configure mpls rsvp-te path delete ero
Deletes a subobject from the Explicit Route Object (ERO) for the specified path name.
|path_name||Specifies the path from which the ERO is deleted.|
|all||Specifies that the entire ERO should be deleted from the named path.|
|ipNetmask||Specifies the ERO subobject to be deleted.|
|number||Specifies the order number of the ERO subobject to be deleted.|
This command deletes a subobject from the Explicit Route Object (ERO) for the specified path name. The ERO subobject is specified using an IP prefix or order number. If a subobject is deleted from an ERO while the associated LSP is established, the path is torn down and is re-signaled using a new ERO. The all keyword may be used to delete the entire ERO from the path name. When there is no configured ERO, the path is no longer required to take an explicit routed path. The path is then signaled along the best available path and no ERO is included in the path message.
The following command deletes all the configured EROs from the path sydney-bypass:
configure mpls rsvp-te path sydney-bypass delete ero 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 Switch Engine 32.2 Feature License Requirements document.