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request device

request device—Add or delete a vEdge router chassis number on the vBond orchestrator that is acting as a ZTP server.

Command Syntax

request device add chassis-number number strong>serial-numbernumber validity [invalid | valid] vbond ip-address org-name name [port port-number] [enterprise-root-ca path]
request device delete chassis-number number

Options

Chassis Number
chassis-number number
vEdge router chassis number.
Device Validity
validity [invalid | valid]
Whether the vEdge router is allowed to join the overlay network (valid) or is not allowed (invalid).
Enterprise Root CA
enterprise-root-capath
Path to the enterprise root CA. The path can be an HTTP, FTP, or TFTP path.
Organization Name
org-name name
Name of your organization as specified in the device certificates.
Port on the vBond Orchestrator
port port-number
Port to use on the vBond orchestrator to reach the WAN network.
Serial Number
serial-number number
vEdge router serial number.

Output Fields

The output fields are self-explanatory.

Example Output

vBond# request device add chassis-number 12345 serial-number 6789 validity valid vbond 10.1.14.1 org-name viptela
Adding Chassis number 12345 to the database
Successfully added the chassis-number

Creating Serial file ..
Uploading serial numbers via VPN 0
Copying ... /home/admin/vedge_serial_entries via VPN 0
Successfully loaded the vEdge serial numbers
vBond# show ztp entries 

                                                                  ROOT     
       CHASSIS  SERIAL                       VBOND  ORGANIZATION  CERT     
INDEX  NUMBER   NUMBER  VALIDITY  VBOND IP   PORT   NAME          PATH     
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      12345    6789    valid     10.1.14.1  12346  viptela       default 

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 14.3.

Additional Information

request device-upload
show ztp entries

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