Configures the type of traffic that may be transported across a named LSP.
|lsp_name||Specifies the RSVP-TE LSP.|
|ip-traffic||Controls the forwarding of routed IP traffic across the specified LSP.|
|vpn-traffic||Controls the forwarding of VPN traffic over the LSP.|
|allow||Allows transport of the specified traffic across the LSP.|
|deny||Denies transport of the specified traffic across the LSP.|
|allow||Allows all VPLS VPN traffic to be transported across the LSP.|
|all||Allows the transmission of all VPN traffic over the LSP.|
|assigned-only||Limits the transport of VPN traffic to VPLS instances that are explicitly configured to use the specified LSP name.|
The default behavior is to allow RSVP-TE LSPs to transport all types of traffic without restriction.
This command configures the type of traffic that may be transported across a named LSP. By default, both IP traffic and VPN traffic are set to allow transport for a newly created LSP. The ip-traffic keyword is used to allow or deny forwarding of routed IP traffic across the specified LSP. If allowed, the LSP label information is inserted into the routing table and the switch forwards traffic over the LSP that matches the IP route entry to which this LSP is associated. If denied, the LSP label information is removed from the routing table and the switch does not use the LSP to transport IP traffic. The vpn-traffic keyword controls the transmission of VPN traffic over the LSP. When denied, the LSP is not used as a transport for PWs or other VPN related traffic. These transport configuration options are independent. For example, if vpn-traffic is set to allow and ip-traffic is set to deny, then no routed IP traffic is transported across the LSP, but the LSP may still be used to transport VPN traffic.
The optional assigned-only keyword limits the transport of VPN traffic to only those VPLS instances that are explicitly configured to use the specified LSP name.
The following command prevents the switch from using LSP aus to forward IP traffic:
configure mpls rsvp-te lsp aus transport ip-traffic deny
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 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.