MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 13 (Juniper Configuration Samples)

Node-Link Protection Configuration

[edit]
user@R1# edit protocols mpls label-switched-path lsp-path-name
[edit]
user@R1# edit protocols mpls label-switched-path lsp2-A-to-B

To configure node-link protection for the LSP…

[edit protocols mpls label-switched-path lsp-path-name]
user@R1# set node-link-protection

To configure link protection for the interface…

[edit protocols]
user@R1# edit protocols rsvp interface interface-name
[edit protocols]
user@R1# edit protocols rsvp interface fe-1/1/1

To configure link protection…

[edit protocols rsvp interface interface-name]
user@R1# set link-protection

To verify…

[edit protocols rsvp interface interface-name]
user@R1# show

To commit…

user@R1# commit

==> Repeat first 2 steps on any other ingress routers that have LSPs requiring use of the bypass path.

==> Repeat following 2 steps on routers with outgoing interfaces in the LSP.

[edit protocols mpls label-switched-path lsp2-A-to-B]
user@R1# up
[edit protocols mpls]
user@R1# show 
label-switched-path lsp2-A-to-B  { #Label-switched-path level of the hierarchy 
     to 1.1.1.1;
     node-link-protection; #LSP node-link protection
[edit protocols rsvp]
user@R1# show 
interface fe-1/1/1.0 {
     link-protection; #Link protection for the RSVP interface
}

You can check the other parts of these MPLS Protection and Restoration Article series below.

MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 1
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 2 (End-to-End Protection, Secondary Paths)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 3 (Path Diversity in Secondary Paths)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 4 (Local Protection, Fast Reroute)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 5 (Fast Reroute Protection Types)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 6 (RSVP Objects Used for MPLS Fast Reroute)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 7 (Verification Commands on Alcatel-Lucent Routers)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 8 (Actions After the Failure)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 9 (Convergence Factors)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 10 (Juniper Configuration Samples)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 11 (Juniper Configuration Samples)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 12 (Juniper Configuration Samples)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 13 (Juniper Configuration Samples)


…YOU CAN REACH ALL THE “MPLS” ARTICLES AND CONFIGURATIONS BELOW…

MPLS Basics
What is MPLS?
Enabling MPLS on Cisco Router

MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 1
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 2
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 3 (Configuration on ALU)
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 4 (ECMP)
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 5 (Export and Import Policy, Prefix Aggregation)
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 6 (T-LDP)
MPLS Label Distribution Protocol, LDP – Part 7 (CR-LDP)

MPLS, RSVP-TE
MPLS, RSVP-TE – Part 1
MPLS, RSVP-TE – Part 2(Alcatel-Lucent Configuration)

MPLS Protection And Restoration
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 1
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 2 (End-to-End Protection, Secondary Paths)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 3 (Path Diversity in Secondary Paths)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 4 (Local Protection, Fast Reroute)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 5 (Fast Reroute Protection Types)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 6 (RSVP Objects Used for MPLS Fast Reroute)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 7 (Verification Commands on Alcatel-Lucent Routers)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 8 (Actions After the Failure)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 9 (Convergence Factors)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 10 (Juniper Configuration Samples)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 11 (Juniper Configuration Samples)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 12 (Juniper Configuration Samples)
MPLS Protection and Restoration – Part 13 (Juniper Configuration Samples)

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