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Router Configuration Commands

Router Configuration Commands

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Matrix X Router Command Line Interface Reference Guide 20-1
Router Configuration Commands
This chapter describes router configuration commands, including interface configuration.
Configuring Global Router Parameters
Purpose
These commands set parameters at the global router level. These parameter settings can often be
overridden at a protocol\u2010specific level.
Commands
The commands used to configure global router parameters are listed below.
For information about...
Refer to page...
Configuring Global Router Parameters
20-1
Configuring Routing Interface Settings
20-3
Managing Router Configurations
20-16
Reviewing and Configuring ARP
20-21
Configuring Broadcast Settings
20-26
Reviewing IP Traffic and Configuring Static Routes
20-29
For information about...
Refer to page...
router id
20-2
Configuring Global Router Parameters
20-2 Router Configuration Commands
router id
This command configures the global router ID.
Syntax
router idipv4_address
no router idipv4_address
Parameters
Defaults
None.
ModeRouter Global Configuration.
Usage
Use the router id command to configure the global Router ID. The router ID configured with this

command can be overridden in BGP and OSPF.
The system\u2019s router ID is chosen at boot time as follows:
\u2022 If a router id is configured with this command, this value is used as the routeri d .
\u2022 If no router id is configured, then the lowest loopback interface IP address is used as the

router id.
\u2022 If no loopback interfaces are configured, the the lowest interface IP address is used as the

router id.
\u2022 If no interfaces are configured at boot time, then 127.0.0.1 is used as the router id.
Once a router id has been chosen by this process at boot time, the only way to change it without

rebooting the system is to use the no router id command.
It is strongly recommended that you set the router ID with the router id command, to avoid
unexpectedresults.
Example
This example sets the router ID to 1.1.1.1:
matrix-x(router-config)# router id 1.1.1.1
ipv4_address
Specifies a valid IPv4 address.
Configuring Routing Interface Settings
Matrix X Router Command Line Interface Reference Guide 20-3
Configuring Routing Interface Settings
Purpose

These router commands are used to enable routing interface configuration mode on the device, to create VLAN or loopback routing interfaces, to review the usability status of interfaces configured for IP, to set IP addresses for interfaces, and to enable interfaces for IP routing at device startup.

See the individual routing protocol chapters in this book for protocol\u2010specific interface
configuration commands.
Commands
The commands used to review and configure interface settings are listed below.
For information about...
Refer to page...
interface
20-4
show interface
20-5
show ip interface
20-6
ip address
20-7
ip proxy-arp
20-8
ip redirects
20-9
ip unreachables
20-10
mac-address
20-11
mtu
20-11
host-mobility
20-12
shutdown
20-14
no shutdown
20-15

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