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RESTful API Reference

CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E V200R005C10

This document describes the OPS APIs supported by the device, including OPS-supported operations, request examples, elements in the requests, response examples, elements in the responses, and response status codes.
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VRRP Interface Configurations

VRRP Interface Configurations

Query VRRP Interface Configurations

Operation

URI

Description

GET

/vrrp/interfaces/interface

Query VRRP interface configurations, including the interface name and recovery delay.

  • Request example
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
    <interface> 
        <ifName></ifName> 
        <ttlCheckFlag></ttlCheckFlag> 
        <sendModeAll></sendModeAll> 
        <sendSubVlanId></sendSubVlanId> 
        <recoverDelay></recoverDelay> 
    </interface>

    Table 27-5describes elements in requests.

    Table 27-5 Elements

    Element

    Description

    ifName

    Specifies an interface name.

    ttlCheckFlag

    Specifies whether a device is enabled to check the TTL value in received VRRP packets. If the TTL value is not 255, the packets are discarded. By default, a device is enabled to check the TTL value in received VRRP packets.

    sendModeAll

    Specifies that VRRP packets are sent to all sub-VLANs of a super VLAN.

    sendSubVlanId

    Specifies a sub-VLAN to which VRRP packets are sent. The default value is 0, indicating that VRRP packets are sent to an active sub-VLAN with the smallest ID. This element is configured for a super VLAN interface only.

    recoverDelay

    Specifies the recovery delay, in seconds. After a recovery delay is configured, a VRRP backup group responds to an interface Up event after the configured recovery delay. The default recovery delay is 0s. Configuring a recovery delay helps suppress interface status flapping.

  • Response example (XML format)
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
    <interface> 
        <ifName>10GE1/0/1</ifName> 
        <ttlCheckFlag>true</ttlCheckFlag> 
        <sendSubVlanId>0</sendSubVlanId> 
        <sendModeAll>false</sendModeAll> 
        <recoverDelay>0</recoverDelay> 
    </interface>

    Table 27-6describes elements in responses.

    Table 27-6 Elements

    Element

    Description

    ifName

    Specifies an interface name.

    ttlCheckFlag

    Specifies whether a device is enabled to check the TTL value in received VRRP packets. If the TTL value is not 255, the packets are discarded. By default, a device is enabled to check the TTL value in received VRRP packets.

    sendModeAll

    Specifies that VRRP packets are sent to all sub-VLANs of a super VLAN.

    sendSubVlanId

    Specifies a sub-VLAN to which VRRP packets are sent. The default value is 0, indicating that VRRP packets are sent to an active sub-VLAN with the smallest ID. This element is configured for a super VLAN interface only.

    recoverDelay

    Specifies the recovery delay, in seconds. After a recovery delay is configured, a VRRP backup group responds to an interface Up event after the configured recovery delay. The default recovery delay is 0s. Configuring a recovery delay helps suppress interface status flapping.

    Table 27-7describes status codes in responses.

    Table 27-7 Status codes

    Status Code

    Description

    200 OK

    The operation succeeded.

    400 Bad Request

    The request operation failed because the request is incorrect in syntax or the information attribute in the request is incorrect.

    500 Internal Server Error

    The request operation failed because of internal errors in services or unidentified processing errors.

Modify VRRP Interface Configurations

Operation

URI

Description

PUT

/vrrp/interfaces/interface

Modify VRRP interface configurations, including the TTL value and recovery delay.

  • Request example
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
    <interface> 
        <ifName>10GE1/0/1</ifName> 
        <sendModeAll>false</sendModeAll>
        <recoverDelay>2</recoverDelay> 
    </interface>

    Table 27-8describes elements in requests.

    Table 27-8 Elements

    Element

    Description

    ifName

    Specifies an interface name.

    ttlCheckFlag

    Specifies whether a device is enabled to check the TTL value in received VRRP packets. If the TTL value is not 255, the packets are discarded. By default, a device is enabled to check the TTL value in received VRRP packets.

    sendModeAll

    Specifies that VRRP packets are sent to all sub-VLANs of a super VLAN.

    recoverDelay

    Specifies the recovery delay, in seconds. After a recovery delay is configured, a VRRP backup group responds to an interface Up event after the configured recovery delay. The default recovery delay is 0s. Configuring a recovery delay helps suppress interface status flapping.

  • Response example (XML format)
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
    <ok/>

    Table 27-9describes status codes in responses.

    Table 27-9 Status codes

    Status Code

    Description

    200 OK

    The operation succeeded.

    400 Bad Request

    The request operation failed because the request is incorrect in syntax or the information attribute in the request is incorrect.

    500 Internal Server Error

    The request operation failed because of internal errors in services or unidentified processing errors.

Query VRRP Interface Packet Statistics

Operation

URI

Description

GET

/vrrp/interfaces/interface

Query VRRP interface packet statistics, including the number of packets with an incorrect IP protocol number and the number of packets with an incorrect destination IP address.

  • Request example
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
    <interface> 
        <ifName>10GE1/0/1</ifName> 
        <vrrpIfStatistics> 
            <ipProtocolErrors></ipProtocolErrors> 
            <destinationIpErrors></destinationIpErrors> 
            <checksumErrors></checksumErrors> 
            <versionErrors></versionErrors> 
            <vrrpIdErrors></vrrpIdErrors> 
        </vrrpIfStatistics> 
    </interface>

    Table 27-10describes elements in requests.

    Table 27-10 Elements

    Element

    Description

    ifName

    Specifies an interface name.

    ipProtocolErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an incorrect IP protocol number.

    destinationIpErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an incorrect destination IP address.

    checksumErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an invalid checksum.

    versionErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an unknown or unsupported version number.

    vrrpIdErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an invalid VRRP backup group ID.

  • Response example (XML format)
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
    <interface> 
        <ifName>10GE1/0/1</ifName> 
        <vrrpIfStatistics> 
            <ipProtocolErrors>0</ipProtocolErrors> 
            <destinationIpErrors>0</destinationIpErrors> 
            <checksumErrors>0</checksumErrors> 
            <versionErrors>0</versionErrors> 
            <vrrpIdErrors>0</vrrpIdErrors> 
        </vrrpIfStatistics> 
    </interface>

    Table 27-11describes elements in responses.

    Table 27-11 Elements

    Element

    Description

    ifName

    Specifies an interface name.

    ipProtocolErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an incorrect IP protocol number.

    destinationIpErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an incorrect destination IP address.

    checksumErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an invalid checksum.

    versionErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an unknown or unsupported version number.

    vrrpIdErrors

    Specifies the number of packets with an invalid VRRP backup group ID.

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