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CLI Reference

config system vdom-link

Use this command to create VDOM links and configure its link type. By default, VDOM links are created as ethernet links. The link type can't be changed after it has been created. To set a VDOM link type to point-to-point (ppp), it needs to be created in the CLI.

This command will automatically create a VDOM-link pair in the system interface. However, by default, these VDOM links will not be assigned an IP address or allowaccess options, so you would not be able to route traffic between the VDOM links until these settings are configured in the system interface.

Inter-VDOM routing is only available for these classic scenarios: static route, PBR, L4 SLB, L7 SLB and NAT. It is currently not supported in IPv6 related configurations.

Syntax

config global

config system vdom-link

edit <vdom-link-name>

set type {ethernet|ppp}

next

end

end

type

Specify the VDOM link type from the following:

  • ppp

  • ethernet

config system vdom-link

Use this command to create VDOM links and configure its link type. By default, VDOM links are created as ethernet links. The link type can't be changed after it has been created. To set a VDOM link type to point-to-point (ppp), it needs to be created in the CLI.

This command will automatically create a VDOM-link pair in the system interface. However, by default, these VDOM links will not be assigned an IP address or allowaccess options, so you would not be able to route traffic between the VDOM links until these settings are configured in the system interface.

Inter-VDOM routing is only available for these classic scenarios: static route, PBR, L4 SLB, L7 SLB and NAT. It is currently not supported in IPv6 related configurations.

Syntax

config global

config system vdom-link

edit <vdom-link-name>

set type {ethernet|ppp}

next

end

end

type

Specify the VDOM link type from the following:

  • ppp

  • ethernet