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bridgetable

The following operations can be performed on "bridgetable":

set| show| add| clear| unset| rm|

set bridgetable

Sets global parameters of bridge table entries. The bridgeAge attribute is deprecated. Use "set l2param -bridgeAgeTimeout" instead.

Synopsis

set bridgetable

Arguments

Example

set bridgetable -bridgeAge 200

show bridgetable

Displays the bridge table entries and the configured time-out values for these entries.

Synopsis

show bridgetable

Arguments

Output

bridgeAge Time-out value for the bridge table entries, in seconds. The new value applies only to the entries that are dynamically learned after the new value is set. Previously existing bridge table entries expire after the previously configured time-out value.

mac The MAC address of the target.

ifnum The interface on which the address was learned.

vlan The VLAN in which this MAC address resides.

vxlan The VXLAN in which this MAC address resides.

vtep The IP address of the destination VXLAN tunnel endpoint where the Ethernet MAC ADDRESS resides.

vni The VXLAN VNI Network Identifier (or VXLAN Segment ID) to use to connect to the remote VXLAN tunnel endpoint. If omitted the value specified as vxlan will be used.

deviceVlan The vlan on which to send multicast packets when the VXLAN tunnel endpoint is a muticast group address.

flags Display flags,

type Whether static or dynamic

channel The Tunnel through which bridge entry is learned.

controlPlane This bridge table entry is populated by a control plane protocol

devno count stateflag

Example

show bridgetable

add bridgetable

Add static mac-vtep mappings per vxlan

Synopsis

add bridgetable -mac -vxlan -vtep [-vni ] [-deviceVlan ]

Arguments

mac The MAC address of the target.

vxlan The VXLAN to which this address is associated. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 16777215

vtep The IP address of the destination VXLAN tunnel endpoint where the Ethernet MAC ADDRESS resides.

vni The VXLAN VNI Network Identifier (or VXLAN Segment ID) to use to connect to the remote VXLAN tunnel endpoint. If omitted the value specified as vxlan will be used. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 16777215

deviceVlan The vlan on which to send multicast packets when the VXLAN tunnel endpoint is a muticast group address. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 4094

Example

add bridgetable -mac 52:f2:46:e6:ed:67 -vxlan 100 -vtep 172.16.1.24 add bridgetable -mac c2:76:29:4a:fe:9e -vxlan 100 -vtep 192.168.7.1 -vni 200 add bridgetable -mac 00:00:00:00:00:00 -vxlan 100 -vtep 172.16.1.24 add bridgetable -mac 00:00:00:00:00:00 -vxlan 100 -vtep 239.0.0.1 -deviceVlan 23 add bridgetable -mac 00:00:00:00:00:00 -vxlan 100 -vtep 239.0.0.1 -deviceVlan 24

clear bridgetable

Remove entries from bridge table

Synopsis

clear bridgetable [-vlan | -vxlan ] [-ifnum ]

Arguments

vlan VLAN whose entries are to be removed. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 4094

ifnum INTERFACE whose entries are to be removed.

vxlan VXLAN whose entries are to be removed. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 16777215

unset bridgetable

Use this command to remove bridgetable settings.Refer to the set bridgetable command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsis

unset bridgetable

rm bridgetable

Delete static mac-vtep mapping

Synopsis

rm bridgetable -mac -vxlan [-vtep ] [-deviceVlan ]

Arguments

mac The MAC address of the target.

vxlan The VXLAN to which this address is associated. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 16777215

vtep The IP address of the destination VXLAN tunnel endpoint where the Ethernet MAC ADDRESS resides.

deviceVlan The vlan on which to send multicast packets when the VXLAN tunnel endpoint is a muticast group address. Minimum value: 1 Maximum value: 4094

Example

rm bridgetable -mac 52:f2:46:e6:ed:67 -vxlan 100 rm bridgetable -mac 00:00:00:00:00:00 -vxlan 100 -vtep 172.16.1.24 rm bridgetable -mac 00:00:00:00:00:00 -vxlan 100 -vtep 239.0.0.1 -deviceVlan 23

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