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per-esi

Syntax

Hierarchy Level

Description

Configure an aggregated Ethernet interface to be the designated forwarder (DF). Doing this ensures that the DF role of the ESI represents the role of the aggregated Ethernet interface.

Note:

You cannot enable the sync-reset statement at the [edit interfaces name aggregated-ether-options lacp] level when you have the lacp-oos-on-ndf statement enabled.

Note:

You cannot enable the lacp-oos-on-ndf statement in the following situations:

  • When you have configured an all-active ESI.

  • When the interface is not an aggregated Ethernet interface.

  • When the aggregated Ethernet interface does not have LACP enabled.

The per-esi and per-esi-vlan statements are exclusive and cannot be configured at the same time. If you configure per-esi-vlan statement on an interface that is already configured with the per-esi, then the per-esi is removed from the configuration. Also, the opposite is true. If you configure per-esi statement on an interface that is already configured with the per-esi-vlan, then the per-esi-vlan is removed from the configuration.

Options

lacp-oos-on-ndf

In an EVPN single-active configuration, the provider edge (PE) device that is the non-DF will send LACP out-of-sync packets to the customer edge device (CE). As a result, LACP goes down on the CE device, and the CE device does not use the links connected to the non-DF for sending traffic. If the connection between a CE device and a DF PE device fails, the PE device is re-elected as a DF. If the connection between a CE device and a non-DF PE device fails, the current DF PE device is not changed.

The remaining statements are explained separately. Search for a statement in CLI Explorer or click a linked statement in the Syntax section for details.

Required Privilege Level

interface

Release Information

Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 20.4R1