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IP-NEXTHOP(8)                       Linux                      IP-NEXTHOP(8)

NAME         top

       ip-nexthop - nexthop object management

SYNOPSIS         top

       ip [ ip-OPTIONS ] nexthop  { COMMAND | help }

       ip nexthop { show | flush } SELECTOR

       ip nexthop { add | replace } id ID NH

       ip nexthop { get | del } id ID

       SELECTOR := [ id ID ] [ dev DEV ] [ vrf NAME ] [ master DEV ] [
               groups ]

       NH := { blackhole | [ via ADDRESS ] [ dev DEV ] [ onlink ] [ encap
               ENCAP ] | group GROUP }

       ENCAP := [ ENCAP_MPLS ]

       ENCAP_MPLS := mpls [ LABEL ] [ ttl TTL ]

       GROUP := id[,weight[/...]

DESCRIPTION         top

       ip nexthop is used to manipulate entries in the kernel's nexthop
       tables.

       ip nexthop add id ID
              add new nexthop entry

       ip nexthop replace id ID
              change the configuration of a nexthop or add new one

              via [ FAMILY ] ADDRESS
                     the address of the nexthop router, in the address
                     family FAMILY.  Address family must match address
                     family of nexthop instance.

              dev NAME
                     is the output device.

              onlink pretend that the nexthop is directly attached to this
                     link, even if it does not match any interface prefix.

              encap ENCAPTYPE ENCAPHDR
                     attach tunnel encapsulation attributes to this route.

                     ENCAPTYPE is a string specifying the supported
                     encapsulation type. Namely:

                             mpls - encapsulation type MPLS

                     ENCAPHDR is a set of encapsulation attributes specific
                     to the ENCAPTYPE.

                             mpls
                               MPLSLABEL - mpls label stack with labels
                               separated by /

                               ttl TTL - TTL to use for MPLS header or 0 to
                               inherit from IP header

              group GROUP
                     create a nexthop group. Group specification is id with
                     an optional weight (id,weight) and a '/' as a separator
                     between entries.

              blackhole
                     create a blackhole nexthop

       ip nexthop delete id ID
              delete nexthop with given id.

       ip nexthop show
              show the contents of the nexthop table or the nexthops
              selected by some criteria.

              dev DEV
                     show the nexthops using the given device.

              vrf NAME
                     show the nexthops using devices associated with the vrf
                     name

              master DEV
                     show the nexthops using devices enslaved to given
                     master device

              groups show only nexthop groups

       ip nexthop flush
              flushes nexthops selected by some criteria. Criteria options
              are the same as show.

       ip nexthop get id ID
              get a single nexthop by id

EXAMPLES         top

       ip nexthop ls
           Show all nexthop entries in the kernel.

       ip nexthop add id 1 via 192.168.1.1 dev eth0
           Adds an IPv4 nexthop with id 1 using the gateway 192.168.1.1 out
           device eth0.

       ip nexthop add id 2 encap mpls 200/300 via 10.1.1.1 dev eth0
           Adds an IPv4 nexthop with mpls encapsulation attributes attached
           to it.

       ip nexthop add id 3 group 1/2
           Adds a nexthop with id 3. The nexthop is a group using nexthops
           with ids 1 and 2 at equal weight.

       ip nexthop add id 4 group 1,5/2,11
           Adds a nexthop with id 4. The nexthop is a group using nexthops
           with ids 1 and 2 with nexthop 1 at weight 5 and nexthop 2 at
           weight 11.

SEE ALSO         top

       ip(8)

AUTHOR         top

       Original Manpage by David Ahern <dsahern@kernel.org>

COLOPHON         top

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iproute2                         30 May 2019                   IP-NEXTHOP(8)