Configuring BFD for static routes multiple hop by using IPv4 addressing
To configure BFD multiple hop for static routes, you must first set up the static route between the two peer systems.
- R1 loopback address—
- R1 interface address facing R2—
- R2 loopback address—
- R2 interface address facing R1—
- R2 interface address facing R3—
- R3 interface address facing R2—
- R3 loopback address—
To configure a BFD session between R1 and R3, perform the following steps in configuration mode.
|R1||Create a BFD template called ||See section Configuring the BFD template.|
|R1||Associate the BFD |
Note: Configuring session template is mandatory.
|R1||Register R3 as a BFD neighbor.|| |
|R1||Commit the configuration.|| |
|R1||Save the configuration.|| |
|R1||Display the configuration.|| |
|R3||Create a BFD template called ||See section Configuring the BFD template.|
|R3||Associate the BFD || |
|R3||Register R1 as a BFD neighbor.|| |
|R3||Commit the configuration.|| |
|R3||Save the configuration.|| |
|R3||Display the configuration.|| |