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    mpls rsvp profile

    Syntax

    In Global Configuration mode:

    mpls rsvp [ interface ] profile [ profileName ]

    no mpls rsvp interface profile profileName

    In Interface Configuration mode:

    mpls rsvp profile profileName

    no mpls rsvp profile

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    Description

    In Global Configuration mode, creates or modifies a configuration profile for RSVP-TE. Places the CLI in RSVP Configuration mode. If you specify a profile not previously configured, it is created with the factory default settings. If you do not specify a profile name, the factory default profile is assumed. The implicit default RSVP-TE profile specifies a value of 30,000 ms (30 seconds) for the refresh period and a value of 3 for the timeout factor.

    Any change to a profile affects all interfaces that use the profile; changes are effective the next time the interface comes up. The no version deletes the specified profile. The no version deletes the specified profile.

    In Interface Configuration mode, creates or enables RSVP-TE on the interface with the factory default profile or the specified profile, or disables RSVP-TE on the interface. The no version reverts to the default profile on the interface.

    In both modes, if you specify a profile not previously configured, it is created with the factory default settings. If you do not specify a profile name, the factory default profile is assumed. The no version deletes the specified profile. The no version deletes the specified profile.

    Options

    • interface—Keyword required for the no version in Global Configuration mode
    • profileName—Name of a profile to be created or modified (Global Configuration mode), applied to an interface (Interface Configuration mode), or deleted (both modes); the profile sets the values for the protocol parameters; until you modify the profile settings, the values match those of the implicit default profile

    Mode

    Global Configuration, Interface Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-14