set bonding chassis

Use this command to set VSB configuration on the physical chassis.


set bonding chassis chassis-id {system-id system-id | secret secret | lfr-priority priority}


chassis-id Sets the physical chassis ID. Valid values are 1 — 8.
system-id system-id Sets the system ID for the VSB. Valid values are 1 - 18446744073709551615.
secret secret Configures a shared encrypted secret between VSB chassis for extra security. Valid values are up to 32 printable characters. If a space is used, secret must be enclosed in double quotes (“).
lfr-priority priority Sets an LFR priority for this chassis. Valid values are 1 - 255. The default value is 10 times the VSB chassis-ID.


The lfr-priority priority defaults to 10 times the chassis ID. All other parameters default to none.


All command modes.


Each VSB chassis has its own ID (1 - 8). The system ID identifies the Virtual Switch Bond to which the chassis belongs and is the same value for all chassis in the system. A VSB system forms a virtual chassis made up of up to eight VSB chassis.



It is possible to configure the same system ID for multiple VSB systems in the network, but for management purposes it is highly recommended that each VSB system be configured with a unique ID.

VSB stacking supports any combination of S- K- and 7100-Series models in the same system.

LFR priority is used to determine which chassis or VSB segment of chassis is taken out of operation should all VSB interconnect links go down. Setting the LFR priority to the same value for chassis in the VSB system is not allowed.

A shared secret may be configured before or after VSB is enabled. The secret may be changed at anytime without clearing the secret first.


This example configures the chassis with VSB chassis ID 2 for VSB system 1:

System(rw)->set bonding chassis 2 system-id 1