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interfaces tunnel <tunx> nhrp map <protocol-addr>/<prefix> register-no-unique

Enables NHRP Registration requests and replies to be sent without the unique flag being set.

set interfaces tunnel tunx nhrp map protocol-addr/prefix register-no-unique
delete interfaces tunnel tunx nhrp map protocol-addr/prefix register-no-unique
show interfaces tunnel tunx nhrp map protocol-addr/prefix

The unique flag is set in NHRP Registration requests and replies.

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.

Configuration mode


interfaces {
    tunnel tunx {
        nhrp {
            map protocol-addr/prefix {
                register-no-unique
            }	
        }
    }
}

Use this command to enable NHRP Registration requests and replies to be sent without the unique flag being set. When the unique flag is set in an NHRP Registration request, a next-hop server rejects the request if the IP address to NBMA address mapping has changed and the request is received before the entry in the next-hop server times out. This rejection is typically the case when the client receives a new IP address, for example, in a DHCP environment.

Use the set form of this command to enable NHRP Registration requests and replies to be sent without the unique flag being set.

Use the delete form of this command to enable the default setting of the unique flag in NHRP Registration requests and replies.

Use the show form of this command to display NHRP address-mapping configuration.