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interfaces tunnel <tunx> nhrp map <protocol-addr>/<prefix> nbma-address <nbma-addr>

Statically maps a protocol address or protocol address prefix to the NBMA address of an NBMA peer.

set interfaces tunnel tunx nhrp map protocol-addr/prefix nbma-address nbma-addr
delete interfaces tunnel tunx nhrp map protocol-addr/prefix nbma-address nbma-addr
show interfaces tunnel tunx nhrp map protocol-addr/prefix nbma-address
tunx
Mandatory. The identifier for a tunnel interface. The identifier ranges from tun0 through tunx, where x is a non-negative integer.
protocol-addr
Mandatory. The protocol address of a destination. The protocol address is an IPv4 address.
prefix
Mandatory. The protocol address prefix of the destination. The protocol address prefix is an IPv4 prefix.
nbma-addr
Mandatory. The IPv4 address of the destination in the NBMA network.

Configuration mode


interfaces {
    tunnel tunx {
        nhrp {
            map protocol-addr/prefix {
                nbma-address nbma-addr
            }	
        }
    }
}

Use this command to statically map a protocol address or protocol address prefix of a destination to an NBMA address in an NBMA network.

Use the set form of this command to map a destination protocol address or protocol address prefix to an NBMA address in an NBMA network.

Use the delete form of this command to remove a protocol address-to-NBMA address mapping.

Use the show form of this command to display a protocol address-to-NBMA address mapping.