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High availability overview
Availability requirements
Availability evaluation
High availability technologies
Fault detection technologies
Protection switchover technologies
Configuring Ethernet OAM
Ethernet OAM overview
Major functions of Ethernet OAM
Ethernet OAMPDUs
How Ethernet OAM works
Standards and protocols
Ethernet OAM configuration task list
Configuring basic Ethernet OAM functions
Configuring the Ethernet OAM connection detection timers
Configuring link monitoring
Configuring errored symbol event detection
Configuring errored frame event detection
Configuring errored frame period event detection
Configuring errored frame seconds event detection
Configuring Ethernet OAM remote loopback
Enabling Ethernet OAM remote loopback
Rejecting the Ethernet OAM remote loopback request from a remote port
Displaying and maintaining Ethernet OAM configuration
Ethernet OAM configuration example
Configuring CFD
Overview
Basic CFD concepts
CFD functions
Protocols and standards
CFD configuration task list
Configuring basic CFD settings
Enabling CFD
Configuring the CFD protocol version
Configuring service instances
Configuring MEPs
Configuring MIP generation rules
Configuring CFD functions
Configuration prerequisites
Configuring CC on MEPs
Configuring LB on MEPs
Configuring LT on MEPs
Configuring AIS
Configuring LM
Configuring one-way DM
Configuring two-way DM
Configuring TST
Displaying and maintaining CFD
CFD configuration example
Configuring DLDP
DLDP overview
Background
How DLDP works
DLDP configuration task list
Configuring the duplex mode and speed of an Ethernet interface
Enabling DLDP
Setting DLDP mode
Setting the interval to send advertisement packets
Setting the delaydown timer
Setting the port shutdown mode
Configuring DLDP authentication
Resetting DLDP state
Displaying and maintaining DLDP
DLDP configuration examples
Automatically shutting down unidirectional links
Manually shutting down unidirectional links
Troubleshooting DLDP
Configuring RRPP
RRPP overview
Background
Basic concepts in RRPP
RRPPDUS
RRPP timers
How RRPP works
Typical RRPP networking
Protocols and standards
RRPP configuration task list
Creating an RRPP domain
Configuring control VLANs
Configuration guidelines
Configuration procedure
Configuring protected VLANs
Configuring RRPP rings
Configuring RRPP ports
Configuring RRPP nodes
Activating an RRPP domain
Configuring RRPP timers
Configuring RRPP fast detection
Enabling fast detection
Configuring fast detection timers
Configuring an RRPP ring group
Configuration restrictions and guidelines
Configuration procedure
Displaying and maintaining RRPP
RRPP configuration examples
Single ring configuration example
Intersecting ring configuration example
Dual homed rings configuration example
Intersecting-ring load balancing configuration example
Fast detection configuration example
Troubleshooting
Configuring Smart Link
Smart Link overview
Background
Terminology
How Smart Link works
Smart Link collaboration mechanisms
Smart Link configuration task list
Configuring a Smart Link device
Configuration prerequisites
Configuring protected VLANs for a smart link group
Configuring member ports for a smart link group
Configuring role preemption for a smart link group
Enabling the sending of flush messages
Configuring the collaboration between Smart Link and CC of CFD
Configuring an associated device
Configuration prerequisites
Enabling the receiving of flush messages
Displaying and maintaining Smart Link
Smart Link configuration examples
Single smart link group configuration example
Multiple smart link groups load sharing configuration example
Smart Link and CFD collaboration configuration example
Configuring Monitor Link
Monitor Link overview
Terminology
How Monitor Link works
Configuring Monitor Link
Configuration prerequisites
Creating a monitor link group
Configuring monitor link group member ports
Displaying and maintaining Monitor Link
Monitor Link configuration example
Configuring VRRP
VRRP overview
VRRP standard protocol mode
Introduction to VRRP group
VRRP timers
Packet format
Principles of VRRP
VRRP tracking
VRRP application (taking IPv4-based VRRP for example)
VRRP load balancing mode
Overview
Assigning virtual MAC addresses
Virtual forwarder
Packet types
Configuring VRRP for IPv4
VRRP for IPv4 configuration task list
Configuring a VRRP operation mode
Specifying the type of MAC addresses mapped to virtual IP addresses
Creating a VRRP group and configuring virtual IP address
Configuring router priority, preemptive mode and tracking function
Configuring VF tracking
Configuring VRRP packet attributes
Enabling the trap function for VRRP
Displaying and maintaining VRRP for IPv4
Configuring VRRP for IPv6
VRRP for IPv6 configuration task list
Specifying the type of MAC addresses mapped to virtual IPv6 addresses
Creating a VRRP group and configuring a virtual IPv6 address
Configuring router priority, preemptive mode and tracking function
Configuring VF tracking
Configuring VRRP packet attributes
Displaying and maintaining VRRP for IPv6
IPv4-based VRRP configuration examples
Single VRRP group configuration example
VRRP interface tracking configuration example
VRRP with multiple VLANs configuration example
VRRP load balancing mode configuration example
IPv6-based VRRP configuration examples
Single VRRP group configuration example
VRRP interface tracking configuration example
VRRP with multiple VLANs configuration example
VRRP load balancing mode configuration example
Troubleshooting VRRP
The screen frequently displays error prompts.
Multiple masters are present in the same VRRP group.
Frequent VRRP state transition.
Configuring stateful failover
Stateful failover overview
Operating procedure
Stateful failover states
Introduction to stateful failover configuration
Enabling stateful failover
Configuring the backup VLAN
Displaying and maintaining stateful failover
Stateful failover configuration example
Configuration guidelines
Configuring BFD
BFD overview
How BFD works
BFD packet format
Supported features
Protocols and standards
Configuring BFD basic functions
Configuration prerequisites
Configuration procedure
Displaying and maintaining BFD
Configuring track
Track overview
Introduction to collaboration
Collaboration fundamentals
Collaboration application example
Track configuration task list
Associating the track module with a detection module
Associating track with NQA
Associating track with BFD
Associating track with interface management
Associating the track module with an application module
Associating track with VRRP
Associating track with static routing
Associating track with PBR
Displaying and maintaining track entries
Track configuration examples
VRRP-track-NQA collaboration configuration example (the master monitors the uplink)
Configuring BFD for a VRRP backup to monitor the master
Configuring BFD for the VRRP master to monitor the uplinks
Static routing-track-NQA collaboration configuration example
Static routing-Track-BFD collaboration configuration example
VRRP-track-interface management collaboration configuration example (the master monitors the uplink interface)
Support and other resources
Contacting HP
Subscription service
Related information
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Conventions