Example 35 Configuring the Desired Bandwidth on the Tunnel Headend

interface TunnelO

ip unnumbered LoopbackO tunnel mode mpls traffic-eng tunnel destination 192.168.1.8

tunnel mpls traffic-eng path-option 10 dynamic tunnel mpls traffic-eng bandwidth kbps

Most commands that modify the behavior of a TE tunnel headend are configured on traffic engineering tunnels, as opposed to physical interfaces or in the global configuration. All the commands configured on a traffic engineering tunnel start with tunnel mpls traffic-eng. Keep this in mind as you learn more about how to configure tunnel interfaces.

You can verify the bandwidth setting on a tunnel interface using the show mpls traffic-eng tunnels tunnel-interface command. The output shown in Example 3-6 comes from a traffic engineering tunnel interface configured with tunnel mpls traffic-eng bandwidth 97.

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