OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.1.0

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bfd

Enables BFD sessions with specified neighbors.

Syntax
bfd
Parameters
None
Default
Not configured
Command Mode

ROUTER-NEIGHBOR

ROUTER-TEMPLATE

Usage Information
  • Use the bfd command to configure BFD sessions with a specified neighbor or neighbors which inherit a BGP template. Use the neighbor { ip-address | ipv6-address} command in ROUTER-BGP mode to specify the neighbor. Use the template template-name command in ROUTER-BGP mode to specify a BGP template. Use the no bfd command in ROUTER-NEIGHBOR mode to disable BFD sessions with a neighbor.
  • Use the bfd all-neighbors command to configure L3 protocol-specific BFD parameters for all BFD sessions between discovered neighbors. The BFD parameters you configure override the global session parameters configured with the bfd interval command.
Example
OS10(conf)# router bgp 1
                                       OS10(config-router-bgp-1)# neighbor 10.1.1.1 
                                       OS10(config-router-neighbor)# bfd
                                       OS10(config-router-neighbor)# no shutdown
                                    
OS10(config)# router bgp 300
                                       OS10(config-router-bgp-300)# template ebgppg
                                       OS10(config-router-template)# bfd
                                       OS10(config-router-template)# exit
                                       OS10(config-router-bgp-300)# neighbor 3.1.1.1
                                       OS10(config-router-neighbor)# inherit template ebgppg
                                       OS10(config-router-neighbor)# no shutdown
                                    
Supported releases
10.4.1.0 or later

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