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leaveall-timer (MVRP)

 

Syntax

EX Series and QFX Series

  • For platforms with ELS:

  • For platforms without ELS:

SRX 1500, SRX 300, SRX 550M, SRX 345, SRX 340, SRX 320

EX Series, M Series, SRX Series, T Series, MX Series

Release Information

Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 10.0.

Hierarchy level [edit protocols mvrp] introduced in Junos OS Release 13.2X50-D10 (ELS). (See Using the Enhanced Layer 2 Software CLI for information about ELS.)

Description

For Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol (MVRP), configure the interval at which the LeaveAll state operates on the interface.

Maintain default timer settings unless there is a compelling reason to change the settings. Modifying timers to inappropriate values might cause an imbalance in the operation of MVRP. However, if you choose to change the default values, keep in mind that on an EX Series switch that uses Junos OS with support for ELS, if the timer value set on an interface level is different from the value set on a switch level, then the value on the interface level takes precedence.

Options

EX Series and QFX Series:

interval—Number of seconds or milliseconds between the sending of Leave All messages.

Default: 10 seconds, or 10,000 milliseconds

SRX 1500, SRX 300, SRX 550M, SRX 345, SRX 340, SRX 320:

seconds—Interval between the sending of Leave All messages (range from 10 seconds through 60 seconds. Maintain default timer settings unless there is a compelling reason to change the settings. Modifying timers to inappropriate values might cause an imbalance in the operation of MVRP.

Default: 60 seconds

EX Series, M Series, SRX Series, T Series, MX Series:

milliseconds—Interval between the sending of Leave All messages. Maintain default timer settings unless there is a compelling reason to change the settings. Modifying timers to inappropriate values might cause an imbalance in the operation of MVRP.

Default: 10000 milliseconds

Required Privilege Level

routing—To view this statement in the configuration.

routing-control—To add this statement to the configuration.