Configures a filter to be used by LDP when originating unsolicited label mapping advertisements to LDP neighbors.
|direct||Specifies that the advertisement filter is applied to the associated FECs with directly-attached routing interfaces.|
|rip||Specifies that the advertisement filter is applied to FECs associated with RIP routes exported by OSPF.|
|static||Specifies that the advertisement filter is applied to FECs associated with static routes.|
|all||Specifies that unsolicited label mapping advertisements are originated for all routes of the specified type.|
|lsr-id||Specifies that an unsolicited label advertisement is originated for a direct route that matches the MPLS LSR ID.|
|none||Specifies that no unsolicited label mapping advertisements are originated for the specified route type.|
None—the default setting for RIP and static routing methods.
lsr-id—the default setting for direct routes.
Advertising labels for a large number of routes may increase the required number of labels that must be allocated by LSRs. Take care to ensure that the number of labels advertised by LERs does not overwhelm the label capacity of the LSRs.
The following command configures LDP to originate labels for all local IP interfaces:
configure mpls ldp advertise direct all
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.6.
This command is available only on the platforms that support MPLS as described in the ExtremeXOS 32.2 Feature License Requirements document.