vrrp-a common

HA VRRP-A Global Commands

common Specification

Type Configuration Resource
Element Name common
Element URI /axapi/v3/vrrp-a/common
Element Attributes common_attributes
Schema common schema

Operations Allowed:

Operation Method URI Payload

Create Object

POST

/axapi/v3/vrrp-a/common

common Attributes

Get Object

GET

/axapi/v3/vrrp-a/common

common Attributes

Modify Object

POST

/axapi/v3/vrrp-a/common

common Attributes

Replace Object

PUT

/axapi/v3/vrrp-a/common

common Attributes

Delete Object

DELETE

/axapi/v3/vrrp-a/common

common Attributes

common Attributes

action

Description: ‘enable’: enable vrrp-a; ‘disable’: disable vrrp-a;

Type: string

Supported Values: enable, disable

Default: disable

arp-retry

Description: Specifies the number of additional IPv4 gratuitous ARPs or ICMPv6 neighbor advertisements, in addition to the first one, an ACOS device sends after transitioning from Standby to Active in a VRRP-A configuration.

Type: number

Range: 1-255

Default: 4

dead-timer

Description: Specifies the number of hello intervals during which a backup device will wait for a hello message from the active device. If this value expires, the standby ACOS device fails over to become the Active ACOS device.

Type: number

Range: 2-255

Default: 5

device-id

Description: Unique ID for each VRRP-A box (Device-id number)

Type: number

disable-default-vrid

Description: Enables or disables the default VRID on the shared partition. If disabled, you an use the default VRID in the shared partition and all private partitions.

Type: boolean

Supported Values: true, false, 1, 0

Default: 0

forward-l4-packet-on-standby

Description: Enables Layer 2/3 forwarding of Layer 4 traffic on the Standby ACOS device

Type: boolean

Supported Values: true, false, 1, 0

Default: 0

hello-interval

Description: Specifies the number of milliseconds (ms) between each VRRP-A hello message the active device sends to the backup devices.

Type: number

Range: 1-255

Default: 2

hostid-append-to-vrid

Description: hostid-append-to-vrid is a JSON Block . Please see below for hostid-append-to-vrid

Type: Object

inline-mode-cfg

Description: inline-mode-cfg is a JSON Block . Please see below for inline-mode-cfg

Type: Object

preemption-delay

Description: Specifies the number of milliseconds (ms) to wait before beginning failover in response to configuration changes.

Type: number

Range: 1-255

Default: 60

restart-time

Description: Time between restarting ports on standby system after transition

Type: number

Range: 1-100

Default: 20

set-id

Description: Indicates a set ID number for the VRRP-A domain. All devices that provide backup for a given VRID must belong to the same VRRP-A set.

Type: number

Range: 1-15

track-event-delay

Description: Specifies the duration of milliseconds (ms) waited by the ACOS device before beginning failover in response to priority changes. The track event delay helps avoid unnecessary failovers caused by brief, temporary network changes.

Type: number

Range: 1-100

Default: 30

uuid

Description: uuid of the object

Type: string

hostid-append-to-vrid

Specification
Type object

hostid-append-to-vrid-default

Description: hostid append to vrid default

Type: boolean

Supported Values: true, false, 1, 0

Default: 0

Mutual Exclusion: hostid-append-to-vrid-default and hostid-append-to-vrid-value are mutually exclusive

hostid-append-to-vrid-value

Description: hostid append to vrid num

Type: number

Range: 1-31

Mutual Exclusion: hostid-append-to-vrid-value and hostid-append-to-vrid-default are mutually exclusive

inline-mode-cfg

Specification
Type object

inline-mode

Description: Enable Layer 2 Inline Hot Standby Mode

Type: boolean

Supported Values: true, false, 1, 0

Default: 0

preferred-port

Description: Preferred ethernet Port

Type: number

Format: interface

Mutual Exclusion: preferred-port and preferred-trunk are mutually exclusive

preferred-trunk

Description: Preferred trunk Port

Type: number

Format: interface

Mutual Exclusion: preferred-trunk and preferred-port are mutually exclusive