This command has been replaced with the following command: configure l2vpn [vpls vpls_name | vpwsvpws_name] peer ipaddress [add | delete] mpls lsplsp_name .
This command is still supported for backward compatibility, but it will be removed from a future release, so we recommend that you start using the new command.
Configures a named LSP to be used for the PW to the specified VPLS peer.
|vpls_name||Identifies the VPLS within the switch (character string).|
|ipaddress||Specifies the IP address for the peer node that is the endpoint of the PW-LSP.|
|add||Permits addition of up to four RSVP-TE LSPs to the VPLS peer.|
|delete||Removes the LSP specified by the lsp_name parameter from the PW-LSP aggregation list.|
|lsp_name||Removes the specified lsp.|
This command configures a named LSP to be used for the PW to the specified VPLS peer. The delete keyword removes the LSP specified by the lsp_name. If all the named LSPs are deleted to the configured VPLS peer, VPLS attempts to use the best-routed path LSP, if one exists. The delete portion of this command cannot be used to remove a named LSP that was selected by the switch as the best LSP. If no LSPs exist to the VPLS peer, VPN connectivity to the VPLS peer is lost. Currently, the VPLS PW uses only one LSP.
In ExtremeXOS 15.4, this command is modified to display an informational message when multiple transport LSPs are configured for a VPLS PW, when LSP sharing is not enabled. This message is only displayed once per switch boot.
The following examples add and remove a named LSP:
configure vpls vpls1 peer 22.214.171.124 add mpls lsp "to-olympic4" configure vpls vpls1 peer 126.96.36.199 delete mpls lsp "to-olympic4"
configure vpls vpls1 peer 188.8.131.52 add mpls lsp lsp2
NoteTo share LSPs in HW, use the enable l2vpn sharing command.
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.6.
This command was modified, in ExtremeXOS 15.4, to display an informational message when multiple transport LSPs are configured for a VPLS PW, and LSP sharing is not enabled.
This command is available only on the platforms that support MPLS as described in the Switch Engine 32.2 Feature License Requirements document.