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Route tracking and OTM

I see OS10 has the OTM feature. From the documentation, it seems like the only thing you can apply it to is VRRP. Is that correct? I'm thinking of attaching a track object to a route to withdraw it when the object is DOWN. Is this possible?

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Hello wanatkinson,

 

 

OTM feature shows it isn't just for VRRP.  Check this section and see if it helps

Page 1053

https://dell.to/3Lh3XMh


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Hi,

 

The question is really around withdrawing a route if a tracked object is down. In Cisco, you would reference the tracked object at the end of a route. I can't see that you can do that with OS10.

I do see that you can attach BFD to a route and that BFD references an interface. Can this achieve the same result?

 

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Hi, I'm not sure if this can be done with BDF. I couldn't find any best practice that we can refer to. I've looked at the BDF related sections here. https://dell.to/39EpX5C if you do this please update this thread if possible, it would be useful for everyone.


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