configure mpls static lsp transport

configure mpls static lsp lsp_name transport [ip-traffic [allow | deny] | vpn-traffic [allow {all | assigned-only} | deny]]


Configures the type of traffic that can be transported across a static ingress LSP.

Syntax Description

lsp_name Identifies the static LSP to be configured.
ip-traffic [allow | deny] Specifies whether IP traffic is to be allowed or denied access to the LSP.
vpn-traffic [allow {all | assigned-only} | deny] Specifies whether VPN traffic is to be allowed or denied access to the LSP. The optional assigned-only keyword limits the transport of VPN traffic to only those VPLS instances that are explicitly configured to use the specified LSP.



Usage Guidelines

This command has no effect if the named LSP is a transit or egress LSP. By default, IP traffic and VPN traffic are set to deny for a newly created static LSP. The transport configuration options are independent. For example, if VPN traffic is set to allow and IP traffic is set to deny, then no routed IP traffic is transported across the LSP, but the LSP can still transport VPN traffic. When configured to deny for IP traffic, the specified LSP cannot be configured as an IP next hop for a default or static route.


The following command configures a static LSP to transport IP traffic and all VPN traffic:

configure mpls static lsp lsp598 transport ip-traffic allow vpn-traffic allow all


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available only on the platforms that support MPLS as described in the ExtremeXOS and Switch Engine 31.7 Feature License Requirements document.