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interfaces tunnel <tunx> bridge-group

Adds a specified tunnel interface to a bridge group and sets parameters for the tunnel.

set interfaces tunnel tunx bridge-group { admin-edge | auto-edge | bpdu-guard | bridge bridge-name | cost cost | network-port | point-to-point ptp-op-status | priority priority | restrict-tcn | root-block }
delete interfaces tunnel tunx bridge-group
show interfaces tunnel tunx bridge-group

GRE is the encapsulation type.

tunx
The identifier of a tunnel interface. The identifier ranges from tun0 through tunx, where x is a nonnegative integer.
admin-edge
Enables the admin-edge mode for Spanning Tree Protocol (STP).
auto-edge
Enables the auto-edge mode for STP.
bpdu-guard
Enables spanning tree BPDU guard.
bridge bridge-name
Name to identify the bridge group.
cost cost
Spanning tree port cost (1-65535).
network-port
Enables Spanning Tree uni-directional link detection.
point-to-point ptp-op-status
Sets the point-to-point operational status. The status is either on or off.
priority priority
Sets the port priority for STP. The priority is a number that ranges from 0 through 15.
restrict-tcn
Restricts propagation of Spanning Tree topology change notifications.
root-block
Restricts the port's ability to take the spanning tree root role.

Configuration mode


interfaces {
	tunnel tunx {
		bridge group { 
   admin-edge
   auto-edge
			bpdu-guard
			bridge bridge-name
			cost cost
   network-port
   point-to-point ptp-op-status
			priority priority
   restrict-tcn
			root-block
		}
	}
}

Use this command to add a tunnel interface to a bridge group.

Use the set form of this command to configure the tunnel interface to a bridge group.

Use the delete form of this command to remove the tunnel interface.

Use the show form of this command to display the current configuration of the tunnel interface.