When the ip netstream mpls-aware ip-only Command Is Configured

Created Apr 11, 2017 08:56:03Latest reply Apr 12, 2017 08:48:35 819 1 0 0
When the ip netstream mpls-aware ip-only Command Is Configured, the Message "Error: Please disable mpls-label aggregation first." Is Prompted. Why?
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Adamcolob     Created Apr 12, 2017 08:48:35 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Running the ip netstream mpls-aware command configures the sampling mode for MPLS packets. On an MPLS network, the MPLS label carries important information that users are concerned about. If the ip netstream mpls-aware command is not configured, the device only collects IP information carried in the inner MPLS packets.

Running the ip netstream aggregation command enables the NetStream aggregation mode. In NetStream aggregation mode, packets are classified based on six key values of NetStream flows, that is, the first layer label, second layer label, third layer label, TopLabelIpAddress, stack bottom symbol of the first layer label, and the EXP value of the first layer label.

When the sampling mode of MPLS packets is set to ip-only, you cannot enable MPLS-label aggregation.
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