i Commands

i-vpls

i-vpls

Syntax

i-vpls

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id i-vpls)

Full Context

show service id i-vpls

Description

Displays I-VPLS services associated with the B-VPLS service. This command only applies when the service is a B-VPLS.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service I-VPLS information.

Output Example
*A:SetupCLI# show service id 2002 i-vpls 
================================================================
Related iVpls services for bVpls service 2002
================================================================
iVpls SvcId         Oper ISID           Admin               Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2001                122                 Up                  Down
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Entries : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:alcag1-R6#
*A:term17>show>service>id# i-vpls
===============================================================================
Related iVpls services for bVpls service 2000
===============================================================================
iVpls SvcId         Oper ISID           Admin               Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2100                2100                Up                  Up
2110                123                 Up                  Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Entries : 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:SetupCLI#

icmp

icmp

Syntax

icmp

Context

[Tree] (show>router icmp)

Full Context

show router icmp

Description

This command displays Internet Control Message Protocol version 4 (ICMP) statistics. ICMP generates error messages (for example, ICMP destination unreachable messages) to report errors during processing and other diagnostic functions.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of router ICMP statistics, and ICMP Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:cses-V93# show router icmp            
===============================================================================
Global ICMP Stats
===============================================================================
Received
Total                   : 0             Error                   : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirect                : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
TTL Expired             : 0             Source Quench           : 0
Timestamp Request       : 0             Timestamp Reply         : 0
Address Mask Request    : 0             Address Mask Reply      : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sent
Total                   : 0             Error                   : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirect                : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
TTL Expired             : 0             Source Quench           : 0          
Timestamp Request       : 0             Timestamp Reply         : 0
Address Mask Request    : 0             Address Mask Reply      : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0
===============================================================================
*A:cses-V93# show router icmp interface "sample1" 
===============================================================================
Interface ICMP Stats
===============================================================================
Interface "sample1"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Received
Total                   : 0             Error                   : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirect                : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
TTL Expired             : 0             Source Quench           : 0
Timestamp Request       : 0             Timestamp Reply         : 0
Address Mask Request    : 0             Address Mask Reply      : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0             Discarded               : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sent
Total                   : 0             Error                   : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirect                : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
TTL Expired             : 0             Source Quench           : 0          
Timestamp Request       : 0             Timestamp Reply         : 0
Address Mask Request    : 0             Address Mask Reply      : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0             Discarded               : 0
===============================================================================
Table 1. ICMP Fields

Label

Description

Total

The total number of all messages

Error

The number of error messages

Destination Unreachable

The number of message that did not reach the destination

Redirect

The number of packet redirects

Echo Request

The number of echo requests

Echo Reply

The number of echo replies

TTL Expired

The number of messages that exceeded the time to live threshold

Source Quench

The number of source quench requests (deprecated)

Timestamp Request

The number of timestamp requests (deprecated); ICMP timestamp requests are counted and dropped on ingress

Timestamp Reply

The number of timestamp replies (deprecated); sending ICMP timestamp replies is not supported, so this counter will always be 0

Address Mask Request

The number of address mask requests (deprecated)

Address Mask Reply

The number of address mask replies (deprecated)

Parameter Problem

The number of packets with a parameter problem in the IP header

Discarded

The number of messages that exceed the configured interface ICMP rate or have an expired TTL

icmp

Syntax

icmp

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam icmp)

Full Context

show test-oam icmp

Description

Commands in this context show ping-templates or ping-template detail.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

icmp

Syntax

icmp all

icmp global

icmp interface interface-name

Context

[Tree] (clear>router icmp)

Full Context

clear router icmp

Description

This command clears ICMP statistics.

Parameters

all

Clears all statistics.

global

Clears global router statistics.

interface-name

Clears ICMP statistics for the specified interface, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

icmp

Syntax

icmp

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>test-oam icmp)

Full Context

tools perform test-oam icmp

Description

Commands in this context perform test OAM ICMP functions.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

icmp-redirect-route

icmp-redirect-route

Syntax

icmp-redirect-route {all | ip-address}

Context

[Tree] (clear>router icmp-redirect-route)

Full Context

clear router icmp-redirect-route

Description

This command deletes routes created as a result of ICMP redirects received on the management interface.

Parameters

all

Clears all routes.

ip-address

Clears the routes associated with the specified IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

Platforms

All

icmp-stats

icmp-stats

Syntax

icmp-stats

icmp-stats interface {ip-int-name | ip-address | ipv6-address}

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router icmp-stats)

Full Context

tools dump router icmp-stats

Description

Commands in this context dump ICMP statistics information.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies the interface information associated with the specified IP interface name, up to 32 characters.

ip-address

Specifies the IPv4 address.

Values

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address

Specifies the IPv6 address.

Values

x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of ICMP statistics information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C>config>router>isis# /tools dump router icmp-stats 
          icmpInMsgs 18
        icmpInErrors 0
  icmpInDestUnreachs 0
     icmpInTimeExcds 0
     icmpInParmProbs 0
    icmpInSrcQuenchs 0
     icmpInRedirects 0
         icmpInEchos 7
      icmpInEchoReps 11
    icmpInTimestamps 0
 icmpInTimestampReps 0
icmpInUnsupportedType 0
     icmpInAddrMasks 0
  icmpInAddrMaskReps 0
         icmpOutMsgs 18
       icmpOutErrors 0
 icmpOutDestUnreachs 0
    icmpOutTimeExcds 0
    icmpOutParmProbs 0
   icmpOutSrcQuenchs 0
    icmpOutRedirects 0
        icmpOutEchos 11
     icmpOutEchoReps 7
   icmpOutTimestamps 0
icmpOutTimestampReps 0
    icmpOutAddrMasks 0
 icmpOutAddrMaskReps 0
     icmpOutDiscards 0

*A:Dut-C>config>router>isis# /tools dump router icmp-stats interface "system" 
          icmpInMsgs 0
        icmpInErrors 0
  icmpInDestUnreachs 0
     icmpInTimeExcds 0
     icmpInParmProbs 0
    icmpInSrcQuenchs 0
     icmpInRedirects 0
         icmpInEchos 0
      icmpInEchoReps 0
    icmpInTimestamps 0
 icmpInTimestampReps 0
icmpInUnsupportedType 0
     icmpInAddrMasks 0
  icmpInAddrMaskReps 0
         icmpOutMsgs 0
       icmpOutErrors 0
 icmpOutDestUnreachs 0
    icmpOutTimeExcds 0
    icmpOutParmProbs 0
   icmpOutSrcQuenchs 0
    icmpOutRedirects 0
        icmpOutEchos 0
     icmpOutEchoReps 0
   icmpOutTimestamps 0
icmpOutTimestampReps 0
    icmpOutAddrMasks 0
 icmpOutAddrMaskReps 0
     icmpOutDiscards 0

*A:Dut-C>config>router>isis# /tools dump router icmp-stats interface 1.1.1.3  
          icmpInMsgs 0
        icmpInErrors 0
  icmpInDestUnreachs 0
     icmpInTimeExcds 0
     icmpInParmProbs 0
    icmpInSrcQuenchs 0
     icmpInRedirects 0
         icmpInEchos 0
      icmpInEchoReps 0
    icmpInTimestamps 0
 icmpInTimestampReps 0
icmpInUnsupportedType 0
     icmpInAddrMasks 0
  icmpInAddrMaskReps 0
         icmpOutMsgs 0
       icmpOutErrors 0
 icmpOutDestUnreachs 0
    icmpOutTimeExcds 0
    icmpOutParmProbs 0
   icmpOutSrcQuenchs 0
    icmpOutRedirects 0
        icmpOutEchos 0
     icmpOutEchoReps 0
   icmpOutTimestamps 0
icmpOutTimestampReps 0
    icmpOutAddrMasks 0
 icmpOutAddrMaskReps 0

*A:Dut-C>config>router>isis# /tools dump router icmp-stats interface 3fe::1.1.1.3                 
          icmpInMsgs 0
        icmpInErrors 0
  icmpInDestUnreachs 0
     icmpInTimeExcds 0
     icmpInParmProbs 0
    icmpInSrcQuenchs 0
     icmpInRedirects 0
         icmpInEchos 0
      icmpInEchoReps 0
    icmpInTimestamps 0
 icmpInTimestampReps 0
icmpInUnsupportedType 0
     icmpInAddrMasks 0
  icmpInAddrMaskReps 0
         icmpOutMsgs 0
       icmpOutErrors 0
 icmpOutDestUnreachs 0
    icmpOutTimeExcds 0
    icmpOutParmProbs 0
   icmpOutSrcQuenchs 0
    icmpOutRedirects 0
        icmpOutEchos 0
     icmpOutEchoReps 0
   icmpOutTimestamps 0
icmpOutTimestampReps 0
    icmpOutAddrMasks 0
 icmpOutAddrMaskReps 0
     icmpOutDiscards 0
*A:Dut-C>config>router>isis#

icmp6

icmp6

Syntax

icmp6

Context

[Tree] (show>router icmp6)

Full Context

show router icmp6

Description

This command displays Internet Control Message Protocol Version 6 (ICMPv6) statistics. ICMP generates error messages (for example, ICMP destination unreachable messages) to report errors during processing and other diagnostic functions. ICMPv6 packets can be used in the neighbor discovery protocol and path MTU discovery.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of router ICMPv6 statistics, and ICMPv6 Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
A:SR-3# show router icmp6                 
===============================================================================
Global ICMPv6 Stats
===============================================================================
Received
Total                   : 0             Errors                  : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirects               : 0
Time Exceeded           : 0             Pkt Too Big             : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
Router Solicits         : 0             Router Advertisements   : 0
Neighbor Solicits       : 0             Neighbor Advertisements : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sent
Total                   : 2             Errors                  : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirects               : 0
Time Exceeded           : 0             Pkt Too Big             : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
Router Solicits         : 0             Router Advertisements   : 0
Neighbor Solicits       : 2             Neighbor Advertisements : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0             Discarded               : 0 
===============================================================================
A:SR-3#
A:SR-3# show router icmp6 interface "sample1" 
===============================================================================
Interface ICMPv6 Stats
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Interface "sample1"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Received
Total                   : 0             Errors                  : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirects               : 0
Time Exceeded           : 0             Pkt Too Big             : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
Router Solicits         : 0             Router Advertisements   : 0
Neighbor Solicits       : 0             Neighbor Advertisements : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sent
Total                   : 2             Errors                  : 0
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirects               : 0
Time Exceeded           : 0             Pkt Too Big             : 0
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0
Router Solicits         : 0             Router Advertisements   : 0
Neighbor Solicits       : 2             Neighbor Advertisements : 0
Parameter Problem       : 0             Discarded               : 0 
===============================================================================
A:SR-3#
Table 2. ICMPv6 Fields

Label

Description

Total

The total number of all messages

Destination Unreachable

The number of message that did not reach the destination

Time Exceeded

The number of messages that exceeded the time threshold

Echo Request

The number of echo requests

Router Solicits

The number of times the local router was solicited

Neighbor Solicits

The number of times the neighbor router was solicited

Errors

The number of error messages

Redirects

The number of packet redirects

Pkt Too big

The number of packets that exceed appropriate size

Echo Reply

The number of echo replies

Router Advertisements

The number of times the router advertised its location

Neighbor Advertisements

The number of times the neighbor router advertised its location

Parameter Problem

The number of packets with a parameter problem in the IP header

Discarded

The number of ICMPv6 messages that exceed the configured interface ICMPv6 rate or have an expired TTL

icmp6

Syntax

icmp6 all

icmp6 global

icmp6 interface interface-name

Context

[Tree] (clear>router icmp6)

Full Context

clear router icmp6

Description

This command clears ICMPv6 statistics.

Parameters

all

Clears all statistics.

global

Clears global router statistics.

interface-name

Clears ICMPv6 statistics for the specified interface, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

icmp6-redirect-route

icmp6-redirect-route

Syntax

icmp6-redirect-route {all | ipv6-address}

Context

[Tree] (clear>router icmp6-redirect-route)

Full Context

clear router icmp6-redirect-route

Description

This command deletes routes created as a result of ICMPv6 redirects received on the management interface.

Parameters

all

Clears all routes.

ipv6-address

Clears the routes associated with the specified IPv6 address.

Values

x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

Platforms

All

icport

icport

Syntax

icport [down] [degraded]

Context

[Tree] (show>sfm icport)

Full Context

show sfm icport

Description

This command displays SFM interconnect port information.

Parameters

down

Displays interconnect ports that are not operational.

degraded

Displays interconnect ports that are associated with fabric degradation.

Platforms

7950 XRS

id

id

Syntax

id service-id

id service-id mac-notification

id service-id macsec

id service-id mvrp vlan [detail]

id service-id vpls-group [vpls-group-id]

id service-id vpls-group vpls-group-id non-template-saps

Context

[Tree] (show>service id)

Full Context

show service id

Description

This command displays information for a particular service ID.

Platforms

All

id

Syntax

id service-id

Context

[Tree] (clear>service id)

[Tree] (clear>service>statistics id)

Full Context

clear service id

clear service statistics id

Description

This command clears the identification for a specific service.

Parameters

service-id

The ID that uniquely identifies a service.

Values

service-id: 1 to 214748364

svc-name: A string up to 64 characters.

Platforms

All

id

Syntax

id service-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>service id)

[Tree] (tools>perform>service id)

Full Context

tools dump service id

tools perform service id

Description

This command specifies a service for which service debugging tools are enabled.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the service ID.

Values

1 to 2148278386, svc-name: 64 chars max

Platforms

All

id

Syntax

id service-id

Context

[Tree] (clear>video id)

Full Context

clear video id

Description

This command clears video information pertaining to the specified service ID.

Parameters

service service-id

Specifies the service ID to clear.

Values

1 to 2148278317

svc-name — a string up to 64 characters.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-1, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-1s, 7750 SR-2s, 7750 SR-7s, 7750 SR-14s

id

Syntax

id service-id

Context

[Tree] (clear>video>statistics id)

Full Context

clear video statistics id

Description

This command clears video statistics for a particular service.

Parameters

service service-id

Specifies the service ID to clear statistics.

Values

1 to 2148278317

svc-name — a string up to 64 characters.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-1, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-1s, 7750 SR-2s, 7750 SR-7s, 7750 SR-14s

id

Syntax

id service-id

Context

[Tree] (monitor>service id)

Full Context

monitor service id

Description

This command displays statistics for a specific service, specified by the service-id, at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

The first screen displays the current statistics related to the service-id. The subsequent statistical information listed for each interval is displayed as a delta to the previous display. When the keyword rate is specified, the rate-per-second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta.

Monitor commands are similar to show commands but only statistical information displays. Monitor commands display the selected statistics according to the configured number of times at the interval specified.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the unique service identification number which identifies the service in the service domain.

Platforms

All

idle-only-msap

idle-only-msap

Syntax

idle-only-msap msap-policy-name

Context

[Tree] (clear>subscr-mgmt idle-only-msap)

Full Context

clear subscriber-mgmt idle-only-msap

Description

This command removes all idle MSAPs associated with the MSAP policy. This command only removes idle MSAPs without active subscribers. This command is considered safer than the clear>subscr-mgmt>msap-policy msap-policy-name idle-only command because in that command, the parameter idle-only is optional. Not specifying idle-only deletes MSAPs with active subscribers.

Parameters

msap-policy-name

Specifies the MSAP policy for which all associated idle MSAPs are cleared.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

if-attribute

if-attribute

Syntax

if-attribute

Context

[Tree] (show>router if-attribute)

Full Context

show router if-attribute

Description

Commands in this context display interface attribute related information.

Platforms

All

if-policy

if-policy

Syntax

if-policy [if-policy-name]

if-policy if-policy-name users

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mcac if-policy)

Full Context

show router mcac if-policy

Description

This command displays information about MCAC interface policies. Display options are:

  • no parameters: displays summary of configured MCAC interface policies in the system

  • if-policy-name: if an existing interface policy name is specified, the configuration and operational details for the specified policy are displayed

  • if-policy-name users: if user options is specified with the existing MCAC interface policy, then all instances where a given MCAC interface policy is used are listed

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MCAC interface information.

Output Example
*A:bkvm34>show>router>mcac# if-policy 
===============================================================================
Multicast CAC If-Policies
===============================================================================
If-Policy                        Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
if_poll                            test policy
if_poll2                            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If-Policies : 2
===============================================================================


*A:bkvm34>show>router>mcac# if-policy "if_poll" 
===============================================================================
Multicast CAC If-Policy
===============================================================================
If-Policy        : if_poll
Description      : test policy
Admin state      : enabled
Unconstrained BW : 100000
Pre rsvd mand BW : 10000
In use mand BW   : 0
In use opt BW    : 0
Avail mand BW   : 10000
Avail opt BW     : 90000
===============================================================================


*A:bkvm34>show>router>mcac# if-policy "if_poll"  users 
===============================================================================
Multicast CAC If-Plcy if_pol1 Application Interfaces
===============================================================================
Application       Service ID    Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP              1             redir_itf1
IGMP              1             gi_1_1
MLD               1             redir_itf1
MLD               1             gi_1_1
IGMP              2             to_B2
MLD               2             to_B2
PIM               3             to_B3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Application Interfaces : 7
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Multicast CAC If-Plcy if_pol1 Application Ports
===============================================================================
Application       Service ID    Sap/Sdp
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP-Snpg         4             Sap:lag-1:4
IGMP-Snpg         5             Sdp:22:5
IGMP-Snpg         6             Sdp:23:6
IGMP-Snpg         7             Sap:lag-1:7
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Application Ports : 4
===============================================================================

igmp

igmp

Syntax

igmp [subscriber sub-ident-string][detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>active-subscribers igmp)

Full Context

show service active-subscribers igmp

Description

This command displays active subscriber IGMP information.

Parameters

sub-ident-string

Displays the subscriber ID of the active subscriber, up to 32 characters.

detail

Displays detailed IGMP information for the specified subscriber ID.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of IGMP information for active subscribers.

Output Example
*A:eng-BNG-2# show  service active-subscribers igmp
===============================================================================
Active Subscribers
===============================================================================
Subscriber
  IGMP-Policy
  HostAddr                       GrpItf                           NumGroups
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
user_1
  igmp-policy-01
  192.168.0.14                   grp-int-01                       1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Subscribers : 1
===============================================================================

igmp

Syntax

igmp

Context

[Tree] (clear>router igmp)

Full Context

clear router igmp

Description

Commands in this context clear and reset IGMP entities.

Platforms

All

igmp

Syntax

igmp

Context

[Tree] (show>router igmp)

Full Context

show router igmp

Description

Commands in this context display IGMP related information.

Platforms

All

igmp-policy

igmp-policy

Syntax

igmp-policy

igmp-policy policy-name association

igmp-policy policy-name

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt igmp-policy)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt igmp-policy

Description

This command displays IGMP policy information and only applies to the 7750 SR.

Parameters

policy-name

Specifies an existing IGMP policy.

association

Displays the information configured with the IGMP policy.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of subscriber management IGMP policy information.

Output Example
*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt igmp-policy 
===============================================================================
IGMP Policies
===============================================================================
IGMP Policy                                                                    
  Import Policy                    Admin Version                    
Description                                                                    
  Num Subscribers                  Host Max Groups                  
  Fast Leave                                
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
pol1                                                                           
                                   3
  2                                0
  fast-leave                       
pol2                                                                           
                                   3
  0                                0
  fast-leave                       
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C# 


*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt igmp-policy "pol1" 
===============================================================================
IGMP Policy pol1
===============================================================================
Import Policy                         : 
Admin Version                         : 3
Num Subscribers                       : 2
Host Max Group                        : 0
Fast Leave                            : yes
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C#


*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt igmp-policy "pol1" association 
===============================================================================
IGMP Policy pol1 Associations
===============================================================================
sub_1                                                                          
sub_2                                                                          
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of subscriber(s): 2
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C#

IGMP Policy Field Descriptions describes subscriber management IGMP policy output fields.

Table 3. IGMP Policy Field Descriptions

Field

Description

IGMP Policy

The IGMP policy name

Import Policy

The import policy name to filter packets

Admin Version

The version of IGMP which is running for this host

Description

The user-provided description of this IGMP policy

Num Subscribers

The number of subscribers

Host Max Groups

The maximum number of groups for which IGMP can have local receiver information based on received IGMP reports for this host

Fast Leave

Whether fast leave is allowed for this host

Pol1

Information about the first reported IGMP policy

Pol2

Information about the second reported IGMP policy

Associations

The subscribers associated with the policy

igmp-snooping

igmp-snooping

Syntax

igmp-snooping

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id igmp-snooping)

Full Context

show service id igmp-snooping

Description

This command displays the Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) snooping information.

Platforms

All

igmp-snooping

Syntax

igmp-snooping

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>id igmp-snooping)

Full Context

clear service id igmp-snooping

Description

Commands in this context clear IGMP snooping-related data.

Platforms

All

ignore-sap-port-state

ignore-sap-port-state

Syntax

ignore-sap-port-state

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>service>id>interface ignore-sap-port-state)

Full Context

tools dump service id interface ignore-sap-port-state

Description

This command displays all service interfaces that have accepted an ignore-sap-port-state start command.

Run this command without a service-id to display a complete list of interfaces that have accepted an ignore-sap-port-state start command. The command can be run within a specific service-id context for a list of all interfaces for the specified service that have accepted the ignore-sap-port-state start command. The ip-int-name parameter may be optionally configured to display results only for the specified interface. If the command is run against a specific interface that has not accepted an ignore-sap-port-state start command, the display command will display a message indicating that no action has been started for the interface.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of ignore-sap-port-state information.

Output Example
tools dump service ignore-sap-port-state
===============================================================================
Interface Marked Ignore SAP Operational State
===============================================================================
SvcId      Interface-Name               Adm/Opr(v4/v6)  Type    Port/SapId
           IP-Address                                           PfxState
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1001       ies-1001                     Up/(Up/Down)    IES     1/1/1:1001.
                                                                1001
           192.168.3.30/24                                      n/a
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of entries: 1
=============================================================================== 

ignore-sap-port-state

Syntax

ignore-sap-port-state {start | stop}

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>service>id>interface ignore-sap-port-state)

Full Context

tools perform service id interface ignore-sap-port-state

Description

This command enables bypassing of the Ethernet operational state check, which would otherwise be part of the Ethernet SAP operational state checking function. All other checks are performed as normal.

This command may be run against IES and VPRN service IP interfaces directly configured over an Ethernet SAP. When the command is run against an operational Ethernet SAP, the command enters a pending state, waiting for a non-operational change. Network interfaces have no SAP association and do not support this feature. When using subscriber-interface and group-interface, the command is only applicable to the group-interface associated with the SAP. R-VPLS does not have Ethernet SAPs directly configured under the interface, and is not supported.

This command is meant to allow service validation and reachability testing when a physical Ethernet port has not been connected. The command may be run for a non-operational SAP that is cabled. However, if the SAP transitions to an operational state, ingress and egress packet processing may still occur.

This command configuration does not survive a system restart.

Parameters

start

Enables port state bypass mode for the interface. If the Ethernet port SAP is already operational, there is no immediate effect of the command, and the Ignore Port state under the show service id all command will show "pending”. However, if the interface Ethernet port transitions to a non-operational state, the command then bypasses this port state and executes the remainder of the operational checks, and the flag for the Ignore Port state transitions to "active”. When this command is in effect, the SAP represents the state of the SAP ignoring the port state.

stop

Disables port state bypass mode for the interface attached to the SAP.

Platforms

All

ike-exchange-failure-rate

ike-exchange-failure-rate

Syntax

ike-exchange-failure-rate esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

ike-exchange-failure-rate gateway name

ike-exchange-failure-rate reason reason gateway name [show-oid]

ike-exchange-failure-rate isa mda

ike-exchange-failure-rate reason reason isa mda [show-oid]

ike-exchange-failure-rate reason reason [ show-oid] esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

ike-exchange-failure-rate system

ike-exchange-failure-rate reason reason system [ show-oid]

ike-exchange-failure-rate tunnel-group tunnel-group-id [ history-stats-in-count count] [history-stats-in-min minutes] [current]

ike-exchange-failure-rate reason reason tunnel-group tunnel-group-id [history-stats-in-count count] [history-stats-in-min minutes] [ current] [show-oid]

Context

[Tree] (show>isa>stats>ipsec-stats ike-exchange-failure-rate)

Full Context

show isa statistics ipsec-stats ike-exchange-failure-rate

Description

This command displays IKE exchange failure rate statistics of the specified scope.

This command supports following scopes:

  • per system

  • per ISA

  • per tunnel group

  • per IPsec GW

The rate includes the following reasons:

  • authentication failure

  • non-proposal chosen

  • internal address assignment failure

  • invalid traffic selector (TS)

  • invalid key exchange (KE)

  • DPD timeout

  • Others

The start time value indicates the starting timestamp of measurement. The sampling duration indicates the duration of the measurement.

If a record has non-zero value, the system also shows the timestamp and local or remote tunnel endpoint for the first and last occurrence in the sampling duration.

Parameters

name

Displays information about the specified IPsec GW name up to 32 characters in length.

tunnel-type

Displays information about the specified the tunnel type.

Values

all, sl2l, dl2l, ra

reason

Displays information for the cause of the failure.

Values

auth-failure, non-proposal-chosen, internal-addr-assignment-failure, invalid-ts, invalid-ke, dpd-timeout, other

system

Displays information about the system.

mda

Displays information about the specified ISA ID.

Values

slot/mda

tunnel-group-id

Displays information about the specified tunnel group ID.

Values

1 to 16

name

Displays information about the specified IPsec GW name up to 32 characters in length.

count

Displays information for the number of statistics intervals to be displayed (starting with the most recent).

Values

1 to 96

minutes

Displays information about the specified period covered by the statistics to be displayed (starting with the most recent).

Values

1 to 1440

current

Displays information about the current statistic value. The values of count and minutes are ignored by the system once this parameter is specified.

show-oid

Displays information about the Object Identifier (OID) of the current statistical value.

esa-vm

Displays the ID of the configured ESA and ESA VM.

Values

esa-vm:

esa-id/vm-id

esa-id

1 to 16

vm-id

1 to 4

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of the show isa stats ipsec-stats ike-exchange-failure-rate command.

Output Example
show>isa>stats>ipsec-stats# ike-exchange-failure-rate gateway "rw2"                     
===============================================================================
STATISTICS FOR IPSEC GATEWAY "RW2"
===============================================================================
INDEX        VALUE                     START TIME          SAMPLING DURATION
  FAILURE TM               INFO                            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - AUTHENTICATION FAILURE
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.02                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
  FST: 2017/07/31 22:54:30 RMT:10.1.1.100:[500]
                           LCL:172.16.200.1:[500]
  LST: 2017/07/31 22:54:33 RMT:10.1.1.100:[500]
                           LCL:172.16.200.1:[500]
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - NON-PROPOSAL CHOSEN
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.00                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT FAILURE
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.00                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - INVALID TRAFFIC SELECTOR
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.00                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - INVALID KEY EXCHANGE
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.00                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - DPD TIMEOUT
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.00                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
IKE EXCHANGE FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/SEC) - OTHER FAILURE REASONS
1 (CURRENT)  0.00                      2017/07/31 23:00:00 MIN 4 SEC 51 
2            0.00                      2017/07/31 22:52:15 MIN 7 SEC 40 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NO. OF ENTRIES: 18
===============================================================================

ike-initiate

ike-initiate

Syntax

ike-initiate tunnel-group-id ipsec-group-id

ike-initiate tunnel-name ipsec-tunnel-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>ipsec ike-initiate)

Full Context

tools perform ipsec ike-initiate

Description

This command initiates tunnel setup for the specified LAN-to-LAN tunnel or for all static LAN-to-LAN tunnels in the specified tunnel group. This command initiates tunnel setup regardless of the configuration of the ipsec-responder-only command under the specified tunnel group.

The command only initiates tunnel setup when the tunnel group is in the MC-IPsec master state, or if MC-IPsec is not enabled for the tunnel group. If MC-IPsec is enabled and the tunnel group is not in the master state, the system will abort tunnel setup if MIMP goes down or if mastership changes during the tunnel setup.

Operationally up tunnels are not affected by this command. The system will not try to initiate a tunnel setup if the tunnel’s operation flags are not clear.

The system does not automatically retry tunnel setup if a tunnel setup fails.

Parameters

ipsec-group-id

Specifies the ID of the tunnel group where all static LAN-to-LAN tunnels are initiated.

ipsec-tunnel-name

Specifies the name of the IPsec tunnel to be initiated.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

ike-policy

ike-policy

Syntax

ike-policy

ike-policy ike-policy-id

ike-policy ike-policy-id association [all]

Context

[Tree] (show>ipsec ike-policy)

Full Context

show ipsec ike-policy

Description

This command displays content for the specified ike-policy.

Parameters

ike-policy-id

Specifies the ID of an IKE policy entry.

Values

1 to 2048

association

Lists the ipsec-tunnel, ipsec-gw and dynamic tunnel using the specified ike-policy.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of the show ipsec ike-policy command.

Output Example
*A:ALA-48# show ipsec ike-policy 10
===============================================================================
IPsec IKE policy Configuration Detail
===============================================================================
Policy Id        : 10                   IKE Mode         : main
DH Group         : Group2               Auth Method      : psk
PFS              : False                PFS DH Group     : Group2
Auth Algorithm   : Sha1                 Encr Algorithm   : Aes128
ISAKMP Lifetime  : 86400                IPsec Lifetime   : 3600
NAT Traversal    : Disabled
NAT-T Keep Alive : 0                    Behind NAT Only  : True
DPD              : Disabled
DPD Interval     : 30                   DPD Max Retries  : 3
Description      : (Not Specified)
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-48#

ike-stats

ike-stats

Syntax

ike-stats esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

ike-stats gateway name [dynamic-tunnel ip-address:port]

ike-stats isa mda

ike-stats ipsec-tunnel-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>ipsec>stats ike-stats)

Full Context

tools dump ipsec stats ike-stats

Description

This command dumps various internal IKE statistics for the specified scope:

  • per ISA

  • per static LAN-to-LAN tunnel

  • per dynamic tunnel

The start time indicates the time of the last reset.

Parameters

name

Dumps information about the name of the IPsec GW, up to 32 characters.

ip-address:port

Dumps information about the IP address and port of the peer for dynamic tunneling.

mda

Dumps information about the specified ISA.

Values

slot/mda

ipsec-tunnel-name

Dumps the name of the static LAN-to-LAN tunnel, up to 32 characters.

esa-vm

Displays the ID of the configured ESA and ESA VM.

Values

esa-vm:

esa-id/vm-id

esa-id

1 to 16

vm-id

1 to 4

Platforms

All

ike-stats

Syntax

ike-stats esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

ike-stats gateway name [dynamic-tunnel ip-address:port]

ike-stats isa mda

ike-stats ipsec-tunnel-name

Context

[Tree] (clear>ipsec>stats ike-stats)

Full Context

clear ipsec stats ike-stats

Description

This command clears various internal IKE statistics for the specified scope:

  • per ISA

  • per static LAN-to-LAN tunnel

  • per dynamic tunnel

The start time indicates the time of the last reset.

Parameters

name

Clears information about the name of the IPsec GW up to 32 characters.

ip-address:port

Clears information about the IP address and port of the peer for dynamic tunneling.

mda

Clears information about the specified ISA.

Values

slot/mda

ipsec-tunnel-name

Clears the name of the static LAN-to-LAN tunnel up to 32 characters.

esa-vm

Displays the ID of the configured ESA and ESA VM.

Values

esa-vm:

esa-id/vm-id

esa-id

1 to 16

vm-id

1 to 4

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

ike-transform

ike-transform

Syntax

ike-transform [ike-transform-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>ipsec ike-transform)

Full Context

show ipsec ike-transform

Description

This command displays information for the specified IKE transform instance. Information for all IKE transform instances is displayed when an ike-transform-id is not specified.

Parameters

ike-transform-id

Specifies an existing IKE transform instance

Values

1 to 4096

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of IKE transform information.

Output Example
Node# show ipsec ike-transform
===============================================================================
IKE Transforms
===============================================================================
ID      Diffie-Hellman    Authentication        Encryption       ISAKMP
        Group             Algorithm             Algorithm        Lifetime
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
100     14                sha1                  aes128           86400
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of IKE Transforms: 1
===============================================================================

ikev2-msg-drop

ikev2-msg-drop

Syntax

ikev2-msg-drop message-type message-type [ show-oid] esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

ikev2-msg-drop message-type message-type isa mda [show-oid]

Context

[Tree] (show>isa>stats>ipsec-stats ikev2-msg-drop)

Full Context

show isa statistics ipsec-stats ikev2-msg-drop

Description

This command displays the early drop counter for received IKEv2 messages on the specified ISA. These counters reflect the number of packets dropped early in the process when ISA is congested.

Parameters

message-type

Specifies the exchange type of the packet to display.

Values

ike-sa-init, ike-auth, create-child-and-info

mda

Specifies the slot and MDA in the format slot/mda.

Values

slot — 1 to 10

mda — 1 or 2

show-oid

Displays the SNMP object ID of the counter.

esa-vm

Displays the ID of the configured ESA and ESA VM.

Values

esa-vm:

esa-id/vm-id

esa-id

1 to 16

vm-id

1 to 4

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of the ikev2-msg-drop message-type command.

Output Example
show>isa>stats>ipsec-stats# ikev2-msg-drop message-type ike-sa-init isa 1/2 show-oid 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Current Statistic Info
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OID: tmnxIPsecIsaHistStatsValue32.1.1.2.700.1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
Statistics for ISA 1/2
===============================================================================
Index        Value                     Start Time          Sampling Duration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of IKE-SA-INIT exchange packet drops
1 (current)  0                         2018/03/06 21:28:37 min 3 sec 59 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of entries: 1

ilm

ilm

Syntax

ilm

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>mpls ilm)

Full Context

tools dump router mpls ilm

Description

This command dumps ILM information for MPLS.

Platforms

All

inactive-peers

inactive-peers

Syntax

inactive-peers

Context

[Tree] (clear>system>ptp inactive-peers)

Full Context

clear system ptp inactive-peers

Description

This command clears inactive peer information.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

inband-tunnel

inband-tunnel

Syntax

inband-tunnel [type {rx | tx}] [ prefix prefix] [tunnel-id tunnel-id]

inband-tunnel [prefix prefix] [tunnel-id tunnel-id] leaf

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bier inband-tunnel)

Full Context

show router bier inband-tunnel

Description

This command shows the BIER tunnels.

Parameters

type

Specifies the type of tunnel.

Values

tx, rx

prefix

Specifies the BFR prefix of the tunnel in IP address form.

tunnel-id

Specifies the tunnel ID.

Values

0 to 4294967295

leaf

Specifies that the tunnel leafs are displayed.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

Output

The following output is an example of a BIER in-band tunnel configuration. BIER In-band Tunnel Fields provides BIER in-band tunnel descriptions.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# /show router bier inband-tunnel 
===============================================================================
BIER Tunnels
===============================================================================
Tunnel-id           Type                Oper                No. Of Leaves
BFR Prefx           Bfr-ID              Mpls Label          Sub-domain
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
73748               rx                  In service          0
10.20.1.4           4                   0                   0
===============================================================================
BIER Tunnel entries : 1
===============================================================================
Table 4. BIER In-band Tunnel Fields

Label

Description

Tunnel-id

The tunnel ID

Type

The tunnel type - Tx or Rx

Oper

The operational state of the tunnel

No. Of Leaves

The number of leafs in the tunnel

BFR Prefix

The BFR prefix of the tunnel

Bfr-IFD

The BFR ID of the tunnel

MPLS Label

The MPLS Label of the tunnel

Sub-domain

The sub-domain associated with the tunnel

incl-mcast

incl-mcast

Syntax

incl-mcast [hunt | detail] [rd rd] [originator-ip originator-ip] [next-hop next-hop] [community comm-id] [tag tag] [aspath-regex reg-exp]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes>evpn incl-mcast)

Full Context

show router bgp routes evpn incl-mcast

Description

This command displays BGP-EVPN inclusive multicast routes.

Parameters

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

detail

Displays detailed information.

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

ip-addr:comm-val | 2byte-asnumber:ext-comm-val | 4byte-asnumber:comm-val

originator-ip

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 originator address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

next-hop

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 BGP next-hop address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

comm-id

Specifies community ID, up to 72 characters.

Values

[as-num:comm-val | ext-comm | well-known-comm]

where:

  • as-num — 0 to 65535

  • comm-val — 0 to 65535

  • ext-comm — the extended community, defined as the following: type:{ ip-address:comm-val1 | as-number1:comm-val2 | as-number2:comm-val1}

    where:

    • as-number1 — 0 to 65535

    • comm-val1 — 0 to 65535

    • type — target, origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • comm-val2 — 0 to 4294967295

    • as-number2 — 0 to 4294967295

  • well-known-commnull | no-export | no-export-subconfed | no-advertise |

tag

Specifies the inclusive multicast route tag.

Values

0to 4294967295 | MAX-ET

reg-exp

Displays routes matching the specified regular expression, up to 80 characters.

Platforms

All

information

information

Syntax

information

Context

[Tree] (show>system information)

Full Context

show system information

Description

This command displays general system information including basic system, SNMP server, last boot and DNS client information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of system information. System Information Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
A:CR01# show system information  
===============================================================================
System Information
===============================================================================
System Name            : CR01
System Type            : 7750 SR-7
Chassis Topology       : Standalone
System Version         : B-21.5.R2
Crypto Module Version  : SRCM 3.2
System Contact         : Fred Information Technology
System Location        : Bldg.1-floor 2-Room 201
System Coordinates     : N 45 58 23, W 34 56 12
System Active Slot     : A
System Up Time         : 82 days, 00:01:55.27 (hr:min:sec)

Configuration Mode Cfg : model-driven
Configuration Mode Oper: model-driven
Last Mode Changed      : 2022/02/11 10:49:36 Duration: 0d 00:00:00

SNMP Port              : 161
SNMP Engine ID         : 0000197f00000ca402267c01
SNMP Engine Boots      : 34
SNMP Max Message Size  : 1500
SNMP Max Bulk Duration : 600 milliseconds
SNMP Admin State       : Enabled
SNMP Oper State        : Disabled
SNMP Failure Reason    : Missing SNMP configuration
SNMP Index Boot Status : Not Persistent
SNMP Sync State        : N/A

Tel/Tel6/SSH/FTP Admin : Disabled/Disabled/Enabled/Disabled
Tel/Tel6/SSH/FTP Oper  : Down/Down/Up/Down

BOF Source             : cf3:
Image Source           : primary
Config Source          : primary
Last Booted Config File: cf3:\configs\CR01.cfg
Last Boot Cfg Version  : TUE JUL 27 19:00:38 2021 UTC
Last Boot Config Header: # TiMOS-B-21.5.R2 both/x86_64 Nokia 7750 SR
                         Copyright (c) 2000-2021 Nokia. # All rights reserved.
                          All use subject to applicable license agreements. #
                         Built on Wed Jun 23 11:43:35 PDT 2021 by builder in /
                         builds/c/215B/R2/panos/main/sros # Configuration
                         format version 21.5 revision 0 # Generated TUE JUL
                         27 19:00:38 2021 UTC
Last Boot Index Version: N/A
Last Boot Index Header : N/A          
Last Saved Config      : cf3:\configs\CR01.cfg
Time Last Saved        : 2022/02/14 14:58:11
Changes Since Last Save: No
Max Cfg/BOF Backup Rev : 5
Cfg-OK Script          : cf3:\startup\env.cfg
Cfg-OK Script Status   : success
Cfg-Fail Script        : N/A
Cfg-Fail Script Status : not used

IPv4 autoconfiguration : Disabled
IPv6 autoconfiguration : Disabled
Management IP Addr     : 192.168.192.73/18
Management IP Addr     : 3000::c0a8:c049/114
Primary DNS Server     : 138.120.252.55
Secondary DNS Server   : N/A
Tertiary DNS Server    : N/A
DNS Domain             : superdns-internal.nokia.com
DNS Resolve Preference : ipv4-only
DNSSEC AD Validation   : False
DNSSEC Response Control: drop
BOF Static Routes      :  
  To                   Next Hop            
  135.121.0.0/16       192.168.192.67      
 
  135.250.0.0/16       192.168.192.67      
 
  138.120.0.0/16       192.168.192.67      
 
  152.148.0.0/16       192.168.192.67      
 
ATM Location ID        : 01:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
ATM OAM Retry Up       : 2
ATM OAM Retry Down     : 4
ATM OAM Loopback Period: 10

ICMP Vendor Enhancement: Disabled
Eth QinQ Untagged SAP  : False
EFM OAM Grace Tx Enable: False
EFM OAM Dying Gasp Rst : Disabled     
===============================================================================
A:CR01# 
Table 5. System Information Field Descriptions

Label

Description

System Name

The configured system name

System Type

The system is administratively configured to function as a Nokia SR OS Ethernet Service Switch (ESS) or not.

Chassis Topology

Indicates the inter-chassis topology mode in which the system is operating. It indicates how multiple chassis are arranged and operate together as a single system. A value of 'standalone' indicates that the system is comprised of a single physical router chassis. A value of 'extended' (for a 7950 XRS based system) indicates that two router chassis are connected together in a 'back-to-back' topology with no additional switch fabric chassis. An extended chassis topology is comprised of two XRS-20 chassis and is also known as an XRS-40 system.

System Version

The software product release version number for the software image currently running

Crypto Module Version

Version of the SR OS cryptographic module

System Contact

A text string that describes the system contact information

System Location

A text string that describes the system location

System Coordinates

A text string that describes the system coordinates

System Active Slot

Slot of the active CPM

System Up Time

The time since the last boot

Configuration Mode Cfg

Configured setting of the management interface configuration mode. The configuration mode affects the management interfaces (such as classic CLI and model-driven interfaces) that can be used to configure the router.

Configuration Mode Oper

Current management interface configuration mode that is operational in the router. The configuration mode affects the management interfaces (such as classic CLI and model-driven interfaces) that can be used to configure the router.

Last Mode Changed

The date and time at which the operational management interface configuration mode last changed

SNMP Port

The port number used by this node to receive SNMP request messages and to send replies

SNMP Engine ID

The SNMP engineID to uniquely identify the SNMPv3 node

SNMP Engine Boots

The number of times the SNMP engine has rebooted with the current SNMP Engine ID

SNMP Max Message Size

The maximum SNMP packet size generated by this node

SNMP Max Bulk Duration

The maximum duration to process before bulk responses are returned

SNMP Admin State

Enabled — SNMP is administratively enabled and running.

Disabled — SNMP is administratively shutdown and not running.

SNMP Oper State

Enabled — SNMP is operationally enabled.

Disabled — SNMP is operationally disabled.

SNMP Failure Reason

Additional information about general failure of the SNMP engine to be ready for normal operation

SNMP Index Boot Status

Persistent — System indexes are saved between reboots.

Not Persistent — System indexes are not saved between reboots.

Tel/Tel6/SSH/FTP Admin

Displays the administrative state of the Telnet, SSH, and FTP sessions

Tel/Tel6/SSH/FTP Oper

Displays the operational state of the Telnet, SSH, and FTP sessions

BOF Source

The location of the BOF

Image Source

Primary — Indicates that the directory location for runtime image file was loaded from the primary source.

Secondary — Indicates that the directory location for runtime image file was loaded from the secondary source.

Tertiary — Indicates that the directory location for runtime image file was loaded from the tertiary source.

Config Source

Primary — Indicates that the directory location for configuration file was loaded from the primary source.

Secondary — Indicates that the directory location for configuration file was loaded from the secondary source.

Tertiary — Indicates that the directory location for configuration file was loaded from the tertiary source.

Last Booted Config File

The URL and filename of the last loaded configuration file

Last Boot Cfg Version

The date and time of the last boot

Last Boot Config Header

The header information, such as image version, date built, date generated

Last Boot Index Version

The version of the persistence index file read when this card was last rebooted

Last Boot Index Header

The header of the persistence index file read when this card was last rebooted.

Last Saved Config

The location and filename of the last saved configuration file

Time Last Saved

The date and time of the last time configuration file was saved

Changes Since Last Save

Yes — There are unsaved configuration file changes.

No — There are no unsaved configuration file changes.

Max Cfg/BOF Backup Rev

The maximum number of backup revisions maintained for a configuration file. This value also applies to the number of revisions maintained for the BOF file.

Cfg-OK Script

URL — The location and name of the CLI script file executed following successful completion of the bootup configuration file execution.

Cfg-OK Script Status

Successful/Failed — The results from the execution of the CLI script file specified in the Cfg-OK Script location.

Not used — No CLI script file was executed.

Cfg-Fail Script

URL — The location and name of the CLI script file executed following a failed bootup configuration file execution.

Not used — No CLI script file was executed.

Cfg-Fail Script Status

Successful/Failed — The results from the execution of the CLI script file specified in the Cfg-Fail Script location.

Not used — No CLI script file was executed.

IPv4 autoconfiguration

Indicates whether the IPv4 DHCP-based router autoconfigure functionality is enabled or disabled

IPv6 autoconfiguration

Indicates whether the IPv6 DHCP-based router autoconfigure functionality is enabled or disabled

Management IP Addr

The management IPv4 address and mask

Management IP Addr

The management IPv6 address and mask

Primary DNS Server

The IP address of the primary DNS server

Secondary DNS Server

The IP address of the secondary DNS server

Tertiary DNS Server

The IP address of the tertiary DNS server

DNS Domain

The DNS domain name of the node

DNS Resolve Preference

ipv4-only — Dns-names are queried for A-records only.

ipv6-first — Dns-server will be queried for AAAA-records first and a successful reply is not received, the dns-server is queried for A-records.

DNSSEC AD Validation

Indicates whether the presence of the AD-bit is validated in responses from DNS servers

DNSSEC Response Control

fall-through — Permit DNS responses that do not pass DNSSEC validation

fail — Reject DNS Responses that do not pass DNSSEC validation

BOF Static Routes

To — The static route destination.

Next Hop — The next hop IP address used to reach the destination.

Metric — Displays the priority of this static route versus other static routes.

None — No static routes are configured.

ATM Location ID

N/A — Ignore. ATM functionality is not supported.

ATM OAM Retry Up

N/A — Ignore. ATM functionality is not supported.

ATM OAM Retry Down

N/A — Ignore. ATM functionality is not supported.

ATM OAM Loopback Period

N/A — Ignore. ATM functionality is not supported.

ICMP Vendor Enhancement

Indicates whether vendor specific extensions to ICMP are enabled or disabled

Eth QinQ Untagged SAP

False — The new-qinq-untagged-sap flag is disabled.

True — The new-qinq-untagged-sap flag is enabled.

EFM OAM Grace Tx Enable

True — Sending of EFM OAM grace period messages is enabled.

False — Sending of EFM OAM grace period messages is disabled.

EFM OAM Dying Gasp Rst

Indicates whether EFM OAM dying gasp messages on reset are enabled or disabled.

information

Syntax

information

Context

[Tree] (show>log>event-handling information)

Full Context

show log event-handling information

Description

This command displays general information about EHS, as well as handler and trigger statistics.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of log event handling information.

Output Example
===============================================================================
Event Handling System - Event Trigger Statistics
===============================================================================
_______________________________________________________________________________
Application Name
Event Id                     Total     Success   ErrNoEntry AdmStatus
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OAM
2001                         0         0         0          0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Entry FilMatch  Trigger   Debounce  FilFail   ErrAdmSta  ErrFilter ErrHandler
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1     0         0         0         0         0          0         0
   10    0         0         0         0         0          0         0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   SUM   0         0         0         0         0          0         0
_______________________________________________________________________________
Application Name
Event Id                     Total     Success   ErrNoEntry AdmStatus
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OAM
2004                         0         0         0          0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Entry FilMatch  Trigger   Debounce  FilFail   ErrAdmSta  ErrFilter ErrHandler
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1     0         0         0         0         0          0         0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   SUM   0         0         0         0         0          0         0
===============================================================================
EVENTS PROCESSED             Total     Success   ErrNoEntry AdmStatus
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             0         0         0          0
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Event Handling System - Event Handler Statistics
===============================================================================
_______________________________________________________________________________
Handler                      Total     Success   ErrNoEntry AdmStatus
my-handler-1                 0         0         0          0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Entry Id        Launch    MinDelay  ErrLaunch  ErrAdmSta
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1               0         0         0          0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   SUMMARY         0         0         0          0
===============================================================================
HANDLERS SUMMARY             Total     Success   ErrNoEntry AdmStatus
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             0         0         0          0
===============================================================================

information

Syntax

information

Context

[Tree] (clear>log>event-handling information)

Full Context

clear log event-handling information

Description

This command clears handler statistics in the show log event-handling information output.

Platforms

All

ingress-label

ingress-label

Syntax

ingress-label ingress-label1 [ingress-label2]

Context

[Tree] (show>service ingress-label)

Full Context

show service ingress-label

Description

This command displays service information using the range of ingress labels.

If only the mandatory ingress-label1 parameter is specified, only services using the specified label are displayed.

If both ingress-label1 and ingress-label2 parameters are specified, the services using the range of labels X where ingress-label1 <= X <= ingress-label2 are displayed.

Use the show router vprn-service-id ldp bindings command to display dynamic labels.

Parameters

ingress-label1

Displays the starting ingress label value for which to display services using the label range. If only ingress-label1 is specified, services only using ingress-label1 are displayed.

Values

0, 2048 to 131071

ingress-label2

Displays the ending ingress label value for which to display services using the label range.

Values

2048 to 131071

Default

The ingress-label1 value.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service ingress label information.

Output Example
A:ALA-12# show service ingress label 0
==============================================================================
Martini Service Labels                                                         
==============================================================================
Svc Id     Sdp Id             Type I.Lbl        E.Lbl                          
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1          10:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          20:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          30:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          50:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          100:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          101:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          102:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          103:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          104:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          105:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          106:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          107:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          108:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          300:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          301:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          302:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          400:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          500:2              Spok 131070       2001                           
1          501:1              Mesh 131069       2000                           
100        300:100            Spok 0            0                              
200        301:200            Spok 0            0                              
300        302:300            Spok 0            0                              
400        400:400            Spok 0            0                              
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Bindings Found : 23                                                  
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A:ALA-12# 

Service Ingress Label Field Descriptions describes show service ingress label output fields.

Table 6. Service Ingress Label Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Svc ID

The value that identifies a specific service

SDP Id

The SDP identifier

Type

Indicates whether the SDP is a spoke or a mesh

I.Lbl

The ingress label used by the far-end device to send packets to this device in this service by the SDP

E.Lbl

The egress label used by this device to send packets to the far-end device in this service by the SDP

Number of Bindings Found

The number of SDP bindings within the label range specified

ingress-label

Syntax

ingress-label start-label [end-label]

Context

[Tree] (show>service ingress-label)

Full Context

show service ingress-label

Description

Display services using the range of ingress labels.

If only the mandatory start-label parameter is specified, only services using the specified label are displayed.

If both start-label and end-label parameters are specified, the services using the range of labels X where start-label <= X <= end-label are displayed.

Use the show router ldp bindings command to display dynamic labels.

Parameters

start-label

The starting ingress label value for the label range. If only start-label is specified, services only using start-label are displayed.

Values

0, 2048 to 131071

end-label

The ending ingress label value for the label range

Default

The start-label value.

Values

2049 to 131071

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service ingress label information.

Output Example
*A:ALA-12# show service ingress-label 0
==============================================================================
Martini Service Labels                                                         
==============================================================================
Svc Id     Sdp Id             Type I.Lbl        E.Lbl                          
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1          10:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          20:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          30:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          50:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          100:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          101:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          102:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          103:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          104:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          105:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          106:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          107:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          108:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          300:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          301:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          302:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          400:1              Mesh 0            0                              
100        300:100            Spok 0            0                              
200        301:200            Spok 0            0                              
300        302:300            Spok 0            0                              
400        400:400            Spok 0            0                              
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Bindings Found : 21
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:ALA-12# 

Show Service Ingress-Label Fields describes show service ingress-label output fields.

Table 7. Show Service Ingress-Label Fields

Label

Description

Svc ID

The service identifier.

SDP Id

The SDP identifier.

Type

Indicates whether the SDP is spoke or mesh.

I.Lbl

The ingress label used by the far-end device to send packets to this device in this service by the SDP.

E.Lbl

The egress label used by this device to send packets to the far-end device in this service by the SDP.

Number of Bindings Found

The number of SDP bindings within the label range specified.

ingress-label

Syntax

ingress-label start-label [end-label]

Context

[Tree] (show>service ingress-label)

Full Context

show service ingress-label

Description

This command displays services using the range of ingress labels. If only the mandatory start-label parameter is specified, only services using the specified label are displayed.

If both start-label and end-label parameters are specified, the services using the range of labels X where start-label <= X <= end-label are displayed.

For 7750 only, use the show router vprn-service-id ldp bindings command to display dynamic labels.

Parameters

start-label

The starting ingress label value for which to display services using the label range. If only start-label is specified, services only using start-label are displayed.

Values

0, 2048 to 131071

end-label

The ending ingress label value for which to display services using the label range.

Values

2049 to 131071

Default

The start-label value.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of ingress label information, and Show Service Ingress-Label Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:ALA-12# show service ingress-label 0
==============================================================================
Martini Service Labels                                                         
==============================================================================
Svc Id     Sdp Id             Type I.Lbl        E.Lbl                          
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1          10:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          20:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          30:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          50:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          100:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          101:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          102:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          103:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          104:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          105:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          106:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          107:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          108:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          300:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          301:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          302:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          400:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          500:2              Spok 131070       2001                           
1          501:1              Mesh 131069       2000                           
100        300:100            Spok 0            0                              
200        301:200            Spok 0            0                              
300        302:300            Spok 0            0                              
400        400:400            Spok 0            0                              
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Bindings Found : 23                                                  
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:ALA-12# 
Table 8. Show Service Ingress-Label Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Svc ID

The service identifier.

SDP Id

The SDP identifier.

Type

Indicates whether the SDP is spoke or mesh.

I.Lbl

The ingress label used by the far-end device to send packets to this device in this service by the SDP.

E.Lbl

The egress label used by this device to send packets to the far-end device in this service by the SDP.

Number of Bindings Found

The number of SDP bindings within the label range specified.

ingress-label

Syntax

ingress-label start-label [end-label]

Context

[Tree] (show>service ingress-label)

Full Context

show service ingress-label

Description

Display services using the range of ingress labels.

If only the mandatory start-label parameter is specified, only services using the specified label are displayed.

If both start-label and end-label parameters are specified, the services using the range of labels X where start-label <= X <= end-label are displayed.

Use the show router vprn-service-id ldp bindings command to display dynamic labels.

Parameters

start-label

The starting ingress label value for which to display services using the label range. If only start-label is specified, services only using start-label are displayed.

Values

0, 2048 to 131071

end-label

The ending ingress label value for which to display services using the label range.

Values

2048 to 131071

Default

The start-label value.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of show service ingress label information, and Show Service Ingress-Label Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:ALA-12# show service ingress-label 0
==============================================================================
Martini Service Labels                                                         
==============================================================================
Svc Id     Sdp Id             Type I.Lbl        E.Lbl                          
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1          10:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          20:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          30:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          50:1               Mesh 0            0                              
1          100:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          101:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          102:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          103:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          104:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          105:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          106:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          107:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          108:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          300:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          301:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          302:1              Mesh 0            0                              
1          400:1              Mesh 0            0                              
100        300:100            Spok 0            0                              
200        301:200            Spok 0            0                              
300        302:300            Spok 0            0                              
400        400:400            Spok 0            0                              
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Bindings Found : 21
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:ALA-12# 
Table 9. Show Service Ingress-Label Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Svc ID

The service identifier.

SDP Id

The SDP identifier.

Type

Indicates whether the SDP is a spoke or a mesh.

I.Lbl

The ingress label used by the far-end device to send packets to this device in this service by the SDP.

E.Lbl

The egress label used by this device to send packets to the far-end device in this service by the SDP.

Number of bindings found

The number of SDP bindings within the label range specified.

ingress-statistics

ingress-statistics

Syntax

ingress-statistics color color [end-point {ipv4-address | ipv6-address}]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>segment-routing>sr-policies ingress-statistics)

Full Context

show router segment-routing sr-policies ingress-statistics

Description

This command displays the ingress traffic statistics of the SR policy specified by its color and end-point.

Parameters

color

Displays the color that is configured for this SR policy.

Values

0 to 4294967295

ipv4-address | ipv6-address

Displays the IPv4 or IPv6 address expressed in dotted decimal notation.

Values

ipv4-address:

  • a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x: [0 to FFFF]H

  • d: [0 to 255]D

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of ingress traffic statistics of the SR policy, and Show Ingress Statistics Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example Show Router Segment Route Policy Ingress Statistics
show router segment-routing sr-policies ingress-statistics color 10 end-point 3ffe::a14:102 
===============================================================================
SR-Policies Ingress Statistics
===============================================================================
 
Ingress Statistics:
 
Color           : 10                    Endpoint Addr   : 3ffe::a14:102
TunnelId        : 917520                BSID            : 100008
Pkt Count       : 3015                  Octet Count     : 301500
 
===============================================================================
Table 10. Show Ingress Statistics Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Color

Indicates the color of the SR policy.

Endpoint Addr

Indicates the end-point address of the SR policy.

TunnelId

Indicates the tunnel identifier of the SR policy.

BSID

Indicates the binding SID value.

Pkt Count

Indicates the count of packets for the corresponding segment list.

Octet Count

Indicates the count of octets for the corresponding segment list.

ingress-statistics

Syntax

ingress-statistics color color [end-point {ipv4-address | ipv6-address}]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>segment-routing>sr-policies ingress-statistics)

Full Context

clear router segment-routing sr-policies ingress-statistics

Description

This command clears the ingress traffic statistics of the SR policy specified by its color and end-point.

Parameters

color

Displays the color that is configured for this SR policy.

Values

0 to 4294967295

ipv4-address | ipv6-address

Displays the IPv4 or IPv6 address expressed in dotted decimal notation.

Values

ipv4-address:

  • a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x: [0 to FFFF]H

  • d: [0 to 255]D

Platforms

All

ingress-statistics

Syntax

ingress-statistics color [0..4294967295] end-point ip-address | ipv6-address [ interval seconds] [repeat repeat]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router>seg-rt>sr-policies ingress-statistics)

Full Context

monitor router segment-routing sr-policies ingress-statistics

Description

This command monitors SR policy ingress statistics.

Parameters

ip-address | ipv6-address

Displays the IPv4 or IPv6 address expressed in dotted decimal notation.

Values

ipv4-address:

  • a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x: [0 to FFFF]H

  • d: [0 to 255]D

seconds

Configures the interval for each display in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Platforms

All

ingress-stats-template

ingress-stats-template

Syntax

ingress-stats-template [type {p2p | p2mp}] [SessionNameString] [ sender ip-address] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls ingress-stats-template)

Full Context

show router mpls ingress-stats-template

Description

This command displays ingress statistics template details.

Parameters

SessionNameString

Displays the session name, up to 64 characters.

ip-address

Displays the sender IP address.

detail

Displays the number of static LSPs that terminate at the router.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS ingress statistics template information

Ingress Stats Template Output Fields describes MPLS Ingress Statistics Template output fields.

Output Example
*A:cses-V23# show router mpls ingress-stats-template
===============================================================================
MPLS LSP Template Ingress Stats
===============================================================================
Session Name                            Type      Sender         Session Count
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries Found
===============================================================================
Table 11. Ingress Stats Template Output Fields

Label

Description

Session Name

Specifies the session name.

Type

p2p – Specifies that p2p is the ingress stats template type

p2mp – Specifies that p2mp is the ingress stats template type

Sender

Specifies the sender IP address.

Session Count

Specifies the session count.

No Matching Entries Found

Specifies the number of matching entries.

inside

inside

Syntax

inside routes

Context

[Tree] (show>router>nat inside)

Full Context

show router nat inside

Description

This command displays information about inside NAT routes.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of a NAT inside routes. NAT Inside Routes describes NAT the output fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# /show router 101 nat inside routes
===============================================================================
NAT Inside Routes
===============================================================================
Router         Route Address                             Prefix
               NAT Policy                                Type
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
vprn101        200.0.0.0                                 16
                                                         static
vprn101        200.1.0.0                                 16
               n44Pool2-1                                static
vprn101        210.0.1.0                                 24
               n44Pool1-1                                dynamic
vprn101        210.1.1.0                                 24
               n44Pool2-1                                dynamic
vprn101        210.6.1.0                                 24
               n44Pool7-1                                dynamic
vprn101        210.7.1.0                                 24
               n44Pool8-1                                dynamic
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of routes: 6
===============================================================================
Table 12. NAT Inside Routes

Label

Description

Router

The router name

Route Address

The route address

NAT Policy

The NAT policy name

Prefix

The router prefix

Type

The router type; dynamic or static

instance

instance

Syntax

instance

instance interface interface-name [vrid virtual-router-id]

instance interface interface-name vrid virtual-router-id ipv6

Context

[Tree] (show>router>vrrp instance)

Full Context

show router vrrp instance

Description

This command displays information for VRRP instances.

If no command line options are specified, summary information for all VRRP instances displays.

Parameters

interface-name

Displays detailed information for the VRRP instances on the specified IP interface including status and statistics.

Default

Summary information for all VRRP instances.

virtual-router-id

Displays detailed information for the specified VRRP instance on the IP interface.

Default

All VRIDs for the IP interface.

Values

1 to 255

ipv6

Specifies the IPv6 instance.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of VRRP instance information for the 7450 ESS, and Show VRRP Instance Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show router vrrp instance interface "base-1-1" vrid 1 
 
===============================================================================
VRRP Instance 1 for interface "base-1-1"
===============================================================================
Owner               : No                  VRRP State        : Master
Primary IP of Master: 50.1.0.1 (Self)
Primary IP          : 50.1.0.1            Standby-Forwarding: Disabled
VRRP Backup Addr    : 50.1.0.10           
Admin State         : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Up Time             : 02/03/2022 20:37:28 Virt MAC Addr     : 00:00:5e:00:01:01
Auth Type           : None                
Config Mesg Intvl   : 5                   In-Use Mesg Intvl : 5
Master Inherit Intvl: No                  
Base Priority       : 130                 In-Use Priority   : 130
Policy ID           : n/a                 Preempt Mode      : Yes
Ping Reply          : Yes                 Telnet Reply      : No
Ntp Reply           : No                  
SSH Reply           : No                  Traceroute Reply  : No
Init Delay          : 0                   Init Timer Expires: 0.000 sec
Creation State      : Active              
OperGroup           : op-ipv4-1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BFD Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Service ID          : None                
Service Name        : 100                 
Interface Name      : bfd-1-1             
Src IP              : 
Dst IP              : 120.1.1.2
Session Oper State  : notConfigured       
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Master Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Primary IP of Master: 50.1.0.1 (Self)
Addr List Mismatch  : No                  Master Priority   : 130
Master Since        : 02/03/2022 20:37:43 
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Masters Seen (Last 32)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Primary IP of Master   Last Seen             Addr List Mismatch     Msg Count
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
50.1.0.1               02/03/2022 20:37:43   No                             0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Become Master       : 1                   Master Changes    : 1
Adv Sent            : 154                 Adv Received      : 0
Pri Zero Pkts Sent  : 0                   Pri Zero Pkts Rcvd: 0
Preempt Events      : 0                   Preempted Events  : 0
Mesg Intvl Discards : 0                   Mesg Intvl Errors : 0
Addr List Discards  : 0                   Addr List Errors  : 0
Auth Type Mismatch  : 0                   Auth Failures     : 0
Invalid Auth Type   : 0                   Invalid Pkt Type  : 0
IP TTL Errors       : 0                   Pkt Length Errors : 0
Total Discards      : 0                   
 
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-B# show router vrrp instance interface "base-1-1" vrid 2 
 
===============================================================================
VRRP Instance 2 for interface "base-1-1"
===============================================================================
Owner               : No                  VRRP State        : Master
Primary IP of Master: 50.1.0.1 (Self)
Primary IP          : 50.1.0.1            Standby-Forwarding: Disabled
VRRP Backup Addr    : 50.1.1.10           
Admin State         : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Up Time             : 02/03/2022 20:37:28 Virt MAC Addr     : 00:00:5e:00:01:02
Auth Type           : None                
Config Mesg Intvl   : 5                   In-Use Mesg Intvl : 5
Master Inherit Intvl: No                  
Base Priority       : 130                 In-Use Priority   : 130
Policy ID           : n/a                 Preempt Mode      : Yes
Ping Reply          : Yes                 Telnet Reply      : No
Ntp Reply           : No                  
SSH Reply           : No                  Traceroute Reply  : No
Init Delay          : 0                   Init Timer Expires: 0.000 sec
Creation State      : Active              
Monitor OperGroup   : op-ipv4-1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BFD Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Service ID          : None                
Service Name        : 100                 
Interface Name      : bfd-1-1             
Src IP              : 
Dst IP              : 120.1.1.2
Session Oper State  : notConfigured       
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Master Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Primary IP of Master: 50.1.0.1 (Self)
Addr List Mismatch  : No                  Master Priority   : 130
Master Since        : 02/03/2022 20:37:47 
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Masters Seen (Last 32)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Primary IP of Master   Last Seen             Addr List Mismatch     Msg Count
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
50.1.0.1               02/03/2022 20:37:47   No                             0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Become Master       : 1                   Master Changes    : 1
Adv Sent            : 0                   Adv Received      : 0
Pri Zero Pkts Sent  : 0                   Pri Zero Pkts Rcvd: 0
Preempt Events      : 0                   Preempted Events  : 0
Mesg Intvl Discards : 0                   Mesg Intvl Errors : 0
Addr List Discards  : 0                   Addr List Errors  : 0
Auth Type Mismatch  : 0                   Auth Failures     : 0
Invalid Auth Type   : 0                   Invalid Pkt Type  : 0
IP TTL Errors       : 0                   Pkt Length Errors : 0
Total Discards      : 0                   
 
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-B#
*A:Dut-B# show service oper-group "op-ipv4-1" detail 
 
===============================================================================
Service Oper Group Information
===============================================================================
Oper Group       : op-ipv4-1
Creation Origin  : manual                          Oper Status: up
Hold DownTime    : 0 secs                          Hold UpTime: 4 secs
Members          : 1                               Monitoring : 3
===============================================================================
 
===============================================================================
Member VRRP instance for OperGroup: op-ipv4-1
===============================================================================
ID        Service        Interface                       Admin     Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         0              base-1-1                        up        master
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VRRP instance Entries found: 1
===============================================================================
 
===============================================================================
Monitoring VRRP instance for OperGroup: op-ipv4-1
===============================================================================
ID        Service        Interface                       Admin     Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2         0              base-1-1                        up        master
3         0              base-1-1                        up        master
4         0              base-1-1                        up        master
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VRRP instance Entries found: 3
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-B#

The following output is an example of VRRP instance information for the 7750 SR and 7950 XRS, and Show VRRP Instance Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:ALA-A# show router vrrp instance interface n2 vrid 1 ipv6 
===============================================================================
VRRP Instance 1 for interface "n2"
===============================================================================
No Matching Entries
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-A# 


*A:ALA-A# show router vrrp instance interface n2 vrid 10 ipv6 
===============================================================================
VRRP Instance 10 for interface "n2"
===============================================================================
Owner               : No                  VRRP State        : Master           
Primary IP of Master: FE80::1 (Self)
Primary IP          : FE80::1
                                          Standby-Forwarding: Disabled         
VRRP Backup Addr    : 5::10
                    : FE80::10
Admin State         : Up                  Oper State        : Up               
Up Time             : 09/23/2004 06:55:12 Virt MAC Addr     : 00:00:5e:00:02:0a
Config Mesg Intvl   : 1.0                 In-Use Mesg Intvl : 1.0              
Master Inherit Intvl: Yes                                                      
Base Priority       : 100                 In-Use Priority   : 100              
Policy ID           : n/a                 Preempt Mode      : Yes              
Ping Reply          : No                  Telnet Reply      : No               
                                          Traceroute Reply  : No               
Init Delay          : 0                   Init Timer Expires: 0.000 sec        
Creation State      : Active                                                   
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Master Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Primary IP of Master: FE80::1 (Self)
Addr List Mismatch  : No                  Master Priority   : 100              
Master Since        : 09/23/2004 06:55:16                                      
=============================================================================
Masters Seen (Last 32)
===============================================================================
Primary IP of Master                                                           
                       Last Seen             Addr List Mismatch     Msg Count  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FE80::1
                       09/23/2004 06:55:16   No                             0  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Master Transitions  : 1                   Discontinuity Time: 09/09/2004 01:57*
Adv Sent            : 23                  Adv Received      : 0                
Pri Zero Pkts Sent  : 0                   Pri Zero Pkts Rcvd: 0                
Preempt Events      : 0                   Preempted Events  : 0                
Mesg Intvl Discards : 0                   Mesg Intvl Errors : 0                
Total Discards      : 0                   Addr List Errors  : 0                
Auth Failures       : 0                   Invalid Pkt Type  : 0                
IP TTL Errors       : 0                   Pkt Length Errors : 0                
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
Table 13. Show VRRP Instance Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface name

The name of the IP interface

VR ID

The virtual router ID for the IP interface

Own

Owner

Yes — specifies that the virtual router instance as owning the virtual router IP addresses

No — indicates that the virtual router instance is operating as a non-owner

Adm

Up — indicates that the administrative state of the VRRP instance is up

Down — indicates that the administrative state of the VRRP instance is down

Opr

Up — indicates that the operational state of the VRRP instance is up

Down — indicates that the operational state of the VRRP instance is down

State

  • When owner, backup defines the IP addresses that are advertised within VRRP advertisement messages

  • When non-owner, backup actually creates an IP interface IP address used for routing IP packets and communicating with the system when the access commands are defined ( ntp-reply, ping-reply, telnet-reply, and ssh-reply)

Pol Id

The value that uniquely identifies a priority control policy

Base Priority

The base-priority value used to derive the in-use priority of the virtual router instance as modified by any optional VRRP priority control policy

InUse Priority

The current in-use priority associated with the VRRP virtual router instance

Msg Int

The administrative advertisement message timer used by the master virtual router instance to send VRRP advertisement messages and to derive the master down timer as backup

Inh Int

Yes — when the VRRP instance is a non-owner and is operating as a backup and the master-int-inherit command is enabled, the master down timer is indirectly derived from the value in the advertisement interval field of the VRRP message received from the current master

No — when the VRRP instance is operating as a backup and the master-int-inherit command is not enabled, the configured advertisement interval is matched against the value in the advertisement interval field of the VRRP message received from the current master; if the two values do not match then the VRRP advertisement is discarded; if the VRRP instance is operating as a master, this value has no effect

Backup Addr

The backup virtual router IP address

BFD

Indicates BFD is enabled

VRRP State

Specifies whether the VRRP instance is operating in a master or backup state

Policy ID

The VRRP priority control policy associated with the VRRP virtual router instance

A value of 0 indicates that no control policy is associated with the virtual router instance

Preempt Mode

Yes — the preempt mode is enabled on the virtual router instance where it will preempt a VRRP master with a lower priority

No — the preempt mode is disabled and prevents the non-owner virtual router instance from preempting another, less desirable virtual router

Ping Reply

Yes — a non-owner master is enabled to reply to ICMP Echo requests directed to the virtual router instance IP addresses

Ping Reply is valid only if the VRRP virtual router instance associated with this entry is a non-owner

A non-owner backup virtual router never responds to such ICMP echo requests irrespective if Ping Reply is enabled

No — ICMP echo requests to the virtual router instance IP addresses are discarded

Telnet Reply

Yes — non-owner masters can to reply to TCP port 23 Telnet requests directed at the virtual router instances IP addresses

No — telnet requests to the virtual router instance IP addresses are discarded

SSH Reply

Yes — non-owner masters can to reply to SSH requests directed at the virtual router instances IP addresses

No — all SSH request messages destined to the non-owner virtual router instance IP addresses are discarded

Primary IP of Master

The IP address of the VRRP master

Primary IP

The IP address of the VRRP owner

Up Time

The date and time when the operational state of the event last changed

Virt MAC Addr

The virtual MAC address used in ARP responses when the VRRP virtual router instance is operating as a master

Auth Type

Specifies the VRRP authentication Type 0 (no authentication), Type 1 (simple password), or Type 2 (MD5) for the virtual router

Addr List Mismatch

Specifies whether a trap was generated when the IP address list received in the advertisement messages received from the current master did not match the configured IP address list

This is an edge triggered notification; a second trap will not be generated for a packet from the same master until this event has been cleared

Master Priority

The priority of the virtual router instance which is the current master

Master Since

The date and time when operational state of the virtual router changed to master

For a backup virtual router, this value specifies the date and time when it received the first VRRP advertisement message from the virtual router which is the current master

OperGroup

The operational group name associated with the VRRP interface, if configured

Monitor OperGroup

The monitor operational group associated with the VRRP

instance

Syntax

instance [ipv4 | ipv6]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>ldp instance)

Full Context

clear router ldp instance

Description

This command resets the LDP instance.

Platforms

All

instance

Syntax

instance

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>ldp instance)

Full Context

tools dump router ldp instance

Description

This command dumps information for the LDP instance.

Platforms

All

instance

Syntax

instance interface interface-name vr-id virtual-router-id [ipv6] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [{ absolute | rate}]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router>vrrp instance)

Full Context

monitor router vrrp instance

Description

Monitor statistics for a VRRP instance.

Parameters

interface-name

Specifies the name of the existing IP interface on which VRRP is configured.

virtual-router-id

Specifies the virtual router ID for the existing IP interface, expressed as a decimal integer.

ipv6

Monitors IPv6 instances.

seconds

Configures the interval for each display in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

Default

5 seconds

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

When the absolute keyword is specified, the raw statistics are displayed, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

When the rate keyword is specified, the rate-per-second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of VRRP instance information.

Output Example
*A:ALA-A# monitor router vrrp instance interface n2 vr-id 1 
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for VRRP Instance 1 on interface "n2"
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Become Master       : 1                   Master Changes    : 1                
Adv Sent            : 1439                Adv Received      : 0                
Pri Zero Pkts Sent  : 0                   Pri Zero Pkts Rcvd: 0                
Preempt Events      : 0                   Preempted Events  : 0                
Mesg Intvl Discards : 0                   Mesg Intvl Errors : 0                
Addr List Discards  : 0                   Addr List Errors  : 0                
Auth Type Mismatch  : 0                   Auth Failures     : 0                
Invalid Auth Type   : 0                   Invalid Pkt Type  : 0                
IP TTL Errors       : 0                   Pkt Length Errors : 0                
Total Discards      : 0                                                        
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of VRRP instance information for the 7750 SR and 7950 XRS.

Output Example
*A:ALA-A# monitor router vrrp instance interface n2 vr-id 10 ipv6 
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for VRRP Instance 10 on interface "n2"
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Master Transitions  : 1                   Discontinuity Time: 09/09/2004 01:57*
Adv Sent            : 1365                Adv Received      : 0                
Pri Zero Pkts Sent  : 0                   Pri Zero Pkts Rcvd: 0                
Preempt Events      : 0                   Preempted Events  : 0                
Mesg Intvl Discards : 0                   Mesg Intvl Errors : 0                
Total Discards      : 0                   Addr List Errors  : 0                
Auth Failures       : 0                   Invalid Pkt Type  : 0                
IP TTL Errors       : 0                   Pkt Length Errors : 0         
===============================================================================

inter-as-label

inter-as-label

Syntax

inter-as-label [next-hop ip-address | backup-next-hop ip-address] [received-label received-label]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp inter-as-label)

Full Context

show router bgp inter-as-label

Description

This command displays BGP inter-AS label information.

Parameters

ip-address

Displays information for the specified IP address.

Values

ipv4-address:

  • a.b.c.d (host bits must be 0)

received-label

Displays information for the received label.

Values

0 to 429496729

Platforms

All

inter-chassis

inter-chassis

Syntax

inter-chassis

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>system inter-chassis)

Full Context

tools perform system inter-chassis

Description

Commands in this context provide inter-chassis tools.

Platforms

7950 XRS

interface

interface

Syntax

interface subscriber-interface [id srrp-id]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>srrp interface)

Full Context

clear router srrp interface

Description

This command clears and resets SRRP interface instances.

Parameters

subscriber-interface

Specifies an existing subscriber interface name up to 32 characters.

srrp-id

Specifies an existing SRRP ID.

Values

1 to 4294967295

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface [{[ip-address | ip-int-name] [interface-type] [ detail] [family]} summary]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id interface)

Full Context

show service id interface

Description

This command displays information for the IP interfaces associated with the service.

If no optional parameters are specified, a summary of all IP interfaces associated to the service are displayed.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the interface for which to display information.

Values

1.0.0.0 — 223.255.255.255

ip-int-name

Specifies the IP interface name for which to display information, 32 characters.

family

Specifies the family to display.

Values

ipv4, ipv6

interface-type

Specifies the interface type.

Values

subscriber, group, redundant

detail

Displays detailed IP interface information.

Default

IP interface summary output

summary

Displays a summary.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of IP interface information, and Show Service-ID Interface Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example

A:cses-V96# /show service id 1 interface
  - interface [{[<ip-address|ip-int-name>] [interface-type] [detail]
    [family]} | summary]
 <ip-int-name|ip-ad*> : ip-int-name    - 32 chars max
                        ipv4-address   - a.b.c.d
                        ipv6-address   - x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x   (eight 16-bit
                                         pieces)
                                         x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d
                                         x - [0..FFFF]H
                                         d - [0..255]D
 <detail>             : keyword - adds details to the display
 <family>             : ipv4|ipv6
 <interface-type>     : subscriber|group|redundant
 <summary>            : keyword - displays summary 
Output Example
*A:ALA-12# show service id 321 interface
===============================================================================
Interface Table
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Type IP-Address         Adm    Opr  Type
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
test                             Pri  10.11.1.1/24       Up     Up   IES
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-12#


A:ALA-49# show service id 88 interface detail
===============================================================================
Interface Table
===============================================================================
Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name      : Sector A
Admin State  : Up                               Oper State       : Down
Protocols    : None

IP Addr/mask : Not Assigned
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description  :
If Index     : 26                               Virt. If Index   : 26
SAP Id       : 7/1/1.2.2
TOS Marking  : Untrusted                        If Type          : IES
SNTP B.Cast  : False                            IES ID           : 88
MAC Address  : Not configured.                  Arp Timeout      : 14400
IP MTU       : 1500                             ICMP Mask Reply  : True
Arp Populate : Disabled
Cflowd       : None

Proxy ARP Details
Proxy ARP    : Enabled                          Local Proxy ARP  : Disabled
Policies     : ProxyARP

DHCP Details
Admin State  : Up                               Lease Populate   : 0
Action       : Keep                             Trusted          : Disabled
ICMP Details
Redirects    : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
Unreachables : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
TTL Expired  : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name      : test
Admin State  : Up                               Oper State       : Down
Protocols    : None
IP Addr/mask : Not Assigned
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description  :
If Index     : 27                               Virt. If Index   : 27
SAP Id       : 10/1/2:0
TOS Marking  : Untrusted                        If Type          : IES
SNTP B.Cast  : False                            IES ID           : 88
MAC Address  : Not configured.                  Arp Timeout      : 14400
IP MTU       : 1500                             ICMP Mask Reply  : True
Arp Populate : Disabled
Cflowd       : None

Proxy ARP Details
Proxy ARP    : Disabled                         Local Proxy ARP  : Disabled

DHCP Details
Admin State  : Up                               Lease Populate   : 0
Action       : Keep                             Trusted          : Disabled

ICMP Details
Redirects    : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
Unreachables : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
TTL Expired  : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 2
===============================================================================
A:ALA-49#


*A:SetupCLI# show service id 3 interface "ab" detail
========================================================================
Interface Table
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface
------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name      : ab
Admin State  : Up                               Oper (v4/v6)     : Down/--
Protocols    : None
 
IP Addr/mask : Not Assigned
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description  : (Not Specified)
If Index     : 2                                Virt. If Index   : 2
Last Oper Chg: 10/08/2009 07:07:58              Global If Index  : 329
SDP Id       : spoke-2000:1
 
Spoke-SDP Details
Admin State  : Up                               Oper State       : Down
Hash Label   : Enabled
Flags              : SvcAdminDown SdpOperDown
                     NoIngVCLabel NoEgrVCLabel
 
TOS Marking  : Trusted                          If Type          : VPRN
SNTP B.Cast  : False
MAC Address  : 76:6d:ff:00:00:00                Arp Timeout      : 14400
IP Oper MTU  : 0                                ICMP Mask Reply  : True
Arp Populate : Disabled                         Host Conn Verify : Disabled
Cflowd       : None
LdpSyncTimer : None
LSR Load Bal*: system
uRPF Chk     : disabled
uRPF Fail By*: 0                                uRPF Chk Fail Pk*: 0
 
Proxy ARP Details
Rem Proxy ARP: Disabled                         Local Proxy ARP  : Disabled
Policies     : none
 
Proxy Neighbor Discovery Details
Local Pxy ND : Disabled
Policies     : none
 
DHCP no local server
 
DHCP Details
Description  : (Not Specified)
Admin State  : Down                             Lease Populate   : 0
Gi-Addr      : Not configured                   Gi-Addr as Src Ip: Disabled
Action       : Keep                             Trusted          : Disabled
 
DHCP Proxy Details
Admin State  : Down
Lease Time   : N/A
Emul. Server : Not configured
 
Subscriber Authentication Details
Auth Policy  : None
 
DHCP6 Relay Details
Description  : (Not Specified)
Admin State  : Down                             Lease Populate   : 0
Oper State   : Down                             Nbr Resolution   : Disabled
If-Id Option : None                             Remote Id        : Disabled
Src Addr     : Not configured
 
DHCP6 Server Details
Admin State  : Down                             Max. Lease States: 8000
 
ICMP Details
Redirects    : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
Unreachables : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
TTL Expired  : Number - 100                     Time (seconds)   - 10
 
IPCP Address Extension Details
Peer IP Addr*: Not configured
Peer Pri DNS*: Not configured
Peer Sec DNS*: Not configured
 
Routed VPLS Details
VPLS Name    :                                  Binding Status   : Up
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
========================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
*A:SetupCLIp#

#  show service id 1000 interface "group-int-1-1" detail
===============================================================================
Interface Table
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name          : group-int-1-1
Sub If Name      : sub-int-1
Red If Name      :
Admin State      : Up                   Oper (v4/v6)      : Up/Up
Protocols        : None
Ignore Port State: None
Ping Template    : N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description      : This is a group interface
If Index         : 16                   Virt. If Index    : 16
Last Oper Chg    : 12/17/2020 12:32:13  Global If Index   : 265
Mon Oper Grp     : None
Srrp En Rtng     : Disabled             Hold time         : N/A
MACSec           : N/A
Group Port       : 1/1/4
TOS Marking      : Untrusted            If Type           : IES Grp
SNTP B.Cast      : False                IES ID            : 1000
MAC Address      : 06:0c:01:01:00:04    Mac Accounting    : Disabled
Ingress stats    : Enabled              IPv6 DAD          : Enabled
TCP MSS V4       : 0                    TCP MSS V6        : 0
ARP Timeout      : 14400s               IPv6 Nbr ReachTime: 30s
ARP Retry Timer  : 5000ms
ARP Limit        : Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Limit    : Disabled
ARP Threshold    : Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Threshold: Disabled
ARP Limit Log On*: Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Log Only : Disabled
IP MTU           : (default)
IP Oper MTU      : 1500
Ignore DF Bit    : Disabled
ARP Populate     : Enabled              Host Conn Verify  : Disabled
SHCV pol         : None
SHCV pol IPv4    : None
SHCV pol IPv6    : None
Cflowd (unicast) : None                 Cflowd (multicast): None
LdpSyncTimer     : None
LSR Load Balance : system
EGR Load Balance : both
Vas If Type      : none
TEID Load Balance: Disabled
SPI Load Balance : Disabled
uRPF Chk         : disabled
uRPF Ipv6 Chk    : disabled
uRPF Select VPRN : False
PTP HW Assist    : Disabled
Rx Pkts          : 3                    Rx Bytes          : 817
Rx V4 Pkts       : 2                    Rx V4 Bytes       : 608
Rx V4 Help. Pkts : 0                    Rx V4 Help. Bytes : 0
Rx V6 Pkts       : 1                    Rx V6 Bytes       : 209
Tx Pkts          : 0                    Tx Bytes          : 0
Tx V4 Pkts       : 0                    Tx V4 Bytes       : 0
Tx V4 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V4 Discard Byt*: 0
Tx V6 Pkts       : 0                    Tx V6 Bytes       : 0
Tx V6 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V6 Discard Byt*: 0
Tx DBcast Dis. P*: 0                    Tx DBcast Dis. By*: 0
Mpls Rx Pkts     : 0                    Mpls Rx Bytes     : 0
Mpls Tx Pkts     : 0                    Mpls Tx Bytes     : 0
GRE Termination  : Disabled
Inter-AS selective ILM untrusted      : Disabled
Untrusted default forwarding          : forward
OperDCpuProtPlcy : N/A
IP-Helper Address: Disabled
Static Delay     : <none>
Proxy ARP Details
Rem Proxy ARP    : Disabled             Local Proxy ARP   : Enabled
Policies         : none
Proxy Neighbor Discovery Details
Local Pxy ND     : Disabled
Policies         : none
DHCP no local server
DHCP Details
Description  : (Not Specified)
Filter-Id        : None
Admin State      : Up                   Lease Populate    : 1
Servers          : 192.0.2.3
Gi-Addr          : 10.250.13.254        Gi-Addr as Src Ip : Enabled
* = inferred gi-address from interface IP address
Action           : Keep                 Trusted           : Enabled
Match CircId     : Disabled             MAC from L2 Hdr   : Disabled
Fixed L2 MAC     : N/A
User-DB          : N/A
Client Appls     : DHCP
Python policy    : N/A
DHCP Proxy Details
Admin State      : Up
Lease Time       : 0d 00:15:00          Radius Override   : False
Emul. Server     : Not configured
DHCP Relay Proxy Details
Relay ucast      : none
Siaddr ovr       : N/A
DHCP Offer Selection Details
Discover Delay   : N/A
Client MAC       : N/A
Discover Delay  : N/A
Subscriber Authentication Details
Auth Policy      : None
Diam app plcy    : None
DHCP6 Details
User Db          : ludb-1
If-Id Option     : AsciiTuple           Remote Id         : Disabled
PD Mngd Route    : Enabled              PD Mngd Route NH  : ipv6
Override SLAAC   : Disabled
Filter-id        : No
User-ident       : mac
Python policy    :
DHCP6 Snooping Details
Admin State      : Down
DHCP6 Proxy Details
Admin State      : Down
Renew Timer      : 0d 00:30:00          Rebind Timer      : 0d 00:48:00
Valid LT         : 1d 00:00:00          Pref LT           : 0d 01:00:00
Applications     : DHCP6
Server Id        : duid-ll
DHCP6 Relay Details
Description      : (Not Specified)
Admin State      : Up                   Applications      : DHCP6
Oper State       : Up
Link Address     : Not configured
Servers          : 2001:db8::3
Source Address   : Not configured
DHCP6 Relay Advertise Selection Details
Solicit Delay    : N/A                  Preference        : N/A
Client MAC       : N/A
Solicit Delay   : N/A                  Preference        : N/A
DHCP6 Lease Split Details
Admin State      : Up
Valid LT         : 0d 00:15:00
IPv6 Bridging Details
IPoE Bridging    : Disabled
IPoE Linking Details
Admin State      : Down
Share CircId     : Disabled
Grat Rtr-Adv     : Disabled
ARP host
Admin State      : outOfService         Min Auth Interval : 15 minutes
Host Limit       : 1                    SAP Host Limit    : 1
Data trigger
Admin state      : disabled
ICMP Details
Redirects        : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
Unreachables     : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
TTL Expired      : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
Parameter Problem: Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
ICMP Mask Reply  : True
ICMPv6 Details
Packet Too Big   : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
Parameter Problem: Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
Redirects        : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
Time Exceeded    : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
Unreachables     : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10
IPCP Address Extension Details
Peer IP Addr     : Not configured
Peer Pri DNS Addr: Not configured
Peer Sec DNS Addr: Not configured
IPoE Details
Description      : (Not Specified)
Last Mgmt Chg    : 12/16/2020 13:24:15
Session Limit    : N/A                            SAP Session Limit: 2
IPoE Policy      : ipoe-policy-1                  Admin State      : Up
User-DB          : ludb-1
Min Auth Interval: 60 seconds
Force Auth       : Disabled
Stateless red.   : disabled
PPPoE Details
Description  : (Not Specified)
Last Mgmt Chg: 12/16/2020 13:24:11
Session Limit: 1                                  SAP Session Limit: 1
PPPoE Policy : default                            Admin State      : Down
User-DB      : N/A
PPP Details
Description  : (Not Specified)
Last Mgmt Chg    : 12/16/2020 13:24:11
Session Limit    : 1
PPP Policy       : default              Admin State       : Down
User-DB          : N/A
===============================================================================
SAP(Summary), Service 1000 Interface group-int-1-1
===============================================================================
PortId                          SvcId      Ing.  Ing.    Egr.  Egr.   Adm  Opr
                                           QoS   Fltr    QoS   Fltr
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[1/1/4:2111.51]                 1000       1     none    1     none   Up   Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of SAPs : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Managed SAPs : 1, indicated by [<sap-id>]
Flags : (I) = Idle MSAP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
Network Domains Associated
default
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Groups
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Srlg Groups
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
QoS Queue-Group Redirection Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress FP QGrp  : (none)               Egress Port QGrp  : (none)
Ing FP QGrp Inst : (none)               Egr Port QGrp Inst: (none)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.

The Oper Hash Label and Hash Lbl Sig Cap spoke SDP fields display when signal-capability is enabled and operational state of hash-label in datapath.


------------------------------------------------------------------------
Service Destination Points(SDPs)      
------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Sdp Id 1:555  -(10.2.2.2)  
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description     : (Not Specified)
SDP Id             : 1:555                    Type              : Spoke
Spoke Descr     : (Not Specified)
VC Type            : Ether                    VC Tag            : n/a
Admin Path MTU     : 0                        Oper Path MTU     : 1568
Far End            : 10.2.2.2                 Delivery          : MPLS
Tunnel Far End     : n/a                      LSP Types         : RSVP
Hash Label         : Disabled                 Hash Lbl Sig Cap  : Disabled
Oper Hash Label    : Disabled                 
 
Admin State        : Up                       Oper State        : Up
Acct. Pol          : None                     Collect Stats     : Disabled
Ingress Label      : 131065                   Egress Label      : 131059
Ingr Mac Fltr-Id   : n/a                      Egr Mac Fltr-Id   : n/a
Ingr IP Fltr-Id    : n/a                      Egr IP Fltr-Id    : n/a
Ingr IPv6 Fltr-Id  : n/a                      Egr IPv6 Fltr-Id  : n/a
Admin ControlWord  : Not Preferred            Oper ControlWord  : False
Admin BW(Kbps)     : 0                        Oper BW(Kbps)     : 0
Last Status Change : 11/25/2010 13:06:14      Signaling         : TLDP
Last Mgmt Change   : 11/24/2010 13:00:48      Force Vlan-Vc     : Disabled
Endpoint           : N/A                      Precedence        : 4
PW Status Sig      : Enabled                  
Class Fwding State : Down                     
Flags              : None
Peer Pw Bits       : None
Peer Fault Ip      : None                     
Peer Vccv CV Bits  : lspPing
Peer Vccv CC Bits  : mplsRouterAlertLabel
Application Profile: None                     
Standby Sig Slave  : False    

……
……
========================================================================

ping-template information can be displayed and extracted using the detail parameter and the match statement below.

show service id 12101 interface "int-PE-2-CE-101" detail | match "Ping Template Values in Use" post-lines 29
Ping Template Values in Use
Name             : base-template
Description      : Basic standard template
Dscp             : nc1
Dot1p            : 7
Interval         : 60
Timeout          : 5
Failure Threshold: 4
React Fail Thresh: 3
React Interval   : 1
React Timeout    : 1
React Threshold  : 3
Size             : 56
TTL              : 1
Ping Template Operational Data
Admin State      : Up
Destination      : 172.16.101.2
Current Interval : Interval
Current State    : Success
Ping Template Counters
Fail Counter     : 0
Pass Counter     : 444
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Table 14. Show Service-ID Interface Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Interface-Name

The name used to refer to the interface.

Type

Specifies the interface type.

IP-Address

Specifies the IP address/IP subnet/broadcast address of the interface.

Adm

The desired state of the interface.

Opr

The operating state of the interface.

Interface

If Name

The name used to refer to the interface.

Admin State

The desired state of the interface.

Oper State

The operating state of the interface.

IP Addr/mask

Specifies the IP address/IP subnet/broadcast address of the interface.

Ignore Port State

Indicates whether or not the tools perform service id service-id interface ip-int-name ignore-sap port-state command has been executed for a service interface directly connected to a SAP:

none — The command has not been executed for or accepted by the interface.

active — The command has been executed and accepted, and the port state check is currently being bypassed for the interface.

pending — The command has been executed and accepted, but the port state for the interface is already operational.

Details

If Index

The index corresponding to this interface. The primary index is 1. For example, all interfaces are defined in the Base virtual router context.

If Type

Specifies the interface type.

Port Id

Specifies the SAP’s port ID.

SNTP B.Cast

Specifies whether SNTP broadcast client mode is enabled or disabled.

Arp Timeout

Specifies the timeout for an ARP entry learned on the

interface.

MAC Address

Specifies the 48-bit IEEE 802.3 MAC address.

ICMP Mask Reply

Specifies whether ICMP mask reply is enabled or disabled.

Cflowd

Specifies whether cflowd collection and analysis on the interface is enabled or disabled.

ICMP Details

Redirects

Specifies the rate for ICMP redirect messages.

Unreachables

Specifies the rate for ICMP unreachable messages.

TTL Expired

Specifies the rate for ICMP TTL messages.

Admin State (DHCP6 Lease Split)

DHCPv6 lease split admin state (subscriber and group interfaces only)

Valid LT

DHCPv6 lease split valid lifetime (subscriber and group interfaces only)

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] [group] [ grp-ip-address] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>igmp interface)

Full Context

show router igmp interface

Description

This command displays IGMP interface information.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays information associated with the specified IP interface name.

ip-address

Displays information associated with the specified IP address.

group grp-ip-address

Displays IP multicast group address information for the specified group IP address.

detail

Displays detailed IP interface information along with the source group information learned on that interface.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of IGMP interface information. IGMP Fields provides IGMP field descriptions.

Output Example
*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 interface 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Service: 100)
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Adm         Opr(v4/v6)  Mode    Port/SapId    
   IP-Address                                                    PfxState      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP_to_CE                       Up          Up          VPRN    1/1/7         
   10.1.1.1/24                                                   n/a
system                           Up          Up          VPRN    loopback      
   10.20.1.2/32                                                  n/a
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 2
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#

*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 interface IGMP_to_CE 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Service: 100)
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Adm         Opr(v4/v6)  Mode    Port/SapId    
   IP-Address                                                    PfxState      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP_to_CE                       Up          Up          VPRN    1/1/7         
   10.1.1.1/24                                                   n/a
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#

*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 igmp interface              
===============================================================================
IGMP Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface               Adm  Oper Querier         Cfg/Opr Num     Policy       
                                                  Version Groups               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP_to_CE              Up   Up   10.1.1.1        1/1     3       igmppol      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#

*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 igmp interface IGMP_to_CE 
===============================================================================
IGMP Interface IGMP_to_CE
===============================================================================
Interface               Adm  Oper Querier         Cfg/Opr Num     Policy       
                                                  Version Groups               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP_to_CE              Up   Up   10.1.1.1        1/1     3       igmppol      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#

*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 igmp interface 10.1.1.1   
===============================================================================
IGMP Interface 10.1.1.1
===============================================================================
Interface               Adm  Oper Querier         Cfg/Opr Num     Policy       
                                                  Version Groups               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP_to_CE              Up   Up   10.1.1.1        1/1     3       igmppol      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#

*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 igmp interface IGMP_to_CE group 239.1.1.1 
===============================================================================
IGMP Interface IGMP_to_CE
===============================================================================
Interface               Adm  Oper Querier         Cfg/Opr Num     Policy       
                                                  Version Groups               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP_to_CE              Up   Up   10.1.1.1        1/1     3       igmppol      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP Group
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address : 239.1.1.1               Up Time       : 0d 00:03:52            
Interface     : IGMP_to_CE              Expires       : never                  
Last Reporter : 0.0.0.0                 Mode          : exclude                
V1 Host Timer : Not running             Type          : static                 
V2 Host Timer : Not running             Compat Mode   : IGMP Version 3         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#

*A:ALA-BA# show router 100 igmp interface IGMP_to_CE group 239.1.1.1 detail 
===============================================================================
IGMP Interface IGMP_to_CE
===============================================================================
Interface          : IGMP_to_CE                                                
Admin Status       : Up                 Oper Status        : Up                
Querier            : 10.1.1.1           Querier Up Time    : 0d 00:04:01       
Querier Expiry Time: N/A                Time for next query: 0d 00:13:42       
Admin/Oper version : 1/1                Num Groups         : 3                 
Policy             : igmppol            Subnet Check       : Disabled          
Max Groups Allowed : 16000              Max Groups Till Now: 3                 
MCAC Policy Name   :                    MCAC Const Adm St  : Enable            
MCAC Max Unconst BW: no limit           MCAC Max Mand BW   : no limit          
MCAC In use Mand BW: 0                  MCAC Avail Mand BW : unlimited         
MCAC In use Opnl BW: 0                  MCAC Avail Opnl BW : unlimited         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IGMP Group
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address : 239.1.1.1               Up Time       : 0d 00:04:02            
Interface     : IGMP_to_CE              Expires       : never                  
Last Reporter : 0.0.0.0                 Mode          : exclude                
V1 Host Timer : Not running             Type          : static                 
V2 Host Timer : Not running             Compat Mode   : IGMP Version 3         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-BA#
Table 15. IGMP Fields

Label

Description

Interface

The interfaces that participate in the IGMP protocol.

Adm

Admin Status

The administrative state for the IGMP protocol on this interface.

Oper

Oper Status

The current operational state of IGMP protocol on the interface.

Querier

The address of the IGMP querier on the IP subnet to which the interface is attached.

Querier Up Time

The time since the querier was last elected as querier.

Querier Expiry Timer

The time remaining before the querier ages out. If the querier is the local interface address, the value will be zero.

Cfg/Opr Version

Admin/Oper version

Cfg — The configured version of IGMP running on this interface. For IGMP to function correctly, all routers on a LAN must be configured to run the same version of IGMP on that LAN.

Opr — The operational version of IGMP running on this interface. If the cfg value is 3 but all of the routers in the local subnet of this interface use IGMP version v1 or v2, the operational version will be v1 or v2.

Num Groups

The number of multicast groups which have been learned by the router on the interface.

Policy

The policy that is to be applied on the interface.

Group Address

The IP multicast group address for which this entry contains information.

Up Time

The time since this source group entry got created.

Last Reporter

The IP address of the source of the last membership report received for this IP Multicast group address on this interface. If no membership report has been received, this object has the value 0.0.0.0.

Mode

The mode is based on the type of membership report(s) received on the interface for the group. In the 'include' mode, reception of packets sent to the specified multicast address is requested only from those IP source addresses listed in the source-list parameter of the IGMP membership report. In 'exclude' mode, reception of packets sent to the given multicast address is requested from all IP source addresses except those listed in the source-list parameter.

V1 Host Timer

The time remaining until the local router will assume that there are no longer any IGMP version 1 members on the IP subnet attached to this interface. Upon hearing any IGMPv1 Membership Report, this value is reset to the group membership timer. While this time remaining is non-zero, the local router ignores any IGMPv2 Leave messages for this group that it receives on this interface.

V2 Host Timer

The time remaining until the local router will assume that there are no longer any IGMP version 2 members on the IP subnet attached to this interface. Upon hearing any IGMPv2 Membership Report, this value is reset to the group membership timer. While this time remaining is non-zero, the local router ignores any IGMPv3 Leave messages for this group that it receives on this interface.

Type

Indicates how this group entry was learned. If this group entry was learned by IGMP, it will be set to "dynamic”. For statically configured groups, the value will be set to 'static'.

Compat Mode

Used in order for routers to be compatible with older version routers. IGMPv3 hosts must operate in version 1 and version 2 compatibility modes. IGMPv3 hosts must keep state per local interface regarding the compatibility mode of each attached network. A host's compatibility mode is determined from the Host Compatibility Mode variable which can be in one of three states: IGMPv1, IGMPv2 or IGMPv3. This variable is kept per interface and is dependent on the version of General Queries heard on that interface as well as the Older Version Querier Present timers for the interface.

interface

Syntax

interface

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id>spb interface)

Full Context

show service id spb interface

Description

This command displays SPB interfaces.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service SPB interface information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-A# show service id 100001 spb interface
===============================================================================
ISIS Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                        Level CircID  Oper State   L1/L2 Metric
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
sap:1/1/20:500                   L1    65536   Up           10/-
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================

interface

Syntax

interface [{ip-int-name | ip-address}] [urpf-stats] [statistics] [hold-time]

interface [{ip-int-name | ip-address}] policy-accounting [class] [index]

interface {ip-int-name | ip-address} mac [ieee-address]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router interface)

Full Context

clear router interface

Description

This command clears IP interface statistics.

If no IP interface is specified either by IP interface name or IP address, the command will perform the clear operation on all IP interfaces.

Parameters

ip-int-name | ip-address

Specifies IP interface name or IP interface address.

Values

ip-int-name: 32 chars max

ip-address: a.b.c.d

Default

all IP interfaces

urpf-stats

Resets the statistics associated with uRPF failures.

statistics

Resets the IP interface traffic statistics.

hold-time

Clears the IP interface activation hold time.

policy-accounting

Clears the accounting statistics.

class

Specifies whether to clear source class counters or destination class counters.

Values

source-class, dest-class

index

Specifies the source or destination class index.

Values

1 to 255

ieee-address

Specifies the MAC address.

Values

xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface interface-name [vrid virtual-router-id]

interface interface-name vrid virtual-router-id ipv6

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>vrrp interface)

Full Context

clear router vrrp interface

Description

This command resets VRRP protocol instances on an IP interface.

Parameters

interface-name

Specifies the IP interface to reset the VRRP protocol instances.

virtual-router-id

Resets the VRRP protocol instance for the specified VRID on the IP interface.

Default

All VRIDs on the IP interface.

Values

1 to 255

ipv6

Clears IPv6 information for the specified interface.

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface ip-int-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>service>id interface)

[Tree] (tools>dump>service>id interface)

Full Context

tools perform service id interface

tools dump service id interface

Description

This command specifies an IP interface for which service debugging tools are enabled.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies the name of the IP interface, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface [{{[{ip-address | ip-int-name}] [ detail] [family]} | summary | exclude-services}]

interface {ip-address | ip-int-name} eth-cfm [ detail]

interface {ip-address | ip-int-name} mac [ ieee-address]

interface {ip-address | ip-int-name} statistics

interface {ip-address | ip-int-name} dist-cpu-protection [ detail]

interface {ip-address | ip-int-name} policy-accounting [ class [index]]

interface description

interface global-if-index global-if-index [ family] [detail]

interface global-if-index global-if-index statistics

Context

[Tree] (show>router interface)

Full Context

show router interface

Description

This command displays the router IP interface table sorted by interface index.

Parameters

ip-address

Displays the interface information associated with the specified IP address.

Values

ipv4-address

a.b.c.d (host bits must be 0)

ipv6-address

x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

where:

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

ip-int-name

Displays the interface information associated with the specified IP interface name, up to 32 characters.

detail

Displays detailed IP interface information. For dist-cpu-protection, detail includes the adapted operational rate parameters in the CLI output. The adapted Oper. parameters are only applicable if the policer is instantiated (for example, if the associated forwarding plane is operational, or for an interface if there is a physical port configured for the interface, or if the dynamic policers are allocated), otherwise values of 0 kb/s, and so on, are displayed.and includes the adapted operational rate parameters in the CLI output. The adapted Oper. parameters are only applicable if the policer is instantiated (for example, if the associated forwarding plane is operational, or for an interface if there is a physical port configured for the interface, or if the dynamic policers are allocated), otherwise values of 0 kb/s, and so on, are displayed.

family

Specifies the router IP interface family to display.

Values

ipv4 — Displays only those peers that have the IPv4 family enabled.

ipv6 — Displays the peers that are IPv6-capable.

summary

Displays summary IP interface information for the router.

exclude-services

Displays IP interface information, excluding IP interfaces configured for customer services. Only core network IP interfaces are displayed.

eth-cfm

Displays Ethernet CFM information.

mac

Displays information associated with the MAC address.

ieee-address

Displays the information associated with the specified IEEE address. The address is in the xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx or xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx format.

statistics

Displays packet statistics for an interface on the router.

Note:

The show router interface statistics command also shows the MPLS statistics that are shown in using the show router mpls interface statistics command. This allows the operator to see MPLS statistics from interfaces that are not added to MPLS, such as a carrier's network interfaces. Output Example for an example of the MPLS fields that are displayed. These fields are displayed regardless of the state of MPLS.

dist-cpu-protection

Displays the distributed CPU protection parameters and status at the interface level.

class

Indicates whether to display accounting policy statistics for the source or destination class.

Values

source-class, dest-class

index

Specifies an integer value for the accounting source or destination class index.

Values

1 to 255

description

Displays all interfaces in all routing contexts.

global-if-index

Specifies the global interface index value.

Values

1 to 262144

Platforms

All

Output

Standard IP Interface Output—The following output is an example of standard IP interface information, and Standard IP Interface Field Descriptions describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show router Base interface description 
===============================================================================
Router Interface Summary
===============================================================================
Port/SAP                       Admin Oper   Description
                                     v4/v6  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                         Up    Up/Dn  
1/1/2                          Up    Up/Dn  this is the interface towards dut-d
1/1/3                          Up    Up/Dn  
1/1/1                          Up    Up/Dn  
1/1/10                         Up    Dn/Dn  interface_ies_1-with a long
                                            description that wraps to multiple
                                            lines.
**A:Dut-B# show router 20 interface description 
===============================================================================
Router Interface Summary
===============================================================================
Port/SAP                       Admin Oper   Description
                                     v4/v6  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/11                         Up    Dn/Dn  This is a very long description
                                            for the interface vprn_1 which
                                            belogns to vprn 1
===============================================================================
*A:SwSim100# show router interface "to101port1-1" 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Router: Base)
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Adm       Opr(v4/v6)  Mode    Port/SapId      
   IP-Address                                                  PfxState        
   MACSec       admin    subport     encap     ca       
   status                          
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
to101port1-1                     Up        Up/Down     Network 1/1/c1/1        
   100.101.1.1/24                                              n/a             
   Enabled     5         un-tag      ca-5
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:SwSim100# show router interface 
===========================================================================
Interface Table (Router: Base)
===========================================================================
Interface-Name                   Adm       Opr(v4/v6)  Mode    Port/SapId
   IPAddress     MACSec sp                                          PfxState
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
loop1                            Up        Up/Down     Network loopback
   100.0.1.100/32                na                                n/a
loop2                            Up        Up/Down     Network loopback
   100.0.2.100/32                na                                n/a
system                           Up        Up/Down     Network system
   100.0.0.100/32                na                                n/a
to101port1-1                     Up        Up/Down     Network 1/1/c1/1
   100.101.1.1/24                10                                n/a
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 4

A:ALA-A# show router interface 10.10.0.3/32
===============================================================================
Interface Table                                                                
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Type IP-Address         Adm    Opr  Mode      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                           Pri  10.10.0.3/32       Up     Up   Network   
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A#


A:ALA-A# show router interface exclude-services
===============================================================================
Interface Table                                                                
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Type IP-Address         Adm    Opr  Mode      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                           Pri  10.10.0.3/32       Up     Up   Network   
to-ser1                          Pri  10.10.13.3/24      Up     Up   Network   
to-ser4                          Pri  10.10.34.3/24      Up     Up   Network   
to-ser5                          Pri  10.10.35.3/24      Up     Up   Network   
to-ser6                          n/a  n/a                Up     Down Network   
management                       Pri  192.168.2.93/20    Up     Up   Network   
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A#
*A:DUT-A>config>router# /show router interface "second" policy-accounting 
 
===============================================================================
Accounting Statistics
===============================================================================
If Name            : second             
Admin State        : Up                 Oper State (v4/v6) : Up/Down
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Class              : source-class 1     
Rx Fwd Packets     : 0                  Rx Fwd Bytes       : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Class              : source-class 10    
Rx Fwd Packets     : 0                  Rx Fwd Bytes       : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Class              : dest-class 1       Policer            : 1
Rx Fwd Packets     : 0                  Rx Fwd Bytes       : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Class              : dest-class 2       Policer            : 5
Rx Fwd Packets     : 2000               Rx Fwd Bytes       : 356000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Class              : dest-class 10      Policer            : 10
Rx Fwd Packets     : 0                  Rx Fwd Bytes       : 0
===============================================================================
Policer Stats
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer            : 1                  
Drop Packets       : 0                  Drop Bytes         : 0
Fwd Packets        : 0                  Fwd Bytes          : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer            : 2                  
Drop Packets       : 0                  Drop Bytes         : 0
Fwd Packets        : 0                  Fwd Bytes          : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer            : 5                  
Drop Packets       : 1891               Drop Bytes         : 378200
Fwd Packets        : 109                Fwd Bytes          : 21800
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer            : 10                 
Drop Packets       : 0                  Drop Bytes         : 0
Fwd Packets        : 0                  Fwd Bytes          : 0
===============================================================================
Table 16. Standard IP Interface Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Interface-Name

IF Name

The IP interface name

Type

n/a — no IP address has been assigned to the IP interface, so the IP address type is not applicable

Pri — the IP address for the IP interface is the Primary address on the IP interface

Sec — the IP address for the IP interface is a secondary address on the IP interface

IP-Address

The IP address and subnet mask length of the IP interface

n/a — indicates no IP address has been assigned to the IP interface

Adm

Admin State

Down — the IP interface is administratively disabled

Up — the IP interface is administratively enabled

Opr

Oper State

Down — the IP interface is operationally disabled

Up — the IP interface is operationally disabled

Mode

Network — the IP interface is a network/core IP interface

Service — the IP interface is a service IP interface

Port/SAP Id

The physical network port or the SAP identifier associated with the IP interface

MACSec

Lists the MACsec settings for the IP interface

Class

Specifies the source or destination class index

Policer

The policer ID

Rx Fwd Packets

The number of received forwarded packets

Rx Fwd Bytes

The number of received forwarded bytes

Drop Packets

The number of dropped packets

Drop Bytes

The number of dropped bytes

Fwd Packets

The number of forwarded packets

Fwd Bytes

The number of forwarded bytes

Detailed IP Interface Output — The following output is an example of detailed IP interface information, and Detailed IP Interface Field Descriptions describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:SwSim100# show router interface "to101port1-1" detail 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Router: Base)
===============================================================================
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name          : to101port1-1
Admin State      : Up                   Oper (v4/v6)      : Up/Down
Down Reason V6   : ifProtoOperDown
Protocols        : OSPFv2 ISIS LDP
IP Addr/mask     : 100.101.1.1/24       Address Type      : Primary
IGP Inhibit      : Disabled             Broadcast Address : Host-ones
HoldUp-Time      : 0                    Track Srrp Inst   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description      : (Not Specified)
If Index         : 4                    Virt. If Index    : 4
Last Oper Chg    : 07/23/2018 17:55:49  Global If Index   : 3
Lag Link Map Prof: none                 
Lag Per Link Hash                     
Class            : 1                    Weight            : 1
Port Id          : 1/1/c1/1
Macsec: enabled, subport 5, encap-match un-tag, ca ca-5
TOS Marking      : Trusted              If Type           : Network
*A:Dut-B>config>router>if# show router interface "to-ASBR-F" detail 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Router: Base)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name          : to-ASBR-F
Admin State      : Up                   Oper (v4/v6)      : Up/Up
Protocols        : ISIS MPLS RSVP LDP
IP Addr/mask     : 10.10.14.2/24        Address Type      : Primary
IGP Inhibit      : Disabled             Broadcast Address : Host-ones
HoldUp-Time      : 0                    Track Srrp Inst   : 0
IPv6 Address     : 3ffe::a0a:e02/120
IPv6 Address Type: Primary
IPv6 Addr State  : PREFERRED            
CGA modifier     : (Not Specified)
HoldUp-Time      : 0                    Track Srrp Inst   : 0
Link Lcl Address : fe80::208b:1ff:fe01:8/64
Link Lcl State   : PREFERRED            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description      : (Not Specified)
If Index         : 4                    Virt. If Index    : 4
Last Oper Chg    : 10/15/2018 15:43:04  Global If Index   : 3
Lag Link Map Prof: none                 
Lag Per Link Hash
Class            : 1                    Weight            : 1
Port Id          : 1/1/8
TOS Marking      : Trusted              If Type           : Network
Egress Filter    : none                 Ingress Filter    : none
Egr IPv6 Flt     : none                 Ingr IPv6 Flt     : none
SNTP B.Cast      : False                Network QoS Policy: 1
MAC Address      : 22:8b:01:01:00:08    Mac Accounting    : Disabled
Ingress stats    : Disabled             IPv6 DAD          : Enabled
TCP MSS V4       : 0                    TCP MSS V6        : 0
ARP Timeout      : 14400s               IPv6 Nbr ReachTime: 30s
ARP Retry Timer  : 5000ms               IPv6 stale time   : 14400s
ARP Limit        : Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Limit    : Disabled
ARP Threshold    : Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Threshold: Disabled
ARP Limit Log On*: Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Log Only : Disabled
ARP Learn Unsoli*: Disabled             ND Learn Unsolici*: None
ARP Proactive Re*: Disabled             ND Proactive Refr*: None
IP MTU           : (default)            
IP Oper MTU      : 1500                 
ARP Populate     : Disabled             
Cflowd (unicast) : None                 Cflowd (multicast): None
LdpSyncTimer     : None                 Strip-Label       : Disabled
LSR Load Balance : system               
EGR Load Balance : both                 
Vas If Type      : none                 
TEID Load Balance: Disabled             
SPI Load Balance : Disabled             
uRPF Chk         : disabled             
uRPF Ipv6 Chk    : disabled             
uRPF Select VPRN : False                
PTP HW Assist    : Disabled             
Rx Pkts          : 996                  Rx Bytes          : 94024
Rx V4 Pkts       : N/A                  Rx V4 Bytes       : N/A
Rx V6 Pkts       : N/A                  Rx V6 Bytes       : N/A
Tx Pkts          : 1583                 Tx Bytes          : 153481
Tx V4 Pkts       : 1161                 Tx V4 Bytes       : 110788
Tx V4 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V4 Discard Byt*: 0
Tx V6 Pkts       : 422                  Tx V6 Bytes       : 42693
Tx V6 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V6 Discard Byt*: 0
Tx DBcast Dis. P*: 0                    Tx DBcast Dis. By*: 0
Mpls Rx Pkts     : 249                  Mpls Rx Bytes     : 24301
Mpls Tx Pkts     : 340                  Mpls Tx Bytes     : 32109
GRE Termination  : Disabled             
Inter-AS selective ILM untrusted      : Disabled
Untrusted default forwarding          : forward
Table 17. Detailed IP Interface Field Descriptions

Label

Description

If Name

The IP interface name

Admin State

Down — the IP interface is administratively disabled

Up — the IP interface is administratively enabled

Oper (v4/v6)

Down — the IP interface is operationally disabled

Up — the IP interface is operationally enabled

IP Addr/mask

The IP address and subnet mask length of the IP interface

Not Assigned — indicates no IP address has been assigned to the IP interface

IPv6 Addr

The IPv6 address of the interface

If Index

The interface index of the IP router interface

Virt If Index

The virtual interface index of the IP router interface

Last Oper Change

The last change in operational status

Global If Index

The global interface index of the IP router interface

Sap ID

The SAP identifier

TOS Marking

The ToS byte value in the logged packet

If Type

Network — the IP interface is a network/core IP interface

Service — the IP interface is a service IP interface

SNTP B.cast

Displays if the broadcast-client global parameter is configured

IES ID

The IES identifier

QoS Policy

The QoS policy ID associated with the IP interface

MAC Address

The MAC address of the interface

Arp Timeout

The ARP timeout for the interface, in seconds, which is the time an ARP entry is maintained in the ARP cache without being refreshed

ICMP Mask Reply

False — the IP interface will not reply to a received ICMP mask request

True — the IP interface will reply to a received ICMP mask request

Arp Populate

Displays whether ARP is enabled or disabled

Host Conn Verify

The host connectivity verification

LdpSyncTimer

Specifies the IGP/LDP sync timer value

uRPF Chk

Specifies whether unicast RPF (uRPF) Check is enabled on this interface

uRPF Iv6 Chk

Specifies whether unicast RPF (uRPF) Check IPv6 is enabled on this interface

PTP HW Assist

Specifies whether the PTP Hardware Assist function is enabled on this interface

cflowd

Specifies the type of cflowd analysis that is applied to the interface

acl — ACL cflowd analysis is applied to the interface

interface — interface cflowd analysis is applied to the interface

none — no cflowd analysis is applied to the interface

Inter-AS selective ILM untrusted

Specifies whether the inter-AS selective ILM untrusted function is enabled on this interface

Untrusted default forwarding

Specifies whether the untrusted default forwarding function is enabled on this interface

Statistics IP Interface Output — The following output is an example of router IP interface statistics when enable-interface-statistics is enabled, and Statistics IP Interface Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-A# show router interface "to_ixia” statistics 
===============================================================================
Interface Statistics
===============================================================================
If Name          : to_Ixia
Admin State      : Up                   Oper (v4/v6)      : Up/Up
Rx Pkts          : 6244                 Rx Bytes          : 599424
Rx V4 Pkts       : 3122                 Rx V4 Bytes       : 299712
Rx V6 Pkts       : 3122                 Rx V6 Bytes       : 299712
Tx Pkts          : 0                    Tx Bytes          : 0
Tx V4 Pkts       : 0                    Tx V4 Bytes       : 0
Tx V4 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V4 Discard Byt*: 0
Tx V6 Pkts       : 0                    Tx V6 Bytes       : 0
Tx V6 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V6 Discard Byt*: 0
uRPF Chk Fail Pk*: 6244                 uRPF Fail Bytes   : 487032
uRPF Fail V4 Pk  : 3122                 uRPF Fail V4 Byt  : 243516
uRPF Fail V6 Pk  : 3122                 uRPF Fail V6 Byt  : 243516
Mpls Rx Pkts     : 0                    Mpls Rx Bytes     : 0
Mpls Tx Pkts     : 0                    Mpls Tx Bytes     : 0
===============================================================================
Table 18. Statistics IP Interface Fields

Label

Description

Ifname

The interface name

Admin State

The administrative status of the router interface

Oper

The operational status of the router instance

Summary IP Interface Output — The following output is an example of summary IP information, and Summary IP Interface Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-A# show router interface summary
===============================================================================
Router Summary (Interfaces)                                                    
===============================================================================
Instance  Router Name                       Interfaces    Admin-Up   Oper-Up   
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         Base                              7             7          5         
===============================================================================

Table 19. Summary IP Interface Fields

Label

Description

Instance

The router instance number

Router Name

The name of the router instance

Interfaces

The number of IP interfaces in the router instance

Admin-Up

The number of administratively enabled IP interfaces in the router instance

Oper-Up

The number of operationally enabled IP interfaces in the router instance

Global-if-index Output — The following output is an example of summary global-if-index information, and Global-if-index Interface Field Descriptions describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:SwSim102# show router interface global-if-index 1 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Router: Base)
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                   Adm       Opr(v4/v6)  Mode    Port/SapId
   IP-Address                                                  PfxState
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
loop1                            Up        Up/Down     Network loopback
   100.0.1.2/32                                                n/a
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:SwSim102# show router interface global-if-index 1 detail 
===============================================================================
Interface Table (Router: Base)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If Name          : loop1
Admin State      : Up                   Oper (v4/v6)      : Up/Down
Down Reason V6   : ifProtoOperDown
Protocols        : OSPFv2
IP Addr/mask     : 100.0.1.2/32         Address Type      : Primary
IGP Inhibit      : Disabled             Broadcast Address : Host-ones
HoldUp-Time      : 0                    Track Srrp Inst   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description      : (Not Specified)
If Index         : 2                    Virt. If Index    : 2
Last Oper Chg    : 03/15/2018 01:00:02  Global If Index   : 1
Lag Link Map Prof: none                 
Lag Per Link Hash                     
Class            : 1                    Weight            : 1
Port Id          : loopback
TOS Marking      : Trusted              If Type           : Network
Egress Filter    : none                 Ingress Filter    : none
Egr IPv6 Flt     : none                 Ingr IPv6 Flt     : none
SNTP B.Cast      : False                Network QoS Policy: 1
MAC Address      : d6:ce:ff:00:00:00    Mac Accounting    : Disabled
Ingress stats    : Disabled             IPv6 DAD          : Enabled
TCP MSS V4       : 0                    TCP MSS V6        : 0
ARP Timeout      : 14400s               IPv6 Nbr ReachTime: 30s
ARP Retry Timer  : 5000ms               IPv6 stale time   : 14400s
ARP Limit        : Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Limit    : Disabled
ARP Threshold    : Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Threshold: Disabled
ARP Limit Log On*: Disabled             IPv6 Nbr Log Only : Disabled
ARP Learn Unsoli*: Disabled             ND Learn Unsolici*: None
ARP Proactive Re*: Disabled             ND Proactive Refr*: None
IP MTU           : (default)            
IP Oper MTU      : 1500                 
ARP Populate     : Disabled             
Cflowd (unicast) : None                 Cflowd (multicast): None
LdpSyncTimer     : None                 Strip-Label       : Disabled
LSR Load Balance : system               
EGR Load Balance : both                 
Vas If Type      : none                 
TEID Load Balance: Disabled             
SPI Load Balance : Disabled             
uRPF Chk         : disabled             
uRPF Ipv6 Chk    : disabled             
uRPF Select VPRN : False                
Rx Pkts          : 0                    Rx Bytes          : 0
Rx V4 Pkts       : N/A                  Rx V4 Bytes       : N/A
Rx DBcast Drop P*: 0                    Rx DBcast Drop By*: 0
Rx V6 Pkts       : N/A                  Rx V6 Bytes       : N/A
Tx Pkts          : 0                    Tx Bytes          : 0
Tx V4 Pkts       : 0                    Tx V4 Bytes       : 0
Tx V4 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V4 Discard Byt*: 0
Tx V6 Pkts       : 0                    Tx V6 Bytes       : 0
Tx V6 Discard Pk*: 0                    Tx V6 Discard Byt*: 0
Mpls Rx Pkts     : 0                    Mpls Rx Bytes     : 0
Mpls Tx Pkts     : 0                    Mpls Tx Bytes     : 0
OperDCpuProtPlcy : N/A                  
Proxy ARP Details
Rem Proxy ARP    : Disabled             Local Proxy ARP   : Disabled
Policies         : none                 
                                      
Proxy Neighbor Discovery Details
Local Pxy ND     : Disabled             
Policies         : none                 
ICMP Details
Redirects        : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
Unreachables     : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
TTL Expired      : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
Parameter Problem: Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
ICMP Mask Reply  : True
ICMPv6 Details
Packet Too Big   : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
Parameter Problem: Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
Redirects        : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
Time Exceeded    : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
Unreachables     : Number - 100         Time (seconds)   - 10   
IPCP Address Extension Details
Peer IP Addr     : Not configured       
Peer Pri DNS Addr: Not configured       
Peer Sec DNS Addr: Not configured       
                                      
Network Domains Associated
default
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Groups
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Srlg Groups
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
QoS Queue-Group Redirection Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress FP QGrp  : (none)               Egress Port QGrp  : (none)
Ing FP QGrp Inst : (none)               Egr Port QGrp Inst: (none)
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
Table 20. Global-if-index Interface Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Interface-Name

The IP interface name

Type

n/a — no IP address has been assigned to the IP interface, so the IP address type is not applicable

Pri — the IP address for the IP interface is the Primary address on the IP interface

Sec — the IP address for the IP interface is a secondary address on the IP interface

IP-Address

The IP address and subnet mask length of the IP interface

n/a — indicates no IP address has been assigned to the IP interface

Adm

Down — the IP interface is administratively disabled

Up — the IP interface is administratively enabled

Opr

Down — the IP interface is operationally disabled

Up — the IP interface is operationally disabled

Mode

Network — the IP interface is a network/core IP interface

Service — the IP interface is a service IP interface

Port/SAP Id

The physical network port or the SAP identifier associated with the IP interface

The following output is an example of Distributed CPU Protection Policer Output information.

Show Distributed CPU Protection Policer Output Fields describes Distributed CPU Protection Policer output fields.

Output Example

*A:Dut-A# show router interface "test" dist-cpu-protection detail 
===============================================================================
Interface "test" (Router: Base)
===============================================================================
Distributed CPU Protection Policy :  dcpuPol
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics/Policer-State Information
===============================================================================
Static Policer
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer-Name        : staticArpPolicer 
Card/FP             : 4/1               Policer-State       : Exceed
Protocols Mapped    : arp  
Exceed-Count        : 10275218          
Detec. Time Remain  : 29 seconds        Hold-Down Remain.   : none
Operational (adapted) Rate Parameters:
 Oper. Packets      : 100 ppi            Oper. Within       : 1 seconds
 Oper. Initial Delay: none              
 Oper. Depth        : 100 packets       
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local-Monitoring Policer
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer-Name        : localMonitor 
Card/FP             : 4/1               Policer-State       : Exceed
Protocols Mapped    : icmp, ospf 
Exceed-Count        : 8019857           
All Dyn-Plcr Alloc. : True              
Operational (adapted) Rate Parameters:
 Oper. Packets      : 200 ppi            Oper. Within       : 1 seconds
 Oper. Initial Delay: none              
 Oper. Depth        : 0 packets         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dynamic-Policer (Protocol)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Protocol(Dyn-Plcr)  : icmp 
Card/FP             : 4/1               Protocol-State      : Exceed
Exceed-Count        : 1948137           
Detec. Time Remain  : 29 seconds        Hold-Down Remain.   : none
Dyn-Policer Alloc.  : True              
Operational (adapted) Rate Parameters:
 Oper. Kbps         : 25 kbps            Oper. MBS          : 256 bytes
 Oper. Depth        : 274 bytes         
 
Protocol(Dyn-Plcr)  : ospf 
Card/FP             : 4/1               Protocol-State      : Exceed
Exceed-Count        : 1487737           
Detec. Time Remain  : 29 seconds        Hold-Down Remain.   : none
Dyn-Policer Alloc.  : True              
Operational (adapted) Rate Parameters:
 Oper. Kbps         : 25 kbps            Oper. MBS          : 256 bytes
 Oper. Depth        : 284 bytes         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
Table 21. Show Distributed CPU Protection Policer Output Fields

Label

Description

Distributed CPU Protection Policy

Displays the DCP policy assigned to the object.

Policer-Name

Displays the configured name of the static policer

Card/FP

Displays the card and FP identifier. FP identifies the instance of the FP (FastPath) chipset. Some cards have a single FP (for example, IOM3-XP-3) and some cards can contain multiple FPs (for example, an XCM can house multiple FPs via its two XMAs).

Policer-State

Displays the state of the policer with the following potential values:

Exceed - The policer has been detected as nonconforming to the associated DCP policy parameters (packets exceeded the configured rate and the DCP polling process identified this occurrence)

Conform - The policer has been detected as conforming to the associated DCP policy parameters (rate)

not-applicable - newly-created policers or policers that are not currently instantiated. This includes policers configured on line cards that are not in service.

Protocols Mapped

Displays a list of protocols that are configured to map to the particular policer.

Oper. xyz fields

The actual hardware may not be able to perfectly rate limit to the exact configured rate parameters in a DCP policy. In this case the configured rate parameters will be adapted to the closest supported rate. These adapted operational values are displayed in CLI when the detail keyword is included in the show command. The adapted Oper. parameters are only applicable if the policer is instantiated (for example, if the associated forwarding plane is operational, or for an interface if there is a physical port configured for the interface, or if the dynamic policers are allocated), otherwise values of 0 kb/s, and so on, are displayed.

Oper. Kbps - Displays the adapted "kilobits-per-second” value for DCP "kbps” rates

Oper. MBS - Displays the adapted "mbs size” value for DCP "kbps” rates

Oper. Depth - Displays the calculated policer bucket depth in packets (for DCP "packets” rates) or in bytes (for DCP "kbps” rates)

Oper. Packets - Displays the adapted "ppi” value for DCP "packets” rates

Oper. Within - Displays the adapted "within seconds” value for DCP "packets” rates

Oper. Init. Delay - Displays the adapted "initial-delay packets” value for DCP "packets” rates

Exceed-Count

Displays the count of packets exceeding the policing parameters since the given policer was previously declared as conforming or newly-instantiated. This counter has the same behavior as the exceed counter in the DCP the log events – they are baselined (reset) when the policer transitions to conforming.

Detec. Time Remain

Displays the remaining time in the detection-time countdown during which a policer in the exceed state is being monitored to see if it conforms again.

Hold-Down Remain

Displays the remaining time in the hold-down countdown during which a policer is treating all packets as exceeding.

All Dyn-Plcr Alloc.

Indicates that all the dynamic enforcement policers have been allocated and instantiated for a given local-monitor.

Dyn-Policer Alloc.

Indicates that a dynamic policer has been instantiated.

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name] [detail] [family]

interface resource-failures [family]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ldp interface)

Full Context

show router ldp interface

Description

This command displays configuration information about LDP interfaces.

Parameters

ip-int-name

The name of an existing interface. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

detail

Displays detailed information.

family

Displays either IPv4 or IPv6 active LDP information.

resource-failures

Displays which interfaces are in overload.

Platforms

All

Output

LDP Interface Output

LDP Interface Output Fields describes the LDP interface output fields.

Table 22. LDP Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface

Specifies the interface associated with the LDP instance.

Adm

Up — The LDP is administratively enabled.

Down — The LDP is administratively disabled.

Opr

Up — The LDP is operationally enabled.

Down — The LDP is operationally disabled.

Hello Factor

The value by which the hello timeout should be divided to give the hello time, for example, the time interval (in s), between LDP hello messages. LDP uses hello messages to discover neighbors and to detect loss of connectivity with its neighbors.

Hold Time

The hello time, also known as hold time. It is the time interval (in s), that LDP waits before declaring a neighbor to be down. Hello timeout is local to the system and is sent in the hello messages to a neighbor.

KA Factor

The value by which the keepalive timeout should be divided to give the keepalive time, for example, the time interval (in s), between LDP keepalive messages. LDP keepalive messages are sent to keep the LDP session from timing out when no other LDP traffic is being sent between the neighbors.

KA Timeout

The time interval (in s), that LDP waits before tearing down a session. If no LDP messages are exchanged during this time interval, the LDP session is torn down. Generally the value is configured to be 3 times the keepalive time (the time interval between successive LDP keepalive messages).

Output Example
*A:Dut-A# show router ldp interface 
===============================================================================
LDP Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                         Adm/Opr                            
 Sub-Interface(s)                  Adm/Opr  Hello Hold  KA    KA    Transport
                                            Fctr  Time  Fctr  Time  Address
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.10.1.1                        Up/Up                             
  ipv4                              Up/Up   3     15    3     30    System
  ipv6                              Up/Up   3     15    3     30    System
ip-10.10.2.1                        Up/Up                             
  ipv4                              Up/Up   3     15    3     30    System
  ipv6                              Up/Up   3     15    3     30    System
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Interfaces: 2
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A#

*A:Dut-A# show router ldp interface "ip-10.10.1.1" 
===============================================================================
LDP Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                          Adm/Opr                            
 Sub-Interface(s)                  Adm/Opr  Hello Hold  KA    KA    Transport
                                            Fctr  Time  Fctr  Time  Address
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.10.1.1                        Up/Up                             
  ipv4                              Up/Up   3     15    3     30    System
  ipv6                              Up/Up   3     15    3     30    System
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Interfaces: 1
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 

*A:Dut-A# show router ldp interface "ip-10.10.1.1" detail 
===============================================================================
LDP Interfaces
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Interface "ip-10.10.1.1"
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BASE
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State        : Up                  Oper State       : Up
BFD Status         : Disabled            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv4
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv4 Admin State   : Up                  IPv4 Oper State  : Up
Last Oper Chg      : 0d 00:37:59         
Hold Time          : 15                  Hello Factor     : 3
Oper Hold Time     : 15                  
Keepalive Timeout  : 30                  Keepalive Factor : 3
Transport Addr     : System              Last Modified    : 02/27/15 23:23:19
Active Adjacencies : 1                   
Local LSR Type     : System
Local LSR          : None
IPv4 Pfx Fec Cap   : Enabled             IPv6 Pfx Fec Cap : Enabled
IPv4 P2MP Fec Cap  : Enabled             IPv6 P2MP Fec Cap: Enabled
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv6 Admin State   : Up                  IPv6 Oper State  : Up
Last Oper Chg      : 0d 00:37:36         
Hold Time          : 15                  Hello Factor     : 3
Oper Hold Time     : 15                  
Keepalive Timeout  : 30                  Keepalive Factor : 3
Transport Addr     : System              Last Modified    : 02/27/15 23:23:19
Active Adjacencies : 1                   
Local LSR Type     : System
Local LSR          : None
IPv4 Pfx Fec Cap   : Enabled             IPv6 Pfx Fec Cap : Enabled
IPv4 P2MP Fec Cap  : Enabled             IPv6 P2MP Fec Cap: Enabled
===============================================================================
No. of Interfaces: 1
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 

*A:Dut-A# show router ldp interface "ip-10.10.1.1" detail ipv6 
===============================================================================
LDP IPv6 Interfaces
===============================================================================
==========================================================================
Interface "ip-10.10.1.1"
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BASE
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State        : Up                  Oper State       : Up
BFD Status         : Disabled            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv6 Admin State   : Up                  IPv6 Oper State  : Up
Last Oper Chg      : 0d 00:37:47         
Hold Time          : 15                  Hello Factor     : 3
Oper Hold Time     : 15                  
Keepalive Timeout  : 30                  Keepalive Factor : 3
Transport Addr     : System              Last Modified    : 02/27/15 23:23:19
Active Adjacencies : 1                   
Local LSR Type     : System
Local LSR          : None
IPv4 Pfx Fec Cap   : Enabled             IPv6 Pfx Fec Cap : Enabled
IPv4 P2MP Fec Cap  : Enabled             IPv6 P2MP Fec Cap: Enabled
===============================================================================
No. of Interfaces: 1
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 

*A:Dut-A# show router ldp interface resource-failures          
===============================================================================
LDP IPv4 Interface Resource Failures
===============================================================================
No Matching Entries Found
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
LDP IPv6 Interface Resource Failures
===============================================================================
No Matching Entries Found
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# show router ldp interface resource-failures ipv6 
===============================================================================
LDP IPv6 Interface Resource Failures
===============================================================================
No Matching Entries Found
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name] [statistics] [ipv4 | ipv6]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>ldp interface)

Full Context

clear router ldp interface

Description

This command restarts or clears statistics for LDP interfaces.

Parameters

ip-int-name

The name of an existing interface. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

family

Specifies to clear IPv4 or IPv6 information.

Platforms

All

Output

Output Example
*A:Dut-A# clear router ldp interface "ip-10.10.1.1" ipv4 
*A:Dut-A# 

*A:Dut-A# clear router ldp interface "ip-10.10.1.1" ipv6 
*A:Dut-A# 

interface

Syntax

interface ip-int-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>ldp interface)

Full Context

tools dump router ldp interface

Description

This command dumps information for an LDP interface.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies the name of an existing router.

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] [label-map label]

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] statistics [ aux-stats]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls interface)

Full Context

show router mpls interface

Description

This command displays MPLS interface information.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies the name of the network IP interface. An interface name cannot be in the form of an IP address. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

ip-address

Specifies the system or network interface IP address.

label-map label

Specifies the MPLS label on which to match.

Values

32 to 1048575

statistics

Displays the MPLS interface name and the number of packets and octets sent and received on an MPLS interface.

aux-stats

Displays auxiliary MPLS statistics next to the default MPLS statistics.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS interface information.

MPLS Interface Output Fields describes MPLS interface output fields.

Table 23. MPLS Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface

The interface name.

Port-id

The port ID.

Adm

Specifies the administrative state of the interface.

Opr

Specifies the operational state of the interface.

Te-metric

Specifies the traffic engineering metric used on the interface.

Srlg Groups

Specifies the shared risk loss group (SRLG) name(s).

Interfaces

The total number of interfaces.

Transmitted

Displays the number of packets and octets transmitted from the interface.

Received

Displays the number of packets and octets received.

In Label

Specifies the ingress label.

In I/F

Specifies the ingress interface.

Out Label

Specifies the egress label.

Out I/F

Specifies the egress interface.

Next Hop

Specifies the next hop IP address for the static LSP.

Type

Specifies whether the label value is statically or dynamically assigned.

Output Example
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls# show router mpls interface
===============================================================================
MPLS Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                           Port-id           Adm    Opr    TE-metric
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                              system            Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       None
sr4-1                               1/1/4             Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       3440
ess-7-1                             3/2/4             Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       45100
ess-7-2                             3/2/5             Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       45110
...
g7600                               3/1/2             Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       41.80
m160                                3/2/1             Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       420.40
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 35
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#


*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#  show router mpls interface "hubA"
===============================================================================
MPLS Interface : hubA
===============================================================================
Interface                           Port-id           Adm    Opr    TE-metric
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
hubA                                3/2/8             Up     Up     None
  Admin Groups                      None
  Srlg Groups                       44.200
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#


*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#  show router mpls interface "hubA" label-map 203
===============================================================================
MPLS Interface : hubA (Label-Map 203)
===============================================================================
In Label  In I/F     Out Label Out I/F    Next Hop          Type      Adm  Opr
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
203       3/2/8      403       1/1/9      10.22.10.3        Static    Up   Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#


*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls# show router mpls interface statistics
===============================================================================
MPLS Interface (statistics)
===============================================================================
Interface      : aps-1
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 76554                 Octets - 7930285
  Received     : Pkts - 17068                 Octets - 3626842

Interface      : aps-2
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 1311                  Octets - 219888

Interface      : aps-3
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 3                     Octets - 234

Interface      : sr4-1
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0

Interface      : ess-7-1
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 113537                Octets - 15058332
  Received     : Pkts - 13193                 Octets - 1091492

Interface      : ess-7-2
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 166133                Octets - 22762482
  Received     : Pkts - 16672                 Octets - 1368464

Interface      : ess-7-3
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 122934                Octets - 11033246
  Received     : Pkts - 12256                 Octets - 1026826 
...

Interface      : m160
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 17188024              Octets - 2183076528
  Received     : Pkts - 677745                Octets - 59367236
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#

show router mpls interface statistics aux-stats
===============================================================================
MPLS Interface (statistics)
===============================================================================
Interface     : intf1
  Transmitted : Pkts - 0        Octets - 0
  Received    : Pkts - 0        Octets - 0
  Transmitted : SR-Pkts - 0     SR-Octets - 0
  Received    : SR-Pkts - 0     SR-Octets - 0

Interface     : intf2
  Transmitted : Pkts - 0        Octets - 0
  Received    : Pkts - 0        Octets - 0
  Transmitted : SR-Pkts - 0     SR-Octets - 0
  Received    : SR-Pkts - 0     SR-Octets - 0

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] statistics [ detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>rsvp interface)

Full Context

show router rsvp interface

Description

This command shows RSVP interfaces.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies the network IP interface. An interface name cannot be in the form of an IP address. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

ip-address

Specifies the system or network interface IP address.

statistics

Displays the RSVP interface name and counts of various RSVP packets sent and received on the interface.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of RSVP interface information.

RSVP Interface Output Fields describes RSVP interface output fields.

Table 24. RSVP Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface

The name of the IP interface.

Total Sessions

The total number of RSVP sessions on this interface. This count includes sessions that are active as well as sessions that have been signaled but a response has not yet been received.

Active Sessions

The total number of active RSVP sessions on this interface.

Total BW (Mbps)

The amount of bandwidth in Mb/s available to be reserved for the RSVP protocol on the interface.

Resv BW (Mbps)

The amount of bandwidth in Mb/s reserved on this interface. A value of zero (0) indicates that no bandwidth is reserved.

Adm

Down — The RSVP interface is administratively disabled.

Up — The RSVP interface is administratively enabled.

Bfd

Yes — BFD is enabled on the RSVP interface.

No — BFD is disabled on the RSVP interface.

Opr

Down — The RSVP interface is operationally down.

Up — The RSVP interface is operationally up.

Port ID

Specifies the physical port bound to the interface.

Active Resvs

The total number of active RSVP sessions that have reserved bandwidth.

Subscription

Specifies the percentage of the link bandwidth that RSVP can use for reservation. When the value is zero (0), no new sessions are permitted on this interface.

Port Speed

Specifies the speed for the interface.

Unreserved BW

Specifies the amount of unreserved bandwidth.

Reserved BW

Specifies the amount of bandwidth in Mb/s reserved by the RSVP session on this interface. A value of zero (0) indicates that no bandwidth is reserved.

Total BW

Specifies the amount of bandwidth in Mb/s available to be reserved for the RSVP protocol on this interface.

Aggregate

Aggregate messages are used to pack multiple RSVP messages into a single packet to reduce the network overhead. When the value is true, RSVP negotiates with each neighbor and gets consensus before sending aggregate messages.

Hello Interval

Specifies the length of time (in s) between the hello packets that the router sends on the interface. This value must be the same for all routers attached to a common network. When the value is zero (0), the sending of hello messages is disabled.

Refresh Time

Specifies the interval between the successive Path and Resv refresh messages. RSVP declares the session down after it misses ((keep-multiplier + 0.5) * 1.5 * refresh-time)) consecutive refresh messages.

Hello Timeouts

The total number of hello messages that timed out on this RSVP interface.

Neighbors

The IP address of the RSVP neighbor.

Sent

The total number of error free RSVP packets that have been transmitted on the RSVP interface.

Recd

The total number of error free RSVP packets received on the RSVP interface.

Total Packets

The total number of RSVP packets, including errors, received on the RSVP interface.

Bad Packets

The total number of RSVP packets with errors transmitted on the RSVP interface.

Paths

The total number of RSVP PATH messages received on the RSVP interface.

Path Errors

The total number of RSVP PATH ERROR messages transmitted on the RSVP interface.

Path Tears

The total number of RSVP PATH TEAR messages received on the RSVP interface.

Resvs

The total number of RSVP RESV messages received on the RSVP interface.

Resv Confirms

The total number of RSVP RESV CONFIRM messages received on the RSVP interface.

Resv Errors

Total RSVP RESV ERROR messages received on RSVP interface.

Resv Tears

Total RSVP RESV TEAR messages received on RSVP interface.

Refresh Summaries

Total RSVP RESV summary refresh messages received on interface.

Refresh Acks

Total RSVP RESV acknowledgment messages received when refresh reduction is enabled on the RSVP interface.

Bundle Packets

Total RSVP RESV bundled packets received on the RSVP interface.

Hellos

Total RSVP RESV HELLO REQ messages received on the interface.

DBw Multiplier

Displays the configured dark bandwidth multiplier.

DBw Up Threshold

Displays the configured dark bandwidth up threshold (per interface or inherited).

DBw Down Threshold

Displays the configured dark bandwidth down threshold (per interface or inherited).

DBw Sample Index

Displays the index of the dark bandwidth current sample.

DBw Last Sample

Displays the latest sampled value of the dark bandwidth.

Latest Cal DBw

Displays the latest value of the calculated dark bandwidth (calculated over average interval = sample-interval X sample-multiplier). The value indicated here has already been multiplied by the dbw-multiplier.

Advertised MRLB

Displays the value of the latest advertised Maximum Reservable Link Bandwidth.

Output Example
*A:Dut-A>config>router>mpls>lsp$ /show router rsvp interface "ip-10.10.1.1" detail 

=======================================================================
RSVP Interface (Detailed) : ip-10.10.1.1
=======================================================================
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface : ip-10.10.1.1
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface         : ip-10.10.1.1
Port ID           : 1/1/1               
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Active Sessions   : 1                   Active Resvs      : 0
Total Sessions    : 1                   
Subscription      : 100 %               Port Speed        : 100 Mbps
Total BW          : 100 Mbps            Aggregate         : Dsabl
Hello Interval    : n/a                 Hello Timeouts    : n/a
Authentication    : Disabled            
Auth Rx Seq Num   : n/a                 Auth Key Id       : n/a
Auth Tx Seq Num   : n/a                 Auth Win Size     : n/a
Refresh Reduc.    : Disabled            Reliable Deli.    : Disabled
Bfd Enabled       : n/a                 Graceful Shut.    : Disabled
ImplicitNullLabel : Disabled*           GR helper         : n/a

Percent Link Bandwidth for Class Types*
Link Bw CT0       : 100                 Link Bw CT4       : 0
Link Bw CT1       : 0                   Link Bw CT5       : 0
Link Bw CT2       : 0                   Link Bw CT6       : 0
Link Bw CT3       : 0                   Link Bw CT7       : 0


Bandwidth Constraints for Class Types (Kbps)
BC0               : 100000              BC4               : 0
BC1               : 0                   BC5               : 0
BC2               : 0                   BC6               : 0
BC3               : 0                   BC7               : 0

Bandwidth for TE Class Types (Kbps)
TE0->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE1->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE2->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE3->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE4->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE5->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE6->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000
TE7->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 100000

IGP Update
Up Thresholds(%)   : 0 15 30 45 60 75 80 85 90 95 96 97 98 99 100  *
Down Thresholds(%) : 100 99 98 97 96 95 90 85 80 75 60 45 30 15 0  *
IGP Update Pending : No
Next Update        : N/A
Neighbors      : 10.20.1.2          

Dark Bandwidth
DBw Multiplier     : 100 *
DBw Up Threshold   : 0 % *
DBw Down Threshold : 0 % *
DBw Sample Index  : 0                   DBw Last Sample   : 0 Mbps
Latest Cal DBw    : 0 Mbps              Advertised MRLB   : 1000 Mbps
Neighbors      : 12.1.1.2 
* indicates inherited values
=======================================================================
*A:Dut-A>config>router>mpls>lsp$



*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp# interface
===============================================================================
RSVP Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                        Total    Active    Total BW  Resv BW   Adm Opr
                                 Sessions Sessions  (Mbps)    (Mbps)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                           -        -         -         -         Up  Up
aps-1                            0        0         6012      0         Up  Up
aps-2                            0        0         6010      0         Up  Up
aps-3                            0        0         6010      0         Up  Up
sr4-1                            0        0         6010      0         Up  Up
ess-7-1                          9        9         100       0         Up  Up
ess-7-2                          7        7         100       0         Up  Up
ess-7-3                          4        4         100       0         Up  Up
ess-7-4                          0        0         800       0         Up  Up
ess-7-5                          0        0         800       0         Up  Up
ess-7-6                          0        0         800       0         Up  Up
hubA                             0        0         100       0         Up  Up
germ-1                           0        0         1000      0         Up  Up
src-1.1                          3        3         100       0         Up  Up
src-1.2                          2        2         100       0         Up  Up
src-1.3                          3        3         100       0         Up  Up
src-1.4                          5        5         100       0         Up  Up
...
g7600                            0        0         1000      0         Up  Up
m160                             481      481       1000      82        Up  Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 35
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp#

*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp# interface statistics
===============================================================================
RSVP Interface (statistics)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface system
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface                   : Up
Total Packets        (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Bad Packets          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Paths                (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Path Errors          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Path Tears           (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resvs                (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resv Confirms        (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resv Errors          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resv Tears           (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Refresh Summaries    (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Refresh Acks         (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Bundle Packets       (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Hellos               (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Auth Errors          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
...
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface m160
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface                   : Up
Total Packets        (Sent) : 883643               (Recd.): 3052503
Bad Packets          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Paths                (Sent) : 592153               (Recd.): 373610
Path Errors          (Sent) : 464                  (Recd.): 30716
Path Tears           (Sent) : 29563                (Recd.): 3480
Resvs                (Sent) : 93970                (Recd.): 2518660
Resv Confirms        (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resv Errors          (Sent) : 136815               (Recd.): 54115
Resv Tears           (Sent) : 13338                (Recd.): 71922
Refresh Summaries    (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Refresh Acks         (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Bundle Packets       (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Hellos               (Sent) : 17340                (Recd.): 0
Auth Errors          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp#


*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp# interface "sr4-1" statistics
===============================================================================
RSVP Interface : sr4-1 (statistics)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface sr4-1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface                   : Up
Total Packets        (Sent) : 33100                (Recd.): 20405
Bad Packets          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Paths                (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 1833
Path Errors          (Sent) : 1783                 (Recd.): 9
Path Tears           (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 1157
Resvs                (Sent) : 76                   (Recd.): 0
Resv Confirms        (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resv Errors          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Resv Tears           (Sent) : 1                    (Recd.): 0
Refresh Summaries    (Sent) : 4                    (Recd.): 33
Refresh Acks         (Sent) : 1520                 (Recd.): 4
Bundle Packets       (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
Hellos               (Sent) : 29716                (Recd.): 17369
Auth Errors          (Sent) : 0                    (Recd.): 0
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp#

*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp#  interface detail
===============================================================================
RSVP Interfaces (Detailed)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface : system
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface         : system
Port ID           : system
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Active Sessions   : 0                   Active Resvs      : 0
Total Sessions    : 0
Subscription      : 100 %               Port Speed        : 0 Mbps
Total BW          : 0 Mbps              Aggregate         : Dsabl
Hello Interval    : 3000 ms             Hello Timeouts    : 0
Authentication    : Disabled
Auth Rx Seq Num   : n/a                 Auth Key Id       : n/a
Auth Tx Seq Num   : n/a                 Auth Win Size     : n/a
Refresh Reduc.    : Enabled             Reliable Deli.    : Disabled
Bfd Enabled       : No                  Graceful Shut.    : Disabled
ImplicitNullLabel : Disabled*

Percent Link Bandwidth for Class Types*
Link Bw CT0       : 100                 Link Bw CT4       : 0
Link Bw CT1       : 0                   Link Bw CT5       : 0
Link Bw CT2       : 0                   Link Bw CT6       : 0
Link Bw CT3       : 0                   Link Bw CT7       : 0

Bandwidth Constraints for Class Types (Kbps)
BC0               : 0                   BC4               : 0
BC1               : 0                   BC5               : 0
BC2               : 0                   BC6               : 0
BC3               : 0                   BC7               : 0

Bandwidth for TE Class Types (Kbps)
TE0->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE1->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE2->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE3->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE4->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE5->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE6->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0
TE7->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 0

IGP Update
Up Thresholds(%)   : 0 15 30 45 60 75 80 85 90 95 96 97 98 99 100  *
Down Thresholds(%) : 100 99 98 97 96 95 90 85 80 75 60 45 30 15 0  *
IGP Update Pending : No
Next Update        : N/A
No Neighbors.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface : m160
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface         : m160
Port ID           : 3/2/1
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Active Sessions   : 218                 Active Resvs      : 0
Total Sessions    : 517
Subscription      : 1000 %              Port Speed        : 100 Mbps
Total BW          : 1000 Mbps           Aggregate         : Dsabl
Hello Interval    : 3000 ms             Hello Timeouts    : 0
Authentication    : Disabled
Auth Rx Seq Num   : n/a                 Auth Key Id       : n/a
Auth Tx Seq Num   : n/a                 Auth Win Size     : n/a
Refresh Reduc.    : Enabled             Reliable Deli.    : Disabled
Bfd Enabled       : No                  Graceful Shut.    : Disabled
ImplicitNullLabel : Disabled*

Percent Link Bandwidth for Class Types*
Link Bw CT0       : 100                 Link Bw CT4       : 0
Link Bw CT1       : 0                   Link Bw CT5       : 0
Link Bw CT2       : 0                   Link Bw CT6       : 0
Link Bw CT3       : 0                   Link Bw CT7       : 0

Bandwidth Constraints for Class Types (Kbps)
BC0               : 1000000             BC4               : 0
BC1               : 0                   BC5               : 0
BC2               : 0                   BC6               : 0
BC3               : 0                   BC7               : 0

Bandwidth for TE Class Types (Kbps)
TE0->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE1->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE2->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE3->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE4->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE5->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE6->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000
TE7->  Resv. Bw   : 0                   Unresv. Bw        : 1000000

IGP Update
Up Thresholds(%)   : 0 15 30 45 60 75 80 85 90 95 96 97 98 99 100  *
Down Thresholds(%) : 100 99 98 97 96 95 90 85 80 75 60 45 30 15 0  *
IGP Update Pending : No
Next Update        : N/A
Neighbors      : 10.100.30.20
* indicates inherited values
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>show>router>rsvp#

interface

Syntax

interface ip-int-name [statistics | aux-stats]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>mpls interface)

Full Context

clear router mpls interface

Description

This command resets or clears statistics for MPLS interfaces.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies an existing IP interface. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

statistics

Clears only packet and octet counters, and only these of the default MPLS statistics.

aux-stats

Clears only packet and octet counters, and only these of the default auxiliary MPLS statistics.

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name] [statistics]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>rsvp interface)

Full Context

clear router rsvp interface

Description

This command resets or clears statistics for an RSVP interface.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Specifies the IP interface to clear. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

statistics

Clears only statistics.

Platforms

All

interface

Syntax

interface [service service-id] [ interface ip-int-name] [stats { rt-server | fcc-server}]

interface [service service-id] [ interface ip-int-name] summary

Context

[Tree] (show>video interface)

Full Context

show video interface

Description

This command displays video interface information.

Parameters

service service-id

Displays video interface information pertaining to the specified service ID.

Values

1 to 2148278317

svc-name — a string up to 64 characters.

interface ip-int-name

Displays video interface information pertaining to the specified interface.

stats

Displays video interface statistics.

Values

rt-server — Displays video interface statistics for the RET server.

fcc-server — Displays video interface statistics for the FCC server.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-1, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-1s, 7750 SR-2s, 7750 SR-7s, 7750 SR-14s

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show video  interface   
===============================================================================
Video interface
===============================================================================
Service Id       : 1                    
Name             : vi
Admin/Oper State : Up/Up                If Index         : 0
Video Group Id   : 1                    Sap Id           : lag-201:5
Sessions         : 2000                 Mcast Protocol   : PIM
 
Address          : 10.3.3.3/32
Tx Failed Pkts   : 0                    
SCTE30 TCP sess  : 0                    SCTE30 INIT sess : 0
SD RT Srvr State : Enabled              
SD RT Requests   : 0                    SD Failed Req    : 0
SD RTP Pkts Req  : 0                    SD RT Replies    : 0
Tx SD Bytes      : 0                    Tx SD Packets    : 0
HD RT Srvr State : Enabled              
HD RT Requests   : 0                    HD Failed Req    : 0
HD RTP Pkts Req  : 0                    HD RT Replies    : 0
Tx HD Bytes      : 0                    Tx HD Packets    : 0
PIP RT Svr State : Enabled              
PIP RT Requests  : 0                    PIP Failed Req   : 0
PIP RTP Pkts Req : 0                    PIP RT Replies   : 0
Tx PIP Bytes     : 0                    Tx PIP Packets   : 0
SD FCC Svr State : Enabled              SD FCC Svr Mode  : Burst
SD FCC Requests  : 0                    SD Failed Req    : 0
Tx SD Bytes      : 0                    Tx SD Packets    : 0
SD FCC Replies   : 0                    
HD FCC Svr State : Enabled              HD FCC Svr Mode  : Burst
HD FCC Requests  : 448820               HD Failed Req    : 0
Tx HD Bytes      : 17150845788          Tx HD Packets    : 293148098
HD FCC Replies   : 448820               
PIP FCCSvr State : Enabled              PIP FCC Svr Mode : Burst
PIP FCC Requests : 0                    PIP Failed Req   : 0
Tx PIP Bytes     : 0                    Tx PIP Pkts      : 0
PIP FCC Replies  : 0                    
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-C# 

interface

Syntax

interface ip-int-name [address ip-address] [rt-client] [rt-server] [ fcc-server] [ad-insert]

Context

[Tree] (clear>video>statistics>id interface)

Full Context

clear video statistics id interface

Description

This command clears video statistics for a particular channel.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Clears statistics for the specified interface.

address ip-address

Clears statistics for the specified IP address.

rt-client

Clears all RET client related statistics.

rt-server

Clears all RET server related statistics.

fcc-server

Clears all FCC server related statistics.

ad-insert

Clears all ad insert related statistics.

grp-address

Clears statistics for the specified channel group address.

source srcAddr

Clears statistics for the specified source address.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-1, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-1s, 7750 SR-2s, 7750 SR-7s, 7750 SR-14s

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ipv6-address] [ group] [grp-ipv6-address] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mld interface)

Full Context

show router mld interface

Description

This command displays MLD interface information.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays the information associated with the specified IPv6 interface name.

ipv6-address

Displays the information associated with the specified IPv6 address.

group grp-ipv6-address

Displays IPv6 multicast group address for which this entry contains information.

detail

Displays detailed IPv6 interface information along with the source group information learned on that interface.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MLD interface information. MLD Fields displays MLD field descriptions.

Output Example
*A:Dut-A# show router mld interface
===============================================================================
MLD Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface               Adm  Oper Cfg/Opr         Num Policy
    Querier                        Version         Groups
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
intf_to_ixia            Up   Up   2/2             5 none
    fe0:db8:4403:1ff:fe01:3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A#
Table 25. MLD Fields

Label

Description

Interface

The interfaces that participate in the MLD protocol.

Adm

Admin Status

The administrative state for the MLD protocol on this interface.

Oper

Oper Status

The current operational state of MLD protocol on the interface.

Querier

The address of the MLD querier on the IP subnet to which the interface is attached.

Querier Up Time

The time since the querier was last elected as querier.

Querier Expiry Timer

The time remaining before the querier ages out. If the querier is the local interface address, the value will be zero.

Cfg/Opr Version

Admin/Oper version

Cfg — The configured version of MLD running on this interface. For MLD to function correctly, all routers on a LAN must be configured to run the same version of MLD on that LAN.

Opr — The operational version of MLD running on this interface.

Num Groups

The number of multicast groups which have been learned by the router on the interface.

Policy

The policy that is to be applied on the interface.

Group Address

The IP multicast group address for which this entry contains information.

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | mt-int-name | ip-address] [group grp-ip-address | source ip-address [type {starstarrp | starg | sg}] [detail] [family]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pim interface)

Full Context

show router pim interface

Description

This command displays PIM interface information and the (S,G)/(*,G)/(*, *, rp) state of the interface.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays interface information associated with the specified IP interface name.

mt-int-name

Displays Multicast Tunnel (MT) interface information for a VPRN.

Values

<vprn-id>-mt-<grp-ip-address>

ip-address

Displays interface information associated with the specified IP address.

group grp-ip-address

Displays the IP multicast group address information for which this entry contains information.

source ip-address

Displays information about the source address for which this entry contains information.

If the type is starg, the value of this object is zero.

If the type is starstarrp, the value of this object is the address of the RP.

type

Displays information for the specified entry type.

Values

starstarrp, starg, sg

detail

Displays detailed interface information.

family

Displays family information for the interface.

Values

ipv4, ipv6

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of a PIM interface configuration. PIM Interface Fields provides PIM interface field descriptions.

Output Example
ALA-1# show router pim interface
===============================================================================
PIM Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                          Up     Up     N/A             1         30
ip-10.1.7.1                     Up     Up     10.1.7.7        5         30
ip-10.1.2.1                     Up     Up     10.1.2.2        5         30
ip-10.111.1.1                   Up     Up     10.111.1.1     5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 4
===============================================================================
ALA-1# 

ALA-1# show router pim interface ip-10.1.2.1 detail
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ip-10.1.2.1
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.1.2.1                     Up     Up     10.1.2.2        5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PIM Group Source
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address      : 239.101.0.5        Src Address        : 10.111.1.2
Interface          : ip-10.1.2.1        Type               : <S,G>
RP Address         : 239.200.200.4

Join Prune State   : Join               Expires            : 0d 00:03:00
Prune Pend Expires : N/A

Assert State       : No Info
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
ALA-1# 

ALA-1# show router pim interface group
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ip-10.1.7.1
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.1.7.1                     Up     Up     10.1.7.7        5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address    Source Address   RP Address       Type     JP        Assert
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
239.101.0.0      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.1      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.2      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.3      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.4      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.6      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.7      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.8      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
239.101.0.9      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ip-10.1.2.1
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.1.2.1                     Up     Up     10.1.2.2        5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address    Source Address   RP Address       Type     JP        Assert
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
239.101.0.5      10.111.1.2      239.200.200.4    <S,G>    Join      No Info
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ip-10.111.1.1
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.111.1.1                  Up     Up     10.111.1.1     5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address    Source Address   RP Address       Type     JP        Assert
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
239.102.0.0      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.1      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.2      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.3      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.4      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.5      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.6      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.7      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.8      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.9      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 3
===============================================================================
ALA-1#

ALA-1# show router pim interface group 239.102.0.0 detail
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ip-10.111.1.1
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.111.1.1                  Up     Up     10.111.1.1     5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PIM Group Source
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address      : 239.102.0.0        Src Address        : *
Interface          : ip-10.111.1.1     Type               : <*,G>
RP Address         : 239.200.200.4

Join Prune State   : Join               Expires            : 0d 00:02:05
Prune Pend Expires : N/A

Assert State       : No Info
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
ALA-1#

ALA-1# show router pim interface type starg
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ip-10.111.1.1
===============================================================================
Interface                       Admin  Oper   DR              DR        Hello
                                State  State                  Priority  Intvl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ip-10.111.1.1                  Up     Up     10.111.1.1     5         30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Address    Source Address   RP Address       Type     JP        Assert
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
239.102.0.0      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.1      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.2      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.3      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.4      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.5      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.6      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.7      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.8      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
239.102.0.9      *                239.200.200.4    <*,G>    Join      No Info
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
ALA-1#

A:SetupCLI# show router pim interface detail
===============================================================================
PIM Interface ipv4 toRemoteSite_1001
===============================================================================
Admin Status       : Up                 Oper Status        : Up
IPv4 Admin Status  : Up                 IPv4 Oper Status   : Up
DR                 : 10.1.1.5
Oper DR Priority   : 5                  
OperGroup          : vrrp1_1            OprGrp Active oper : set
Cfg OprGrp Priority: 255                  
BSM RA Check       : Disabled           Cfg DR Priority    : 1
Hello Interval     : 30                 Time for next hello: 0d 00:00:03
Multicast Senders  : auto               Hello Multiplier   : 35
J/P Tracking Admin : Disabled           J/P Tracking Oper  : Disabled
Auto-created       : No                 Improved Assert    : Enabled
Sticky-DR          : Disabled           Sticky-DR Priority : N/A
Max Groups Allowed : 0                  Max Groups Till Now: 0
Num Groups         : 0                  Bfd enabled        : No
Three-way Hello    : 0                  Assert-Period      : No
Instant Prune Echo : Disabled           P2MP LDP Tree Join : Disabled
MCAC Policy Name   : 0                  MCAC Const Adm St  : Enable
MCAC Max Unconst BW:no limit            MCAC Max Mand BW   : no limit
MCAC In use Mand BW: 0                  MCAC Avail Mand BW : unlimited
MCAC In use Opnl BW: 0                  MCAC Avail Opnl BW : unlimited
Use LAG port weight: no                 
MCAC If-Policy Name: 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1 Tunnel-Interfaces : 0
===============================================================================

Table 26. PIM Interface Fields

Label

Description

Admin State

The administrative state for PIM protocol on this interface

Oper State

The current operational state of PIM protocol on this interface

DR

The designated router on this PIM interface

DR Priority

The priority value sent in PIM Hello messages and that is used by routers to elect the designated router (DR).

Hello Intvl

The frequency at which PIM Hello messages are transmitted on this interface

OperGroup

The OperGroup name associated with the PIM interface

OprGrp Active oper

The OperGroup operation (add, set, subtract) to the DR priority

Cfg OprGrp Priority

The configured OperGroup DR priority

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>cflowd interface)

Full Context

show cflowd interface

Description

Displays the administrative and operational status of the interfaces with cflowd enabled.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays information only for the IP interface with the specified name.

Default

all interfaces with cflowd enabled

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of cflowd interface information, and Show cflowd Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

Table 27. Show cflowd Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface

Displays the physical port identifier

IPv4 Address

Displays the primary IPv4 address for the associated IP interface

IPv6 Address

Displays the primary IPv6 address for the associated IP interface

Router

Displays the virtual router index (Base = 0)

IF Index

Displays the Global IP interface index

Mode

Displays the cflowd sampling type and direction

intf — Interface based sampling

acl — ACL based sampling

ingr — Ingress sampling

egr — Egress sampling

both — Both ingress and egress sampling

Admin

Displays the administrative state of the interface

Opr-IPv4

Displays the operational state for IPv4 sampling

Opr-IPv6

Displays the operational state for IPv6 sampling

Output Example
B:sr-002# show cflowd interface [ip-addr | ip-int-name] 
===============================================================================
Cflowd Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                         Router       IF Index   Mode      Admin  
  IPv4 Address                                                        Oper IPv4
  IPv6 Address                                                        Oper IPv6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipv4ipv6NamedIf                   Base          381       intf/ing   Up
    5.5.5.5/24                                                        Up         
    55::55/128                                                        Up
ipv4NamedIf                       5             254       acl-egr   Up   
    10.10.10.10/24                                                    Up
    N/A                                                               Down
ipv6NamedIf                       Base          380       i/f-both  Up   
    N/A                                                               Down
    2001:db8::9/128                                                 Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 3
===============================================================================


B:sr-002# show cflowd interface 11.10.1.2
===============================================================================
Cflowd Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface:  To_Sr1
IP address: 11.10.1.2/24
Admin/Oper state:  Up/Up
Sampling Mode: (ingress | egress | both)
Total Flows seen: 1302000
Pkts sampled (ingress/egress) :  60103/70102  
Bytes sampled (ingress/egress) :  6010300/7010200  
Active flows (ingress/egress) :  6010/7010    


B:sr-002# show cflowd interface
===============================================================================
Cflowd Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                         IP Address        Mode        Admin   Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
To_Sr1                            1.10.1.2/24       Interface   Up      Up
To_C2                             1.12.1.2/24       Interface   Up      Up
To_Cisco_7600                     1.13.1.2/24       Interface   Up      Up
To_E                              1.11.1.2/24       Interface   Up      Up
To_G2                             150.153.1.1/24    Interface   Up      Up
To_Sr1_Sonet                      150.140.1.2/24    Interface   Up      Down
Main                              120.1.1.1/24      Filter      Down    Down
New                               120.2.1.1/24      Filter      Up      Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 8
===============================================================================
B:sr12-002#

interface

Syntax

interface [interface-name] [family]

interface [interface-name] detail

interface summary

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bfd interface)

Full Context

show router bfd interface

Description

This command displays interface information.

Parameters

interface-name

Specifies the interface name.

family

Specifies whether IPv4 or IPv6 routes are displayed.

detail

Displays detailed interface information.

summary

Displays summary interface information for the router.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of BFD interface information, and BFD Interface Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show router bfd interface
===============================================================================
BFD Interface
===============================================================================
Interface name                     Tx Interval    Rx Interval    Multiplier
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
port-1-1                           500            500            3
port-1-1                           10             10             3
port-1-2                           500            500            3
port-1-2                           10             10             3
port-1-3                           500            500            3
port-1-3                           10             10             3
port-1-4                           500            500            3
port-1-4                           10             10             3
port-1-5                           500            500            3
...
===============================================================================
Table 28. BFD Interface Fields

Label

Description

TX Interval

Displays the interval, in milliseconds, between the transmitted BFD messages to maintain the session

RX Interval

Displays the expected interval, in milliseconds, between the received BFD messages to maintain the session

Multiplier

Displays the integer used by BFD to declare when the neighbor is down

interface

Syntax

interface [interface-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>icmp6 interface)

[Tree] (show>router>icmp interface)

Full Context

show router icmp6 interface

show router icmp interface

Description

This command displays interface ICMP and ICMP6 statistics.

Parameters

interface-name

Only displays entries associated with the specified IP interface name.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of ICMPv6 interface statistics, and ICMP6 Interface Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
B:CORE2# show router icmp6 interface net1_1_2 
===============================================================================
Interface ICMPv6 Stats
===============================================================================
Interface "net1_1_2"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Received
Total                   : 41            Errors                  : 0            
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirects               : 0            
Time Exceeded           : 0             Pkt Too Big             : 0            
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0            
Router Solicits         : 0             Router Advertisements   : 0            
Neighbor Solicits       : 20            Neighbor Advertisements : 21           
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sent
Total                   : 47            Errors                  : 0            
Destination Unreachable : 0             Redirects               : 0            
Time Exceeded           : 0             Pkt Too Big             : 0            
Echo Request            : 0             Echo Reply              : 0            
Router Solicits         : 0             Router Advertisements   : 0            
Neighbor Solicits       : 27            Neighbor Advertisements : 20           
===============================================================================
B:CORE2#
Table 29. ICMP6 Interface Fields

Label

Description

Total

The total number of all messages

Destination Unreachable

The number of message that did not reach the destination

Time Exceeded

The number of messages that exceeded the time threshold

Echo Request

The number of echo requests

Router Solicits

The number of times the local router was solicited

Neighbor Solicits

The number of times the neighbor router was solicited

Errors

The number of error messages

Redirects

The number of packet redirects

Pkt Too big

The number of packets that exceed appropriate size

Echo Reply

The number of echo replies

Router Advertisements

The number of times the router advertised its location

Neighbor Advertisements

The number of times the neighbor router advertised its location

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>isis interface)

Full Context

show router isis interface

Description

This command displays IS-IS interface information. When no ip-addr or the ip-int-name is specified, all interfaces are listed.

Parameters

ip-address

Only displays the interface information associated with the specified IP address.

Values

ipv4-address

  • a.b.c.d (host bits must be 0)

ipv6-address

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x: [0 to FFFF]H

  • d: [0 to 255]D

ip-int-name

Only displays the interface information associated with the specified IP interface name.

detail

All output is displayed in the detailed format.

Platforms

All

Output

The following outputs are examples of IS-IS interface information, and IS-IS Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show router isis interface
===============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 Interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface                        Level CircID  Oper      L1/L2 Metric     Type
                                               State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
To_PE1                           L1L2  2       Down      0/0              bcst
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces : 1
===============================================================================
Output Example
A:Dut-A# show router isis 0 interface detail
===============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 Interfaces (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface       : Loopback0                       Level Capability: L1L2
Oper State      : Up                              Admin State     : Up
Auth Keychain   : Disabled
Auth Type       : None                            Auth State      : Enabled
Circuit Id      : 2                               Retransmit Int. : 5
Type            : Pt-to-Pt                        LSP Pacing Int. : 100
Oper Type       : Pt-to-Pt                        CSNP Int.       : 10
Mesh Group      : Inactive                        BER             : none
LFA NH Template : None                            Bfd Enabled     : No
Topology        : IPv4-Unicast, IPv6-Unicast, IPv4-Multicast, IPv6-Multicast
Te Metric       : 0                               Te State        : Down
Admin Groups    : None
Ldp Sync        : outOfService                    Ldp Sync Wait   : Disabled
Ldp Timer State : Disabled                        Ldp Tm Left     : 0
Route Tag       : None                            LFA             : Included
Default Instance: N/A                             Load Bal Weight : None
Hello Padding   : Disabled
IPv4 Node SID   : Index 1                         IPv6 Node SID   : none
Flex Algo       : 128
  IPv4 Node SID : Index 11                        IPv6 Node SID   : None
  Level         : 1                               Adjacencies     : 0
  Auth Keychain : Disabled
  Auth Type     : None                            Metric          : 0
  Hello Timer   : 9                               IPv6-Ucast-Met  : 0
  Priority      : 64                              IPv6-Mcast-Met  : 0
  Passive       : Yes                             IPv4-Mcast-Met  : 0
  SD-Offset     : 0                               SF-Offset       : 0
  Hello Mult.   : 3                               LSP Tx Q Count  : 0
  Hello Padding : Disabled
  Level         : 2                               Adjacencies     : 0
  Auth Keychain : Disabled
  Auth Type     : None                            Metric          : 0
  Hello Timer   : 9                               IPv6-Ucast-Met  : 0
  Priority      : 64                              IPv6-Mcast-Met  : 0
  Passive       : Yes                             IPv4-Mcast-Met  : 0
  SD-Offset     : 0                               SF-Offset       : 0
  Hello Mult.   : 3                               LSP Tx Q Count  : 0
  Hello Padding : Disabled
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface       : To_B                            Level Capability: L2
Oper State      : Up                              Admin State     : Up
Auth Keychain   : Disabled
Auth Type       : None                            Auth State      : Enabled
Circuit Id      : 3                               Retransmit Int. : 5
Type            : Pt-to-Pt                        LSP Pacing Int. : 100
Oper Type       : Pt-to-Pt                        CSNP Int.       : 10
Mesh Group      : Inactive                        BER             : none
LFA NH Template : None                            Bfd Enabled     : No
Topology        : IPv4-Unicast, IPv6-Unicast, IPv4-Multicast, IPv6-Multicast
Te Metric       : 0                               Te State        : Down
Admin Groups    : None
Ldp Sync        : outOfService                    Ldp Sync Wait   : Disabled
Ldp Timer State : Disabled                        Ldp Tm Left     : 0
Route Tag       : None                            LFA             : Included
Default Instance: N/A                             Load Bal Weight : None
Hello Padding   : Disabled
  Level         : 2                               Adjacencies     : 1
  Auth Keychain : Disabled
  Auth Type     : None                            Metric          : 10
  Hello Timer   : 9                               IPv6-Ucast-Met  : 10
  Priority      : 64                              IPv6-Mcast-Met  : 10
  Passive       : No                              IPv4-Mcast-Met  : 10
  SD-Offset     : 0                               SF-Offset       : 0
  Hello Mult.   : 3                               LSP Tx Q Count  : 0
  Hello Padding : Disabled
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface       : To_C                            Level Capability: L2
Oper State      : Up                              Admin State     : Up
Auth Keychain   : Disabled
Auth Type       : None                            Auth State      : Enabled
Circuit Id      : 4                               Retransmit Int. : 5
Type            : Pt-to-Pt                        LSP Pacing Int. : 100
Oper Type       : Pt-to-Pt                        CSNP Int.       : 10
Mesh Group      : Inactive                        BER             : none
LFA NH Template : None                            Bfd Enabled     : No
Topology        : IPv4-Unicast, IPv6-Unicast, IPv4-Multicast, IPv6-Multicast
Te Metric       : 0                               Te State        : Down
Admin Groups    : None
Ldp Sync        : outOfService                    Ldp Sync Wait   : Disabled
Ldp Timer State : Disabled                        Ldp Tm Left     : 0
Route Tag       : None                            LFA             : Included
Default Instance: N/A                             Load Bal Weight : None
Hello Padding   : Disabled
Level         : 2                               Adjacencies     : 1
  Auth Keychain : Disabled
  Auth Type     : None                            Metric          : 10
  Hello Timer   : 9                               IPv6-Ucast-Met  : 10
  Priority      : 64                              IPv6-Mcast-Met  : 10
  Passive       : No                              IPv4-Mcast-Met  : 10
  SD-Offset     : 0                               SF-Offset       : 0
  Hello Mult.   : 3                               LSP Tx Q Count  : 0
  Hello Padding : Disabled
===============================================================================
A:Dut-A#
Output Example
A:Dut-C# show router isis interface "Loopback0" detail
===============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 Interfaces (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface       : Loopback0                       Level Capability: L1L2
Oper State      : Up                              Admin State     : Up
Auth Keychain   : Disabled
Auth Type       : None                            Auth State      : Enabled
Circuit Id      : 2                               Retransmit Int. : 5
Type            : Pt-to-Pt                        LSP Pacing Int. : 100
Oper Type       : Pt-to-Pt                        CSNP Int.       : 10
Mesh Group      : Inactive                        BER             : none
LFA NH Template : None                            Bfd Enabled     : No
Topology        : IPv4-Unicast, IPv6-Unicast, IPv4-Multicast, IPv6-Multicast
Te Metric       : 0                               Te State        : Down
Admin Groups    : None
Ldp Sync        : outOfService                    Ldp Sync Wait   : Disabled
Ldp Timer State : Disabled                        Ldp Tm Left     : 0
Route Tag       : None                            LFA             : Included
Default Instance: N/A                             Load Bal Weight : None
Hello Padding   : Disabled
IPv4 Node SID   : Index 3                         IPv6 Node SID   : none
IPv4 shared SID : <Yes/No>                        IPv6 shared SID : <Yes/No>
  Level         : 1                               Adjacencies     : 0
  Auth Keychain : Disabled
  Auth Type     : None                            Metric          : 0
  Hello Timer   : 9                               IPv6-Ucast-Met  : 0
  Priority      : 64                              IPv6-Mcast-Met  : 0
  Passive       : Yes                             IPv4-Mcast-Met  : 0
  SD-Offset     : 0                               SF-Offset       : 0
  Hello Mult.   : 3                               LSP Tx Q Count  : 0
  Hello Padding : Disabled
  Level         : 2                               Adjacencies     : 0
  Auth Keychain : Disabled
  Auth Type     : None                            Metric          : 0
  Hello Timer   : 9                               IPv6-Ucast-Met  : 0
  Priority      : 64                              IPv6-Mcast-Met  : 0
  Passive       : Yes                             IPv4-Mcast-Met  : 0
  SD-Offset     : 0                               SF-Offset       : 0
  Hello Mult.   : 3                               LSP Tx Q Count  : 0
  Hello Padding : Disabled
===============================================================================
A:Dut-C#
Table 30. IS-IS Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface

The interface name

Level Capability

Specifies the interface level (1, 2, or 1 and 2)

Circuit Id

Specifies the circuit identifier

Oper State

Up — The interface is operationally up

Down — The interface is operationally down

Metric

Interface metric for Level 1 and Level 2, if none are set to 0

Type

p2p — The operational interface type is point-to-point

bcst — The operational interface type is broadcast

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] [detail]

interface [area area-id] [detail]

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address] database [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ospf interface)

Full Context

show router ospf interface

Description

This command displays the details of the OSPF interface identifiable by the IP address or IP interface name. When neither is specified, all in-service interfaces are displayed.

The detail option generates large volumes of data. Nokia recommends using the detail keyword only when requesting a specific interface.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays only the interface identified by this interface name, up to a maximum of 32 characters.

ip-address

Displays only the interface identified by this IPv4 address.

Values

ipv4-address:

  • a.b.c.d

area area-id

Displays all interfaces configured in this area.

Values

ip-address — a.b.c.d

area — 0 to 4294967295

detail

Displays detailed information for the interface.

database

Displays database information for the interface.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of the OSPF interface information, and OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf interface "system"
Output Example
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 0 Interface "system"
===============================================================================
If Name               Area Id         Designated Rtr  Bkup Desig Rtr  Adm  Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
system                0.0.0.0         10.20.1.3       0.0.0.0         Up   DR
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of OSPF Interfaces: 1
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed OSPF interface information, and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf interface "system" detail
Output Example
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 0 Interface "system" (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 10.20.1.3
node sid index   : 33
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 5 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 15 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 0                    Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Cfg IF Type      : None
Passive          : True                 Cfg MTU          : 0
LSA-filter-out   : None                 Adv Rtr Capab    : Yes
LFA              : Include              LFA NH Template  : 
RIB-priority     : None                 
Auth Type        : None                 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Designated Rtr
Designated Rtr   : 10.20.1.3            Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Broadcast            Network Type     : Stub
Oper MTU         : 1500                 Last Enabled     : 05/27/2015 08:35:53
Oper Metric      : 0                    Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 0                    Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 4
Tot Rx Packets   : 0                    Tot Tx Packets   : 0
Rx Hellos        : 0                    Tx Hellos        : 0
Rx DBDs          : 0                    Tx DBDs          : 0
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 0
Rx LSUs          : 0                    Tx LSUs          : 0
Rx LS Acks       : 0                    Tx LS Acks       : 0
Retransmits      : 0                    Discards         : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of the OSPF interface information, and OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf 1 interface "DUTC_TO_DUTB.1.0"
Output Example
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 1 Interface "DUTC_TO_DUTB.1.0"
===============================================================================
If Name               Area Id         Designated Rtr  Bkup Desig Rtr  Adm  Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DUTC_TO_DUTB.1.0      0.0.0.0         0.0.0.0         0.0.0.0         Up   PToP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of OSPF Interfaces: 1
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed OSPF interface information, and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf 1 interface "DUTC_TO_DUTB.1.0" detail 
Output Example
=======================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 1 Interface "DUTC_TO_DUTB.1.0" (detail)
=======================================================================
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 1.0.23.3
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 2 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 10 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 7000                 Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Cfg IF Type      : Point To Point
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 0
LSA-filter-out   : None                 Adv Rtr Capab    : Yes
LFA              : Include              LFA NH Template  : template1
Auth Type        : None                 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Point To Point
Designated Rtr   : 0.0.0.0              Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Point To Point       Network Type     : Transit
Oper MTU         : 1500                 Last Enabled     : 01/14/2014 14:33:07
Oper Metric      : 7000                 Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 7000                 Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 1                    If Events        : 1
Tot Rx Packets   : 603                  Tot Tx Packets   : 602
Rx Hellos        : 576                  Tx Hellos        : 577
Rx DBDs          : 3                    Tx DBDs          : 2
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 1
Rx LSUs          : 15                   Tx LSUs          : 16
Rx LS Acks       : 9                    Tx LS Acks       : 6
Retransmits      : 2                    Discards         : 2
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 1
Bad Dead Int.    : 1                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
=======================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed OSPF interface information, and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf 1 interface "ip_if_1" detail
Output Example
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 1 Interface "ip_if_1" (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 10.10.1.1
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 10
Hello Intrvl     : 9 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 45 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 10 sec               Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 11                   Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 2                    Auth Type        : MD5
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 9198
LFA              : Exclude
IPsec InStatSA   :                      IPsec OutStatSA  :
IPsec InStatSATmp:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Down
Designated Rtr   : 0.0.0.0              Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Secondary            Network Type     : Stub
Oper MTU         : 1576                 Last Enabled     : Never
Oper Metric      : 11                   Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 16777215             Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 0
Tot Rx Packets   : 0                    Tot Tx Packets   : 0
Rx Hellos        : 0                    Tx Hellos        : 0
Rx DBDs          : 0                    Tx DBDs          : 0
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 0
Rx LSUs          : 0                    Tx LSUs          : 0
Rx LS Acks       : 0                    Tx LS Acks       : 0
Retransmits      : 0                    Discards         : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 10.10.1.1
Area Id          : 1.1.1.1              Priority         : 10
Hello Intrvl     : 9 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 45 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 10 sec               Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 11                   Advert Subnet    : False
Transit Delay    : 2                    Auth Type        : MD5
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 9198
LFA              : Exclude
IPsec InStatSA   :                      IPsec OutStatSA  :
IPsec InStatSATmp:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Down
Designated Rtr   : 0.0.0.0              Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Point To Point       Network Type     : Stub
Oper MTU         : 1576                 Last Enabled     : Never
Oper Metric      : 11                   Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 16777215             Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 0
Tot Rx Packets   : 0                    Tot Tx Packets   : 0
Rx Hellos        : 0                    Tx Hellos        : 0
Rx DBDs          : 0                    Tx DBDs          : 0
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 0
Rx LSUs          : 0                    Tx LSUs          : 0
Rx LS Acks       : 0                    Tx LS Acks       : 0
Retransmits      : 0                    Discards         : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed OSPF interface information, and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf 1 interface area 1.1.1.1 detail
Output Example
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 1 Interfaces in area 1.1.1.1 (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface : ip_if_1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 10.10.1.1
Area Id          : 1.1.1.1              Priority         : 10
Hello Intrvl     : 9 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 45 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 10 sec               Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 11                   Advert Subnet    : False
Transit Delay    : 2                    Auth Type        : MD5
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 9198
LFA              : Exclude
IPsec InStatSA   :                      IPsec OutStatSA  :
IPsec InStatSATmp:
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Down
Designated Rtr   : 0.0.0.0              Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Point To Point       Network Type     : Stub
Oper MTU         : 1576                 Last Enabled     : Never
Oper Metric      : 11                   Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 16777215             Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 0
Tot Rx Packets   : 0                    Tot Tx Packets   : 0
Rx Hellos        : 0                    Tx Hellos        : 0
Rx DBDs          : 0                    Tx DBDs          : 0
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 0
Rx LSUs          : 0                    Tx LSUs          : 0
Rx LS Acks       : 0                    Tx LS Acks       : 0
Retransmits      : 0                    Discards         : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed OSPF interface information, and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf 1 interface detail
Output Example
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 1 Interfaces (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface : system
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 9.1.255.255
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 10 sec               Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 40 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 0                    Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Auth Type        : None
Passive          : True                 Cfg MTU          : 0
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Designated Rtr
Designated Rtr   : 2.2.2.2              Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Broadcast            Network Type     : Transit
Oper MTU         : 1500                 Last Enabled     : 05/14/2006 09:16:26
Oper Metric      : 0                    Bfd Enabled      : No
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 5
Tot Rx Packets   : 0                    Tot Tx Packets   : 0
Rx Hellos        : 0                    Tx Hellos        : 0
Rx DBDs          : 0                    Tx DBDs          : 0
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 0
Rx LSUs          : 0                    Tx LSUs          : 0
Rx LS Acks       : 0                    Tx LS Acks       : 0
Retransmits      : 0                    Discards         : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface : sender
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 11.1.1.1
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 10 sec               Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 40 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 0                    Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Auth Type        : None
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 0
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed OSPF interface information, and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf interface "toB"  detail
Output Example (OSPF Detailed)
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 0 Interface "toB" (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 1.2.3.3
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 2 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 6 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 1000                 Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Cfg IF Type      : None
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 0
LSA-filter-out   : None                 Adv Rtr Capab    : Yes
LFA              : Include              LFA NH Template  : 
Load Bal Weight  : None                 
RIB-priority     : None                 
Auth Type        : None                 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Designated Rtr
Designated Rtr   : 10.0.0.3             Backup Desig Rtr : 10.0.0.2
IF Type          : Broadcast            Network Type     : Transit
Oper MTU         : 1486                 Last Enabled     : 08/12/2021 12:50:44
Oper Metric      : 1000                 Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 1000                 Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 1                    If Events        : 4
Tot Rx Packets   : 38                   Tot Tx Packets   : 48
Rx Hellos        : 11                   Tx Hellos        : 15
Rx DBDs          : 3                    Tx DBDs          : 2
Rx LSRs          : 1                    Tx LSRs          : 1
Rx LSUs          : 18                   Tx LSUs          : 27
Rx LS Acks       : 5                    Tx LS Acks       : 3
Discards         : 1                    Tx Failures      : 1
                                        Retransmits      : 1
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 1
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of the detailed OSPF interface information and Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

show router ospf interface detail "to_Dut-A"

Output Example

===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 0 Interface "to_Dut-A" (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : 1.1.3.3
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 5 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 20 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 1000                 Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Cfg IF Type      : Point To Point
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 0
LSA-filter-out   : None                 Adv Rtr Capab    : Yes
LFA              : Include              LFA NH Template  :
Load Bal Weight  : None                 Bfd Enabled      : Yes
Bfd Strict Mode  : No                   Bfd Str Holddown : 0 sec
RIB-priority     : None
Auth Type        : None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Down
Designated Rtr   : 0.0.0.0              Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Point To Point       Network Type     : Stub
Oper MTU         : 1564                 Last Enabled     : 11/30/2022 06:07:00
Oper Metric      : 1000                 .                                     . 
Te Metric        : 1000                 Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 2
Tot Rx Packets   : 3080                 Tot Tx Packets   : 3094
Rx Hellos        : 3029                 Tx Hellos        : 3032
Rx DBDs          : 3                    Tx DBDs          : 2
Rx LSRs          : 1                    Tx LSRs          : 1
Rx LSUs          : 20                   Tx LSUs          : 48
Rx LS Acks       : 27                   Tx LS Acks       : 11
Discards         : 0                    Tx Failures      : 1
                                        Retransmits      : 3
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
===============================================================================
Table 31. OSPF Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

If Name

The interface name.

Area Id

A 32-bit integer uniquely identifying the area to which this interface is connected. Area ID 0.0.0.0 is used for the OSPF backbone.

D Rtr Id

The IP interface address of the router identified as the Designated Router for the network in which this interface is configured. Set to 0.0.0.0 if there is no Designated Router.

BD Rtr Id

The IP interface address of the router identified as the Backup Designated Router for the network in which this interface is configured. Set to 0.0.0.0 if there is no Backup Designated router.

Adm

Dn — OSPF on this interface is administratively shut down.

Up — OSPF on this interface is administratively enabled.

Opr

Down — This is the initial interface state. In this state, the lower-level protocols have indicated that the interface is unusable.

Wait — The router is trying to determine the identity of the (Backup) Designated router for the network.

PToP — The interface is operational, and connects either to a physical point-to-point network or to a virtual link.

DR — This router is the Designated Router for this network.

BDR — This router is the Backup Designated Router for this network.

ODR — The interface is operational and part of a broadcast or NBMA network on which another router has been selected to be the Designated Router.

No. of OSPF Interfaces

The number of interfaces listed.

Table 32. Detailed OSPF Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

Interface

The IP address of this OSPF interface.

IP Address

The IP address and mask of this OSPF interface.

Area Id

A 32-bit integer uniquely identifying the area to which this interface is connected. Area ID 0.0.0.0 is used for the OSPF backbone.

Priority

The priority of this interface. Used in multi-access networks, this field is used in the designated router election algorithm.

Hello Intrvl

The length of time, in seconds, between the Hello packets that the router sends on the interface. This value must be the same for all routers attached to a common network.

Rtr Dead Intrvl

The number of seconds that a router's Hello packets have not been seen before its neighbors declare the router down. This should be some multiple of the Hello interval. This value must be the same for all routers attached to a common network.

Retrans Intrvl

The number of seconds between link-state advertisement retransmissions, for adjacencies belonging to this interface. This value is also used when retransmitting database description and link-state request packets.

Poll Intrvl

The larger time interval, in seconds, between the Hello packets sent to an inactive non-broadcast multi-access neighbor.

Cfg Metric

The metric to be advertised for this interface.

Advert Subnet

False — When a point-to-point interface is configured as false, then the subnet is not advertised and the endpoints are advertised as host routes.

True — When a point-to-point interface is configured to true, then the subnet is advertised.

Transit Delay

The estimated number of seconds it takes to transmit a link state update packet over this interface.

Cfg IF Type The configured interface type.
Passive

False — This interface operates as a normal OSPF interface with regard to adjacency forming and network/link behavior.

True — No OSPF HELLOs will be sent out on this interface and the router advertises this interface as a stub network/link in its router LSAs.

Cfg MTU

The desired size of the largest packet which can be sent/received on this OSPF interface, specified in octets. This size does include the underlying IP header length, but not the underlying layer headers/trailers.

LSA-filter-out

This field indicates if LSA filter out is configured.

Adv Rtr Capab

The capability of the advertising router.

LFA

This field indicates if Loop-Free Alternate (LFA) is configured.

LFA NH Template

The LFA Next-Hop (NH) template configuration.

Load Bal Weight

The load balancing weight, if this weight is configured.

Bfd Enabled

This field indicates if Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) is enabled. The field will include one of the following values:

  • Yes – BFD is enabled.

  • No – BFD is disabled.

Bfd Strict Mode

This field indicates if BFD strict-mode is enabled. The field will include one of the following values:

  • Yes – BFD strict-mode is enabled.

  • No – BFD strict-mode is disabled.

Bfd Str Holddown

The BFD strict-mode holddown timer.

RIB-priority

The RIB prioritization for the OSPF protocol specified as either high (enabled) or none (disabled). When enabled at the OSPF interface level, all routes learned through the associated OSPF interface are processed through the OSPF route calculation process at a higher priority. This field is configured using the configure router ospf area interface rib-priority [high] command.

Auth Type

Identifies the authentication procedure to be used for the packet.

None — Routing exchanges over the network/subnet are not authenticated.

Simple — A 64-bit field is configured on a per-network basis. All packets sent on a particular network must have this configured value in their OSPF header 64-bit authentication field. This essentially serves as a "clear” 64-bit password.

MD5 — A shared secret key is configured in all routers attached to a common network/subnet. For each OSPF protocol packet, the key is used to generate/verify a "message digest” that is appended to the end of the OSPF packet.

Admin Status

Disabled — OSPF on this interface is administratively shut down.

Enabled — OSPF on this interface is administratively enabled.

Oper State

Down — This is the initial interface state. In this state, the lower-level protocols have indicated that the interface is unusable.

Waiting — The router is trying to determine the identity of the (Backup) Designated Router for the network.

Point To Point — The interface is operational, and connects either to a physical point-to-point network or to a virtual link.

Designated Rtr — This router is the Designated Router for this network.

Other Desig Rtr — The interface is operational and part of a broadcast or NBMA network on which another router has been selected to be the Designated Router.

Backup Desig Rtr — This router is the Backup Designated Router for this network.

Designated Rtr

The IP interface address of the router identified as the Designated Router for the network in which this interface is configured. Set to 0.0.0.0 if there is no Designated router.

Backup Designated Router

The IP interface address of the router identified as the Backup Designated Router for the network in which this interface is configured. Set to 0.0.0.0 if there is no Backup Designated Router.

IF Type

Broadcast — LANs, such as Ethernet.

Non-Broadcast — X.25, Frame Relay and similar technologies.

Point-To-Point — Point-to-point links.

Network Type

Stub — OSPF has not established a neighbor relationship with any other OSPF router on this network as such only traffic sourced or destined to this network is routed to this network.

Transit — OSPF has established at least one neighbor relationship with any other OSPF router on this network as such traffic enroute to other networks may be routed via this network.

Oper MTU

The operational size of the largest packet which can be sent or received on this OSPF interface, specified in octets. This size does include the underlying IP header length, but not the underlying layer headers/trailers.

Last Enabled

The time that this interface was last enabled to run OSPF on this interface.

Oper Metric The operational metric for the interface used by OSPF.
Te Metric

Indicates the TE metric configured for this interface. This metric is flooded out in the TE metric sub-tlv in the OSPF TE LSAs. Depending on the configuration, either the TE metric value or the native OSPF metric value is used in CSPF computations.

Te State Indicates if TE is enabled on the interface.
Admin Groups

Indicates the bitmap inherited from MPLS interface that identifies the admin groups to which this interface belongs.

Ldp Sync

Specifies whether the IGP-LDP synchronization feature is enabled or disabled on all interfaces participating in the OSPF routing protocol.

Ldp Sync Wait

Indicates the time to wait for the LDP adjacency to come up.

Ldp Timer State

Indicates the state of the LDP sync time left on the OSPF interface.

Ldp Tm Left

Indicates the time left before OSPF reverts back to advertising normal metric for this interface.

Nbr Count

The number of OSPF neighbors on the network for this interface.

If Events

The number of times this OSPF interface has changed its state, or an error has occurred since this interface was last enabled.

Tot Rx Packets

The total number of OSPF packets received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tot Tx Packets

The total number of OSPF packets transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx Hellos

The total number of OSPF Hello packets received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx Hellos

The total number of OSPF Hello packets transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx DBDs

The total number of OSPF database description packets received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx DBDs

The total number of OSPF database description packets transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx LSRs

The total number of Link State Requests (LSRs) received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx LSRs

The total number of Link State Requests (LSRs) transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx LSUs

The total number of Link State Updates (LSUs) received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx LSUs

The total number of Link State Updates (LSUs) transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx LS Acks

The total number of Link State Acknowledgments received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx LS Acks

The total number of Link State Acknowledgments transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Discards

The total number of OSPF packets discarded on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx Failures

Transmitted OSPF packets that are dropped due to resource shortage.

Retransmits

The total number of OSPF Retransmits sent on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Networks

The total number of OSPF packets received with invalid network or mask since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Virt Links

The total number of OSPF packets received on this interface that are destined to a virtual link that does not exist since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Areas

The total number of OSPF packets received with an area mismatch since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Dest Addrs

The total number of OSPF packets received with the incorrect IP destination address since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Auth Types

The total number of OSPF packets received with an invalid authorization type since this interface was last enabled.

Auth Failures

The total number of OSPF packets received with an invalid authorization key since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Neighbors

The total number of OSPF packets received where the neighbor information does not match the information this router has for the neighbor since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Pkt Types

The total number of OSPF packets received with an invalid OSPF packet type since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Lengths

The total number of OSPF packets received on this interface with a total length not equal to the length given in the packet itself since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Hello Int.

The total number of OSPF packets received where the hello interval given in packet was not equal to that configured on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Dead Int.

The total number of OSPF packets received where the dead interval given in the packet was not equal to that configured on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Options

The total number of OSPF packets received with an option that does not match those configured for this interface or area since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Versions

The total number of OSPF packets received with bad OSPF version numbers since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Checksums The number of bad checksums for the interface.
LSA Count The LSA count for the interface.
LSA Checksum The sum of all link-scoped LSA checksums on the interface.

interface

Syntax

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address | ipv6-address] [detail]

interface [area area-id] [ detail]

interface [ip-int-name | ip-address ]| ipv6-address database [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ospf3 interface)

Full Context

show router ospf3 interface

Description

This command displays the details of the OSPFv3 interface identified by the IP address or IP interface name. When neither is specified, all in-service interfaces are displayed.

The detail option generates large volumes of data. Nokia recommends using the detail keyword only when requesting a specific interface.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays only the interface identified by this interface name, up to a maximum of 32 characters.

ip-address

Displays only the interface identified by this IPv4 or IPv6 address.

Values

ipv4-address:

  • a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x (eight 16-bit pieces)

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x: [0 to FFFF]H

  • d: [0 to 255]D

area area-id

Displays all interfaces configured in this area.

Values

ip-address — a.b.c.d

area — 0 to 4294967295

detail

Displays detailed information for the interface.

database

Displays database information for the interface.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of an OSPFv3 interface information, and Detailed OSPFv3 Interface Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example (OSPFv3 Detailed)
show router ospf3 interface "toB"  detail 
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv3 Instance 0 Interface "toB" (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : fe80::200:ff:fe00:3-"toB"
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 2 sec                Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 10 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 1000                 Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Cfg IF Type      : None
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 0
LSA-filter-out   : None                 Adv Rtr Capab    : Yes
LFA              : Include              LFA NH Template  : 
Load Bal Weight  : None                 
RIB-priority     : None                 
IPsec InStatSA   :                      IPsec OutStatSA  : 
IPsec InStatSATmp:                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Designated Rtr
Designated Rtr   : 10.0.0.3             Backup Desig Rtr : 10.0.0.2
IF Type          : Broadcast            Network Type     : Transit
Oper MTU         : 1486                 Last Enabled     : 08/12/2021 12:50:45
Oper Metric      : 1000                 Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 1000                 Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 1                    If Events        : 2
Tot Rx Packets   : 141                  Tot Tx Packets   : 162
Rx Hellos        : 93                   Tx Hellos        : 94
Rx DBDs          : 3                    Tx DBDs          : 2
Rx LSRs          : 1                    Tx LSRs          : 1
Rx LSUs          : 39                   Tx LSUs          : 62
Rx LS Acks       : 5                    Tx LS Acks       : 3
Discards         : 0                    Tx Failures      : 0
                                        Retransmits      : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 2                    LSA Checksum     : 0x136b4
===============================================================================
Table 33. Detailed OSPFv3 Interface Output Fields

Label

Description

IP Address

The IP address and mask of this OSPF interface.

Area Id

A 32-bit integer uniquely identifying the area to which this interface is connected. Area ID 0.0.0.0 is used for the OSPF backbone.

Priority

The priority of this interface. Used in multi-access networks, this field is used in the designated router election algorithm.

Hello Intrvl

The interval of time, in seconds, between the Hello packets that the router sends on the interface. This value must be the same for all routers attached to a common network.

Rtr Dead Intrvl

The number of seconds that a router's Hello packets have not been seen before its neighbors declare the router down. This should be some multiple of the hello interval. This value must be the same for all routers attached to a common network.

Retrans Intrvl

The number of seconds between link-state advertisement retransmissions, for adjacencies belonging to this interface. This value is also used when retransmitting database description and link-state request packets.

Poll Intrvl

The larger time interval, in seconds, between the Hello packets sent to an inactive non-broadcast multi-access neighbor.

Advert Subnet

False — When a point-to-point interface is configured as false, the subnet is not advertised and the endpoints are advertised as host routes.

True — When a point-to-point interface is configured to true, then the subnet is advertised.

Transit Delay

The estimated number of seconds it takes to transmit a link state update packet over this interface.

Passive

False — This interfaces operates as a normal OSPF interface with regard to adjacency forming and network/link behavior.

True — No OSPF Hello messages sent out on this interface and the router advertises this interface as a stub network/link in its router LSAs.

MTU

The desired size of the largest packet, specified in octets, which can be sent or received on this OSPF interface. This size includes the underlying IP header length, but not the underlying layer headers and trailers.

Admin Status

Disabled — OSPF on this interface is administratively shut down.

Enabled — OSPF on this interface is administratively enabled.

Oper State

Down — This is the initial interface state. In this state, the lower-level protocols have indicated that the interface is unusable.

Waiting — The router is trying to determine the identity of the (Backup) Designated router for the network.

Point To Point — The interface is operational, and connects either to a physical point-to-point network or to a virtual link.

Designated Rtr — This router is the Designated router for this network.

Other Desig Rtr — The interface is operational and part of a broadcast or NBMA network on which another router has been selected to be the Designated router.

Backup Desig Rtr — This router is the Backup Designated router for this network.

IF Type

Broadcast — LANs, such as Ethernet.

Non-Broadcast — X.25, Frame Relay and similar technologies.

Point-To-Point — Point-to-point links.

Network Type

Stub — OSPF has not established a neighbor relationship with any other OSPF router on this network as such only traffic sourced or destined to this network is routed to this network.

Transit — OSPF has established at least one neighbor relationship with any other OSPF router on this network as such traffic enroute to other networks may be routed via this network.

Oper MTU

The operational size of the largest packet, in octets, which can be sent or received on this OSPF interface. This size includes the underlying IP header length, but not the underlying layer headers and trailers.

Last Enabled

The time that this interface was last enabled to run OSPF on this interface.

Nbr Count

The number of OSPF neighbors on the network for this interface.

If Events

The number of times this OSPF interface has changed its state, or an error has occurred since this interface was last enabled.

Tot Rx Packets

The total number of OSPF packets received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tot Tx Packets

The total number of OSPF packets transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx Hellos

The total number of OSPF Hello packets received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx Hellos

The total number of OSPF Hello packets transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx DBDs

The total number of OSPF database description packets received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx DBDs

The total number of OSPF database description packets transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx LSRs

The total number of Link State Requests (LSRs) received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx LSRs

The total number of LSRs transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx LSUs

The total number of Link State Updates (LSUs) received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx LSUs

The total number of LSUs transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Rx LS Acks

The total number of Link State Acknowledgments (LSAs) received on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Tx LS Acks

The total number of LSAs transmitted on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Retransmits

The total number of OSPF retransmits sent on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Discards

The total number of OSPF packets discarded on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Networks

The total number of OSPF packets received with invalid network or mask since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Virt Links

The total number of OSPF packets received on this interface that are destined to a virtual link that does not exist since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Areas

The total number of OSPF packets received with an area mismatch since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Dest Addrs

The total number of OSPF packets received with the incorrect IP destination address since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Auth Types

The total number of OSPF packets received with an invalid authorization type since this interface was last enabled.

Auth Failures

The total number of OSPF packets received with an invalid authorization key since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Neighbors

The total number of OSPF packets received where the neighbor information does not match the information this router has for the neighbor since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Pkt Types

The total number of OSPF packets received with an invalid OSPF packet type since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Lengths

The total number of OSPF packets received on this interface with a total length not equal to the length given in the packet itself since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Hello Int.

The total number of OSPF packets received where the hello interval given in packet was not equal to that configured on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Dead Int.

The total number of OSPF packets received where the dead interval given in the packet was not equal to that configured on this interface since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Options

The total number of OSPF packets received with an option that does not match those configured for this interface or area since this interface was last enabled.

Bad Versions

The total number of OSPF packets received with bad OSPF version numbers since this interface was last enabled.

Te State

Indicates the MPLS interface TE status from OSPF standpoint.

Admin Groups

Indicates the bit-map inherited from MPLS interface that identifies the admin groups to which this interface belongs.

Ldp Sync

Specifies whether the IGP-LDP synchronization feature is enabled or disabled on all interfaces participating in the OSPF routing protocol.

Ldp Sync Wait

Indicates the time to wait for the LDP adjacency to come up.

Ldp Timer State

Indicates the state of the LDP sync time left on the OSPF interface.

Ldp Tm Left

Indicates the time left before OSPF reverts back to advertising normal metric for this interface.

Tx Failures

Transmitted OSPFv3 packets that are dropped due to resource shortage.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show router ospf3 interface "Loopback0" detail
===============================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv3 Instance 0 Interface "Loopback0" (detail)
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Configuration
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address       : fe80::e13:ffff:fe00:0-"Loopback0"
node sid index   : 29                   Shared node sid  : <Yes/No>
Area Id          : 0.0.0.0              Priority         : 1
Hello Intrvl     : 10 sec               Rtr Dead Intrvl  : 40 sec
Retrans Intrvl   : 5 sec                Poll Intrvl      : 120 sec
Cfg Metric       : 0                    Advert Subnet    : True
Transit Delay    : 1                    Cfg IF Type      : None
Passive          : False                Cfg MTU          : 0
LSA-filter-out   : None                 Adv Rtr Capab    : Yes
LFA              : Include              LFA NH Template  :
Load Bal Weight  : None
RIB-priority     : None
IPsec InStatSA   :                      IPsec OutStatSA  :
IPsec InStatSATmp:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin Status     : Enabled              Oper State       : Designated Rtr
Designated Rtr   : 255.0.0.0            Backup Desig Rtr : 0.0.0.0
IF Type          : Broadcast            Network Type     : Stub
Oper MTU         : 1500                 Last Enabled     : 12/03/2020 14:14:33
Oper Metric      : 0                    Bfd Enabled      : No
Te Metric        : 0                    Te State         : Down
Admin Groups     : None
Ldp Sync         : outOfService         Ldp Sync Wait    : Disabled
Ldp Timer State  : Disabled             Ldp Tm Left      : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nbr Count        : 0                    If Events        : 2
Tot Rx Packets   : 0                    Tot Tx Packets   : 0
Rx Hellos        : 0                    Tx Hellos        : 0
Rx DBDs          : 0                    Tx DBDs          : 0
Rx LSRs          : 0                    Tx LSRs          : 0
Rx LSUs          : 0                    Tx LSUs          : 0
Rx LS Acks       : 0                    Tx LS Acks       : 0
Retransmits      : 0                    Discards         : 0
Bad Networks     : 0                    Bad Virt Links   : 0
Bad Areas        : 0                    Bad Dest Addrs   : 0
Bad Auth Types   : 0                    Auth Failures    : 0
Bad Neighbors    : 0                    Bad Pkt Types    : 0
Bad Lengths      : 0                    Bad Hello Int.   : 0
Bad Dead Int.    : 0                    Bad Options      : 0
Bad Versions     : 0                    Bad Checksums    : 0
LSA Count        : 0                    LSA Checksum     : 0x0
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-C#

interface

Syntax

interface interface-name [detail | aggregate | sample]

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam>link-measurement interface)

Full Context

show test-oam link-measurement interface

Description

This command displays the link measurement operational information, reporting, and recorded results for a specific interface.

Parameters

interface-name

Specifies the interface name, up to 32 characters, for which link measurement information is displayed.

detail

Optional keyword to display complete link measurement operational information, reporting, and results.

aggregate

Optional keyword to display operational information, reporting and aggregate sample window results.

sample

Optional keyword to display operational information, reporting, and sample window results.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

Output

The following output is an example of link measurement information for a specific interface, and the following table describes the output fields.

Output Example
show test-oam link-measurement interface "int-PE-1-PE-2"
===============================================================================
Interface Link Measurement Information - int-PE-1-PE-2
===============================================================================
Template Name: standard-direct
Oper State               : Up
Protocol                 : IPv6
Oper Source Address      : fe80::223:3eff:fe92:4a50
Source Auto-Assigned     : No
Oper Destination Address : fe80::427c:7dff:fe48:5681
Destination Auto-Assigned: No
Failure Condition(s)     : None
Detectable Tx Error      : None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting Enabled          : Yes
Delay Measure Last Reported: 28us
Timestamp                  : 2021/06/17 17:58:48
Triggered By               : SampleThresholdAbsolute
===============================================================================
show test-oam link-measurement interface "int-PE-1-PE-2" sample
===============================================================================
Interface Link Measurement Information - int-PE-1-PE-2
===============================================================================
Template Name: standard-direct
Oper State               : Up
Protocol                 : IPv6
Oper Source Address      : fe80::223:3eff:fe92:4a50
Source Auto-Assigned     : No
Oper Destination Address : fe80::427c:7dff:fe48:5681
Destination Auto-Assigned: No
Failure Condition(s)     : None
Detectable Tx Error      : None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting Enabled          : Yes
Delay Measure Last Reported: 28us
Timestamp                  : 2021/06/17 17:58:48
Triggered By               : SampleThresholdAbsolute
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample Window Delay Measurement Detail                 Currently Reporting: Max
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End Timestamp (UTC)       State  Rcv/Snt  Min(us) Max(us) Avg(us) Err I  Result
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
N/A                  InProgress    2/2          0       0       0   0 -       0
2021/06/20 17:47:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:46:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:45:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:44:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:43:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:42:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:41:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:40:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:39:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:38:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:37:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:36:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:35:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:34:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:33:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:32:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:31:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:30:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:29:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:28:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:27:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:26:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:25:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:24:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:23:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:22:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:21:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:20:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:19:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:18:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:17:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:16:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:15:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:14:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:13:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:12:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:11:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:10:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:09:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:08:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:07:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:06:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:05:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:04:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:03:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:02:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:01:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 17:00:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 16:59:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample and Aggregate Legend:
      *: Value greater than column width
    N/A: Nonexistent or incalculable value
      I: Integrity threshold satisfied
    Err: Count of duplicate packets and zero or negative valued measurements
===============================================================================
show test-oam link-measurement interface "int-PE-1-PE-2" aggregate
===============================================================================
Interface Link Measurement Information - int-PE-1-PE-2
===============================================================================
Template Name: standard-direct
Oper State               : Up
Protocol                 : IPv6
Oper Source Address      : fe80::223:3eff:fe92:4a50
Source Auto-Assigned     : No
Oper Destination Address : fe80::427c:7dff:fe48:5681
Destination Auto-Assigned: No
Failure Condition(s)     : None
Detectable Tx Error      : None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting Enabled          : Yes
Delay Measure Last Reported: 28us
Timestamp                  : 2021/06/17 17:58:48
Triggered By               : SampleThresholdAbsolute
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aggregate Sample Window Delay Measurement Detail       Currently Reporting: Max
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End Timestamp (UTC)               State Count Min(us) Max(us) Avg(us) I  Result
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
N/A                          InProgress     1       0       0       0 -       0
2021/06/20 17:46:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:43:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:40:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:37:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:34:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:31:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:28:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:25:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:22:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:19:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:16:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:13:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:10:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:07:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:04:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 17:01:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 16:58:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 16:55:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 16:52:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample and Aggregate Legend:
      *: Value greater than column width
    N/A: Nonexistent or incalculable value
      I: Integrity threshold satisfied
    Err: Count of duplicate packets and zero or negative valued measurements
=============================================================================== 
show test-oam link-measurement interface "int-PE-1-PE-2" detail
===============================================================================
Interface Link Measurement Information - int-PE-1-PE-2
===============================================================================
Template Name: standard-direct
Oper State               : Up
Protocol                 : IPv6
Oper Source Address      : fe80::223:3eff:fe92:4a50
Source Auto-Assigned     : No
Oper Destination Address : fe80::427c:7dff:fe48:5681
Destination Auto-Assigned: No
Failure Condition(s)     : None
Detectable Tx Error      : None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reporting Enabled          : Yes
Delay Measure Last Reported: 28us
Timestamp                  : 2021/06/17 17:58:48
Triggered By               : SampleThresholdAbsolute
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aggregate Sample Window Delay Measurement Detail       Currently Reporting: Max
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End Timestamp (UTC)               State Count Min(us) Max(us) Avg(us) I  Result
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
N/A                          InProgress     1       0       0       0 -       0
2021/06/20 19:04:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 19:01:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:58:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:55:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:52:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:49:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:46:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:43:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:40:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:37:48           Completed     3      25      25      25 Y      25
2021/06/20 18:34:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:31:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:28:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:25:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:22:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:19:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:16:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:13:48           Completed     3      27      27      27 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:10:48           Completed     3      25      27      26 Y      27
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample Window Delay Measurement Detail                 Currently Reporting: Max
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End Timestamp (UTC)       State  Rcv/Snt  Min(us) Max(us) Avg(us) Err I  Result
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
N/A                  InProgress   44/44         0       0       0   0 -       0
2021/06/20 19:05:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 19:04:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 19:03:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 19:02:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 19:01:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 19:00:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      24   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 18:59:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:58:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:57:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:56:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:55:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:54:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:53:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:52:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:51:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:50:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:49:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:48:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:47:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:46:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:45:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:44:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:43:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:42:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:41:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:40:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:39:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:38:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:37:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 18:36:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 18:35:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 18:34:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:33:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:32:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:31:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:30:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:29:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:28:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:27:48   Completed   60/60        21      25      23   0 Y      25
2021/06/20 18:26:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:25:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:24:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:23:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:22:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:21:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:20:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:19:48   Completed   60/60        23      27      24   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:18:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
2021/06/20 18:17:48   Completed   60/60        21      27      23   0 Y      27
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample and Aggregate Legend:
      *: Value greater than column width
    N/A: Nonexistent or incalculable value
      I: Integrity threshold satisfied
    Err: Count of duplicate packets and zero or negative valued measurements
===============================================================================
Table 34. Output Fields: Link Measurement Interface

Label

Description

Interface Link Measurement Information

Template Name

The name of the link measurement template

Oper State

The operational state of the test configured under the interface

Up — assigned link-measurement template, and a test protocol is enabled; UDP port available, and internal resources are available

Down — one or more requirements for the Up state is not met

Protocol

The active protocol encapsulating the test packet IPv4 or IPv6

Oper Source Address

The source address of the test packet

Source Auto-Assigned

The source address is automatically determined

No — the source is configured or cannot be automatically determined

Yes — the source is automatically determined

Oper Destination Address

The destination address of the test packet (IPv4 or IPv6)

Destination Auto-Assigned

The destination address is automatically determined.

No — the destination is configured or cannot be automatically determined

Yes — the destination is automatically determined

Failure Condition(s)

The requirements not met causing an Oper Down state

Detectable Tx Errors

The error condition detected that may prevent the test packet from being sent

Reporting

Reporting Enabled

The current value should be compared to a threshold and possibly reported

Yes — at least one threshold in either window is configured

No — none of the thresholds in either window is configured

Delay Measurement Last Reported

The value of the last measurement reported to the routing engine

Timestamp

The end timestamp (UTC) of the last reported delay measurement

Trigger By

The window and threshold type that was exceeded triggering the reporting. Only one will be reported if multiple are triggered in the same window.

Aggregate Sample Window Delay Measurement Detail

Count

The number of sample widows included in the aggregate sample window

Sample Window Delay Measurement Detail

Rcv/Snt

The number of response test packets received (Rcv) and sent (Snt)

Err

The number of errors included in the sample window. This is the total of duplicates, zero, and negative valued measurements. The negative error count is incremented if either direction is negative, regardless of the unidirectional-measurement configuration method. A negative measurement in either direction calls into question the validity of both directions. Errors are included in the receive count, but do not count toward integrity.

* — value exceeds column width; value more than 999

Common Table Labels

Currently Reporting

The configured value of the delay measurement to consider (Min, Max, Avg)

End Timestamp (UTC)

The time at which the window closed

State

The state of the window

InProgress — currently executing

Completed — closed via normal execution

Terminated — preempted by some action; closed and not considered for report

SwReported — new delay reported from this sample window

AswReported — new delay reported from this aggregate sample window (only applicable to Aggregate Sample Windows)

Min (us)

The minimum delay value recorded in this window, in units microseconds

N/A — not applicable or incalculable, when no responses are received, or all are in error

* — value exceeds column width; value in excess of 9999999

Max (us)

The maximum delay value recorded in this window, in units microseconds

N/A — not applicable or incalculable, when no responses are received, or all are in error

* — value exceeds column width; value in excess of 9999999

Avg (us)

The average delay value recorded in this window, in units microseconds

N/A — not applicable or incalculable, when no responses are received, or all are in error

* — value exceeds column width; value in excess of 9999999

I

The window has integrity and should be considered Y — yes, achieved integrity N — no, did not meet configured integrity percentage

Results

The metric considered for reporting in this window

N/A — not applicable or incalculable, when no responses are received, or all are in

* — value exceeds column width; value more than 9999999

interface

Syntax

interface interface [interface] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate] [aux-stats]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router>mpls interface)

Full Context

monitor router mpls interface

Description

This command displays statistics for MPLS interfaces at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

The first screen displays the current statistics related to the MPLS interface(s). The subsequent statistical information listed for each interval is displayed as a delta to the previous display. When the keyword rate is specified, the rate-per-second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta.

Monitor commands are similar to show commands but only statistical information displays. Monitor commands display the selected statistics according to the configured number of times at the interval specified.

Parameters

interface

Specifies the IP address of the interface (ip-address) or interface name (ip-int-name). Up to five interfaces can be specified. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

Values

ip-int-name, ip-address

seconds

Configures the interval for each display, in seconds.

Values

11 to 60

Default

11 seconds

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

Displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Displays rate-per-second for each statistic instead of the delta.

aux-stats

Displays auxiliary MPLS statistics next to the default MPLS statistics.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS interface information.

Output Example
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>mpls# interface system interval 3 repeat 3 absolute
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for MPLS Interface "system"
===============================================================================
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
===============================================================================
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>mpls# 


A:ALA-12>monitor>router>mpls# interface system interval 3 repeat 3 rate
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for MPLS Interface "system"
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
===============================================================================
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>mpls#

A:ALA-12>monitor router mpls interface aux-stats
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for MPLS Interface "toR2"
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Transmitted  : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Received     : Pkts - 0                     Octets - 0
  Transmitted  : SR-Pkts - 0                  SR-Octets - 0
  Received     : SR-Pkts - 0                  SR-Octets - 0
===============================================================================
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>mpls#

interface

Syntax

interface interface [interface] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router>ospf interface)

[Tree] (monitor>router>ospf3 interface)

Full Context

monitor router ospf interface

monitor router ospf3 interface

Description

This command displays statistics for OSPF interfaces at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

The first screen displays the current statistics related to the OSPF interface(s). The subsequent statistical information listed for each interval is displayed as a delta to the previous display.

When the keyword rate is specified, the rate-per-second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta.

Monitor commands are similar to show commands but only statistical information displays. Monitor commands display the selected statistics according to the configured number of times at the interval specified.

Parameters

interface

Specifies the IP address of the interface (ip-address) or interface name (ip-int-name). Up to five interfaces can be specified. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

Values

ip-int-address, ip-address

seconds

Configures the interval for each display, in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

Default

10

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

Displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Displays rate-per-second for each statistic instead of the delta.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of OSPF interface information.

Output Example
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>ospf# interface to-104 interval 3 repeat 3 absolute
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for OSPF Interface "to-104"
===============================================================================
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 8379                   Tot Tx Packets : 8528
Rx Hellos      : 8225                   Tx Hellos      : 8368
Rx DBDs        : 6                      Tx DBDs        : 12
Rx LSRs        : 2                      Tx LSRs        : 1
Rx LSUs        : 55                     Tx LSUs        : 95
Rx LS Acks     : 91                     Tx LS Acks     : 52
Retransmits    : 2                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 8379                   Tot Tx Packets : 8528
Rx Hellos      : 8225                   Tx Hellos      : 8368
Rx DBDs        : 6                      Tx DBDs        : 12
Rx LSRs        : 2                      Tx LSRs        : 1
Rx LSUs        : 55                     Tx LSUs        : 95
Rx LS Acks     : 91                     Tx LS Acks     : 52
Retransmits    : 2                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 8380                   Tot Tx Packets : 8529
Rx Hellos      : 8226                   Tx Hellos      : 8369
Rx DBDs        : 6                      Tx DBDs        : 12
Rx LSRs        : 2                      Tx LSRs        : 1
Rx LSUs        : 55                     Tx LSUs        : 95
Rx LS Acks     : 91                     Tx LS Acks     : 52
Retransmits    : 2                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 8380                   Tot Tx Packets : 8529
Rx Hellos      : 8226                   Tx Hellos      : 8369
Rx DBDs        : 6                      Tx DBDs        : 12
Rx LSRs        : 2                      Tx LSRs        : 1
Rx LSUs        : 55                     Tx LSUs        : 95
Rx LS Acks     : 91                     Tx LS Acks     : 52
Retransmits    : 2                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
===============================================================================
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>ospf# 


A:ALA-12>monitor>router>ospf# interface to-104 interval 3 repeat 3 rate
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for OSPF Interface "to-104"
===============================================================================
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 8381                   Tot Tx Packets : 8530
Rx Hellos      : 8227                   Tx Hellos      : 8370
Rx DBDs        : 6                      Tx DBDs        : 12
Rx LSRs        : 2                      Tx LSRs        : 1
Rx LSUs        : 55                     Tx LSUs        : 95
Rx LS Acks     : 91                     Tx LS Acks     : 52
Retransmits    : 2                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 0                      Tot Tx Packets : 0
Rx Hellos      : 0                      Tx Hellos      : 0
Rx DBDs        : 0                      Tx DBDs        : 0
Rx LSRs        : 0                      Tx LSRs        : 0
Rx LSUs        : 0                      Tx LSUs        : 0
Rx LS Acks     : 0                      Tx LS Acks     : 0
Retransmits    : 0                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 0                      Tot Tx Packets : 0
Rx Hellos      : 0                      Tx Hellos      : 0
Rx DBDs        : 0                      Tx DBDs        : 0
Rx LSRs        : 0                      Tx LSRs        : 0
Rx LSUs        : 0                      Tx LSUs        : 0
Rx LS Acks     : 0                      Tx LS Acks     : 0
Retransmits    : 0                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tot Rx Packets : 0                      Tot Tx Packets : 0
Rx Hellos      : 0                      Tx Hellos      : 0
Rx DBDs        : 0                      Tx DBDs        : 0
Rx LSRs        : 0                      Tx LSRs        : 0
Rx LSUs        : 0                      Tx LSUs        : 0
Rx LS Acks     : 0                      Tx LS Acks     : 0
Retransmits    : 0                      Discards       : 0
Bad Networks   : 0                      Bad Virt Links : 0
Bad Areas      : 0                      Bad Dest Addrs : 0
Bad Auth Types : 0                      Auth Failures  : 0
Bad Neighbors  : 0                      Bad Pkt Types  : 0
Bad Lengths    : 0                      Bad Hello Int. : 0
Bad Dead Int.  : 0                      Bad Options    : 0
Bad Versions   : 0
===============================================================================
A:ALA-12>monitor>router>ospf#

interface

Syntax

interface interface [interface] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router>rsvp interface)

Full Context

monitor router rsvp interface

Description

This command displays statistics for RSVP interfaces at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

The first screen displays the current statistics related to the RSVP interface(s). The subsequent statistical information listed for each interval is displayed as a delta to the previous display. When the keyword rate is specified, the rate-per-second for each statistic is displayed instead of the delta.

Monitor commands are similar to show commands but only statistical information displays. Monitor commands display the selected statistics according to the configured number of times at the interval specified.

Parameters

interface

Specifies the IP address of the interface (ip-address) or interface name (ip-int-name). Up to five interfaces can be specified. If the string contains special characters (#, $, spaces, and so on), the entire string must be enclosed within double quotes.

Values

ip-int-name, ip-address

seconds

Configures the interval for each display, in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

Default

10

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

Displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Displays rate-per-second for each statistic instead of the delta.

Platforms

All

interface-group-handler

interface-group-handler

Syntax

interface-group-handler [index]

Context

[Tree] (show interface-group-handler)

Full Context

show interface-group-handler

Description

This command displays Interface Group Handler (IGH) information.

If no command line options are specified, a summary listing of all IGHs is displayed.

Parameters

index

Specifies the index.

Values

1 to 100

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of Interface Group Handler information, and Output Fields: show interface-group-handler describes the output fields.

Output Example: show interface-group-handler
A:ALU-27# show interface-group-handler 
===============================================================================
Interface Group Handler Summary Information
===============================================================================
IGH Index Admin     Number of Threshold                                        
          State     Members                                                    
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         Up        4         4                                                
2         Up        2         2                                                
===============================================================================
A:ALU-27#


A:ALU-27#show interface-group-handler 2 
===============================================================================
Interface Group Handler 2 Information
===============================================================================
Admin Status       : Up                 
Threshold          : 2                  Last Change      : 02/02/2010 18:10:04
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface Group Handler Protocol Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Protocol Oper Status  Active Links                          Up Time
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipcp     up           2                                     0d 00:15:04
ipv6cp   none         0                                             N/A
mplscp   waiting      0                                             N/A
osicp    none         0                                             N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port 1/5/2.2 Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Protocol Oper Status                                       Up Time
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipcp     up                                                0d 00:15:05
ipv6cp   none                                                      N/A
mplscp   running                                                   N/A
osicp    none                                                      N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port 1/5/2.3 Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Protocol Oper Status                                       Up Time
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipcp     up                                                0d 00:15:05
ipv6cp   none                                                      N/A
mplscp   running                                                   N/A
osicp    none                                                      N/A
===============================================================================
A:ALU-27#
Table 35. Output Fields: show interface-group-handler

Field

Description

IGH Index

A value between 1 and 100 that identifies the specific interface group handler.

Admin State

Up — The interface group handler is administratively up.

Down — The interface group handler administratively down.

Number of Members

Identifies the number of ports or channels in the group, up to a maximum of 8.

Threshold

Indicates the minimum number of active links that must be present for the interface group handler to be active.

interface-id-mapping

interface-id-mapping

Syntax

interface-id-mapping

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp6>local-dhcp-server interface-id-mapping)

Full Context

show router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server interface-id-mapping

Description

This command displays information about the DHCPv6 server that uses a unique /64 prefix per interface-ID options combination.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of interface ID mapping information.

Output Example
show router 600 dhcp6 local-dhcp-server "d6" interface-id-mapping 
===============================================================================
Interface-ID Mappings for DHCPv6 server d6
===============================================================================
Mapped Prefix      : 2001:AAAA::/64
Relay Interface ID : 1/1/10
LDRA Interface ID  : (Not Specified)
Active Leases      : 2001:AAAA::1 (stable)
===============================================================================
1 prefix found
===============================================================================

Interface ID Mapping Field Descriptions describes interface ID mapping field descriptions.

Table 36. Interface ID Mapping Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Mapped Prefix

The mapped prefix

Relay Interface ID

The value of the Interface-ID Option assigned by the DHCPv6 Relay Agent

LDRA Interface ID

The value of the Interface-ID Option assigned by the Lightweight DHCPv6 Relay Agent

Active Leases

The number of active leases

No. of prefixes found

The total number of prefixes found.

interface-statistics

interface-statistics

Syntax

interface-statistics service service-id all

interface-statistics service service-id group-interface grp-if

interface-statistics service service-id subscriber-interface sub-if

Context

[Tree] (clear>subscr-mgmt interface-statistics)

Full Context

clear subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics

Description

This command clears subscriber interface statistics.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the service ID of the service

Values

1 to 214748364

svc-name: up to 64 characters

grp-id

Specifies the group interface name, up to 32 characters

sub-id

Specifies the subscriber interface, up to 32 characters

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

interface-statistics

Syntax

interface-statistics service service-id all

interface-statistics service service-id group-interface grp-if

interface-statistics service service-id subscriber-interface sub-if

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt interface-statistics)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics

Description

This command displays subscriber interface statistics.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the service ID of the service.

Values

1 to 2148278386

svc-name: up to 64 characters

grp-id

Specifies the group interface name, up to 32 characters

sub-id

Specifies the subscriber interface, up to 32 characters

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of service interface statistics information.

Output Example
*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics service 10 all 
===============================================================================
Subscriber statistics for svc 10, itf si-1
===============================================================================
                                     Ingress              Egress
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP packets                           15                   15
Bytes in IP packets                  1990                 1990
Last cleared                         06/28/2021 21:19:40  
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Subscriber statistics for svc 10, itf gi-1-6
===============================================================================
                                     Ingress              Egress
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP packets                           5                    5
Bytes in IP packets                  670                  670
Last cleared                         06/28/2021 21:19:40  
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Subscriber statistics for svc 10, itf gi-1-11
===============================================================================
                                     Ingress              Egress
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP packets                           10                   10
Bytes in IP packets                  1320                 1320
Last cleared                         06/28/2021 21:19:40  
===============================================================================
 
Number of active subscriber hosts    3
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C# 


*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics service 10 subscriber-interface "si-1" 
===============================================================================
Subscriber statistics for svc 10, itf si-1
===============================================================================
                                     Ingress              Egress
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP packets                           15                   15
Bytes in IP packets                  1990                 1990
Last cleared                         06/28/2021 21:19:40  
===============================================================================
 
Number of active subscriber hosts    3
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C# 


*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics service 10 group-interface "gi-1-6"    
===============================================================================
Subscriber statistics for svc 10, itf gi-1-6
===============================================================================
                                     Ingress              Egress
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP packets                           5                    5
Bytes in IP packets                  670                  670
Last cleared                         06/28/2021 21:19:40  
===============================================================================
 
Number of active subscriber hosts    1
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C# 

*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics service 10 group-interface "gi-1-   
"gi-1-11"  "gi-1-6"
*B:Dut-C# show subscriber-mgmt interface-statistics service 10 group-interface "gi-1-11" 
===============================================================================
Subscriber statistics for svc 10, itf gi-1-11
===============================================================================
                                     Ingress              Egress
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP packets                           10                   10
Bytes in IP packets                  1320                 1320
Last cleared                         06/28/2021 21:19:40  
===============================================================================
 
Number of active subscriber hosts    2
===============================================================================
*B:Dut-C# 

iom

iom

Syntax

iom [slot-number]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>filter>resources iom)

Full Context

tools dump filter resources iom

Description

This command shows information about filter resource utilization on all IOMs or a specified IOM. Resource utilization per filter type is available, as well as filters using most resources on a given line card.

Parameters

slot-number

Specifies that only the filter resource utilization associated with the IOM card in this slot will be displayed.

Values

1 to 10

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of filter resource utilization information for all IOMs.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C>tools>dump>filter>resources># iom
 
=======================================================
Number of ACL filter entries used / available on IOMs
=======================================================
Slot                          Used           Available
-------------------------------------------------------
1                               11               65524
2                                5               65530
3                                5               65530
=======================================================
 
===========================================================================
Number of ACL filters and filter entries used / available on FlexPaths
===========================================================================
Slot FlexPath    Dir  Filters  Filters   MAC/IP   MAC/IP     IPv6     IPv6
                         used    avail  entries  entries  entries  entries
                                           used    avail     used    avail
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
1    1          Ingr        2     2045       10    65526        2    28670
                 Egr        2     2045        5    32763        2    16382
2    1          Ingr        4     2043        7    65529        2    28670
                 Egr        0     2047        2    32766        2    16382
3    1          Ingr        0     2047        7    65529        2    28670
                 Egr        0     2047        2    32766        2    16382
===========================================================================
 
===============================================================================
Filters utilizing most resources (ordered by TCAM entries per FlexPath)
Only filters present on any IOM are displayed
===============================================================================
Type Id                                  Entries     Subentries   TCAM entries
                                                                (per FlexPath)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Mac filters found
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ip   100                                       5              5              5
Ip   5:23                                      2              2              2
Ip   6:24                                      2              2              2
Ip   3                                         1              1              1
Ip   4                                         1              1              1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ipv6 fSpec-0                                   0              0              0
Ipv6 fSpec-2345                                0              0              0
No more Ipv6 filters
===============================================================================

ip

ip

Syntax

ip [filter-type filter-type]

ip embedded [inactive]

ip ip-filter-id embedded [inactive]

ip ip-filter-id [detail]

ip ip-filter-id associations

ip ip-filter-id type entry-type

ip ip-filter-id counters [type entry-type] [detail]

ip ip-filter-id entry entry-id [counters] [detail]

ip ip-filter-id [entry entry-id] effective-action [{ingress | egress}]

ip ip-filter-id [entry entry-id] effective-action router [{ingress | egress}]

ip ip-filter-id [entry entry-id] effective-action service service-id [{ ingress | egress}]

Context

[Tree] (show>filter ip)

Full Context

show filter ip

Description

This command displays IPv4 filter information.

When effective-action is specified, this command displays what effectively happens to a packet that matches the criteria associated with the IPv4 filter policy.

Parameters

filter-type

Specifies the type of filter to display.

Values

config, flowspec, host-common, openflow

inactive

Displays all, or optionally inactive embeddings. If ip-filter-id is specified, displays embeddings for the IP filter ID.

ip-filter-id

Specifies the IPv4 filter policy for which to display information. Values can be expressed in different formats; the following shows decimal integer format.

Values

1 to 65535

detail

Displays detailed information.

associations

Appends, to the detailed filter policy output, information about where the specified filter policy is applied.

entry-type

Specifies the type of filter entry to display.

Values

fixed, radius-insert, credit-control-insert, flow-spec, embedded, radius-shared, pcc-rule

counters

Displays counter information for the specified filter ID. Egress counters count the packets without Layer 2 encapsulation. Ingress counters count the packets with Layer 2 encapsulation.

entry-id

Specifies the filter policy entry (of the specified filter policy) for which to display information.

Values

1 to 2097151

effective-action

Displays the action that the system will effectively apply to the packet.

ingress

Filters the output and only displays the information for filter policies applied on ingress.

egress

Filters the output and only displays the information for filter policies applied on egress.

router

Filters the output and only displays the information for that specific service ("Base” instance).

service-id

Filters the output and only displays the information for the specified service. The specified value must correspond to an existing service in which the filter has been applied.

Platforms

All

Output

Show Filter (no policy specified) — The following is an output example of IPv4 filter information when no policy is specified. Show IP Filter Output Fields - no policy specified describes the command output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-49# show filter ip
===============================================================================
Configured IP Filters                                            Total:     2
===============================================================================
Filter-Id   Scope     App