configure auto-peering one-config remote id

configure auto-peering one-config remote id [add | delete] id {password [none | {encrypted} tcpPassword]}


Configures a list of unique values that identify the remote Auto-peering devices to which this device can also automatically form an adjacency.

Syntax Description

auto-peering Specifies Auto-peering.
one-config Specifies changing the BGP Auto-peering OneConfig configuration.
remote Specifies a remote device connecting in the Auto-peering network.
id Specifies configuring the BPG Auto-peering ID that devices advertise to neighbors.
add Specifies adding a remote ID.
delete Specifies deleting a remote ID.
id Specifies the ID.
password Configures the password for Auto peering neighbors.
none Removes the current password
encrypted Specifies that the password is in encrypted format.
tcpPassword Specifies the TCP MD5 password/secret-key.



Usage Guidelines

Not specifying a password will result in unsecure peering. Remote ID neighbors can use MD5 passwords for neighboring security. The lower ID password is used.


The following example adds the remote Auto-peering device with ID "2222" and sets the password as "123":

# configure auto-peering one-config remote id add 2222 password 123


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 31.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the ExtremeSwitching X465, X590, X695 series switches.

This feature requires the Advanced Edge or Base license. For more information about licenses, see the ExtremeXOS 32.2 Feature License Requirements .