OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)



Configures up to 10 virtual router IP addresses in the VRRP group. Set at least one virtual IP address for the VRRP group to start sending VRRP packets.

virtual-address ip-address1 [ip-address2...ip-address10]
  • ip-address1 — Enter the IP address of a virtual router in A.B.C.D format. The IP address must be on the same subnet as the interface’s primary IP address.
  • ip-address2...ip-address10 — (Optional) Enter up to nine additional IP addresses of virtual routers, separated by a space. The IP addresses must be on the same subnet as the interface’s primary IP address.
Command Mode
Usage Information
The VRRP group only becomes active and sends VRRP packets when you configure a virtual IP address. When you delete the virtual address, the VRRP group stops sending VRRP packets. A system message appears after you enter or delete the virtual-address command. To guarantee that a VRRP group becomes Master, configure the VRRP group’s virtual address with the same IP address as the interface’s primary IP address and change the priority of the VRRP group to 255. You can ping the virtual addresses configured in all VRRP groups. The no version of this command deletes one or more virtual-addresses configured in the system.
OS10(conf-eth1/1/5-vrid-254)# virtual address
Supported Releases
10.2.0E or later

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