Modifying Failover Server Parameters (SRC CLI)

To modify failover server parameters:

  1. Issue the show sae drivers brief command to view the router or device instances.
  2. Issue the request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name command to modify failover server parameters.
    • (Optional) To modify the IP address of an alternate SAE server to which a router can reconnect when this driver closes its connection, use the ip-address option. This option is not applicable to the PCMM device driver.
      user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name ip-address ip-address
    • (Optional) To modify the port of an alternate SAE server to which a router can reconnect when this driver closes its connection, use the tcp-port option. This option is not applicable to the PCMM device driver.
      user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name tcp-port tcp-port
    • (Optional) To specify whether the device driver sends its own failover IP address and port to the router when it closes its connection, use the use-failover-server option. This option is not applicable to the PCMM device driver.
      user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name use-failover-server
    • (Optional) To specify that no confirmation is requested before the software modifies the parameters, use the force option.
      user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name force user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name ip-address ip-address force user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name tcp-port tcp-port force user@host> request sae modify device failover virtual-router-name virtual-router-name use-failover-server force

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