backup disable never
xconnect group Xconns
neighbor ipv4 18.104.22.168 pw-id 1
backup neighbor 22.214.171.124 pw-id 2
The explanation of the command "initial-delay"
apply-group Apply configuration from a group
apply-group-append Append apply-group configuration from a group
apply-group-remove Remove a group from apply-group configuration
clear Clear the uncommitted configuration
commit Commit the configuration changes to running
describe Describe a command without taking real actions
do Run an exec command
exclude-group Exclude apply-group configuration from a group
exclude-item Negate a command or set its defaults
exit Exit from this submode
initial-delay Initial delay before activating the redundant PW
no Negate a command or set its defaults
one-way Force one-way PW redundancy behavior in Redundancy Group
pwd Commands used to reach current submode
root Exit to the global configuration mode
show Show contents of configuration
In my understanding "Initial delay before activating the redundant PW" means that when the primary PW goes down there will be a delay before activating the backup PW. After doing a lab on VIRL with IOSXRv and IOSXR9000v the backup PW comes up immediately when the primary is detected as down. Have i got this wrong?
After scouring cisco.com and the internet in general I found no documentation (???) elaborating what the command actually does. Can anyone shed some light?
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