m Commands

mac

mac

Syntax

mac all | ieee-address | unknown

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt>errors mac)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt errors mac

Description

This command sorts all the subscriber errors by MAC address.

Parameters

all

Shows all errors starting with the lowest MAC address.

ieee-address

Shows only the error of a specific MAC address.

unknown

Shows errors with unknown MAC addresses.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of subscriber management listed by MAC addresses.

Output Example
*A:eng-BNG-2# show  subscriber-mgmt errors mac all
===============================================================================
Subscriber management errors
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MAC       : 00:00:10:10:12:13
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Time      : 2016/06/23 17:35:46.0
Service   : 1000
SAP       : 1/1/20:841
Error     : No Offer from DHCP server after Discover from DHCP client
Extra     : DHCPv4
Time      : 2016/06/23 17:35:16.0
Service   : 1000
SAP       : 1/1/20:841
Error     : No Offer from DHCP server after Discover from DHCP client
Extra     : DHCPv4
===============================================================================

Subscriber Management MAC Error Field Descriptions describes subscriber management MAC error output fields.

Table 1. Subscriber Management MAC Error Field Descriptions

Field

Description

MAC

The MAC address associated with the error

Time

The time the error was reported

Service

The service ID

SAP

The SAP on which the error occurred

Error

The error that occurred on the MAC address

Extra

Extra information about the error that occurred

mac

Syntax

mac mac-filter-id

mac mac-filter-id associations

mac mac-filter-id [type entry-type] counters [detail]

mac mac-filter-id [entry entry-id] effective-action [{ingress | egress}]

mac mac-filter-id [entry entry-id] effective-action router [{ingress | egress}]

mac mac-filter-id [entry entry-id] effective-action service service-id [{ingress | egress}]

mac [mac-filter-id] embedded [inactive]

mac mac-filter-id entry entry-id [counters] [detail]

mac [filter-type filter-type]

mac mac-filter-id type entry-type

Context

[Tree] (show>filter mac)

Full Context

show filter mac

Description

This command displays MAC filter information.

When effective-action is specified, this command displays what effectively happens to a packet that matches the criteria associated with the MAC filter policy.

Parameters

mac-filter-id

Displays detailed information for the specified filter ID and its filter entries.

Values

1 to 65535

associations

Appends information as to where the filter policy ID is applied to the detailed filter policy ID output.

entry-type

Specifies the type of filter entries as "fixed” or "embedded”.

counters

Displays counter information for the specified filter ID.

detail

Displays detailed information.

entry-id

Displays information on the specified filter entry ID for the specified filter ID only.

Values

1 to 2097151

effective-action

Displays the action that the system will effectively apply to the packet.

ingress

Filters the output and only displays the information for filter policies applied on ingress.

egress

Filters the output and only displays the information for filter policies applied on egress.

router

Filters the output and only displays the information for that specific service ("Base” instance).

service-id

Filters the output and only displays the information for the specified service. The specified value must correspond to an existing service in which the filter has been applied.

filter-type

Specifies the type of filter entries as "config”.

Platforms

All

Output

No Parameters Specified — A brief listing of MAC filters is produced when no parameters are specified; Filter MAC Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show filter mac
===============================================================================
Configured Mac Filters                                           Total:     1
===============================================================================
Filter-Id   Scope     Applied Description                                Type
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10          Template  No                                                 normal
===============================================================================
Num Mac filters: 1
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-C#
Table 2. Filter MAC Output Fields

Label

Description

Filter Id

The MAC filter ID

Scope

Template — the filter policy is of type Template

Exclusive — the filter policy is of type Exclusive

Applied

No — the filter policy ID has not been applied

Yes — the filter policy ID is applied

Description

The MAC filter policy description

Filter ID Specified — The following output is an example of MAC filter information when the filter ID is specified, and Filter MAC with Filter-ID Specified Output Fields describes the fields. Detailed filter information for the filter ID and its entries is produced when the filter ID is specified.

Output Example
===============================================================================
Mac Filter : 200
===============================================================================
Filter Id       : 200                     Applied         : No
Scope           : Exclusive               D. Action       : Drop
Description     : Forward SERVER sourced packets
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Filter Match Criteria : Mac
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entry           : 200                     FrameType       : 802.2SNAP
Description     : Not Available
Src Mac         : 00:00:5a:00:00:00 ff:ff:ff:00:00:00
Dest Mac        : 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00
Dot1p           : Undefined               Ethertype       : 802.2SNAP
DSAP            : Undefined               SSAP            : Undefined
Snap-pid        : Undefined               ESnap-oui-zero  : Undefined
Match action    : Forward
Ing. Matches    : 0                       Egr. Matches    : 0
Entry           : 300 (Inactive)          FrameType       : Ethernet
Description     : Not Available
Src Mac         : 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00
Dest Mac       : 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00
Dot1p          : Undefined               Ethertype       : Ethernet
DSAP           : Undefined               SSAP            : Undefined
Snap-pid       : Undefined               ESnap-oui-zero  : Undefined
Match action   : Default
Ing. Matches   : 0                       Egr. Matches    : 0
===============================================================================
Table 3. Filter MAC with Filter-ID Specified Output Fields

Label

Description

MAC Filter

Filter Id

The MAC filter policy ID

Scope

Template — the filter policy is of type Template

Exclusive — the filter policy is of type Exclusive

Description

The MAC filter policy description

Applied

No — the filter policy ID has not been applied

Yes — the filter policy ID is applied

Def. Action

Forward — the default action for the filter ID for packets that do not match the filter entries is to forward

Drop — the default action for the filter ID for packets that do not match the filter entries is to drop

Filter Match Criteria

MAC — indicates the filter is an MAC filter policy

Entry

The filter entry ID; if the filter entry ID indicates the entry is (Inactive), then the filter entry is incomplete as no action has been specified

Description

The filter entry description

FrameType

Ethernet — the entry ID match frame type is Ethernet IEEE 802.3

Ethernet II — the entry ID match frame type is Ethernet Type II

Src MAC

The source MAC address and mask match criterion; when both the MAC address and mask are all zeros, no criterion specified for the filter entry

Dest MAC

The destination MAC address and mask match criterion; when both the MAC address and mask are all zeros, no criterion specified for the filter entry

Dot1p

The IEEE 802.1p value for the match criteria; undefined indicates no value is specified

Ethertype

The Ethertype value match criterion

DSAP

The DSAP value match criterion; undefined indicates no value specified

SSAP

SSAP value match criterion; undefined indicates no value specified

Snap-pid

The Ethernet SNAP PID value match criterion; undefined indicates no value specified

Esnap-oui-zero

Non-Zero — filter entry matches a non-zero value for the Ethernet SNAP OUI

Zero — filter entry matches a zero value for the Ethernet SNAP OUI

Undefined — no Ethernet SNAP OUI value specified

Match action

Default — the filter does not have an explicit forward or drop match action specified; if the filter entry ID indicates the entry is Inactive, the filter entry is incomplete, no action was specified

Drop — packets matching the filter entry criteria will be dropped

Forward — packets matching the filter entry criteria is forwarded

Ing. Matches

The number of ingress filter matches/hits for the filter entry

Egr. Matches

The number of egress filter matches/hits for the filter entry

Filter Associations — The associations for a filter ID will be displayed if the associations keyword is specified. The association information is appended to the filter information.

The following output is an example of MAC filter information when the associations keyword is specified, and Filter MAC Associations Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-49# show filter mac 3 associations
===============================================================================
Mac Filter
===============================================================================
Filter ID    : 3                     Applied          : Yes
Scope        : Template              Def. Action      : Drop
Entries      : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Filter Association : Mac
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Service Id   : 1001                  Type             : VPLS
- SAP          1/1/1:1001            (Egress)
===============================================================================
Table 4. Filter MAC Associations Output Fields

Label

Description

Filter Association

Mac — the filter associations displayed are for a MAC filter policy ID

Service Id

The service ID on which the filter policy ID is applied; the output also provides a list of service points where the filter has been applied

SAP

The Service Access Point or spoke/mesh SDP on which the filter policy ID is applied

Type

The type of service of the Service ID

(Ingress)

The filter policy ID is applied as an ingress filter policy on the interface

(Egress)

The filter policy ID is applied as an egress filter policy on the interface

Filter Entry Counters Output — When the counters keyword is specified, the filter entry output displays the filter matches/hit information. The following table describes the command output for the command.

A:ALA-49# show filter mac 8 counters
===============================================================================
Mac Filter
===============================================================================
Filter Id   : 8                                Applied         : Yes
Scope       : Template                         Def. Action     : Forward
Entries     : 2
Description : Description for Mac Filter Policy id # 8
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Filter Match Criteria : Mac
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entry       : 8                                FrameType       : Ethernet
Ing. Matches: 80 pkts (5440 bytes)
Egr. Matches: 62 pkts (3968 bytes)
  
Entry       : 10                               FrameType       : Ethernet
Ing. Matches: 80 pkts (5440 bytes)
Egr. Matches: 80 pkts (5120 bytes)
===============================================================================
Table 5. Filter MAC Counters Output Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Mac Filter

Filter Id

The MAC filter policy ID

Scope

Template — the filter policy is of type Template

Exclusive — the filter policy is of type Exclusive

Description

The MAC filter policy description

Applied

No — the filter policy ID has not been applied

Yes — the filter policy ID is applied

Def. Action

Forward — the default action for the filter ID for packets that do not match the filter entries is to forward

Drop — the default action for the filter ID for packets that do not match the filter entries is to drop

Filter Match Criteria

Mac — indicates the filter is an MAC filter policy

Entry

The filter entry ID; if the filter entry ID indicates the entry is (Inactive), then the filter entry is incomplete as no action has been specified

FrameType

Ethernet — the entry ID match frame type is Ethernet IEEE 802.3

802.2LLC — the entry ID match frame type is Ethernet IEEE 802.2 LLC

802.2SNAP — the entry ID match frame type is Ethernet IEEE 802.2 SNAP

Ethernet II — the entry ID match frame type is Ethernet Type II

Ing. Matches

The number of ingress filter matches/hits for the filter entry

Egr. Matches

The number of egress filter matches/hits for the filter entry

Show Filter MAC Output (with effective-action specified) — The following output is an example of MAC filter information when the effective-action keyword is specified. Filter MAC effective-action Output Fields describes the command output fields.

If the main action (either primary or secondary) cannot be performed, a reason will be given. This will be displayed on the same line as the Effective Action. The reason codes as currently defined are:

  • entry-default

  • filter-default-action

  • pbr-down-action-override

  • action not supported on egress

  • target does not exist

Output Example
show filter mac 1 effective-action
===============================================================================
Mac Filter
===============================================================================
Filter Id           : 1                            Applied        : Yes
Scope               : Template                     Def. Action    : Drop
Entries             : 1                            Type           : normal
Description         : (Not Specified)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entry               : 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Stickiness          : No
PBR Dwn Act Override: None
PBR Down Action     : Drop (entry-default)
 
Configuration
Primary Action      : Forward (SAP)
  Next Hop          : 1/1/3
  Service Id        : Not configured
Secondary Action    : None
 
Status
Target status based on extended checks
  Primary Action    : Target does not exist
  Secondary Action  : None
Downloaded Action   : Forward
Stickiness Timer    : Not Running
 
Effective Action based on application context
Service Id          : 10                           Type           : VPLS
  Ingress
    Effective Action: Forward (target does not exist)
===============================================================================
Table 6. Filter MAC effective-action Output Fields

Label

Description

Filter Id

The MAC filter policy ID

Applied

No — the filter policy ID has not been applied

Yes — the filter policy ID is applied

Scope

Template — the filter policy is of type Template

Exclusive — the filter policy is of type Exclusive

Def. Action

Forward — the default action for the filter ID for packets that do not match the filter entries is to forward

Drop — the default action for the filter ID for packets that do not match the filter entries is to drop

Entries

The number of entries configured in this filter ID

Type

The type of entries configures in this filter

Description

The MAC filter policy description

Entry

The filter entry ID; if the filter entry ID indicates the entry is (Inactive), then the filter entry is incomplete as no action has been specified

Stickiness

No — stickiness is not configured

Yes — stickiness is configured

PBR Dwn Act Override

Indicates whether or not the action to take when the PBR target is down has been overridden

PBR Down Action

The action to take in case the target is down

Configuration

Section of the output providing information on the configured parameters

Primary Action

The configured action, if any; indented sub-labels in the show output provide configured parameters for this action

Secondary Action

The configured secondary action, if any; indented sub-labels in the show output provide configured parameters for this action

Status/Target status based on extended checks

Section of the output providing information on the operational status of certain parameters

Primary Action

The status of the target of the primary action, if configured, based on extended checks

Secondary Action

The status of the target of the secondary action, if configured, based on extended checks

Downloaded Action

The action downloaded by the CPM to the IOM

Stickiness Timer

The status of the stickiness timer, if any

Effective Action based on application context

Section of the output providing the effective action, in the context of services, that a packet matching the criteria will be subject to

Service Id

The service ID on which the filter policy ID is applied; the output also provides a list of service points where the filter has been applied

Type

The service type in which the service has been applied

Ingress/Egress

The direction in which the service has been applied

Effective Action

Indicates the effective action the packet will be subject to

mac

Syntax

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

Context

[Tree] (clear>filter mac)

Full Context

clear filter mac

Description

Clears the counters associated with the entries of the specified MAC filter policy.

By default, the counters associated with each entry of the specified filter policy are all cleared. The scope of which counters are cleared can be narrowed using the command line parameters.

Default

Clears all counters associated with each entry of the specified MAC filter policy.

Parameters

mac-filter-id

The MAC filter policy ID for which to clear the entry counters. Values can either be expressed as a decimal integer or as an ASCII string of up to 64 characters. The following values only shows decimal integer.

Values

1 to 65535

entry-id

Specifies that only the counters associated with the specified filter policy entry will be cleared. The values are expressed as a decimal integer.

Values

1 to 2097151

ingress

Specifies to only clear the ingress counters.

egress

Specifies to only clear the egress counters.

Platforms

All

mac

Syntax

mac mac-filter-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>filter>resources mac)

Full Context

tools dump filter resources mac

Description

This command displays information about the specified MAC filter including resource utilization on CPM and IOM, the IOMs on which the filter is used, and the entries using the most resources.

Parameters

mac-filter-id

Specifies that only the filter resource utilization associated with this IPv6 filter will be displayed.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MAC filter resource utilization information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C>tools>dump>filter>resources># mac 1

===============================================================================
Resource utilization details for Mac filter 1
===============================================================================
CPM entries used                       : 1
CPM subentries used                    : 1
TCAM entries used (per FlexPath)       : 1
Associated with IOMs                   : 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Largest 5 entries
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entry ID                                        Active        TCAM entries
                                                            (per FlexPath)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
1                                                  Yes                   1
No more entries defined
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================

mac

Syntax

mac mac-filter-id entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>filter mac)

Full Context

monitor filter mac

Description

This command enables MAC filter monitoring. The statistical information for the specified MAC filter entry displays at the configured interval until the configured count is reached.

The first screen displays the current statistics related to the specified MAC filter. 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

mac-filter-id

Specifies the MAC filter policy ID.

Values

filter-id | filter-name

filter-id: 1 to 65535

filter-name: 64 chars max

entry-id

Displays information on the specified filter entry ID for the specified filter ID only.

Values

1 to 65535

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

Displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Displays rate-per-second for each statistic instead of the delta.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of filter mac information.

Output Example
A:ALA-1>monitor>filter# mac 50 entry 10 interval 3 repeat 3 absolute
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for Mac filter 50 entry 10
===============================================================================
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Absolute)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
===============================================================================


A:ALA-1>monitor>filter# mac 50 entry 10 interval 3 repeat 3 rate
===============================================================================
Monitor statistics for Mac filter 50 entry 10
===============================================================================
At time t = 0 sec (Base Statistics)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 3 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 6 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
At time t = 9 sec (Mode: Rate)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing. Matches: 0                                Egr. Matches    : 0
===============================================================================
A:ALA-1>monitor>filter#

mac

Syntax

mac entry entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>cpm-filter mac)

Full Context

monitor cpm-filter mac

Description

This command displays monitor command statistics for MAC filter entries.

Parameters

entry-id

Displays information on the specified filter entry ID for the specified filter ID only.

Values

1 to 2048

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

Displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Displays rate-per-second for each statistic instead of the delta.

Platforms

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

mac

Syntax

mac entry-id [interval seconds] [repeat repeat] [absolute | rate]

Context

[Tree] (monitor>management-access-filter mac)

Full Context

monitor management-access-filter mac

Description

This command monitors statistics for the MAF MAC filter entry.

Parameters

entry-id

Specifies an existing IP MAF entry ID.

Values

1 to 9999

seconds

Configures the interval for each display in seconds.

Values

3 to 60

Default

10

repeat

Configures how many times the command is repeated.

Values

1 to 999

Default

10

absolute

Displays raw statistics, without processing. No calculations are performed on the delta or rate statistics.

rate

Displays rate-per-second for each statistic instead of the delta.

Platforms

All

mac

Syntax

mac [hunt | detail] [rd rd] [next-hop next-hop] [mac-address mac-address] [community comm-id] [tag tag] [aspath-regex reg-exp]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes>evpn mac)

Full Context

show router bgp routes evpn mac

Description

This command displays BGP-EVPN MAC routes.

Parameters

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

detail

Displays detailed information.

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

next-hop

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 BGP next-hop address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

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

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

mac-address

Specifies the MAC address in xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx format.

comm-id

Specifies the community ID, up to 72 characters.

Values

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

where:

  • as-num — 0 to 65535

  • comm-val — 0 to 65535

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

    where:

    • as-number1 — 0 to 65535

    • comm-val1 — 0 to 65535

    • type — target, origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • comm-val2 — 0 to 4294967295

    • as-number2 — 0 to 4294967295

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

tag

Specifies the MAC route tag.

Values

0to 4294967295 | MAX-ET

reg-exp

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

Platforms

All

mac-filter

mac-filter

Syntax

mac-filter [entry entry-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security>cpm-filter mac-filter)

Full Context

show system security cpm-filter mac-filter

Description

This command displays CPM MAC filters.

Parameters

entry-id

Displays information about the specified entry.

Values

1 to 131072

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of CPU MAC filter information.

Output Example
*B:bksim67# show system security cpm-filter mac-filter 
===============================================================================
CPM Mac Filter (applied)
===============================================================================
Entry-Id  Dropped   Forwarded Description                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         23002     47094                                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Num CPM Mac filter entries: 1
===============================================================================
*B:bksim67#

mac-filter

Syntax

mac-filter [entry entry-id]

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security>mgmt-access-filter mac-filter)

Full Context

show system security management-access-filter mac-filter

Description

This command displays management access MAC filters.

Parameters

entry-id

Displays information about the specified entry.

Values

1 to 9999

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of management access filter MAC filter information.

Output Example
*B:bksim67# show system security management-access-filter mac-filter 
=============================================================================
Mac Management Access Filter
=============================================================================
filter type   : mac                                                          
Def. Action   : permit                                                       
Admin Status  : enabled (no shutdown)                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Entry              : 1                  Action             : deny              
FrameType          : ethernet_II        Svc-Id             : Undefined         
Src Mac            : Undefined
Dest Mac           : Undefined
Dot1p              : Undefined          Ethertype          : Disabled          
DSAP               : Undefined          SSAP               : Undefined         
Snap-pid           : Undefined          ESnap-oui-zero     : Undefined         
cfm-opcode         : Undefined                                                 
Log                : disabled           Matches            : 0                 
=============================================================================
*B:bksim67#

mac-filter

Syntax

mac-filter [entry entry-id]

Context

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

Full Context

clear cpm-filter mac-filter

Description

This command clears MAC filter statistics.

Parameters

entry-id

Specifies a particular CPM MAC filter entry.

Values

1 to 2048

Platforms

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

mac-filter

Syntax

mac-filter mac-filter-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>filter mac-filter)

Full Context

tools perform filter mac-filter

Description

Commands in this context perform MAC filter operations.

Parameters

mac-filter-id

Specifies a particular MAC filter ID or filter name.

Values

filter-id | filter-name

filter-id

Specifies the MAC filter ID.

Values

1 to 65535

filter-name

Specifies name of the MAC filter, upto 64 characters.

Platforms

All

mac-list

mac-list

Syntax

mac-list [name]

mac-list name associations

Context

[Tree] (show>service mac-list)

Full Context

show service mac-list

Description

This command displays the configured MAC lists in the router and its associations to service objects.

Parameters

name

Displays the MAC list name, up to 32 characters.

associations

Displays the associated service objects.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of services associated so particular SAPs.

Output Example

The following output is an example of MAC list.

A:admin@PE-2# show service mac-list 
 
=============================================================================== 
MAC List Information 
=============================================================================== 
MAC List Name                      Num Macs       Last Change 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
moving-macs-1                      10             04/22/2020 09:45:34 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 1 
=============================================================================== 

The following output is an example of MAC list name.

A:admin@PE-2# show service mac-list "moving-macs-1" 
=============================================================================== 
MAC List Mac Address Information 
Description: List of macs allowed to move  
=============================================================================== 
MAC Address                   MAC Mask                      Last Change 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
00:00:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:00:00:00             04/22/2020 09:46:14 
00:01:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:57:33 
00:02:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:57:37 
00:03:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:57:40 
00:04:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:57:45 
00:05:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:57:50 
00:06:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:57:54 
00:07:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:58:02 
00:08:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:58:09 
00:09:5e:00:00:00             ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff             04/22/2020 09:58:12 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 10 
=============================================================================== 

The following output is an example of MAC list associations.

A:admin@PE-2# show service mac-list "moving-macs-1" associations 
 
=============================================================================== 
Associated VPLS SAPs 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Service Id                              SAP 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
3                                       pxc-1.a:3 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 1 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 
Associated VPLS spoke-sdp 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Service Id                              sdpID 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 0 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 
Associated VPLS mesh-sdp 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Service Id                              sdpID 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 0 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 
Associated VPLS split-horizon-group 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Service Id                              Split Horizon Group 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 0 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 
Associated PW-template 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
PW-template Id 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Number of Entries: 0 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 
===============================================================================

Show Service MAC List Fields describes show service MAC list output fields.

Table 7. Show Service MAC List Fields

Label

Description

MAC List Name

Displays the MAC list name.

Num Macs

Displays the number of MACs.

Last Change

Displays the date and time of the change.

Number of Entries

Displays the number of matching entries.

MAC Address

Displays the MAC address.

MAC Mask

Displays the MAC mask.

Service Id

Displays the service ID.

SAP

Displays the SAP name.

mac-move

mac-move

Syntax

mac-move

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id mac-move)

Full Context

show service id mac-move

Description

This command displays MAC move related information about the service.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service MAC move information.

Output Example
*A:ALA-2009>config>service>vpls>mac-move# show service id 500 mac-move
===============================================================================
Service Mac Move Information
===============================================================================
Service Id        : 500                 Mac Move          : Enabled
Primary Factor    : 4                   Secondary Factor  : 2
Mac Move Rate     : 2                   Mac Move Timeout  : 10
Mac Move Retries  : 3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SAP Mac Move Information: 2/1/3:501
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Down
Flags              : RelearnLimitExceeded
Time to come up   : 1 seconds           Retries Left      : 1
Mac Move          : Blockable           Blockable Level   : Tertiary
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SAP Mac Move Information: 2/1/3:502
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Flags              : None
Time to RetryReset: 267 seconds         Retries Left      : none
Mac Move          : Blockable           Blockable Level   : Tertiary
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SDP Mac Move Information: 21:501
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Up
Flags              : None
Time to RetryReset: never               Retries Left      : 3
Mac Move          : Blockable           Blockable Level   : Secondary
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SDP Mac Move Information: 21:502
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State       : Up                  Oper State        : Down
Flags              : RelearnLimitExceeded
Time to come up   : never               Retries Left      : none
Mac Move          : Blockable           Blockable Level   : Tertiary
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-2009>config>service>vpls>mac-move#

mac-protect

mac-protect

Syntax

mac-protect [implicit]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id mac-protect)

Full Context

show service id mac-protect

Description

This command displays MAC protect-related information about the service.

Parameters

implicit

Displays only the MAC addresses implicitly protected by the system.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of service MAC protect information.

Output Example
*A:ALA-48>show>service>id# mac-protect
===============================================================================
Protected MACs, Service 700
===============================================================================
ServId    MAC               Source-Identifier     Type/Age  Last Change
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
700       ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff not learned           n/a       n/a
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MAC Entries: 1
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-48>show>service>id# mac-protect

mac-status

mac-status

Syntax

mac-status [mac ieee-address] [card slot-id] [pending]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>service>id>fdb mac-status)

Full Context

tools dump service id fdb mac-status

Description

This command displays the status of MAC addresses within the service, displaying the line cards on which FDB entries are allocated for the MAC addresses (if a MAC address has been allocated an entry on all cards provisioned in the system, it is displayed as "All”) and those for which there are pending FDB entry updates (allocate, displayed as "PendAlloc”, or free, displayed as "PendFree”) for each MAC address. The MAC address status is displayed per service or line card and for a single MAC address. In addition, only MAC addresses with pending updates can be displayed.

Parameters

ieee-address

The 48-bit MAC address for which the FDB entry will be displayed 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.

slot-id

The slot ID of the card in the chassis. The maximum slot ID is platform-dependent. See the hardware installation guides for more information.

pending

Displays only those MAC address with pending FDB entry line card updates (allocate or free).

Platforms

All

Output

Output Example
*A:PE1# tools dump service id 1 fdb mac-status
===============================================================================
VPLS FDB MAC status at 01/31/2017 08:44:39
===============================================================================
MAC Address         Type                Status : Card list
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
00:00:00:00:01:01   Select              Allocated : 5
00:00:00:00:01:02   Select              Allocated : 5
00:00:00:00:01:03   Global              Allocated : All
00:00:00:00:01:04   Global              Allocated : All
===============================================================================
*A:PE1#

mac-table

mac-table

Syntax

mac-table [mac ieee-address] [class class] [next-index index] [detail]

Context

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

Full Context

tools dump wlan-gw lanext bd mac-table

Description

This command dumps the specified MAC table entries for the specified HLE BD.

Parameters

ieee-address

Specifies the MAC address of the MAC table entry.

class

Specifies the source on which to filter the MAC table entries.

Values

access, network, remote

index

Specify the next-index index parameter to display the next set of results If there are more results than the current output. The additional results are indicated at the bottom of the current output.

Values

0 to 4294967295

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of MAC table information.

Output Example
tools>dump>wlan-gw>lanext>bd# mac-table
===============================================================================
MATCHED 2 MAC ENTRIES ON SLOT #2 MDA #1
===============================================================================
UE-MAC            VLAN   BRIDGE-ID  DESCRIPTION            L2-SVC     L2-VLAN  
  TUNNEL  CLASS   TYPE   ROUTER     SRC-IP                                  
  ANCHOR                            DST-IP                                  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AA:2B:9E:11:D1:6F 100    100        ESM-USER               N/A        N/A
  2/1     ACCESS  GRE    500        11.3.3.100
  2/1/NAT-OUT-IP:2145.1             4.4.4.4
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
02:DE:01:00:01:11 N/A    100        ESM-USER               N/A        N/A
  2/1     NETWORK VXLAN  500        2.2.2.2
  2/1/NAT-OUT-IP:2145.1             44.44.44.1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================

macsec

macsec

Syntax

macsec

Context

[Tree] (clear macsec)

Full Context

clear macsec

Description

Commands in this context clear MACsec information.

Platforms

All

macsec

Syntax

macsec

Context

[Tree] (show macsec)

Full Context

show macsec

Description

Commands in this context display MACsec information.

Platforms

All

macsec

Syntax

macsec

Context

[Tree] (show>router macsec)

Full Context

show router macsec

Description

This command displays router MACsec information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of router MACsec information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C>config>router# show router macsec 
===============================================================================
MACSec (Summary), Base
===============================================================================
Interface Name PortId/Sap  MACsec    Sub-port Encap- CA tags  CA-name
                           port               match  In-clear 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MACsec_Dut_B_* 1/1/10:50   1/1/10    50       :50    0        dut_B_C_xpn_128_*
                           1/1/10    1002     :*.*   2        dut_B_C_xpn_256_*
MACsec_Dut_B_* 1/1/10:51   1/1/10    51       :51    1        dut_B_C_xpn_128_*
                           1/1/10    1002     :*.*   2        dut_B_C_xpn_256_*
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.


*A:Dut-C>config>router# show router "Base" interface "MACsec_Dut_B_C_Link_11_tag_50" macsec 
===============================================================================
Interface MACsec_Dut_B_C_Link_11_tag_50 port/SapId 1/1/10:50 macsec 
===============================================================================
MACsec port   Sub-port    Admin state Encap-match CA-name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/10        50          enabled     :50         dut_B_C_xpn_128_null_03
1/1/10        1002        enabled     :*.*        dut_B_C_xpn_256_2tags_1tag_01
===============================================================================


*A:Dut-C>config>router# show router "Base" interface "MACsec_Dut_B_C_Link_11_tag_51" macsec 
===============================================================================
Interface MACsec_Dut_B_C_Link_11_tag_51 port/SapId 1/1/10:51 macsec 
===============================================================================
MACsec port   Sub-port    Admin state Encap-match CA-name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1/10        51          enabled     :51         dut_B_C_xpn_128_1tag_03
1/1/10        1002        enabled     :*.*        dut_B_C_xpn_256_2tags_1tag_01
===============================================================================

managed-hosts

managed-hosts

Syntax

managed-hosts type {aaa | bonding | data-triggered | gtp} [ip ip-address] [mac ieee-address]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id managed-hosts)

Full Context

show service id managed-hosts

Description

This command displays information about hosts that are not yet linked to an in-band control plane protocol, such as DHCP or DHCPv6. Examples include hosts installed by data-triggers and hosts installed by RADIUS.

Parameters

aaa

Displays information about managed hosts installed and removed only by RADIUS.

bonding

Displays information about managed hosts installed in a connection bonding subscriber context.

data-triggered

Displays information about managed hosts installed by data-triggers.

gtp

Displays information about managed hosts installed via GTP access.

ip-address

Displays information about a managed host with the specified IPv4 or IPv6 address.

ieee-address

Displays information about a managed host with the specified MAC address.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of managed host information.

Output Example
# show service id 100 managed-hosts type data-triggered
===============================================================================
Managed data-triggered hosts
===============================================================================
IP address                                MAC address
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.0.9/32                               fa:ac:a6:02:11:01
2001:a:b:5::1/128                         fa:ac:a6:02:11:01
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Managed hosts: 2
===============================================================================

managed-hosts

Syntax

managed-hosts type {data-triggered} [sap sap-id] [mac ieee-address] [ip ip-prefix[/prefix-length]] [port port-id]

managed-hosts type {data-triggered} all

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>id managed-hosts)

Full Context

clear service id managed-hosts

Description

This command deletes managed hosts.

Platforms

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

management

management

Syntax

management

management ftp

management grpc

management netconf

management ssh

management telnet

management telnet6

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security management)

Full Context

show system security management

Description

This command displays the management server status.

Parameters

ftp

Displays the FTP server status.

grpc

Displays the gRPC server status.

netconf

Displays the NETCONF server status.

ssh

Displays the SSH server status.

telnet

Displays the Telnet server status.

telnet6

Displays the Telnetv6 server status.

Platforms

All

management-access-filter

management-access-filter

Syntax

management-access-filter

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security management-access-filter)

Full Context

show system security management-access-filter

Description

Commands in this context display management access filter information for IP and MAC filters.

Platforms

All

management-access-filter

Syntax

management-access-filter

Context

[Tree] (monitor management-access-filter)

Full Context

monitor management-access-filter

Description

Commands in this context monitor management-access filters. These filters are configured in the config>system>security>mgmt-access-filter context.

Platforms

All

management-interface

management-interface

Syntax

management-interface

Context

[Tree] (clear>system management-interface)

Full Context

clear system management-interface

Description

This command clears the management interface information.

Platforms

All

management-interface

Syntax

management-interface

Context

[Tree] (show>system management-interface)

Full Context

show system management-interface

Description

Commands in this context display management interface information.

Platforms

All

management-interface

Syntax

management-interface

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>system management-interface)

Full Context

tools perform system management-interface

Description

This command enables tools for management interface.

Platforms

All

manager

manager

Syntax

manager all

manager manager-name

Context

[Tree] (clear>system>management-interface>remote-management manager)

Full Context

clear system management-interface remote-management manager

Description

This command clears and restarts the remote management manager connection process.

Parameters

all

Clears the connection process for all managers.

manager-name

Specifies the configured name of the manager, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

All

manual

manual

Syntax

manual ring-index path {a | b}

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>eth-ring manual)

Full Context

tools perform eth-ring manual

Description

In the absence of a failure or FS, this command forces a block on the ring port where the command is issued.

Parameters

ring-index

Specifies the ring index.

Values

1 to 128

path

Displays information for a specific path.

Values

a, b

Platforms

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

manual

Syntax

manual id tunnel-id

manual lsp-name

Context

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

Full Context

tools perform router mpls tp-tunnel manual

Description

This command performs a manual switchover of the MPLS-TP LSP from the active path to the protect path.

Parameters

tunnel-id

Specifies the tunnel number of the MPLS-TP LSP.

Values

1 to 61440

lsp-name

Specifies 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

manual-export

manual-export

Syntax

manual-export

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>cflowd manual-export)

Full Context

tools perform cflowd manual-export

Description

This command triggers the manual export operation. This command is only applicable if export-mode is configured as manual.

Platforms

All

manual-switch-path

manual-switch-path

Syntax

manual-switch-path lsp lsp-name

no manual-switch-path lsp lsp-name

manual-switch-path sr-te-lsp sr-te-lsp-name

no manual-switch-path sr-te-lsp sr-te-lsp-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>mpls manual-switch-path)

Full Context

tools perform router mpls manual-switch-path

Description

This command forces a manual degraded state on the active primary path, which triggers a switchover to another best-preference non-degraded secondary path that is already up. Non-degraded standby paths are preferred over secondary paths. If non-degraded standby paths do not exist, a setup is triggered for secondary paths.

For LSPs, the revert-timer and hold-timer apply to any switchover triggered by the manual-switch-path command. For SR-TE LSPs, only the revert-timer applies to any switchover triggered by the manual-switch-path sr-te-lsp command. The revert timer is started in the case where both the primary and standby paths are initially degraded and the system is using a second secondary path, and the primary path then comes back up.

The revert timer is started only when switching from a non-degraded secondary or standby path to the primary path. If the active secondary or standby path is degraded and then the primary path comes up, the system does not start the revert timer because the intention is to move the LSP away from the degraded active path as quickly as possible.

The manually degraded state remains in effect if the path goes down or is resignaled, either by make-before-break (MBB) or break-before-make (BBM). BBM applies regardless of whether the resignalling is due to a locally initiated change or through PCEP. To reset the manually degraded state, use the no manual-switch-path CLI command or the delete manual-switch-path MD-CLI command.

To revert to the primary path when the revert timer is configured prior to the expiry of the revert timer, use the following commands:

  • no manual-switch-path lsp or no manual-switch-path sr-te-lsp to reset the manual degraded state on the primary path

  • tools perform router mpls revert lsp to revert the LSP to the primary path

  • tools perform router mpls revert sr-te-lsp to revert the SR-TE LSP to the primary path

Parameters

lsp-name

Specifies the LSP name, up to 64 characters.

sr-te-lsp-name

Specifies the SR-TE LSP name, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

All

map

map

Syntax

map

map statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>nat map)

Full Context

clear nat map

Description

This command enables the clears mapping of address and port data.

Platforms

VSR

map

Syntax

map

Context

[Tree] (show>service>nat map)

Full Context

show service nat map

Description

Commands in this context display MAP information.

Platforms

VSR

map-domain

map-domain

Syntax

map-domain

map-domain domain-name

map-domain domain-name mapping-rule map-rule-name

map-domain domain-name statistics

Context

[Tree] (show>service>nat>map map-domain)

Full Context

show service nat map map-domain

Description

This command displays the MAP domains configured in the system and shows whether the domain is instantiated (that is, shows the association with the routing context). It also provides information about the domain and the specific rules configured within the domain

Parameters

domain-name

Specifies the MAP domain name.

Values

32 chars maximum

map-rule-name

Specifies the MAP rule name.

Values

32 chars maximum

mapping-rule

Keyword; displays the router instances and/or subscriber profiles associated with the NAT policy.

statistics

Keyword; displays statistics of the specified MAP domain.

Platforms

VSR

Output

The following output is an example of the map-domain command, and Map-Domain Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-D>show>service>nat>map# show service nat map map-domain 
===============================================================================
MAP domains
===============================================================================
Name                                                 Admin-state    Router
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AZ                                                   in-service     221
AZb                                                  in-service     N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of domains: 2
===============================================================================
Table 8. Map-Domain Output Fields

Label

Description

Admin-state

Configured admin-state of the MAP domain. The state can be either shutdown or no shutdown.

Router

Specifies the routing context in which the MAP domain is instantiated. When set to "N/A”, it indicates that the MAP domain is not instantiated in the VSR.

The following output is an example of the map-domain domain-name command, and Map-Domain <domain-name> Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-D>show>service>nat>map# map-domain "AZ" 
===============================================================================
MAP-T domain "AZ"
===============================================================================
Description                 : bAAAA
Default Mapping Rule prefix : 1000::/4
MTU                         : 9212
TCP MSS adjust              : 0
IP fragmentation
 v6-frag-header             : enabled
Administrative state        : in-service
Router                      : 221
Last management change      : 07/14/2016 21:04:04
Mapping rule "rule A-11"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description                 : basic mapping rule 11
Rule prefix                 : 2001:db8::/44
IPv4 prefix                 : 192.0.2.0/24
Embedded Address bits       : 12
PSID offset                 : 4
Address sharing ratio       : 0
No. of excluded ports       : 0       
No. of ports per user       : 0
Administrative state        : out-of-service
Last management change      : 07/08/2016 01:15:12
Mapping rule "rule A-12"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description                 : (Not Specified)
Rule prefix                 : (Not Specified)
IPv4 prefix                 : (Not Specified)
Embedded Address bits       : 0
PSID offset                 : 6
Address sharing ratio       : 0
No. of excluded ports       : 0
No. of ports per user       : 0
Administrative state        : out-of-service
Last management change      : 07/08/2016 01:15:12
Mapping rule "rule A-13"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description                 : basic mapping rule 11
Rule prefix                 : 2001:db8::/44
IPv4 prefix                 : 192.0.2.0/24
Embedded Address bits       : 9       
PSID offset                 : 15
Address sharing ratio       : 2
No. of excluded ports       : 2
No. of ports per user       : 32767
Administrative state        : in-service
Last management change      : 07/14/2016 21:11:43
===============================================================================
Table 9. Map-Domain <domain-name> Output Fields

Label

Description

Address sharing ratio

Specifies the number of CEs covered by this rule, that share the same IPv4 address, each with different PSID.

No. of excluded ports

Specifies the ports excluded from PSID, according to the configured PSID offset.

No. of ports per user

Specifies the number of PSID ports available to each user.

The following output is an example of the map-domain domain-name command, which shows details of the specific rule within a given MAP domain.

Output Example
*A:Dut-D>show>service>nat>map# map-domain "AZ" mapping-rule "rule A-13" 
===============================================================================
MAP-T domain "AZ"
===============================================================================
Description                 : bAAAA
Default Mapping Rule prefix : 1000::/4
MTU                         : 9212
TCP MSS adjust              : 0
IP fragmentation
 v6-frag-header             : enabled
Administrative state        : in-service
Router                      : 221
Last management change      : 07/14/2016 21:04:04
Mapping rule "rule A-13"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description                 : basic mapping rule 11
Rule prefix                 : 2001:db8::/44
IPv4 prefix                 : 192.0.2.0/24
Embedded Address bits       : 9
PSID offset                 : 15
Address sharing ratio       : 2
No. of excluded ports       : 2       
No. of ports per user       : 32767
Administrative state        : in-service
Last management change      : 07/14/2016 21:11:43
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of the map-domain statistics command, which shows the forwarding statistics for a MAP-T domain, and Map-Domain Statistics Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-D>show>service>nat>map# show service nat map map-domain "AZ" statistics 
===============================================================================
MAP domain "AZ"
===============================================================================
Upstream (IPv6->IPv4) forwarded packets                 : 0
Upstream (IPv6->IPv4) forwarded octets                  : 0
Upstream (IPv6->IPv4) dropped packets                   : 0
Upstream (IPv6->IPv4) dropped octets                    : 0
Downstream (IPv4->IPv6) forwarded packets               : 0
Downstream (IPv4->IPv6) forwarded octets                : 0
Downstream (IPv4->IPv6) dropped packets                 : 0
Downstream (IPv4->IPv6) dropped octets                  : 0
===============================================================================
Table 10. Map-Domain Statistics Output Fields

Label

Description

Upstream (IPv6→IPv4) forwarded packets

Specifies the number of forwarded packets in the upstream direction within the MAP domain.

Upstream (IPv6→IPv4) forwarded octets

Specifies the number of forwarded octets in the upstream direction within the MAP domain.

Upstream (IPv6→IPv4) dropped packets

Specifies the number of dropped packets in the upstream direction within the MAP domain.

Upstream (IPv6→IPv4) dropped octets

Specifies the number of dropped octets in the upstream direction within the MAP domain.

Downstream (IPv4→IPv6) forwarded packets

Specifies the number of forwarded packets in the downstream direction within the MAP domain.

Downstream (IPv4→IPv6) forwarded octets

Specifies the number of forwarded octets in the downstream direction within the MAP domain.

Downstream (IPv4→IPv6) dropped packets

Specifies the number of dropped packets in the downstream direction within the MAP domain.

Downstream (IPv4→IPv6) dropped octets

Specifies the number of dropped octets in the downstream direction within the MAP domain.

map-to-phy-port

map-to-phy-port

Syntax

map-to-phy-port {lag lag-id | eth-tunnel tunnel-index} {isid isid [end-isid isid] | service service-id | svc-name [end-service service-id | svc-name]} [summary]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump map-to-phy-port)

Full Context

tools dump map-to-phy-port

Description

This command provides the ability to respond to a query to provide the link in a LAG/Ethernet tunnel (load sharing protection mode)/CCAG that is currently assigned to a given service-id or ISID.

Parameters

lag-id

Specifies the LAG ID.

Values

1 to 800

isid

Specifies the ISID.

Values

0 to 16777215

service-id

Specifies the service ID.

Values

1 to 2148278381, svc-name: 64 char max

tunnel-index

Specifies the tunnel index.

Values

1 to 1024

summary

Displays summary information.

Platforms

All

mapping-server

mapping-server

Syntax

mapping-server [prefix ip-address[/mask]] [index index] [level level] [flag {s}]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>isis mapping-server)

Full Context

show router isis mapping-server

Description

This command displays IS-IS mapping-server information.

Parameters

ip-address[/mask]

Specifies the IP address and mask of a prefix that has received a node-sid in a SID/Label binding TLV.

Values

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

mask: 0 to 32

index

Specifies the node-sid index value for the generated SID/Label binding TLV.

Values

0 to 4294967295

Default

none

level

Specifies a match on the mapping server’s own flooding scope for the generated SID/Label binding TLV.

Values

1, 2, 1/2

flag

Specifies a match on the flooding scope of the generated SID/Label binding TLV.

Values

s — Specifies to match on the S flag value of 1. A SID/Label Binding TLV with the S flag set is flooded across the entire IS-IS routing domain, except across another IS-IS instance. If the S flag is not set (value of zero), the SID/Label Binding TLV is not leaked between levels.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of mapping service information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show router isis  mapping-server    
===============================================================================
Rtr Base ISIS Instance 0 Mapping Server
===============================================================================
Index      Prefix             Range Flags Level
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1000       10.20.1.4/32       1     -     L1L2
1001       10.20.1.5/32       1     -     L1L2
1002       10.20.1.6/32       1     -     L1L2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Mapping Server Sid-Maps : 3
===============================================================================

mapping-server

Syntax

mapping-server [prefix ip-address[/mask]] [index index] [scope {as | area [area-id]}]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ospf mapping-server)

Full Context

show router ospf mapping-server

Description

This command displays OSPFv2 mapping server information.

Parameters

ip-address[/mask]

Displays information associated with the specified IP address.

Values

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

mask: 0 to 32

index

Specifies the Node-SID index value for the generated SID or label binding TLV.

Values

0 to 4294967295

area-id

Specifies the area ID.

Values

ip-address | 0 to 4294967295

Platforms

All

mappings

mappings

Syntax

mappings svc service-id [sf-ip ip-address | ipv6-address] [esi esi] [state map-state]

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt>isa-svc-chain mappings)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt isa-service-chaining mappings

Description

This command shows reachability details for the SF in the specified EVPN instance. This information is gathered from the EVPN routes learned from the peer.

Parameters

service-id

Displays information about the specified service ID.

Values

1 to 2147483647

ip-address

Displays information about the specified IPv4 address up to 64 characters.

ipv6-address

Displays information about the specified IPv6 address up to 64 characters.

esi

Displays information about the specified the ESI value.

Values

10-byte Ethernet Segment Identifier

00-11-22-33-44-55-66-77-88-99 with

any of these separators ('-',':',' ')

map-state

Displays map state status.

Values

resolved, unresolved

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of service chaining mapping information.

Output Example
show subscriber-mgmt isa-service-chaining mappings svc 111
=====================================================================
ISA Service Chaining - Mappings for EVPN 111
=====================================================================
IP-mappings
           MAC                Vni       Vtep
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
160.0.0.7
           00:00:01:00:00:01  1         5.20.1.12
170.0.0.7
           00:00:02:00:00:01  1         5.20.1.12
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ESI-mappings
                              Vni       Vtep
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
24:23:2c:2e:2f:36:2e:4d:1b:4c
                              1         5.20.1.12
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of mappings: 3
Table 11. Service Chaining Mappings Field Descriptions

Label

Description

IP-mappings

The IP address

MAC

The MAC address of the IP mappings

Vni

The VXLAN network identifier

Vtep

The VXLAN tunnel endpoint

ESI-mappings

The Ethernet Segment Identifier MAC address

No. of mappings

The total number of mappings for the EVPN ID.

match-criteria-overload

match-criteria-overload

Syntax

match-criteria-overload

match-criteria-overload card slot-number fp fp-number

match-criteria-overload card slot-number fp fp-number network network-policy-id direction direction

match-criteria-overload card slot-number fp fp-number sap-egress policy-id

match-criteria-overload card slot-number fp fp-number sap-ingress policy-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>qos match-criteria-overload)

Full Context

tools dump qos match-criteria-overload

Description

This command, when used without parameters, allows the operator to identify QoS match-criteria memory banks with one or more policies in overload in the system by slot number, FP number, type (IP-MAC or IPv6), SAP ingress, SAP egress, network, and direction (ingress or egress).

This command, when used with the card and fp parameters, lists the QoS policy with match criteria in overload on a specified FP when the optional parameters slot-number and fp-number are specified.

This command, when used with the network, sap-egress, or sap-ingress parameters, displays the match-criteria entries not programmed for a specified QoS policy due to an overload condition.

Parameters

card slot-number

Specifies the IOM slot number for the overload command.

Values

1 to 10

fp fp-number

Specifies the FP number.

Values

1 to 8

network network-policy-id

Specifies the network policy ID.

Values

1 to 65538

direction direction

Specifies the memory bank ingress or egress direction.

Values

ingress or egress

sap-egress policy-id

Specifies the SAP policy ID.

Values

1 to 65535

sap-ingress policy-id

Specifies the SAP policy ID.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of filter overload status.

Output Example
*A:Dut# tools dump qos match-criteria-overload
=====================================
QoS Match Criteria Status Overload
=====================================
Slot  FP  Direction             Type
-------------------------------------
1     1   Ingress               ip-mac
=====================================

The following output is an example with card and fp parameters only.

Output Example
*A:Dut# tools dump qos match-criteria-overload card 1 fp 1
====================================================================
QoS Match Criteria Status Overload
====================================================================
Slot  FP  Access/Network  Direction  Type  Policy         # Entries
--------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1   Access          Ingress    ip    5                      5
====================================================================

The following output is an example with card, fp, {network or sap-egress or sap-ingress} parameters only.

Output Example
A:Dut# tools dump qos match-criteria-overload card 1 fp 1 sap-ingress 5
================================================
QoS Sap Ingress Match Criteria Status Overload
================================================
Slot  FP  Type  Policy                    Entry
------------------------------------------------
1     1   IPv4  5                          1001
1     1   IPv4  5                          1002
================================================

match-list

match-list

Syntax

match-list

Context

[Tree] (show>filter match-list)

Full Context

show filter match-list

Description

Commands in this context display information for match lists used in filter policies (IOM/FP and CPM).

Platforms

All

match-list

Syntax

match-list

Context

[Tree] (show>qos match-list)

Full Context

show qos match-list

Description

Commands in this context display match-list information.

Platforms

All

mc-ecmp-balance

mc-ecmp-balance

Syntax

mc-ecmp-balance [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pim mc-ecmp-balance)

Full Context

show router pim mc-ecmp-balance

Description

This command displays multicast balance information.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of PIM mc-ecmp-balance information.

Output Example
A:ALA-48>config>router>pim# show router pim mc-ecmp-balance
===============================================================================
PIM ECMP Balance
===============================================================================
MC-ECMP-Balance                   : Disabled
Rebalance in progress             : No
Last Rebalance Time               : 11/13/2007 09:03:10
Rebalance Type                    : Unknown
Optional Threshold Used           : 0
Mc Ecmp Balance Hold Time         : None
===============================================================================
A:ALA-48>config>router>pim# 

mc-ecmp-rebalance

mc-ecmp-rebalance

Syntax

mc-ecmp-rebalance [ecmp-opt-threshold]

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>pim mc-ecmp-rebalance)

Full Context

tools perform router pim mc-ecmp-rebalance

Description

This command triggers an immediate rebalance, regardless if the hold timer has triggered or if any changes have occurred.

Parameters

ecmp-opt-threshold

Forces a rebalance of all multicast streams with a priority equal or less then the specified value.

Specifying the value of 7 forces all multicast streams to be re-balanced regardless of the configured value.

Values

1 to 7

Platforms

All

mc-endpoint

mc-endpoint

Syntax

mc-endpoint peer ip-address

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-endpoint)

Full Context

tools dump redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint

Description

This command dumps multi-chassis endpoint information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the peer’s IP address.

Platforms

All

mc-endpoint

Syntax

mc-endpoint peer ip-address

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-endpoint)

Full Context

tools dump redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint

Description

This command dumps multi-chassis endpoint information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the peer’s IP address.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of multi-chassis peer endpoint information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# tools dump redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint peer 10.1.1.3 
MC Endpoint Peer Info
    peer addr                    : 10.1.1.3
    peer name                    : Dut-C
    peer name refs               : 1
    src addr conf                : Yes
    source addr                  : 10.1.1.2
    num of mcep                  : 1
    num of non-mcep              : 0
    own sess num                 : 58ba0d39
    mc admin state               : Up
    tlv own mc admin state       : Up
    tlv peer mc admin state      : Up
    reachable                    : Yes

    own sys priority             : 50
    own sys id                   : 00:03:fa:72:c3:c0
    peer sys priority            : 21
    peer sys id                  : 00:03:fa:c6:31:f8
    master                       : No

    conf boot timer              : 300
    boot timer active            : No 
    conf ka intv                 : 10
    conf hold on num of fail     : 3
    tlv own ka intv              : 10
    tlv peer ka intv             : 10
    ka timeout tmr active        : Yes
    ka timeout tmr intvl         : 20
    ka timeout tmr time left     : 4
    peer ka intv                 : 10
    mc peer timed out            : No

    initial peer conf rx         : Yes
    peer-mc disabled             : No
    initial peer conf sync       : Yes
    peer conf sync               : Yes

    own passive mode             : Disable
    peer passive mode            : No

    retransmit pending           : No
    non-mcep retransmit pending  : No
    retransmit intvl             : 5
    last tx time                 : 1437130
    last rx time                 : 1437156

    own bfd                      : Enable
    peer bfd                     : Enable
    bfd vrtr if                  : 2
    bfd handle                   : 1
    bfd state                    : 3
    bfd code                     : 0

*A:Dut-B#

mc-endpoint

Syntax

mc-endpoint statistics

mc-endpoint peer [ip-address] statistics

mc-endpoint endpoint [mcep-id] statistics

mc-endpoint peer [ip-address]

Context

[Tree] (show>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-endpoint)

Full Context

show redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint

Description

This command displays multi-chassis endpoint information.

Parameters

statistics

Displays the global statistics for the MC endpoint.

peer

Displays information for a single peer.

ip-address

Specifies the IP address of multi-chassis end-point peer.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x – [0 to FFFF] H

  • d – [0 to 255] D

endpoint

Displays multi-chassis endpoint information.

mcep-id

Specifies the multi-chassis endpoint.

Values

1 to 4294967295

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of multi-chassis endpoint information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint statistics 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis Endpoint Global Statistics
===============================================================================
Packets Rx                                  : 533                              
Packets Rx Keepalive                        : 522                              
Packets Rx Config                           : 3                                
Packets Rx Peer Config                      : 1                                
Packets Rx State                            : 7                                
Packets Dropped Keep-Alive Task             : 7                                
Packets Dropped Too Short                   : 0                                
Packets Dropped Verify Failed               : 0                                
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid Size            : 0                                
Packets Dropped Out Of Seq                  : 0                                
Packets Dropped Unknown Tlv                 : 0                                
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid MC-Endpoint Id  : 0                                
Packets Dropped MD5                         : 0                                
Packets Dropped Unknown Peer                : 0                                
Packets Dropped MC Endpoint No Peer         : 0                                
Packets Tx                                  : 26099                            
Packets Tx Keepalive                        : 8221                             
Packets Tx Config                           : 2                                
Packets Tx Peer Config                      : 17872                            
Packets Tx State                            : 4                                
Packets Tx Failed                           : 0                                
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-B# 

*A:Dut-B# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint peer 10.1.1.3 statistics 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-Endpoint Statistics
===============================================================================
Peer Addr                         : 10.1.1.3                                    
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Packets Rx                        : 597                                        
Packets Rx Keepalive              : 586                                        
Packets Rx Config                 : 3                                          
Packets Rx Peer Config            : 1                                          
Packets Rx State                  : 7                                          
Packets Dropped State Disabled    : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Packets Too Short : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid Size  : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid LagId : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Out of Seq        : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Unknown Tlv       : 0                                          
Packets Dropped MD5               : 0                                          
Packets Tx                        : 636                                        
Packets Tx Keepalive              : 600                                        
Packets Tx Peer Config            : 30                                         
Packets Tx Failed                 : 0                                          
Packets Dropped No Peer           : 0                                          
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-B# 

*A:Dut-B# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint  endpoint 1 statistics 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis Endpoint Statistics
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
MC-Endpoint Id 1
===============================================================================
Packets Rx Config                 : 3                                          
Packets Rx State                  : 7                                          
Packets Tx Config                 : 2                                          
Packets Tx State                  : 4                                          
Packets Tx Failed                 : 0                                          
===============================================================================
Number of Entries 1
===============================================================================

mc-endpoint

Syntax

mc-endpoint endpoint [mcep-id] statistics

mc-endpoint statistics

mc-endpoint peer [ip-address] statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-endpoint)

Full Context

clear redundancy multi-chassis mc-endpoint

Description

This command clears multi-chassis endpoint statistics.

Parameters

mcep-id

Clears information for the specified multi-chassis endpoint ID.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ip-address

Clears information for the specified peer IP address.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x – [0 to FFFF] H

  • d – [0 to 255] D

statistics

Clears statistics for this multi-chassis endpoint.

Platforms

All

mc-ipsec

mc-ipsec

Syntax

mc-ipsec peer ip-address domain ipsec-domain-id

mc-ipsec peer ip-address tunnel-group tunnel-group-id

mc-ipsec peer ip-address

Context

[Tree] (show>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-ipsec)

Full Context

show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec

Description

This command displays the 7750 SR IPsec multi-chassis states. Optionally, only the state of the specified tunnel-group is displayed.

Parameters

ipsec-domain-id

Specifies the IPsec domain ID.

ip-address

Specifies the peer address.

tunnel-group-id

Specifies the tunnel-group.

Platforms

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

Output

Show MC-IPsec Peer Output Fields describes show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec output fields.

Table 12. Show MC-IPsec Peer Output Fields

Label

Description

Peer Name

The name of the peer.

Peer Addr

The IP address of the peer.

Keep Alive Intvl

The interval at which keepalive messages are exchanged.

Hold on Nbr Fail

The number keep-alives lost before declaring the peer as failed to reach.

Discovery Intvl

The duration of the discovery interval.

Discovery Boot Intvl

The duration of the discovery boot interval.

BFD

Bi-directional forward enabled or disabled.

Last update

The date and time of the last update.

ID

The tunnel group table ID.

Peer Group

The peer group ID.

Priority

The priority for the IPsec domain.

Admin State

The administrative state of the tunnel group.

Mastership/Master State

The current mastership state.

Protection Status

Displays nominal or notReady.

notReady means the system is not ready for a switchover. There could be major traffic impact if switchover happens in the case of notReady.

nominal means the tunnel-group is in a better situation to switchover than notReady. However, there still might be traffic impact.

Installed

The number of tunnels that have been successfully installed on MS-ISA.

Installing

The number of tunnels that are being installed on MS-ISA.

Awaiting Config

The number of synchronized tunnels that do not have a corresponding configuration ready.

Failed

The number of tunnels that failed to be installed on MS-ISA.

Active Tunnel-Group

The specific active tunnel group.

Peer Ex Tnl Grp

The external tunnel group.

Priority

The priority of the tunnel-group

Oper State

The operational state

Installed

The number of tunnels that have been successfully installed

Installing

The number of tunnels that are being installed

Awaiting Config

The number of synchronized tunnels that do not have a corresponding configuration ready

Failed

The number of tunnels that failed to be installed

Output Example
show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec peer 10.2.2.2 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-IPsec
===============================================================================
Peer Name       : (Not Specified)
Peer Addr       : 10.2.2.2             
Keep Alive Intvl: 1.0 secs            Hold on Nbr Fail     : 3
Discovery Intvl : 300 secs            Discovery Boot Intvl : 300 secs
BFD             : Disable             
Last update     : 09/27/2012 00:44:23 

======================================================================
Multi-Chassis IPsec Multi Active Tunnel-Group Table
======================================================================
ID             Peer Group     Priority  Admin State    Mastership
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1              2              100       Up             standby
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Multi Active Tunnel Group Entries found: 1
======================================================================


show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec peer 10.2.2.2 tunnel-group 1 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-IPsec Multi Active Tunnel-Group: 1
===============================================================================
Peer Ex Tnl Grp : 2                   Priority             : 100
Master State    : standby             Protection Status    : nominal
Admin State     : Up                  Oper State           : Up
===============================================================================
======================================================================
Multi-Chassis Tunnel Statistics
======================================================================
                              Static              Dynamic
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Installed                     1                   0
Installing                    0                   0
Awaiting Config               0                   0
Failed                        0                   0
======================================================================

mc-ipsec

Syntax

mc-ipsec peer ip-address tunnel-group tunnel-group-id

mc-ipsec peer ip-address

Context

[Tree] (show>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-ipsec)

Full Context

show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec

Description

This command displays the 7750 SR IPsec multi-chassis states. Optionally, only state of specified tunnel-group will be displayed.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the peer address.

tunnel-group-id

Specifies the tunnel-group.

Platforms

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

Output

Show MC-IPsec Peer Output Fields describes show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec output fields.

Table 13. Show MC-IPsec Peer Output Fields

Label

Description

Admin State

Displays the admin state of mc-ipsec.

Mastership/Master State

Displays the current MIMP state.

Protection Status

Displays nominal or notReady.

notReady means the system is not ready for a switchover. There could be major traffic impact if switchover happens in case of notReady.

nominal means the tunnel-group is in a better situation to switchover than notReady. However there still might be traffic impact.

Installed

Displays the number of tunnels that has been successfully installed on MS-ISA

Installing

Displays the number of tunnels that are being installed on MS-ISA.

Awaiting Config

Displays the number of synced tunnels that do not have corresponding configuration ready

Failed

Displays the number of tunnels that failed to be installed on MS-ISA.

Output Example
show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec peer 10.2.2.2 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-IPsec
===============================================================================
Peer Name       : (Not Specified)
Peer Addr       : 10.2.2.2             
Keep Alive Intvl: 1.0 secs            Hold on Nbr Fail     : 3
Discovery Intvl : 300 secs            Discovery Boot Intvl : 300 secs
BFD             : Disable             
Last update     : 09/27/2012 00:44:23 

======================================================================
Multi-Chassis IPsec Multi Active Tunnel-Group Table
======================================================================
ID             Peer Group     Priority  Admin State    Mastership
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1              2              100       Up             standby
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Multi Active Tunnel Group Entries found: 1
======================================================================


show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec peer 10.2.2.2 tunnel-group 1 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-IPsec Multi Active Tunnel-Group: 1
===============================================================================
Peer Ex Tnl Grp : 2                   Priority             : 100
Master State    : standby             Protection Status    : nominal
Admin State     : Up                  Oper State           : Up
===============================================================================
======================================================================
Multi-Chassis Tunnel Statistics
======================================================================
                              Static              Dynamic
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Installed                     1                   0
Installing                    0                   0
Awaiting Config               0                   0
Failed                        0                   0
======================================================================

mc-ipsec

Syntax

mc-ipsec

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-ipsec)

Full Context

tools perform redundancy multi-chassis mc-ipsec

Description

Commands in this context provide 7750 SR mc-ipsec tools.

Platforms

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

mc-lag

mc-lag

Syntax

mc-lag peer ip-address [lag lag-id]

mc-lag [peer ip-address [lag lag-id]] statistics

Context

[Tree] (show>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-lag)

Full Context

show redundancy multi-chassis mc-lag

Description

This command displays multi-chassis LAG information.

Parameters

lag-id

Shows information for the specified LAG identifier.

Values

1 to 800

ip-address

Shows peer information about the specified IP address.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x – [0 to FFFF] H

  • d – [0 to 255] D

statistics

Displays multi-chassis statistics.

Platforms

All

Output

See the following sections for show command output:

The following output is an example of mc-lag peer information, and Redundancy Multi-chassis MC-Lag Peer Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

MC-Lag Peer Output Example
A:subscr_mgt# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-lag peer 10.10.10.30 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-Lag Peer 10.10.10.30
===============================================================================
Last Changed    : 01/23/2007 18:20:13                                          
Admin State     : Up                  Oper State           : Up                
KeepAlive       : 10 deci-seconds     Hold On Ngbr Failure : 3                 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lag Id Lacp Key Remote Lag Id System Id          Sys Prio Last Changed       
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      1        1             00:00:00:00:00:01  1        01/23/2007 18:20:13
2      2        2             00:00:00:00:00:02  2        01/24/2007 08:53:48
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of LAGs : 2
===============================================================================
A:subscr_mgt#
A:subscr_mgt# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-lag peer 10.10.10.30 lag 1 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-Lag Peer 10.10.10.30
===============================================================================
Last Changed    : 01/23/2007 18:20:13                                          
Admin State     : Up                  Oper State           : Up                
KeepAlive       : 10 deci-seconds     Hold On Ngbr Failure : 3                 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lag Id Lacp Key Remote Lag Id System Id          Sys Prio Last Changed       
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      1        1             00:00:00:00:00:01  1        01/23/2007 18:20:13
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of LAGs : 1
===============================================================================
A:subscr_mgt#
Table 14. Redundancy Multi-chassis MC-Lag Peer Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Last Changed

Displays date and time of the last mc-lag peer.

Admin State

Displays the administrative state of the mc-lag peer.

Oper State

Displays the operation state of the mc-lag peer.

KeepAlive

Displays the length of time to keep alive the mg-lag peer.

Hold On Ngbr Failure

Specifies how many "keepalive” intervals the standby SR will wait for packets from the active node before assuming a redundant-neighbor node failure.

The following output is an example of multi-chassis mc-lag peer statistics information, and Redundancy Multi-chassis MC-Lag Peer Statistics Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

MC-Lag Peer Statistics Output Example
A:subscr_mgt# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-lag statistics 
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis Statistics
===============================================================================
Packets Rx                        : 52535                                      
Packets Rx Keepalive              : 52518                                      
Packets Rx Config                 : 2                                          
Packets Rx Peer Config            : 4                                          
Packets Rx State                  : 6                                          
Packets Dropped KeepaliveTask     : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Packet Too Short  : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Verify Failed     : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid Size  : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Out of Seq        : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Unknown Tlv       : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid LagId : 0                                          
Packets Dropped MD5               : 0                                          
Packets Dropped Unknown Peer      : 0                                          
Packets Tx                        : 52583                                      
Packets Tx Keepalive              : 52519                                      
Packets Tx Config                 : 2                                          
Packets Tx Peer Config            : 54                                         
Packets Tx State                  : 8                                          
Packets Tx Failed                 : 0                                          
===============================================================================
A:subscr_mgt#

B:Dut-B# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-lag peer 10.10.10.2 statistics
===============================================================================
Multi-Chassis Statistics, Peer 10.10.10.2
===============================================================================
Packets Rx                        : 231
Packets Rx Keepalive              : 216
Packets Rx Config                 : 1
Packets Rx Peer Config            : 2
Packets Rx State                  : 12
Packets Dropped State Disabled    : 0
Packets Dropped Packets Too Short : 0
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid Size  : 0
Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid LagId : 0
Packets Dropped Out of Seq        : 0
Packets Dropped Unknown Tlv       : 0
Packets Dropped MD5               : 0
Packets Tx                        : 235
Packets Tx Keepalive              : 216
Packets Tx Peer Config            : 3
Packets Tx Failed                 : 0
===============================================================================
B:Dut-B#
Table 15. Redundancy Multi-chassis MC-Lag Peer Statistics Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Packets Rx

Indicates the number of MC-Lag packets received from the peer.

Packets Rx Keepalive

Indicates the number of MC-Lag keepalive packets received from the peer.

Packets Rx Config

Indicates the number of received MC-Lag configured packets from the peer.

Packets Rx Peer Config

Indicates the number of received MC-Lag packets configured by the peer.

Packets Rx State

Indicates the number of MC-Lag "lag” state packets received from the peer.

Packets Dropped State Disabled

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the peer was administratively disabled.

Packets Dropped Packets Too Short

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the packet was too short.

Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid Size

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the packet size was invalid.

Packets Dropped Tlv Invalid LagId

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the packet referred to an invalid or non multi-chassis lag.

Packets Dropped Out of Seq

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the packet size was out of sequence.

Packets Dropped Unknown Tlv

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the packet contained an unknown TLV.

Packets Dropped MD5

Indicates the number of packets that were dropped because the packet failed MD5 authentication.

Packets Tx

Indicates the number of packets transmitted from this system to the peer.

Packets Tx Keepalive

Indicates the number of keepalive packets transmitted from this system to the peer.

Packets Tx Peer Config

Indicates the number of configured packets transmitted from this system to the peer.

Packets Tx Failed

Indicates the number of packets that failed to be transmitted from this system to the peer.

mc-lag

Syntax

mc-lag [peer ip-address [lag lag-id]]

Context

[Tree] (clear>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-lag)

Full Context

clear redundancy multi-chassis mc-lag

Description

This command clears multi-chassis Link Aggregation Group (LAG) information.

Parameters

ip-address

Clears the specified address of the multi-chassis peer.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x – [0 to FFFF] H

  • d – [0 to 255] D

lag-id

Clears the specified LAG on this system.

Values

1 to 200

Platforms

All

mc-ring

mc-ring

Syntax

mc-ring

mc-ring peer ip-address [ring sync-tag]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-ring)

Full Context

tools dump redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring

Description

This command dumps multi-chassis ring information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the peer IP address.

sync-tag

Specifies the ring’s synchronization tag created in the config>redundancy>mc>peer>mcr> ring context. The tag can be up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

mc-ring

Syntax

mc-ring peer ip-address statistics

mc-ring peer ip-address [ring sync-tag [detail | statistics]]

mc-ring peer ip-address ring sync-tag ring-node [ring-node-name [detail | statistics] ]

mc-ring global-statistics

Context

[Tree] (show>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-ring)

Full Context

show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring

Description

This command displays multi-chassis ring information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the address of the multi-chassis peer to display.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x: [0 to FFFF] H

  • d: [0 to 255] D

sync-tag

Specifies a synchronization tag to be displayed that was used while synchronizing this port with the multi-chassis peer up to 32 characters.

ring-node-name

Specifies a ring-node name up to 32 characters.

global-statistics

Displays global statistics for the multi-chassis ring.

detail

Displays detailed peer information for the multi-chassis ring.

Platforms

All

Output

See the following output examples:

Output Example: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> ring <sync-tag> detail
*A:ALA-48# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer 10.0.0.2 ring ring11 detail
==============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-Ring Detailed Information
==============================================================================
Peer           : 10.0.0.2
Sync Tag       : ring11
Port ID        : 1/1/3
Admin State    : inService
Oper State     : connected
Admin Change   : 01/07/2008 21:40:07
Oper Change    : 01/07/2008 21:40:24
Last Debounce  : 02/15/2008 09:28:42
Debounce Period: 0d 00:00:00
Failure Reason : None
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
In Band Control Path
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Service ID     : 10
Interface Name : to_an1
Oper State     : connected
Dest IP        : 10.10.0.2
Src  IP        : 10.10.0.1
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VLAN Map B Path Provisioned
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
range 13-13
range 17-17
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VLAN Map Excluded Path Provisioned
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
range 18-18
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VLAN Map B Path Operational
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
range 13-13
range 17-17
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VLAN Map Excluded Path Operational
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
range 18-18
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48# 


*A:ALA-48>show>redundancy>multi-chassis# mc-ring peer 192.168.10.104
==============================================================================
MC Ring entries
==============================================================================
Sync Tag                         Oper State      Failure Reason
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MC Ring entries: 0
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48# 


*A:ALA-48# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer 10.0.0.2
=============================================================================
MC Ring entries
==============================================================================
Sync Tag                         Oper State      Failure Reason
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ring11                           connected       None
ring12                           shutdown        None
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MC Ring entries: 4
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48# 


*A:ALA-48# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer 10.0.0.2 ring ring11 ring-
node an1 detail
==============================================================================
Multi-Chassis MC-Ring Node Detailed Information
==============================================================================
Peer           : 10.0.0.2
Sync Tag       : ring11
Node Name      : an1
Oper State Loc : connected
Oper State Rem : notTested
In Use         : True
Admin Change   : 01/07/2008 21:40:07
Oper Change    : 01/07/2008 21:40:25
Failure Reason : None
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ring Node Connectivity Verification
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Admin State    : inService
Service ID     : 11
VLAN Tag       : 11
Dest IP        : 10.11.3.1
Src  IP        : None
Interval       : 1 minutes
Src MAC        : None
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48# 


*A:ALA-48# show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer 10.0.0.2 ring ring11 ring-node
==============================================================================
MC Ring Node entries
==============================================================================
Name                             Loc Oper St.      Failure Reason
  In Use                           Rem Oper St.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
an1                              connected         None
  Yes                              notTested
an2                              connected         None
  Yes                              notTested
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of MC Ring Node entries: 2
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48# 
Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> ring

Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> ring describes the output fields for the show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> ring command.

Table 16. Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> ring

Label

Description

Sync Tag

Displays the synchronization tag that was used while synchronizing this port with the multi-chassis peer.

Oper State

noPeer — The peer has no corresponding ring configured.

connected — The in-band control connection with the peer is operational.

broken — The in-band control connection with the peer has timed out.

conflict — The in-band control connection with the peer has timed out but the physical connection is still OK; the failure of the in-band signaling connection is caused by a misconfiguration. For example, a conflict between the configuration of this system and its peer, or a misconfiguration on one of the ring access node systems.

testingRing — The in-band control connection with the peer is being set up. Waiting for result.

waitingForPeer — Verifying if this ring is configured on the peer.

configErr — The ring is administratively up, but a configuration error prevents it from operating properly.

halfBroken — The in-band control connection indicates that the ring is broken in one direction (towards the peer).

localBroken — The in-band control connection with the peer is known to be broken due to local failure or local administrative action.

shutdown — The ring is shutdown.

Failure Reason

Displays the failure reason.

Last Debounce

Displays the last time that the debounce mechanism (protecting the router from overload situations in case of a flapping ring) was activated.

Debounce Period

Displays the duration that the debounce mechanism was in action since the "Last Debounce”.

Output Example: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> statistics
*A:ALA-48>show>redundancy>multi-chassis# mc-ring peer 192.168.10.104 statistics
==============================================================================
MC Ring statistics for peer 192.168.10.104
==============================================================================
Message                                              Received     Transmitted
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MCS ID Request                                       0            0
MCS ID Response                                      0            0
Ring Exists Request                                  0            0
Ring Exists Response                                 0            0
Keepalive                                            0            0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total                                                0            0
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48>show>redundancy>multi-chassis#

Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> statistics

Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> statistics describes the output fields for the show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> statistics command.

Table 17. Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring peer <ip-address> statistics

Label

Description

Message

Displays the message type.

Received

Indicates the number of valid MC-Ring signaling messages received from the peer.

Transmitted

Indicates the number of valid MC-Ring signaling messages transmitted from the peer.

MCS ID Request

Displays the number of valid MCS ID requests were received from the peer.

MCS ID Response

Displays the number of valid MCS ID responses were received from the peer.

Ring Exists Request

Displays the number of valid 'ring exists' requests were received from the peer.

Ring Exists Response

Displays the number of valid ring exists' responses were received from the peer.

Keepalive

Displays the number of valid MC-Ring control packets of type 'keepalive' were received from the peer.

Output Example: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring global-statistics
*A:ALA-48>show>redundancy>multi-chassis# mc-ring global-statistics
==============================================================================
Global MC Ring statistics
==============================================================================
Rx                           : 0
Rx Too Short                 : 0
Rx Wrong Authentication      : 0
Rx Invalid TLV               : 0
Rx Incomplete                : 0
Rx Unknown Type              : 0
Rx Unknown Peer              : 0
Rx Unknown Ring              : 0
Rx Unknown Ring Node         : 0
Tx                           : 36763
Tx No Buffer                 : 0
Tx Transmission Failed       : 0
Tx Unknown Destination       : 0
Missed Configuration Events  : 0
Missed BFD Events            : 0
==============================================================================
*A:ALA-48>show>redundancy>multi-chassis#
Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring ring-node

Output Fields: Show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring ring-node describes the output fields for the mc-ring ring-node command.

Table 18. Output Fields: Show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring ring-node

Label

Description

Oper State

Displays the state of the connection verification (both local and remote).

notProvisioned — Connection verification is not provisioned.

configErr — Connection verification is provisioned but a configuration error prevents it from operating properly.

notTested — Connection verification is administratively disabled or is not possible in the current situation.

testing — Connection Verification is active, but no results are yet available.

connected — The ring node is reachable.

disconnected — Connection verification has timed out.

In Use

Displays "True” if the ring node is referenced on an e-pipe or as an inter-dest-id on a static host or dynamic lease.

Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring global-statistics

Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring global-statistics describes the output fields for the show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring global statistics command.

Table 19. Output Fields: show redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring global-statistics

Label

Description

Rx

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system.

Rx Too Short

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system that were too short.

Rx Wrong Authentication

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system with invalid authentication.

Rx Invalid TLV

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system with invalid TLV.

Rx Incomplete

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system that were incomplete.

Rx Unknown Type

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system that were of unknown type.

Rx Unknown Peer

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system that were related to an unknown peer.

Rx Unknown Ring

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system that were related to an unknown ring.

Rx Unknown Ring Node

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were received by this system that were related to an unknown ring node.

Tx

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets were transmitted by this system.

Tx No Buffer

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets could not be transmitted by this system due to a lack of packet buffers.

Tx Transmission Failed

Displays the number of MC-ring signaling packets could not be transmitted by this system due to a transmission failure.

Tx Unknown Destination

Displays the number of MC-ring 'unknown destination' signaling packets were transmitted by this system.

Missed Configuration Events

Displays the number of missed configuration events on this system.

Missed BFD Events

Displays the number of missed BFD events on this system.

mc-ring

Syntax

mc-ring

Context

[Tree] (clear>redundancy>multi-chassis mc-ring)

Full Context

clear redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring

Description

This command clears multi-chassis ring data.

Platforms

All

mc-ring

Syntax

mc-ring peer ip-address ring sync-tag

Context

[Tree] (show>service>sap-using mc-ring)

Full Context

show service sap-using mc-ring

Description

This command displays SAP information for a specific MC-RING.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

ipv4-address: a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

  • x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d

  • x – [0 to FFFF] H

  • d – [0 to 255] D

sync-tag

Specifies the ring’s synchronization tag, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

mcac

mcac

Syntax

mcac

Context

[Tree] (clear>router mcac)

Full Context

clear router mcac

Description

Commands in this context clear and reset Multicast Connection Admission Control (MCAC) statistics.

Platforms

All

mcac

Syntax

mcac

Context

[Tree] (show>router mcac)

Full Context

show router mcac

Description

Commands in this context display multicast CAC related information.

Platforms

All

mcast-ipv4

mcast-ipv4

Syntax

mcast-ipv4 [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [brief] [all]

mcast-ipv4 [aspath-regex reg-exp] hunt [community comm-id] [brief] [all]

mcast-ipv4 [detail | longer] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [all]

Context

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

Full Context

show router bgp routes mcast-ipv4

Description

This command displays BGP multicast IPv4 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

brief

Displays the BGP multicast IPv4 route information in a brief format.

all

Displays all output for imported routes.

Platforms

All

mcast-ipv6

mcast-ipv6

Syntax

mcast-ipv6 [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [brief] [all]

mcast-ipv6 [aspath-regex reg-exp] hunt [community comm-id] [brief] [all]

mcast-ipv6 [detail | longer] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [community comm-id] [all]

Context

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

Full Context

show router bgp routes mcast-ipv6

Description

This command displays BGP multicast IPv6 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

brief

Displays the BGP multicast IPv6 route information in a brief format.

all

Displays all output for imported routes.

Platforms

All

mcast-join-synch

mcast-join-synch

Syntax

mcast-join-synch [hunt | detail] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [tag tag] [next-hop next-hop] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [originator-ip ip-address | ipv6-address]

Context

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

Full Context

show router bgp routes evpn mcast-join-synch

Description

This command displays BGP-EVPN multicast join sync routes.

Parameters

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

detail

Displays detailed information.

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

comm-id

Specifies the community ID, up to 72 characters.

Values

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

where:

  • as-num — 0 to 65535

  • comm-val — 0 to 65535

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

    where:

    • as-number1 — 0 to 65535

    • comm-val1 — 0 to 65535

    • type — target, origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • comm-val2 — 0 to 4294967295

    • as-number2 — 0 to 4294967295

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

tag

Specifies the multicast join sync route tag.

Values

0to 4294967295 | MAX-ET

next-hop

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 BGP next-hop address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

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

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

reg-exp

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

ip-address | ipv6-address

Specifies the originator IPv4 or IPv6 address, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

All

mcast-leave-synch

mcast-leave-synch

Syntax

mcast-leave-synch [hunt | detail] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [tag tag] [next-hop next-hop] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [originator-ip ip-address | ipv6-address]

Context

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

Full Context

show router bgp routes evpn mcast-leave-synch

Description

This command displays BGP-EVPN multicast leave sync routes.

Parameters

hunt

Displays entries for the specified route.

detail

Displays detailed information.

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

comm-id

Specifies the community ID, up to 72 characters.

Values

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

where:

  • as-num — 0 to 65535

  • comm-val — 0 to 65535

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

    where:

    • as-number1 — 0 to 65535

    • comm-val1 — 0 to 65535

    • type — target, origin

    • ip-address — a.b.c.d

    • comm-val2 — 0 to 4294967295

    • as-number2 — 0 to 4294967295

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

tag

Specifies the multicast leave sync route tag.

Values

0to 4294967295 | MAX-ET

next-hop

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 BGP next-hop address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

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

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

reg-exp

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

ip-address | ipv6-address

Specifies the originator IPv4 or IPv6 address, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

All

mcast-management

mcast-management

Syntax

mcast-management

Context

[Tree] (clear mcast-management)

Full Context

clear mcast-management

Description

Commands in this context clear the multicast management status.

Platforms

All

mcast-management

Syntax

mcast-management

Context

[Tree] (show mcast-management)

Full Context

show mcast-management

Description

This command shows multicast path management related information.

Platforms

All

mcast-path-mgr

mcast-path-mgr

Syntax

mcast-path-mgr cpm [unmanaged]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump mcast-path-mgr)

Full Context

tools dump mcast-path-mgr

Description

This command dumps multicast path manager CPM information.

Parameters

unmanaged

Displays multicast path manager unmanaged and Multiple MAC Registration Protocol information.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-1x-48D, 7750 SR-1x-92S, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS, VSR

Output

The following output is an example of CPM information.

Output Example
*A:PE-1# tools dump mcast-path-mgr cpm
===============================================================================
Slot: 5 Complex: 0
===============================================================================
PATH:                                     PLANE:
Type SGs     InUseBW   AvailBW   TotalBw  ID   SGs   InUseBW  AvailBW   TotalBw
P      7       28040         -         -  17     7     28040  1971960   2000000
P      7       28047         -         -  16     7     28047  1971953   2000000
P      7       28047         -         -  18     7     28047  1971953   2000000
P      6       24075         -         -  19     6     24075  1975925   2000000
P      6       24075         -         -  20     6     24075  1975925   2000000
P      6       24097         -         -  21     6     24097  1975903   2000000
P      7       28076         -         -  22     7     28076  1971924   2000000
P      7       28043         -         -  23     7     28043  1971957   2000000
P      7       28018         -         -  24     7     28018  1971982   2000000
P      7       28036         -         -  25     7     28036  1971964   2000000
P      7       28036         -         -  26     7     28036  1971964   2000000
P      6       24042         -         -  27     6     24042  1975958   2000000
P      6       24053         -         -  28     6     24053  1975947   2000000
P      7       28047         -         -  29     7     28047  1971953   2000000
P      7       28080         -         -  30     7     28080  1971920   2000000
S      0           0         -         -  31     0         0  1800000   1800000
B      0           0         -         -   -     -         -        -         -
*A:PE-1#

mcast-reporting-dest

mcast-reporting-dest

Syntax

mcast-reporting-dest [mcast-reporting-dest-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>mcast-mgmt mcast-reporting-dest)

Full Context

show mcast-management mcast-reporting-dest

Description

This command displays multicast path management reporting destination information.

Parameters

mcast-reporting-dest-name

Specifies the multicast reporting destination name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

mcast-reporting-dest

Syntax

mcast-reporting-dest [mcast-reporting-dest-name]

Context

[Tree] (clear>mcast-mgmt mcast-reporting-dest)

Full Context

clear mcast-management mcast-reporting-dest

Description

This command clears multicast reporting destination statistics.

Parameters

mcast-reporting-dest-name

Specifies the multicast reporting destination name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

mcast-reporting-statistics

mcast-reporting-statistics

Syntax

mcast-reporting-statistics ip-address

Context

[Tree] (show>router>igmp mcast-reporting-statistics)

Full Context

show router igmp mcast-reporting-statistics

Description

This command displays IGMP multicast reporting statistics.

Parameters

ip-address

Displays the information associated with the specified IP address.

Platforms

All

mcast-reporting-statistics

Syntax

mcast-reporting-statistics [ip-address]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>igmp mcast-reporting-statistics)

Full Context

clear router igmp mcast-reporting-statistics

Description

This command clears IGMP multicast reporting statistics.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

Platforms

All

mcast-umh-red

mcast-umh-red

Syntax

mcast-umh-red pair-id

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router mcast-umh-red)

Full Context

tools dump router mcast-umh-red

Description

This command displays upstream multi-homing (UMH) information.

Parameters

pair-id

Displays the information associated with the specified pair of primary and backup UMH.

Values

1 to 1000

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of UMH information.

Output Example
*A:DUT-B# tools dump router mcast-umh-red 100 
==============================================================================
Slot 1
==============================================================================
Switch Count:     1
Last Switch:      04/23/21 15:59:40
Revert Time Left: 39 sec
Active Tunnel
  Label:          523515
                  LDP FEC P2MP: root: 10.20.1.1, T: 1, L: 4, TunnelId: 8228
  Bandwidth:      482400 bps
Standby Tunnel
  Label:          523657
                  LDP FEC P2MP: root: 10.20.1.3, T: 1, L: 4, TunnelId: 8229
  Bandwidth:      482400 bps

mcast-vpn-ipv4

mcast-vpn-ipv4

Syntax

mcast-vpn-ipv4 [detail | longer] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [all]

mcast-vpn-ipv4 [brief] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [all]

mcast-vpn-ipv4 hunt [brief] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [all]

Context

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

Full Context

show router bgp routes mcast-vpn-ipv4

Description

This command displays BGP multicast VPN IPv4 routes.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

longer

Displays the specified route and subsets of the route.

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

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

reg-exp

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

all

Displays all output for imported routes.

Platforms

All

mcast-vpn-ipv6

mcast-vpn-ipv6

Syntax

mcast-vpn-ipv6 [detail | longer] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [all]

mcast-vpn-ipv6 [brief] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [all]

mcast-vpn-ipv6 hunt [brief] [rd rd] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp] [all]

Context

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

Full Context

show router bgp routes mcast-vpn-ipv6

Description

This command displays BGP multicast VPN IPv6 routes.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

longer

Displays the specified route and subsets of the route.

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

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

reg-exp

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

all

Displays all output for imported routes.

Platforms

All

md-auto-id

md-auto-id

Syntax

md-auto-id

Context

[Tree] (show>qos md-auto-id)

Full Context

show qos md-auto-id

Description

This command displays information about QoS policy IDs that have been automatically assigned by SR OS using the md-auto-id functionality. See the config>qos md-auto-id configuration command for further details.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of QoS md-auto-id information, and MD Auto-Id QoS Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:node-6# show qos md-auto-id
===============================================================================
MD Auto-Id Information
===============================================================================
QoS Policy-Id Range
Start                        : 327675        End              : 65535
Sap Ingress Count            : 10
Sap Egress Count             : 8
Network Count                : 6
===============================================================================



Table 20. MD Auto-Id QoS Output Fields

Label

Description

Start

Displays the start of the range for an automatic QoS policy ID.

End

Displays the end of the range for an automatic QoS Policy ID.

Sap Ingress Count

Displays the number of SAP ingress policies with automatically-assigned IDs.

Sap Egress Count

Displays the number of SAP egress policies with automatically-assigned IDs.

Network Count

Displays the number of network policies with automatically-assigned IDs.

md-auto-id

Syntax

md-auto-id

Context

[Tree] (show>filter md-auto-id)

Full Context

show filter md-auto-id

Description

This command displays information about filter IDs that have been automatically assigned by SR OS using the md-auto-id functionality. See the config>qos md-auto-id configuration command for further details.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of md-auto-id filter information and MD Auto-Id Filter Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:node-6# show filter md-auto-id
===============================================================================
MD Auto-Id Information
===============================================================================
Filter-id Range
Start              : 1073741822                  End                : 2147483647
Ip-filter Count    : 30
Ipv6-filter Count  : 20
Mac-filter Count   : 10
===============================================================================
Table 21. MD Auto-Id Filter Output Fields

Label

Description

Start

Displays the start of the range for an automatic filter policy ID

End

Displays the end of the range for an automatic filter policy ID

Ip-filter Count

Displays the number of IP filter policies with automatically-assigned IDs

Ipv6-filter Count

Displays the number of IPv6 filter policies with automatically-assigned IDs

Mac-filter Count

Displays the number of MAC filter policies with automatically-assigned IDs

md-auto-id

Syntax

md-auto-id

Context

[Tree] (show>service md-auto-id)

Full Context

show service md-auto-id

Description

This command displays information about service, customer and PW template IDs that have been automatically assigned by SR OS using the md-auto-id functionality. For more information, see the md-auto-id configuration command.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of md-auto-id information, and MD Auto-Id Service Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example

*A:node-6# show service md-auto-id
===============================================================================
MD Auto-Id Information
===============================================================================
Service-Id Range
Start              : 1073741823                  End       : 2147483647
Count              : 12
Customer-Id Range
Start              : 1073741823                  End       : 2147483647
Count              : 10
Pw-Template-Id Range
Start              : 1073741823                  End       : 2147483647
Count              : 5
===============================================================================

Table 22. MD Auto-Id Service Output Fields

Label

Description

Start

Displays the start of the range for an automatic service ID, customer ID, or PW template ID.

End

Displays the end of the range for an automatic service ID, customer ID, or PW template ID.

Count

Displays the number of service IDs, customer IDs, or PW template IDs with automatically-assigned IDs.

mda

mda

Syntax

mda slot [/mda] [ detail]

Context

[Tree] (show mda)

Full Context

show mda

Description

This command displays MDA\XMA information.

If no command line options are specified, a summary output of all MDAs is displayed in table format.

Parameters

slot

Specifies the slot number for which to display MDA information.

Values

1 to 10

mda

Specifies the MDA number in the slot for which to display MDA information.

Values

slot [/mda]

detail

Displays detailed MDA information.

Platforms

All

Output

See the following output examples:

Output Example: show mda (showing 7450 ESS)
A:Dut-B# show mda 
===============================================================================
MDA Summary
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6     1     p1-100g-cfp                                 up        up
7     2     p20-1gb-sfp                                 up        up
8     1     isa2-bb                                     up        up
                p-isa2-ms                                             
      2     p3-40g-qsfp                                 up        up
===============================================================================
Output Example: show mda (showing 7950 XRS)
A:Dut-G# show mda 
===============================================================================
MDA Summary
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     cx20-10g-sfp                                up        up
      2     cx2-100g-cfp                                up        up
2     1     cx6-40g-qsfp                                up        up
      2     cx72-1g-csfp                                up        up
3     1     x2-100g-tun                                 up        up
      2     x40-10g-sfp                                 up        up
4     1     x4-100g-cfp2                                up        up
      2     x4-100g-cxp                                 up        up
5     1     x40-10g-sfp-ptp                             up        up
                x40-10g-sfp                                           
6     1     x24-100g-qsfp28:he2400g                     up        up
      2     x6-400g-cfp8:he2400g                        up        up
7     1     x12-400g-qsfpdd:he2400g+4t                  up        up
      2     x6-200g-cfp2-dco:he1200g                    up        up
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show mda

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

Table 23. Output Fields: show mda

Label

Description

Slot

The chassis slot number.

MDA

The MDA slot number.

Provisioned MDA-type

The MDA type provisioned.

Equipped MDA-type

The MDA type actually installed.

Admin State

Up — Administratively up.

Down — Administratively down (e.g., shutdown).

Operational State

Up — Operationally up.

Down — Operationally down.

Output Example: show mda <slot/mda> detail
A:Dut-G# show mda 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
MDA 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     cx20-10g-sfp                                up        up

MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port/connector count  : 20
    Num ports/connectors equipped : 20
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet
    Fail On Error                 : Disabled
    Reset On Recoverable Error    : Disabled
    Egress XPL error threshold    : 1000
    Egress XPL error window       : 60
    Ingress XPL error threshold   : 1000
    Ingress XPL error window      : 60
    Min channel size              : Sonet STS-192
    Max channel size              : Sonet STS-192
    Max number of channels        : 20
    Channels in use               : 0
    Power Priority                : 150
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : 7950
    Part number                   : Sim Part#
    CLEI code                     : Sim CLEI
    Serial number                 : mda-1
    Manufacture date              : 01012003
    Manufacturing deviations      : Sim MfgDeviation mda-1
    Manufacturing assembly number : 01-2345-67
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Software boot (rom) version   : (Not Specified)
    Software version              : (Not Specified)
    Time of last boot             : 2022/02/15 17:12:33
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : ac:27:01:01:00:01
    Firmware version              : I-0.0.I6922
                                      
Hardware Resources (Power-Zone 1)     
    Voltage                           
        Minimum                   :    53.00 Volts  (02/15/2022 17:12:34)
        Current                   :    53.00 Volts 
        Peak                      :    53.00 Volts  (02/15/2022 17:12:34)
    Wattage                           
        Minimum                   :   380.00 Watts  (02/15/2022 17:12:34)
        Current                   :   380.00 Watts 
        Peak                      :   380.00 Watts  (02/15/2022 17:12:34)
        Max Required              :   440.00 Watts 
    Amperage                          
        Minimum                   :     7.17 Amps   (02/15/2022 17:12:34)
        Current                   :     7.17 Amps   
        Peak                      :     7.17 Amps   (02/15/2022 17:12:34)
===============================================================================
Output Example: show mda <slot/mda> detail (showing Channelized MDA on a 7750 SR-7)
A:Dut-A# show mda 5/1 detail 
===============================================================================
MDA 5/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type                            Admin     Operational
                Equipped Type (if different)            State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5     1     p10-10g-sfp                                 up        up

MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port/connector count  : 10
    Num ports/connectors equipped : 10
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet
    Fail On Error                 : Disabled
    Egress XPL error threshold    : 1000
    Egress XPL error window       : 60
    Ingress XPL error threshold   : 1000
    Ingress XPL error window      : 60
    Min channel size              : Sonet STS-192
    Max channel size              : Sonet STS-192
    Max number of channels        : 10
    Channels in use               : 0
Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : 7750
    Part number                   : 3HE07305AARA01
    CLEI code                     : IPUCA9AFAA
    Serial number                 : NS1249F1339
    Manufacture date              : 01172013
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number : 
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 50C
    Temperature threshold         : 75C
    Software boot (rom) version   : (Not Specified)
    Software version              : (Not Specified)
    Time of last boot             : 2022/02/14 14:25:55
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : 0c:a4:02:bd:df:55
    Firmware version              : I-0.0.I6921
===============================================================================
Output Example: show mda <slot/mda> detail (showing 7950 XRS)
A:Dut-A# show mda 1/1 detail 
===============================================================================
MDA 1/1 detail
===============================================================================
Slot  Mda   Provisioned Type  Equipped Type(if different) Admin     Operational
                                                          State     State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1     1     cx20-10g-sfp                                  up        up


MDA Specific Data
    Maximum port count            : 20
    Number of ports equipped      : 20
    Network ingress queue policy  : default
    Capabilities                  : Ethernet
    Min channel size              : Sonet STS-192
    Max channel size              : Sonet STS-192
    Max number of channels        : 20
    Channels in use               : 0

Hardware Data
    Platform type                 : 7950
    Part number                   : 
    CLEI code                     : 
    Serial number                 : GRA03-126
    Manufacture date              : 
    Manufacturing string          : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing deviations      : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number : 82-0299-03
    Administrative state          : up
    Operational state             : up
    Temperature                   : 45C
    Temperature threshold         : 75C
    Software version              : N/A
    Time of last boot             : 2012/05/23 20:30:55
    Current alarm state           : alarm cleared
    Base MAC address              : 8c:90:d3:be:69:8a
    Firmware version              : I-10.0.S209

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
QOS Settings
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
A:Dut-A# 
Output Fields: show mda <slot/mda> detail

Output Fields: show mda <slot/mda> detail describes the output fields for the show mda <slot/mda> detail command.

Table 24. Output Fields: show mda <slot/mda> detail

Label

Description

Slot

The chassis slot number.

Mda

The MDA slot number.

Provisioned Mda-type

The provisioned MDA type.

Equipped Mda-type

The MDA type that is physically inserted into this slot in this chassis.

Admin State

Up — The MDA is administratively up.

Down — The MDA is administratively down.

Operational State

Up — The MDA is operationally up.

Down — The MDA is operationally down.

Failure Reason

This hardware component has failed.

Maximum port count

The maximum number of ports that can be equipped on the MDA card.

Number of ports equipped

The number of ports that are actually equipped on the MDA.

Transmit timing selected

Indicates the source for the timing used by the MDA.

Sync interface timing status

Indicates whether the MDA has qualified one of the timing signals from the CPMs.

Network Ingress Queue Policy

Specifies the network queue policy applied to the MDA to define the queueing structure for this object.

Capabilities

Specifies the minimum size of the port that can exist on the MDA.

Egress XPL error threshold

The Egress XPL Error Threshold value used by the fail-on-error feature.

Egress XPL error window

The Egress XPL Error Window value used by the fail-on-error feature.

Max channel size

Specifies the maximum size of the channel that can exist on the channelized MDA.

Channels in use

Applicable for SONET and TDM MDAs only. Indicates the total number of leaf SONET paths, TDM channels and bundles on the MDA which are presently provisioned for passing traffic.

Part number

The hardware part number.

CLEI code

The code used to identify the MDA.

Serial number

The MDA part number. Not user modifiable.

Manufacture date

The MDA manufacture date. Not user modifiable.

Manufacturing string

Factory-inputted manufacturing text string. Not user modifiable.

Administrative state

Up — The MDA is administratively up.

Down — The MDA is administratively down.

Operational state

Up — The MDA is operationally up.

Down — The MDA is operationally down.

Time of last boot

The date and time the most recent boot occurred.

Current alarm state

Displays the alarm conditions for the specific MDA.

Base MAC address

The base chassis Ethernet MAC address. Special purpose MAC addresses used by the system software are constructed as offsets from this base address.

mda

Syntax

mda mda-id [statistics]

Context

[Tree] (clear mda)

Full Context

clear mda

Description

This command reinitializes the specified MDA in a particular slot.

Parameters

mda-id

Clears the specified slot and MDA.

Values

slot/mda

slot: 1 to 10

mda: 1, 2

slot/xiom/mda

slot: 1 to 10

xiom: "x1” or "x2”

mda: 1, 2

statistics

Clears statistics for the specified MDA.

Platforms

All

mda

Syntax

mda [mda-slot]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>resource-usage>card mda)

Full Context

tools dump resource-usage card mda

Description

This command displays resource information for MDAs.

Parameters

mda-slot

Specifies an MDA slot.

Values

1 to 2

Platforms

All

mdt-safi

mdt-safi

Syntax

mdt-safi [rd rd] [grp-address mcast-grp-address] [source-ip ip-address] brief [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp]

mdt-safi [rd rd] [grp-address mcast-grp-address] [source-ip ip-address] [detail] [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp]

mdt-safi [rd rd] [grp-address mcast-grp-address] [source-ip ip-address] [brief] hunt [community comm-id] [aspath-regex reg-exp]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp>routes mdt-safi)

Full Context

show router bgp routes mdt-safi

Description

This command displays BGP MDT-SAFI routes.

Parameters

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

mcast-grp-address

Specifies the multicast group address.

Values

a.b.c.d

ip-address

Specifies the source IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

detail

Displays detailed information.

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

reg-exp

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

Platforms

All

meas-interval

meas-interval

Syntax

meas-interval raw

meas-interval raw [all | bins | summary]

meas-interval {5-mins | 15-mins | 1-hour | 1-day} interval-number interval-number

meas-interval {5-mins | 15-mins | 1-hour | 1-day} interval-number interval-number [all | bins | summary]

Context

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

[Tree] (show>oam-pm>stats>session>slm meas-interval)

[Tree] (show>oam-pm>stats>session>dmm meas-interval)

[Tree] (show>oam-pm>stats>session>dm meas-interval)

Full Context

show oam-pm statistics session lmm meas-interval

show oam-pm statistics session slm meas-interval

show oam-pm statistics session dmm meas-interval

show oam-pm statistics session dm meas-interval

Description

This command selects a measurement interval for the statistical display.

Parameters

raw

Specifies that the interval number is not to be included because there is only one raw cumulative bin.

{5-mins | 15-mins | 1-hour | 1-day}

Identifies the measurement interval to query for the statistics.

interval-number

Specifies the numerical reference that indicates the position from the latest sample window. The number 1 is the most recent interval with all higher numbers being that position in the past from current.

Values

1 to 97

[all | bins | summary]

Specifies a keyword to filter the output.

Platforms

All

  • show oam-pm statistics session dmm meas-interval
  • show oam-pm statistics session lmm meas-interval
  • show oam-pm statistics session slm meas-interval

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

  • show oam-pm statistics session dm meas-interval

meas-interval

Syntax

meas-interval raw [loss]

meas-interval raw [all | bins | summary]

meas-interval {5-mins | 15-mins | 1-hour | 1-day} interval-number interval-number [loss]

meas-interval {5-mins | 15-mins | 1-hour | 1-day} interval-number interval-number delay [all | bins | summary]

Context

[Tree] (show>oam-pm>stats>session>twamp-light meas-interval)

Full Context

show oam-pm statistics session twamp-light meas-interval

Description

This command selects a measurement interval for the statistical display.

Parameters

raw

Specifies that the interval number is not to be included because there is only one raw cumulative bin.

{5-mins | 15-mins | 1-hour | 1-day}

Identifies the measurement interval to query for the statistics.

interval-number

Specifies the numerical reference that indicates the position from the latest sample window. The number 1 is the most recent interval with all higher numbers being that position in the past from current.

Values

1 to 97

delay

Indicates that the statistics being queried are for delay. TWAMP-light PDUscarry both delay and loss informational elements and it is not clear from only the test type name which statistic the operator requires.

loss

Indicates the statistics being queried are for loss. TWAMP-light PDUs carry both delay and loss informational elements and it is not clear from only the test type name which statistic the operator requires.

[all | bins | summary]

Specifies a keyword to filter the output.

Platforms

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

measurement-template

measurement-template

Syntax

measurement-template [measurement-template]

Context

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

Full Context

show test-oam link-measurement measurement-template

Description

This command displays basic link measurement template information, such as the administrative state and number of interfaces referencing the template.

The base command can filter and produce output for a single measurement template. When the measurement template name is specified, delayed information about the template is displayed.

Parameters

measurement-template

Specifies the link measurement template name, up to 64 characters, for which to display a filtered list.

Platforms

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

Output

The following outputs are examples of link measurement template information. The associated tables describe the output fields.

Output Example
show test-oam link-measurement measurement-template
===============================================================================
Measurement Templates
===============================================================================
Name                                                            Admin    Refs
                                                                       Act/Tot
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
non-standard                                                     Down    0/0
standard-direct                                                    Up    3/3
replace-standard-direct                                            Up    1/1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of measurement templates: 3
=============================================================================== 
Table 25. Output Fields: Measurement Template

Label

Description

Name

Displays the name of the link measurement template

Admin

Displays the administrative state of the measurement template

Refs Act

Displays the number of interfaces actively (Oper Up) referencing this link measurement template

Refs Total

Displays the number of interfaces referencing this link measurement template, regardless of the operational state

No. of measurement templates

Displays the total number of configured measurement templates

Output Example (Template Specified)
show test-oam link-measurement measurement-template "standard-direct"
===============================================================================
Template Name: standard-direct
===============================================================================
Description               : standard delay link template
Admin State               : Up
Unidirectional Measurement: derived
Delay Measurement         : max
Interval                  : 1s
Last Reported Delay Hold  : 0s
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Protocol: TWAMP Light
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Destination UDP Port: 862                         Timestamp Format   : ntp
DSCP                : nc1                         FC                 : h1
Profile             : in                          Allow Egress Remark: No
TTL                 : 1                           IPv6 UDP Checksum 0: Disallow
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample Window
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interval Multiplier : 60                          Duration           : 60s
Relative Threshold  : 100%                        Absolute Threshold : 100us
Window Integrity    : 90%
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aggregate Sample Window
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sample Multiplier   : 3                           Duration           : 180s
Relative Threshold  : 50%                         Absolute Threshold : 50us
Window Integrity    : 0%
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Interfaces: 3
Total Interfaces : 3
===============================================================================
Table 26. Output Fields: Measurement Template with Template Name Specified

Label

Description

Template Name

Displays the name of the link measurement template

Description

Displays the configured description of the link measurement template

Admin State

Displays the administrative state of the measurement template

Unidirectional Measurement

Displays the computational method used to calculate the delay metric

actual — forward delay

derived — half the roundup

Delay Measurement

Displays the delay metric compared to the threshold

min — minimum recorded value

max — maximum recorded value

avg — average recorded value

Interval

Displays the probe frequency of the test packet

Last Reported Delay Hold

Displays the configured value that determines the time a reported delay measurement should be cleared if the operational state of the test transitions to down and remains there at least the length of this timer

Protocol

Displays the type of test packet used to report delay

Destination UDP Port

Displays the configured destination UDP port for test packets

Timestamp Format

Displays the format of the timestamp encoded in the test

packetntp — Network Time Protocol format 32 seconds, 32 fractional

secondsptp — Truncated Precision Time Protocol format 32 seconds, 32 nanoseconds

DSCP

Displays the configured DSCP in the IP header of the test packet

FC

Displays the configured forwarding class in the local node

Profile

Displays the profile of the test packet in the local node

Allow Egress Remark

Displays whether the egress QoS policy can remark the DSCP of the test

packetNo — the egress QoS policy is bypassed unless force-remark is enabled

Yes — the egress QoS policy is applied

TTL

Displays the IP header time to live (IPv4) or hop limit (IPv6)

IPv6 UDP Checksum 0

Displays whether processing of IPv6 packets that arrive with UDP checksum 0 is allowed or disallowed

Disallow — packets are discarded

Allow — the arriving packets are processed

Sample Window

Displays the header for sample window objects

Interval Multiplier

Displays the number of probes in the sample window, multiplying this value and the interval

Aggregate Sample Window

Displays the calculated length of the window in seconds

Sample Multiplier

Displays the number of sample windows in the aggregate sample window

Duration

Displays the calculated length of the window, in seconds

Relative Threshold

Displays the configured percentage difference comparing the current and previously reported measurements

Absolute Threshold

Displays the configured microsecond difference comparing the current and previously reported measurements

Window Integrity

Displays the minimum number of measurements, expressed as a percentage, before the window is consider integral

Active Interfaces

Displays the number of interfaces actively (Oper Up) referencing the link measurement template

Total Interfaces

Displays the number of interfaces referencing the link measurement template, regardless of operational state

measurement-template-using

measurement-template-using

Syntax

measurement-template-using [measurement-template]

Context

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

Full Context

show test-oam link-measurement measurement-template-using

Description

This command displays the link measurement templates and the IP interfaces associated with those templates.

The base command provides a single list of all measurement templates, but the command can filter and produce output for a single measurement template.

Parameters

measurement-template

Specifies the link measurement template name, up to 64 characters, for which to display a filtered list.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of link measurement template information, and Output Fields: Measurement Template Using describes the output fields.

Output Example
show test-oam link-measurement measurement-template-using
===============================================================================
Measurement Templates
===============================================================================
Template Name
 Interface Name                                                        Protocol
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
standard-direct
 int-PE-1-PE-2                                                             IPv6
 int-PE-1-PE-3                                                             IPv4
 int-PE-1-PE-4                                                             IPv4
===============================================================================
Table 27. Output Fields: Measurement Template Using

Label

Description

Template Name

The name of the link measurement template

Interface Name

The name of the interface using the link measurement template

Protocol

The IP protocol enabled under the dynamic delay section of the interface: IPv4, IPv6, or None.

None indicates no protocol is enabled

megapools

megapools

Syntax

megapools slot-number fp fp-number wred [ detail] queue-group queue-group-name [instance instance-id]

megapools slot-number fp fp-number

megapools slot-number fp fp-number wred [detail] [service-id service-id]

Context

[Tree] (show megapools)

Full Context

show megapools

Description

This command displays megapool information. A megapool is a mechanism the forwarding plane uses to allow over subscription of buffer pools. Every buffer pool is created in the context of a megapool.

By default, all buffer pools are associated with a single megapool and the pools are not oversubscribed. When WRED queue support is enabled on the FP, three megapools are used.

  • The original megapool services the default pools.

  • The second megapool services the system internal use pools.

  • The third megapool is used by the buffer pools used by the WRED queues.

The traffic manager buffers are allocated to the three megapools without oversubscription. The WRED queue pools are allowed to oversubscribe their megapool, but the megapool protects the pools associated with the other megapools from buffer starvation that could be caused by that over subscription.

Parameters

slot-number

Displays information for the specified card slot.

Values

1 to 10

fp-number

Displays information for the specified FP.

Values

1 to 8

wred

Displays WRED queue pool information.

detail

Displays detailed information.

queue-group-name

Displays information for the specified port queue group name, up to 32 characters.

instance-id

Specifies the identification of a specific instance of the queue group.

Values

1 to 65535

service-id

Specifies the service ID.

Values

1 to 2148278381

service-name

Specifies a service name up to 64 characters.

Platforms

All

memory-allocation-failure-rate

memory-allocation-failure-rate

Syntax

memory-allocation-failure-rate mda [history-stats-in-count count] [history-stats-in-min minutes] [current] [show-oid]

memory-allocation-failure-rate mda [history-stats-in-count count] [history-stats-in-min minutes] [current] [show-oid] esa-vm esa-id/vm-id

Context

[Tree] (show>isa>stats>tunnel-isa memory-allocation-failure-rate)

Full Context

show isa statistics tunnel-isa memory-allocation-failure-rate

Description

This command displays memory allocation failure rate of the specified ISA. The system collects usage information every hour for last 24 hours. The output also includes a current value.

Parameters

mda

Displays information about the specified ISA.

Values

slot/mda

count

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

Values

1 to 24

minutes

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

Values

1 to 1440

current

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

show-oid

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

esa-vm

Displays the ID of the configured ESA and ESA VM.

Values

esa-vm:

esa-id/vm-id

esa-id

1 to 16

vm-id

1 to 4

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of the show isa stats tunnel-isa memory-allocation-failure-rate configuration.

Output Example
show>isa>stats>tunnel-isa# memory-allocation-failure-rate 1/2 
===============================================================================
STATISTICS FOR ISA 1/2
===============================================================================
INDEX        VALUE                     START TIME          SAMPLING DURATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ISA MEMORY ALLOCATION FAILURE RATE (FAILURES/HOUR)
1 (CURRENT)  0                         2017/05/24 03:00:00 MIN 47 SEC 47 
2            0                         2017/05/24 02:00:00 HRS 1 
3            0                         2017/05/24 01:00:00 HRS 1 
4            0                         2017/05/24 00:00:00 HRS 1 
5            0                         2017/05/23 23:00:00 HRS 1 
6            0                         2017/05/23 22:00:00 HRS 1 
7            0                         2017/05/23 21:00:00 HRS 1 
8            0                         2017/05/23 20:00:00 HRS 1 
9            0                         2017/05/23 19:00:00 HRS 1 
10           0                         2017/05/23 18:00:00 HRS 1 
11           0                         2017/05/23 17:50:48 MIN 9 SEC 12 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NO. OF ENTRIES: 11
=============================================================================== 

memory-pools

memory-pools

Syntax

memory-pools

Context

[Tree] (show>system memory-pools)

Full Context

show system memory-pools

Description

This command displays system memory status.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of memory pool information, and System Memory-Pools Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-1# show system memory-pools
===============================================================================
Memory Pools
===============================================================================
Name               Max Allowed    Current Size      Max So Far          In Use
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
System                No limit      24,117,248      24,117,248      16,974,832
Icc                  8,388,608       1,048,576       1,048,576          85,200
RTM/Policies          No limit       5,242,912       5,242,912       3,944,104
OSPF                  No limit       3,145,728       3,145,728       2,617,384
MPLS/RSVP             No limit       9,769,480       9,769,480       8,173,760
LDP                   No limit               0               0               0
IS-IS                 No limit               0               0               0
RIP                   No limit               0               0               0
VRRP                  No limit       1,048,576       1,048,576              96
BGP                   No limit       2,097,152       2,097,152       1,624,800
BGP                   No limit       2,097,152       2,097,152       1,624,800
Services              No limit       2,097,152       2,097,152       1,589,824
IOM                   No limit     205,226,800     205,226,800     202,962,744
SIM                   No limit       1,048,576       1,048,576             392
CFLOWD                No limit               0       1,048,576               0
CFLOWD                No limit               0       1,048,576               0
IGMP                  No limit               0               0               0
PIM                   No limit               0               0               0
ATM                   No limit       2,872,648       2,872,648       2,790,104
PIM                   No limit               0               0               0
MMPI                  No limit               0               0               0
MFIB                  No limit               0               0               0
PIP                   No limit      79,943,024      79,943,024      78,895,248
MBUF                67,108,864       5,837,328       5,837,328       4,834,280
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Current Total Size :    343,495,200 bytes
Total In Use       :    324,492,768 bytes
Available Memory   :    640,178,652 bytes
===============================================================================
A:ALA-1# 
Table 28. System Memory-Pools Field Descriptions

Label

Description

Name

The name of the system or process.

Max Allowed

Integer — The maximum allocated memory size.

No Limit — No size limit.

Current Size

The current size of the memory pool.

Max So Far

The largest amount of memory pool used.

In Use

The current amount of the memory pool currently in use.

Current Total Size

The sum of the Current Size column.

Total In Use

The sum of the In Use column.

Available Memory

The amount of available memory.

memory-usage

memory-usage

Syntax

memory-usage

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>ldp memory-usage)

Full Context

tools dump router ldp memory-usage

Description

This command dumps memory usage information for LDP.

Platforms

All

memory-usage

Syntax

memory-usage

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>mpls memory-usage)

Full Context

tools dump router mpls memory-usage

Description

This command dumps memory usage information for MPLS.

Platforms

All

mep

mep

Syntax

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} [ loopback] [linktrace] [statistics]

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} remote-mepid mep-id

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} remote-mepid all-remote-mepids

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} eth-test-results [remote-peer mac-address]

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} one-way-delay-test [remote-peer mac-address]

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} two-way-delay-test [remote-peer mac-address]

mep mep-id domain {md-index | md-admin-name} association {ma-index | ma-admin-name} two-way-slm-test [remote-peer mac-address]

Context

[Tree] (show>eth-cfm mep)

Full Context

show eth-cfm mep

Description

This command displays Maintenance Endpoint (MEP) information.

The show eth-cfm mep mep-id domain md-id association ma-id command does not display CCM ERROR, CCM XCON frames in the output.

The show eth-cfm mep mep-id domain md-id association ma-id remote-mep rmep-id command does not display some TLVs details.

Parameters

mep-id

Specifies the integer that is unique among all the MEPs in the same MA.

Values

1 to 8191

domain md-index

Specifies the index of the MD to which the MP is associated, or 0, if none.

Values

1 to 4294967295

md-admin-name

Specifies the MD name, up to 64 characters.

association ma-index

Specifies the index to which the MP is associated, or 0, if none.

Values

1 to 4294967295

ma-admin-name

Specifies the MA name, up to 64 characters.

loopback

Keyword to display loopback information for the specified MEP.

linktrace

Keyword to display linktrace information for the specified MEP.

remote-mepid mep-id

Keyword to display specified remote MEP ID information for specified the MEP.

all-remote-mepids

Keyword to display all remote MEP ID information for the specified MEP.

eth-test-results

Keyword to display eth-test-result information for the specified MEP.

eth-bn-notification

Specifies to display ETH-bandwidth information for the specified MEP.

one-way-delay-test

Keyword to display one-way-delay-test information for the specified MEP.

two-way-delay-test

Keyword to display two-way-delay-test information for the specified MEP.

two-way-slm-test

Keyword to display two-way-slm-test information for the specified MEP.

remote-peer mac-address

Keyword to include remote MEP ID information for the specified MEP.

Platforms

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

Output

The following outputs are examples of ETH-CFM MEP information, and the associated tables describe the output fields.

Output Example (MEPs, linktrace, and loopback)
show eth-cfm mep 2 domain 10 association 11400115
===============================================================================
Eth-Cfm MEP Configuration Information
===============================================================================
Md-index         : 10                       Direction         : Down
Ma-index         : 11400115                 Admin             : Enabled
Md-admin-name    : 10
Ma-admin-name    : 11400115
MepId            : 2                        CCM-Enable        : Enabled
Port             : 1/1/4                    VLAN              : 0
Description      : (Not Specified)
FngAlarmTime     : 0                        FngResetTime      : 0
FngState         : fngReset                 ControlMep        : False
LowestDefectPri  : macRemErrXcon            HighestDefect     : none
Defect Flags     : None
Mac Address      : 00:00:00:00:00:28        Collect LMM Stats : disabled
LMM FC Stats     : None
LMM FC In Prof   : None
TxAis            : noTransmit               TxGrace           : noTransmit
Facility Fault   : disabled
CcmLtmPriority   : 7                        CcmPaddingSize    : 0 octets
CcmTx            : 2760850                  CcmSequenceErr    : 8394
CcmTxIfStatus    : Absent                   CcmTxPortStatus   : Absent
CcmTxRdi         : False                    CcmTxCcmStatus    : transmit
CcmIgnoreTLVs    : (Not Specified)
Fault Propagation: disabled                 FacilityFault     : Ignore
MA-CcmInterval   : 1                        MA-CcmHoldTime    : 0ms
MA-Primary-Vid   : Disabled
Eth-1Dm Threshold: 3(sec)                   MD-Level          : 0
Eth-1Dm Last Dest: 00:00:00:00:00:00
Eth-Dmm Last Dest: 00:00:00:00:00:00
Eth-Ais          : Disabled
Eth-Ais Tx defCCM: allDef
Eth-Tst          : Enabled                  Eth-Tst Pattern   : allZerosCrc
Eth-Tst dataLeng*: 64                       Eth-Tst Priority  : 7
Eth-Tst Dest Mac : 00:00:00:00:00:00        Eth-Tst Dest MEP  : 0
Eth-Tst Threshold: 1(bitError)
Eth-Tst Last Dest: 00:00:00:00:00:00
Eth-CSF          : Disabled

Eth-Cfm Grace Tx : Enabled                  Eth-Cfm Grace Rx  : Enabled
Eth-Cfm ED Tx    : Disabled                 Eth-Cfm ED Rx     : Enabled
Eth-Cfm ED Rx Max: 0
Eth-Cfm ED Tx Pri: CcmLtmPri (7)

Eth-BNM Receive  : Disabled                 Eth-BNM Rx Pacing : 5

Eth-Cfm Vlan Tag : n/a

Redundancy:
    MC-LAG State : n/a

CcmLastFailure Frame:
    None

XconCcmFailure Frame:
    None
===============================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated. 
*A:dut-a# show eth-cfm mep 10 domain 1 association 1 linktrace
===============================================================================
Eth-Cfm MEP Configuration Information
===============================================================================
Md-index         : 1                        Direction         : Down
Ma-index         : 1                        Admin             : Enabled
MepId            : 10                       CCM-Enable        : Enabled
IfIndex          : 36241408                 PrimaryVid        : 0
Description      : (Not Specified)
FngAlarmTime     : 0                        FngResetTime      : 0
FngState         : fngReset                 ControlMep        : False
LowestDefectPri  : macRemErrXcon   
HighestDefect     : none
Defect Flags     : None
Mac Address      : 40:7c:7d:4b:38:f2        Collect LMM Stats : enabled
CcmLtmPriority   : 7                        CcmPaddingSize    : 0 octets
CcmTx            : 0                        CcmSequenceErr    : 0
CcmIgnoreTLVs    : (Not Specified)
Fault Propagation: disabled                 FacilityFault     : n/a
MA-CcmInterval   : 1                        MA-CcmHoldTime    : 0ms
MA-Primary-Vid   : Disabled
Eth-1Dm Threshold: 3(sec)                   MD-Level          : 1
Eth-Ais          : Disabled
Eth-Ais Tx defCCM: allDef
Eth-Tst          : Disabled
Eth-CSF          : Disabled
Redundancy:
    MC-LAG State : n/a
CcmLastFailure Frame:
    None
XconCcmFailure Frame:
    None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mep Linktrace Message Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LtRxUnexplained  : 0                        LtNextSequence    : 2
LtStatus         : False                    LtResult          : False
TargIsMepId      : False                    TargMepId         : 0
TargMac          : 00:00:00:00:00:00        TTL               : 64
EgressId         : 00:00:40:7c:7d:4b:38:f2  SequenceNum       : 1
LtFlags          : useFDBonly
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mep Linktrace Replies
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SequenceNum      : 1                        ReceiveOrder      : 1
Ttl              : 63                       Forwarded         : False
LastEgressId     : 00:00:40:7c:7d:4b:38:f2  TerminalMep       : True
NextEgressId     : n/a                      Relay             : rlyHit
IngressMac       : 0c:54:b9:ac:0e:b7        IngressAction     : ingOk
IngrPortIdSubType: unknown value (0)
IngressPortId:   :
    None
EgressMac        : 00:00:00:00:00:00        EgressAction      : egrNoTlv
EgrPortIdSubType : unknown value (0)
EgressPortId:    :
    None
Org Specific TLV : (Not Specified)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================
*A:dut-a# show eth-cfm mep 10 domain 1 association 1 loopback
===============================================================================
Eth-Cfm MEP Configuration Information
===============================================================================
Md-index         : 1                        Direction         : Down
Ma-index         : 1                        
Admin             : Enabled
MepId            : 10                       CCM-Enable        : Enabled
IfIndex          : 36241408                 PrimaryVid        : 0
Description      : (Not Specified)
FngAlarmTime     : 0                        FngResetTime      : 0
FngState         : fngReset                 ControlMep        : False
LowestDefectPri  : macRemErrXcon            HighestDefect     : none
Defect Flags     : None
Mac Address      : 40:7c:7d:4b:38:f2        Collect LMM Stats : enabled
CcmLtmPriority   : 7                        CcmPaddingSize    : 0 octets
CcmTx            : 0                        CcmSequenceErr    : 0
CcmIgnoreTLVs    : (Not Specified)
Fault Propagation: disabled                 FacilityFault     : n/a
MA-CcmInterval   : 1                        MA-CcmHoldTime    : 0ms
MA-Primary-Vid   : Disabled
Eth-1Dm Threshold: 3(sec)                   MD-Level          : 1
Eth-Ais          : Disabled
Eth-Ais Tx defCCM: allDef
Eth-Tst          : Disabled
Eth-CSF          : Disabled
Redundancy:
    MC-LAG State : n/a
CcmLastFailure Frame:
    None
XconCcmFailure Frame:
    None
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mep Loopback Information
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LbRxReply        : 1                        LbRxBadOrder      : 0
LbRxBadMsdu      : 0                        LbTxReply         : 0
LbSequence       : 1                        LbNextSequence    : 2
LbStatus         : False                    LbResultOk        : False
DestIsMepId      : False                    DestMepId         : 0
DestMac 
Table 29. Output fields: MEP, linktrace, and loopback

Label

Description

Mep Information

Md-index

Displays the MD index of the domain

Direction

Displays the direction of OAMPDU transmission

Ma-index

Displays the MA index of the association

Admin

Displays the administrative status of the MEP

Md-admin-name

Displays the administrative MD name.

Ma-admin-name

Displays the administrative MA name.

MepId

Displays the MEP identifier

CCM-Enable

Displays the status of the CCM (enabled or disabled)

IfIndex

Displays the index of the interface

PrimaryVid

Displays the identifier of the primary VLAN

FngState

Indicates the different states of the Fault Notification Generator

LowestDefectPri

Displays the lowest priority defect (a configured value) that is allowed to generate a fault alarm

HighestDefect

Identifies the highest defect that is present

For example, if defRDICCM and defXconCCM are present, the highest defect is defXconCCM.

Defect Flags

Displays the number of defect flags

Mac Address

Displays the MAC address of the MEP

CcmLtmPriority

Displays the priority value transmitted in the linktrace messages (LTM)s and CCMs for this MEP

The MEP must be configured on a VLAN.

CcmTx

Displays the number of Continuity Check Messages (CCM) sent

The count is taken from the last polling interval (every 10 s).

CcmSequenceErr

Displays the number of CCM errors

Eth-1DM Threshold

Displays the one-way-delay threshold value

Eth-Ais

Displays the state of the ETH-AIS test (enabled or disabled)

Eth-Tst

Displays the state of the ETH-Test (enabled or disabled)

CcmLastFailure Frame

Displays the frame that caused the last CCM failure

XconCcmFailure Frame

Displays the frame that caused the XconCCMFailure

Mep Linktrace Message Information

LtRxUnexplained

Displays the number of unexplained linktrace messages (LTM) that have been received

LtNextSequence

Displays the sequence number of the next linktrace message

LtStatus

Displays the status of the linktrace

LtResult

Displays the result of the linktrace

TargIsMepId

Identifies whether the target interface has a MEP-ID (true or false)

TargMepId

Displays the MEP-ID of the target interface

TargMac

Displays the MAC address of the target interface

TTL

Displays the TTL value

EgressId

Displays the egress ID of the linktrace message

SequenceNum

Displays the sequence number of the linktrace message

LtFlags

Displays the linktrace flags

Mep Linktrace Replies

SequenceNum

Displays the sequence number returned by a previous transmit linktrace message, indicating which linktrace message response is returned

ReceiveOrder

Displays the order in which the linktrace initiator received the linktrace replies

Ttl

Displays the TTL field value for a returned linktrace reply

Forwarded

Indicates whether the linktrace message was forwarded by the responding MEP

LastEgressId

Displays the last egress identifier returned in the linktrace reply egress identifier TLV of the linktrace reply

The last egress identifier identifies the MEP linktrace initiator that initiated, or the linktrace responder that forwarded, the linktrace message for which this linktrace reply is the response.

This is the same value as the egress identifier TLV of that linktrace message.

TerminalMep

Indicates whether the forwarded linktrace message reached a MEP enclosing its MA

NextEgressId

Displays the next egress identifier returned in the linktrace reply egress identifier TLV of the linktrace reply

The next egress identifier identifies the linktrace responder that transmitted this linktrace reply and can forward the linktrace message to the next hop. This is the same value as the egress identifier TLV of the forwarded linktrace message, if any.

Relay

Displays the value returned in the Relay Action field

IngressMac

Displays the MAC address returned in the ingress MAC address field

Ingress Action

Displays the value returned in the Ingress Action field of the linktrace message

IngressPortIdSubType

Displays the format of the ingress port ID

IngressPortId

Displays the ingress port ID; the format is determined by the value of the IngressPortIdSubType

EgressMac

Displays the MAC address returned in the egress MAC address field

Egress Action

Displays the value returned in the Egress Action field of the linktrace message

EgressPortIdSubType

Displays the format of the egress port ID

EgressPortId

Displays the egress port ID; the format is determined by the value of the EgressPortIDSubType

Org Specific TLV

Displays all organization-specific TLVs returned in the linktrace reply, if any

Includes all octets including and following the TLV length field of each TLV, concatenated

Mep Loopback Information

LbRxReply

Displays the number of received loopback (LB) replies

LbRxBadOrder

Displays the number of received loopback messages that are in a bad order

LbRxBadMsdu

Displays the number of loopback replies that have been received with the wrong destination MAC address (MSDU = MAC Service Data Unit)

LbTxReply

Displays the number of loopback replies transmitted out this MEP

LbSequence

Displays the sequence number in the loopback message

LbNextSequence

Displays the next loopback sequence

LbStatus

True — Loopback is in progress

False — No loopback is in progress

LbResultOk

Displays the result of the loopback test

DestIsMepId

Identifies whether the destination interface has a MEP-ID (true or false)

DestMepId

Displays the MEP-ID of the destination interface

DestMac

Displays the MAC address of the destination interface

Output Example (delay test)
*A:node-2# show eth-cfm mep 10 domain 1 association 1 two-way-slm-test
===============================================================================
Eth CFM Two-way SLM Test Result Table (Test-id: 2147483649)
===============================================================================
Peer Mac Addr      Remote MEP       Count     In Loss    Out Loss         Unack
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0c:54:b9:ac:0e:b7          11           1           0           0             0
===============================================================================
*A:dut-a#
*A:node-3# show eth-cfm mep 1 domain 4 association 4 two-way-delay-test remote- 
peer 00:25:ba:00:5e:bf 
==================================================================
Eth CFM Two-way Delay Test Result Table
==================================================================
Peer Mac Addr         Delay (us)          Delay Variation (us)                 
------------------------------------------------------------------
00:25:ba:00:5e:bf     507                 507                     
==================================================================

*A:dut-3# show eth-cfm mep 1 domain 4 association 4 two-way-delay-test 
==================================================================
Eth CFM Two-way Delay Test Result Table
==================================================================
Peer Mac Addr         Delay (us)          Delay Variation (us)                 
------------------------------------------------------------------
00:25:ba:00:5e:bf     507                 507                     
================================================================== 

*A:node-2# show eth-cfm mep 2 domain 4 association 4  eth-test-results remote- 
peer 00:25:ba:01:c3:6a 
==============================================================
Eth CFM ETH-Test Result Table
==============================================================
                                 Current        Accumulate                     
                  FrameCount     ErrBits        ErrBits                        
Peer Mac Addr     ByteCount      CrcErrs        CrcErrs                        
--------------------------------------------------------------
00:25:ba:01:c3:6a 6              0              0             
                  384            0              0             
==============================================================

*A:node-2# show eth-cfm mep 2 domain 4 association 4  eth-test-results 
==============================================================
Eth CFM ETH-Test Result Table
==============================================================
                                 Current        Accumulate                     
                  FrameCount     ErrBits        ErrBits                        
Peer Mac Addr     ByteCount      CrcErrs        CrcErrs                        
--------------------------------------------------------------
00:25:ba:01:c3:6a 6              0              0             
                  384            0              0             
==============================================================

*A:node-2# show eth-cfm mep 2 domain 4 association 4 one-way-delay-test remote-
peer 00:25:ba:01:c3:6a
==================================================================
Eth CFM One-way Delay Test Result Table
==================================================================
Peer Mac Addr         Delay (us)          Delay Variation (us)                 
------------------------------------------------------------------
00:25:ba:01:c3:6a     402                 402                
==================================================================

*A:node-2# show eth-cfm mep 2 domain 4 association 4 one-way-delay-test 
==================================================================
Eth CFM One-way Delay Test Result Table
==================================================================
Peer Mac Addr         Delay (us)          Delay Variation (us)                 
------------------------------------------------------------------
00:25:ba:01:c3:6a     402                 402                
==================================================================
Table 30. Output fields: ETH-CFM MEP delay test

Label

Description

Peer Mac Addr

Displays the MAC address of the peer (remote) entity

Delay (us)

Displays the measured delay (in microseconds) for the DM test

Delay Variation (us)

Displays the measured delay variation (in microseconds) for the DV test

mep

Syntax

mep mep-id domain md-index association ma-index statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>eth-cfm mep)

Full Context

clear eth-cfm mep

Description

This command clears the MEP parameters.

Parameters

mep-id

Specifies the 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

statistics

Clears the MEP statistics.

Platforms

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

mesh-sdp

mesh-sdp

Syntax

mesh-sdp sdp-id[:vc-id] { all | counters | stp | mrp}

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>statistics>id mesh-sdp)

Full Context

clear service statistics id mesh-sdp

Description

This command clears the statistics for a particular mesh SDP bind.

Parameters

sdp-id

Specifies the SDP ID for which to display information

Default

All SDPs.

Values

1 to 17407

vc-id

Displays information about the virtual circuit identifier.

Values

1 to 4294967295

all

Clears all queue statistics and STP statistics associated with the SDP

counters

Clears all queue statistics associated with the SDP

stp

Clears all STP statistics associated with the SDP

mrp

Clears all MRP statistics associated with the SDP

Platforms

All

mesh-sdp

Syntax

mesh-sdp sdp-id[:vc-id] ingress-vc-label

mesh-sdp sdp-id[:vc-id] vccv-bfd {session | statistics}

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>id mesh-sdp)

Full Context

clear service id mesh-sdp

Description

This command clears and resets the mesh SDP binding.

Parameters

sdp-id

The spoke-SDP ID for which to clear statistics.

Values

1 to 17407

vc-id

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

Values

1 to 4294967295

ingress-vc-label

Specifies to clear the ingress VC label.

vccv-bfd session

Specifies to clear the session mismatch flag on the mesh-SDP binding after the flag was set to true by a detected mismatch between the configured parameters and the received parameters.

vccv-bfd statistics

Specifies to clear a VCCV BFD session statistics for a specified mesh-SDP.

Platforms

All

mfib

mfib

Syntax

mfib [ipv4 | ipv6 | mac]

mfib brief

mfib group group-address [statistics]

mfib statistics [ipv4 | ipv6 | mac]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id mfib)

Full Context

show service id mfib

Description

This command displays the multicast FIB on the VPLS service.

Parameters

brief

Displays a brief output

statistics

Displays statistics on the multicast FIB

ipv4

Displays IPv4 address information

ipv6

Displays IPv6 address information

mac

Displays MAC address information

group-address

Displays the multicast FIB for a specific multicast group address

Platforms

All

Output

The following command displays multicast FIB information and Multicast FIB Fields describes the output fields.

show service id mfib
Output Example
===============================================================================
Multicast FIB, Service 1
===============================================================================
Source Address  Group Address         Port Id                      Svc Id   Fwd
                                                                            Blk
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.0.2        233.252.0.1           sap:1/1/1                    Local    Fwd
                                      sap:1/1/2                    Local    Fwd
2001:db8:1000:* ff0e:db8:1000::1      sap:1/1/1                    Local    Fwd
                                      sap:1/1/2                    Local    Fwd
2001:db8:1001:* ff0e:db8:1001::1      sap:1/1/1                    Local    Fwd
                                      sap:1/1/2                    Local    Fwd
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of entries: 3
===============================================================================

The following command displays multicast FIB IPv4 information and Multicast FIB Fields describes the output fields.

show service id mfib ipv4
Output Example
===============================================================================
Multicast FIB, Service 1
===============================================================================
Source Address  Group Address         Port Id                      Svc Id   Fwd
                                                                            Blk
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.0.2        233.252.0.1           sap:1/1/1                    Local    Fwd
                                      sap:1/1/2                    Local    Fwd
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of entries: 1

The following command displays multicast FIB IPv6 information and Multicast FIB Fields describes the output fields.

show service id mfib ipv6
Output Example
===============================================================================
Multicast FIB, Service 1
===============================================================================
Source Address
                Group Address
                                      Port Id                      Svc Id   Fwd
                                                                            Blk
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2001:db8:1000::1
                ff0e:db8:1000::1
                                      sap:1/1/1                    Local    Fwd
                                      sap:1/1/2                    Local    Fwd
2001:db8:1001::1
                ff0e:db8:1001::1
                                      sap:1/1/1                    Local    Fwd
                                      sap:1/1/2                    Local    Fwd
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of entries: 2

The following command displays multicast FIB statistics information and Multicast FIB Fields describes the output field