Route Map Match and Set of Community List

Route map is a route policy which can use prefix list, access-lists, as-path, and community list to create a route policy. A route map consists of series of statements that check if a route matches the policy to permit or deny a route. You can also use set criteria to alter the properties of route as they are installed in the routing table.

In EFA 3.1.0, you can create or delete route map match and set criteria on a set of devices in fabric.

Create and update operations support rollback. If configuration on one device fails, the configuration is rolled back on devices that were successfully configured. This ensures consistent configuration of policies across all devices.

Delete operations do not support rollback. As a best practice, you must remove the configuration. If removing configuration on a device fails, the command displays an error for that device. The configuration which was removed successfully on other devices, will not be added back.

EFA supports CLIs for the following route map match and set criteria:

  1. Route map match criteria to standard and extended community list
  2. Route map set criteria of standard and extended community attributes
  3. Route map set criteria of standard community-list delete