unconfigure iproute ipv6 priority

unconfigure iproute ipv6 priority [all | blackhole | icmp | isis | isis-leve1-1 | isis-level-1-external | isis-level-2 | isis-level-2-external | ospfv3-as-external | ospfv3-extern1 | ospfv3-extern2 | ospfv3-inter | ospfv3-intra | ripng | static] {vr vr_name}


Resets the priority for all IPv6 routes from one or all route origin types to the default values.

Syntax Description

all Specifies all route origins.
blackhole Specifies the blackhole route.
icmp Specifies ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol).
isis Specifies IS-IS and applies only to blackhole routes installed for summary addresses.
isis-level-1 Specifies IS-IS Level 1 routing.
isis-level-1-external Specifies IS-IS Level 1 External routing.
isis-level-2 Specifies IS-IS Level 2 routing.
isis-level-2-external Specifies IS-IS Level 2 External routing.
ospfv3-as-external Specifies OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) as External routing.
ospfv3-extern1 Specifies OSPF External 1 routing.
ospfv3-extern2 Specifies OSPF External 2 routing.
ospf3-inter Specifies OSPFInter routing.
ospf3-intra Specifies OSPFIntra routing.
ripng Specifies RIP (Routing Information Protocol).
static Specifies static routes.
vr_name Specifies a VR or VRF name.



Usage Guidelines

The following table lists the default values that apply after you enter this command.

Default Route Priorities

Route Origin Priority
Direct 10
BlackHole 50
Static 1100
ICMP 1200
OSPF3Intra 2200
OSPF3Inter 2300
IS-IS L1 2360
IS-IS L2 2370
RIPg 2400
OSPFv3 (Open Shortest Path First version 3) ASExt 3100
OSPFv3 Extern1 3200
OSPFv3 Extern2 3300
IS-IS L1 Ext 3400
IS-IS L2 Ext 3500


The following example returns the IPv6 route priority for all route origins to the default values:

unconfigure iproute ipv6 priority all


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.1.2.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the platforms listed for the IPv6 unicast routing feature in the ExtremeXOS 22.2 Feature License Requirements document.