This is Video #6 of our MPLS Traffic Engineering series, which is designed to help viewers gain basic understanding of MPLS Traffic Engineering and how to configure TE tunnels in Cisco routers.

In this video, we will do a lab that demonstrates how to configure MPLS LSP Attribute lists that will provide flexibility to the tunnel path options.



R1(config)#mpls traffic-eng lsp attributes ATTRIBUTENAME
Attribute List configuration commands:
  affinity      Specify attribute flags for links comprising LSP
  auto-bw       Specify automatic bandwidth configuration
  bandwidth     Specify LSP bandwidth
  exit          Exit from attribute list configuration mode
  list          Re-list all of the attribute list entries
  lockdown      Lockdown the LSP--disable reoptimization
  no            Disable a specific attribute
  priority      Specify LSP priority
  protection    Enable failure protection
  record-route  Record the route used by the LSP
R1(config)#int tun100
R1(config-if)#tunnel mpls traffic-eng path-option 1 dynamic attributes ATTRIBUTENAME
R1(config-if)#tunnel mpls traffic-eng path-option 2 explicit name PATH attributes ATTRIBUTENAME