command-forwarding re-selector

Mode: Operational Mode


     command-forwarding {
         chassis-selector [<default-chassis-selector>];
         lr-selector [<default-lr-selector>];
         vc-selector [<default-vc-selector>];
         exclude-targets <exclude-targets>+;
         re-timeout <timeout-value>;
         dynamic-argument <argument-name>;
         fpc-slot-argument <argument-name>;
         flag <flags>+;
         help <help-string>;


This command provides routing engine targets, which allow you to switch from one routing engine on a specific chassis to another.

     generated keywords 
     routing-engine all
     routing-engine local



     command show {
          command foo {
                command_forwarding {


     re0> show foo
     Output of "show foo" command on re0
     re0> show foo?
     Possible completions:
          routing-engine      Specify routing engine
          re0                 Routing engine 0
          re1                 Routing engine 1

     re0> show foo routing-engine ?
     Possible completions:
          local               Local routing engine
          other               Other routing engine
          master              Master routing engine
          backup              Backup routing engine
          both                Both routing engines

See also

Reference (to programmers guide/style guide):

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