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request control-tunnel add

request control-tunnel add—Create a temporary tunnel to use when debugging a failed control connection (on vEdge routers only). One case when you might want to create a temporary tunnel is when a control connection fails to come up because of firewall rules or NAT issues. The Viptela software's forwarding process drops failed connections, so creating a temporary one allows you to triage the problem.

Command Syntax

request control-tunnel add local-private-ip ip-address local-private-port port-number remote-public-ip ip-address remote-public-port port-number

Options

Local Private IP Address and Port Number
local-private-ip ip-address local-private-port port-number
Private IP address and port number for the local side of the tunnel connection. port-number can be a value from 0 through 65535.
Remote Public IP Address and Port Number
remote-public-ip ip-address remote-public-port port-number
Public IP address and port number for the remote side of the tunnel connection. port-number can be a value from 0 through 65535.

Output Fields

None

Example Output

vEdge# request control-tunnel add local-private-ip 10.1.14.14 
Value for 'local-private-port' (<0..65535>): 22234                                                                           
Value for 'remote-public-ip' (<IP address>): 10.0.12.20
Value for 'remote-public-port' (<0..65535>): 23456
vEdge#

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 16.1.

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