Creates an ELRP exclude port list.
|exclude||Specifies that selected ports are to be excluded from ELRP disabling.|
|include||Specifies that selected ports are to be included in ELRP disabling.|
|ports||Specifies one or more ports to be excluded or included.|
|eaps-ring-ports||Specifies whether EAPS ring ports are to be excluded or included.|
|remote-endpoints||Specifies remote endpoints, if any, that are part of this VLAN.|
|vxlan||Specifies VXLAN remote endpoints that are part of this VLAN.|
|inter-vlan-loop||Excludes inter-VLAN loop detected ports.|
All ports, together with EAPS ring ports and VXLAN remote endpoints, are included by default; that is, they are disabled if a loop is detected on that port.
Use this command to specify ports, EAPS ring ports, or VXLAN remote endpoints that are to be part of an ELRP exclude port list. Use the exclude option to add ports to the exclude port list. Use the include option to remove them from the list.
When ELRP detects a loop and has been configured to automatically disable the port where a looped ELRP PDU is received and an exclude port list has been configured, it will check to determine if that port is on the exclude port list. If that port is on the list, ELRP will not disable it; if it is not on the list, it will be disabled.
To display the ports that are include in the exclude port list, use the show elrp disabled-ports command.
To remove the exclude port list, use the unconfigure elrp-client disable ports command.
The following example adds port 2:1 to an ELRP exclude port list:
configure elrp-client disable-ports exclude 2:1,2:3
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.5.3.
VXLAN remote endpoint option added in ExtremeXOS 22.4.
The inter-vlan-loop option for excluding inter-VLAN loop detected ports was added in ExtremeXOS 30.1.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching X435, X440-G2, X450-G2, X460-G2, X465, X590, X620, and X695 series switches.