This command configures a local IPv4 address to be used as SIP for encapsulated packets.
|ipaddress||Configure the IP address to be used as source IP address for VXLAN packets encapsulated by this gateway.|
|ipaddress||An existing interface IPv4 address.|
|vr||VR/VRF instance the IPv4 address is configured on.|
|vr_name||An existing VR/VRF name.|
|none||Remove existing IP address configuration for the local tunnel endpoint for this virtual router.|
The address must have been configured as an interface address prior to issuing this command. Although not mandatory, it is strongly recommended that a loopback VLAN IP address be used as the local IP address for tunnels. “VR-Default” is the default for VR/VRF name. ExtremeXOS checks if the given IP address is configured on the VR/VRF. If not configured, the command fails with an appropriate error message. This release of ExtremeXOS supports tunnel termination on a single VR/VRF. That VR/VRF can be a user created. If you intend to change the IP address or the VR/VRF, you can re-issue the same command with a different IP address to effect the change.
To configure a local tunnel endpoint IP address in a user created VR/VRF:
configure virtual-network local-endpoint ipaddress 10.10.10.1 vr VR-User
To change a local tunnel endpoint to a different IP address within the same VR/VRF:
configure virtual-network local-endpoint ipaddress 188.8.131.52 vr VR-User
To unconfigure a local tunnel endpoint IP address:
configure virtual-network local-endpoint none
To change a local tunnel endpoint to a different IP address in a different VR/VRF:
configure virtual-network local-endpoint ipaddress 10.10.10.1 vr VR-Default
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 21.1.
This command is supported on the ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, 5720 series switches, and stacks with 5320, 5420, 5520, 5720 slots only.