New topicconfigure vrrp vlan vrid host-mobility

configure vrrp {vlan} vlan_name vrid vridval host-mobility [{on | off} {exclude-ports [add | delete] port_list}]

Description

All instances of VRRP have host-mobility off by default. Configuring host-mobility to “on” state will start ARP route learning. By default, all ports perform the route learning. Configuring host-mobility excluded-ports will disable the route learning on the port list provided. All ports that are connected to another router should be excluded. If ports are not excluded, routes will be created for devices as if they are directly connected and may cause traffic to take a longer route.

Syntax Description

host-mobility Exportable Host Route learning via ARP/ND on the specified VLAN and VRID.
on Advertise host routes for hosts learned via ARP/ND.
off Do not advertise host routes for hosts learned via ARP/ND.
exclude-ports Exclude ports from host-mobility route learning (Default: no ports are excluded).
add Add ports to host-mobility exclude list; host-mobility routes will not be learned on the ports.
delete Delete ports from host-mobility exclude list.
port_list Port list separated by a comma or –“ .

Default

Off.

Usage Guidelines

Configuring host-mobility excluded-ports will disable the route learning on the port list provided. All ports that are connected to another router should be excluded. If ports are not excluded, routes will be created for devices as if they are directly connected and may cause traffic to take a longer route.

Example

configure vrrp vlan vlan1 vrid 1 host-mobility on excluded-ports add 1,10

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 21.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on platforms that support the appropriate license. For complete information about software licensing, including how to obtain and upgrade your license and which licenses support the VRRP feature, see the Feature License Requirements document.