Configuring BFD for OSPFv2 on a virtual interface by using IPv4 addressing
To configure BFD for OSPFv2 neighbors on a virtual interface (VIF), you must first configure the OSPF and VIF for the two neighbors.
vlan-51. The following list provides the addresses of R1 and R2.
- R1 loopback address—
- Physical data plane address—
- Virtual link between R1 and R2—
- VLAN identifier—
- R1 interface facing vif 51—
- R2 interface facing vif 51—
- R2 loopback address—
To configure a BFD session between R1 and R2, perform the following steps in configuration mode.
|R1||Create a BFD template called ||See section Configuring the BFD template.|
|R1||Associate the BFD || |
|R1||Register R2 as a BFD neighbor.|| |
|R1||Commit the configuration.|| |
|R1||Save the configuration.|| |
|R1||Display the configuration.|| |
|R2||Create a BFD template called ||See section Configuring the BFD template.|
|R2||Associate the BFD |
Note: You can also associate the BFD parameter template with the interface by using the set interface dataplane vif <vf_id> bfd template <template-name> command.
|R2||Register R1 as a BFD neighbor.|| |
|R2||Commit the configuration.|| |
|R2||Save the configuration.|| |
|R2||Display the configuration.|| |