Configuring a BFD helper session by using IPv4 addressing
You can configure a static route from a router R1 to another router R2, without configuring another static route from R2 to R1. In such a case, you can enable BFD only from R1 to R2 with static route as the client. BFD must be configured at both routers for it to be operational, you can use a helper session to compensate the lack of a static route from R2 to R1.
source anyparameter is not supported for the helper session command.
- R1 interface address facing R2—
- R2 interface address facing R1—
source anyparameter to associate the BFD template with all BFD sessions that have the specific destination. For more information, refer to BFD Commands.
|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.|| |