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protocols ospfv3 process <process-id> passive-interface-exclude

Excludes the suppression of OSPFv3 routing updates on an interface that belongs to the OSPF process.

set protocols ospfv3 process [ process process-id ] passive-interface-exclude interface
delete protocols ospfv3 process [ process process-id ] passive-interface-exclude interface
show protocols ospfv3 process [ process process-id ] passive-interface-exclude

Routing updates are not suppressed and passive-interface is configured.

interface
The identifier of an interface. Supported interface types are:
  • Data plane
  • Loopback

For more information about these interface types, refer to Supported Interface Types.

You can exclude the suppression of routing updates on multiple interfaces by creating multiple passive-interface-exclude configuration nodes.

Configuration Mode


protocols {
					ospfv3 {
										process process-id {
					passive-interface-exclude interface
																													}
														}
											}

Use this command to exclude the suppression of OSPFv3 routing updates on an interface that belongs to the OSPFv3 process. OSPFv3 traffic can be neither received on the interface nor sent through the interface that belongs to the OSPFv3 process.

Use the set form of this command to exclude the suppression of OSPFv3 routing updates on an interface that belongs to the OSPFv3 process.

Use the delete form of this command to restore the default behavior, that is, routing updates are not suppressed..

Use the show form of this command to display the suppression configuration of OSPFv3 routing updates.

The following example shows how to exclude the OSPFv3 routing update suppression on 10.11.121.134 interface.

vyatta@Rn# set protocols ospf passive-interface-exclude 10.11.121.134 that belong to an OSPF process with process ID as 12.
vyatta@R6# show protocols ospfv3 process 12
ospf {
						process 12
									{
     						 passive-interface-exclude 10.11.121.134
										}
						}