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BFD Commit

Created: Jan 19, 2020 14:15:37Latest reply: Jan 19, 2020 14:16:28 172 1 0 0 0
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Hello team,

Why the commit command must be used each time after BFD is configured? What is the function of this command?

Thank you!

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Popeye_Wang
Admin Created Jan 19, 2020 14:16:28

Hi Sprout,

Using the commit command, you can submit configurations. The major purposes of this command are to determine whether configurations are correct and whether to submit the configurations. Before the commit command is used, no configuration or modification takes effect.

The reasons for using the commit command include:

• There are a great number of BFD configurations and some of them are mandatory. The commit command needs to be used only after all mandatory BFD configurations are performed. Then, BFD sessions can be successfully set up. If BFD configurations are incorrect or incomplete, the configurations fail and an error message is prompted when you run the commit command. For example, the system prompts "Error: The remote discriminator or the local discriminator is not configured."

• If BFD configurations are correct but the condition for setting up BFD sessions is not met (for example, the route is unreachable), BFD sessions cannot be set up after the commit command is used. Then, the system displays a prompt. After the condition is met, the system creates BFD sessions automatically.

Any further questions, let us know!

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Popeye_Wang
Popeye_Wang Admin Created Jan 19, 2020 14:16:28

Hi Sprout,

Using the commit command, you can submit configurations. The major purposes of this command are to determine whether configurations are correct and whether to submit the configurations. Before the commit command is used, no configuration or modification takes effect.

The reasons for using the commit command include:

• There are a great number of BFD configurations and some of them are mandatory. The commit command needs to be used only after all mandatory BFD configurations are performed. Then, BFD sessions can be successfully set up. If BFD configurations are incorrect or incomplete, the configurations fail and an error message is prompted when you run the commit command. For example, the system prompts "Error: The remote discriminator or the local discriminator is not configured."

• If BFD configurations are correct but the condition for setting up BFD sessions is not met (for example, the route is unreachable), BFD sessions cannot be set up after the commit command is used. Then, the system displays a prompt. After the condition is met, the system creates BFD sessions automatically.

Any further questions, let us know!

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