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Step
1.
Enter system view.
2.
Assign a domain ID to the
IRF fabric.
3.
Create a new VLAN
dedicated to BFD MAD.
4.
Return to system view.
5.
Enter Ethernet interface view
or interface range view.
6.
Assign the port or the range
of ports to the BFD MAD
VLAN.
7.
Return to system view.
8.
Enter VLAN interface view.
9.
Enable BFD MAD.
10.
Configure a MAD IP address
for a member on the VLAN
interface.
Command
system-view
irf domain domain-id
vlan vlan-id
quit
Enter interface range view:
Method 1:
interface range { interface-type
interface-number [ to
interface-type
interface-number ] } &<1-5>
Method 2:
interface range name name
[ interface { interface-type
interface-number [ to
interface-type
interface-number ] } &<1-5> ]
Enter Ethernet interface view:
interface interface-type
interface-number
Assign the port to the VLAN as an
access port:
port access vlan vlan-id
Assign the port to the VLAN as a
trunk port:
port trunk permit vlan vlan-id
Assign the port to the VLAN as a
hybrid port:
port hybrid vlan vlan-id { tagged |
untagged }
quit
interface vlan-interface
interface-number
mad bfd enable
mad ip address ip-address { mask |
mask-length } member member-id
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Remarks
N/A
By default, the domain ID of an
IRF fabric is 0.
The default VLAN on the device
is VLAN 1.
N/A
To assign a range of ports to the
BFD MAD VLAN, enter interface
range view.
To assign one port to the BFD
MAD VLAN, enter Ethernet
interface view.
The link type of BFD MAD ports
can be access, trunk, or hybrid.
The default link type of a port is
access.
N/A
N/A
By default, BFD MAD is
disabled.
By default, no MAD IP address is
configured on any VLAN
interface.
Repeat this step to assign a MAD
IP address to each member
device on the VLAN interface.
The MAD IP addresses identify
the member devices and must
belong to the same subnet.

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