disable ovsdb schema hardware_vtep

disable ovsdb schema hardware_vtep {control-layer-only}


Modifies the schema served by the OVSDB server.

Syntax Description

schema OVSDB schema.
hardware_vtep Specifies Hardware VXLAN Tunnel End-Point (VTEP) schema.
control-layer-only Disables schema, but leaves the forwarding layer intact.



Usage Guidelines

By default all schemas supported by ExtremeXOS are served by the OVSDB server when it is initially enabled. Currently, only the Hardware VTEP Schema is supported. Deleting a schema from the OVSDB server removes the data stored in that schema and the OVSDB server stops supporting that data schema. VLAN (Virtual LAN), VXLAN, or other objects that were dynamically created in ExtremeXOS as a result of OVSDB commands received by the switch are removed from ExtremeXOS. Any schema-specific configurations made by the administrator are not affected.

The optional keyword control-layer-only overrides the default behavior and leaves in place all configurations pushed by the Network Virtualization Controller (NVC) to the ExtremeXOS switch. VLAN, VXLAN, or other objects that are created as a result of NVC configurations are also not deleted. The schema is no longer served by the OVSDB-SERVER.


The following example removes the Hardware VTEP schema from OVSDB:

disable ovsdb schema hardware_vtep


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 22.1.

Platform Availability

This command is supported on the Summit X770, X670-G2, and ExtremeSwiching X870, X690 series switches, and stacks with X770, X670-G2, X870, and X690 slots only.