated router or a backup. The priority is
used only during election of the designated router and backup designated
router. The range is 0 to 255. The default is 1. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr vlan

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ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr vlan


Configure port-based OSPFv3 neighbor parameters for specified ports on VLAN to customize your OSPF IPv6 configuration.

Syntax
ipv6 ospf nbma-nbr <Ipv6address/prefix-len> priority <priority>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Ipv6address/prefix-
len Specifies the IPv6 address of the neighbor as a string of 043.
Configures the OSPF priority for the VLAN during the election process for
the designated router. The interface with the highest priority number is the
designated router. The interface with the second-highest priority becomes
priority the backup designated router. If the priority is 0, the interface cannot
<priority> become either the designated router or a backup. The priority is used only
during election of the designated router and backup designated router. The
range is 0 to 255. The default is 1. To set this option to the default value,
use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ipv6 redistribute direct

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ipv6 redistribute direct


Enable or disable direct and static redistribution to redistribute IPv6 direct and static routes into an OSPFv3 routing domain.

Syntax
ipv6 redistribute direct enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
static enable Enables or disables static redistribution to redistribute IPv6 static routes.
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Command:ipv6 route

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ipv6 route
Configure IPv6 static routes to change static routes directly with the IPv6 static routing table manager.

Syntax
ipv6 route <Ipv6 address/prefix> enable [next-hop <Ipv6 address/prefix>] [port <slot/port>]
[tunnel <tunnel-id>] [vlan <vlan id>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Adds a static or default route to the switch. ipv6address/prefix is the IP address
and prefix for the route destination as a string 046 characters. next-hop
enable [next- <value> is the IP address of the next-hop router; the next router at which
hop <Ipv6
address/prefix>] packets must arrive on this route. The string length is 046 characters. When
creating a black hole static route, set this field to 255.255.255.255 as the IP
address of the router through which the specified route is accessible.
port <value> Specifies the slot and the port number.
vlan <value> Specifies the VLAN ID in the range of 14094.
tunnel <value> configures the tunnel ID in the range of 12147483647.
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Command:ipv6 tunnel

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ipv6 tunnel
Create a tunnel to transfer traffic between IPv6 devices in an IPv4 network. Configure manual tunnels when you want to define
both the local and destination addresses.

Syntax
ipv6 tunnel <tunnel id> source <A.B.C.D> address <ipv6 address/prefix-len> destination
<A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
address <ipv6 Configures the local address for the tunneled device in IPv6/prefix-
address/prefix-len> length format.
destination <A.B.C.D> Configures the address for the device that is tunneled to in IPv4 or
IPv6/prefix-length format.
source <A.B.C.D> Configures the address for the local device.
tunnel id Specifies the ID number of the tunnel in the range of 1
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Command:ipv6 tunnel vlan

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ipv6 tunnel vlan


Configure OSPF on a VLAN or brouter tunnel to create a dynamic IPv6 tunnel on the OSPF interface.

Syntax
ipv6 tunnel <tunnel id> [dead-interval <seconds>] enable [hello-interval <seconds>] [metric
<value>] [poll-interval <seconds>] [priority <value>] [retransmit-interval <seconds>]
[transit-delay <seconds>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
area
<A.B.C.D> Configures the area IP address (0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255) {a.b.c.d}.
Configures the OSPF dead interval for the interface. seconds is the number of seconds
dead- the switch OSPF neighbors wait before determining that this OSPF router is down.
interval The range is from 1-4095. This value must be at least four times the hello interval
<seconds> value. The default is 40. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
enable Configures the state (enabled or disabled) of the OSPF interface. To set this option to
the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the OSPF Hello interval for the interface. seconds is the number of seconds
hello- between hello packets sent on this interface. The range is 165535. The default is 10.
interval Important When you change the hello interval values, you must save the configuration
<seconds> file and reboot the switch for the values to be restored and checked for consistency.
To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the OSPF metric for the interface. The switch advertises the metric in
metric
<value> router link advertisements. value is the range 065535. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
poll- Configures the polling interval for the OSPF interface in seconds. seconds is between
interval 12 147 483 647. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator
<seconds> with the command.
Configures the OSPF priority for the interface during the election process for the
designated router. The interface with the highest priority number is the designated
router. The interface with the second-highest priority becomes the backup designated
priority
<value> router. If the priority is 0, the interface cannot become either the designated router or
a backup. The priority is used only during election of the designated router and
backup designated router. value is in the range 0255. The default is 1. To set this
option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
Configures the retransmit interval for the OSPF interface; the number of seconds
retransmit- between link-state advertisement retransmissions. seconds is an integer between 1
interval
<seconds> 1800. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
Configures the transit delay time for the OSPF interface, the estimated time in
transit- seconds required to transmit a link-state update packet over the interface. seconds is
delay
<seconds> an integer between 11800. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
tunnel-id Specifies the ID number of the tunnel in the range of 12147483647.
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Command:ipv6 vrrp

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ipv6 vrrp
Configure the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) properties on a port by using the following command.

Syntax
[no] ipv6 vrrp <1-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1255> Specifies the Virtual Router ID.
no Delete VRRP from the port.
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Command:ipv6 vrrp address

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ipv6 vrrp address


Configure Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol address on a port.

Syntax
ipv6 vrrp address <1-255> {[global <X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X:>/len] [link-local <fe80::X:X:X:X>}

Default
None

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{[global <X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X>/len] [link-local Specifies a global or local-link (or both)
<fe80::X:X:X:X>} IPv6 VRRP address.
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Command:ip verify source interface

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ip verify source interface


Use this command to enable IP Source Guard to add a high level of security to the desired port by preventing IP spoofing.

Syntax
ip verify source interface [<interface type>] [<portlist>]

Default
None

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<interface Identifies the interface on which you want IP Source Guard enabled. Values are
type> FastEthernet and GigabitEthernet.
<portlist> Specifies a single port or range of ports, entered as {slot/port [-slot/port][,...]}.
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Command:ipvpn

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ipvpn
Create an IP VPN instance in the VRF before you enable the IP VPN for VPN communications.

Syntax
ipvpn

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:ipvpn enable

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ipvpn enable
Enable IP VPN to configure VPN communications.

Syntax
ipvpn enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:ipvpn service-label-
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ipvpn service-label-allocation
Configure the service label allocation scheme for locally generated service labels on routes that are exported from a VRF to remote
PEs.

Syntax
ipvpn service-label-allocation {per-vrf|per-vrf-per-nexthop}

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
service- Configures the service label allocation scheme for locally generated service labels on
label- routes that are exported from the VRF to remote PEs. Use per-vrf to enable ingress
allocation VRF IP forwarding information base (FIB) lookup for traffic that arrives from the core
{per- network. This scheme reduces the number of service labels distributed in the VPN
vrf|per- network. Use per-vrf-per-nexthop to enable optimized IP VPN data path at tunnel exit.
vrf-per- This scheme provides higher forwarding throughput than the per-vrf option. To
nexthop} configure this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ip vrf

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ip vrf
Create one or more VRFs for each VPN that the PE node services to isolate the traffic.

Syntax
ip vrf <WORD 0-16>

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
max-
routes Specifies the maximum number of routes allowed for the VRF from 0250000. To
<0 configure this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
250000>
max- Enables the generation of the VRF maximum routes exceeded traps. Use the no operator
routes- to later remove this configuration. To configure this option to the default value, use the
trap
enable default operator with the command.
name
<WORD> Renames the VRF instance.
Enables the generation of the VrfUp and VrfDown traps. Use the no operator to later
vrf-trap
enable remove this configuration. To configure this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
vrfid
<1255> Specifies the VRF instance by number.
<WORD 0-
16> Specifies the name of the VRF instance.
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ip vrf max-routes
Configure the maximum number of routes the system can store in the VRF routing table to conserve memory use.

Syntax
ip vrf <vrfName> max-routes <0-250000>

Default
None

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
max- Specifies the maximum number of routes allowed for the VRF from the range of 0
routes 250000. To configure this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
<0
250000> command.
vrf
<vrfName> Specifies the VRF name.
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Command:ip vrrp

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ip vrrp
Configure Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) on a port or a VLAN.

Syntax
ip vrrp <1-255> enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables VRRP on the port. Use the no operator to disable VRRP on the port: no ip vrrp
enable <1-255> enable To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with this
command.
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Command:i-sid

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i-sid
Assigns an ISID to the VRF being configured.

Syntax
[no] [default] i-sid

Default
None

Command mode
VRF configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to remove the ISID to VRF allocation for this VRF.
default Use the no option to remove the ISID to VRF allocation for this VRF.
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Command:isis

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isis
Create an IS-IS circuit/interface on the selected ports or MLTs.

Syntax
[no] isis

Default
None

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no] Use the no option to delete an IS-IS interface.
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Command:isis apply redistribute

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isis apply redistribute


Apply the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network.

Syntax
isis apply redistribute {direct | bgp| ospf | rip | static}

Default
None

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode or Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{direct | bgp| ospf | rip | static} Specifies the protocol.
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isis apply redistribute vrf


Apply the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network on the specified VRF.

Syntax
isis apply redistribute {direct | bgp| ospf | rip | static} vrf <vrf-name>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{direct | bgp| ospf | rip | static} Specifies the protocol.
vrf <vrf-name> Specifies the VRF. value of WORD 064
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isis enable
Enable the IS-IS circuit/interface on the selected ports or MLTs.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis enable

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no] Use the no option to disable SPBM on the specified interface.
[default] Use the default option to disable SPBM on the specified interface.
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Command:isis hello-auth type

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isis hello-auth type


Specify the authentication type used for IS-IS hello packets on the interface.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis hello-auth type <type> [key <key>] [key-id <key-id>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set the hello-auth type to none.
default Use the default option to set the hello-auth type to none.
<type> <type> can be one of the following: none simple: if selected, you can also specifi a key
value. hmac-md5: if selected, you can also specify a key value and key-id.
<key> Specifies a key value.
<key-id> Specifies a key ID.
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isis l1-dr-priority
Configure the level 1 IS-IS designated router priority to the specified value.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis [l1-dr-priority <l1-hello-interval>]

Default
The default value is 64.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 64.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of 64.
<l1-hello-interval Specifies the level 1 IS-IS designated router priority to the specified value.
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Command:isis l1-hello-interval

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isis l1-hello-interval
Configure the level 1hello interval.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis l1-hello-interval <l1-hello-interval>

Default
The default is 9.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 9 seconds.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of 9
seconds.
<l1-hello-
interval Specifies the level 1 hello interval.
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Command:isis l1-hello-multiplier

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isis l1-hello-multiplier
Configure the level 1 hello multiplier.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis l1-hello-multiplier <l1-hello-multiplier>

Default
The default value is 3 seconds.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 3 seconds.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of 3
seconds.
<l1-hello-
multiplier> Specifies the level 1 hello multiplier.
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Command:isis redistribute

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isis redistribute
Configure the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis redistribute {direct | bgp | ospf | rip | static} [metric <0-65535>]
[metric-type {internal | external}] [route-map <WORD 0-64>] [subnets {allow | suppress}]

Default
None

Command mode
VRF configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to delete the configuration.
default Use the default option to delete the configuration.
{direct | bgp | ospf | rip | static} Specifies the protocol.
metric <065535> Specifies metric route.
metric-type {internal | external} Specifies metric-type.
route-map <WORD 064> Specifies route-policy.
subnets {allow | suppress} Specifies subnets.
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Command:isis redistribute enable

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isis redistribute enable


Enable the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis redistribute {direct | bgp | ospf | rip | static} enable

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
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isis spbm
Enable the SPBM instance on the IS-IS interfaces.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis spbm <1-100>

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no] Use the no option to disable SPBM on the specified interface.
[default] Use the default option to disable SPBM on the specified interface.
<1100> Enter IS-IS SPBM instance ID.
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isis spbm interface-type


Configure the SPBM instance interface-type on the IS-IS interface located on the specified port or MLT. To configure these
parameters, you must disable IS-IS on the interface.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis spbm <inst> interface-type <if-type>

Default
The default value is 10.

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<inst> Specifies the SPBM instance ID.
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 10.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of 10.
<if-type> Specifies the interface type.
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isis spbm l1-metric


Configure the SPBM instance l1metric on the IS-IS interface located on the specified port or MLT. To configure these
parameters, you must disable IS-IS on the interface.

Syntax
[no] [default] isis spbm <inst> l1-metric <cost>

Default
The default value is 10.

Command mode
Interface configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 10.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of 10.
<inst> Specifies the SPBM instance ID. Range is 1100.
<cost> Specifies the cost. Range is 116777215.
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ist enable
Enable an interswitch trunk.

Syntax
ist enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the interswitch trunk.
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ist peer-ip
Create an interswitch trunk from an existing MLT.

Syntax
ist peer-ip <A.B.C.D> vlan <vid>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Specify the peer IP address-the IP address of the IST VLAN on the other aggregation
switch.
<14094> Specify the VLAN ID.
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Command:is-type

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is-type
Set the router type globally.

Syntax
[no] [default] is-type {l1}

Default
The default value is l1.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of l1.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of l1.
{l1} l1 is a Level-1 router type. l12 is not valid for Release 7.1.
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Command:khi boot-delay

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khi boot-delay
Configure the boot delay to provide a valid baseline of normal operations.

Syntax
khi boot-delay <minutes>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<minutes> Specifies the boot delay period in minutes.
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Command:khi chassis

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khi chassis
Configure chassis KHI to display the key health indicators of the chassis, including temperature, fans, power supply, slots and CPU
state.

Syntax
khi chassis

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no]<14094> Disables the specified KHI feature.
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Command:khi enable

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khi enable
Use this command to configure KHI at the global level.

Syntax
[no] khi enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no] Disables the specified KHI feature.
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Command:khi performance

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khi performance
Use this command to enable performance KHI.

Syntax
[no] khi performance

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no] Disables the specified KHI feature.
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Command:khi port

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khi port
Enable port KHI to track overall system statistics for the preceding two minutes, Port Up/Down Events, SMLT Port Up/Down
Events, IST Port Up/Down Events, IST Port Up/Down Events, Port Errors and the history of the last 10 Port KHI events.

Syntax
[no] khi port

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Disables the specified KHI feature.
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Command:l2 ping

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l2 ping
Trigger an L2 ping.

Syntax
l2 ping l2 ping {vlan <vlan> routernodename <RouterNodeName> | vlan <vlan> systemidmac
<SystemIdMac> | ip-address <ipaddress>} [burst-count <value>] [data-tlv-size <value>]
[frame-size <value>] [testfill-pattern <value>] [priority <value>] [time-out <value>]
[source-mode <value>] [vrf <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vlan <vlan> routernodename Specifies the destination for the L2 ping: <vid> = <1
<RouterNodeName> | vlan <vlan> 4094> <.RouterNodeName> = Word <0255>
systemidmac <SystemIdMac> | ip- <SystemIDMac> = <XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX>
address <ipaddress> <ipaddress> = <A.B.C.D>
burst-count <value> Specifies the burst count. Range is 1200.
data-tlv-size <value> Specifies the data TLV size. Range is 0400.
frame-size <value> Specifies the frame size. Range is 64500.
Specifies the testfill pattern. Range is 14:all-zero all-
testfill-pattern <value> zero-crc pseudo-random-bit-sequence pseudo-random-
bit-sequence-crc
priority <value> Specifies the priority. Range is 07.
time-out <value> Specifies the interval in seconds. Range is 110.
source-mode <value> Specifies the source mode. Range is 12:nodal
smltVirtual
vrf <value> Specifies the VRF name.
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Command:l2tracemroute source group
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l2tracemroute source group cvlan


Use this command to configure the CFM12 trace m route on the C-VLAN (layer 2).

Syntax
l2tracemroute source <ip address> group <ip address> cvlan <value> priority <value> ttl
<value>

Default
None

Command mode
User EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
source <ip
address> Specifies the IP address where the trace m route originates from.
group <ip
address> Specifies the IP address of the C-VLAN group.
cvlan
<value> Specifies the C-VLAN to associate with the I-SID. The range is between 0 and 4,094.
priority Specifies the priority value to be used in the C-VLAN header if present in the
<value> transmitted frame. The value is between 0 and 7.
ttl <value> Specifies the returned trace response. The TTL value is between 1 and 255.
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Command:l2tracemroute source group
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l2tracemroute source group vrf priority ttl


Use this command to configure the CFM12 trace m route on the VRF (layer 3).

Syntax
l2tracemroute source <ip address> group <ip address> vrf <value> priority <value> ttl
<value>

Default
None

Command mode
User EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
source <ip
address> Specifies the IP address where the trace m route originates from.
group <ip
address> Specifies the IP address of the VRF group.
vrf <value> Specifies the VRF to associate with the I-SID. The range is between 0 and 64.
priority Specifies the priority value to be used in the VRF header if present in the
<value> transmitted frame. The value is between 0 and 7.
ttl <value> Specifies the returned trace response. The TTL value is between 1 and 255.
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Command:l2 traceroute

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l2 traceroute
Trigger an L2 traceroute.

Syntax
l2 traceroute {vlan <vid> routernodename <RouterNodeName> | vlan <vid> systemidmac
<SystemIdMac> | <ipaddress>} [ttl <value>] [priority <value>] [source-mode <value>] [vrf
<value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vlan <vid> Specifies the destination for the L2 traceroute:<vid> =
routernodename<RouterNodeName> <14094> <RouterNodeName> = Word <0255>
| vlan <vid> systemidmac <SystemIDMac> = <XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX> <ipaddress> =
<SystemIdMac> | <ipaddress> <A.B.C.D>
ttl <value> Specifies the TTL value. Range is 1255.
priority <value> Specifies the priority. Range is 07.
source-mode <value> Specifies the source mode. Range is 12.nodal smltVirtual
vrf <value> Specifies the VRF name.
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Command:l2 tracetree

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l2 tracetree
Trigger an L2 tracetree.

Syntax
l2 tracetree {<vlan.isid> | <vid.isid.RouterNodeName> | <vlan.isid.SystemIdMac>} [ttl
<value>] [priority <value>] [source-mode <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<vlan.isid> | {{1..4094}.{1..16777215}} | {{1..4094}. {1..16777215}.str}
<vid.isid.RouterNodeName> | | {{1..4094}.{1..16777215}.
<vlan.isid.SystemIdMac> {00:00:00:00:00:00...FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF}}
ttl <value> Specifies the TTL value. Range is 1255.
priority <value> Specifies the priority value. Range is 07.
source-mode <value> Specifies the source mode. Range is 12:1: nodal 2:
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Command:lacp

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lacp
Configure LACP parameters globally. When the LACP system priority is set globally, it applies to all LACP-enabled aggregators and
ports.

Syntax
lacp

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
aggr-wait-time <2002000> Sets the aggregation wait time (in milliseconds) globally.
The default value is 2000.
Enables LACP globally. To disable LACP globally, use the no
enable operator to remove this configuration. To set this option to
the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
fast-periodic-time <20020000> Sets the fast-periodic time (in milliseconds) globally. The
default is 20000 ms.
slow-periodic-time <10000 Sets the slow periodic time globally. The default value is
30000> 1000 ms.
smlt-sys-id Sets the LACP system ID globally. Enter a MAC address in
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00> the following format: 0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00.
system-priority <0-65535> Sets the global LACP system priority. The default value is
32768.
Sets the timeout scale globally. The default value is 3. To
timeout-scale <2-10> set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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Command:lacp enable

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lacp enable
Configure LACP on a port to enable or disable LACP on the selected ports.

Syntax
lacp enable

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables LACP on the port.
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Command:lacp enable key

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lacp enable key


Configure an MLT with LACP to use the dynamic link aggregation function.

Syntax
lacp enable key <integer>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
key <integer> Sets LACP aggregator key for a specific MLT. integer is the LACP actor admin key.
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Command:lb-controller

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lb-controller
Specifies the ID of the WLAN Controller that you want to add or remove from the cluster of WLAN Controllers. The valid numbers
are from 1 to 4.

Syntax
lb-controller <contId:1-4>

Default
None

Command mode
WLAN Switch Configuration

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<contId:1 Specifies the ID of the WLAN Controller that you want to add or remove from the
4> cluster of WLAN Controllers. The valid numbers are from 1 to 4.
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the IPv4 address of the WLAN Controller, which must be a unique address
within the WLAN domain.
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Command:link-flap-detect auto-port-
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link-flap-detect auto-port-down
Enable automatic port disabling.

Syntax
link-flap-detect auto-port-down

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
auto- Activates automatic disabling of the port if the link-flap threshold is exceeded. This option
port- is disabled by default. Use the no operator to remove this configuration. To set this
down option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:link-flap-detect frequency

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link-flap-detect frequency
Configure the number of changes allowed during the interval on the port.

Syntax
link-flap-detect frequency <frequency>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the number of changes that are allowed during the time specified by the
frequency
<frequency> interval command. The default is 10. frequency is from 19999. To set this option to
the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:link-flap-detect interval

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link-flap-detect interval
Configure link flap detection and interval to control link state changes on a physical port.

Syntax
link-flap-detect interval <interval>

Default
The default is 60.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
interval Configures the link-flap-detect interval in seconds. interval is from 2600. To set this
<interval> option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:link-flap-detect send-trap

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link-flap-detect send-trap
Enable sending a trap on the port.

Syntax
link-flap-detect send-trap

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Activates sending traps. The default is activated. Use the no operator to remove this
send-
trap configuration. To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the
command.
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Command:linktrace

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linktrace
Trigger a linktrace.

Syntax
linktrace <md-name> <ma-name> <mepID> <rmepMac> [detail] [priority <value>] [source-mode
<value>] [ttl-value <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
<mepID> Specifies the MEP ID. Range is 18191.
<rmepMac> Specifies the remote MAC address to reach the MEP. Range is 00:00:00:00:00:00
- FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF.
detail Displays linktrace result details.
priority
<value> Specifies the priority. Range is 07.
source-mode
<value> Specifies the source mode. Range is 1 2:nodal smltVirtual
ttl-value
<value> Specifies the ttl value. Range is 1 255.
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Command:load-encryption-module

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load-encryption-module
Load the appropriate SNMPv3 encryption module before you can use SNMPv3 with Data Encryption Standard (DES) or Advanced
Encryption Standard (AES) to access the device.

Syntax
load-encryption-module <DES|AES>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
DES|AES Specify the SNMPv3 encryption module to load: AES or DES.
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Command:load-license

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load-license
Load the license file to unlock the licensed features.

Syntax
load-license

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

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Command:lock port

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lock port
Lock a port to prevent other users from changing port parameters or modifying port action.

Syntax
lock port {slot/port[-slot/port][,...]} enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
port Specifies the slot and the port number to be locked.
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Command:logging

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logging
Configure log file parameters, as well as write, or clear the log file automatically created by the system.

Syntax
logging level <0-4>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Shows and sets the logging level. The level is one of these values: 0 = Information; all
messages are recorded. 1 = Warning; only warning and more serious messages are
level
<0-4> recorded. 2 = Error; only error and more serious messages are recorded. 3 =
Manufacturing; this parameter is not available for customer use. 4 = Fatal; only fatal
messages are recorded.
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Command:logging logToPCMCIA

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logging logToPCMCIA
Begin or stop logging system messages to the PCMCIA card.

Syntax
logging logToPCMCIA

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Stops the logging system messages.
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Command:logging transferfile

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logging transferfile
Configure the remote host address for log transfer. The system transfers the current log file to a remote host when the log file
size reaches the configured maximum size.

Syntax
logging transferFile <1-10> address <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
address Specifies the IP address of the host to where the log file needs to be transferred. The
<A.B.C.D> remote host must be reachable or the configuration will fail.
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Command:login-message

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login-message
Change the login prompt to configure the run-time environment and define the generic configuration settings for ACLI sessions.

Syntax
login-message <string>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Changes the ACLI logon prompt. string is an (American Standard Code for Information
login- Interchange) (ASCII) string from 11513 characters. Use the default option before this
message parameter, default loginmessage, to enable using the default logon string. Use the no
<string> operator before this parameter, no loginmessage, to disable the default logon banner and
display the new banner.
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Command:loopback

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loopback
Trigger a loopback test.

Syntax
loopback <md-name> <ma-name> <mepID> <rmepMac> [burst-count <value>] [data-tlv-size
<value>] [frame-size <value>] [priority <value>] [source-mode <value>] [testfill-pattern
<value>] [time-out <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
<mepID> Specifies the MEP ID. Range is 18191.
<rmepMac> Specifies the remote MAC address to reach the MEP/ MIP. Range is
00:00:00:00:00:00 - FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF.
burst-count
<value> Specifies the burst-count. Range is 1200.
data-tlv-size
<value> Specifies the data TLV size. Range is 0 400.
frame-size
<value> Specifies the frame-size. Range is 64500.
priority
<value> Specifies the priority. Range is 0 7.
source-mode
<value> Specifies the source mode. Range is 12:nodal smltVirtual
testfill- Specifies the testfill pattern. Range is 1-4:all-zero all-zero-crc pseudo-random-
pattern <value> bit-sequence pseudo-random-bit-sequence-crc
time-out
<value> Specifies the timeout interval in seconds. Range is 1 10.
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Command:loop-detect action

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loop-detect action
Configure the ARP loop detection when loop-detect is enabled.

Syntax
loop-detect [action {port-down|vlan-block|mac-discard}] [arp-detect]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
action Indicates the action that the switch takes: port-down|vlan-block|mac-discard.
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Command:loop-detect arp-detect

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loop-detect arp-detect
Configure the Loop Detection to detect the MAC addresses that are looping from one port to another port.

Syntax
loop-detect arp-detect

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
action Specifies the loop detect action to be taken.
arp- The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)-Detect feature is used for IP configured interfaces
detect for ARP packets. Enable this feature (in addition to loop detection) on routed interfaces.
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Command:mac-security auto-learning

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mac-security auto-learning
Configure FDB protection on ports to manage network performance.

Syntax
mac-security auto-learning fdbprotect

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
fdbprotect Enables fdbprotect on the port.
fdb-protect Enable or disable MAC address learning on the specified ports.
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Command:manual-area

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manual-area
Configure an IS-IS manual area (113 bytes in the format <xx.xxxx.xxxx...xxxx>. In this release, only one manual area is
supported.

Syntax
[no] manual-area <area>

Default
None

Command mode
Router IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[no] Deletes the specified IS-IS manual area.
<area> <area>is 113 bytes in the format xx.xxxx.xxxx...xxxx>
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Command:match extended-prefix

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match extended-prefix
Associate an extended ACL with the route policy.

Syntax
match extended-prefix Word<1-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Word <1
255> Specifies the name of the extended ACL to associate with the route policy.

no Clears the association between the route policy and the extended ACL when prefixed
with the command.
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Command:max-logins

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max-logins
Configure the number of supported rlogin sessions to define the generic configuration settings for ACLI sessions.

Syntax
max-logins <nsessions>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
max-logins Configures the allowable number of inbound remote ACLI logon sessions; the
<nsessions> default is 8. nsessions is the number of sessions (08).
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Command:max-lsp-gen-interval

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max-lsp-gen-interval
Specify the maximum interval, in seconds, between generated LSPs by this Intermediate system. The value must be greater than
any value configured for min-lsp-gen-interval.

Syntax
[no] [default] max-lsp-gen-interval <max-lsp-interval>

Default
The default value is 900 seconds.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 900 seconds.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default of 900 seconds.
<max-lsp- Specifies the maximum interval, in seconds, between generated LSPs. Range is
interval> 0900.
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Command:md5 filename

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md5 filename
Use the MD5 checksums to ensure the integrity of the new software files before you use them to upgrade. Corrupted files can
cause the upgrade to fail.

Syntax
md5 <filename> [-a] [-c] [-f] [-r]

Default
Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
-a Adds data to the output file instead of overwriting it. You cannot use the -a option with
the -c option.
Compares the checksum of the specified file by <filename> with the MD5 checksum
present in the checksum file name. You can specify the checksum file name using the -f
option. When the checksum file name is not specified, the file /flash/checksum.md5 is
-c used for comparison. If the checksum file name and the default file are not available in
flash memory, the following error message is displayed: Error: Checksum file
<filename> not present. The -c option also: calculates the checksum of files specified
by filename compares the checksum with all keys in the checksum file, even if the file
names do not match shows the results of the comparison
Stores the result of MD5 checksum to a file in flash memory or on a PCMCIA card. If
the output file specified with the -f option is one of the: reserved file names on the
-f switch, the command fails and the error message is displayed: Error: Invalid operation.
<checksum- files for which MD5 checksum is to be computed, the command fails and the error
file- message is displayed: Error: Invalid operation on file <filename> If the checksum file
name> name specified by the -f option already exists on the switch (and is not one of the
reserved file names), the following message is shown: File exists. Do you wish to
overwrite? (y/n)
-r Reverses the output and can be used with -f option to store the output to a file. The -r
option cannot be used with the -c option.
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Command:metric

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metric
Specify the IS-IS metric type.

Syntax
[no] [default] metric {wide}

Default
The default is wide.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of wide.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default of wide.
{wide} Specifies the IS-IS metric type. Only wide is supported in Release 7.1.
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Command:mgmt-ip

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mgmt-ip
Sets the WSP management interface IP address.

Syntax
mgmt-ip <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
WLAN Switch Configuration

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Sets the WSP management interface IP address.
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min-lsp-gen-interval
Specify the minimum time between successive generation of LSPs with the same LSPID. This is a system level parameter that
applies to both L1 and L2 LSP generation.

Syntax
[no] [default] min-lsp-gen-interval <min-lsp-interval>

Default
The default value is 30 seconds.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 30.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default of 30.
<min-lsp- Specifies the minimum time between successive generation of LSPs with the same
interval> LSPID. Range is 165535.
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Command:mirror-by-port

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mirror-by-port
Use port mirroring to aid in diagnostic and security operations.

Syntax
mirror-by-port <1-383> in-port <portList> {monitor-mlt <1-256>|monitor-vlan <1-4094>|out-
port <portList>}

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
in-port <portList> Creates a new mirror-by-port table entry. in-port <portList> specifies
{monitor-mlt <1- the mirrored port. monitor-mlt <1-256> specifies the mirroring MLT ID
256>|monitor-vlan
<1-4094>|out-port from 1 to 256. monitor-vlan <1-4094> specifies the mirroring VLAN ID
<portList>} from 1 to 4094. out-port <portList> specifies the mirroring port.
<1-383> Specifies the mirror-by-port entry ID in the range of 1 to 383.
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Command:mlt

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mlt
Configure an MLT to set up MLTs on the switch.

Syntax
mlt <mlt ID>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Creates and enables a new MLT.
encapsulation dot1q Sets encapsulation. dot1q enables trunking on the MLT.
member <portList> Adds ports to this MLT.
<mlt ID> Specifies the MLT ID in the range of 1256.
name <0-20> Changes the name for this MLT in the range of 020 characters.
ntstg enable Enables NTSTG.
vlan <14094> Specifies a VLAN ID to add to this MLT.
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mlt member
Add ports to an MLT LAG to add an existing VLAN to a link aggregation configuration.

Syntax
mlt <1-256> member <portlist> vlan <1-4094>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-256> Specifies the MLT ID in the range of 1 to 256.
<portList> Specifies the port and the slot number.
vlan <1-4094> Specifies the VLAN ID in the range of 1 to 4094.
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Command:more boot.cfg

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more boot.cfg
View configuration file information.

Syntax
more boot.cfg

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

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Command:mpls ldp ethernet

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mpls ldp ethernet


Configure the MPLS on the LDP interfaces to configure LSPs in the MPLS network.

Syntax
mpls ldp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ldp Enables LDP on the interface. The default is disabled. The default operator is default mpls
ldp. The no operator is no mpls ldp.
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mpls ldp globally


Configure LDP globally to apply the same settings to all LDP interfaces.

Syntax
mpls ldp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
The Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 is the egress router for connected routes that
egress- are advertised into LDP. This setting determines how those prefixes are redistributed.
policy After redist-connected is enabled, the router acts as the egress router for all connected
redist- routes. After redist-connected is disabled, the router acts as the egress router for
connected loopback addresses only. The default is disabled. The default operator is default mpls
rsvp message-bundling. The no operator is no mpls rsvp message-bundling.
Defines how LDP supports penultimate hop popping (PHP). The default is implicit-null.
implicit-null causes the upstream LSR to pop the label stack if it is the penultimate (next-
to-last) hop in the MPLS network. explicit-null causes the upstream LSR to treat this
label value like a normal label before sending the packet to the egress router. However,
explicit- when the egress router receives a packet with this label, it automatically pops off the
null label stack entry and classifies and forwards the packet based on the next inner label. If
there is no inner label, it uses the encapsulated packet header. Important All LDP
sessions restart after you change this setting, and the new value takes effect
immediately. The default operator is default mpls ldp explicit-null. The no operator is no
mpls ldp explicit-null.
Specifies the interval (in seconds) that the system remembers an LDP neighbor without
receiving a Hello message. The timer restarts to this value whenever the system receives
hello- a Hello message from a peer. If the timer expires before another Hello message is
holdtime
<5- received, the system terminates the Hello adjacency. Changes to this setting do not
65535> affect existing LDP sessions. The interval range is a number of seconds between 5
65535. The default is 15. The default operator is default mpls ldp hello-holdtime. A value
of zero (0) indicates that the hello-holdtime variable is the global indicator.
holdtime Specifies the interval (in seconds) between LDP keep alive messages sent to neighbors
<15- or interfaces. The allowed range is 152147483. The default is 15. The default operator
2147483> is default mpls ldp holdtime.
Specifies the maximum number of hops permitted in a Label Request message. The
loop- router assumes the path is a loop if the hop count parameter exceeds this value. Then
detection the router does not respond with a Label Mapping message, and it does not propagate
max-hops the Label Request. Changes to this setting do not affect existing LDP sessions. The
<1-255> default is 0. The default operator is default mpls ldp loop-detection max-hops. The no
operator is no mpls ldp loop-detection max-hops.
Specifies the maximum path vector length permitted in a Label Request message. The
loop- router assumes the path is a loop if the vector length is equal to or greater than this
detection value (or if the router LSR ID is present in the path vector. Then the router does not
path- respond with a Label Mapping message, and it does not propagate the Label Request.
vector Changes to this setting do not affect existing LDP sessions. The default is 0. The default
<1-255> operator is default mpls ldp loop-detection path-vector. The no operator is no mpls ldp
loop-detection path-vector.
traps Sets an SNMP trap when paths meet or exceed the path vector limit. The default is no
path-
vector mpls ldp traps path-vector (disable).
Sets an SNMP trap when an LDP status changes. The default is disabled (no). The
traps
status default operator is default mpls ldp traps status. The no operator is no mpls ldp traps
status.
Sets an SNMP trap when the session exceeds the threshold. The default is disabled (no).
traps
threshold The default operator is default mpls ldp traps threshold. The no operator is no mpls ldp
traps threshold.
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Command:mpls ldp vlan

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mpls ldp vlan


Configure the LDP on VLANs to group the LDP interfaces and configure LSPs in the MPLS network.

Syntax
mpls ldp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ldp Enables LDP on the VLAN. The default operator is default mpls ldp. The no operator is no
mpls ldp.
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Command:mpls router-id

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mpls router-id
Configure the MPLS router ID on the switch to globally enable the Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) and the Resource Reservation
Protocol (RSVP).

Syntax
mpls router-id <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:mpls rsvp ethernet

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mpls rsvp ethernet


Configure MPLS on RSVP interfaces to configure LSPs in the MPLS network.

Syntax
mpls rsvp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
hello-
interval Configures the RSVP hello interval (in seconds). The default operator is default mpls
{global|<1- rsvp hello-interval 10.
65535>}
message- Bundles messages from different interfaces that are going to the same final
bundling destination. The default operator is default mpls rsvp message-bundling global. The
[global] no operator is no mpls rsvp message-bundling.
Sets the maximum transmission size of frames for this MPLS interface. The supported
mtu <64-
9600> options are 1950, 9600, and 1500. However, the MPLS MTU value cannot exceed that
of the system MTU size. The default operator is default mpls mtu 1500.
refresh
interval Configures the RSVP refresh interval (in seconds). The default operator is default mpls
{global|<1- rsvp refresh interval 30.
65535>}
refresh Configures the refresh multiplier (in seconds). After the node receives a ResvErr
multiplier message, this value multiplied times the refresh interval determines how long to set
{global|<1- the blockade timer. (For more information, see RFC 2205.) The default operator is
255>} default mpls rsvp refresh multiplier 3.
refresh Configures whether or not to send RSVP summary refresh messages. The default
reduction operator is default mpls rsvp refresh reduction. The no operator is no mpls rsvp
[global] refresh reduction.
rsvp Configures RSVP on this interface. The default operator is default mpls rsvp. The no
operator is no mpls rsvp.
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mpls rsvp explicit-path


Configure an RSVP explicit path to define specific hops in the LSP.

Syntax
mpls rsvp explicit-path <WORD 0-32> hop <1-255>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Defines the hops in the explicit path. Enter a hop index and address to create an entry in
the hop table. The IP address must be an IP/MPLS interface on the router, not the LSR-
hop <1-
255> ID.<1-255> specifies the index value assigned to this hop. The index determines the
order of the hop in the list of configured hops (lower to higher). For example, the path
goes to hop 1 and then hop 2.
Word<0-
32> Specifies the explicit path name with a string length of 0 to 32 characters.
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Command:mpls rsvp globally

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mpls rsvp globally


Configure RSVP globally to apply the same settings to all RSVP interfaces.

Syntax
mpls rsvp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Defines how RSVP supports penultimate hop popping (PHP). implicit-null causes the
upstream LSR to pop the label stack if it is the penultimate (next-to-last) hop in the
MPLS network. explicit-null causes the upstream LSR to treat this label value like a
explicit- normal label before sending the packet to the egress router. However, when the
null egress router receives a packet with this label, it automatically pops off the label stack
entry and classifies and forwards the packet based on the next inner label. If there is
no inner label, it uses the encapsulated packet header. Important All RSVP sessions
restart after you change this setting, and the new value takes effect immediately.
explicit-
path <WORD Configures the RSVP explicit-path settings.
0-32>
hello- Configures the RSVP hello interval (in seconds). The range is from 065535. When set
interval
<0-65535> to 0, no hellos are sent. The default operator is default mpls rsvp hello-interval 10.
lsp <WORD
0-32> Configures the RSVP LSP configurations.
Bundles messages from different interfaces that are going to the same final
message-
bundling destination. The default operator is default mpls rsvp message-bundling. The no
operator is no mpls rsvp message-bundling.
refresh Configures the RSVP refresh interval (in seconds). The range is from 1 to 65535. The
interval
<1-65535> default operator is default mpls rsvp refresh interval 30.
Configures the refresh multiplier (in seconds). When the node receives a ResvErr
refresh message, this value multiplied times the refresh interval determines how long to set
multiplier
<1-255> the blockade timer. (For more information, see RFC 2205.) The range of values is from
1255. The default operator is default mpls rsvp refresh multiplier 3.
Configures whether or not to send RSVP summary refresh messages. The default
refresh
reduction operator is default mpls rsvp refresh reduction. The no operator is no mpls rsvp
refresh reduction.
resource Configures the RSVP resource.
<1-255>
static-ip
<A.B.C.D/X> Configures the RSVP static-IP address.
Configures whether or not to send trap messages when RSVP LSPs change their state.
traps
tunnel The default operator is default mpls rsvp traps tunnel. The no operator is no mpls rsvp
traps tunnel.
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Command:mpls rsvp lsp

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mpls rsvp lsp


Configure an RSVP label switched path (LSP) to define a specific transport LSP between ingress and egress nodes.

Syntax
mpls rsvp lsp <WORD 0-32>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
lsp <WORD Names the LSP with a string from 0 to 32 characters. The default operator is default
0-32> mpls rsvp lsp <WORD 0-32>.
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Command:mpls rsvp lsp primary

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mpls rsvp lsp primary


Configure a primary RSVP LSP to define a particular path for the LSP to use.

Syntax
mpls rsvp lsp <WORD 0-32> primary

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the value of the LSP resource index, which determines how much bandwidth
bandwidth
<0-255> the primary LSP can use. The range of values for the index is from 0 to 255. A value of 0
indicates that this LSP uses a best effort approach.
enable Enable brings up the primary LSP; the no operator for enable brings down the LSP.
explicit-
path Specifies the name of an explicit path for this primary LSP to use.
<WORD 0-
32>
record- Configures whether or not RSVP can make a retain a record of this LSP after it is
route signaled.
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mpls rsvp resource


Configure an LSP to reserve bandwidth for an RSVP LSP.

Syntax
mpls rsvp resource <1-255> <0-2147483647>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
resource <1- Globally configures an MPLS RSVP resource on the switch. Specify the LSP resource
255> <0- index by entering a value from 1 to 255. Specify the bandwidth (in Kbps) by
2147483647> entering a value from 0 to 2147483647.
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mpls rsvp static-ip


Configure a RSVP static FEC to create a Forwarding Equivalency Class (IP prefix) for IP traffic to pass through a particular RSVP
LSP.

Syntax
mpls rsvp static-ip <ipaddr/mask> lsp <name>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
static-ip Creates a static path by specifying an IP address and mask and naming the LSP.
<A.B.C.D/0-32> The default operator is default mpls rsvp static-ip <A.B.C.D/0-32>. The no
lsp <WORD 0-
32> operator is no mpls rsvp static-ip <A.B.C.D/0-32>.
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Command:mpls rsvp vlan

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mpls rsvp vlan


Configure RSVP on VLANs to group RSVP interfaces and configure LSPs in the MPLS network.

Syntax
mpls rsvp

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
hello-
interval Configures the RSVP hello interval (in seconds). The default operator is default mpls
{global|<1- rsvp hello-interval 10.
65535>}
message- Bundles messages from different interfaces that are going to the same final
bundling destination. The default operator is default mpls rsvp message-bundling global. The
[global] no operator is no mpls rsvp message-bundling.
Sets the maximum transmission size of frames for this MPLS VLAN. The supported
mtu <64-
9600> options are 1950, 9600, and 1500. However, the MPLS MTU value cannot exceed that
of the system MTU size. The default operator is default mpls mtu 1500.
refresh
interval Configures the RSVP refresh interval (in seconds). The default operator is default mpls
{global|<1- rsvp refresh interval 30.
65535>}
refresh Configures the refresh multiplier (in seconds). After the node receives a ResvErr
multiplier message, this value multiplied times the refresh interval determines how long to set
{global|<1- the blockade timer. (For more information, see RFC 2205.) The default operator is
255>} default mpls rsvp refresh multiplier 3.
refresh Configures whether or not to send RSVP summary refresh messages. The default
reduction operator is default mpls rsvp refresh reduction. The no operator is no mpls rsvp
[global] refresh reduction.
rsvp Configures RSVP on this VLAN. The default operator is default mpls rsvp. The no
operator is no mpls rsvp.
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mpls statistics receive


Enable MPLS statistics for received packets before the switch captures receive statistics.

Syntax
mpls statistics receive

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:mpls statistics receive start-
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mpls statistics receive start-label


Define the label number at which the switch begins collecting receive statistics on the MPLS.

Syntax
mpls statistics receive start-label<0-1048575>

Default
None

Command mode
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mpls statistics transmit


Enable MPLS statistics for transmitted packets before the switch captures transmitted statistiscs.

Syntax
mpls statistics transmit

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

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mpls statistics transmit start-label


Define the label number at which the switch begins collecting transmit statistics on MPLS.

Syntax
mpls statistics transmit start-label<0-1048575>

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:multicast enable

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multicast enable
Use this command to turn on IP multicast over SPBM.

Syntax
<spbm|no spbm> <instance> multicast enable

Default
Default range for IS-IS is 16,000,000 to 16,512,000

Command mode
Router IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
spbm | no spbm Enables or disables IP multicast over SPBM.
instance Specifies the SPBM instance (1 to 100). In this release, one instance is supported.
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multicast fwd-cache-timeout
Use this command to configure the timeout value on the GRT.

Syntax
<spbm | no spbm> <1-100> multicast fwd-cache-timeout <fwd-cache-timeout>

Default
None

Command mode
Router IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
spbm | no spbm Enables or disables the timeout value on the GRT.
instance Specifies the SPBM instance (1 to 100. In this release, one instance is
supported.
fwd-cache- Specifies when the timeout interval in seconds. The range is between 10 to
timeout 86400 seconds.
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Command:multicast mlt-distribution
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multicast mlt-distribution enable


Enable multicast flow distribution on the switch.

Syntax
multicast mlt-distribution

Default
None

Command mode
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multicast mlt-distribution globally


Configure multicast flow distribution globally to distribute multicast streams over a multilink trunk.

Syntax
multicast mlt-distribution [grp-mask <grp-mask>] [redistribution] [src-mask <src-mask>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies a group mask to use when the switch distributes multicast traffic over a
grp-mask multilink trunk. The default is 255.255.255.255. To set this option to the default
<grp-mask> value, use the default operator with the command. You must disable MLT
distribution before you change the group mask.
Enables the multicast MLT redistribution feature. The default is disabled. Use the
redistribution no operator to later remove this configuration. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
Specifies a source mask to use when the switch distributes multicast traffic over a
src-mask multilink trunk. The default is 255.255.255.255. Important Ensure that the mask
<src-mask> values for grp-mask and src-mask are contiguous. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:multicast mlt-distribution
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multicast mlt-distribution multilink trunk


Enable multicast flow distribution for each multilink trunk to customize your configuration. Distribute the load on different ports of
the multilink trunk.

Syntax
multicast mlt-distribution [grp-mask <grp-mask>] [redistribution] [src-mask <src-mask>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies a group mask to use when the switch distributes multicast traffic over a
grp-mask multilink trunk. The default is 255.255.255.255. To set this option to the default
<grp-mask> value, use the default operator with the command. You must disable MLT
distribution before you change the group mask.
Enables the multicast MLT redistribution feature. The default is disabled. Use the
redistribution no operator to later remove this configuration. To set this option to the default
value, use the default operator with the command.
Specifies a source mask to use when the switch distributes multicast traffic over a
src-mask multilink trunk. The default is 255.255.255.255. Important Ensure that the mask
<src-mask> values for grp-mask and src-mask are contiguous. To set this option to the
default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:multicast smlt-square

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multicast smlt-square
Enable square-SMLT globally on each of the four switches to form an SMLT aggregation group.

Syntax
multicast smlt-square

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
smlt-square Enables multicast SMLT square.
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Command:multicast software-
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multicast software-forwarding
Configure the IP multicast software forwarding feature so the SF/CPU initially forwards IP multicast data until a hardware record is
created.

Syntax
multicast software-forwarding

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:mvpn enable

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mvpn enable
Use this command to enable layer 3 VSN SPBM services for a particular VRF.

Syntax
<mvpn|no mvpn> enable

Default
Enabled

Command mode
VRF router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mvpn | no mvpn Enables or disables IP multicast over SPBM for a particular VRF.
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Command:mvpn fwd-cache-timeout

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mvpn fwd-cache-timeout
Use this command to configure the timeout value on the VRF.

Syntax
<mvpn | np mvpn> fwd-cache-timeout <fwd-cache-timeout>

Default
None

Command mode
Router IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mvpn | no mvpn Enables or disables the timeout value on the VRF/
fwd-cache- Specifies when the timeout interval in seconds. The range is between 10 to
timeout 86400 seconds.
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Command:name port

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name port
Specify the name of the port that needs to be changed and have same settings for all the ports.

Syntax
name [port <portList>] <WORD 0-42>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
portlist Specifies the slot and the port number.
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Command:neighbor

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neighbor
Configure NBMA neighbors so that the interface can participate in Designated Router election. All OSPF neighbors that you
manually configure are NBMA neighbors.

Syntax
neighbor <A.B.C.D> [priority <0-255>]

neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> neighbor-debug mask <WORD 1-100>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Identifies an OSPF area in IP address format a.b.c.d.
priority <0-255> Changes the priority level of the neighbor.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Indicates that you enter the peer's IP address or the peer's group name.
Specifies one or more mask choices that you enter, separated by commas
mask <WORD 1- with no space between choices. For example, [<mask>,<mask>,<mask>...].
100> Options include: none, all, error, packet, event, trace, warning, state, init,
filter, update.
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Command:neighbor a.b.c.d fall-over
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neighbor a.b.c.d fall-over bfd


Enable BFD so that it runs on the interface.

Syntax
neighbor {<A.B.C.D>}|ipv6addr <WORD 0-1536>} fall-over bfd

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
fall-over bfd Sets the fall over status of BFD.
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Command:neighbor address-family
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neighbor address-family vpnv4


Configure an MP-BGP session between two PE nodes, or between a PE node and a route reflector, to exchange IP VPN routing
information.

Syntax
neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> address-family vpnv4

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures BGP address families for IPv4 (BGP) and Layer 3 VPN (MP-BGP)
address-family support. Enable for VPN/VRF routes. Use the no operator to later remove this
vpnv4 configuration. To configure this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer- Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
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Command:neighbor-debug-all

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neighbor-debug-all
Displays specified debug information for BGP neighbors.

Syntax
neighbor-debug-all mask <WORD 1-100>

Default
The default value is none.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mask <WORD 1- <WORD 1-100> is a list of mask choices separated by commas with no space
100> between choices.
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Command:neighbor-debug-all mask

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neighbor-debug-all mask
Display specific debug messages for your global BGP neighbors

Syntax
neighbor-debug-all mask <WORD 1-100>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mask Specifies one or more mask choices that you enter, separated by commas with no space
<WORD 1- between choices. For example, [<mask>,<mask>,<mask>...]. Options include: none, all,
100> error, packet, event, trace, warning, state, init, filter, update.
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Command:neighbor ipaddress

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neighbor ipaddress
Use peers and peer groups to simplify BGP configuration and makes updates more efficient.

Syntax
neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> address-family vpnv4

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Enables BGP address families for IPv4 (BGP) and L3 VPN (MP-BGP) support. Enable this
address- parameter for VPN/VRF Lite routes. The no form of this command is no neighbor
family
vpnv4 <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> address-family vpnv4. The default form of this command
is default neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> address-family vpnv4.
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Command:neighbor ipvpn-lite-
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neighbor ipvpn-lite-capability
Enable IP VPN-Lite to provide IP VPN in a routed network without explicit tunnels between PE devices.

Syntax
neighbor <nbr_ipaddr|peer-group-name> ipvpn-lite-capability

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the properties of a statically configured peer within a BGP group.
<nbr_ipaddr|peer-
group-name> Enter the neighbor IP address in a.b.c.d format for <nbr_ipaddr>, or the
neighbor group name for <peer-group-name>.
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Command:net6-mgmt ipv6

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net6-mgmt ipv6
Assign IPv6 addresses to the management port to manage the device.

Syntax
net6-mgmt ipv6 <IPv6 address/prefix length>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
IPv6 address/prefix Specifies the IPv6 address and prefix length to assign to the
length management interface.
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Command:net6-mgmt ipv6 route

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net6-mgmt ipv6 route


Configure a management route to establish communication between networks.

Syntax
net6-mgmt ipv6 route <network IPv6 address>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
network IPv6 address Specifies the IPv6 address and prefix length of the network to add.
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Command:network

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network
Specify the IGP network prefixes for BGP to advertise for redistribution.

Syntax
network <prefix/len> [metric <0-65535>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
network Specifies IGP network prefixes for BGP to advertise for redistribution. This command
<prefix/len> imports routes into BGP.<prefix/len> is the network address and mask. metric <0-
metric <0-
65535> 65535> corresponds to the MED (multiexit discriminator) BGP attribute for the route.
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Command:nlb-mode unicast

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nlb-mode unicast
Configure the NLB unicast support on an IP interface to enable or disable the Network Load Balancer (NLB) unicast support.

Syntax
nlb-mode unicast

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
igmp-mcast Sets nlb-mode to igmp-mcast.
multicast Sets nlb-mode to multicast.
unicast Sets nlb-mode to unicast.
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Command:no access-diffserve enable

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no access-diffserve enable
Configure a port as trusted to determine the Layer 3 QoS actions the switch performs. A trusted port honors incoming DSCP
markings.

Syntax
no access-diffserve enable

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable If enabled, specifies an access port and overrides incoming DSCP bits. If disabled,
specifies a core port and honors and handles incoming DSCP bits. The default is disabled.
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Command:no access-policy

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no access-policy
If you are upgrading from Release 3.7 or earlier to Release 5.1, disable access policies.

Syntax
no access-policy <1-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-65535> Specifies the access policy ID.
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Command:no boot config flags
autoboot

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no boot config flags autoboot


Access the boot monitor from the run-time environment to configure and manage the boot process.

Syntax
no boot config flags autoboot

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no cfm maintenance-
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no cfm maintenance-association
Delete the CMF MA.

Syntax
no cfm maintenance-association <md-name> <ma-name>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
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Command:no cfm maintenance-domain

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no cfm maintenance-domain
Delete the CFM MD.

Syntax
no cfm maintenance-domain <md-name>

Default
Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
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Command:no cfm maintenance-
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no cfm maintenance-endpoint
Delete an existing CFM MEP.

Syntax
no cfm maintenance-endpoint <nd-name> <ma-name> <mepID>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
<mepID> Specifies the MEP ID. Range is 18191.
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Command:no cfm maintenance-
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no cfm maintenance-endpoint enable


Use this command to enable or disable an existing CFM MEP.

Syntax
[no] cfm maintenance-endpoint <md-name> <ma-name> <mepID> enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<md-
name> Specifies the MD name in a string of 122 characters.
<ma-
name> Specifies the MA name in a string of 122 characters.
<mepID> Specifies the MEP ID. Range is 18191.
enable Enables an existing MEP. Use this parameter with the No option to disable an existing
MEP.
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Command:no ip igmp snoop-querier

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no ip igmp snoop-querier
Disables snoop querier.

Syntax
Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
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Command:no ip igmp snoop-querier-
addr

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no ip igmp snoop-querier-addr
Sets the snoop querier address to none.

Syntax
Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no ip msdp peer

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no ip msdp peer
Delete an MSDP peer to permanently remove the peer relationship from the configuration.

Syntax
no ip msdp peer <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
A.B.C.D Specifies the IP address of the router that is the MSDP peer.
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Command:no ip msdp redistribute
route-policy

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no ip msdp redistribute route-policy


Delete a route policy associated with the redistribute filter.

Syntax
no ip msdp redistribute route-policy

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no ip route

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no ip route
Delete a dynamically learned route from the routing table if you do not want the Ethernet Routing Switch to use the route.
Exercise caution when you delete entries from the routing table.

Syntax
no ip route <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> <A.B.C.D> dynamic

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
dynamic Specifies that a dynamic route is to be deleted.
{A.B.C.D} Specifies the IP address, the subnet mask, and the next-hop IP address, respectively.
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Command:no ipvpn

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no ipvpn
Administratively disable IP VPN on a VRF to remove it from service for troubleshooting purposes or if you need to change the
route distinguisher.

Syntax
no ipvpn

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no ist enable

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no ist enable
Disable an interswitch trunk.

Syntax
no ist enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no ist peer-ip

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no ist peer-ip
Delete an interswitch trunk.

Syntax
no ist peer-ip

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no-med-path-is-worst

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no-med-path-is-worst
Enable BGP to treat an update without a multiexit discriminator (MED) attribute as the worst path.

Syntax
no-med-path-is-worst enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables BGP to treat an update without a multiexit discriminator (MED) attribute as the
worst path.
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Command:no mlt member

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no mlt member
Remove ports from an MLT LAG.

Syntax
no mlt <mlt-id> member <portlist>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
portlist Specifies the slot and the port number.
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Command:no pcap enable

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no pcap enable
Disable PCAP and clear the PCAP DRAM buffer and the PCAP counters.

Syntax
no pcap enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no pcap enable globally

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no pcap enable globally


Disable PCAP globally.

Syntax
no pcap enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no qos 802.1p-override

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no qos 802.1p-override
Configure a port as trusted to determine the Layer 2 QoS actions the switch performs. A trusted port (override disabled) honors
incoming 802.1p bit markings.

Syntax
no qos 802.1p-override

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
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Command:no tacacs enable

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no tacacs enable
Disable TACACS+ authentication to remove the centralized validation of users attempting to gain access to a router or network
access server.

Syntax
no tacacs enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:no tacacs server

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no tacacs server
Delete a TACACS+ server to remove the centralized validation of users attempting to gain access to a router or network access
server.

Syntax
no tacacs server <ipaddr>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the IP address of the server you want to delete.
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Command:nsna enable

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nsna enable
Globally enable the configuration settings in NSNA.

Syntax
nsna enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:nsna nsnas

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nsna nsnas
Configure the NSNA server to allow VLANs with policy restrictions to enforce security policies for end users.

Syntax
nsna nsnas <A.B.C.D/0-32> port <1024-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
port <1024- Specifies the TCP port number used by Switch SNAS Communication Protocol
65535> (SSCP).
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nsna phone-signature
Add an IP phone signature string to an NSNA IP phone device.

Syntax
nsna phone-signature <WORD>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD> Specify the phone signature string in the range of 164 characters.
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Command:nsna port

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nsna port
Configure the access ports for NSNA.

Syntax
nsna port <portList> dynamic [voip-vlans <1-4094>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<portList> Specify the port or a list of ports in the following format: {slot/port[-
slot/port][,...]}
voip-vlans <1-
4094> Specify the ID of the VoIP VLAN added to the table list.
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Command:nsna uplink vlans

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nsna uplink vlans


Add a filter for uplinking to core for uplink port or each member port for MLT.

Syntax
nsna uplink vlans <vidList>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
vlans <vidList> The VLAN ID created with an NSNA color filter.
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Command:nsna vlan

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nsna vlan
Configure the filters for policy restrictions for NSNA users.

Syntax
nsna vlan <1-4094> color {red| green|yellow|voip} filter-id <WORD> filter-name <WORD>
yellow-subnet <A.B.C.D/0-32>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specify the following access on a NSNA VLAN: red-Restricted access
allowing only authentication, DHCP and DNS traffic to the Secure
Network Access Switch (SNAS), DHCP and DNS servers. yellow-
color
{red|yellow|green|voip} Limited access allowing traffic to only remediation networks. green-
Full (or with certain restriction per policy) access based on user
groups. voip-Restricted access allowing VoIP traffic to VoIP controllers
and authenticated IP phone peers.
filter-id <WORD> The ID of the filter in the range of 14095. If the specified filter ID
does not exist, a default filter of the specified color is autogenerated.
filter-name <WORD> Specify a name for the filter in the range of 132 characters.
vlan <1-4094> The ID of the VLAN.
yellow-subnet Specify a VLAN subnet IP and mask for remedial network. This option
<A.B.C.D/0-32> is present only when creating yellow VLANs.
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Command:ntp authentication-key

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ntp authentication-key
Create a NTP authentication key.

Syntax
ntp authentication-key <1-2147483647> <word>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
authentication-key Creates an authentication key for MD5 authentication. To set this option
<1-2147483647>
<word> to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:ntp interval

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ntp interval
Enable Network Time Protocol (NTP) globally.

Syntax
ntp interval <10-1440>

Default
The default is 15 minutes.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the time interval (101440 minutes) between successive NTP updates.
interval Important If NTP is already activated, this configuration does not take effect until you
<10-
1440> disable NTP and then reenable it. To set this option to the default value, use the default
operator with the command.
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Command:ntp server

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ntp server
Add an NTP server or modify existing NTP server parameters. You can configure a maximum of 10 time servers.

Syntax
ntp server <A.B.C.D>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the ip address of the NTP server to be added or modified.
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Command:ntp server auth-enable

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ntp server auth-enable


Configure additional options for the NTP server.

Syntax
ntp server <A.B.C.D> [auth-enable] [authentication-key <0-2147483647>] [enable]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
auth- Activates MD5 authentication on this NTP server. The default is no MD5 authentication.
enable To set this option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:overload

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overload
Set or clear the overload condition.

Syntax
[no] [default] overload

Default
The default value is false.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of false.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of false.
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Command:overload-on-startup

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overload-on-startup
Set the IS-IS overload-on-startup value in seconds. The overload-on-startup value is used as a timer to control when to send out
LSPs with the overload bit cleared after IS-IS startup.

Syntax
[no] [default] overload-on-startup <overload-on-startup>

Default
The default value is 20.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 20.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default option of 20.
<overload-on- Specifies the IS-IS overload-on-startup value in seconds. Range is 15
startup> 3600.
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Command:password access-level

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password access-level
Enable CLI access levels to control the configuration actions of various users.

Syntax
password access-level <WORD>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Permits or blocks this access level. The available access levels are: l4admin l4oper layer1
<word> layer2 layer3 <word> oper read-only <word> read-write <word> read-write-all
<word> slbadmin slboper ssladmin <word> represents the new password with 020
access
level characters. Layer 4 administrator and operator access levels are used to connect to the
Web Switching Module (WSM). For more information about Web Switching Module
(WSM), see Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 Web Switching Module
Fundamentals (NN46205-314).
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Command:password aging-time

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password aging-time
Configure the duration of your password for when it expires.

Syntax
password aging-time day <1-365>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
aging-time day
<1-365> Configures the age-out time for passwords, in days.
access level
<WORD 2-8> Allows or blocks this access level. no password access-level <WORD 2-8>
aging-time day Specifies the number of days that the password is enabled. day has a
<1-365> configurable range of 1365.
default- Changes the default lockout time after three invalid attempts. secs is the
lockout-time lockout time in seconds and is in the range of 60 to 6500. The default is 60
<60-65000> seconds.
lockout Sets the host lockout time. A.B.C.D is the host IP address. ipv6addr is the IP
{A.B.C.D| address for ipv6 address. time is the lockout-out time in seconds for passwords
ipv6addr} [time
<60-65000>] lockout in the range of 60 to 65000. The default is 60 seconds.
min-passwd-len Sets the minimum length for passwords in high-secure mode. The range is from
<10-20> a minimum of 10 to 20.
password- Specifies the number of previous passwords to remember. Password-history has
history <3-32> a configurable range of 3 to 32. The default is 3.
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Command:password default-lockout-
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password default-lockout-time
Change the default lockout time after three invalid attempts.

Syntax
password default-lockout-time <60-65000>

Default
The default is 60 seconds.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
default- Changes the default lockout time after three invalid attempts. Configures the lockout
lockout- time in seconds and is in the range of 6065000. To set this option to the default
time <60-
65000> value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:password lockout

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password lockout
Configure the host lockout time for passwords.

Syntax
password lockout WORD <0-46> time <60-65000>

Default
The default is 60 seconds.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
lockout WORD Configures the host lockout time. word is the Host Internet Protocol (IP) address
<0-46> time in the format a.b.c.d. time is the lockout-out time in seconds for passwords
<60-65000> lockout in the range of 6065000.
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Command:password min-passwd-len

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password min-passwd-len
Configure the minimum length for passwords in high-secure mode.

Syntax
password min-passwd-len <10-20>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
min-passwd- Configures the minimum length for passwords in high-secure mode. To set this
len <10-20> option to the default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:password password-history

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password password-history
Specify the number of previous passwords to remember on the port.

Syntax
password password-history

Default
The default is 3.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
password- Specifies the number of previous passwords to remember. To set this option to the
history <3-
32> default value, use the default operator with the command.
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Command:passwordprompt

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passwordprompt
Change the password prompt to configure the run-time environment and define the generic configuration settings for ACLI
sessions.

Syntax
passwordprompt <string>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Changes the ACLI password prompt. string is an ASCII string from 11510
passwordprompt characters. Use the default option before this parameter, default passwordprompt,
<string> to enable using the default password string. Use the no operator before this
parameter, no passwordprompt, to disable the default password string.
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Command:pcap 1-1000

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pcap 1-1000
Configure PCAP on a port so that the port supports PCAP, and to apply filters to the captured data. You can apply IP- or Access
Control List (ACL)-based filters.

Syntax
pcap <1-1000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Adds an IP filter set (Global or Source
Destination) to a port. <1-1000> specifies
the filter set. The IP filter set must already
exist. Filter Global Set ID values are in the
range of 1 to 100 and Source/Destination
sets are in the range of 300 to 1000. Adding
a filter set causes the following to happen:
<1-1000> Creates an IP traffic filter for a port if one
does not already exist; otherwise, disables
the IP traffic filter. Adds the IP traffic filter
set to the port. Sets the mirror bit for all the
filters in the set. Restores the default-action
of the port. If default-action was not set, set
to forwarding. Enables the traffic filter on
the port.
acl-filter <1-4096> Applies an ACL to captured packets. The
ACL ID can be from 1 to 4096.
Enables or disables PCAP on the port. The
default PCAP mode captures ingress packets
enable [mode
<tx|rx|both|rxFilter|txFilter|bothFilter>] (rx mode). If PCAP is enabled in filter mode,
then only packets which match the filter
criteria are captured.
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pcap capture-filter
Use capture filters to better define the match criteria used on packets.Avaya highly recommends using PCAP with IP or MAC filters
to reduce the load on the PCAP engine.

Syntax
pcap capture-filter <1-1000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Determines the action taken by the filter. capture indicates
that the packet is captured. drop indicates that the packet
is dropped. trigger-on indicates to start capturing the
action <capture|drop|trigger- packet when a packet matches this filter. PCAP is enabled
on|trigger-off> globally and the trigger filter is disabled. trigger-off
indicates to stop capturing the packet when a packet
matches this filter. PCAP is disabled globally and the trigger
filter is disabled.
Specifies the DSCP value of the packet. <0-63> is the
DSCP from 0 to 63. The default is 0, which means this
dscp <0-63> [<0-63>] [match-
zero] option is disabled. Use the second <0-63> to specify a
range. When match-zero is set, 0 is considered a valid
value. When it is not set, 0 is considered a disable value.
Specifies the destination IP address. The default is 0.0.0.0,
dstip <A.B.C.D> [<A.B.C.D>] which means this option is disabled. Use the second
<A.B.C.D> to specify a range.
dstmac Specifies the MAC address of the destination. If the mask is
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00> set, then only the first few bytes are compared. <1-6> is
[<1-6>] the destination MAC address mask, and specifies a range.
enable Enables the filter. The default is disable.
Specifies the Ethernet type of the packet. <Ethertype> is
ether-type <0x0-0xffff> [<0x0-
0xffff>] an Ether-type. The default is 0, meaning that this option is
disabled. Use the second <0x0-0xffff> to specify a range.
When set, PCAP stops after capturing the specified number
of packets. This is similar to the refresh-timer option; after
packet-count <0-65535> it is invoked, the filter is disabled. This option is active only
when the action parameter is set to trigger-on. The default
value is 0, which means this option is disabled.
Specifies the priority bit of the packet. The default is 0,
which means this option is disabled. Use the second <0-7>
pbits <0-7> [<0-7>] [match-
zero] to specify a range. When match-zero is set, 0 is considered
a valid value. When it is not set, 0 is considered a disable
value.
Specifies the packet protocol type. The default is 0, which
protocol-type <0-255> [<0-
255>] means this option is disabled. Use the second <0-255> to
specify a range.
When set, this starts or resets a timer. If another packet is
not received within the specified time, PCAP is disabled
refresh-timer <WORD 1-7> globally. This option is active only when the action
parameter is set to 'trigger-on'. To delete this option, set it
to 0. The default value is 0.
Specifies the source IP address. The default is 0.0.0.0,
srcip <A.B.C.D> [<A.B.C.D>] which means this option is disabled. Use the second
<A.B.C.D> to specify a range.
Specifies the MAC address of the source. If the mask is set,
srcmac then only the first few bytes are compared. The default is
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00> 00:00:00:00:00:00, which means this option is disabled.
[<1-6>] <1-6> is the mask of the source MAC address. This
parameter specifies an address range.
Specifies the TCP port of the packet. The default is 0,
tcp-port <0-65535> [<0-65535>] which means this option is disabled. Use the second <0-
65535> to specify a range.
When set, PCAP is invoked when the first packet is
matched and stopped after the set value of time. After
starting the timer, the filter is disabled. This option is active
timer <WORD 1-7> only when the action parameter is set to trigger-on.
<WORD 1-7> is a value from 100 to 3600000 milliseconds.
The default value is zero. Setting the value to 0 disables
the timer.
Specifies the UDP port of the packet. The default is 0,
udp-port <0-65535> [<0-65535>] which means this option is disabled. Use the second <0-
65535> to specify a range.
Sets a user defined value on which to match the packet.
The user can define a pattern in hex or characters to
user-defined <0-9600> <WORD 0- match (<0-9600>). The user can also specify the offset to
50> start the match (<WORD 0-50>). The default value of
pattern is null ('') which means that this field is discarded.
To disable this option, set the pattern to null ('').
Specifies the VLAN ID of the packet. The default is 0, which
vid <0-4092> [<0-4092>] means that this option is disabled. Use the second <0-
4092> to specify a range.
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pcap enable
Enable PCAP globally.

Syntax
pcap enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
auto-save
[file-name Enables or disables autosave. When enabled, saves the captured frames into the
<WORD 1- device specified and continues to capture frames. The default is enable. If this option
40>] is disabled, packets are stored in the DRAM buffer only. file-name <WORD 1-40> is
[pcmcia] the name of the file where captured frames are saved. pcmcia sets the device to
[network] PCMCIA. network sets the device to network. ip <A.B.C.D> is the IP address used.
[ip This is used only if the device is network.
<A.B.C.D>]
Specifies the size of the buffer allocated for storing data. A nonMezz SF/CPU can be
buffer-size
<2-420> up to 256 MB, a Mezz SF/CPU can use up to 420 MB. The maximum buffer size is
104 MB for a 8691 SF/CPU. The default is 32 MB.
Enables buffer wrapping. When this parameter is set to true and the buffer becomes
buffer-wrap full, the capture continues by wrapping the buffer. If this parameter is set to false
and the buffer becomes full, the packet capture stops. The default value is true. A
log message is generated when the buffer is wrapped.
enable Enables PCAP globally. The default is disabled. To disable PCAP, use the no pcap
enable command.
ethertype-
for-svlan- Specifies the Ethernet type for sVLAN packets. With this information, PCAP can
level identify and capture the tag information of packets received from SVLAN ports.
<0x5dd- <0x5dd-0xffff> is a hexadecimal value. The default is 0x8100.
0xffff>
fragment- Specifies the number of bytes from each frame to capture. The default is the first 64
size <64-
9600> bytes of each frame.
Enables PCMCIA wrapping. When this parameter is set to true and the autosave
pcmcia-wrap device is PCMCIA, this causes an overwrite of the present file on the PCMCIA during
an autosave. If this parameter is set to false, the present file is not overwritten. A log
is generated when the file is overwritten on the PCMCIA.
This command resets the PCAP engine DRAM buffer, as well as all software counters
reset-stat used for PCAP statistics. This command can be executed in the Primary or Secondary
SF/CPU.
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pcap enable mode


Enable PCAP globally.

Syntax
pcap enable [mode <tx|rx|both|rxFilter|txFilter|bothFilter>]

Default
None

Command mode
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pcap reset-stat
Reset PCAP statistics and counters.

Syntax
pcap reset-stat

pcap reset-stat

Default
None

Command mode
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peer telnet
Access the standby SF/CPU to make changes to the standby SF/CPU without reconnecting to the console port on that module.

Syntax
peer <telnet|rlogin>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
(telnet|rlogin) Specifies either Telnet or rlogin to use to access the standby SF/CPU.
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ping
Use ping operations to determine that a path exists to another device, and that it is reachable.

Syntax
ping <HostName/ipv4address/ipv6address> [scopeid <value>] [datasize <value>] [count
<value>] [-s] [-I <value>] [-t <Value>] [-d]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Configures the number of times to ping (for IPv4/IPv6). The range is 19
count <value> 999.Important To specify a count for the ping operation, you must also
specify a size. For example,ping 8888:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
-d <value> Configures ping debugging (for IPv4/IPv6).
datasize <value> Configures the size of ping data sent in bytes, for IPv4:164076, for IPv6:
16-65487.
HostName/ipv6address Specifies the host name or IPv6 (x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x) address {string length
1256}.
-I <value> Configures the interval between transmissions in seconds (160).
-s Configures the continuous ping at the interval rate defined by the [-I]
parameter (for IPv4/IPv6).
scopeid <value> Configures the circuit ID (for IPv6) (19999).
-t <value> Configures the no answer timeout value (for IPv4/IPv6) {1120}.
-d Sets the ping debug flag. In debug mode, the ping reply includes
additional information about the device being pinged.
-s Specifies that the IPv4 or IPv6 ping should be retransmitted at continuous
intervals at the interval defined by -I <1-60>.
-I <1-60> Specifies the interval between ping retransmissions from 1 to 60 seconds.
-t <1-120> Specifies the no-answer timeout from 1 to 120 seconds.
count <1-9999> Specifies the number of times to ping the device from 1 to 9999. The
default is 1.
datasize <16-4076> Specifies the size of the ping packet in octets, either 16 to 4076, or 16 to
65487. The default is 16 octets.
scopeid <1-9999> Specifies the circuit scope ID for IPv6 from 1 to 9999.
source <WORD 1-256> Specifies the source IP address for use in IP VPN pings.
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies the VRF instance by VRF name.
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ping hostname
Ping a device to test the connection between the Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 and another network device.

Syntax
ping <HostName/ipv4address/ipv6address> [scopeid <value>] [datasize <value>] [count
<value>][-s] [-I <value>] [-t <value>] [-d] [vrf <word>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
HostName/ipv4address/ipv6address Specifies the Host Name or IPv4 (a.b.c.d) or IPv6
(x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x) address (string length 1256).
scopeid value Specifies the circuit ID (for IPv6) (19999).
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ping-mpls ipv4
Ping an MPLS device.

Syntax
ping-mpls ipv4 <prefix/len> [ttl <1-255>] [source <A.B.C.D>] [count <1-1000>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
prefix/len Specifies the IPv4 address and prefix length.
count <1-1000> Specifies the number of times to ping the device from 1 to 1000. The default is
1.
ttl <1-255> Specifies the time-to-live of the MPLS ping packet from 1 to 255.
source
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the source IP address.
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ping-mpls rsvp
Ping an MPLS device.

Syntax
ping-mpls rsvp <WORD 0-32> [ttl <1-255>] [source <A.B.C.D>] [count <1-1000>]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Word <0-32> Specifies the name of the label-switched path.
count <1-1000> Specifies the number of times to ping the device from 1 to 1000. The default is
1.
ttl <1-255> Specifies the time-to-live of the MPLS ping packet from 1 to 255.
source
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the source IP address.
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ping-snoop
Use Ping Snoop to troubleshoot multilink trunking configurations.

Syntax
ping-snoop <A.B.C.D/0-32> <A.B.C.D/0-32

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<A.B.C.D/0-32> Creates the ping snoop filter by specifying the source IP address and
<A.B.C.D/0-32> the destination IP address.
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Command:pluggable-optical-module

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pluggable-optical-module
Configure Digital Diagnostic Interface (DDI) on Digital Diagnostic Monitoring to get information concerning the status of the
transmitted and received signals to allow better fault isolation and error detection.

Syntax
pluggable-optical-module ddm-alarm-portdown

Default
The default is disable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
ddm-alarm- Sets the port down when an alarm occurs. When enabled, the port goes down
portdown when any alarm occurs.
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Command:portlock enable

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portlock enable
Enable port locking for the security of the ports from any modifications.

Syntax
portlock enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the port locking globally.
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Command:port-phy portlist

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port-phy portlist
Specify the line and the connector that you want to be active.

Syntax
port-phy [port <portList>] <left|right>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<left|right> For duplex connectors, specifies which line and connector you want to be active: left
or right.
portlist Specifies the slot and the port number.
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Command:psnp-interval

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psnp-interval
Specify the Partial Sequence Number Packets (PSNP) interval in seconds. This is a system level parameter that applies for L1 PSNP
generation on all interfaces.

Syntax
[no] [default] psnp-interval <psnp-interval>

Default
The default value is 2.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 2.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of 2.
<psnp-interval> Specifies the PSNP interval in seconds. Range is 1120.
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Command:qos 802.1p-override

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qos 802.1p-override
Configure a port as untrusted to determine the Layer 2 QoS actions the switch performs. An untrusted port (override enabled)
overrides 802.1p bit markings.

Syntax
qos 802.1p-override [enable]

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
If you configure this variable, it overrides incoming 802.1p bits; if you do not configure
this variable, it honors and handles incoming 802.1p bits. The default is disable (Layer 2
enable trusted). To use the default configuration, use the default option in the command default
qos 802.1p-override [enable] To delete the current configuration, use the no option in
the command no qos 802.1p-override [enable]
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Command:qos apply egress-queue-set

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qos apply egress-queue-set


Apply all configuration changes on the egress queue set.

Syntax
qos apply egress-queue-set <1-386>

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-386> Identifies the egress queue template.
Applies the egress queue set when you issue the command. When you create an egress
apply queue set, apply occurs when you issue the command. When you modify a queue set,
apply occurs after you save the configuration and boot the switch. This command is
available only in Privileged EXEC mode.
<1-386> Identifies the egress queue template.
Applies the egress queue set when you issue the command. When you create an egress
apply queue set, apply occurs when you issue the command. When you modify a queue set,
apply occurs after you save the configuration and boot the switch. This command is
available only in Privileged EXEC mode.
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Command:qos egressmap exp

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qos egressmap exp


Modify the egress mappings to change traffic priorities. However, Avaya recommends that you use the default mappings.

Syntax
qos egressmap exp <0-7> <0-7>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
exp <0-7> <0-7> Maps the QoS level to MPLS EXP level.
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Command:qos egress-queue-set

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qos egress-queue-set
Associate ports with the egress queue set.

Syntax
qos egress-queue-set <1-386> <portList>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-386> Identifies the egress queue set.
<portList> Specifies the list of ports. To remove ports to an egress queue set, use the following
command: no qos egress-queue-set <1-386> <portList>
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Command:qos egress-queue-set qmax

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qos egress-queue-set qmax


Configure an egress queue set to apply the same egress queue configuration (a template) to a group (set) of ports.

Syntax
qos egress-queue-set qmax <1-386> <8|64> balanced-queues <0-48>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-386> Identifies the egress queue template.
balanced-
queues <0- Specifies the maximum number of balanced queues in the egress queue set.
48>
qmax Specifies the maximum number of queues, either 8 or 64. The sum of the number of
<8|64> queues for balanced, hipri, and lopri queues must be less than or equal to qmax.
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Command:qos egress-queue-set queue

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qos egress-queue-set queue


Configure an egress queue set queue to customize shaping behavior.

Syntax
qos egress-queue-set queue <1-386> <0-63> [max-length <0-32760>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<0-63> Identifies the queue.
<1-386> Identifies the egress queue template.
max- Specifies the limit to which a queue can grow. The queue length does not imply that a
length queue has a fixed number of buffers. For example, a queue can grow to full memory size
<0-
32760> of 32 K buffers.
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Command:qos if-policer

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qos if-policer
Configure a port policer to bandwidth-limit incoming traffic. The switch drops or remarks violating traffic. Only RS modules support
this policer.

Syntax
qos if-policer [port <portList>] police-rate <1000-10000000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
police-rate <1000 Specifies the ingress rate limit (policing limit) in Kb/s. The range is
10000000> 100010000000.
port <portList> Specifies the slot and port or slot and portlist.
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Command:qos if-shaper

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qos if-shaper
Configure port-based shaping to rate-limit all outgoing traffic to a specific rate.

Syntax
qos if-shaper [port <portList>] shape-rate <1000-10000000>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
port <portList> Specifies the slot and port, or slot and portlist.
shape-rate <1000-10000000> Configures the shaping rate from 100010000000 Kb/s.
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Command:qos ingressmap exp

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qos ingressmap exp


Modify the ingress mappings to change traffic priorities. However, Avaya recommends that you use the default mappings.

Syntax
qos ingressmap exp <0-7> <0-7>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
exp <0-7> <0-7> Maps the MPLS EXP bit to a QoS level. Each option has a range from 07.
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Command:qos level port

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qos level port


Configure the default port QoS level to assign a default QoS level for all traffic (providing the packet does not match an ACL that
remarks the packet).

Syntax
qos level [port <portList>] <0-6>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the default QoS level for the port traffic. QoS level 7 is reserved for network
<0-6> control traffic. The default is 1. To use the default configuration, use the default option
in the command default qos level
port
<portList> Specifies the slot and port, or slot and port list.
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Command:qos level vlan

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qos level vlan


Change the default port or VLAN QoS levels to assign a default QoS level for all traffic, providing the packet does not match an
ACL that remarks the packet.

Syntax
qos level <0-6>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the default QoS level for the VLAN traffic. QoS level 7 is reserved for network
<0-6> control traffic. The default is 1. To use the default configuration, use the default option in
the command default qos level.
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Command:qos policy

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qos policy
Configure a QoS policy to configure peak and service policing rates for specific lane members.

Syntax
qos policy <1-16383> peak-rate <250-10000000> svc-rate <250-10000000> [lanes <WORD 1-128>]
[name <WORD 1-32>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-16383> Specifies the policer ID number.
peak-rate <250-
10000000> Configures the policer peak rate in Kb/s.
srv-rate <250-
10000000> Configures the policer service rate in Kb/s.

lane <WORD 1-128> Specifies the lanes to which the policer applies:all slot/lane [-
slot/lane][,-]
name <WORD 1-32> Names the policer template.
port <portList> Specifies the slot and port, or slot and port list.
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Command:quick-start

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quick-start
Enable the quick-start flag for exponential backoff.

Syntax
quick-start enable

Default
The default value is enable.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Enables the quick-start flag for exponential backoff.
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Command:radius

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radius
Configure RADIUS to authenticate users identity through a central database.

Syntax
radius

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
maxserver <1-10> Specific to RADIUS authentication. Sets the maximum number of servers
allowed for the device. The range is between 1 and 10.
access-priority- Specifies the value of the Access Priority attribute.in the range of 192 to
attribute <192-240> 240 and the default is 192.
auth-info-attr-value Specifies the value of the authentication-information attribute in the
<0-255> range of 0 to 255.The default is 91.
cli-commands- Specifies the value of the ACLI commands attribute in the range of 192
attribute <192-240> to 240 and the default is 195.
command-access- Specifies the value of the command access attribute in the range of 192
attribute <192-240> to 240 and the default is 194.
igap-passwd-attr
<standard|auth-info> Specifies the IGAP password attribute as standard or auth-info.
igap-timeout-log- Specifies the value of the igap-timeout-log-fsize in the range of 50 to
fsize <50-8192> 8192 KB. The default is 512.
mcast-addr-attr- Specifies the value of the multicast address attribute in the range of 0 to
value <0-255> 255. The default is 90.
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Command:radius accounting

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radius accounting
Configure RADIUS accounting variables.

Syntax
radius accounting [attribute-value <value> ] [include-cli-commands] enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[attribute-value Specifies integer value for CLI command attribute, value of 192
<value>] 240.
[include-cli-commands ] Include CLI commands in RADIUS accounting updates.
enable Enable RADIUS accounting.
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Command:radius cli-cmd-count

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radius cli-cmd-count
Configure a RADIUS accounting interim request to create a log whenever more than forty CLI commands are executed.

Syntax
radius cli-cmd-count <1-40>

Default
The default value is 40.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<1-40> Specifies a value of the ACLI command count in the range of 1 to 40.
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Command:radius cli-profile

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radius cli-profile
Use RADIUS ACLI profiling to grant or deny ACLI command access to users being authenticated by way of the RADIUS server.

Syntax
radius cli-profile

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:radius command-access-
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radius command-access-attribute
Configure RADIUS authentication and RADIUS accounting attributes to determine the size of the packets received.

Syntax
radius command-access-attribute <192-240>

Default
The default value is 192.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
command-access- Specifies the RADIUS authentication attribute value is an integer value of
attribute <192-240> the ACLI command count in the range of 192 to 240.
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Command:radius enable

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radius enable
Enable or disable RADIUS authentication globally on the device to allow further configuration to take place.

Syntax
radius enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
maxserver <1-10> Specific to RADIUS authentication. Sets the maximum number of servers
allowed for the device. The range is between 1 and 10.
access-priority- Specifies the value of the Access Priority attribute.in the range of 192 to
attribute <192-240> 240 and the default is 192.
auth-info-attr-value Specifies the value of the authentication-information attribute in the
<0-255> range of 0 to 255.The default is 91.
cli-commands- Specifies the value of the ACLI commands attribute in the range of 192
attribute <192-240> to 240 and the default is 195.
command-access- Specifies the value of the command access attribute in the range of 192
attribute <192-240> to 240 and the default is 194.
igap-passwd-attr
<standard|auth-info> Specifies the IGAP password attribute as standard or auth-info.
igap-timeout-log- Specifies the value of the igap-timeout-log-fsize in the range of 50 to
fsize <50-8192> 8192 KB. The default is 512.
mcast-addr-attr- Specifies the value of the multicast address attribute in the range of 0 to
value <0-255> 255. The default is 90.
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Command:radius enable eapol

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radius enable eapol


The Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 uses RADIUS servers for authentication and accounting services. Enable RADIUS
globally to configure the eapol radius parameters.

Syntax
radius enable

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:radius igap-timeout-log-
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radius igap-timeout-log-fsize
Set the timeout log file size to capture authentication and accounting information in an IGAP timeout log for each session.

Syntax
radius igap-timeout-log-fsize <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
igap-timeout-log-fsize Maximum size of IGAP timeout log file in kilobytes.
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Command:radius mcast-addr-attr-
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radius mcast-addr-attr-value
Set vendor-specific attributes to configure IGAP with RADIUS.

Syntax
radius mcast-addr-attr-value <value>

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
mcast-addr-attr-value Integer value for the multicast address attribute in the range of 0
<value> to 255.
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Command:radius server host

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radius server host


Add an IGAP-enabled RADIUS server to configure the authentication and accounting of multicast streams.

Syntax
Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<a.b.c.d> Indicates the IP address of the selected interface.
acct-port <value> Enables the server account UDP port. The value ranges form 1 to
65 536.
acct-enable <value> Enables the server account. This value is either true or false.
enable <value> Enables the server. This value is either true or false.
port <value> Server udp port and its value ranges from 1 to 65 536.
priority <value> Specifies the server priority and ranges from 1 to 10.
retry <value> Maximum number of retries. The allowed retries range from 0 to 6.
source-ip <value> IP address {a.b.c.d}.
timeout <value> No answer timeout value and the value ranges form 1 to 20.
WORD <0-32> Specifies the secret key. This value is a string in the range of 0 to
32 characters.
host <A.B.C.D> Create a host server.
key <WORD> Specify a secret key in the range of 0-20 characters.
Specify how the server functions: cli-configure the server for CLI
authentication. igap-configure the server for Internet Governance
used-by
{cli|igap|snmp|eapol|web} Advisory Protocol (IGAP) authentication. snmp-configure the server
for SNMP authentication. eapol-configure the server for EAPol
authentication. web-configure the server for Web authentication.
acct-enable Enables RADIUS accounting on this server.
acct-port <1-65536> Specify a UDP port of the RADIUS accounting server.
enable Enables this server.
port <1-65536> Specify a UDP port of the RADIUS server.
priority <1-10> Specify the priority value for this server.
retry <0-6> Specify the maximum number of authentication retries.
source-ip <A.B.C.D> Specify a configured IP address as the source address when
transmitting RADIUS packets.
timeout <1-20> Specify the number of seconds before the authentication request
times out.
<A.B.C.D> Specifies the IP address of the selected server.
key <WORD 0-20> Specifies the secret key, which is a string of up to 20 characters.
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Command:radius server host used-by
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radius server host used-by igap


Set the IGAP-enabled RADIUS server parameters.

Syntax
radius server host {a.b.c.d} used-by igap

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{a.b.c.d} Indicates the IP address of the selected interface.
acct-port <value> Enables the server account udp port. The value ranges form 1 to 65 536.
acct-enable <value> Enables the server account. This value is either true or false.
enable <value> Enables the server. This value is either true or false.
port <value> Server udp port and its value ranges from 1 to 65 536.
priority <value> Specifies the server priority and ranges from 1 to 10.
retry <value> Maximum number of retries. The allowed retries range from 0 to 6.
source-ip <value> IP address {a.b.c.d}.
timeout <value> No answer timeout value and the value ranges form 1 to 20.
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radius-snmp acct-enable
Enable RADIUS accounting log all of the activity of each remote user in a session on the centralized RADIUS accounting server.

Syntax
radius-snmp acct-enable

Default
The default value is disabled.

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
acct- Enables RADIUS accounting globally. RADIUS accounting cannot be enabled unless a
enable valid server is configured. This feature is disabled by default.
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Command:radius sourceip-flag

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radius sourceip-flag
Configure the source IP address if the outgoing interface on the Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800/8600 fails so that
configuration changes be made to define the new RADIUS Client on the RADIUS Server.

Syntax
radius sourceip-flag

Default
None

Command mode
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Command:rd

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rd
Configure a unique route distinguisher to create globally unique VPN addresses.

Syntax
rd {<0-65535> <0-2147483647>|<A.B.C.D> <0-65535>}

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Specifies the route distinguisher (RD). Each VRF instance must use a
unique RD. The RD is a 6-byte value that you specify in one of the
following formats: Type 0-<AS number> <number> AS number is the
<0-65535> <0- assigned autonomous system (AS) number of the PE and number is an
2147483647>|<A.B.C.D>
<0-65535> assigned 4-byte value. Type 1-<ip-address> <number> ip-address is an
IPv4 address in the assigned prefix range of the PE and number is an
assigned 2-byte value. Important You must administratively disable the
IP VPN before you modify an existing RD configuration.
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redistribute
Configure a redistribute entry to announce routes of a certain source protocol type into the BGP domain, for example, static, RIP,
or direct routes. Use a route policy to control the redistribution of routes. When used in IS-IS configuration mode, configures the
redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network.

Syntax
[no] [default] redistribute {direct | bgp | ospf | rip | static} [metric <0-65535>]
[metric-type {internal | external}] [route-map <WORD 0-64>] [subnets {allow | suppress}]

redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> [vrf-src <WORD 0-16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable [vrf-src <WORD 0-
16>] Enables the BGP route redistribution instance.

bgp|direct|ospf|rip|static Different BGP domains available to configure the redistribute


entry.
no Deletes the configuration.
default Deletes the configuration.
{direct | bgp | ospf | rip
| static} Specifies the protocol.
metric <065535> Specifies metric route.
metric-type {internal |
external} Specifies metric-type.
route-map <WORD 064> Specifies route-policy.
subnets {allow | suppress} Specifies subnets.
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies the VRF instance.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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redistribute enable
Enables the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network.

Syntax
[no] [default] redistribute {direct | bgp | ospf | rip | static} enable

Default
The default is disabled.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Disables the redistribution.
default Disables the redistribution.
{direct | bgp | ospf | rip | static} Specifies the protocol.
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redistribute isis
Configure the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network. The protocol is specified by the command mode that
you choose: BGP, OSPF, or RIP.

Syntax
redistribute isis

Default
None

Command mode
BGP Router configuration mode

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Command:redistribute isis enable

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redistribute isis enable


Enable or disable the redistribution of the specified protocol into the SPBM network. The protocol is specified by the command
mode that you choose: BGP, OSPF, or RIP.

Syntax
redistribute isis enable [vrf-src <value>]

Default
None

Command mode
BGP Router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[vrf-src] Enables BGP redistribution for a VRF source.
[vrf-src Enables OSPF or RIP redistribution for a VRF source. Enter a VRF name from 0
<value>] 32 characters.
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Command:redistribute isis metric

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redistribute isis metric


When you enable this command, the switch configures the metric value for the route while announcing a redistribution. Use the
no operator to disable this configuration, and use the default operator to set this option to the default value.

Syntax
redistribute isis metric <0-65535>

Default
None

Command mode
BGP Router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<value> Type a metric value between 065535.
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Command:redistribute isis metric-type

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redistribute isis metric-type


Set the metric type for the routes to announce into the OSPF domain that matches this policy. After you set the metric type, you
can use the no operator to remove the setting, or use the default operator to return the setting to its default value (type 2).This
field is applicable only for OSPF announce policies.

Syntax
redistribute isis metric-type {type1 | type2}

Default
None

Command mode
OSPF Router Configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
{type1} Specifies a type 1 metric. For metric type 1, the cost of the external routes is equal to the
sum of all internal costs and the external cost.
{type2} Specifies a type 2 metric. For metric type 2, the cost of the external routes is equal to the
external cost alone. The default is type 2.
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Command:redistribute isis route-map

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redistribute isis route-map


Configure the route policy to apply to redistributed routes.

Syntax
redistribute isis route-map <WORD 0-64>

Default
None

Command mode
BGP Router configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 064> Specifies the policy name. Type a name between 064 characters in length.
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Command:redistribute isis route-policy

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redistribute isis route-policy


Configure the route policy to apply to redistributed routes.

Syntax
redistribute isis route-policy <WORD 0-64>

Default
None

Command mode
OSPF Router Configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 064> Specifies the policy name. Type a name between 064 characters in length.
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Command:redistribute isis subnets

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redistribute isis subnets


Allow or suppress external subnet route advertisements when routes are redistributed into an OSPF domain.

Syntax
redistribute isis subnets {allow | suppress}

Default
None

Command mode
OSPF Router Configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
[allow] Allows external subnet route advertisements.
[supress] Suppresses external subnet route advertisements.
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Command:redistribute ospf

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redistribute ospf
Configure a redistribute entry to announce certain routes into the RIP domain, including static routes, direct routes, RIP, OSPF, or
BGP. Optionally, use a route policy to control the redistribution of routes.

Syntax
redistribute <ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> [vrf-src <WORD 0-16>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<ospf|bgp|static|direct|rip> Specifies the type of routes to be redistributed (the protocol
source).
vrf <WORD 0-16> Specifies the VRF instance.
vrf-src <WORD 0-16> Specifies the source VRF instance. This parameter is not
required for redistribution within the same VRF.
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Command:remote-mirroring

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remote-mirroring
Use remote mirroring to monitor many ports from different switches using one network probe device.

Syntax
remote-mirroring [enable] [mode <source|termination>] [srcMac
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00>] [dstMac <0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00>] [ether-type
<0x00-0xffff>] [vlan-id <1-4094>]

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
Sets the destination MAC address for use in the remote
mirroring encapsulation header. The mirrored packet is sent
dstMac to this MAC address. The DstMac is used only for RMS
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00> ports. For RMT ports, one of the unused MAC addresses
from the switch port MAC address range is used. This MAC
address is saved in the configuration file.
Enables remote mirroring on the port. When remote
mirroring is enabled, the following events occur: A static
entry for the DstMac is added to the Forwarding Database
enable (FDB). All packets that come with this remote mirroring
DstMac are sent to the RMT port. The switch periodically
(once in 10 seconds) transmits broadcast Layer 2 packets
in the associated VLAN so that all nodes in the network can
learn the DstMac.
ether-type <0x00-0xffff> Specifies the Ethertype of the remote mirrored packet. The
default value is 0x8103.
mode <source|termination> Specifies whether the port is an RMT (mode is termination)
or an RMS (mode is source).
Sets the source MAC address for use in the remote
mirroring encapsulation header. The mirrored packet is sent
from the RMS port, and the source MAC parameter in the
srcMac header is derived from this address. The source MAC
<0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00:0x00> address of the encapsulated frame contains the first 45 bits
of this MAC address. The three least significant bits are
derived from the port number of the RMS port. The MAC
address of the port is used as the default value.
Specifies to which VLAN the remote mirroring destination
MAC address belongs. This must be a port-based VLAN.
vlan-id <1-4094> Used only for Remote Mirroring Termination (RMT) ports.
When the RMT port is removed from the last VLAN in the
list, RMT is disabled on the port.
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Command:remote-vlan-stg

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remote-vlan-stg
Assigns the spanning tree group to the remote VLAN. The 255 value clears the configuration.

Syntax
remote-vlan-stg <1-64, 255>

Default
None

Command mode
WLAN Switch Configuration

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<164, Assigns the spanning tree group to the remote VLAN. The 255 value clears the
255> configuration.
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Command:remove word

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remove word
Remove files to make space.

Syntax
remove <WORD 1-99> [-y]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
<WORD 1-99> <WORD 1-99> specifies the file to remove.
-y Skip the confirm question.
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Command:reset

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reset
Reset the switch to reload system parameters from the most recently saved configuration file.

Syntax
reset [-y]

Default
None

Command mode
Privileged EXEC mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
-y Suppresses the confirmation message before the switch resets. If you omit this
parameter, you are asked to confirm the action before the switch resets.
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Command:retransmit-lsp-interval

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retransmit-lsp-interval
Specify the minimum time between retransmission of an LSP. This defines how fast the switch resends the same LSP. This is a
system level parameter that applies for L1 retransmission of LSPs.

Syntax
[no] [default] retransmit-lsp-interval <retransmit-lsp-interval>

Default
The default value is 5.

Command mode
IS-IS configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
no Use the no option to set this parameter to the default value of 5.
default Use the default option to set this parameter to the default value of
5.
<retransmit-lsp-
interval> Specifies the retransmit-lsp-interval in seconds. Range is 1300.
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Command:rip enable

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rip enable
Enable RIP globally.

Syntax
enable

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
enable Globally enables RIP on the VRF or switch.
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Command:rmon

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rmon
Configure RMON functions on the switch to set alarms and capture events.

Syntax
rmon

Default
None

Command mode
Global configuration mode

Command parameters
Parameter Description
alarm <1-65535> <WORD
1-536> <1-3600> Creates an alarm interface. <1-65535> is the interface index number
{absolute | delta} from 165535. <WORD 1-1536> is the variable name or OID, case
rising-threshold <- sensitive (string length 11536). {absolute | delta} is the sample type.
2147483648- rising-threshold <-2147483648-2147483647> [<event:1-65535>] is the
2147483647> rising threshold (21474836482147483647) and the rising event
[<event:1-65535>] number (165535). falling-threshold <-2147483648-2147483647>
falling-threshold <-
2147483648- [<event:1-65535>] is the falling threshold (21474836482147483647)
2147483647> and the falling event number (165535). owner <WORD 2-127> is the
[<event:1-65535>] name of the owner (string length 148). default rmon alarm <65535> is
[owner <WORD 2-127>] the default rmon alarm configuration. Use the no operator to disable
default rmon alarm RMON alarms: no rmon alarm [<1-65535>]
<1-65535>
Creates an ether-stats control interface. <1-65535> is the index
stats <1-65535> number of the ether stats control interface. portList is the single port
<portList> [owner interface {slot/port[-slot/port][,...]}. owner <WORD 1-127> is name of
<WORD 1-127>] the owner (string length 1127). Use the no operator to delete a stats
control interface: no rmon stats [<1-65535>]
Creates an event. <1-65535> is the event index number. [log] displays
event <1-65535> [log] information about configured traps. [trap] specifies trap source and
[trap] [description destination IP addresses. description <LINE> is the event description
<LINE>] [owner (string length 0127). owner <WORD 1-127> is the name of the owner
<LINE>] [trap_src (string length 1127). trap_src <A.B.C.D> is the trap source ip address.
<A.B.C.D>] [trap_dest trap_dest <A.B.C.D> is the trap destination ip address. community
<A.B.C.D>] [community <WORD 1-27> is the event community (string length 1127). Use the
<WORD 1-127>] no operator to delete a RMON event: no rmon event [<1-65535>] [log
]
Creates a history control interface. <1-65535> is the index nu