Technical Documentation

Example: Configuring Peer Entities

In this example, we create a group some-isp that contains configuration data relating to another Internet service provider (ISP). We can then insert apply-group statements at any point to allow any location in the configuration hierarchy to inherit this data.

[edit]user@host# show groups {some-isp {interfaces {<xe-*> {gigether-options {flow-control;}}}protocols {bgp {group <*> {neighbor <*> {remove-private;}}}pim {interface <*> {version 1;}}}}}interfaces {xe-0/0/0 {apply-groups some-isp;unit 0 {family inet {address 10.0.0.1/24;}}}}protocols {bgp {group main {neighbor 10.254.0.1 {apply-groups some-isp;}}}pim {interface xe-0/0/0.0 {apply-groups some-isp;}}}[edit]user@host# show | display inheritance interfaces {xe-0/0/0 {#### "gigether-options" was inherited from group "some-isp"##gigether-options {#### "flow-control" was inherited from group "some-isp"##flow-control;}unit 0 {family inet {address 10.0.0.1/24;}}}}protocols {bgp {group main {neighbor 10.254.0.1 {#### "remove-private" was inherited from group "some-isp"##remove-private;}}}pim {interface xe-0/0/0.0 {#### "1" was inherited from group "some-isp"##version 1;}}}

Published: 2010-01-17