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Configuring Link Management Protocol Traffic Engineering Links

To begin your RSVP LSP tunnel configuration, configure LMP traffic engineering links on both the ingress and egress routing platforms. Because traffic engineering links define a unidirectional connection between peer devices, you must configure traffic engineering links in both directions between peers to enable the bidirectional transport of packets.

To configure traffic engineering links in LMP, include the te-link te-link-name statement at the [edit protocols link-management] hierarchy level. Define the traffic engineering link options shown below, especially the label-switched path to be used as the FA-LSP to reach the peer. Optionally, you can specify the traffic engineering metric for the traffic engineering link (TE link). By default, the traffic engineering metric is derived from the CSPF computation.

[edit]protocols {link-management {te-link te-link-name { # Name of the TE link.label-switched-path lsp-name; # LSP used for the forwarding adjacency.local-address ip-address; # Local IP address associated with the TE link.remote-address ip-address; # Remote IP address mapped to the TE link.te-metric value; # Traffic engineering metric used for the TE link.}}}

Published: 2010-04-15

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