ip nhrp trigger-svc — interface
ip nhrp trigger-svc
trigger-threshold teardown-thresholdno ip nhrp trigger-svc
The thresholds for building an SVC based on traffic rates
Trigger threshold, 1 Kbps; teardown threshold, 0 Kbps
This command sets the thresholds for traffic rates that define when an SVC is built or destroyed. The
trigger-threshold is the average traffic rate at (or above) which NHRP will create an SVC for a destination. The
teardown-threshold is the traffic rate at (or below) which NHRP will tear down an SVC. Both parameters are in Kbps; they are calculated during the load interval.
The load interval is the length of time over which the router calculates the interface’s throughput for comparison with the trigger and teardown thresholds. It is always a multiple of 30 seconds and is set by the
ip cef traffic-statistics command.