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NE40E V800R010C10SPC500 Configuration Guide - User Access 01

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Setting a Base Value for L2TP Tunnel IDs

Setting a Base Value for L2TP Tunnel IDs

The master and slave routers carry out L2TP two-node hot backup in load balancing mode. A based value can be set on either of router for allocating L2TP tunnel IDs. This setting ensures to a certain extent that tunnel IDs are unique on each router.

Context

The router assigns an integer value as an L2TP tunnel ID and the ID starts with 1. In the two-node hot backup load balancing scenario, tunnel information is backed up between the master and slave routers. During backup, identical tunnel IDs may exist on a single router. The set l2tp tunnel base-id base-id command can be used to specify a base value that one router uses to allocate tunnel IDs (Tunnel ID = Base value + Index starting with 1). The other router uses the default base value of 0. The settings ensure to a certain extent that each tunnel ID is unique on a single router.

Perform the following steps on either of the master and slave routers:

Procedure

  1. Run system-view

    The system view is displayed.

  2. Run set l2tp tunnel base-id base-id

    A base value for L2TP tunnel IDs is set.

    NOTE:
    • If a tunnel ID carried in backup information is the same as a local tunnel ID, the router deletes the existing local tunnel information and accepts the backup tunnel information.

    • The set l2tp tunnel base-id base-id command cannot be used on the router that has established L2TP tunnels and allocated tunnel IDs.

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Updated: 2019-01-03

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