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protocols mpls-rsvp tunnels tunnel secondary bandwidth

Configures the bandwidth to be reserved along the secondary path.

set protocols mpls-rsvp tunnels tunnel name secondary bandwidth 1-10000000000
delete protocols mpls-rsvp tunnels tunnel name secondary bandwidth 1-10000000000
show protocols mpls-rsvp tunnels tunnel name secondary bandwidth 1-10000000000
name
The tunnel name.
1-10000000000
The bandwidth reserved for the tunnel. The bandwidth can be from 1 through 10000000000.

Configuration mode


protocols {
    mpls-rsvp {
        tunnels  {
            tunnel <name> {
                secondary {
                    bandwidth <1-10000000000>
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

Use this command to configure the bandwidth to be reserved along the secondary path. The interfaces must be configured with a maximum reservable bandwidth before tunnels can reserve bandwidth on the interfaces. By default, no bandwidth is reserved.

Use the set form of this command to configure the bandwidth to be reserved along the secondary path.

Use the delete form of this command to delete the configuration of the bandwidth to be reserved along the secondary path.

Use the show form of this command to display the configuration of the bandwidth to be reserved along the secondary path.

Example

The following example shows how to configure 1000000 as the bandwidth to be reserved along the secondary path for the RSVP-TE tunnel named pe1-pe2.

vyatta@R1# set protocols mpls-rsvp tunnels tunnel pe1-pe2 secondary bandwidth 1000000