Enables the split horizon with poison reverse algorithm for RIPng on specified interfaces.
|vlan-name||Specifies an IPv6 configured VLAN.|
|tunnel_name||Specifies an IPv6 tunnel.|
|all||Specifies all interfaces.|
Used with split horizon, poison reverse is a scheme for eliminating the possibility of loops in the routed topology. In this case, a router advertises a route over the same interface that supplied the route, but the route uses a hop count of 16, defining it as unreachable.
If both split horizon and poison reverse are enabled, poison reverse takes precedence.
The following command enables split horizon with poison reverse for RIPng on all IPv6 interfaces in the virtual router:
enable ripng poisonreverse
The following command enables split horizon with poison reverse for all the IPv6 configured VLANs in the virtual router:
enable ripng poisonreverse vlan all
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.2.
This command is available on platforms with an Edge, Advanced Edge, or Core license. For licensing information, see the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.