configure mpls rsvp-te bandwidth committed-rate
Specifies the maximum amount of Committed Information Rate (CIR) bandwidth which can be used by RSVP-TE LSP reservations.
|committed_bps||Specifies a bitrate for the bandwidth to be reserved.|
|Kbps||Specifies the designated bitrate in kilobits per second.|
|Mbps||Specifies the designated bitrate in megabits per second.|
|Gbps||Specifies the designated bitrate in gigabits per second.|
|vlan||Specifies that the bandwidth is to be reserved for a specific VLAN.|
|vlan_name||Identifies the VLAN for which the bandwidth is reserved.|
|vlan all||Specifies that the bandwidth is reserved for all VLANS that have MPLS configured.|
|receive||Specifies that the bandwidth is reserved for ingress traffic only.|
|transmit||Specifies that the bandwidth is reserved for egress traffic only.|
|both||Specifies that the bandwidth is reserved for both ingress and egress traffic.|
The default is zero, which means no RSVP-TE LSP bandwidth reservations are accepted.
If bandwidth is specified without specifying traffic direction, the default is both directions.
This command specifies the maximum amount of Committed Information Rate (CIR) bandwidth which can be used by dynamic RSVP-TE LSP bandwidth reservations. By sub-allocating reserveable bandwidth for RSVP-TE from the VLAN‘s available bandwidth, the switch can guarantee that as LSPs are established, a minimum amount of CIR bandwidth is available for other traffic.
NoteBeginning with ExtremeXOS Release 12.2.1, CIR bandwidth for the receive direction is not tracked by TE IGPs, such as OSPF-TE, and configuring it is not required. Configuring CIR bandwidth for the receive direction does not prevent an LSP from going operational due to lack of receive bandwidth; however, it can be useful for tracking and informational purposes. An Info level log (MPLS.RSVPTE.IfRxBwdthExcd) is generated if the setup of a TE LSP requires receive bandwidth greater than that which is currently available for the receive direction on a particular interface. This generally happens only when TE LSPs with different previous hops ingress the switch on the same interface (for example, from a multi-access link) and egress the switch on different interfaces.
The keyword both configures the reserved bandwidth for both ingress and egress LSP CIR reservations and overwrites any previous receive or transmit settings.
The following command reserves 25 Mbps of CIR bandwidth for all RSVP-TE CIR reservations on the specified VLAN:
configure mpls rsvp-te bandwidth committed-rate 25 Mbps vlan vlan_10
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.6.
This command is available only on the platforms that support MPLS as described in the Switch Engine 32.2 Feature License Requirements document.