l Commands

l2-aware

l2-aware

Syntax

l2-aware create subscriber sub-ident-string ip ip-address protocol {tcp | udp} [port port] lifetime lifetime [outside-ip ip-address] [outside-port port] [nat-policy policy-name]

l2-aware delete subscriber sub-ident-string ip ip-address protocol {tcp | udp} port port [nat-policy policy-name]

l2-aware modify subscriber sub-ident-string ip ip-address protocol {tcp | udp} port port lifetime lifetime [nat-policy policy-name]

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>nat>port-forwarding-action l2-aware)

Full Context

tools perform nat port-forwarding-action l2-aware

Description

This command enables Layer-2-Aware NAT port forwarding action.

Platforms

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

l2-aware-blocks

l2-aware-blocks

Syntax

l2-aware-blocks [outside-ip-prefix ip-prefix/length] [outside-port [1..65535]] [pool pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>nat l2-aware-blocks)

Full Context

show router nat l2-aware-blocks

Description

This command displays Layer 2 aware NAT blocks.

Parameters

ip-prefix

Specifies the IP prefix.

Values

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

length

Specifies the IP prefix length.

Values

1 to 32

pool-name

Specifies the pool name up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
show router nat l2-aware-blocks
===============================================================================
Layer-2-Aware NAT blocks for Base
===============================================================================
10.81.0.0 [32..33]
Pool : MyPool
Policy : outPolicy
Started : 2010/02/04 16:24:55
Subscriber ID : Sub001
10.81.0.0 [34..35]
Pool : MyPool
Policy : outPolicy
Started : 2010/02/04 16:25:24
Subscriber ID : Sub003
10.81.0.203 [32..41]
Pool : MyPool2
Policy : outPolicy2
Started: 2010/02/04 16:25:21
Subscriber ID : Sub002
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of blocks: 3
===============================================================================

l2-aware-hosts

l2-aware-hosts

Syntax

l2-aware-hosts [outside-router router-instance] [outside-ip outside-ip-address] [inside-ip-prefix ip-prefix/mask] [vas-filter vas-filter-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>nat l2-aware-hosts)

Full Context

show service nat l2-aware-hosts

Description

This command displays layer-2 aware NAT hosts.

Parameters

nat-policy-name

Specifies the NAT policy name, up to 32 characters.

nat-group-id

Specifies the NAT group ID.

Values

1 to 4

router-instance

Specifies the router instance.

Values

router-name:

Base , management

service-id:

1 to 2147483647

svc-name:

A string up to 64 characters in length.

outside-ip-address

Specifies the outside IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

sub-ident

Specifies the identifier, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
show service nat l2-aware-hosts
===============================================================================
Layer-2-Aware NAT hosts
===============================================================================
Inside IP Out-Router Outside IP Subscriber
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.0.100 Base 10.81.0.0 Sub001
10.0.0.102 Base 10.81.0.0 Sub001
10.0.0.101 Base 10.81.0.203 Sub002
10.0.0.103 Base 10.81.0.0 Sub003
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of hosts: 4
===============================================================================

l2-aware-sub

l2-aware-sub

Syntax

l2-aware-sub sub-ident-string

l2-aware-sub sub-ident-string firewall-statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>nat l2-aware-sub)

Full Context

clear nat l2-aware-sub

Description

This command clears NAT mappings for L2-Aware subscribers.

Parameters

sub-ident-string

Specifies the subscriber identification string, up to 64 characters.

firewall-statistics

Clears only the firewall counters.

Platforms

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

l2-aware-subscribers

l2-aware-subscribers

Syntax

l2-aware-subscribers subscriber sub-ident

l2-aware-subscribers [nat-policy nat-policy-name] [nat-group nat-group-id] [member [1..255]] [outside-router router-instance] [outside-ip outside-ip-address] [firewall-policy policy-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>nat l2-aware-subscribers)

Full Context

show service nat l2-aware-subscribers

Description

This command displays layer-2 aware NAT subscribers.

Parameters

nat-policy-name

Specifies the NAT policy name, up to 32 characters.

nat-group-id

Specifies the NAT group ID.

Values

1 to 4

router-instance

Specifies the router instance.

Values

router-name:

Base, management

service-id:

1 to 2147483647

svc-name:

A string up to 64 characters.

outside-ip-address

Specifies the outside IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

sub-ident

Specifies the identifier, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
show service nat l2-aware-subscribers
===============================================================================
Layer-2-Aware NAT subscribers
===============================================================================
Subscriber Policy Group/Member
Outside IP Router Ports
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sub001 outPolicy 1/1
10.81.0.0 Base 32-33
Sub002 outPolicy2 1/1
10.81.0.203 Base 32-41
Sub003 outPolicy 1/1
10.81.0.0 Base 34-35
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of subscribers: 3
===============================================================================


show service nat l2-aware-subscribers subscriber "Sub881”
===============================================================================
Layer-2-Aware NAT subscriber Sub001
===============================================================================
Policy : outPolicy
ISA NAT group : 1
ISA NAT group member : 1
Outside router : Base
Outside IP : 10.81.0.0
ICMP Port usage (%) : < 1
ICMP Port usage high : false
UDP Port usage (%) : < 1
UDP Port usage high : false
TCP Port usage (%) : < 1
TCP Port usage high : false
Session usage (%) : < 1
Session usage high : false
Number of sessions : 0
Number of reserved sessions : 0
Ports : 32-33
===============================================================================

l2-route-table

l2-route-table

Syntax

l2-route-table [detail] [bgp-ad] [multi-homing] [bgp-vpls] [bgp-vpws] [all-routes]

Context

[Tree] (show>service l2-route-table)

Full Context

show service l2-route-table

Description

This command displays Layer 2 route table information.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

bgp-ad

Displays BGP AD related information.

multi-homing

Displays multihoming related information.

bgp-vpls

Displays BGP VPLS related information.

bgp-vpws

Displays BGP VPWS related information.

all-routes

Displays active or inactive routes.

Platforms

All

Output

Use the following command to display Layer 2 route table information.

Output Example
show service l2-route-table

========================================================================
Services: L2 Route Information - Summary
========================================================================
Svc Id L2-Routes (RD-Prefix) Next Hop Origin
Sdp Bind Id PW Temp Id 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
1000 *192.0.2.3:60002-192.0.2.3 192.0.2.3 BGP-L2
32766:4294967293 1 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of L2 Route Entries: 1
========================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Multi-Homing Route Information - Summary
===============================================================================
Svc Id L2-Routes (RD-Prefix) Next Hop SiteId State DF
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of L2 Multi-Homing Route Entries: 0
===============================================================================
========================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpls Route Information - Summary
========================================================
Svc Id L2-Routes (RD) Next Hop Ve-Id
Sdp Bind Id PW Temp Id 
--------------------------------------------------------
1001 *192.0.2.3:60003 192.0.2.3 3
32765:4294967292 1 
--------------------------------------------------------
No. of L2 Bgp-Vpls Route Entries: 1
========================================================
========================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpws Route Information - Summary
========================================================
Svc Id L2-Routes (RD) Next Hop Ve-Id
Sdp Bind Id PW Temp Id 
--------------------------------------------------------
1002 *192.0.2.3:60004 192.0.2.3 3
32764:4294967291 1 
--------------------------------------------------------
No. of L2 Bgp-Vpws Route Entries: 1 
========================================================

 
show service l2-route-table bgp-vpls

========================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpls Route Information - Summary
========================================================
Svc Id L2-Routes (RD) Next Hop Ve-Id
Sdp Bind Id PW Temp Id 
--------------------------------------------------------
1001 *192.0.2.3:60003 192.0.2.3 3
32765:4294967292 1 
--------------------------------------------------------
No. of L2 Bgp-Vpls Route Entries: 1
========================================================
show service l2-route-table detail

===============================================================================
Services: L2 Route Information - Summary
===============================================================================
Svc Id      : 1000
Origin      : BGP-L2
PW Temp Id  : 1
RD-Prefix   : *192.0.2.3:60002-192.0.2.3
Next Hop    : 192.0.2.3
Status      : active
Sdp Bind Id : 32766:4294967293
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Multi-Homing Route Information - Summary
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpls Route Information - Summary
===============================================================================
Svc Id          : 1001
VeId            : 3
PW Temp Id      : 1
RD              : *192.0.2.3 : 60003
Next Hop        : 192.0.2.3
State (D-Bit)   : up(0)
Path MTU        : 1514
Hash Label Tx   : 1
Hash Label Rx   : 1
Control Word    : 0
Seq Delivery    : 0
DF Bit          : clear
Status          : active
Sdp Bind Id     : 32765:4294967292
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpws Route Information - Summary
===============================================================================
Svc Id          : 1002
VeId            : 3
PW Temp Id      : 1 
RD              : *192.0.2.3:60004
Next Hop        : 192.0.2.3
State (D-Bit)   : up(0)
Path MTU        : 1514
Hash Label Tx   : 1
Hash Label Rx   : 1
Control Word    : 0
Seq Delivery    : 0
Status          : active
Tx Status       : active
CSV             : 0
Preference      : 0
Sdp Bind Id     : 32764:4294967291
===============================================================================

l2-route-table

Syntax

l2-route-table [detail] [bgp-ad] [multi-homing] [bgp-vpls] [bgp-vpws] [all-routes]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id l2-route-table)

Full Context

show service id l2-route-table

Description

This command displays Layer 2 route table information.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

bgp-ad

Displays BGP-AD information.

multi-homing

Displays multi-homing information.

bgp-vpls

Displays BGP VPLS information.

bgp-vpws

Displays BGP VPWS information.

all-routes

Displays active or inactive routes.

Platforms

All

Output

Use the following command to display Layer 2 route table information.

Output Example
show service id 1 l2-route-table detail
 
===============================================================================
Services L2 Route Information Detail - Service 1
===============================================================================
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BGP Auto-discovery Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State       : Down                
Vpls Id           : 100.1.200.1:65535
Prefix            : 10.20.1.3           
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Route Information - Service 1
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Multi-Homing Route Information - Summary
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpls Route Information - Service 1
===============================================================================
 
VeId           : 1
PW Temp Id     : 20
RD             : *10.20.1.1:1
Next Hop       : 10.20.1.1
State (D-Bit)  : up(0)
Path MTU       : 0
Hash Label Tx  : 1
Hash Label Rx  : 1
Control Word   : 0
Seq Delivery   : 0
DF Bit         : clear
Status         : active
Sdp Bind Id    : 32767:4294967295
 
VeId  : 4
PW Temp Id     : 20
RD             : *10.20.1.6:1
Next Hop       : 10.20.1.6
State (D-Bit)  : up(0)
Path MTU       : 0
Hash Label Tx  : 1
Hash Label Rx  : 1
Control Word   : 0
Seq Delivery   : 0
DF Bit         : clear
Status         : active
Sdp Bind Id    : 32766:4294967292
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Services: L2 Bgp-Vpws Route Information - Service 1
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
Table 1. Output Fields: show service id l2-route-table

Label

Description

Admin State

Displays the administrative state of the service

Up — Indicates the service is administratively enabled

Down — Indicates the service is administratively disabled

Vpls Id

Displays the Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) ID

Prefix

Displays information for the specified IP prefix and mask length

VeId

Displays the VEID for BGP-VPLS routes

PW Temp Id

Displays the Pseudowire (PW) temporary ID

RD

Displays information for the route distinguisher

Next Hop

Displays the next hop for the route

State (D-Bit)

Displays the state of the Disable-bit (D-bit).The D-bit ensures packet integrity between the terminal and host packet assembler/disassemblers

Path MTU

Displays the maximum transmission unit (MTU) of the path

Hash Label Tx

Displays the transmit hash label value

Hash Label Rx

Displays the receive hash label value

Control Word

Displays information about the control word. The control word is an optional 4-byte field used in the pseudowire packet

Seq Delivery

Displays information about sequence delivery

DF Bit

Displays information about the DF bit

Status

Displays the status of the service

Sdp Bind Id

Displays information about the SDP binding ID

l2-services

l2-services

Syntax

l2-services [service service-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>cflowd l2-services)

Full Context

show cflowd l2-services

Description

This command displays Layer 2 and SAP/SDP services on which Layer 2 sampling is enabled.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the service ID.

Values

1 to 2148278386, svc-name: up to 64 characters

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of cflowd Layer 2 services information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B>config>cflowd# show cflowd l2-services
 
===============================================================================
Cflowd L2-Services
===============================================================================
ServiceId      Type        SAP                                      Admin  Oper
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1              Epipe       1/1/8:1                                  Up     Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of SAPs: 1
===============================================================================

l2-vpn

l2-vpn

Syntax

l2-vpn [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [rd rd] [brief] [l2vpn-type] [veid veid] [offset vpls-base-offset] [siteid site-id]

l2-vpn [aspath-regex reg-exp] hunt [community comm-id] [rd rd] [brief] [l2vpn-type] [veid veid] [offset vpls-base-offset] [siteid site-id]

l2-vpn [detail | longer] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [rd rd] [l2vpn-type] [veid veid] [offset vpls-base-offset] [siteid site-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes l2-vpn)

Full Context

show router bgp routes l2-vpn

Description

This command displays BGP flow L2-VPN routes.

Parameters

reg-exp

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

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

comm-id

Specifies the community ID, up to 72 characters.

Values

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

where:

  • as-num — 0 to 65535

  • comm-val — 0 to 65535

  • ext-comm — the extended community, defined as one of the following:

    • {target | origin}:ip-address:comm-val

    • {target | origin}:asnum:ext-comm-val

    • {target | origin}:ext-asnum:comm-val

    • bandwidth:asnum:val-in-mbps

    • ext:4300:ovstate

    • ext:value1:value2

    • flowspec-set:ext-asnum:group-id

    where:

    • target — route target

    • origin — route origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • ext-comm-val — 0 to 4294967295

    • ext-asnum — 0 to 4294967295

    • bandwidth — bandwidth

    • val-in-mbps — 0 to 16777215

    • ext — extended

    • ext:4300 — origin verification

    • ovstate — 0, 1, or 2 (0 for valid, 1 for not found, 2 for invalid)

    • value1 — 0000 to FFFF

    • value2 — 0 to FFFFFFFFFFFF

    • flowspec-set — flow-spec set

    • group-id — 0 to 16383

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

  • large-commasn-or-ex:val-or-ex:val-or-ex

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

brief

Displays the BGP flow L2-VPN route information in a brief format.

l2vpn-type

Specifies a 12-byte Virtual Switch Instance identifier (VSI-ID) type.

Values

bgp-ad, bgp-vpls, bgp-vpws, and multi-homing

veid

Specifies a two byte identifier that represents the local bridging instance in a VPLS and is advertised through the BGP NLRI. This value must be lower than or equal to the max-ve-id.

Values

0 to 4294967295

vpls-base-offset

Specifies a two byte identifier advertised through the NLRI that is used to indicate which VE-ID should use the advertised NLRI at the receiving PE according to the following rule: if the offset <= local VE-ID <= offset+VBS-1 (VBS = virtual block size = 8 in our implementation) then the NLRI is processed. Otherwise it is ignored. The NLRI with this offset is generated as soon as the first VE-ID value between (offset, offset + VBS-1) is advertised in the network.

Values

0 to 4294967295

site-id

Specifies a two byte identifier usually employed for the BGP multi-homing solution. This value identifies the BGP multi-homing site associated with one or a set of objects (SAPs, pseudowires, or a combination). The site-id must be identical between the two PEs carrying the connection to the access device multi-homed to the PEs.

Values

0 to 4294967295

Platforms

All

l2pt

l2pt

Syntax

l2pt disabled

l2pt [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id l2pt)

Full Context

show service id l2pt

Description

This command displays Layer 2 Protocol Tunnel (L2-PT) route information associated with this service.

Parameters

disabled

Displays only entries with termination disabled. This helps identify configuration errors.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service L2PT information.

Output Example
A:ALA-48>show>service>id# l2pt
==============================================================================
L2pt summary, Service id 700
==============================================================================
       L2pt-term   L2pt-term   Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans
       enabled     disabled    auto        disabled    pvst        stp
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SAP's  0           1           0           1           0           0
SDP's  0           1           0           1           0           0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total  0           2           0           2           0           0
==============================================================================
A:ALA-48>show>service>id#


A:ALA-48>show>service>id# l2pt disabled
==============================================================================
L2pt details, Service id 700
==============================================================================
Service Access Points
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SapId          L2pt-                         Admin Bpdu-    Oper Bpdu-
               termination                   translation    translation
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/9:0        disabled                      disabled       disabled
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of SAPs : 1

Service Destination Points
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SdpId          L2pt-                         Admin Bpdu-    Oper Bpdu-
               termination                   translation    translation
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2:222          disabled                      disabled       disabled
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of SDPs : 1
==============================================================================
L2pt summary, Service id 700
==============================================================================
       L2pt-term   L2pt-term   Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans
       enabled     disabled    auto        disabled    pvst        stp
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SAP's  0           1           0           1           0           0
SDP's  0           1           0           1           0           0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total  0           2           0           2           0           0
==============================================================================
A:ALA-48>show>service>id#


A:ALA-48>show>service>id# l2pt detail
==============================================================================
L2pt details, Service id 700
==============================================================================
Service Access Points
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SapId          L2pt-                         Admin Bpdu-    Oper Bpdu-
               termination                   translation    translation
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/9:0        disabled                      disabled       disabled
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of SAPs : 1

Service Destination Points
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SdpId          L2pt-                         Admin Bpdu-    Oper Bpdu-
               termination                   translation    translation
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2:222          disabled                      disabled       disabled
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of SDPs : 1
==============================================================================
L2pt summary, Service id 700
==============================================================================
       L2pt-term   L2pt-term   Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans  Bpdu-trans
       enabled     disabled    auto        disabled    pvst        stp
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SAP's  0           1           0           1           0           0
SDP's  0           1           0           1           0           0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total  0           2           0           2           0           0
==============================================================================
A:ALA-48>show>service>id#

Show L2PT Fields describes show L2PT output fields.

Table 2. Show L2PT Fields

Label

Description

Service id

Displays the 24 bit (0 to 16777215) service instance identifier for the service.

L2pt-term enabled

Indicates if L2-PT-termination and/or Bpdu-translation is in use in this service by at least one SAP or spoke-SDP binding. If in use, at least one of L2PT-termination or Bpdu-translation is enabled.

When enabled it is not possible to enable STP on this service.

L2pt-term disabled

Indicates that L2-PT-termination is disabled.

Bpdu-trans auto

Specifies the number of L2-PT PDUs are translated before being sent out on a port or sap.

Bpdu-trans disabled

Indicates that Bpdu-translation is disabled.

SAPs

Displays the number of SAPs with L2PT or BPDU translation enabled or disabled.

SDPs

Displays the number of SDPs with L2PT or BPDU translation enabled or disabled.

Total

Displays the column totals of L2PT entities.

SapId

The ID of the access point where this SAP is defined.

L2pt-termination

Indicates whether L2pt termination is enabled or disabled.

Admin Bpdu-translation

Specifies whether Bpdu translation is administratively enabled or disabled.

Oper Bpdu-

translation

Specifies whether Bpdu translation is operationally enabled or disabled.

SdpId

Specifies the SAP ID.

l2pt

Syntax

l2pt

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>statistics>id l2pt)

Full Context

clear service statistics id l2pt

Description

This command clears the l2pt statistics for this service.

Platforms

All

l2tp

l2tp

Syntax

l2tp

Context

[Tree] (show>router l2tp)

Full Context

show router l2tp

Description

Commands in this context display L2TP related information.

Platforms

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

l2tp

Syntax

l2tp

Context

[Tree] (show>system l2tp)

Full Context

show system l2tp

Description

This command displays L2TP system information.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of L2TP system information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show system l2tp
===============================================================================
L2TP system
===============================================================================
Non MC tunnel ID range                                  : 8193-16383
Max number of tunnels                                   : 16383
Max number of sessions                                  : 131071
Max number of sessions per tunnel                       : 32767
===============================================================================

l2tp

Syntax

l2tp

Context

[Tree] (clear>router l2tp)

Full Context

clear router l2tp

Description

Commands in this context clear L2TP data.

Platforms

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

l2tp

Syntax

l2tp

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router l2tp)

Full Context

tools perform router l2tp

Description

Commands in this context configure performance tools for L2TP.

Platforms

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

l2tp-accounting-policy

l2tp-accounting-policy

Syntax

l2tp-accounting-policy name statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>aaa l2tp-accounting-policy)

Full Context

clear aaa l2tp-accounting-policy

Description

This command clears L2TP accounting policy data.

Parameters

name

Specifies the L2TP accounting policy name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

l2tp-accounting-policy

Syntax

l2tp-accounting-policy policy-name

l2tp-accounting-policy policy-name associations

l2tp-accounting-policy policy-name statistics

l2tp-accounting-policy

Context

[Tree] (show>aaa l2tp-accounting-policy)

Full Context

show aaa l2tp-accounting-policy

Description

This command displays L2TP accounting policy information.

Parameters

policy-name

Specifies the L2TP accounting policy name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

label

label

Syntax

label start-label [end-label | in-use | owner]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls-labels label)

Full Context

show router mpls-labels label

Description

This command displays MPLS labels exchanged.

Parameters

start-label

Specifies the label value assigned at the ingress router.

end-label

Specifies the label value assigned for the egress router.

in-use

Specifies the number of in-use labels displayed.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS label information.

MPLS Label Output Fields describes MPLS label output fields.

Table 3. MPLS Label Output Fields

Label

Description

Label

Displays the value of the label being displayed.

Label Type

Specifies whether the label value is statically or dynamically assigned.

Label Owner

The label owner.

In-use labels in entire range

The total number of labels being used by RSVP.

Output Example
*A:Atlanta 224>show>router>mpls-labels># label-range
============================================================================
Label Ranges
============================================================================
Label Type      Start Label End Label   Aging       Available   Total
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Static          32          18431       -           18400       18400
Dynamic         18432       524287      0           505443      505856
    Seg-Route   200501      200900      -           0           400
============================================================================

*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#    show router mpls label 202
=================================================================
MPLS Label 202
=================================================================
Label               Label Type          Label Owner
-----------------------------------------------------------------
202                 static-lsp          STATIC
-----------------------------------------------------------------
In-use labels in entire range                   : 5057
=================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#

label

Syntax

label summary

label [start start-label] [end end-label] [in-use] [owner {static | pce | sr-pol}]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>p2mp-sr-tree label)

Full Context

show router p2mp-sr-tree label

Description

This command displays P2MP SR label information.

Parameters

start-label

specifies the starting label value from which to display the P2MP SR label information. If only start-label is specified, only labels using start-label are displayed.

Values

32 to 524287

end-label

Specifies the ending label value for which to display P2MP SR label information.

Values

32 to 524287

in-use

Displays labels that are in use.

owner

Displays labels owned by the specified owner.

static

Displays labels owned by the static owner.

pce

Displays labels owned by the PCE.

sr-pol

Displays labels owned by the SR policy.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of P2MP SR label information.

Output Example
A:swsim103>show>router>p2mp-sr-tree# label 
============================================================
P2MP-SR Label Information
============================================================
Label               Owner               InUse
------------------------------------------------------------
30000               static              Yes
30001               static              Yes

label

Syntax

label [label] [detail]

label [label] egress-stats

label [label] ingress-stats

Context

[Tree] (show>router>rib-api label)

Full Context

show router rib-api label

Description

This command displays RIB-API label information.

Parameters

label

Specifies the label of a specified RIB-API entry.

Values

16 to 1048575

detail

Displays detailed RIB-API label information.

egress-stats

Displays egress statistics of all instances for the specified RIB-API label.

ingress-stats

Displays ingress statistics of all instances for the specified RIB-API label.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of RIB-API label information.

Output Example
show router rib-api label 400001 egress-stats
===============================================================================
Label (Detail)
===============================================================================
Label          : 400001                 Rib-Api Pref   : 16
Client Ip      : 172.21.38.76           Client Tag     : 1
Active         : Y                      EgrStatsState  : Up
 Next-hop Group   : 1                      
  Primary nexthop : 10.10.5.5  
   StatsOperState : Up
   Aggr Pkts: 11000                    Aggr Octets: 11550000           
  Backup nexthop  : 10.10.11.4  
   StatsOperState : Up
   Aggr Pkts: 11000                    Aggr Octets: 11550000           
 Next-hop Group   : 2                      
  Primary nexthop : 10.10.5.5  
   StatsOperState : Up
   Aggr Pkts: 11000                    Aggr Octets: 11550000             
  Backup nexthop  : 10.10.11.4  
   StatsOperState : Up
   Aggr Pkts: 11000                    Aggr Octets: 11550000 
Total Aggr        :
   Aggr Pkts: 44000                    Aggr Octets: 46200000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================

label

Syntax

label label preference preference client-tag client-tag egress-stats

label label ingress-stats

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>rib-api label)

Full Context

clear router rib-api label

Description

Clears the egress or ingress statistics of the specified RIB-API label.

Parameters

label

Specifies the label of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

32 to 1048575

preference

Specifies the preference of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

0 to 4294967295

client-tag

Specifies the client tag of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

0 to 4294967295

egress

Specifies to only clear the egress statistics.

ingress

Specifies to only clear the ingress statistics.

Platforms

All

label

Syntax

label label

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>rib-api label)

Full Context

tools dump router rib-api label

Description

This command configures the dump tools for RIB-API label.

Parameters

label

Specifies the label of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

32 to 1048575

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of RIB-API label route information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B>config>service# /tools dump router rib-api label 30044 
 Db Mgr flags 0x80 ilmStatsFailCnt 0
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 dbOwner RIB-API routeOwner 50 rsvdBlkId 3 flags 0x3 numPolicies 1 numInstalled 1
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Label DB 30044 
 dbFlags 0xd PathCount 1 srTunnelId 1015811 ilmStatsIdx[MGMT] 0x0 ilmStatsIdx[API] 0x0 
LABEL RESERVED:  PROGRAMMED
 Path bitmap 0
 Label Retry time left : 0 retrycount : 0,  SR Retry time left : 0 SR retrycount : 0
 Best Db Path owner 1 path name vrId:1, dbOwner:1, Client Tag:2 bindingLbl 30044 preference 246 Last Modified 02/07/2020 23:44:51 Up Time 0d 02:15:54
 Preference 246 flags 0x245 Status FWDPLCY_ERR_NA SR status SR_ERR_OK
 PrimResolved NH's 1 BkupResolved NH's 1
 NHGroup 2 
 flags 0x3bf9 : weight 0 normalized weight 0
 Revert timer 65535 Time left 0 NumOfReverts 0
 Hold timer 0 Time left 0 
DIRECT NH:  PRIM PGMED:  PRIM RESOLVED:  BKUP RESOLVED:  BKUP PGMED: 
 primaryNH 1.2.3.3 egrStatsIdx 0x0 Status FWDPLCY_NHERR_NA
 Label Stack:30055 0
 Nexthop 1 1.2.3.3 outIf 3 globalIfIndex 32 globaIfInNHgrp 32
 PG ID 0
 PG ID 5
 backupNH 1.2.3.33 egrStatsIdx 0x0 Status FWDPLCY_NHERR_NA
 Label stack:30255 0
 Nexthop 1 1.2.3.33 outIf 3 globalIfIndex 32 globaIfInNHgrp 32
 PG ID 0
 PG ID 6
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:Dut-B>config>service#

label

Syntax

label label preference preference client-tag client-tag egress-stats [ interval seconds] [ repeat repeat] [{absolute | rate}]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router>rib-api label)

Full Context

monitor router rib-api label

Description

This command monitors the egress statistics of the specified RIB-API label.

Parameters

label

Specifies the label of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

0 to 4294967295

preference

Specifies the preference of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

0 to 4294967295

client-tag

Specifies the client tag of the specified RIB-API entry.

Values

0 to 4294967295

egress-stats

Specifies to monitor the egress statistics of the specified RIB-API label.

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

absolute

Displays the absolute statistics of the specified RIB-API label.

rate

Displays the rate-per-second statistics of the specified RIB-API label.

Platforms

All

label-ipv4

label-ipv4

Syntax

label-ipv4 [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [origin-val originState] [leaked] [leakable] [brief] [all]

label-ipv4 [aspath-regex reg-exp] hunt [community comm-id] [origin-val originState] [leaked] [leakable] [brief] [all]

label-ipv4 [detail | longer] [aspath-regex reg-exp [community comm-id] [origin-val originState] [leaked] [leakable] [all]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes label-ipv4)

Full Context

show router bgp routes label-ipv4

Description

This command displays BGP IPv4 routes.

Parameters

reg-exp

Displays routes with an AS path matching the specified regular expression reg-exp, up to 80 characters.

comm-id

Specifies community IDs, 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 one of the following:

    • {target | origin}:ip-address:comm-val

    • {target | origin}:asnum:ext-comm-val

    • {target | origin}:ext-asnum:comm-val

    • bandwidth:asnum:val-in-mbps

    • ext:4300:ovstate

    • ex \t:value1:value2

    • flowspec-set:ext-asnum:group-id

    where:

    • target — route target

    • origin — route origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • ext-comm-val — 0 to 4294967295

    • ext-asnum — 0 to 4294967295

    • bandwidth — bandwidth

    • val-in-mbps — 0 to 16777215

    • ext — extended

    • ext:4300 — origin verification

    • ovstate — 0, 1, or 2 (0 for valid, 1 for not found, 2 for invalid)

    • value1 — 0000 to FFFF

    • value2 — 0 to FFFFFFFFFFFF

    • flowspec-set — flow-spec set

    • group-id — 0 to 16383

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

originState

Filters the BGP routes displayed by the command to those routes with a particular RPKI route origin validation state.

Values

valid — Displays valid validation state information.

invalid — Displays invalid validation state information.

notfound — Displays state information for unfound origin values.

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

leaked

Filters the BGP routes displayed by the command to those routes leaked into this router’s BGP instance from another BGP instance.

leakable

Filters the BGP routes displayed by the command to those routes eligible for leaking from this router’s BGP instance to another BGP instance.

brief

Provides a summarized display of the set of peers to which a BGP route is advertised.

longer

Displays the specified route and subsets of the route.

detail

Display the longer, more detailed version of the output.

all

Displays output for all label BGP IPv4 routes.

Platforms

All

label-ipv6

label-ipv6

Syntax

label-ipv6 [aspath-regex reg-exp] [ community comm-id] [ origin-val originState] [leaked] [ leakable] [brief] [ all]

label-ipv6 [aspath-regex reg-exp] hunt [community comm-id] [origin-val originState] [leaked] [leakable] [ brief] [all]

label-ipv6 [detail | longer] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [origin-val originState] [leaked] [leakable] [ all]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes label-ipv6)

Full Context

show router bgp routes label-ipv6

Description

This command displays information about BGP IPv6 routes.

Parameters

reg-exp

Displays routes with an AS path matching the specified regular expression reg-exp, up to 80 characters.

comm-id

Specifies community IDs, 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 one of the following:

    • {target | origin}:ip-address:comm-val

    • {target | origin}:asnum:ext-comm-val

    • {target | origin}:ext-asnum:comm-val

    • bandwidth:asnum:val-in-mbps

    • ext:4300:ovstate

    • ex \t:value1:value2

    • flowspec-set:ext-asnum:group-id

    where:

    • target — route target

    • origin — route origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • ext-comm-val — 0 to 4294967295

    • ext-asnum — 0 to 4294967295

    • bandwidth — bandwidth

    • val-in-mbps — 0 to 16777215

    • ext — extended

    • ext:4300 — origin verification

    • ovstate — 0, 1, or 2 (0 for valid, 1 for not found, 2 for invalid)

    • value1 — 0000 to FFFF

    • value2 — 0 to FFFFFFFFFFFF

    • flowspec-set — flow-spec set

    • group-id — 0 to 16383

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

originState

Filters the BGP routes displayed by the command to those routes with a particular RPKI route origin validation state.

Values

valid — Displays valid validation state information.

invalid — Displays invalid validation state information.

notfound — Displays state information for unfound origin values.

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

leaked

Filters the BGP routes displayed by the command to those routes leaked into this router’s BGP instance from another BGP instance.

leakable

Filters the BGP routes displayed by the command to those routes eligible for leaking from this router’s BGP instance to another BGP instance.

brief

Provides a summarized display of the set of peers to which a BGP route is advertised.

longer

Displays the specified route and subsets of the route.

detail

Display the longer, more detailed version of the output.

all

Displays output for all label BGP IPv6 routes.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output an example of BGP routes label IPv6 information.

Output Example
show router bgp routes label-ipv6 hunt 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
RIB Out Entries 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Network        : 100::1/128 
Nexthop        : ::ffff:10.20.1.4 
Path Id        : None                    
To             : 10.20.1.6 
Res. Nexthop   : n/a 
Local Pref.    : 100                    Interface Name : NotAvailable 
Aggregator AS  : None                   Aggregator     : None 
Atomic Aggr.   : Not Atomic             MED            : 1 
AIGP Metric    : None                   IGP Cost       : n/a 
Connector      : None 
Community      : No Community Members 
Cluster        : No Cluster Members 
Originator Id  : None                   Peer Router Id : 10.20.1.6 
IPv6 Label     : 2 (Ipv6 Explicit-Null) Label Type     : POP 
Lbl Allocation : EXPLICIT-NULL           
Origin         : IGP                     
AS-Path        : No As-Path 
Route Tag      : 0                       
Neighbor-AS    : n/a 
Orig Validation: NotFound                
Source Class   : 0                      Dest Class     : 0 
Prefix SID     : index 2, originator-srgb [18450/16551] 
  
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Routes : 1 
show router bgp routes label-ipv6 detail 
 
BGP Routes 
=============================================================================== 
Original Attributes 
  
Network        : 100::1/128 
Nexthop        : ::ffff:10.10.13.1 
Path Id        : None                    
From           : 10.10.13.1 
Res. Nexthop   : 10.10.13.1 
Local Pref.    : n/a                    Interface Name : to_A 
Aggregator AS  : None                   Aggregator     : None 
Atomic Aggr.   : Not Atomic             MED            : None 
AIGP Metric    : None                   IGP Cost       : 0 
Connector      : None 
Community      : No Community Members 
Cluster        : No Cluster Members 
Originator Id  : None                   Peer Router Id : 10.20.1.1 
Fwd Class      : None                   Priority       : None 
IPv6 Label     : 524287                  
Flags          : Used Valid Best IGP In-TTM In-RTM  
Route Source   : External 
AS-Path        : 100  
Route Tag      : 0                       
Neighbor-AS    : 100 
Orig Validation: NotFound                
Source Class   : 0                      Dest Class     : 0 
Add Paths Send : Default                 
RIB Priority   : Normal                  
Last Modified  : 00h00m29s   

label-range

label-range

Syntax

label-range

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls-labels label-range)

Full Context

show router mpls-labels label-range

Description

This command displays the MPLS label range.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS label range information.

MPLS Label Range Output Fields describes the MPLS label range output fields.

Table 4. MPLS Label Range Output Fields

Label

Description

Label Type

Displays the information about static-lsp, static-svc, and dynamic label types.

Start Label

The label value assigned at the ingress router.

End Label

The label value assigned for the egress router.

Aging

The number of labels released from a service which are transitioning back to the label pool. Labels are aged 15 s.

Total Available

The number of label values available.

Output Example
*A:Atlanta 224>show>router>mpls-labels># label-range
============================================================================
Label Ranges
============================================================================
Label Type      Start Label End Label   Aging       Available   Total
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Static          32          18431       -           18400       18400
Dynamic         18432       524287      0           505443      505856
    Seg-Route   200501      200900      -           0           400
===========================================================================

label-type

label-type

Syntax

label-type start-label start-label [end-label end-label] label-type [family]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ldp>bindings label-type)

Full Context

show router ldp bindings label-type

Description

This command displays LDP FEC bindings by matching labels.

Parameters

start-label

Specifies a label value to begin the display.

Values

16 to 1048575

end-label

Specifies a label value to end the display.

Values

17 to 1048575

family

Displays either IPv4 or IPv6 LDP information.

Platforms

All

labels

labels

Syntax

labels

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id labels)

Full Context

show service id labels

Description

This command displays the labels being used by the service.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service label information.

Output Example
A:ALA-12# show service id 1 labels
============================================================================== 
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          40:1               Mesh 130081       131061                          
1          60:1               Mesh 131019       131016                          
1          100:1              Mesh 0            0                               
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
Number of Bound SDPs : 6                                                       
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
A:ALA-12#

Service-ID Labels Field Descriptions describes show service-id labels output fields:

Table 5. Service-ID Labels Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Svc Id

The service identifier

Sdp Id

The SDP identifier

Type

The SDP type, spoke or mesh

I. Lbl

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

E. Lbl

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

lacp-partner

lacp-partner

Syntax

lacp-partner

lacp-partner detail

Context

[Tree] (show>lag lacp-partner)

Full Context

show lag lacp-partner

Description

This command displays LACP partner information.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

lag

lag

Syntax

lag [lag-id] [detail] [statistics]

lag [lag-id] [detail] [lacp-statistics]

lag [lag-id] description

lag [lag-id] egress-rate-distribution

lag [lag-id] port

lag lag-id associations per-link-hash interface [class {1 | 2 | 3}]

lag lag-id associations

lag lag-id bfd

lag lag-id [detail] eth-cfm [tunnel tunnel-id]

lag lag-id flow-distribution

lag lag-id associations per-link-hash interface

lag lag-id associations link-map-profile [link-map-profile] interface

lag lag-id lacp-partner

lag lag-id detail lacp-partner

lag lag-id link-map-profile link-map-profile

lag lag-id per-link-hash [class {1 | 2 | 3}]

lag lag-id associations per-link-hash sap [class {1 | 2 | 3}]

lag lag-id associations link-map-profile [link-map-profile] sap

lag lag-id per-link-hash port port-id

Context

[Tree] (show lag)

Full Context

show lag

Description

This command displays Link Aggregation Group (LAG) information.

If no command line options are specified, a summary listing of all LAGs is displayed.

Parameters

lag-id

Displays only information on the specified LAG ID.

Values

1 to 800

Default

Displays information for all LAG IDs.

detail

Displays detailed LAG information.

Default

Displays summary information.

statistics

Displays LAG statistics information.

lacp-statistics

Displays the number of LACP PDUs transmitted and received per LAG port.

description

Displays the user-defined description for the LAG.

egress-rate-distribution

Displays the egress traffic rate in kb/s per LAG port.

port

Displays port information.

associations

Displays a list of current router interfaces to which the LAG is assigned.

interface

Displays interface information.

bfd

Displays per-member BFD information.

eth-cfm

Displays a list of Ethernet tunnels to which the LAG is assigned.

tunnel-id

Filters ETH-CFM MEP information to one tunnel.

Values

1 to 4094

flow-distribution

Displays the flow distribution per active LAG port in a given LAG. The operator can control the flow distribution per LAG by configuring a hash-weight value on each ports of a LAG.

Inactive LAG ports are not displayed.

per-link-hash

Displays information about a SAP or interface associated with this LAG sends traffic over a single link of a LAG auto-re-balancing as links are added and removed from this LAG.

lacp-partner

Displays LACP partner information.

link-map-profile

Displays information about a specified LAG link map profile.

Values

1 to 64

sap

Displays SAP information.

port-id

Specifies the port ID.

Values

slot/mda/port

Platforms

All

Output

See the following sections:

The following outputs are examples of lag information, and the associated tables describe the output fields.

Output Example: show lag
A:7750# show lag
===============================================================================
Lag Data
===============================================================================
Lag-id         Adm     Opr     Weighted Threshold Up-Count MC Act/Stdby
    name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1              up      down    No       0         0        active
    lag-1
2              up      down    No       0         0        N/A
    lag-2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total Lag-ids: 2       Single Chassis: 1        MC Act: 1       MC Stdby: 0
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show lag

Output Fields: show lag describes the output fields for the show lag command.

Table 6. Output Fields: show lag

Label

Description

Lag-id

The LAG or multi-link bundle ID that the port is assigned to.

Lag-name

The LAG name.

Adm

Up — The LAG is administratively up.

Down — The LAG is administratively down.

Opr

Up — The LAG is operationally up.

Down—The LAG is operationally down.

Threshold

The number of operational links for the LAG at or below which the configured action is invoked.

Up-Count

The number of ports that are physically present and have physical links present.

MC Act/Stdby

Member port is selected as active or standby link.

Output Example: show lag <lag-id> detail
A:Dut-B# show lag  1 detail
===============================================================================
LAG Details
===============================================================================
Description        : N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lag-id              : 1                     Mode                 : access
Lag-name            : lag-1
Adm                 : up                    Opr                  : down
Thres. Last Cleared : 04/12/2021 12:21:41   Thres. Exceeded Cnt  : 0
Dynamic Cost        : false                 Encap Type           : null
Configured Address  : e2:e5:ff:00:01:41     Lag-IfIndex          : 1342177281
Hardware Address    : e2:e5:ff:00:01:41     Adapt Qos (access)   : distribute
Hold-time Down      : 0.0 sec               Port Type            : standard
Per-Link-Hash       : disabled
Include-Egr-Hash-Cfg: disabled              Forced               : -
Per FP Ing Queuing  : disabled              Per FP Egr Queuing   : disabled
Per FP SAP Instance : disabled
Access Bandwidth    : N/A                   Access Booking Factor: 100
Access Available BW : 0
Access Booked BW    : 0
LACP                : enabled               Mode                 : passive
LACP Transmit Intvl : fast                  LACP xmit stdby      : enabled
Selection Criteria  : highest-count         Slave-to-partner     : disabled
MUX control         : coupled
Subgrp hold time    : 0.0 sec               Remaining time       : 0.0 sec
Subgrp selected     : MC peer               Subgrp candidate     : -
Subgrp count        : 1
System Id           : e2:e5:ff:00:00:00     System Priority      : 32768
Admin Key           : 32768                 Oper Key             : 1
Prtr System Id      : e2:f2:ff:00:00:00     Prtr System Priority : 1000
Prtr Oper Key       : 32768
Standby Signaling   : lacp
Port hashing        : port-speed            Port weight speed    : 0 gbps
Ports Up            : 0
Weights Up          : 0                     Hash-Weights Up      : 0
Monitor oper group  : N/A
Adaptive loadbal.   : disabled              Tolerance            : N/A
MC Peer Address     : 3.3.3.3               MC Peer Lag-id       : 1
MC System Id        : 00:00:00:00:00:01     MC System Priority   : 100
MC Admin Key        : 1                     MC Active/Standby    : standby
MC Lacp ID in use   : true                  MC extended timeout  : false
MC Selection Logic  : local master decided
MC Config Mismatch  : no mismatch
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port-id        Adm     Act/Stdby Opr     Primary   Sub-group     Forced  Prio
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/3          up      standby   down    yes       1             -       32768
1/1/4          up      standby   down              1             -       32768
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port-id        Role      Exp   Def   Dist  Col   Syn   Aggr  Timeout  Activity
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/3          actor     No    No    No    No    No    Yes   Yes      No
1/1/3          partner   No    No    No    No    Yes   Yes   Yes      Yes
1/1/4          actor     No    No    No    No    No    Yes   Yes      No
1/1/4          partner   No    No    No    No    Yes   Yes   Yes      Yes
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> detail

Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> detail describes the output fields for the show lag lag-id detail command. The output is dependent on whether or not the LAG was configured as a multi-chassis (MC) LAG.

Table 7. Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> detail

Label

Description

Lag-id

The LAG identification.

Lag-name

The LAG name.

Mode

The LAG mode:

  • access

  • hybrid

  • network

Adm

Administrative state of the LAG.

Up — The LAG is administratively up.

Down — The LAG is administratively down.

Opr

Operational state of the LAG.

Up — The LAG is operationally up.

Down — The LAG is operationally down.

Thres. Last Cleared

The last time that port or weight thresholds were cleared:

  • when there is a falling or rising hit

  • when they are configured and immediately reached

  • when they are not configured when reached

Not cleared by the threshold cfg or deconfig command when the port or weight threshold is removed. The port or weight threshold can then be configured but not immediately reached.

Thres. Exceeded Cnt

The number of times that the weight or port threshold rising counter was reached.

The Thresh. Exceed counter displays the rising counter, as the falling counter is only available via SNMP.

When we configure or deconfigure the port or weight threshold, the Thresh. Exceed counter is set to 0.

Dynamic Cost

Enabled — Dynamic cost is enabled.

Disabled — Dynamic cost is disabled.

Encap Type

The LAG port encapsulation type:

  • dot1q

  • null

  • qinq

Configured Address

The configured Ethernet MAC address.

Lag-IfIndex

A box-wide unique number assigned to this interface.

Hardware Address

The Ethernet MAC address.

Adapt Qos (access)

Displays the configured QoS mode:

  • distribute

  • link

  • port-fair

Hold-Time Down

The timer, in tenths of seconds, which controls the delay between detecting that a LAG is down and reporting it to the higher levels.

Port Type

The port type:

  • hs

  • standard

Per-Link-Hash

Enabled — Per link hash is enabled.

Disabled — Per link hash is disabled.

Include-Egr-Hash-Cfg

The explicitly configured hashing that is included to the egress buffering and rate distribution.

Per FP Ing Queuing

The per FP ingress queuing status.

Per FP Egr Queuing

The per FP egress queuing status.

Per FP SAP Instance

The per FP SAP instance status.

Access Bandwidth

The LAG access bandwidth value.

Access Booking Factor

The LAG access booking factor.

Access Available BW

The access available bandwidth.

Access Booked BW

The access booked bandwidth.

LACP

Enabled — LACP is enabled.

Down — LACP is disabled.

LACP Transmit Intvl

The LACP transmit interval mode.

LACP xmit stdby

The LACP transmit standby mode.

Selection Criteria

Configured LAG selection criteria.

Slave-to-partner

The LACP slave-to-partner enabled or disabled state.

MUX control

Configured type of multiplexing machine control used in a LAG with LACP in active/passive modes.

coupled — TX and RX activate together.

independent — RX activates independent of TX.

Subgrp hold time

The sub-group hold time value.

Remaining time

The sub-group remaining time value.

Subgrp selected

The number of sub-group selected in this LAG.

Subgrp candidate

The sub-group candidate.

Subgrp count

The number of sub-group configured in this LAG.

System Id

System ID used by actor in LACP messages.

System Priority

System priority used by actor in LACP messages.

Admin Key

Configured LAG key.

Oper Key

Key used by actor in LACP messages.

Prtr System Id

System ID used by partner in LACP messages.

Prtr System Priority

System priority used by partner in LACP messages.

Prtr Oper Key

Key used by partner in LACP messages.

Standby Signaling

The standby signaling mode used in this LAG.

Port hashing

Displays the LAG port hashing mechanism for flow distribution per LAG port.

  • port-speed — the port hashing value is inherited from the port speed

  • hash-weight — the LAG port hash-weight value is used to customize flow distribution per port

Port weight speed

The LAG port weight speed value for mixed-speed LAG.

Ports Up

The number of ports that are operationally up for this LAG.

Weights Up

Sum of weights for ports that are operationally up in this LAG.

Hash-Weights Up

Sum of hash weights for ports that are operationally up in this LAG.

Threshold Type

The type of threshold used in this LAG:

  • hash-weight-threshold

  • port-threshold

  • weight-threshold

Monitor oper group

The name of the operational group being monitored for this LAG.

Adaptive loadbal

The adaptive load balancing status.

Enabled — The adaptive load balancing is enabled.

Disabled — The adaptive load balancing is disabled.

Tolerance

The adaptive load balancing tolerance value.

Interval

The adaptive load balancing statistics pooling interval.

MC Peer Address

The multi-chassis peer IP address.

MC Peer Lag-id

The LAG ID for the multi-chassis peer.

MC System Id

The multi-chassis LAG system identifier MAC address.

MC System Priority

The multi-chassis LAG system priority.

MC Admin Key

The multi-chassis LAG administrative key.

MC Active/Standby

The multi-chassis LAG active or standby state.

MC Lacp ID in use

The multi-chassis LAG in use state.

MC extended timeout

The multi-chassis LAG extended timeout value.

MC Selection Logic

The multi-chassis LAG selection logic state.

MC Config Mismatch

The multi-chassis LAG configuration mismatch state.

Output Example: Show LAG Statistics
===============================================================================
LAG Statistics
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lag-id : 1 Lag-name : lag-1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description        : N/A
Port-id       Input(Packets)                   Output(Packets)
              Input(Bytes)                     Output(Bytes)
              Input Errors                     Output Errors
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/4         0                                0
              0                                0
              0                                0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Totals        0                                0
              0                                0
              0                                0
===============================================================================
Output Fields: Show LAG Statistics

Output Fields: Show LAG Statistics describes the output fields for the show lag statistics command.

Table 8. Output Fields: Show LAG Statistics

Label

Description

Lag-id

The LAG or multi-link trunk (MLT) that the port is assigned to.

Lag-name

The LAG name.

Port-id

The port ID.

Input Bytes

The number of incoming bytes for the LAG on a per-port basis.

Input Packets

The number of incoming packets for the LAG on a per-port basis.

Output Bytes

The number of outbound bytes for the LAG on a per-port basis.

Output Packets

The number of outbound packets for the LAG on a per-port basis.

Input/Output Errors

For packet-oriented interfaces, the number of inbound packets that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol. For character- oriented or fixed-length interfaces, the number of inbound transmission units that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol.

For packet-oriented interfaces, the number of outbound packets that could not be transmitted because of errors. For character-oriented or fixed-length interfaces, the number of outbound transmission units that could not be transmitted because of errors.

Totals

Displays the column totals for bytes, packets, and errors.

Output Example: show lag <lag-id> egress-rate-distribution
A:7750# show lag 1 egress-rate-distribution 
===============================================================================
Distribution of egress rate by adaptive load balancing
===============================================================================
Port                                                      Egress-rate (kbps)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8/1/71                                                    43186
8/1/72                                                    43186
8/1/73                                                    38387
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> egress-rate-distribution

Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> egress-rate-distribution describes the output fields for the show lag <lag-id> egress-rate-distribution command.

Table 9. Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> egress-rate-distribution

Label

Description

Port

The LAG member port.

Egress-rate

Total egress traffic rate of the LAG port from the last scan interval.

Output Example: show lag <lag-id> lacp-statistics
A:7750>config>lag# show lag 1 lacp-statistics

==============================================================================
LAG LACP Statistics
===============================================================================
LAG-id    Port-id        Tx         Rx         Rx Error   Rx Illegal
                        (Pdus)     (Pdus)     (Pdus)     (Pdus)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         1/1/3          20305      20291      0          0
1         1/1/4          20304      20292      0          0
1         1/1/13         20303      20284      0          0
1         1/1/14         20303      20284      0          0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Totals                   81215      81151      0          0
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> lacp-statistics

Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> lacp-statistics describes the output fields for the show lag <lag-id> lacp-statistics command.

Table 10. Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> lacp-statistics

Label

Description

LAG-id

The LAG ID that the port is assigned to.

Port-id

The port ID.

Tx

(Pdus)

The number of LACP PDUs transmitted.

Rx

(Pdus)

The number of LACP PDUs received.

Rx Error

(Pdus)

The number of LACP PDUs received when admin-down or when LACP is not enabled.

Rx Illegal

(Pdus)

The number of illegal packets received.

Output Example: Show lag <lag-id> flow-distribution
A:Dut-A# show lag 3 flow-distribution
===============================================================================
Distribution of allocated flows
===============================================================================
Port                        Bandwidth (Gbps) Hash-weight  Flow-share (%)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/1                       10.000           300          37.50
1/1/2                       10.000           500          62.50
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total operational bandwidth: 20.000
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> flow-distribution

Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> flow-distribution describes the output fields for the show lag flow-distribution command.

Table 11. Output Fields: show lag <lag-id> flow-distribution

Label

Description

Bandwidth

The physical bandwidth speed per active LAG port.

Hash-Weight

The hash-weight value configured or inherited from port-speed on this LAG port.

Flow-Share

The traffic flow distribution per active LAG port.

Output Example: Show lag <lag-id> associations
A:ALA-1# show lag 5 associations
==============================================================================
Interface Table
==============================================================================
Router/ServiceId                Name                            Encap Val
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Router: Base                    LAG2West                        0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interfaces
==============================================================================
A:ALA-1#
Output Fields: Show lag <lag-id> associations

Output Fields: Show lag <lag-id> associations describes the output fields for the show lag <lag-id> associations command.

Table 12. Output Fields: Show lag <lag-id> associations

Label

Description

Service ID

The service associated with the LAG.

Name

The name of the IP interface.

Encap Val

The Dot1q or QinQ values of the port for the IP interface.

Output Example: Show lag <lag-id> detail (with MC-LAG Output)
A:Dut-C# show lag 1 detail
===============================================================================
LAG Details
===============================================================================
Description        : N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lag-id              : 1                     Mode                 : access
Adm                 : up                    Opr                  : up
Thres. Last Cleared : 09/16/2019 23:27:40   Thres. Exceeded Cnt  : 2
Dynamic Cost        : false                 Encap Type           : null
Configured Address  : 10:0e:ff:00:01:41     Lag-IfIndex          : 1342177281
Hardware Address    : 10:0e:ff:00:01:41     Adapt Qos (access)   : distribute
Hold-time Down      : 0.0 sec               Port Type            : standard
Per-Link-Hash       : disabled
Include-Egr-Hash-Cfg: disabled              Forced               : -
Per FP Ing Queuing  : disabled              Per FP Egr Queuing   : disabled
Per FP SAP Instance : disabled
Access Bandwidth    : N/A                   Access Booking Factor: 100
Access Available BW : 0
Access Booked BW    : 0
LACP                : enabled               Mode                 : passive
LACP Transmit Intvl : fast                  LACP xmit stdby      : enabled
Selection Criteria  : highest-count         Slave-to-partner     : disabled
MUX control         : coupled
Subgrp hold time    : 1.0 sec               Remaining time       : 0.0 sec
Subgrp selected     : 2                     Subgrp candidate     : -
Subgrp count        : 1
System Id           : 10:0e:ff:00:00:00     System Priority      : 32768
Admin Key           : 32768                 Oper Key             : 1
Prtr System Id      : 1e:0e:ff:00:00:00     Prtr System Priority : 32768
Prtr Oper Key       : 32768
Standby Signaling   : lacp
Port hashing        : port-speed            Port weight speed    : 0 gbps
Ports Up            : 2
Weights Up          : 2                     Hash-Weights Up      : 2
Threshold Type      : hash-weight-threshold
  Value             : 1
  Action            : down
  Cost              : N/A
Monitor oper group  : N/A
MC Peer Address     : 2.2.2.2               MC Peer Lag-id       : 1
MC System Id        : 00:00:00:00:00:01     MC System Priority   : 100
MC Admin Key        : 1                     MC Active/Standby    : active
MC Lacp ID in use   : true                  MC extended timeout  : false
MC Selection Logic  : local master decided
MC Config Mismatch  : no mismatch
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port-id        Adm     Act/Stdby Opr     Primary   Sub-group     Forced  Prio
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/13         up      active    up      yes       2             -       32768
1/1/14         up      active    up                2             -       32768
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port-id        Role      Exp   Def   Dist  Col   Syn   Aggr  Timeout  Activity
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/13         actor     No    No    Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes      No
1/1/13         partner   No    No    Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes      Yes
1/1/14         actor     No    No    Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes      No
1/1/14         partner   No    No    Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes   Yes      Yes
===============================================================================
Output Example: show lag <lag-id> lcap-partner
A:ALU-Dut1# show lag 3 lacp-partner
===============================================================================
LAG Partner information
===============================================================================
Partner system ID           : ea:3e:ff:00:00:00
Partner system priority     : 32768
Partner operational key     : 2
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
LAG 3 Ports Partner operational information
===============================================================================
Port                        Actor Port  Prio  Key
                            port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/52                      33908 33909 5     2
1/1/54                      33910 33911 5     2
1/1/56                      33912 33913 7     2
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
LAG 3 Ports Partner operational state information
===============================================================================
Port                        Exp  Def  Dist Col  Syn  Aggr Time Act
                                                          out
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/52                      No   No   Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes
1/1/54                      No   No   Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes
1/1/56                      No   No   No   No   No   Yes  Yes  Yes
===============================================================================
A:ALU-Dut1# 


A:Dut-A# show lag 10 lacp-neighbors 
===============================================================================
LAG Neighbor information
===============================================================================
Partner system ID           : de:41:ff:00:00:00
Partner system priority     : 32768
Partner operational key     : 32768
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LAG port 1/1/6 partner information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Actor port                  : 33862
Partner admin system prio   : 32768
Partner oper system prio    : 32768
Partner admin system ID     : 00:00:00:00:00:00
Partner oper system ID      : de:41:ff:00:00:00
Partner admin key           : 0
Partner oper key            : 32768
Partner admin port          : (Not Specified)
Partner oper port           : 33863
Partner admin port prio     : 32768
Partner oper port prio      : 32768
Partner admin state         : (Not Specified)
Partner oper state          : lacp-timeout aggregation synchronization
                              collecting distributing
===============================================================================
A:Dut-A#


*A:bksim4001>config>lag# selection-criteria highest-weight subgroup-hold-
time 1show lag 1 detail                                         
ght subgroup-hold-time 10 
===============================================================
LAG Details
===============================================================
Description        : To Sim4002
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lag-id              : 1                       Mode                 : access
Adm                 : down                  Opr                  : down
Thres. Exceeded Cnt : 0                     Port Threshold       : 0
Thres. Last Cleared : 01/21/2014 09:00:48   Threshold Action     : down
Dynamic Cost        : false                 Encap Type           : null
Configured Address  : 36:95:ff:00:01:41     Lag-IfIndex          : 1342177281
Hardware Address    : 36:95:ff:00:01:41     Adapt Qos (access)   : distribute
Hold-time Down      : 0.0 sec               Port Type            : standard
Per-Link-Hash       : disabled              
Include-Egr-Hash-Cfg: enabled               
Per FP Ing Queuing  : disabled              Per FP Egr Queuing   : disabled
Per FP SAP Instance : disabled              
LACP                        : enabled               Mode                 : passive
LACP Transmit Intvl : fast                  LACP xmit stdby      : enabled
Selection Criteria      : highest-weight        Slave-to-partner     : disabled
Subgrp hold time    : 20.0 sec               Remaining time        : 2.6 sec
Subgrp selected       : 1                     Subgrp candidate     : 2
Subgrp count            : 2                     Forced               : -
System Id                 : 36:95:ff:00:00:00     System Priority      : 32768
Admin Key              : 32768                 Oper Key             : 32768
Prtr System Id          :                        Prtr System Priority : 0
Prtr Oper Key          : 0                     
Standby Signaling   : lacp                  
Port weight (gbps)   : (Not Specified)       
Weight Threshold    : 0                     Threshold Action     : down
...
===============================================================================


*A:Dut-A# show lag 2 associations per-link-hash sap
===============================================================================
SAP Associations
===============================================================================
SvcId      SAP                          Active Link            Oper   Oper
                                                               Class  Weight
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2          lag-2:4                          1/1/1               1      500
2          lag-2:5                          1/1/1               1      100
2          lag-2:6                          1/1/26              1      1000
2          lag-2:7                          1/1/25              1      1000
===============================================================================
Number of SAP associations: 4

A:bksim4001# show lag 1  per-link-hash         
===============================================================================
Per-link-hash Weight
===============================================================================
Port                             Class      Num Users  Agg Weight
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/1                            1          10                      10
1/1/1                            2          0          0
1/1/1                            3          2          500
===============================================================================
Number of entries: 3
===============================================================================

lag

Syntax

lag lag-id network-aggregate-qos-stats

Context

[Tree] (show>qos lag)

Full Context

show qos lag

Description

This command displays the aggregate QoS statistics for the default ingress and egress queues configured on a network interface LAG.

Parameters

lag-id

Displays only information about the specified LAG ID.

Values

1 to 800

network-aggregate-qos-stats

Displays the aggregate QoS statistics about network interface LAG queues.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of network aggregate QoS statistics information.

QoS Lag Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:PE# show qos lag 1 network-aggregate-qos-stats
===============================================================================
Network Aggregate QoS Statistics for LAG ID 1
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress Queue  1             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    320                     160000
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue  2             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue 11             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Egress Queue  1              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    997022                  127618816
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
Egress Queue  2              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 13. QoS Lag Field Descriptions

Label

Description

In Profile forwarded

Displays the number of in-profile packets or octets forwarded for ingress or egress queue

In Profile dropped

Displays the number of in-profile packets or octets dropped for ingress or egress queue

Out Profile forwarded

Displays the number of out-profile packets or octets forwarded for ingress or egress queue

Out Profile dropped

Displays the number of out-profile packets or octets dropped for ingress or egress queue

lag

Syntax

lag lag-id bfd-session family {ipv4 | ipv6} lag-port port-id

lag lag-id lacp-statistics

lag lag-id statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear lag)

Full Context

clear lag

Description

This command clears statistics for the specified LAG ID.

Parameters

lag-id

Clears the LAG ID.

Values

1 to 800

bfd-session

Clears the specified BFD session.

family

Clears the IP address family.

ipv4

Clears IPv4.

ipv6

Clears IPv6.

port-id

Clears the port ID.

Values

slot [/mda [/port]]

lacp-statistics

Clears the LACP PDUs statistics.

statistics

Clears the statistics or the BFD session for the specified LAG ID.

Platforms

All

lag

Syntax

lag lag-id lag-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump lag)

Full Context

tools dump lag

Description

This command dumps LAG information.

Parameters

lag-id

Specifies the LAG ID.

Values

1 to 800

Platforms

All

lag

Syntax

lag

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform lag)

Full Context

tools perform lag

Description

This command provides tools for controlling LAG.

Platforms

All

lag

Syntax

lag lag-id [lag-id] [bytes | packets | errors | utilization] [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

lag lag-id network-aggregate-qos-stats [interval seconds] [ repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor lag)

Full Context

monitor lag

Description

This command monitors traffic statistics for Link Aggregation Group (LAG) ports. Statistical information for the specified LAG ID(s) displays at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

The first screen displays the current statistics related to the specified LAG 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

lag-id

Specifies the number of the LAG, with a maximum of five LAG numbers specified in a single statement.

Values

1 to 200

bytes

Displays the statistics in bytes only.

packets

Displays the statistics in packets only.

errors

Displays the statistics for errors only.

utilization

Displays the statistics in percentage utilization only.

network-aggregate-qos-stats

Monitors the aggregate QoS statistics on network interface LAG default ingress and egress queues.

seconds

Configures the interval for each display in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

Default

10 seconds

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

Specifies 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 monitor lag command information.

Output Example
A:Dut-B# monitor lag 1 interval 3 repeat 1
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for LAG ID 1
===============================================================================
Port-id      Input packets                    Output packets
             Input bytes                      Output bytes
             Input errors [Input util %]      Output errors [Output util %]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/2/1        24                               25
             2224                             2294
             0                                0
1/2/2        25                               8
             2170                             776
             0                                0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Totals       49                               33
             4394                             3070
             0                                0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Delta)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/2/1        3                                3
             306                              306
             0                                0
1/2/2        0                                0
             0                                0
             0                                0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Totals       3                                3
             306                              306
             0                                0
===============================================================================


A:Dut-B# monitor lag 1 interval 3 repeat 1 bytes
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for LAG ID 1
===============================================================================
Port-id      Input bytes                      Output bytes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/2/1        6100                             6170
1/2/2        2514                             1120
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Totals       8614                             7290
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Delta)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/2/1        306                              306
1/2/2        0                                0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Totals       306                              306
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of network aggregate QoS statistics information.

Output Example
*A:PE# monitor lag 1 network-aggregate-qos-stats repeat 1
===============================================================================
Monitor Network Aggregate QoS Statistics for LAG ID 1
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress Queue  1             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue  2             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue 11             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Egress Queue  1              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
Egress Queue  2              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 11 sec (Mode: Delta)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress Queue  1             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    2124815                 271976320
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue  2             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue 11             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Egress Queue  1              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    1109568                 1420247040
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
Egress Queue  2              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
===============================================================================
*A:PE# monitor lag 1 network-aggregate-qos-stats rate repeat 1
===============================================================================
Monitor Network Aggregate QoS Statistics for LAG ID 1
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingress Queue  1             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue  2             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Ingress Queue 11             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0
Egress Queue  1              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
Egress Queue  2              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 11 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        Packets/sec             Octets/sec              % Port
                                                                        Util.
Ingress Queue  1             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0               0.00
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0               0.00
     Out Profile forwarded :    97675                   12502383        1.00
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0               0.00
Ingress Queue  2             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0               0.00
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0               0.00
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0               0.00
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0               0.00
Ingress Queue 11             Packets                 Octets
     In Profile forwarded  :    0                       0               0.00
     In Profile dropped    :    0                       0               0.00
     Out Profile forwarded :    0                       0               0.00
     Out Profile dropped   :    0                       0               0.00
Egress Queue  1              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0               0.00
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0               0.00
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    0                       0               0.00
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0               0.00
Egress Queue  2              Packets                 Octets
     In/Inplus Prof fwded  :    0                       0               0.00
     In/Inplus Prof dropped:    0                       0               0.00
     Out/Exc Prof fwded    :    97661                   12500639        1.00
     Out/Exc Prof dropped  :    0                       0               0.00
===============================================================================

lanext

lanext

Syntax

lanext

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt>vrgw lanext)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt vrgw lanext

Description

This command displays Wireless LAN Gateway Home LAN Extension information.

Platforms

7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

lanext

Syntax

lanext

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>wlan-gw lanext)

Full Context

tools dump wlan-gw lanext

Description

Commands in this context dump tools information for WGLAN HLE parameter.

Platforms

7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

lanext

Syntax

lanext

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>wlan-gw lanext)

Full Context

tools perform wlan-gw lanext

Description

Commands in this context clear tools information for WGLAN HLE parameter.

Platforms

7750 SR, 7750 SR-e, 7750 SR-s, VSR

lbm-svc-act-responder

lbm-svc-act-responder

Syntax

lbm-svc-act-responder [domain {md-index | md-admin-name}] [association {ma-index | ma-admin-name}] [mep mep-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>eth-cfm lbm-svc-act-responder)

Full Context

show eth-cfm lbm-svc-act-responder

Description

This command displays the MEPs created with the optional lbm-svc-act-responder configuration command, which allocates additional resources to facilitate high-speed LBM-to-LBR processing typically used during service activation testing. The optional filters are cumulative. These filters can be used to narrow the focus of the display to a specific area.

Parameters

md-index

Specifies the the MD index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

md-admin-name

Specifies the administrative name for the domain, up to 64 characters.

ma-index

Specifies the the MA index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-admin-name

Specifies the administrative name for the association, up to 64 characters.

mep-id

Specifies the local MEP ID.

Values

1 to 8191

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of ETH CFM LBM service activation responder information, and Output fields: LBM service activation responder describes the output fields.

Output example
*A:node-2# show eth-cfm lbm-svc-act-responder
==============================================================================
Eth-CFM SAP Local MEP LBM Service Activation Responder Enabled
==============================================================================
Sap                  Lvl Dir MdIndex    MaIndex    MepId  SrcMacAddress
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MEPs: 0
==============================================================================
==============================================================================
Eth-CFM Facility Interface Local MEP LBM Service Activation Responder Enabled
==============================================================================
Interface            Lvl Dir MdIndex    MaIndex    MepId  SrcMacAddress
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MEPs: 0
==============================================================================
==============================================================================
Eth-CFM SAP Primary VLAN Local MEP LBM Service Activation Responder Enabled
==============================================================================
Sap                  Lvl Dir MdIndex    MaIndex    MepId  SrcMacAddress
  Primary VlanId
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MEPs: 0
==============================================================================
==============================================================================
Eth-CFM SDP Local MEP LBM Service Activation Responder Enabled
==============================================================================
Sdp                  Lvl Dir MdIndex    MaIndex    MepId  SrcMacAddress
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MEPs: 0
==============================================================================
==============================================================================
Eth-CFM SDP Primary VLAN Local MEP LBM Service Activation Responder Enabled
==============================================================================
Sdp                  Lvl Dir MdIndex    MaIndex    MepId  SrcMacAddress
  Primary VlanId
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MEPs: 0
==============================================================================
Table 14. Output fields: LBM service activation responder

Label

Description

Sap

Displays the SAP

Sdp

Displays the SDP binding for the bridge

Interface

Displays the interface name

Lvl

Displays the domain level

Dir

Displays the MEP direction

MdIndex

Displays the MD index value

MaIndex

Displays the MA index value

MepId

Displays the maintenance association endpoint identifier

SrcMacAddress

Displays the source MAC address

md-admin-name

Displays the administrative MD name

ma-admin-name

Displays the administrative MA name

ldp

ldp

Syntax

ldp

Context

[Tree] (clear>router ldp)

Full Context

clear router ldp

Description

Commands in this context set the hold-time during which new auto-rx targeted peers are not generated.

Platforms

All

ldp

Syntax

ldp

Context

[Tree] (show>router ldp)

Full Context

show router ldp

Description

This command displays LDP information.

Platforms

All

ldp

Syntax

ldp

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router ldp)

Full Context

tools dump router ldp

Description

Commands in this context dump tools for LDP protocol instance.

Platforms

All

ldp

Syntax

ldp

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router ldp)

Full Context

monitor router ldp

Description

This command monitors commands for the LDP instance.

Platforms

All

ldp fec-egress-statistics

ldp fec-egress-statistics

Syntax

ldp fec-egress-statistics [ip-prefix/mask]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router ldp fec-egress-statistics)

Full Context

clear router ldp fec-egress-statistics

Description

This command clears LDP FEC egress statistics.

Parameters

ip-prefix

Specify information for the specified IP prefix. Host bits must be 0.

mask

Specifies the address mask used to indicate the bits of an IP address that are being used for the subnet address.

Values

IPv4: 0 to 32

IPv6: 0 to 128

Platforms

All

ldp-sync-exit

ldp-sync-exit

Syntax

ldp-sync-exit

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>isis ldp-sync-exit)

Full Context

tools perform router isis ldp-sync-exit

Description

This command terminates LDP synchronization and restores actual cost of an ISIS interface.

Platforms

All

ldp-sync-exit

Syntax

ldp-sync-exit

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>ospf3 ldp-sync-exit)

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>ospf ldp-sync-exit)

Full Context

tools perform router ospf3 ldp-sync-exit

tools perform router ospf ldp-sync-exit

Description

This command terminates LDP synchronization and restore actual cost of an OSPF interface.

Platforms

All

ldp-treetrace

ldp-treetrace

Syntax

ldp-treetrace [prefix ip-prefix/mask] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam ldp-treetrace)

Full Context

show test-oam ldp-treetrace

Description

This command displays OAM LDP treetrace information.

Parameters

ip-prefix/mask

Specifies the address prefix and subnet mask of the destination node.

Values

ip-prefix: a.b.c.d (host bits must be 0)

mask: 0 to 32

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output example shows OAM LDP treetrace information.

Output Example
*A:ALA-48# show test-oam ldp-treetrace
Admin State              : Up             Discovery State      : Done          
Discovery-intvl (min)    : 60             Probe-intvl (min)    : 2             
Probe-timeout (min)      : 1              Probe-retry          : 3             
Trace-timeout (sec)      : 60             Trace-retry          : 3             
Max-TTL                  : 30             Max-path             : 128           
Forwarding-class (fc)    : be             Profile              : Out           
Total Fecs               : 400            Discovered Fecs      : 400           
Last Discovery Start     : 12/19/2006 05:10:14                                 
Last Discovery End       : 12/19/2006 05:12:02                                 
Last Discovery Duration  : 00h01m48s                                           
Policy1                  : policy-1                                            
Policy2                  : policy-2 

*A:ALA-48# show test-oam ldp-treetrace detail
Admin State              : Up             Discovery State      : Done          
Discovery-intvl (min)    : 60             Probe-intvl (min)    : 2             
Probe-timeout (min)      : 1              Probe-retry          : 3             
Trace-timeout (sec)      : 60             Trace-retry          : 3             
Max-TTL                  : 30             Max-path             : 128           
Forwarding-class (fc)    : be             Profile              : Out           
Total Fecs               : 400            Discovered Fecs      : 400           
Last Discovery Start     : 12/19/2006 05:10:14                                 
Last Discovery End       : 12/19/2006 05:12:02                                 
Last Discovery Duration  : 00h01m48s                                           
Policy1                  : policy-1                                            
Policy2                  : policy-2 
===============================================================================
Prefix (FEC) Info
===============================================================================
Prefix              Path Last                  Probe  Discov    Discov         
                    Num  Discovered            State  State     Status         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11.11.11.1/32       54   12/19/2006 05:10:15   OK     Done      OK             
11.11.11.2/32       54   12/19/2006 05:10:15   OK     Done      OK             
11.11.11.3/32       54   12/19/2006 05:10:15   OK     Done      OK 
………… 
14.14.14.95/32      72   12/19/2006 05:11:13   OK     Done      OK             
14.14.14.96/32      72   12/19/2006 05:11:13   OK     Done      OK             
14.14.14.97/32      72   12/19/2006 05:11:15   OK     Done      OK             
14.14.14.98/32      72   12/19/2006 05:11:15   OK     Done      OK             
14.14.14.99/32      72   12/19/2006 05:11:18   OK     Done      OK             
14.14.14.100/32     72   12/19/2006 05:11:20   OK     Done      OK             
===============================================================================
Legend: uP - unexplored paths, tO - trace request timed out
        mH - max hop exceeded, mP - max path exceeded
        nR - no internal resource


*A:ALA-48# show test-oam ldp-treetrace prefix 12.12.12.10/32
Discovery State  : Done                 Last Discovered  : 12/19/2006 05:11:02 
Discovery Status : ' OK '                                                    
Discovered Paths : 54                   Failed Hops      : 0                   
Probe State      : OK                   Failed Probes    : 0 


*A:ALA-48# show test-oam ldp-treetrace prefix 12.12.12.10/32  detail 
Discovery State  : Done                 Last Discovered  : 12/19/2006 05:11:02 
Discovery Status : ' OK '                                                    
Discovered Paths : 54                   Failed Hops      : 0                   
Probe State      : OK                   Failed Probes    : 0 
===============================================================================
Discovered Paths
===============================================================================
PathDest            Egr-NextHop         Remote-RtrAddr      Discovery-time     
  DiscoveryTtl        ProbeState          ProbeTmOutCnt       RtnCode          
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
127.1.0.5           10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
127.1.0.9           10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
127.1.0.15          10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
127.1.0.19          10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
127.1.0.24          10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
127.1.0.28          10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01

……………..

127.1.0.252         10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
127.1.0.255         10.10.1.2           12.12.12.10         12/19/2006 05:11:01
              7     OK                  0                   EgressRtr          
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-48#

*A:ALA-48# show test-oam twamp server
==============================================================================
TWAMP Server (port 862)
==============================================================================
Admin State : Up                               Oper State  : Up
Up Time     : 0d 00:00:05                      
Curr Conn   : 1                                Max Conn    : 32
ConnTimeout : 1800                             Conn Reject : 2
Curr Sess   : 2                                Max Sess    : 32
Tests Done  : 5                                Tests Rej   : 0
Tests Abort : 0
TstPktsRx   : 999                              TstPktsTx   : 999
==============================================================================
Prefix      : 10.0.0.0/8
Description : NMS-West
==============================================================================
Admin State : Up                               Oper State  : Up
Curr Conn   : 1                                Max Conn    : 32
Conn Reject : 0
Curr Sess   : 2                                Max Sess    : 32
Tests Done  : 5                                Tests Rej   : 0
Tests Abort : 0
TstPktsRx   : 999                              TstPktsTx   : 999
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Client          Sessions               Idle     TstPktsRx    TstPktsTx
                Curr/Done/Rej/Abort
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.1.1.1        2/5/0/0                920      999          999
==============================================================================
==============================================================================
Prefix      : 10.0.0.0/16
Description : NMS-West-Special
==============================================================================
Admin State : Up                               Oper State  : Up
Curr Conn   : 0                                Max Conn    : 32
Conn Reject : 0
Curr Sess   : 0                                Max Sess    : 32
Tests Done  : 0                                Tests Rej   : 0
Tests Abort : 0
TstPktsRx   : 0                                TstPktsTx   : 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Client          Sessions               Idle     TstPktsRx    TstPktsTx
                Curr/Done/Rej/Abort
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
==============================================================================

learned-remote-mac

learned-remote-mac

Syntax

learned-remote-mac [domain {md-index | md-admin-name}] [association {ma-index | ma-admin-name}] [mep mep-id] [remote-mepid mep-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>eth-cfm learned-remote-mac)

Full Context

show eth-cfm learned-remote-mac

Description

This command displays the local MEP and remote MEP MAC address information relationship. The MAC address information in this table is populated and used in place of the remote mep-id in various ETH-CFM tests that opt to use the remote-mepid mep-id configuration instead of specifying the remote peer MAC address. This table is maintained by the ETH-CC process. If a CCM has not been received for a remote peer, there is no entry in the learned-remote-mac table. However, when a CCM is received for an expected peer, an entry in the learned-remote-mac table is populated and maintained. This entry remains until the remote peer statement is deleted from the association, the local MEP is deleted, or if a manual clear>eth-cfm>learned-remote-mac command has been executed for the specified local MEP.

The optional parameters are treated as independent filters that are combined to refine the output. Omitting all optional parameters produces output that includes the entire table.

Parameters

md-index

Specifies the MD index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

md-admin-name

Specifies the MD name, up to 64 characters.

ma-index

Specifies the MA index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-admin-name

Specifies the MD name, up to 64 characters.

mep mep-id

Specifies the local mep-id.

Values

1 to 8191

remote-mepid mep-id

Specifies the remote mep-id.

Values

1 to 8191

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of learned remote MAC information, and Learned Remote MAC Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output example
show eth-cfm learned-remote-mac
=======================================================================
Eth-CFM Learned Remote MEPID MAC Address
=======================================================================
MdIndex    MaIndex    L-MepId R-MepId Learned Remote MAC Stale Updated
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
10         11400115   2       1       00:00:00:00:00:29  False False
    10
    11400115

10         11600117   2       1       00:00:00:00:00:29  False False
    10
    11600117

12         1000       928     929     00:00:01:01:09:29  False False
    12
    vpls-100-1

12         1000       928     1028    00:00:01:01:10:28  False False
    12
    vpls-100-1

12         1000       928     1029    00:00:01:01:10:29  False False
    12
    vpls-100-1

12         1000       1028    928     00:00:01:01:09:28  False False
    12
    vpls-100-1

12         1000       1028    929     00:00:01:01:09:29  False False
    12
    vpls-100-1

12         1000       1028    1029    00:00:01:01:10:29  False False
    12
    vpls-100-1
=======================================================================
 
Table 15. Learned Remote MAC Field Descriptions

Label

Description

MdIndex

Specifies the local MEP domain index

MaIndex

Specifies the local MEP association index

L-MepId

Specifies the local MEP identifier

R-MepId

Specifies the remote MEP identifier

Learned Remote MAC

Specifies the learned MAC address of the remote peer

Stale

Results of the comparison between the CCM database and the learned-remote-mac table

False — match

True — mismatch

Updated

Whether the learned MAC in this table has been updated in the last CCM interval

md-admin-name

Displays the administrative MD name.

ma-admin-name

Displays the administrative MA name.

learned-remote-mac

Syntax

learned-remote-mac [mep mep-id [remote-mepid mep-id]] domain md-index association ma-index

Context

[Tree] (clear>eth-cfm learned-remote-mac)

Full Context

clear eth-cfm learned-remote-mac

Description

This command clears the stored MAC addresses in the CFM learned-remote-mac address table. A valid MAC address must exist in the learned-remote-mac table for a successful PDU generation when that test uses the remote-mepid mep-id option in place of a mac-address.

The local domain and association parameters must be included as part of the clear command. The mep and remote-mepid parameters are optional. The clear command clears all matching entries based on the configured parameters. The table is populated based on the reception and processing of ETH-CC PDUs.

Parameters

mep mep-id

Specifies the local MEP ID.

Values

1 to 8191

remote-mepid mep-id

Specifies the remote MEP ID.

Values

1 to 8191

md-index

Specifies the MD index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-index

Specifies the MA index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

Platforms

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

lease-state

lease-state

Syntax

lease-state [wholesaler service-id] [sap sap-id | sdp sdp-id:vc-id | interface interface-name | ip-address ip-address [/mask] | chaddr ieee-address | mac ieee-address | {[port port-id] [no-inter-dest-id | inter-dest-id inter-dest-id]}] [session { none | ipoe}] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id>dhcp lease-state)

Full Context

show service id dhcp lease-state

Description

This command displays DHCP lease state related information.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the service ID of the wholesaler.

Values

1 to 2148278316, svc-name: up to 64 characters

sap-id

Specifies the physical port identifier portion of the SAP definition.

sdp-id

The SDP identifier.

Values

1 to 17407

vc-id

The virtual circuit ID on the SDP ID for which to display information.

Values

1 to 4294967295

interface-name

Displays information for the specified IP interface.

ip-address[/mask]

Displays information associated with the specified IP address.

ieee-address

Specifies the source MAC address.

Values

xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx (cannot be all zeros)

port-id

Specifies the port ID.

no-inter-dest-id

Displays the information about no intermediate destination ID.

inter-dest-id

Displays information about the specified intermediate destination ID, up to 64 characters.

session

Shows DHCPv4 lease states for hosts that are associated with an IPoEsession or for hosts that are not associated with an IPoE session.

Values

none, ipoe

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of the DHCP lease-state command.

Output Example
A:node-2# show service id 13 dhcp lease-state 
===============================================================================
DHCP lease state table, service 13
===============================================================================
IP Address      Mac Address       Sap/Sdp Id          Remaining  Lease    MC   
                                                      LifeTime   Origin   Stdby
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.13.40.1      00:00:00:00:00:13 1/1/1:13            00h00m58s  Radius        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 1
===============================================================================
A:ALA-_Dut-A# 


#  show service id 1000 dhcp lease-state detail
===============================================================================
DHCP lease states for service 1000
===============================================================================
Service ID           : 1000
IP Address           : 10.250.21.2
Client HW Address    : 00:02:01:00:00:01
Subscriber-interface : sub-int-2
Group-interface      : group-int-2-3
SAP                  : [1/1/2:2513.20]
Termination Type     : local
Up Time              : 0d 00:04:51
Remaining Lease Time : 0d 00:05:09
Remaining SessionTime: N/A
Persistence Key      : 0x00000000
Sub-Ident            : "sub-02-01"
Sub-Profile-String   : "sub-profile-1"
SLA-Profile-String   : "sla-profile-1"
App-Profile-String   : ""
Lease ANCP-String    : ""
Lease Int Dest Id    : ""
Category-Map-Name    : ""
Lease Info origin    : DHCP
Ip-Netmask           : 255.255.255.0
Broadcast-Ip-Addr    : N/A
Default-Router       : 10.250.21.254
Primary-Dns          : N/A
Secondary-Dns        : N/A
Primary-Nbns         : N/A
Secondary-Nbns       : N/A
ServerLeaseStart     : 10/07/2020 15:00:19
ServerLastRenew      : 10/07/2020 15:00:19
ServerLeaseEnd       : 10/07/2020 15:10:19
Session-Timeout      : N/A
IPoE|PPP session     : IPoE
Lease-Time           : 0d 00:10:00
DHCP Server Addr     : 192.0.2.2
Relay Agent Information
  Circuit Id         : pe2|1000|group-int-2-3|1/1/2:2513.20
Radius Class 1       : This is a Class attribute
Radius User-Name     : "00:02:01:00:00:01"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Overrides
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dir Type           Id         PIR        CIR        CBS        MBS        WRR
    Class-Weight
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Egr Queue          1          1234       N/A        350000     350000     N/A
    N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Overrides: 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SLA Profile Instance Session Limit Overrides
ipoe                : 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 1
===============================================================================

Service DHCP Lease-state Field Descriptions describes service DHCP lease-state information.

Table 16. Service DHCP Lease-state Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Service ID

The service ID

IP Address

The IP address

Client HW Address

The client hardware address

Subscriber-interface

The subscriber interface name

Group-interface

The group interface name

SAP

The SAP

Termination Type

The termination type

Up Time

The up time

Remaining Lease Time

The remaining lease time

Remaining SessionTime

The remaining session time

Persistence Key

The persistence key

Sub-Ident

The name of the subscriber identification policy

Sub-Profile-String

The subscriber profile string

SLA-Profile-String

The name of the SLA profile

App-Profile-String

The application profile string

Lease ANCP-String

The lease ANCP string

Lease Int Dest Id

The lease internal destination ID

Category-Map-Name

The category map name

Lease Info origin

The origin of the lease

Ip-Netmask

The IP netmask address

Broadcast-Ip-Addr

The broadcast IP address

Default-Router

The default router

Primary-Dns

The primary DNS address

Secondary-Dns

The secondary DNS address

Primary-Nbns

The primary NBNS

Secondary-Nbns

The secondary NBNS

ServerLeaseStart

The date and time of the start of the server lease

ServerLastRenew

The date and time of the renewal of the server lease

ServerLeaseEnd

The date and time of the end of the server lease

Session-Timeout

The session timeout value

IPoE|PPP session

The type of session

Lease-Time

The lease time

DHCP Server Addr

The DHCP server IP address

Relay Agent Information

Circuit Id

The circuit ID

Radius Class 1

The RADIUS Class 1 value

Radius User-Name

The RADIUS user name

Overrides:

(only shown when overrides are active)

Dir Type

The direction type

Id

The ID

PIR

The PIR value

CIR

The CIR value

CBS

The CBS value

MBS

The MBS value

WRR

The WRR value

Class-Weight

The class weight

No. of Overrides

The total number of overrides

Subscriber Host Limit Overrides and SLA Profile Instance Host Limit Overrides:

(only shown when overrides are active)

ipv4-arp

The total number of IPv4 ARP hosts limit

ipv4-dhcp

The total number of IPv4 DHCP hosts limit

ipv4-ppp

The total number of IPv4 PPP hosts limit

ipv4-overall

The total number of IPv4 hosts limit

ipv6-pd-ipoe-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 IPoE DHCP Prefix Delegation hosts (IA-PD) limit

ipv6-pd-ppp-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 PPPoE DHCP Prefix Delegation hosts (IA-PD) limit

ipv6-pd-overall

The total number of IPv6 DHCP Prefix Delegation hosts (IA-PD) limit

ipv6-wan-ipoe-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 IPoE DHCP WAN hosts (IA-NA) limit

ipv6-wan-ipoe-slaac

The total number of IPv6 IPoE SLAAC WAN hosts limit

ipv6-wan-ppp-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 PPPoE DHCP WAN hosts (IA-NA) limit

ipv6-wan-ppp-slaac

The total number of IPv6 IPoE SLAAC WAN hosts limit

ipv6-wan-overall

The total number of IPv6 WAN hosts limit

ipv6-overall

The total number of IPv6 hosts limit

lac-overall

The total number of L2TP LAC hosts limit

overall

The total number of subscriber hosts limit

Subscriber Session Limit Overrides and SLA Profile Instance Session Limit Overrides:

(only shown when overrides are active)

ipoe

The total number of IPoE sessions limit

ppoe-local

The total number of PPPoE local terminated sessions (PTA) limit

ppoe-lac

The total number of PPPoE L2TP LAC sessions limit

ppoe-overall

The total number of PPPoE sessions limit

l2tp-lns

The total number of L2TP LNS sessions limit

l2tp-lts

The total number of L2TP LTS sessions limit

l2tp-overall

The total number of L2TP sessions limit

overall

The total number of subscriber sessions limit

Number of lease states

The total number of lease states

Routed CO Output Example
A:ALA-_Dut-A# show service id 13 dhcp lease-state 
===============================================================================
DHCP lease state table, service 13
===============================================================================
IP Address      Mac Address       Sap/Sdp Id          Remaining  Lease    MC   
                                                      LifeTime   Origin   Stdby
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.13.40.1      00:00:00:00:00:13 1/1/1:13            00h00m58s  Radius        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 1
===============================================================================
A:ALA-_Dut-A# 


A:ALA-_Dut-A# show service id 13 dhcp lease-state detail 
===============================================================================
DHCP lease states for service 13
===============================================================================
Service ID           : 13                                                      
IP Address           : 10.13.40.1
Mac Address          : 00:00:00:00:00:13                                       
Subscriber-interface : ies-13-10.13.1.1                                        
Group-interface      : intf-13                                                 
SAP                  : 1/1/1:13                                                
Remaining Lifetime   : 00h00m58s                                               
Persistence Key      : N/A                                                     
 
Sub-Ident            : "TEST"                                              
Sub-Profile-String   : "ADSL GO"                                               
SLA-Profile-String   : "BE-Video"                                              
Lease ANCP-String    : ""
 
Sub-Ident origin     : Radius                                                  
Strings origin       : Radius                                                  
Lease Info origin    : Radius                                                  
 
Ip-Netmask           : 255.255.0.0                                             
Broadcast-Ip-Addr    : 10.13.255.255                                           
Default-Router       : N/A                                                     
Primary-Dns          : 10.13.254.254                                           
Secondary-Dns        : 10.13.254.253                                           
 
ServerLeaseStart     : 12/24/2006 23:48:23                                     
ServerLastRenew      : 12/24/2006 23:48:23                                     
ServerLeaseEnd       : 12/24/2006 23:49:23                                     
Session-Timeout      : 0d 00:01:00                                             
DHCP Server Addr     : N/A                                                     
 
Persistent Relay Agent Information
  Circuit Id         : ancstb6_Dut-A|13|intf-13|0|13
  Remote Id          : stringtest

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 1
===============================================================================
A:ALA-_Dut-A# 


Wholesaler/Retailer Output Example
A:ALA-_Dut-A# show service id 2000 dhcp lease-state detail 
===============================================================================
DHCP lease states for service 2000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Wholesaler 1000 Leases
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Service ID           : 1000                                                    
IP Address           : 10.13.1.254
Mac Address          : 00:00:00:00:00:13                                       
Subscriber-interface : whole-sub                                               
Group-interface      : intf-13                                                 
Retailer             : 2000                                                    
Retailer If          : retail-sub                                              
SAP                  : 1/1/1:13                                                
Remaining Lifetime   : 00h09m59s                                               
Persistence Key      : N/A                                                     
 
Sub-Ident            : "TEST"                                              
Sub-Profile-String   : "ADSL GO"                                               
SLA-Profile-String   : "BE-Video"                                              
Lease ANCP-String    : ""
 
Sub-Ident origin     : Retail DHCP                                             
Strings origin       : Retail DHCP                                             
Lease Info origin    : Retail DHCP                                             
 
Ip-Netmask           : 255.255.0.0                                             
Broadcast-Ip-Addr    : 10.13.255.255                                           
Default-Router       : N/A                                                     
Primary-Dns          : N/A                                                     
Secondary-Dns        : N/A                                                     
 
ServerLeaseStart     : 12/25/2006 00:29:41                                     
ServerLastRenew      : 12/25/2006 00:29:41                                     
ServerLeaseEnd       : 12/25/2006 00:39:41                                     
Session-Timeout      : 0d 00:10:00                                             
DHCP Server Addr     : 10.232.237.2                                            
 
Persistent Relay Agent Information
  Circuit Id         : 1/1/1:13
  Remote Id          : stringtest

Subscriber Host Limit Overrides
 ipv4-arp            : 1
 ipv4-dhcp           : 1
 ipv4-ppp            : 1
 ipv4-overall        : 1
 ipv6-pd-ipoe-dhcp   : 1
 ipv6-pd-ppp-dhcp    : 1
 ipv6-pd-overall     : 1
 ipv6-wan-ipoe-dhcp  : 1
 ipv6-wan-ipoe-slaac : 1
 ipv6-wan-ppp-dhcp   : 1
 ipv6-wan-ppp-slaac  : 1
 ipv6-wan-overall    : 1
 ipv6-overall        : 1
 lac-overall         : 1
 overall             : 1
SLA Profile Instance Host Limit Overrides
 ipv4-arp            : 1
 ipv4-dhcp           : 1
 ipv4-ppp            : 1
 ipv4-overall        : 1
 ipv6-pd-ipoe-dhcp   : 1
 ipv6-pd-ppp-dhcp    : 1
 ipv6-pd-overall     : 1
 ipv6-wan-ipoe-dhcp  : 1
 ipv6-wan-ipoe-slaac : 1
 ipv6-wan-ppp-dhcp   : 1
 ipv6-wan-ppp-slaac  : 1
 ipv6-wan-overall    : 1
 ipv6-overall        : 1
 lac-overall         : 1
 overall             : 1
Subscriber Session Limit Overrides
 ipoe                : 1
 pppoe-local         : 1
 pppoe-lac           : 1
 pppoe-overall       : 1
 l2tp-lns            : 1
 l2tp-lts            : 1
 l2tp-overall        : 1
 overall             : 1
SLA Profile Instance Session Limit Overrides
 ipoe                : 1
 pppoe-local         : 1
 pppoe-lac           : 1
 pppoe-overall       : 1
 l2tp-lns            : 1
 l2tp-lts            : 1
 l2tp-overall        : 1
 overall             : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 1
===============================================================================
A:ALA-_Dut-A#

lease-state

Syntax

lease-state [detail] [wholesaler service-id] [session {none | ipoe | ppp}] [router-advertisement-policy policy-name]

lease-state [detail] interface interface-name [wholesaler service-id] [session {none | ipoe | ppp}] [router-advertisement-policy policy-name]

lease-state [detail] ipv6-address ipv6-prefix[/prefix-length] [wholesaler service-id] [session {none | ipoe | ppp}] [router-advertisement-policy policy-name]

lease-state [detail] mac ieee-address [wholesaler service-id] [session {none | ipoe | ppp}] [router-advertisement-policy policy-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id>dhcp6 lease-state)

Full Context

show service id dhcp6 lease-state

Description

This command displays DHCPv6 lease state information.

Note:

The wholesaler service-id parameter is applicable only in the VPRN context.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed lease state information.

service-id

The service ID of the wholesaler. When specified in this context, SAP, SDP, interface, IP address and MAC parameters are ignored. This parameter only applies to the 7750 SR.

Values

service-id: 1 to 2147483647

session

Shows DHCPv6 lease states for clients that are associated with an IPoE session or for clients that are associated with a PPP session or for clients that are not associated with an IPoE session.

Values

none, ipoe, ppp

policy-name

Specifies the name of the router advertisement policy.

interface-name

Specifies the interface name, up to 32 characters.

ipv6-address[/mask]

Shows information for the specified IPv6 address and mask.

ieee-address

Shows information for the specified 48-bit MAC address, expressed in the form aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff or aa-bb-cc-dd-ee-ff, where aa, bb, cc, dd, ee and ff are hexadecimal numbers.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of DHCP6 lease state information.

Output Example
*A:eng-BNG-2# show  service id 1000 dhcp6 lease-state detail
===============================================================================
DHCP lease states for service 1000
===============================================================================
Service ID           : 1000
IP Address           : 2001:1000:0:4::1/128
Client HW Address    : 00:00:10:10:12:12
Subscriber-interface : sub-int-01
Group-interface      : grp-int-01
SAP                  : 1/1/20:841
Termination Type     : local
Up Time              : 0d 00:00:13
Remaining Lease Time : 0d 23:59:47 (Lease Split)
Remaining SessionTime: N/A
Persistence Key      : N/A
Sub-Ident            : "host-1"
Sub-Profile-String   : "no-prof"
SLA-Profile-String   : "no-prof"
App-Profile-String   : ""
Lease ANCP-String    : ""
Lease Int Dest Id    : ""
Category-Map-Name    : ""
Dhcp6 ClientId (DUID): 00030001000010101212
Dhcp6 IAID           : 0
Dhcp6 IAID Type      : non-temporary
Dhcp6 Client Ip      : fe80:db8:200:10ff:fe10:1212
Primary-Dns          : N/A
Secondary-Dns        : N/A
Pool Name            : ""
Dhcp6 Server Addr    : ::10
Dhcp6 ServerId (DUID): 00030001d854ff000000
Dhcp6 InterfaceId    : test
Dhcp6 RemoteId       : N/A
Radius sub-if prefix : N/A
Router adv. policy   : ra-policy-01
Lease Info origin    : DHCP
ServerLeaseStart     : 02/13/2017 22:04:24
ServerLastRenew      : 02/13/2017 22:04:24
ServerLeaseEnd       : 02/14/2017 22:04:24
Session-Timeout      : N/A
IPoE|PPP session     : No
Radius User-Name     : "00:00:10:10:12:12"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Overrides
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dir Type           Id         PIR        CIR        CBS        MBS        WRR
    Class-Weight
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Egr Queue          1          1234       N/A        350000     350000     N/A
    N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Overrides: 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SLA Profile Instance Session Limit Overrides
ipoe                : 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 1
===============================================================================
 
*A:Dut-A#show service id 13 dhcp6 lease-state router-advertisement-policy ra-policy-01
===============================================================================
DHCP lease state table, service 13
===============================================================================
IP Address      Mac Address       Sap/Sdp Id          Remaining  Lease    MC
                                                     LeaseTime  Origin   Stdby
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2013:bad:beaf::1/128
                00:00:00:00:00:13 1/1/1:13            23h47m34s  DHCP      
2013:bad:beaf::2/128
                00:00:00:00:00:14 1/1/1:13            23h52m36s  DHCP      
2013:bad:beaf::3/128
                00:00:00:00:00:15 1/1/1:13            23h54m17s  DHCP      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of lease states : 3
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 

DHCPv6 Lease State Router Advertisement Field Descriptions describes DHCPv6 lease state router advertisement policy output fields.

Table 17. DHCPv6 Lease State Router Advertisement Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Service ID

The service ID provided by the access node to which this subnet is bound

IP Address

The IP address of the service

Client HW Address

The MAC address of the client

Subscriber-Interface

The subscriber interface for the service

Group-interface

The group interface for the service

Sap/Sdp ID

The service SAP and SDP IDs

Termination Type

The PPP session type

Up Time

The value of the up time at the time of the last modification of an entry

Remaining Lease Time

The time left before the DHCPv6 lease expires. The client should renew its lease before this timer expires.

(Lease Split) indicates that DHCPv6 lease split is active.

Remaining SessionTime

The time left for this session

Persistence Key

The persistence key

Sub-Ident

The subscriber identification policy name

Sub-Profile-String

The subscriber profile policy name

App-Profile-String

The application profile policy name

Lease ANCP-String

The ANCP string

Category-Map-Name

The category map name

Dhcp6 ClientID (DUID)

The DHCP client ID

Dhcp6 IAID

The DHCPv6 Identity Association Identifier (IAID) assigned by the client

Dhcp6 IAID Type

The DHCPv6 Identity Association type of this lease (non-temporary or prefix)

Dhcp6 Client Ip

The DHCPv6 IP address of the client

Primary-Dns

The primary DNS, if configured

Secondary-Dns

The secondary DNS, if configured

Pool Name

The pool name

Dhcp6 Server Addr

The DHCPv6 server address

Dhcp6 ServerID (DUID)

The DHCPv6 server ID

Dhcp6 InterfaceId

The DHCPv6 interface ID

Dhcp6 RemoteId

The DHCPv6 remote ID

Radius sub-if prefix

The RADIUS subscriber interface prefix

Router adv. policy

The router advertisement policy

Lease Info origin

The lease info origin

ServerLeaseStart

The date and time the lease was created

ServerLastRenew

The last renew was done for this lease

ServerLeaseEnd

The time left for this lease

Session-Timeout

The session timeout interval

IPoE|PPP

IPoE or PPP

Radius User-Name

The RADIUS user name

Overrides:

(only shown when overrides are active)

Dir Type

The direction type

Id

The ID

PIR

The PIR value

CIR

The CIR value

CBS

The CBS value

MBS

The MBS value

WRR

The WRR value

Class-Weight

The class weight

No. of Overrides

The total number of overrides

Subscriber Host Limit Overrides and SLA Profile Instance Host Limit Overrides:

(only shown when overrides are active)

ipv4-arp

The total number of IPv4 ARP hosts limit

ipv4-dhcp

The total number of IPv4 DHCP hosts limit

ipv4-ppp

The total number of IPv4 PPP hosts limit

ipv4-overall

The total number of IPv4 hosts limit

ipv6-pd-ipoe-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 IPoE DHCP Prefix Delegation hosts (IA-PD) limit

ipv6-pd-ppp-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 PPPoE DHCP Prefix Delegation hosts (IA-PD) limit

ipv6-pd-overall

The total number of IPv6 DHCP Prefix Delegation hosts (IA-PD) limit

ipv6-wan-ipoe-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 IPoE DHCP WAN hosts (IA-NA) limit

ipv6-wan-ipoe-slaac

The total number of IPv6 IPoE SLAAC WAN hosts limit

ipv6-wan-ppp-dhcp

The total number of IPv6 PPPoE DHCP WAN hosts (IA-NA) limit

ipv6-wan-ppp-slaac

The total number of IPv6 PPPoE SLAAC WAN hosts limit

ipv6-wan-overall

The total number of IPv6 WAN hosts limit

ipv6-overall

The total number of IPv6 hosts limit

lac-overall

The total number of L2TP LAC hosts limit

overall

The total number of subscriber hosts limit

Subscriber Session Limit Overrides and SLA Profile Instance Session Limit Overrides:

(only shown when overrides are active)

ipoe

The total number of IPoE sessions limit

ppoe-local

The total number of PPPoE local terminated sessions (PTA) limit

ppoe-lac

The total number of PPPoE L2TP LAC sessions limit

ppoe-overall

The total number of PPPoE sessions limit

l2tp-lns

The total number of L2TP LNS sessions limit

l2tp-lts

The total number of L2TP LTS sessions limit

l2tp-overall

The total number of L2TP sessions limit

overall

The total number of subscriber sessions limit

Number of lease states

The total number of lease states

lease-state

Syntax

lease-state all [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state [port port-id] inter-dest-id intermediate-destination-id [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state [port port-id] no-inter-dest-id [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state ip-address ip-address [/mask] [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state mac ieee-address [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state port port-id [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state sap sap-id [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state sdp sdp-id:vc-id [no-dhcp-release]

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>id>dhcp lease-state)

Full Context

clear service id dhcp lease-state

Description

This command removes the DHCPv4 lease state information from the system and sends a DHCP release message on behalf of the client to the DHCP server. A DHCP release is not sent when the remaining lease-time is less than 5 minutes or when the no-dhcp-release parameter is specified.

Parameters

all

Clears all lease state statistics.

port-id

Displays information about the specified port ID.

intermediate-destination-id

Displays information about the specified intermediate destination ID, up to 32 characters.

no-inter-dest-id

Displays the information about no intermediate destination ID.

ip-address[/mask]

The IP address of the IP interface. The ip-address portion of the address command specifies the IP host address that is used by the IP interface within the subnet. This address must be unique within the subnet and specified in dotted decimal notation. Allowed values are IP addresses in the range 1.0.0.0 – 223.255.255.255 (with support of /31 subnets).

Values

a.b.c.d.

mask: 1 to 32

ieee-address

Specifies the 48-bit MAC address for the static ARP in the form aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff or aa-bb-cc-dd-ee-ff where aa, bb, cc, dd, ee, and ff are hexadecimal numbers. Allowed values are any non-broadcast, non-multicast MAC and non-IEEE reserved MAC addresses.

Values

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

sap-id

Specifies the physical port identifier portion of the SAP definition.

sdp-id

The SDP ID to be cleared.

Values

1 to 17407

vc-id

The virtual circuit ID on the SDP ID to be cleared.

Values

1 to 4294967295

no-dhcp-release

Specifies that the node clears the state without sending the DHCP release message.

Platforms

All

lease-state

Syntax

lease-state all [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state ipv6-address ipv6-prefix[/prefix-length] [ no-dhcp-release]

lease-state mac ieee-address [no-dhcp-release]

lease-state sap sap-id [no-dhcp-release]

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>id>dhcp6 lease-state)

Full Context

clear service id dhcp6 lease-state

Description

This command removes the DHCPv6 lease state information from the system and sends a DHCP release message on behalf of the client to the DHCP server. A DHCP release is not sent when the remaining lease-time is less than 5 minutes or when the no-dhcp-release parameter is specified.

Parameters

all

Clears all lease-states.

no-dhcp-release

Specifies that the node clears the state without sending the DHCP release message.

ipv6-prefix[/prefix-length]

Clears routes only matching the specified IP address and length and only applies to the 7750 SR.

Values

ipv6

ipv6-prefix[/pref*:

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

prefix-length:

1 to 128

ieee-address

Clears DHCP6 MAC address lease state information. The 48-bit MAC address for the static ARP in the form aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff or aa-bb-cc-dd-ee-ff where aa, bb, cc, dd, ee, and ff are hexadecimal numbers. Allowed values are any non-broadcast, non-multicast MAC and non-IEEE reserved MAC addresses.

sap-id

Clears the specified lease state SAP information.

Platforms

All

leases

leases

Syntax

leases [detail]

leases ip-address[/mask] address-from-user-db [detail]

leases ip-address[/mask] dhcp-host dhcp-host-name [detail]

leases ip-address[/mask] ppp-host ppp-host-name [detail]

leases ip-address[/mask] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp>local-dhcp-server leases)

Full Context

show router dhcp local-dhcp-server leases

Description

This command displays the DHCP leases.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the base IP address of the subnet. This address must be unique within the subnet and specified in dotted decimal notation. Allowed values are IP addresses in the range 1.0.0.0 – 223.255.255.255 (with support of /31 subnets).

mask

The subnet mask in dotted decimal notation.

Values

0 to 32

address-from-user-db

Displays only leases that have IP addresses from the local-user-db.

dhcp-host-name

Shows the leases that match a certain DHCP host from the local-user-db.

ppp-host-name

Displays the leases that match a certain PPPoE host from the local-user-db.

detail

Displays detailed information of all leases that fall into the indicated subnet.

The command with no parameters shows all leases from the local-user-db.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of lease information

Output Example
*A:ALA-48>show>router>dhcp>local-dhcp-server# leases ip-address 10.0.0.4
===============================================================================
Leases for DHCP server test router Base
===============================================================================
IP Address      Lease State       Mac Address       Remaining Clnt  
  PPPoE user name/Opt82 Circuit Id                  LifeTime  Type  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No leases found
*A:ALA-48>show>router>dhcp>local-dhcp-server#

Leases Field Descriptions describes leases output fields.

Table 18. Leases Field Descriptions

Field

Description

IP Address

The IP address for the specified lease

Lease State

The lease state of the IP address

Mac Address

The MAC address of the lease

Remaining Lifetime

The remaining lifetime of the lease

Clnt Type

The address type

PPPoE user name

The PPPoE user name

Opt82

The option number that the DHCP server uses to send the identification strings to the PPPoE client

Circuit ID

The circuit ID from Option 82

leases

Syntax

leases [ipv6-address/prefix-length] [type] [state] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp6>local-dhcp-server leases)

Full Context

show router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server leases

Description

This command displays the DHCP6 leases.

Parameters

ipv6-address

Specifies the base IP address of the subnet. This address must be unique within the subnet and specified in dotted decimal notation. Allowed values are IP addresses in the range 1.0.0.0 – 223.255.255.255 (with support of /31 subnets).

mask

The subnet mask in dotted decimal notation.

Values

0 to 32

type

Displays the lease type.

Values

pd, wan-host

state

Displays the state of the lease.

Values

advertised, remove-pending, held

detail

Displays detailed information of all leases that fall into the indicated subnet.

The command with no parameters shows all leases from the local user database.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of lease information.

Output Example
show router 600 dhcp6 local-dhcp-server "d6" leases
===============================================================================
Leases for DHCPv6 server d6
===============================================================================
IP Address/Prefix                          Lease State       Remaining   Fail
  Link-local Address                                         LifeTime    Ctrl
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2001:AAAA::1/128
  FE80::220:FCFF:FE1E:CD52                 stable            23h58m52s   local
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 leases found
===============================================================================

DHCP6 Lease Field Descriptions describes DHCP6 lease fields.

Table 19. DHCP6 Lease Field Descriptions

Field

Description

IP Address/Prefix

The IP address and prefix of the lease

Link-local Address

The link local address of the lease

Lease State

The lease state of the lease

Remaining Lifetime

The remaining lifetime of the lease

Fail Ctrl

The type of failover control

No. leases found

The total number of leases

leases

Syntax

leases ip-address[/mask] [state]

leases all [state]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp>server leases)

Full Context

clear router dhcp local-dhcp-server leases

Description

This command clears DHCP leases.

Parameters

ip-address[/mask]

Clears the specified IP address and mask.

state

Clears the state of the lease to be removed.

Values

offered, stable, force-renew-pending, remove-pending, held, internal, internal-orphan, internal-held, sticky

Platforms

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

leases

Syntax

leases [ipv6-address/prefix-length] [type] [state]

leases all [type] [state]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp6>server leases)

Full Context

clear router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server leases

Description

This command removes the specified leases in the specified local DHCPv6 server.

Parameters

ipv6-address/prefix-length

Specifies the prefix of the leases to be removed.

type

Specifies the type of the lease to be removed.

Values

pd, slaac, wan-host

state

Specifies the state of the lease to be removed.

Values

advertised, remove-pending, held, internal, internal-orphan, internal-offered

all

Removes all leases of specified type or state.

Platforms

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

lfa-coverage

lfa-coverage

Syntax

lfa-coverage

Context

[Tree] (show>router>isis lfa-coverage)

Full Context

show router isis lfa-coverage

Description

This command displays IS-IS LFA coverage information. This information corresponds to the backup next hops for prefixes and nodes written in RTM by the base LFA feature.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of LFA coverage information.

Output Example
*A:SR# show router isis lfa-coverage 
============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 LFA Coverage
============================================================================
Topology     Level    Node    IPv4 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPV4 Unicast  L1    4/4(100%) 826/826(100%) 
IPV4 Unicast  L2    2/2(100%) 826/826(100%) 
IPV6 Unicast  L1    3/3(100%) 0/0(0%) 
IPV6 Unicast  L2    0/0(0%)   0/0(0%) 
============================================================================
*A:SR#

*A:SRR>config>router>isis# show router isis lfa-coverage 
===============================================================================
LFA Coverage
===============================================================================
Topology         Level   Node           IPv4                IPv6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPV4 Unicast     L1      3/4(75%)       1484/1975(75%)      0/0(0%)
IPV4 Unicast     L2      3/3(100%)      1484/1975(75%)      0/0(0%)
===============================================================================
*A:SRR>config>router>isis#

lfa-coverage

Syntax

lfa-coverage

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ospf3 lfa-coverage)

[Tree] (show>router>ospf lfa-coverage)

Full Context

show router ospf3 lfa-coverage

show router ospf lfa-coverage

Description

This command displays OSPFv2 or OSPFv3 Loop-Free Alternate (LFA) next-hop information. This information corresponds to the backup next hops for prefixes and nodes written in RTM by the base LFA feature.

Platforms

All

Output

Output Example
*A:Dut-A# show router ospf 1 lfa-coverage
=======================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv2 Instance 1 LFA Coverage
=======================================================================
Area                     Node                     Prefix
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
0.0.0.0                  4/4(100%)                8/8(100%)
=======================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 
*A:Dut-C>config>router>ospf3# show router ospf3 0 lfa-coverage    
===========================================================================
Rtr Base OSPFv3 Instance 0 LFA Coverage  
===========================================================================
Area                     Node                     Prefix
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
0.0.0.1                  1/3(33%)                 9/27(33%)
=========================================================================== 

li

li

Syntax

li

Context

[Tree] (show li)

Full Context

show li

Description

This command displays Lawful Intercept (LI) information.

Platforms

All

li

Syntax

li

Context

[Tree] (clear li)

Full Context

clear li

Description

This command clears Lawful Intercept (LI) information.

Platforms

All

li-ip

li-ip

Syntax

li-ip [li-filter-name]

li-ip li-filter-name {counters | associations}

li-ip li-filter-name entry entry-id [counters]

Context

[Tree] (show>li>filter li-ip)

Full Context

show li filter li-ip

Description

This command displays LI mirror IPv4 address filter configuration and operation information.

Parameters

li-filter-name

Specifies the LI filter name, up to 32 characters.

entry-id

Specifies the LI filter entry.

Values

1 to 65535

counters

Specifies LI filter counter information.

associations

Specifies LI filter association information.

Platforms

All

li-ip

Syntax

li-ip li-filter-name [entry entry-id] [{ ingress | egress}]

Context

[Tree] (clear>li>filter li-ip)

Full Context

clear li filter li-ip

Description

This command clears LI mirror IPv4 address filter configuration and operation information.

Parameters

li-filter-name

Clears the LI filter name, up to 32 characters.

entry-id

Clears the LI filter entry.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

All

li-ipv6

li-ipv6

Syntax

li-ipv6 [li-filter-name]

li-ipv6 li-filter-name {counters | associations}

li-ipv6 li-filter-name entry entry-id [counters]

Context

[Tree] (show>li>filter li-ipv6)

Full Context

show li filter li-ipv6

Description

This command displays LI mirror IPv6 address filter configuration and operation information.

Parameters

li-filter-name

Specifies the LI filter name, up to 32 characters.

entry-id

Specifies the LI filter entry.

Values

1 to 65535

counters

Specifies LI filter counter information.

associations

Specifies LI filter association information.

Platforms

All

li-ipv6

Syntax

li-ipv6 li-filter-name [entry entry-id] [{ ingress | egress}]

Context

[Tree] (clear>li>filter li-ipv6)

Full Context

clear li filter li-ipv6

Description

This command clears LI mirror IPv6 address filter configuration and operation information.

Parameters

li-filter-name

Clears the LI filter name, up to 32 characters.

entry-id

Clears the LI filter entry.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

All

li-mac

li-mac

Syntax

li-mac [li-filter-name]

li-mac li-filter-name {counters | associations}

li-mac li-filter-name entry entry-id [counters]

Context

[Tree] (show>li>filter li-mac)

Full Context

show li filter li-mac

Description

This command displays LI mirror MAC address filter configuration and operation information.

Parameters

li-filter-name

Specifies the LI filter name, up to 32 characters.

entry-id

Specifies the LI filter entry.

Values

1 to 65535

counters

Specifies LI filter counter information.

associations

Specifies LI filter association information.

Platforms

All

li-mac

Syntax

li-mac li-filter-name [entry entry-id] [{ ingress | egress}]

Context

[Tree] (clear>li>filter li-mac)

Full Context

clear li filter li-mac

Description

This command clears LI mirror MAC address filter configuration and operation information.

Parameters

li-filter-name

Clears the LI filter name, up to 32 characters.

entry-id

Clears the LI filter entry.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

All

li-source

li-source

Syntax

li-source service-id [acct-session-id session-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>li li-source)

Full Context

show li li-source

Description

This command displays LI mirror configuration and operation information.

Parameters

service-id

Specifies the service ID.

Values

1 to 2147483647

session-id

Specifies the session ID, up to 22 characters.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of LI source information.

Output Example
*A:sim138# show li li-source 2 
===============================================================================
Mirror Service
===============================================================================
Service Id       : 2                    Type          : Ether                  
Admin State      : Up                   Oper State    : Up                     
Forwarding Class : be                   Remote Sources: No                     
Slice            : 0                                                           
Destination SDP  : 1000 (100.1.1.2)     Egress Label  : 4000                   
Signaling:       : None                                                        
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local Sources
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State      : Up                                                          
 
 - IP Filter       1          Entry 1         
===============================================================================
*A:sim138# 

license

license

Syntax

license available-licenses

Context

[Tree] (show>system license)

Full Context

show system license

Description

Displays information related to the active license(s) within the system. This includes the license name, target UUID, target product, target SR OS release, and the start, end, and issue date of the license.

If the available-licenses attribute is included, then the information for each active license shall be displayed. The usual case for more than one license in a system is during an upgrade procedures when there needs to be both the originating and destination release licenses available in the system.

Parameters

available-licenses

Includes information for all licenses active in the system.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of license information.

Output Example
*A:ExitLeaf-35# show system license 
===============================================================================
Current License
===============================================================================
License status : monitoring, valid license record
Time remaining : 131 days 9 hours
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
License name   : sr-regress@list.nokia.com
License uuid   : ab516e50-2413-44aa-9f7c-34b4e5b64d19
Machine uuid   : ab516e50-2413-44aa-9f7c-34b4e5b64d19
License desc   : 7xxx Platform
License prod   : 7xxx Platform
License sros   : TiMOS-[BC]-16.0.*
Current date   : FRI NOV 03 15:53:54 UTC 2017
Issue   date   : FRI SEP 22 20:55:14 UTC 2017
Start   date   : FRI SEP 15 00:00:00 UTC 2017
End     date   : THU MAR 15 00:00:00 UTC 2018
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                    Entitlement
IOM Upgrades   : !cr-er                                                       1
               : !er-he                                                       1
               : !cr400g-cr1200g+                                             1
               : !er400g-er1200g+                                             1
               : !he400g-he1200g+                                             1
               : !cr-er1200g+                                                 1
               : !er-he1200g+                                                 1
MDA Upgrades   :  cr1200g-cr1600g                                             1
               :  cr1600g-cr2400g                                             1
               :  er1200g-er1600g                                             1
               :  er1600g-er2400g                                             1
               :  he1200g-he1600g                                             1
               :  he1600g-he2400g                                             1
               :  cr1200g-er1200g                                             1
               :  er1200g-he1200g                                             1
               :  cr1600g-er1600g                                             1
               :  er1600g-he1600g                                             1
               :  cr2400g-er2400g                                             1
               :  er2400g-he2400g                                             1
               : !any2400g-2400g+                                             1
               : !cr3600g-cr4800g                                             1
               : !er3600g-er4800g                                             1
               : !he3600g-he4800g                                             1
               : !cr3600g-er3600g                                             1
               : !er3600g-he3600g                                             1
               : !cr4800g-er4800g                                             1
               : !er4800g-he4800g                                             1
               : !any3600g-3600gdd                                            1
               : !any4800g-4800g+                                             1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  ! - indicates license not applicable to system

license-statistics

license-statistics

Syntax

license-statistics

Context

[Tree] (show>system license-statistics)

Full Context

show system license-statistics

Description

Commands in this context display application license statistics.

Platforms

VSR

licensing

licensing

Syntax

licensing port-id

licensing audit [monitored]

licensing entitlements

Context

[Tree] (show licensing)

Full Context

show licensing

Description

This command displays information related to the active application licenses on the system. The licenses are either monitored RTUs or entitlement ASLs, both of which cover features and scale in use in the SR OS system.

For monitored RTUs, there is a legal requirement to purchase the RTU parts to cover the administrative enabling of the related features and scale; however, the SR OS does not block the activation or scale of the feature.

For entitlement ASLs, feature activation on the SR OS system requires the installation of the ASL via the license-file mechanism before the related feature can be enabled. See the 7750 SR and 7950 XRS Pay-as-You-Grow Licensing Reference Guide for more information.

When the audit keyword is used, the display shows all the monitored RTUs and entitlement ASLs of the node. Using the optional monitored keyword together with audit restricts the display to only the monitored RTUs.

When the entitlements keyword is used, the display shows all the entitlements in the active licenses in the system, the type of license, the quantity of POOL licenses, and the number of each that is in use or available for use.

Parameters

audit

Specifies that the state of all features covered by licenses is displayed.

monitored

Specifies that only the monitored RTUs are included in the audit display.

entitlements

Specifies that the number of instances allowed by the active license is displayed.

port-id

Specifies the port identifier in the format slot[/mda[/connector[/port]]].

slot

1 to 10

mda

1 to 2

connector

c1 to c36

port

1 to 10

Platforms

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

Output

The following outputs are examples of the show licensing command output and the corresponding tables describe the output fields:

Output Example: show licensing
# show licensing 2/1 
===============================================================================
Connector           MAC  Licensed  Restrictions
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2/1/c1              1    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c2              1    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c3              1    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c4              2    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c5              2    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c6              2    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c7              3    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c8              3    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c9              3    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c10             4    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c11             4    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c12             4    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c13             5    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c14             5    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c15             5    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c16             6    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c17             6    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c18             6    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c19             7    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c20             7    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c21             7    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c22             8    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c23             8    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c24             8    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c25             9    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c26             9    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c27             9    Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c28             10   Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c29             10   Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c30             10   Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c31             11   Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c32             11   Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
2/1/c33             11   Yes       400 Gbps per MAC Chip
Output Fields

Output Fields: Show Licensing describes the output fields for the show licensing command.

Table 20. Output Fields: Show Licensing

Label

Description

Connector

The identity of connector for the license limits.

MAC

The index of the MAC on the card or MDA to which the connector is attached.

Licensed

Whether or not the connector is licensed.

Yes — the connector is included in the licensed level of the card or MDA and may be configured for a breakout. Other rules may apply as described in the restrictions field.

No — this connector is not included in the licensed level of the card or MDA and it cannot be configured for breakout.

Restrictions

Additional license rules that may apply to the use of the connector, for example, bandwidth limits to the set of connectors on the same MAC.

Output Example: show licensing audit
# show licensing audit
=======================================================================
                                   Current     Current     Previous
License                            Allocated   Max         24 Hr Max
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
IOM Upgrades
  cr-er400g+                                 0           0           0
  cr-er800g+                                 0           0           0
  er-he400g+                                 0           0           0
  er-he800g+                                 0           0           0
  cr-er1200g+                                0           0           0
  er-he1200g+                                0           0           0
  cr400g-cr800g+                             0           0           0
  er400g-er800g+                             0           0           0
  he400g-he800g+                             0           0           0
  cr400g-cr1200g+                            0           0           0
  cr800g-cr1200g+                            0           0           0
  er400g-er1200g+                            0           0           0
  er800g-er1200g+                            0           0           0
  he400g-he1200g+                            0           0           0
  he800g-he1200g+                            0           0           0
Port Licenses
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 1GE                       6           6           6
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 10GE                     12          12          12
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 25GE                      0           0           0
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 40GE                      0           0           0
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 50GE                      0           0           0
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 100GE                     4           4           4
  7x50 SR/XRS Port 400GE                     0           0           0
=======================================================================
Last 24 Hr Interval Ended: 09/24/2020 18:14:03
Output Fields

Output Fields: Show Licensing Audit describes the output fields for the show licensing audit command.

Table 21. Output Fields: Show Licensing Audit

Label

Description

License

The name of the entitlement ASL or the monitored RTU, grouped by category

Current Allocated

The number of instances of the license that are currently in use

Current Max

The maximum number of instances of the license that were recorded as in use within the current 24-hour monitoring period

Previous 24 Hr Max

The maximum number of instances of the license that were recorded in the previous full 24-hour monitoring period; shows as "n/a" if it has been less than 24 hours since startup

Last 24 Hr Interval Ended

Indicates the end time of the last 24-hour monitoring period; not displayed if it is less than 24 hours since startup

Output Example: show licensing entitlements
# show licensing entitlements
========================================================================
License                              Available      In-Use       State
------------------------------------------------------------------------
MDA Upgrades
  cr1200g-cr1600g                            1           0        VALID
  cr1200g-er1200g                            2           0        VALID
  cr1600g-cr2400g                            1           0        VALID
  cr1600g-er1600g                            0           2        VALID
  cr2400g-er2400g                            1           0        VALID
  er1200g-er1600g                            1           0        VALID
  er1200g-he1200g                            1           0        VALID
  er1600g-er2400g                            4           0        VALID
  er1600g-he1600g                            1           0        VALID
  er2400g-he2400g                            1           0        VALID
  he1200g-he1600g                            1           0        VALID
  he1600g-he2400g                            1           0        VALID
========================================================================
*
Output Fields

Output Fields: Show Licensing entitlement describes the output fields for the show licensing entitlement command.

Table 22. Output Fields: Show Licensing entitlement

Label

Description

License

The description of the license

Available

The number of instances that are not currently being used.

"License err" if in use is greater than the number of the allowed entitlements.

In-Use

The number of instances that are currently being used.

State

Indicates the state of the license as:

  • VALID — license can be used in the node.

  • VIOLATION — license is in use but not covered by the currently activated license key file.

link

link

Syntax

link

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes>bgp-ls link)

Full Context

show router bgp routes bgp-ls link

Description

This command displays BGP-LS NLRIs for link types.

Platforms

All

link-check

link-check

Syntax

link-check

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>chassis link-check)

Full Context

tools perform chassis link-check

Description

This command checks the connection between an XCM and XMA cards on a SR-2/7/14s chassis. The function checks the connection between all XCM and XMA cards present in the system and outputs one of the following for each XMA:

  • OK — the connection is good and no action is required

  • NOK — the connection is suspect, re-seat the XMA to determine if this corrects the issue. If this issue persists, contact Nokia support.

Platforms

7750 SR-1s, 7750 SR-2s, 7750 SR-2se, 7750 SR-7s, 7750 SR-14s

link-group-member-status

link-group-member-status

Syntax

link-group-member-status name [level level]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>isis link-group-member-status)

Full Context

show router isis link-group-member-status

Description

This command displays IS-IS link-group-member status.

Parameters

name

Up to 32 characters.

level

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

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of link group member status information.

Output Example
A:cses-V94# show router isis link-group-member-status
  - link-group-member-status <name> [level <level>]

 <name>               : [32 chars max]
 <level>              : 1|2


A:cses-V94# show router isis link-group-member-status "toDutB"

===============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 Link-Group Member
===============================================================================
Link-group            I/F name                Level      State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
toDutB                ip-10.10.12.3           L1         Up
toDutB                ip-10.10.3.3            L1         Up
toDutB                ip-10.10.12.3           L2         Up
toDutB                ip-10.10.3.3            L2         Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legend: BER = bitErrorRate
===============================================================================
A:cses-V94#

link-group-status

link-group-status

Syntax

link-group-status name [level level]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>isis link-group-status)

Full Context

show router isis link-group-status

Description

This command displays IS-IS link-group status.

Parameters

name

Specifies the link-group name.

level

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

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of link group status.

Output Example
A:cses-V94# show router isis link-group-status

===============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 Link-Group Status
===============================================================================
Link-group              Mbrs   Oper   Revert Active Level   State
                               Mbr     Mbr    Mbr
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
toDutB                  2      2      2      2      L1      normal
toDutB                  2      2      2      2      L2      normal
toDutE                  2      2      2      2      L1      normal
toDutE                  2      2      2      2      L2      normal
===============================================================================
A:cses-V94#

link-map-profile

link-map-profile

Syntax

link-map-profile link-map-profile

Context

[Tree] (show lag link-map-profile)

Full Context

show lag link-map-profile

Description

This command displays LAG link map profile information.

Parameters

link-map-profile

Displays information about a specified LAG link map profile.

Values

1 to 32 (VSR)

1 to 64 (all other platforms)

Platforms

All

link-measurement

link-measurement

Syntax

link-measurement

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam link-measurement)

Full Context

show test-oam link-measurement

Description

Commands in this context display link measurement template information.

Platforms

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

lldp

lldp

Syntax

lldp

lldp neighbor

Context

[Tree] (show>system lldp)

Full Context

show system lldp

Description

This command displays local Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) information at the system level. This includes an option to display summary information for all known peers.

Parameters

neighbor

Displays all LLDP neighbor information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of local LLDP information.

Output Example: show system lldp
show system lldp
===============================================================================
LLDP Configuration
===============================================================================
Transmit Interval      : 30
Hold Multiplier        : 4
Reinit Delay           : 2
Notification Interval  : 5
Tx Credit Max          : 5
Message Fast Tx        : 1
Message Fast Tx Init   : 4
Admin Enabled          : True

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LLDP System Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chassis Id Subtype     : 4
Chassis Id             : d8:1f:ff:00:00:00
System Name            : cses-V31
System Description     : TiMOS-B-0.0.I4269 both/i386 Nokia 7750 SR Copyright
                         (c) 2000-2016 Nokia.
                         All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable
                         license agreements.
                         Built on Wed Dec 3 19:14:27 PST 2014 by builder in /
                         rel0.0/I4269/panos/main
Capabilities Supported : bridge router
Capabilities Enabled   : bridge router

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LLDP Destination Addresses
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Index 1                : 01:80:c2:00:00:0e
Index 2                : 01:80:c2:00:00:03
Index 3                : 01:80:c2:00:00:00

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LLDP Remote Statistics
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Last Change Time       : 12/08/2014 21:34:48
Rem Table Inserts      : 10
Rem Table Deletes      : 1
Rem Table Drops        : 0
Rem Table Ageouts      : 3

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LLDP System Management Addresses
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Address SubType        : 1 (IPv4)
Address                : 10.1.1.31
Address If SubType     : 2
Address If Id          : 1
Address OID            : .1.3.6.1.4.1.6527.1.3.3
Address SubType        : 2 (IPv6)
Address                : 2001:db8:dead:beef::31
Address If SubType     : 2              
Address If Id          : 1
Address OID            : .1.3.6.1.4.1.6527.1.3.3

=============================================================================== 

show system lldp neighbor

Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) System Information
===============================================================================
NB = nearest-bridge   NTPMR = nearest-non-tpmr   NC = nearest-customer
===============================================================================
Lcl Port  Scope  Remote Chassis ID   Index  Remote Port     Remote System Name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/4     NB     D8:1D:FF:00:00:00   1      1/1/5           cses-v29
1/1/6     NB     D8:1D:FF:00:00:00   2      1/1/7           cses-v29
1/2/2     NB     D8:1F:FF:00:00:00   3      1/1/1           cses-v31
1/2/1     NB     D8:1E:FF:00:00:00   4      1/1/1           cses-v30
1/2/3     NB     D8:20:FF:00:00:00   5      1/1/1           cses-v32
1/2/4     NB     D8:21:FF:00:00:00   6      1/1/1           cses-V33
=============================================================================== 
Number of neighbors : 6

lldp

Syntax

lldp [neighbor]

Context

[Tree] (show>system lldp)

Full Context

show system lldp

Description

This command displays neighbor information for all configured ports without having to specify each individual port ID.

Parameters

neighbor

Displays LLDP neighbor information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of LLDP neighbor information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show system lldp neighbor
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) System Information
==============================================================================
NB = nearest-bridge   NTMPR = nearest-non-tpmr   NC = nearest-customer
==============================================================================
Port      Scope  Chassis ID           Index    Port ID     System Name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/1     NB     16:2f:ff:00:00:00    1        35717120    Dut-A
2/1/2     NB     16:34:ff:00:00:00    1        35782656    Dut-D
2/1/1     NB     16:36:ff:00:00:00    2        35684352    Dut-E
1/1/2     NB     16:30:ff:00:00:00    2        35749888    Dut-B
1/1/3     NB     16:30:ff:00:00:00    3        35782656    Dut-B
2/1/3     NB     16:30:ff:00:00:00    3        35815424    Dut-B
==============================================================================
Number of neighbors : 6
*A:Dut-C#


A:GHR-API# show system lldp neighbor
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) System Information
==============================================================================
NB = nearest-bridge   NTMPR = nearest-non-tpmr   NC = nearest-customer
==============================================================================
Port      Scope  Chassis ID           Index    Port ID     System Name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/6     NTPMR  00:21:05:1b:bc:17    1        36044800    RXI-AMI
1/1/8     NTPMR  00:21:06:6d:bd:53    2        36110336    YOY-WOW
1/1/9     NTPMR  00:21:08:2b:ab:81    3        36143104    FRI-MON
==============================================================================
Number of neighbors : 3

lldp

Syntax

lldp [bridge-mac] [remote-info] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>port>ethernet lldp)

Full Context

show port ethernet lldp

Description

This command displays LLDP information.

Parameters

bridge-mac

Specifies a keyword to filter the output.

remote-info

Displays remote information on the bridge MAC.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

lmm

lmm

Syntax

lmm [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>oam-pm>session lmm)

Full Context

monitor oam-pm session lmm

Description

This command monitors the Ethernet Loss Measurement Message (LMM) statistics for the specified test's raw measurement interval.

Parameters

seconds

Specifies the time interval, in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

Default

10

repeat

Specifies the number of times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

Specifies that the raw statistics are displayed, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Specifies that the rate-per-second is displayed.

Default

delta

Platforms

All

lmm

Syntax

lmm

Context

[Tree] (show>oam-pm>stats>session lmm)

Full Context

show oam-pm statistics session lmm

Description

This command selects the session's Ethernet LMM test for the statistical display.

Platforms

All

lns-group

lns-group

Syntax

lns-group lns-group-id [associations]

lns-group lns-group-id statistics esa-vm vapp-id

lns-group [lns-group-id] esa-vm

lns-group lns-group-id mda mda-id statistics

lns-group [lns-group-id] mda

lns-group

Context

[Tree] (show>isa lns-group)

Full Context

show isa lns-group

Description

This command shows information such as the number of ESAs provisioned and in service, the LNS group operational status, and the number of L2TP sessions and ESA VM associated to the LNS group, as well as the detailed statistics of the ESA VM in relation to the LNS group.

Parameters

lns-group-id

Specifies the LNS group identifier.

Values

1 to 4

associations

Displays information associated with the LNS group in the ISA context.

statistics

Displays statistics information.

mda-id

Specifies the ESA and VM identifying an LNS group.

Values

mda-id:

slot/mda

slot

1 to 10

mda

1 to 2

vapp-id

Specifies the ESA and VM identifying an LNS group.

Values

vapp-id:

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 outputs are examples of the number of ESAs provisioned, the LNS group information status, and the statistics of the ESA VM in relation to the LNS group.

Output Example
*A:LNS# show isa lns-group esa-vm 
===============================================================================
ISA LNS group ESA-VM's
===============================================================================
Group ESA-VM   State        Sessions
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1/1      inService    15290
2     2/1      inService    15761
3     1/2      inService    14413
4     2/2      inService    14533
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of ESA-VM's: 4
===============================================================================
Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show isa lns-group 1 esa-vm 
===============================================================================
ISA LNS Group 1 ESA-VM's
===============================================================================
Group ESA-VM   State        Sessions
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1/1      inService    15290
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of ESA-VM's: 1
===============================================================================
Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show isa lns-group 1 esa-vm  1/1 statistics 
===============================================================================
ISA LNS Group 1 ESA-VM 1/1 statistics
===============================================================================
upstream PPP control forwarded to CPM                   : 49147
upstream PPP forwarded to PPPoX                         : 2176118
upstream LCP Echo Rep                                   : 2176113
downstream forwarded to L2TP                            : 62444564
downstream LCP Echo Req                                 : 2210467
===============================================================================

lns-group

Syntax

lns-group lns-group-id statistics esa-vm vapp-id

lns-group lns-group-id mda mda-id statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>isa lns-group)

Full Context

clear isa lns-group

Description

This command clears the statistics for the identified VM within the specified LNS group.

Parameters

lns-group-id

Specifies the LNS group identifier.

Values

1 to 4

statistics

Displays statistics information.

mda-id

Specifies the ESA and VM identifying an LNS group.

Values

mda-id:

slot/mda

slot

1 to 10

mda

1 to 2

vapp-id

Specifies the ESA and VM identifying an LNS group.

Values

vapp-id:

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

load-balance

load-balance

Syntax

load-balance lag-id lag-id [class {1 | 2 | 3}]

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>lag load-balance)

Full Context

tools perform lag load-balance

Description

Load balance specified LAG's links when per-link-hash weighted is deployed. Load balancing can be per specified class or on all classes if no class is specified.

Parameters

lag-id

Specifies the LAG ID.

Values

1 to 800

class

Specifies the class.

Values

1, 2, 3

Platforms

All

load-balance

Syntax

load-balance [service service-id]

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>app-assure>group load-balance)

Full Context

tools perform application-assurance group load-balance

Description

This command rebalances AA subscribers between ISAs within a group, in case imbalance occurs such as with the addition of new cards.

Parameters

service service-id

Specifies the service

Values

1 to 2147483648

Platforms

All

load-balancing-alg

load-balancing-alg

Syntax

load-balancing-alg [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>system load-balancing-alg)

Full Context

show system load-balancing-alg

Description

This command displays system load balancing settings.

Parameters

detail

Displays port settings.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of load balancing information.

Output Example
*A:bkvm15# show system load-balancing-alg 
===============================================================================
System-wide Load Balancing Algorithms
===============================================================================
L4 Load Balancing                      : exclude-L4
LSR Load Balancing                     : lbl-ip-l4-teid
System IP Load Balancing               : disabled
Multicast Enhanced Load Balancing      : disabled
Service ID LAG Hashing                 : disabled
===============================================================================
*A:bkvm15#

local-bfd-discrim

local-bfd-discrim

Syntax

local-bfd-discrim bfd-discriminator

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>lsp-bfd local-bfd-discrim)

Full Context

tools dump router lsp-bfd local-bfd-discrim

Description

This command displays information for the BFD-on-LSP session with a specified local discriminator.

Parameters

bfd-discriminator

Specifies the BFD discriminator.

Values

to 4294967295

Platforms

All

local-dhcp-db

local-dhcp-db

Syntax

local-user-db local-user-db-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>subscr-mgmt>local-user-db local-dhcp-db)

Full Context

tools perform subscriber-mgmt local-user-db local-dhcp-db

Description

This command enables tools to control the local user database.

Parameters

local-user-db-name

Specifies the name of a local user database.

Platforms

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

local-dhcp-server

local-dhcp-server

Syntax

local-dhcp-server server-name

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp6 local-dhcp-server)

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp local-dhcp-server)

Full Context

show router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server

show router dhcp local-dhcp-server

Description

This command displays local DHCP or DHCP6 server information.

Parameters

server-name

Specifies information about the local DHCP server.

Platforms

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

local-dhcp-server

Syntax

local-dhcp-server server-name

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp local-dhcp-server)

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp6 local-dhcp-server)

Full Context

clear router dhcp local-dhcp-server

clear router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server

Description

This command clears DHCP server data.

Parameters

server-name

Clears data for the specified local DHCP server.

Platforms

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

local-dhcp-server

Syntax

local-dhcp-server server-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>dhcp local-dhcp-server)

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>dhcp6 local-dhcp-server)

Full Context

tools perform router dhcp local-dhcp-server

tools perform router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server

Description

This command enables tools to control the local DHCP server.

Parameters

server-name

Specifies the name of the local DHCP server.

Platforms

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

local-forward

local-forward

Syntax

local-forward [local-forward-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>system>satellite local-forward)

Full Context

show system satellite local-forward

Description

This command displays satellite local forward services information.

Parameters

local-forward-id

Specifies the local forward ID.

Values

1 to 10240

Platforms

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

local-forward

Syntax

local-forward

Context

[Tree] (show>system>satellite>eth-sat local-forward)

Full Context

show system satellite eth-sat local-forward

Description

This command displays information for Ethernet satellite local forward services.

Platforms

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

local-sid

local-sid

Syntax

local-sid [ipv6-address] [/prefix-length]] [locator locator-name] [longer] [end] [end-x] [end-dt4] [end-dt6] [end-dt46] [end-dx2] [context context] [end-dt2u] [ end-dt2m]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>srv6 local-sid)

Full Context

show router segment-routing-v6 local-sid

Description

This command displays SRv6 local-SID information.

Parameters

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

locator-name

Specifies the locator name, up to 64 characters.

longer

Displays the specified route and subsets of the route.

end

Displays the End SID function of a locator.

end-x

Displays the End.X SID function associated with a P2P interface.

end-dt4

Displays the End.DT4 function associated with the Base routing instance.

end-dt6

Displays the End.DT6 function associated with the Base routing instance.

end-dt46

Displays the End.DT46 function associated with the Base routing instance.

end-dx2

Displays the End.DX2 function associated with the SRv6 instance in the service.

context

Specifies the router context.

Values

vprn-svc-name | 'Base' | vprn-svc-id

end-dt2u

Displays the End.DT2U function associated with the SRv6 instance in the service.

end-dt2m

Displays the End.DT2M function associated with the SRv6 instance in the service.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of local SID information

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show router segment-routing-v6 local-sid  
 
=============================================================================== 
Segment Routing v6 Local SIDs 
=============================================================================== 
SID                                               Type           Function 
  Locator                                                         
  Context                                                         
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
2222:2:2:2:0:1::                                  End.DT2M       1 
  dutB_L1 
  SvcId: 1 Name: VPLS1 
2222:2:2:2:0:2::                                  End.DT2M       2 
  dutB_L1 
  SvcId: 2 Name: VPLS2 
2222:2:2:2:0:3::                                  End.DX2        3 
  dutB_L1 
  SvcId: 3 Name: EPIPE3 
2222:2:2:2:0:4::                                  End.DX2        4 
  dutB_L1 
  SvcId: 4 Name: EPIPE4 
2222:2:2:2:0:c351::                               End.DT2U       50001 
  dutB_L1 
  SvcId: 1 Name: VPLS1 
2222:2:2:2:0:c352::                               End.DT2U       50002 
  dutB_L1 
  SvcId: 2 Name: VPLS2 
2222:2:2:2:1:86a0::                               End            100000 
  dutB_L1 
  Base 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
SIDs : 7 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
=============================================================================== 

Local SID Field Descriptions describes local SID output fields.

Table 23. Local SID Field Descriptions

Field

Description

SID

The segment ID

Locator

The locator name

Context

The context of the SID

Type

The type of SRv6 behavior

Function

The function value

SIDs

The total number of SIDs

local-tx-pdu

local-tx-pdu

Syntax

local-tx-pdu [domain {md-index | md-admin-name}] [association {ma-index | ma-admin-name}] [mep mep-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>eth-cfm local-tx-pdu)

Full Context

show eth-cfm local-tx-pdu

Description

This command displays the transmission for ETH-CC, ETH-AIS, and ETH-CFM Grace (ETH-VSM or ETH-ED) using a character representation for each protocol per MEP. ETH-CC is expanded to include columns for RDI, Port Status TLV, and Interface Status TLV. The additional ETH-CC columns represent the actual transmitting value of the TLV, or "Absent” if not present in the ETH-CC PDU. These additional ETH-CC columns are represented with a series of dashes if the ETH-CC column under the TxPDU is a dash ("-”) or "c”.

The optional parameters are treated as independent and cumulative filters that are combined to refine the output. Rows in the output are populated for matches against all specified filters. Omitting all optional parameters produces output that includes all MEPs.

Parameters

md-index

Specifies the MD index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

md-admin-name

Specifies the MD name, up to 64 characters.

ma-index

Specifies the MA index.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-admin-name

Specifies the MD name, up to 64 characters.

mep-id

Specifies the local MEP ID.

Values

1 to 8191

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of local PDU transmission information, and Output fields: ETH-CFM local PDU transmission describes the output fields.

Output example
show eth-cfm local-tx-pdu
===============================================================================
Transmission PDU Type Legend:
C = CCM, c = CCM tx suppressed,  A = AIS, a = AIS pending,
G = ETH-VSM Grace, E = ETH-ED

===============================================================================
Eth-CFM Local Transmit PDU Information
===============================================================================
MdIndex    MaIndex    MepId SrcMacAddress     TxRdi PortTLV IfTLV  TxPdu
    md-admin-name
    ma-admin-name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10         11400115   2     00:00:00:00:00:28 False Absent  Absent C--
    10
    11400115

10         11600117   2     00:00:00:00:00:28 False Absent  Absent C--
    10
    11600117

12         1000       928   00:00:01:01:09:28 False Up      Up     C--
    12
    vpls-100-1

12         1000       1028  00:00:01:01:10:28 False Up      Up     C--
    12
    vpls-100-1

13         13         1001  b6:1c:01:01:00:04 ----- ------  ------ ---
    13
    13

13         13         1002  b6:1c:01:01:00:04 ----- ------  ------ ---
    13
    13
===============================================================================
 
Table 24. Output fields: ETH-CFM local PDU transmission

Label

Description

MdIndex

The local MEP domain index

MaIndex

The local MEP association index

MepId

The local MEP identifier

SrcMacAddress

The local MEP source MAC address

TxRdi

The RDI value

PortTLV

The Port Status TLV value

IfTLV

The Interface Status TLV value

TxPDU

The transmission, summarized in three single-character columns. The left column displays ETH-CC, the middle column displays ETH-AIS, and the right column displays ETH-CFM Grace (ETH-VSM or ETH-ED).

For ETH-AIS, "A” is displayed when a facility MEP has determined that the AIS state is active, regardless of interaction, linkages, or active transmission of associated MEPs.

md-admin-name

Displays the administrative MD name.

ma-admin-name

Displays the administrative MA name.

local-user-db

local-user-db

Syntax

local-user-db local-user-db-name association [dhcp] [ppp] [l2tp] [radius] [pppoe] [dhcp6] [capture-sap] [rtr-solicit] [wpp] [ipoe] [gtp]

local-user-db local-user-db-name ipoe-all-hosts

local-user-db local-user-db-name ipoe-host ipoe-host-name

local-user-db local-user-db-name ipoe-unmatched-hosts

local-user-db [local-user-db-name]

local-user-db local-user-db-name ppp-all-hosts

local-user-db local-user-db-name ppp-host pppoe-host-name

local-user-db local-user-db-name ppp-unmatched-hosts

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt local-user-db)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db

Description

This command displays local user database information.

Parameters

local-user-db-name

Specifies the name of a local user database up, to 32 characters.

association

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database.

dhcp

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for DHCP clients or server.

ppp

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for PPP sessions.

l2tp

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for L2TP sessions.

radius

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for RADIUS fallback.

pppoe

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for PPPoE sessions.

dhcp6

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for DHCPv6 clients.

capture-sap

Displays capture-saps associated with the specified local user database.

rt-solicit

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for rtr-solicit session.

wpp

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for WPP.

ipoe

Displays entities associated with the specified local user database for IPoE sessions.

gtp

Displays GTP APN policies associated with the specified local user database.

ipoe-all-hosts

Displays a summary overview of all IPoE hosts .

ipoe-host-name

Displays detailed information about the specified IPoE host.

ipoe-unmatched-hosts

Displays unmatched IPoE hosts and the reason why they cannot be matched in the specified local user database.

ppp-all-hosts

Displays a summary overview of all PPP hosts.

ppp-hosts

Displays detailed information about the specified PPP host.

ppp-unmatched-hosts

Displays unmatched PPP hosts and the reason why they cannot be matched in the specified local user database.

Platforms

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

Output

The following commands display local user database information and Local User Database Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db
===============================================================================
Local User Databases
===============================================================================
Name                             Admin Host   Description
                                 State Count
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ludb-1                           Up    5
ludb-2                           Up    2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Local User Databases : 2     Number of Hosts : 7
===============================================================================
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db "ludb-1"
===============================================================================
Local User Database "ludb-1"
===============================================================================
Description             : local user database 1
Admin State             : Up
Last Mgmt Change        : 02/22/2023 13:04:36
Host Count              : 5
Creation Origin         : manual
IPoE Match Types        : mac sap-id encap-tag-range
PPP Match Types         : userName sap-id encap-tag-range
===============================================================================
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db "ludb-1" association dhcp
No DHCP Server associations found.

===============================================================================
DHCP client interface associations for ludb-1
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                            Svc-Id     Type
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
group-int-5-1                             1000       IES
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Interface(s): 1
===============================================================================

===============================================================================
Capture SAP associations for ludb-1
===============================================================================
SAP                              Svc-Id     Type   PPPoE PPP IPoE DHCP DHCP6 RS
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/c1/1:2413.*                  10         VPLS   y         y    y    y
1/1/c1/1:2422.*                  10         VPLS             y    y    y
1/1/c1/4:2111.*                  10         VPLS   y         y    y    y
lag-1:2212.*                     10         VPLS   y         y    y    y
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of SAP(s): 4
===============================================================================
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db "ludb-1" ipoe-all-hosts
===============================================================================
Local User Database "ludb-1" IPoE hosts
===============================================================================
Name                             Admin     Matched objects
                                 State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
host-1                           Up        mac -      -
host-2                           Up        -   -      -
default                          Up        -   -      -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of IPoE Hosts : 3
===============================================================================
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db "ludb-1" ipoe-unmatched-hosts
===============================================================================
Local User Database "ludb-1" IPoE unmatched hosts
===============================================================================
Name                              Reason      Duplicate Host
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
host-2                            No match    N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of IPoE Unmatched Hosts : 1
===============================================================================
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db "ludb-1" ipoe-host "host-1"
===============================================================================
IPoE Host "host-1"
===============================================================================
Admin State          : Up
Last Mgmt Change     : 02/22/2023 12:54:12

Host Identification
 Circuit Id          : N/A
 Mac Address         : 00:00:00:00:00:01
 Remote Id           : N/A
 Sap Id              : N/A
 Service Id          : N/A
 String              : N/A
 Option 60           : N/A
 System Id           : N/A
 Encap Tag Range     : N/A
 Encap Tag Sep Range : N/A
 Derived Id          : N/A
 IP prefix           : N/A

Matched Objects      : mac

Address              : pool "ipv4-pool-1"
Auth Policy          : radius-auth-1
Acct Policy          : N/A
Dupl Acct Policy     : N/A
Auth Domain Name     : N/A
Diameter app policy  : (Not Specified)
Diameter auth policy : (Not Specified)
Rip Policy           : N/A
Router Advert Policy : N/A
IPv6 Address         : N/A
IPv6 Del Pfx         : N/A
IPv6 Slaac Pfx       : N/A
IPv6 Address Pool    : ipv6-iana-pool-1
IPv6 Del Pfx Pool    : ipv6-iapd-pool-1
IPv6 Slaac Pfx Pool  : ipv6-slaac-pool-1
IPv6 Del Pfx Length  : N/A

DHCPv6 lease times
 Renew timer         : > 9999 days
 Rebind timer        : > 9999 days
 Preferred lifetime  : 0d 00:00:00
 Valid lifetime      : 0d 00:00:00

DHCP Relay overrides for Subscriber Management
 Server Address      : N/A
 Server IPv6 address : N/A
 gi-address          : N/A
 link-address        : N/A

Identification Strings (option 254)
 Subscriber Id       : N/A
 SLA Profile String  : sla-profile-1
 SPI Sharing Group Id: N/A
 Sub Profile String  : sub-profile-1
 App Profile String  : N/A
 ANCP String         : N/A
 Inter Destination Id: N/A
 Category Map Name   : N/A

 Retailer Svc Id     : N/A
Service              : N/A
Interface            : N/A

MSAP defaults
 Policy              : msap-policy-1
 Service             : 1000
 Group Interface     : group-int-1-1
 Group Interface Pfx : none
 Group Interface Sfx : none

Filter Overrules
 Ing Ipv4 Fltr       : N/A
 Egr Ipv4 Fltr       : N/A
 Ing Ipv6 Fltr       : N/A
 Egr Ipv6 Fltr       : N/A
===============================================================================
show subscriber-mgmt local-user-db "ludb-1" ppp-host "user-1@best.net"
===============================================================================
PPP Host "user-1@best.net"
===============================================================================
Admin State          : Down
Last Mgmt Change     : 02/22/2023 13:03:21

Host Identification
 Mac Address         : N/A
 Circuit Id          : N/A
 Remote Id           : N/A
 Sap Id              : N/A
 Service Name        : N/A
 User Name           : user-1@best.net
 Encap Tag Range     : N/A
 Encap Tag Sep Range : N/A
 Derived Id          : N/A

Matched Objects      : userName

Address              : 10.1.1.1/24
Password Type        : N/A
PADO Delay           : 0msec
Pre Auth Policy      : N/A
Auth Policy          : radius-auth-1
Padi Auth Policy     : N/A
Diameter app policy  : (Not Specified)
Diameter auth policy : (Not Specified)
Acct Policy          : N/A
Dupl Acct Policy     : N/A
User DB              : N/A
Rip Policy           : N/A
Router Advert Policy : N/A
Retailer Svc Id      : 2000
Service              : N/A
Interface            : N/A
Force IPv6CP         : Disabled
IPv6 Address         : N/A
IPv6 Del Pfx         : N/A
IPv6 Slaac Pfx       : N/A
IPv6 Address Pool    : ipv6-iana-pool-1
IPv6 Del Pfx Pool    : N/A
IPv6 Slaac Pfx Pool  : N/A
IPv6 Del Pfx Length  : N/A
Ignore DF Bit        : Disabled

DHCPv6 lease times
 Renew timer         : > 9999 days
 Rebind timer        : > 9999 days
 Preferred lifetime  : 0d 00:00:00
 Valid lifetime      : 0d 00:00:00

Identification Strings (option 254)
 Subscriber Id       : N/A
 SLA Profile String  : sls-profile-1
 SPI Sharing Group Id: N/A
 Sub Profile String  : sub-profile-1
 App Profile String  : N/A
 ANCP String         : N/A
 Inter Destination Id: N/A
 Category Map Name   : N/A

L2TP
 Service             : N/A
 Tunnel Group        : N/A
 LAC Steering Profile: N/A

MSAP defaults
 Policy              : N/A
 Service             : N/A
 Group Interface     : N/A
 Group Interface Pfx : none
 Group Interface Sfx : none

Filter Overrules
 Ing Ipv4 Fltr       : N/A
 Egr Ipv4 Fltr       : N/A
 Ing Ipv6 Fltr       : N/A
 Egr Ipv6 Fltr       : N/A

Access loop info
 Circuit ID format   : none
 Circuit ID          : N/A
 Remote ID format    : none
 Remote ID           : N/A

PPP policy parameters
 Max sessions per mac: N/A
 Keepalive           :
  Interval           : 15
  Hold-up-multiplier : 2
===============================================================================
Table 25. Local User Database Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Name

The local user database name

Admin State

The administrative state of the local user database

Host Count

The number of hosts associated with the local user database

Description

The user-provided description of the local user database

Number of Local User Databases

The number of local user databases configured on the node

Number of Hosts

The number of hosts configured on the node

Last Mgmt Change

The sysUpTime at the time of the last modification

DHCP Match Types

The DHCP match type

DHCP CircId Mask Pfx

The DHCP circuit ID mask prefix

DHCP CircId Mask Sfx

The DHCP circuit ID mask suffix

PPPoE Match Types

The PPPoE match types; circuit-id, derived-id, dual-stack-remote-id, encap-tag-range, ip, mac, option60, remote-id, sap-id, service-id, string, system-id

PPPoE CircId Mask Pfx

The PPPoE circuit ID mask prefix

PPPoE CircId Mask Sfx

The PPPoE circuit ID mask suffix

Circuit Id

The circuit ID to match during host identification

Mac Address

The MAC address to matching during host identification

Remote Id

The remote ID from option 82 to match against

Sap Id

The SAP ID from the Nokia vendor specific sub-option in option 82 to match against

Service Id

The service ID to match during host identification

String

The string from the Nokia vendor specific sub-option in option 82 to match against

Option 60

The Vendor-Identifying Vendor Option to match against

System Id

The system ID from the Nokia vendor specific sub-option in option 82 to match against

Subscriber Id

The subscriber ID which is encoded in the identification strings

SLA Profile String

The SLA profile string which is encoded in the identification strings

Sub Profile String

The subscriber profile string which is encoded in the identification strings

App Profile String

The application profile string which is encoded in the identification strings

ANCP String

The ANCP string which is encoded in the identification strings

Inter Destination Id

The intermediate destination identifier which is encoded in the identification strings

Name

The unmatched host name

Reason

Indicates why this host is not matched

Duplicate Host

The name of the host that is already matched and that has the same values, configured for the objects that correspond with the match types, as this unmatched host

Server-Name

The service name of the unmatched host

Router-Name

The router name of the unmatched host

Interface-Name

The interface name of the unmatched host

Service-Id

The service ID that matches the host identification the Nokia vendor specific sub-option in option 82, or the service where the IPoE session is established

Interface-Name

The interface name associated with the local user database

Svc-Id

Svc-Id

The service ID associated with the local user database

Type

The service type

SAP

The capture SAP associated with the local user database

PPPoE

PPPoE associated with the capture SAP; Y or N

PPP

PPPoE associated with the capture SAP; Y or N

IpoE

IPoE associated with the capture SAP; Y or N

DHCP

DHCP associated with the capture SAP; Y or N

DHCP6

DHCP6 associated with the capture SAP; Y or N

RS

RS associated with the capture SAP; Y or N

No. of SAP(s)

The total number of SAPs

Keepalive

Interval

The LCP keepalive interval override value configured for this PPP host. N/A means no override is configured

Hold up multiplier

The LCP keepalive hold up multiplier override value configured for this PPP host. N/A means no override is configured

local-user-db

Syntax

local-user-db local-user-db-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>subscr-mgmt local-user-db)

Full Context

tools perform subscriber-mgmt local-user-db

Description

This command provides tools to control the local user database.

Parameters

local-user-db-name

Specifies the name of a local user database up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

locator

locator

Syntax

locator [mt {0 | 2}] [prefix ipv6-prefix[/prefix-length]] [adv-router system-id | hostname] [algo algo-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>isis>srv6 locator)

Full Context

show router isis segment-routing-v6 locator

Description

This command displays IS-IS SRv6 locators.

Parameters

ipv6-prefix[/prefix-length]

Displays routes only matching the specified ip-address and length.

Values

ipv6-prefix[/prefix]: 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

prefix-length: 1 to 128

system-id | hostname

Displays information for the specific IS-IS advertising router. The host name can be up to 38 characters.

algo-id

Displays information for the specified algorithm.

Values

0 to 255

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS, VSR

locator

Syntax

locator [locator-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>srv6 locator)

Full Context

show router segment-routing-v6 locator

Description

This command displays the SRv6 locator status.

Parameters

locator-name

Specifies the locator name, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS, VSR

lockout

lockout

Syntax

lockout aps-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>aps lockout)

Full Context

tools perform aps lockout

Description

This command locks out the protection circuit.

Parameters

aps-id

Specifies the APS ID.

Values

aps-id

aps-group-id

aps

keyword

group-id

1 to 128

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e

lockout

Syntax

lockout id tunnel-id

lockout lsp-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>mpls>tp-tunnel lockout)

Full Context

tools perform router mpls tp-tunnel lockout

Description

This command performs a lockout of protection for an MPLS-TP LSP. This prevents a switchover to the protect path.

Parameters

tunnel-id

Specifies the tunnel number of the MPLS-TP LSP.

Values

0 to 42949667295

lsp-name

Specifies the name of the MPLS-TP LSP, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

lockout

Syntax

lockout router router-id local-gateway-address local-gateway-address mda mda

lockout router router-id local-gateway-address local-gateway-address esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

lockout router router-id local-gateway-address local-gateway-address remote ip-address[:port]

lockout router router-id mda mda

Context

[Tree] (show>ipsec lockout)

Full Context

show ipsec lockout

Description

This command displays the lockout status for the specified IPsec clients. If remote address information is not specified, the system displays a list of clients that have been locked out on the specified ISA, along with the IPsec gateway if local-gateway-address is specified.

Parameters

router-id

Specifies the ID of the router where the IPsec gateway is configured.

local-gateway-address

Specifies the IP address of the local IPsec gateway.

mda

Specifies the MDA ID of the ISA.

ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the remote client.

port

Specifies the port of the remote client.

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 lockout information.

Output Example
show ipsec lockout router 300 local-gateway-address 172.16.100.1 remote
192.168.61.100:500 
===============================================================================
IPsec Lockout Client
===============================================================================
Lockout               : True
Router ID             : 300
Local Gateway Address : 172.16.100.1
Lockout Client Address: 192.168.61.100
Lockout Client Port   : 500
No. of Failed Attempts: 2
No. of Dropped Packets: 2
Remaining Block Time  : 289 seconds
===============================================================================

lockout

Syntax

lockout router router-id

lockout router router-id local-gateway-address local-gateway-address

lockout router router-id local-gateway-address local-gateway-address remote ip-address[:port]

Context

[Tree] (clear>ipsec lockout)

Full Context

clear ipsec lockout

Description

This command clears the lockout state for the specified clients. If remote address information is not specified, the system clears the lockout state for all clients within the specified routing instance, along with all clients within the specified IPsec gateway if local-gateway-address is specified.

Parameters

router-id

Specifies the ID of the router where the IPsec gateway is configured.

local-gateway-address

Specifies the IP address of the local IPsec gateway.

ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the remote client.

port

Specifies the port of the remote client.

Platforms

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

lockout-annexb

lockout-annexb

Syntax

lockout-annexb aps-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>aps lockout-annexb)

Full Context

tools perform aps lockout-annexb

Description

This command locks out the Annex B APS group.

Parameters

aps-id

Specifies the APS ID.

Values

aps-id

aps-group-id

aps

keyword

group-id

1 to 128

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-a, 7750 SR-e

log

log

Syntax

log

Context

[Tree] (show log)

Full Context

show log

Description

Commands in this context display event and accounting policy log information.

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id log)

Full Context

show service id log

Description

This command displays event and accounting policy log information.

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log

Context

[Tree] (show>li log)

Full Context

show li log

Description

This command displays LI event log information.

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log log-id

Context

[Tree] (clear>li log)

Full Context

clear li log

Description

This command clears LI event log information.

Parameters

log-id

Specifies the log ID.

Values

1 to 100

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log [bindings]

log log-id [match string]

Context

[Tree] (show>filter log)

Full Context

show filter log

Description

This command shows the contents of a memory-based or a file-based filter log.

If the optional keyword match and string parameter are given, the command displays the given filter log from the first occurrence of the given string.

Parameters

bindings

Displays the number of filter logs currently instantiated.

log-id

Specifies the filter log ID destination expressed as a decimal integer.

Values

101 to 199

string

Specifies to start displaying the filter log entries from the first occurrence of string.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of filter log entry information, and Filter Log Output Fields describes the fields. If log summary is active, the filter log mini-tables contain the information described in Filter Log Summary Mini-Table Fields.

Output Example
2007/04/13 16:23:09  Filter: 100:100  Desc: Entry-100                  
Interface: to-ser1  Action: Forward                                    
Src MAC: 04-5b-01-01-00-02  Dst MAC: 04-5d-01-01-00-02  EtherType: 0800
Src IP: 10.10.0.1:646  Dst IP: 10.10.0.4:49509  Flags:   TOS: c0       
Protocol: TCP  Flags: ACK                                              
                                                                       
2007/04/13 16:23:10  Filter: 100:100  Desc: Entry-100                  
Interface: to-ser1  Action: Forward                                    
Src MAC: 04-5b-01-01-00-02  Dst MAC: 04-5d-01-01-00-02  EtherType: 0800
Src IP: 10.10.0.1:646  Dst IP: 10.10.0.3:646  Flags:   TOS: c0         
Protocol: UDP                                                          

2007/04/13 16:23:12  Filter: 100:100  Desc: Entry-100                  
Interface: to-ser1  Action: Forward                                    
Src MAC: 04-5b-01-01-00-02  Dst MAC: 01-00-5e-00-00-05  EtherType: 0800
Src IP: 10.10.13.1  Dst IP: 224.0.0.5  Flags:   TOS: c0                
Protocol: 89                                                           
Hex: 02 01 00 30 0a 0a 00 01 00 00 00 00 ba 90 00 00                   
     00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ff ff ff 00 00 03 02 01                   

A:ALA-A>config# show filter log bindings
===============================================================================
Filter Log Bindings
===============================================================================
Total Log Instances (Allowed)          : 2046
Total Log Instances (In Use)           : 0
Total Log Bindings                     : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type  FilterId EntryId   Log    Instantiated
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Instances found
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A>config#

A summary log is printed only in case TotCnt is different from 0. Only the address types with at least 1 entry in the mini-table are printed.

A:ALA-A>config# show filter log 190
===============================================================================
Summary Log[190] Crit1: SrcAddr TotCnt:       723 ArpCnt:     83
 Mac          8  06-06-06-06-06-06
 Mac          8  06-06-06-06-06-05
 Mac          8  06-06-06-06-06-04
 Mac          8  06-06-06-06-06-03
 Mac          8  06-06-06-06-06-02
  Ip         16  10.6.6.1
  Ip         16  10.6.6.2
  Ip         16  10.6.6.3
  Ip         16  10.6.6.4
  Ip          8  10.6.6.5
Ipv6          8  3ffe:1616:1616:1616:1616:1616::
Ipv6          8  3ffe:1616:1616:1616:1616:1616:ffff:ffff
Ipv6          8  3ffe:1616:1616:1616:1616:1616:ffff:fffe
Ipv6          8  3ffe:1616:1616:1616:1616:1616:ffff:fffd
Ipv6          8  3ffe:1616:1616:1616:1616:1616:ffff:fffc 
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A

Log Message Formatting — Each filter log entry contains the following information in case summary log feature is not active (as appropriate).

Table 26. Filter Log Output Fields

Label

Description

yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss

The date and timestamp for the log filter entry where yyyy is the year, mm is the month, dd is the day, hh is the hour, mm is the minute and ss is the second

Filter

The filter ID and the entry ID which generated the filter log entry in the form Filter_ID:Entry_ID

Desc

The description of the filter entry ID which generated the filter log entry

Interface

The IP interface on which the filter ID and entry ID was associated which generated the filter log entry

Action

The action of the filter entry on the logged packet

Src MAC

The source MAC address of the logged packet

Dst MAC

The destination MAC of the logged packet

EtherType

The Ethernet type of the logged Ethernet type II packet

Src IP

The source IP address of the logged packet; the source port is displayed after the IP address as appropriate separated with a colon

Dst IP

The destination IP address of the logged packet; the source port is displayed after the IP address as appropriate separated with a colon

Flags

(IP flags)

M — the more fragments IP flag is set in the logged packet

DF — the do not fragment IP flag is set in the logged packet

TOS

The ToS byte value in the logged packet

Protocol

The IP protocol of the logged packet (TCP, UDP, ICMP or a protocol number in hex)

Flags

(TCP flags)

URG — Urgent bit set

ACK — Acknowledgment bit set

RST — Reset bit set

SYN — Synchronize bit set

FIN — Finish bit set

HEX

If an IP protocol does not have a supported decode, the first 32 bytes following the IP header are printed in a hex dump

Log entries for non-IP packets include the Ethernet frame information and a hex dump of the first 40 bytes of the frame after the Ethernet header

Total Log Instances (Allowed)

Specifies the maximum allowed instances of filter logs allowed on the system

Total Log Instances (In Use)

Specifies the instances of filter logs presently existing on the system

Total Log Bindings

Specifies the count of the filter log bindings presently existing on the system

Type

The type of service of the service ID

Filter ID

Uniquely identifies an IP filter as configured on the system

Entry ID

The identifier which uniquely identifies an entry in a filter table

Log

Specifies an entry in the filter log table

Instantiated

Specifies if the filter log for this filter entry has or has not been instantiated

If the packet being logged does not have a source or destination MAC address (that is, POS) then the MAC information output line is omitted from the log entry.

If log summary is active, the filter log mini-tables contain the information described in Filter Log Summary Mini-Table Fields.

Table 27. Filter Log Summary Mini-Table Fields

Label

Description

Summary Log LogID

Displays the log ID

Crit1

Summary criterion that is used as index into the mini-tables of the log

TotCnt

The total count of logs

ArpCnt

Displays the total number of ARP messages logged for this log ID

Src...

Dst...

The address type indication of the key in the mini-table

count

The number of messages logged with the specified source/destination address

address

The address for which count messages where received

log

Syntax

log log-id

Context

[Tree] (clear>filter log)

Full Context

clear filter log

Description

Clears the contents of a memory or file based filter log.

This command has no effect on a syslog based filter log.

Parameters

log-id

Specifies the filter log ID as a decimal integer.

Values

101 to 199

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log log-id

Context

[Tree] (clear log)

Full Context

clear log

Description

The clear log log-id command has been deprecated and replaced by the clear log log-id log-id command. The clear log log-id command continues to be supported, but it is recommended to use the clear log log-id log-id command instead.

Parameters

log-id

Specifies the event log ID to be initialized or rolled over.

Values

1 to 100

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump log)

Full Context

tools dump log

Description

Commands in this context dump log information.

Platforms

All

log

Syntax

log

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform log)

Full Context

tools perform log

Description

This command enables tools for event logging.

Platforms

All

log-collector

log-collector

Syntax

log-collector

Context

[Tree] (show>log log-collector)

Full Context

show log log-collector

Description

This command shows log collector statistics for the main, security, change and debug log collectors.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of log collector information.

Show Log-Collector Output Fields describes log-collector output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-1# show log log-collector
===============================================================================
Log Collectors
===============================================================================
Main                Logged   : 1224                    Dropped  : 0
  Dest Log Id: 99    Filter Id: 0      Status: enabled    Dest Type: memory
  Dest Log Id: 100   Filter Id: 1001   Status: enabled    Dest Type: memory

Security            Logged   : 3                       Dropped  : 0

Change              Logged   : 3896                    Dropped  : 0

Debug               Logged   : 0                       Dropped  : 0

===============================================================================
A:ALA-1# 
Table 28. Show Log-Collector Output Fields

Label

Description

<Collector Name>

Main — The main event stream contains the events that are not explicitly directed to any other event stream.

Security — The security stream contains all events that affect attempts to breach system security such as failed login attempts, attempts to access MIB tables to which the user is not granted access or attempts to enter a branch of the CLI to which access has not been granted.

Change — The change event stream contains all events that directly affect the configuration or operation of this node.

Debug — The debug-trace stream contains all messages in the debug stream.

Dest. Log ID

Specifies the event log stream destination.

Filter ID

The value is the index to the entry which defines the filter to be applied to this log's source event stream to limit the events output to this log's destination. If the value is 0, then all events in the source log are forwarded to the destination.

Status

Enabled — Logging is enabled.

Disabled — Logging is disabled.

Dest. Type

Console — A log created with the console type destination displays events to the physical console device.

Events are displayed to the console screen whether a user is logged in to the console or not.

Session — A user logged in to the console device or connected to the CLI via a remote telnet or SSH session can also create a log with a destination type of 'session'. Events are displayed to the session device until the user logs off.

Syslog — Log events are sent to a syslog receiver.

SNMP traps — Events defined as SNMP traps are sent to the configured SNMP trap destinations and are logged in NOTIFICATION-LOG-MIB tables.

File — All selected log events are directed to a file on one of the compact flash disks.

Memory — All selected log events are directed to an in-memory storage area.

log-events

log-events

Syntax

log-events repeating-events

Context

[Tree] (clear>log log-events)

Full Context

clear log log-events

Description

This command cancels all log events that are currently repeating. All repeating log events will stop repeating. See the repeat parameter of the configure log event-control.

Platforms

All

log-id

log-id

Syntax

log-id [log-id] [severity severity-level] [application application] [sequence from-seq [to-seq]] [ count count] [subject subject [regexp]] [ ascending | descending] [message format [msg-regexp]]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id>log log-id)

Full Context

show service id log log-id

Description

This command displays an event log summary with settings and statistics or the contents of a specific log file, SNMP log, or memory log.

If the command is specified with no command line options, a summary of the defined system logs is displayed. The summary includes log settings and statistics.

If the log ID of a memory, SNMP, or file event log is specified, the command displays the contents of the log. Additional command line options control what and how the contents are displayed.

Contents of logs with console, session or syslog destinations cannot be displayed. The actual events can only be viewed on the receiving syslog or console device.

Parameters

log-id

Displays the contents of the specified file log or memory log ID. The log ID must have a destination of an SNMP or file log or a memory log for this parameter to be used.

Values

1 to 100

Default

Displays the event log summary.

severity-level

Displays only events with the specified and higher severity.

Values

cleared, indeterminate, critical, major, minor, warning

Default

All severity levels.

application

Displays only events generated by the specified application.

Values

application_assurance, aps, atm, bfd, bgp, calltrace, ccag, cflowd, chassis, cpmhwfilter, cpmhwqueue, debug, dhcp, dhcps, diameter, dot1x, dynsvc, efm_oam, elmi, ering, eth_cfm, etun, filter, fpe, gsmp, gtungrp, igh, igmp, igmp_snooping, ip, ipfix, ipsec, ipsec_cpm, isis, l2tp, lag, ldap, ldp, li, lldp, logger, mcac, mcpath, mc_redundancy, mirror, mld, mld_snooping, mpls, mpls_tp, mrp, msdp, nat, ntp, oam, open_flow, ospf, pcep, pim, pim_snooping, port, ppp, pppoe, pppoe_clnt, ptp, pxc, python, qos, radius, rip, rip_ng, route_next_hop, route_policy, rpki, rsvp, security, sflow, snmp, stp, subscr_mgmt, sub_host_trk, svcmgr, system, tip, tls, user, user_db, video, vrrp, vrtr, wlan_gw, wpp

Default

All applications.

from-seq [to-seq]

Displays the log entry numbers from a particular entry sequence number (from-seq) to another sequence number (to-seq). The to-seq value must be larger than the from-seq value.

If the to-seq number is not provided, the log contents to the end of the log is displayed unless the count parameter is present in which case the number of entries displayed is limited by the count.

Values

1 to 4294967295

Default

All sequence numbers.

count

Limits the number of log entries displayed to the number specified.

Values

1 to 4294967295

Default

All log entries.

subject

Displays only log entries matching the specified text subject string, up to 32 characters. The subject is the object affected by the event, for example the port-id would be the subject for a link-up or link-down event.

regexp

Specifies to use a regular expression as parameters with the specified subject string.

ascending | descending

Specifies sort direction. Logs are normally shown from the newest entry to the oldest in descending sequence number order on the screen. When using the ascending parameter, the log is shown from the oldest to the newest entry.

Default

Descending.

format

Specifies a message string, up to 400 characters, to be used in the display criteria.

msg-regexp

Specifies to use a regular expression as parameters with the specified message string.

Platforms

All

Output

Show Log-ID Field Descriptions describes the log ID field output.

Table 29. Show Log-ID Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Log Id

An event log destination.

Source

no — The event log filter is not currently in use by a log ID.

yes — The event log filter is currently in use by a log ID.

Filter ID

The value is the index to the entry which defines the filter to be applied to this log's source event stream to limit the events output to this log's destination. If the value is 0, then all events in the source log are forwarded to the destination.

Admin State

Up — Indicates that the administrative state is up.

Down — Indicates that the administrative state is down.

Oper State

Up — Indicates that the operational state is up.

Down — Indicates that the operational state is down.

Logged

The number of events that have been sent to the log source(s) that were forwarded to the log destination.

Dropped

The number of events that have been sent to the log source(s) that were not forwarded to the log destination because they were filtered out by the log filter.

Dest. Type

Console — All selected log events are directed to the system console. If the console is not connected, then all entries are dropped.

Syslog — All selected log events are sent to the syslog address.

SNMP traps — Events defined as SNMP traps are sent to the configured SNMP trap destinations and are logged in NOTIFICATION-LOG-MIB tables.

File — All selected log events are directed to a file on one of the CPM's compact flash disks. (7750 SR and 7450 ESS only).

Memory — All selected log events are directed to an in-memory storage area.

Dest ID

The event log stream destination.

Size

The allocated memory size for the log.

Time format

The time format specifies the type of timestamp format for events sent to logs where log ID destination is either syslog or file.

When the time format is UTC, timestamps are written using the Coordinated Universal Time value.

When the time format is local, timestamps are written in the system's local time.

log-id

Syntax

log-id [log-id | log-name] [severity severity-level] [application application] [sequence from-seq [to-seq]] [ count count] [router router-instance [expression]] [subject subject [regexp]] [{ ascending | descending}] [message message [msg-regexp]]

Context

[Tree] (show>li>log log-id)

Full Context

show li log log-id

Description

This command displays information for specified log.

Parameters

log-id | log-name

Specifies the log ID or name.

Values

1 to 100

severity-level

Specifies the severity level.

Values

cleared, indeterminate, critical, major, minor, warning

application

Specifies the application name.

Values

application_assurance, aps, atm, auto_prov, bfd, bgp, bier, bmp, calltrace, ccag, cflowd, chassis, cpmhwfilter, cpmhwqueue, debug, dhcp, dhcps, diameter, dot1x, dynsvc, efm_oam, elmi, ering, eth_cfm, etun, filter, fpe, gsmp, gtp, gtungrp, icl, igh, igmp, igmp_snooping, ip, ipfix, ipsec, ipsec_cpm, isis, l2tp, lag, ldap, ldp, li, lldp, logger, macsec, mcac, mcpath, mc_redundancy, mgmt_core, mirror, mld, mld_snooping, mpls, mpls_tp, mpls_lmgr, mrp, msdp, nat, nge, ntp, oam, open_flow, ospf, pcap, pcep, pfcp, pim, pim_snooping, port, ppp, pppoe, pppoe_clnt, profile, ptp, pxc, python, qos, radius, rib_api, rip, rip_ng, route_next_hop, route_policy, rpki, rsvp, security, sflow, snmp, sr_policy, stp, subscr_mgmt, sub_host_trk, svcmgr, system, tip, tls, user, user_db, video, vrrp, vrtr, wlan_gw, wpp

from-seq [to-seq]

Specifies the sequence value.

Values

1 to 4294967295

count

Specifies the count.

Values

1 to 4294967295

router-instance

Specifies the router instance.

subject

Specifies a subject string to match.

regexp

Specifies to use a regular expression match.

ascending | descending

Specifies the sort direction.

message

Specifies the message, up to 400 characters.

msg-regexp

Specifies to use a message regular expression match.

Platforms

All

log-id

Syntax

log-id [log-id | log-name] [severity severity-level] [application application] [sequence from-seq [to-seq]] [ count count] [router router-instance [expression]] [subject subject [regexp]] [ascending | descending] [message message [msg-regexp]]

Context

[Tree] (show>log log-id)

Full Context

show log log-id

Description

This command displays an event log summary with settings and statistics or the contents of a specific log file, SNMP log, or memory log.

If the command is specified with no command line options, a summary of the defined system logs is displayed. The summary includes log settings and statistics.

If the log ID of a memory, SNMP, or file event log is specified, the command displays the contents of the log. Additional command line options control what and how the contents are displayed.

Contents of logs with console, session or syslog destinations cannot be displayed. The actual events can only be viewed on the receiving syslog or console device.

Parameters

log-id | log-name

Displays the contents of the specified file log or memory log ID. The log ID, or optional log name (up to 64 characters), must have a destination of an SNMP or file log or a memory log for this parameter to be used.

Default

Displays the event log summary

Values

1 to 101

severity-level

Displays only events with the specified and higher severity.

Default

All severity levels

Values

cleared, indeterminate, critical, major, minor, warning

application

Displays only events generated by the specified application.

Default

All applications

The following values are examples of applications:

Values

bgp, cflowd, chassis, dhcp, debug, filter, igmp, ip, isis, lag, ldp, lldp, logger, mirror, mpls, oam, ospf, pim, port, ppp, rip, route_policy, rsvp, security, snmp, stp, svcmgr, system, user, vrrp, vrtr, ospf_ng, ntp

expression

Specifies to use a regular expression as match criteria for the router instance string.

from-seq [to-seq]

Displays the log entry numbers from a particular entry sequence number (from-seq) to another sequence number (to-seq). The to-seq value must be larger than the from-seq value.

If the to-seq number is not provided, the log contents to the end of the log is displayed unless the count parameter is present in which case the number of entries displayed is limited by the count.

Default

All sequence numbers

Values

1 to 4294967295

count

Limits the number of log entries displayed to the number specified.

Default

All log entries

Values

1 to 4294967295

router-instance

Specifies a router name up to 32 characters in length to be used in the display criteria.

message

Specifies a message string up to 400 characters in length to be used in the display criteria.

msg-regexp

Specifies to use a regular expression as parameters with the specified message string.

subject

Displays only log entries matching the specified text subject string. The subject is the object affected by the event, for example the port-id would be the subject for a link-up or link-down event.

regexp

Specifies to use a regular expression as parameters with the specified subject string.

ascending | descending

Specifies sort direction. Logs are normally shown from the newest entry to the oldest in descending sequence number order on the screen. When using the ascending parameter, the log is shown from the oldest to the newest entry.

Default

Descending

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of log ID information.

Log-Id Output Field Descriptions describes the log ID field output.

Output Example
A:bkvm30# show log log-id
==============================================================================
Event Logs
==============================================================================
Log Source    Filter Admin Oper       Logged     Dropped Dest       Dest Size
Name/         Id     State State                         Type       Id
Id
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 
1   none      none   up    down            0           0 none             N/A
5 
5   D         none   up    up              0           0 cli             1024
15 
15  M         none   up    up             24           0 cli              512
20 
20  S         none   up    up             12           0 memory           256
21 
21  C         none   up    up            258           0 memory           256
22 
22  M S C     none   up    up            288           0 file       15    N/A
33 
33  M S C     none   up    down            0           0 none             N/A
34 
34  none      none   up    down            0           0 file       33    N/A
35 
35  M S       none   up    up             36           0 memory           100
55 
55  C         none   up    down            0           0 cli              500
77 
77  S         none   up    up              0           0 cli              100
82 
82  none      none   up    down            0           0 none             N/A
99 
99  M         none   up    up            122           0 memory           500
100 
100 M         1001   up    up             10         112 memory           500
==============================================================================
Output Example: Memory or File Event Log Contents
A:admin@Dut-A# show log log-id log-id 10 
=============================================================================== 
Event Log 10 
=============================================================================== 
Description : (Not Specified) 
Memory Log contents  [size=100   next event=13  (not wrapped)] 
12 2018/02/20 10:12:00.429 UTC MINOR: DEBUG #2001 Base GRPC 
"GRPC: RPC-2: gNMI.Subscribe 
 Client URI: ipv4:192.99.5.0:49648 
 Username: admin 
Received message of type gnmi.SubscribeRequest: 
 .request = subscribe: 
  .encoding: 0 = JSON 
  .mode: 0 = STREAM 
  .prefix: / 
  .subscription (1): 
   .path: /state/router[router-instance=*]/interface[interface-name=*]/ipv4/oper-state 
   .mode: 1 = ON_CHANGE 
   .sample_interval: 10000000000 
" 
11 2018/02/20 10:12:00.422 UTC MINOR: DEBUG #2001 Base GRPC 
"GRPC: RPC-2: gNMI.Subscribe 
 Client URI: ipv4:192.99.5.0:49648 
 Username: admin 
Client called RPC. 
Now waiting till first message arrive. 
" 

A:gal171# show log log-id 99
===============================================================================
Event Log 99
===============================================================================
Description : Default System Log
Memory Log contents  [size=500   next event=70  (not wrapped)]
 
69 2007/01/25 18:20:40.00 UTC CRITICAL: SYSTEM #2029 Base Redundancy
"The active CPM card A is operating in singleton mode.  There is no standby CPM card."
 
68 2007/01/25 17:48:38.16 UTC WARNING: SYSTEM #2006 Base LOGGER
"New event throttle interval 10, configuration modified"
 
67 2007/01/25 00:34:53.97 UTC CRITICAL: SYSTEM #2029 Base Redundancy
"The active CPM card A is operating in singleton mode.  There is no standby CPM card."
 
66 2007/01/24 22:59:22.00 UTC CRITICAL: SYSTEM #2029 Base Redundancy
"The active CPM card A is operating in singleton mode.  There is no standby CPM card."
 
65 2007/01/24 02:08:47.92 UTC CRITICAL: SYSTEM #2029 Base Redundancy
"The active CPM card A is operating in singleton mode.  There is no standby CPM card."
...
===============================================================================
A:gal171

A:NS061550532>config>log>snmp-trap-group# show log log-id 1 
===============================================================================
Event Log 1
===============================================================================
SNMP Log contents  [size=100   next event=3  (not wrapped)]
Cannot send to SNMP target address 10.1.1.1.
Waiting to replay starting from event #2
 
14 2000/01/05 00:54:09.11 UTC WARNING: MPLS #2007 Base VR 1:
"Instance is in administrative state: inService, operational state: inService"
 
13 2000/01/05 00:54:09.11 UTC WARNING: MPLS #2008 Base VR 1:
"Interface linkToIxia is in administrative state: inService, operational state:
 inService"
....
===============================================================================
A:NS061550532>config>log>snmp-trap-group#
Table 30. Log-Id Output Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Log Name/Id

An event log destination.

Source

no — The event log filter is not currently in use by a log ID.

yes — The event log filter is currently in use by a log ID.

Filter ID

The value is the index to the entry which defines the filter to be applied to this log's source event stream to limit the events output to this log's destination. If the value is 0, then all events in the source log are forwarded to the destination.

Admin State

Up — Indicates that the administrative state is up.

Down — Indicates that the administrative state is down.

Oper State

Up — Indicates that the operational state is up.

Down — Indicates that the operational state is down.

Logged

The number of events that have been sent to the log source(s) that were forwarded to the log destination.

Dropped

The number of events that have been sent to the log source(s) that were not forwarded to the log destination because they were filtered out by the log filter.

Dest. Type

Console — All selected log events are directed to the system console. If the console is not connected, then all entries are dropped.

Syslog — All selected log events are sent to the syslog address.

SNMP traps — Events defined as SNMP traps are sent to the configured SNMP trap destinations and are logged in NOTIFICATION-LOG-MIB tables.

File — All selected log events are directed to a file on one of the CPM's compact flash disks.

Memory — All selected log events are directed to an in-memory storage area.

Dest ID

The event log stream destination.

Size

The allocated memory size for the log.

Time format

The time format specifies the type of timestamp format for events sent to logs where log ID destination is either syslog or file.

When the time format is UTC, timestamps are written using the Coordinated Universal Time value.

When the time format is local, timestamps are written in the system's local time.

log-id

Syntax

log-id log-id

Context

[Tree] (clear>log log-id)

Full Context

clear log log-id

Description

Reinitializes or rolls over the specified memory/file event log ID. Memory logs are reinitialized and cleared of contents. File logs are manually rolled over by this command.

This command is only applicable to event logs that are directed to file destinations and memory destinations.

SNMP, syslog, console, or session logs are not affected by this command.

Parameters

log-id

Specifies the event log ID to be initialized or rolled over.

Values

1 to 100

Platforms

All

logger-event-bundling

logger-event-bundling

Syntax

logger-event-bundling

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>mpls logger-event-bundling)

Full Context

tools dump router mpls logger-event-bundling

Description

This command dumps logger event bundling information for MPLS.

Platforms

All

longer

longer

Syntax

longer

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes longer)

Full Context

show router bgp routes longer

Description

This command displays the specified BGP route and subsets of the route.

Platforms

All

loopback

loopback

Syntax

loopback

Context

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

Full Context

tools perform service id loopback

Description

Tools for placing and removing SAPs and SDP bindings in data loopback. Overwrite occurs for any SAP or SDP binding when issuing a subsequent loopback command on the same SAP or SDP binding.

Interactions: Loopback functions are only applicable to Epipe, PBB Epipe, VPLS, I-VPLS and PBB core service contexts.

Platforms

All

loopback

Syntax

loopback

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>service loopback)

Full Context

tools dump service loopback

Description

This command displays all configured Ethernet loopbacks.

Platforms

All

loopback

Syntax

loopback sap sap-id

loopback sdp sdp-id:vc-id

Context

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

Full Context

tools dump service id loopback

Description

This command displays configured service-specific Ethernet loopbacks.

Parameters

sap-id

Specifies the SAP ID.

Values

null

port-id | lag-id

dot1q

{port-id | lag-id}:{qtag1 | cp-conn-prof-id

qinq

{port-id | lag-id}:{qtag1 | cp-conn-prof-id}.{qtag2 | cp-conn-prof-id}

cp: keyword

conn-prof-id: 1..8000

port-id

slot/mda/port [.channel]

eth-sat-id: esat-id/slot/port

esat: keyword

id: 1 to 20

pxc-id: pxc-id.sub-port

pxc pxc-id.sub-port

pxc: keyword

id: 1 to 64

sub-port: a, b

lag-id

lag-id

lag: keyword

id: 1..800

qtag1

0..4094

qtag2

* | null | 0..4094

sdp-id:vc-id

Specifies the SDP ID and VC-ID.

Values

sdp-id: 1 to 17407

vc-id: 1 to 4294967295

Platforms

All

lsn

lsn

Syntax

lsn create router router-instance [b4 ipv6-address] [aftr ipv6-address] ip ip-address protocol {tcp | udp} [port port] lifetime lifetime [outside-ip ipv4-address] [outside-port port] [nat-policy nat-policy-name]

lsn delete router router-instance [b4 ipv6-address] ip ip-address protocol {tcp | udp} port port [nat-policy nat-policy-name]

lsn modify router router-instance [b4 ipv6-address] ip ip-address protocol {tcp | udp} port port lifetime lifetime [nat-policy nat-policy-name]

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>nat>port-forwarding-action lsn)

Full Context

tools perform nat port-forwarding-action lsn

Description

This command enables large-scale NAT port forwarding actions.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
*A:SR12_PPPOE# tools perform nat port-forwarding-action  lsn create router 100 
ip 10.2.3.4 protocol tcp lifetime infinite outside-port 666 
*A:SR12_PPPOE# tools perform nat port-forwarding-action  lsn create router 100 
ip 10.2.3.4 protocol udp lifetime infinite outside-port 666 
*A:SR12_PPPOE# configure system persistence nat-port-forwarding location cf3: 
*A:SR12_PPPOE# tools dump persistence nat-port-forwarding 
----------------------------------------
Persistence Info
----------------------------------------
Client                : nat-fwds
File Info :
 Filename             : cf3:\nat_fwds.002
 File State           : CLOSED (Not enough space on disk)
Subsystem Info :
 Nbr Of Registrations : 524288
 Registrations In Use : 2
 Subsystem State      : NOK
*A:SR12_PPPOE#  

show+service+nat
|   |   |   +---port-forwarding-entries
|   |   |   |   +---classic-lsn-sub
|   |   |   |   +---dslite-lsn-sub
|   |   |   |   +---l2-aware-sub
|   |   |   |   +---nat64-lsn-sub

lsn-blocks

lsn-blocks

Syntax

lsn-blocks [inside-router router-instance] [inside-ip ip-address] [outside-ip-prefix ip-prefix/length] [outside-port [0..65535]] [pool pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>nat lsn-blocks)

Full Context

show router nat lsn-blocks

Description

This command displays large scale NAT blocks.

Parameters

router-instance

Specifies the router instance name and service ID.

Values

router-name:

Base , management

service-id:

1 to 2147483647

svc-name:

A string up to 64 characters.

ip-address

Specifies the IP address in a.b.c.d format.

ip-prefix

Specifies the IP prefix.

Values

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

length

Specifies the IP prefix length.

Values

1 to 32

pool-name

Specifies the pool name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
*A:SR12_PPPOE>show>router>nat# show router Base nat lsn-blocks 
===============================================================================
Large-Scale NAT blocks for Base
===============================================================================
10.0.0.5 [1024..1527]
Pool                                  : privpool
Policy                                : priv-nat-policy
Started                               : 2012/01/28 19:10:17
Inside router                         : vprn100
Inside IP address                     : 2001:db8:470:1F00:FFFF:189
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of blocks: 1
===============================================================================
A:SR12_PPPOE#

lsp

lsp

Syntax

lsp [lsp-name] [status {up | down}] [from ip-address | to ip-address] [detail] [auto-lsp {all | mesh-p2p | one-hop-p2p}]

lsp {transit | terminate} [status {up | down}] [from ip-address | to ip-address | lsp-name name] [detail]

lsp count

lsp [lsp-name] activepath [auto-lsp {all | mesh-p2p | one-hop-p2p}]

lsp [lsp-name] path [path-name] [status {up | down}] [detail] [auto-lsp {all | mesh-p2p | one-hop-p2p}]

lsp [lsp-name] path [path-name] mbb [auto-lsp {all | mesh-p2p | one-hop-p2p}]

lsp [lsp-name] auto-bandwidth [auto-lsp {all | mesh-p2p | one-hop-p2p}]