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NE20E-S V800R010C10SPC500 Configuration Guide - MPLS 01

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Verifying the Tunnel Protection Group Configuration

Verifying the Tunnel Protection Group Configuration

After configuring a tunnel protection group, run display commands to view information about the tunnel protection group and the binding between the working and protection tunnels.

Prerequisites

A tunnel protection group has been configured.

Procedure

  1. Run the display mpls te protection tunnel { all | tunnel-id | interface tunnel-interface-name } [ verbose ] command to check information about a tunnel protection group.
  2. Run the display mpls te protection binding protect-tunnel { tunnel-id | interface tunnel-interface-name } command to check the binding between the working and protection tunnels.

Example

After completing the configurations, you can run a display command to view the configuration of a tunnel protection group.

# Run the display mpls te protection tunnel all command on the ingress to view information about the tunnel protection group.

<HUAWEI> display mpls te protection tunnel all
------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. Work-tunnel status  /id  Protect-tunnel status /id    Switch-Result
------------------------------------------------------------------------
1          non-defect   /100        non-defect     /101     work-tunnel

# Run the display mpls te protection binding protect-tunnel tunnel-id command. The command output shows that a protection tunnel has been bound to a working tunnel.

<HUAWEI> display mpls te protection binding protect-tunnel 101
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Binding information of( tunnel id:  101 )
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Protect-tunnel id                    :101
    Protect-tunnel name                  :Tunnel1
    Maximum number of bound work-tunnels :8
    Currently bound work-tunnels         :Total( 1 )
                                         :Tunnel2
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Updated: 2019-01-03

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