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Sun Ethernet Fabric Operating System

OSPFv3 Administration Guide

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Document Information

Using This Documentation

Product Notes

Related Documentation

Acronyms and Abbreviations

CLI Command Modes


Support and Accessibility

OSPFv3 Overview

Protocol Description

OSPFv3 Topologies

Configuration and Testing Topologies

IPv6 Example Topology Interface and Host Addresses

OSPFv3 Configurations

Default Configuration Values


Creating the Base Configuration

Access Global Configuration Mode

Access Interface Configuration Mode

Enabling IPv6 Support and Assigning IPv6 Addresses

Enable IPv6

Disable IPv6

Delete an IPv6 Address

Configuring IPv6 Static Routes

Configure Static Routes

Delete a Static Route

Creating the Base Configuration for Example Topologies

Configure SEFOS1

Configure SEFOS2

Configure SEFOS3

Configure SEFOS4

Configure SEFOS5

Configure SEFOS6

Configure SEFOS7

Configure SEFOS8

Configure SEFOS9

Configuring OSPFv3 Features

OSPFv3 Features

Configuring Basic OSPFv3

Enable OSPFv3

Disable OSPFv3

Creating an OSPFv3 Interface

Configure an OSPFv3 Interface

Configuring Neighbors

Configure an OSPFv3 Neighbor

Configuring OSPFv3 Interface Parameters

OSPFv3 Interface Parameters

Configure Interface Priority

Restore the Default Interface Priority

Configure the Retransmission Interval

Restore the Default Retransmission Value

Configure Transmission Delay

Restore the Default Transmission Delay

Configure the Hello Interval

Restore the Default Hello Interval

Configure the Dead Interval

Restore the Default Dead Interval

Configure the Network Type

Restore the Default OSPF Network Type

Configure the Interface Cost

Restore the Default Interface Cost

Configuring a Demand Circuit

Enable a Demand Circuit

Remove the Demand Circuit Setting

Enable Neighbor Probing on a Demand Circuit

Remove Neighbor Probing on a Demand Circuit

Configuring Neighbor Probe Values

Configure the Neighbor Probe Retransmission Limit

Restore the Default Neighbor Probe Retransmission Limit

Configure the Neighbor Probe Interval

Restore the Default Neighbor Probe Interval

Configuring a Passive Interface

Configure All Interfaces To Be Passive

Configure Specified Interfaces To Be Passive

Restore the Default Routing Updates

Configuring Route Redistribution

Configure an ASBR Router

Disable the ASBR Router

Configure Route Redistribution

Disable Route Redistribution

Configure the Stub Area, ASBR, and Route Distribution

Configuring Attributes for Redistributed Routes

Configure Redistributed Route Attributes

Delete Redistributed Route Attributes

Configuring the Redistribution of Routes

Configure Route Redistribution

Restore the Default Redistribution Configuration

Configuring Area Route Summarization

Area Route Overview

Configure Address Range Aggregation

Disable an Address Range

Configure an Internal Address Range

Disable an Internal Address Range

Configuring a Stub Area

Configure a Stub Area

Convert a Stub Area to a Normal Area

Configure a Default Summary Route for a Stub Area

Configure the Default Summary Route Cost for a Stub Area

Configuring an NSSA

Configure the Stability Interval for NSSA

Restore the Default Stability Interval

Configure an NSSA Translation Role

Restore the Default Translation Role

Configure Default Summary Route for an NSSA

Configure the Metric Type for an NSSA

Configuring the Capability in an NSSA Internal Border Router

Configure NSSA Type-7/-5 Conversion

Configuring Virtual Links

Configure a Virtual Link

Delete a Virtual Link

Configure Virtual Link and Route Summarization

Configuring External Database Limit

Configure the External Database Limit

Restore the Default External Database Limit

Configuring the Overflow Exit Interval

Configure the Overflow Exit Interval

Configuring a Demand Extension

Disable a Demand Extension

Re-Enable Demand Extensions

Configuring the Host

Configure the Host

Test the Host

Configuring Route Calculation SPF Timers

Configure SPF Timers

Restore the Default Delay Time

Configure the Stability Interval for NSSA

The stability interval is used when an elected translator determines that its services are no longer required and the translator continues its translation duties for additional time.

This example configures area to be an NSSA with the stability interval set to 120 seconds.

  1. Enter Global Configuration mode in SEFOS1.
    SEFOS# configure terminal
  2. Enable OSPF globally in SEFOS1.
    SEFOS(config)# ipv6 router ospf
  3. Configure the OSPF router ID.
    SEFOS(config-router)# router-id
  4. Configure the ASBR router status.
    SEFOS(config-router)# asbr router
  5. Configure an area as an NSSA.
    SEFOS(config-router)# area nssa
  6. Configure the stability interval for the NSSA area.
    SEFOS(config-router)# area stability-interval 120
  7. Ensure that the stability interval is correct.
    SEFOS# show ipv6 ospf areas
    AreaId:                 Area Type: NORMAL AREA
    Spf Calculation: 12 (times)     Area Bdr Rtr Count: 0
    As Bdr Rtr Count: 0             Area Summary: Send Summary
    AreaId:                 Area Type: NSS AREA
    Spf Calculation: 12 (times)     Area Bdr Rtr Count: 0
    As Bdr Rtr Count: 0             Area Summary: Send Summary
    Stub Metric: 0x1                Stub Metric Type: 2
    Translator Role: Candidate      Translator State: Elected/Enabled
    Nssa Stability Interval: 120