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FAQ - TE Metric Commands and Their Difference

Publication Date:  2013-09-24 Views:  23 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
TE metric commands and their difference
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Solution

1. mpls te metric: specifies the TE metric for a link (by default, the TE metric for a link is its IGP metric), providing basic link information for TEDB.

2. mpls te igp metric { absolute | relative } value: specifies the metric used by a TE tunnel in IGP calculation, that is, the cost of the tunnel. If the absolute metric is used, the metric is the configured value. If the relative metric is used, the metric is the IGP metric plus the relative metric. By default, the metric of a TE tunnel is the same as the that of the IGP path.

3. mpls te path metric-type: specifies whether the TE metric or igp metric (both are recorded in the TEDB) is used in CSPF selection calculation. If mpls te path metric-type is not configured under the tunnel view, the metric type under the MPLS view is used. If mpls te path metric-type is configured under the tunnel view, the metric type under the tunnel view is used.
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