Statement introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.
policy-multipath statement introduced in Junos Release 19.1R1 for all platfroms.
Create a routing table.
Explicitly creating a routing table with routing-table-name is optional if you are not adding any static, martian, aggregate, or generated routes to the routing table and if you also are creating a routing table group.
The IPv4 multicast routing table (inet.1) and the IPv6 multicast routing table (inet6.1) are not supported for this statement.
If you do not specify a routing table name with the routing-table-name option, the software uses the default routing tables, which are inet.0 for unicast routes and inet.1 for the multicast cache.
routing-table-name—Name of the routing table, in the following format:
In a routing instance, the routing table name must include the routing instance name. For example, if the routing instance name is link0, the routing table name might be link0.inet6.0.
protocol is the protocol family. It can be inet6 for the IPv6 family, inet for the IPv4 family, iso for the ISO protocol family, or instance-name.iso.0 for an ISO routing instance.
identifier is a positive integer that specifies the instance of the routing table.
The remaining statements are explained separately. See CLI Explorer.
Required Privilege Level
routing—To view this statement in the configuration.
routing-control—To add this statement to the configuration.