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    Configuring ANCP Interfaces

    ANCP uses several interface-level configuration commands. These commands provide the ability to define GSMP input and output labels associated with the interface and specify the number of branches the ANCP end user can support. Tasks to configure ANCP interfaces include:

    Creating GSMP Output Labels

    You can create the GSMP output label associated with the interface. In addition to the label, this command also specifies the access node using the neighbor keyword.

    To create the GSMP output label association:

    • Issue the l2c end-user-id command in Interface Configuration mode.
      host1(config-if)#l2c end-user-id out_subscriber_port_6 neighbor ACCESS_NODE_1

    You can use the no version to remove the output label association.

    Configuring the Maximum Number of Branches for the ANCP User

    You can specify the maximum number of branches the ANCP end user can have.

    To specify the maximum number of branches:

    • Issue the l2c max-branches command in Interface Configuration mode.
      host1(config-if)#l2c max-branches 5

    You can use the no version to return the maximum number of branches to its default value, unlimited branches.

    Creating GSMP Input Labels

    You can create the GSMP input label associated with the interface.

    To create the GSMP input label association:

    • Issue the l2c peer-attachment-id command in Interface Configuration mode.
      host1(config-if)#l2c peer-attachment-id in_multicast_port_5

    You can use the no version to remove the input label association.

    Published: 2014-08-12