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Example: bundle of ethernet port

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hostname r1
vrf def v1
 rd 1:1
bundle 1
int eth1
 bundle-gr 1
int bun1
 vrf for v1
 ipv4 addr
 ipv6 addr 1234::1 ffff::


hostname r2
vrf def v1
 rd 1:1
int eth1
 vrf for v1
 ipv4 addr
 ipv6 addr 1234::2 ffff::
r1 tping 100 5 vrf v1
r2 tping 100 5 vrf v1
r1 tping 100 5 1234::2 vrf v1
r2 tping 100 5 1234::1 vrf v1
r1 output show bundle 1
r1 output show inter bun1 full
r1 output show ipv4 arp bun1
r1 output show ipv6 neigh bun1
output ../binTmp/conn-bundle.html
<html><body bgcolor="#000000" text="#FFFFFF" link="#00FFFF" vlink="#00FFFF" alink="#00FFFF">
here is the bundle:
here is the interface:
here is the arp:
here are the neighbors:
  1. Install ContainerLab as described here
  2. Fetch conn-bundle01 file
  3. Launch ContainerLab conn-bundle01.yml topology:

   containerlab deploy --topo conn-bundle01.yml  
4. Destroy ContainerLab conn-bundle01.yml topology:

   containerlab destroy --topo conn-bundle01.yml  
5. Copy-paste configuration for each node in the lab topology

  1. Fetch or compile freeRtr rtr.jar file.
    You can grab it here
  2. Fetch conn-bundle01.tst file here
  3. Launch conn-bundle01.tst test:

   java -jar ../../rtr.jar test tester conn-bundle01 path ./ temp ./ wait
4. Destroy freeRtr conn-bundle01.tst test:

   Ctrl-C (In freeRtr test window)