Required User Level = Admin

Use the redundancy-profile command to configure an inline redundancy profile.

This command is only applied to GigaVUE‑HC3, GigaVUE‑HC2 and GigaVUE‑HC1 nodes.

Refer to inline-network to configure the alias of the redundancy profile, which must be configured prior to specifying redundancy-profile arguments.

Refer to the “Configure Gigamon Resiliency for Inline Protection” section in the GigaVUE Fabric Management Guide for details.

The redundancy-profile command has the following syntax:

redundancy-profile alias <alias>
   protection-role <primary | secondary | suspended>
   signaling-port <port ID or port alias>

The following table describes the arguments for the redundancy-profile command:



alias <alias>

Specifies the name of the redundancy profile. The alias must be unique and can contain up to 128 characters. Aliases are case-sensitive.

For example:

(config) # redundancy-profile alias RP1

protection-role <primary | secondary | suspended>

Specifies the protection role of a redundancy profile for the inline network as follows:

primary—Specifies the primary (active) protection role.
secondary—Specifies the secondary (standby) protection role.
suspended—Specifies that the protection role is on hold. When suspended, the protection role is on hold. Changing a GigaVUE node from the primary role to the suspended role can be used to manually force the secondary node to become active. The suspended role is also used when performing maintenance.

The default is suspended.

For example:

(config) # redundancy-profile alias RP1 protection-role primary

signaling-port <port ID or port alias>

Specifies the signaling port to be used to connect two GigaVUE HC Series nodes. Either a port ID or a port alias can be specified.


(config) # redundancy-profile alias RP1 signaling-port 1/1/x1

(config) # redundancy-profile alias RP1 signaling-port inNet

Related Commands

The following table summarizes other commands related to the redundancy-profile command:



Displays redundancy profile and redundancy control state for an inline network.

# show inline-network

Displays all redundancy profiles.

# show redundancy-profile

Displays a specified redundancy profile.

# show redundancy-profile alias new

Displays all redundancy profiles.

# show redundancy-profile all

Deletes a specified redundancy profile.

(config) # no redundancy-profile alias new

Deletes all redundancy profiles.

(config) # no redundancy-profile all