Disable the Simple Loop Protection Protocol (SLPP) Guard feature.
|slpp||Specifies disabling SLPP.|
|guard||Specifies not using the SLPP Guard feature, which disables a port as soon as an SLPP PDU is received.|
|ports||Specifies selecting ports on which to disable SLPP guard.|
|port_list||Selects which ports on which to disable SLPP guard.|
|all||Specifies disabling SLPP guard on all ports.|
By default, SLPP Guard is disabled on all ports.
SLPP is an application that detects loops in a Split Multi-link Trunking (SMLT) network. SLPP Guard is a complementary feature that helps prevent loops in networks by administratively disabling an edge port if a switch receive an SLPP PDU from an SMLT network.
The following example disables SLPP Guard on port 5:
# disable slpp guard ports 5
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 30.2.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.