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Configuration Guide - IP Routing 01

NE05E and NE08E V300R003C10SPC500

This is NE05E and NE08E V300R003C10SPC500 Configuration Guide - IP Routing
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Common Clauses

Common Clauses

Common clauses are classified as logic, start, or end clauses. Logic clauses indicate logical relationships, and the start or end clause begins or concludes the configuration of a set or route-filter in the paragraph editing interface view.

Logic Clauses

eq: equal to.

ge: greater than or equal to.

le: less than or equal to.

in: included in a set.

if: introductory condition clause.

elseif: introductory condition clause, used to filter the routes that fail to meet previous matching rules.

else: introductory condition clause, used to include all the routes that fail to meet previous matching rules.

then: introductory action clause, in the format of if+condition clause+then or elseif+condition clause+then. else is not followed by an introductory action clause in most cases.

apply: action implementation clause, in the format of apply+action clause. Action clauses (excluding approve, refuse, finish, call route-filter route-filter-name, and break) must follow apply.

endif: conclusive condition clause, following a condition and an action, and concluding all matching rules.

Configuration Start and End Clauses

Configuration Start Clauses

Configuration End Clauses

xpl global-value: begins the edition of a global variable set.

end-global-value: concludes the edition of a global variable set.

xpl ip-prefix-list ip-prefix-list-name: begins the edition of an IPv4 prefix set.

end-list: concludes the edition of an IPv4 prefix set.

xpl ipv6-prefix-list ipv6-prefix-list-name: begins the edition of an IPv6 prefix set.

end-list: concludes the edition of an IPv6 prefix set.

xpl as-path-list as-path-list-name: begins the edition of an AS_Path set.

end-list: concludes the edition of an AS_Path set.

xpl community-list community-list-name: begins the edition of a community set.

end-list: concludes the edition of a community set.

xpl rd-list rd-list-name: begins the edition of an RD set.

end-list: concludes the edition of an RD set.

xpl extcommunity-list rt rt-list-name: begins the edition of a route target set.

end-list: concludes the edition of a route target set.

xpl extcommunity-list soo soo-list-name: begins the edition of a site of origin (SoO) set.

end-list: concludes the edition of an SoO set.

xpl route-filter route-filter-name: begins the edition of a route-filter.

end-filter: concludes the edition of a route-filter.

xpl route-flow-group group-name: begins the edition of a QPPB configuration group.

end-group: concludes the edition of a QPPB configuration group.

NOTE:

A configuration end clause concludes only the edition of a set or route-filter in the paragraph editing interface view. To save the current configuration and exit this view, press Ctrl+X.

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