p Commands

p2mp

p2mp

Syntax

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [ session ip-addr [label-space]] [summary | detail]

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [ session ip-addr [label-space]] [summary | detail] inner-root ip-address

p2mp p2mp-id identifier [rd rd] [ session ip-addr [label-space]] [family] [ summary | detail] [innermost-root ip-address]

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address rd rd [session ip-addr [ label-space] [family] [summary | detail] [innermost-root ip-address]

p2mp [session ip-addr [label-space]] [ family] [summary | detail] [opaque-type opaque-type]

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [session ip-addr [ label-space]] [family] [summary | detail] inner-root ip-address

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [rd rd] [ session ip-addr [label-space]] [summary | detail]

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address [ session ip-addr [label-space]] [family] [ summary | detail] [innermost-root ip-address]

p2mp stitching [p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [rd rd] [ inner-root ip-address]]

p2mp stitching source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address inner-root ip-address

p2mp stitching p2mp-id identifier [rd rd] innermost-root ip-address

p2mp stitching source ip-address group mcast-address innermost-root ip-address

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ldp>bindings p2mp)

Full Context

show router ldp bindings p2mp

Description

This command displays LDP P2MP FEC bindings.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

family

Displays either IPv4 or IPv6 active LDP information.

group mcast-address

Displays the P2MP group multicast address bindings.

inner-root ip-address

Displays recursive FECs whose inner root address matches the specified address.

innermost-root ip-address

Displays recursive FECs whose inner root address matches the specified address and non-recursive FECs that have a root address that matches the specified address.

opaque-type opaque-type

Specifies the type of a Multi-Point Opaque Value Element.

Values

generic, ssm, vpn-ssm, recursive-ssm, vpn-recursive, grt-recursive

p2mp-id identifier

Displays LDP active P2MP identifier bindings.

Values

0 to 4294967295

rd rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

root ip-address

Displays root IP address information.

session ip-addr[label-space]

Displays information for the LDP session IP address and label space.

source ip-address

Displays LDP active P2MP source bindings.

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

stitching

Displays stitching information for LDP P2MP FEC bindings.

summary

Displays information in a summarized format.

Platforms

All

Output

Output Example

The following show output displays recursive FECs.

A:Dut-C# show router ldp bindings p2mp stitching
===============================================================================
LDP GRT Recursive with Generic IPv4 P2MP Bindings
===============================================================================
RootAddr
InnerRootAddr                                P2MP-Id             Stitch
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.20.1.3
10.20.1.5                                    8193                lowerFec

10.180.5.5
10.20.1.5                                    8193                primUpperFec

10.181.5.5
10.20.1.5                                    8193                bkpUpperFec

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.20.1.3
10.20.1.6                                    8193                lowerFec

10.180.5.5
10.20.1.6                                    8193                primUpperFec

10.181.5.5
10.20.1.6                                    8193                bkpUpperFec

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.180.5.3
10.20.1.1                                    8193                lowerFec

10.20.1.1
--                                           8193                primUpperFec

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.180.5.3
10.20.1.2                                    8193                lowerFec

10.20.1.2
--                                           8193                primUpperFec

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of GRT Recursive with Generic IPv4 P2MP Bindings: 10
===============================================================================


A:Dut-C# show router ldp bindings active p2mp
===============================================================================
LDP Bindings (IPv4 LSR ID 10.20.1.3)
             (IPv6 LSR ID ::)
===============================================================================
Label Status:
        U - Label In Use, N - Label Not In Use, W - Label Withdrawn
        WP - Label Withdraw Pending, BU - Alternate For Fast Re-Route
        e - Label ELC
FEC Flags:
        LF - Lower FEC, UF - Upper FEC, BA - ASBR Backup FEC
===============================================================================
LDP Generic IPv4 P2MP Bindings (Active)
===============================================================================
P2MP-Id                                     Interface
RootAddr                                    Op              IngLbl    EgrLbl
EgrNH                                       EgrIf/LspId
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8193                                        73730
10.20.1.1                                   Pop             262134      --
  --                                          --

8193                                        73730
10.20.1.1 (UF)                              Swap            262134    Stitched
  --                                          --

8193                                        73729
10.20.1.2                                   Pop             262135      --
  --                                          --

8193                                        73729
10.20.1.2 (UF)                              Swap            262135    Stitched
  --                                          --

8193                                        73728
10.20.1.3                                   Push              --      262137
10.180.2.1                                  1/1/1:0

8193                                        73728
10.20.1.3                                   Push              --      262137
10.181.2.1                                  1/1/1:1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Generic IPv4 P2MP Active Bindings: 6
===============================================================================

===============================================================================
LDP GRT Recursive with Generic IPv4 P2MP Bindings (Active)
===============================================================================
P2MP-Id                                     Interface
RootAddr                                    Op              IngLbl    EgrLbl
InnerRootAddr
EgrNH                                       EgrIf/LspId
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8193                                        Unknw
10.20.1.3 (LF)                              Push              --      262135
10.20.1.5
10.180.2.1                                  1/1/1:0

8193                                        Unknw
10.20.1.3 (LF)                              Push              --      262135
10.20.1.5
10.181.2.1                                  1/1/1:1

8193                                        Unknw
10.20.1.3 (LF)                              Push              --      262136
10.20.1.6
10.180.2.1                                  1/1/1:0

8193                                        Unknw
10.20.1.3 (LF)                              Push              --      262136
10.20.1.6
10.181.2.1                                  1/1/1:1

8193                                        Unknw
10.180.5.3 (LF)                             Push              --      262132
10.20.1.1
10.180.5.5                                  2/1/1:0

8193                                        Unknw
10.180.5.3 (LF)                             Push              --      262136
10.20.1.2
10.180.5.5                                  2/1/1:0

8193                                        Unknw
10.180.5.3                                  Push              --      262131
10.20.1.3
10.180.5.5                                  2/1/1:0

8193                                        73731
10.180.5.5                                  Pop             262126      --
10.20.1.5
  --                                          --

8193                                        73731
10.180.5.5 (UF)                             Swap            262126    Stitched
10.20.1.5
  --                                          --

8193                                        73732
10.180.5.5                                  Pop             262124      --
10.20.1.6
  --                                          --

8193                                        73732
10.180.5.5 (UF)                             Swap            262124    Stitched
10.20.1.6
  --                                          --

8193                                        73731
10.181.5.5 (BA)                             Pop             262125      --
10.20.1.5
  --                                          --

8193                                        73731
10.181.5.5 (BA) (UF)                        Swap            262125    Stitched
10.20.1.5
  --                                          --

8193                                        73732
10.181.5.5 (BA)                             Pop             262123      --
10.20.1.6
  --                                          --

8193                                        73732
10.181.5.5 (BA) (UF)                        Swap            262123    Stitched
10.20.1.6
  --                                          --

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of GRT Recursive with Generic IPv4 P2MP Active Bindings: 15
===============================================================================

p2mp

Syntax

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [summary | detail] [egress-if port-id]

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [summary | detail] [egress-lsp tunnel-id]

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [summary | detail] [egress-nh ip-address]

p2mp [family] [summary | detail] [ egress-if port-id] [opaque-type opaque-type]

p2mp [family] [summary | detail] [ egress-lsp tunnel-id] [opaque-type opaque-type]

p2mp [family] [summary | detail] [ egress-nh ip-address] [opaque-type opaque-type]

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [rd rd] [summary | detail] [ egress-if port-id] inner-root ip-address

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [rd rd] [summary | detail] [ egress-lsp tunnel-id] inner-root ip-address

p2mp p2mp-id identifier root ip-address [rd rd] [summary | detail] [ egress-nh ip-address] inner-root ip-address

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [summary | detail] [egress-if port-id] inner-root ip-address

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [summary | detail] [ egress-lsp tunnel-id] inner-root ip-address

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [rd rd] [ summary | detail] [egress-if port-id]

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [rd rd] [ summary | detail] [egress-lsp tunnel-id]

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address root ip-address [rd rd] [ summary | detail] [egress-nh ip-address]

p2mp p2mp-id identifier [rd rd] [family] [summary | detail] [ innermost-root ip-address]

p2mp source ip-address group mcast-address [family] [summary | detail] [ innermost-root ip-address]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ldp>bindings>active p2mp)

Full Context

show router ldp bindings active p2mp

Description

This command displays LDP active P2MP bindings.

Parameters

identifier

Specifies the P2MP ID.

Values

0 to 4294967295

ip-address

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

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

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

mcast-address

Displays the P2MP group multicast address bindings.

Values

ipv4-mcast-addr, ipv6-mcast-addr

rd

Displays information for the route distinguisher.

Values

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

family

Specifies the address family.

Values

ipv4, ipv6

port-id

Specifies the port ID.

Values

slot[/mda[/port]] or slot/mda/port [.channel]

aps-id

aps-group-id[.channel]

aps

keyword

group-id

1 to 128

eth-sat-id

esat-id[/slot/[u]port]

esat

keyword

id

1 to 20

u

keyword for up-link port

tdm-sat-id

tsat-id[/slot/[u]port.channel]

tsat

keyword

id

1 to 20

u

keyword for up-link port

pxc-id

pxc-id.sub-port

pxc

keyword

id

1 to 64

sub-port

a to b

tunnel-id

Specifies the tunnel ID.

Values

0 to 4294967295

opaque-type

Specifies the multi-point opaque value element type.

Values

generic, ssm, vpn-ssm, recursive-ssm, vpn-recursive, grt-recursive

Platforms

All

p2mp-candidate-path

p2mp-candidate-path

Syntax

p2mp-candidate-path [path-name] [oper { up | down}] [in-use]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>p2mp-sr-tree>p2mp-policy p2mp-candidate-path)

Full Context

show router p2mp-sr-tree p2mp-policy p2mp-candidate-path

Description

This command displays candidate path information.

Parameters

path-name

Specifies the candidate path name, up to 32 characters.

oper up

Displays the candidate paths with operational status up.

oper down

Displays the candidate paths with operational status down.

in-use

Displays candidate paths that are in use.

Platforms

All

p2mp-info

p2mp-info

Syntax

p2mp-info [type {originate | transit | terminate}] [s2l-endpoint ip-address]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls p2mp-info)

Full Context

show router mpls p2mp-info

Description

This command displays P2MP cross-connect information.

Parameters

type

Specifies the P2MP type.

Values

originate — Displays the static LSPs that originate at this virtual router.

transit — Displays the static LSPs that transit through this virtual router.

terminate — Displays the static LSPs that terminate at this virtual router

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS p2mp information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-info 
========================================================================
MPLS P2MP Cross Connect Information
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-4000-73729::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.1             Tunnel ID     : 61441
P2MP ID              : 4000                  Lsp ID        : 29696
S2L Name             : ipmsi-4000-73729::pa* To            : 10.20.1.3
In Interface         : 1/1/1                 In Label      : 262129
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-65535-73730::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.1             Tunnel ID     : 61442
P2MP ID              : 65535                 Lsp ID        : 30208
S2L Name             : ipmsi-65535-73730::p* To            : 10.20.1.3
In Interface         : 1/1/1                 In Label      : 262128
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-1001-73728::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.1             Tunnel ID     : 61440
P2MP ID              : 1001                  Lsp ID        : 35840
S2L Name             : ipmsi-1001-73728::pa* To            : 10.20.1.3
In Interface         : 1/1/1                 In Label      : 262127
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-1001-73732::path_ipmsi
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.2             Tunnel ID     : 64944
P2MP ID              : 1001                  Lsp ID        : 34816
S2L Name             : ipmsi-1001-73732::pa* To            : 10.20.1.3
In Interface         : 1/1/2                 In Label      : 262114
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-4000-73729::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61441
P2MP ID              : 4000                  Lsp ID        : 16384
S2L Name             : ipmsi-4000-73729::pa* To            : 10.20.1.1
Out Interface        : 1/1/1                 Out Label     : 262131
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-4000-73729::path_ipmsi      
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61441
P2MP ID              : 4000                  Lsp ID        : 16384
S2L Name             : ipmsi-4000-73729::pa* To            : 10.20.1.4
Out Interface        : 2/1/1                 Out Label     : 262121
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-1001-73728::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61440
P2MP ID              : 1001                  Lsp ID        : 22016
S2L Name             : ipmsi-1001-73728::pa* To            : 10.20.1.1
Out Interface        : 1/1/1                 Out Label     : 262129
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-1001-73728::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61440
P2MP ID              : 1001                  Lsp ID        : 22016
S2L Name             : ipmsi-1001-73728::pa* To            : 10.20.1.2
Out Interface        : 1/1/2                 Out Label     : 262115
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-1001-73728::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61440
P2MP ID              : 1001                  Lsp ID        : 22016
S2L Name             : ipmsi-1001-73728::pa* To            : 10.20.1.4
Out Interface        : 2/1/1                 Out Label     : 262108
Num. of S2ls         : 2                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-1001-73728::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61440
P2MP ID              : 1001                  Lsp ID        : 22016
S2L Name             : ipmsi-1001-73728::pa* To            : 10.20.1.5
Out Interface        : 2/1/1                 Out Label     : 262108
Num. of S2ls         : 2                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-65535-73730::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61442
P2MP ID              : 65535                 Lsp ID        : 46592
S2L Name             : ipmsi-65535-73730::p* To            : 10.20.1.1
Out Interface        : 1/1/1                 Out Label     : 262130
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
S2L ipmsi-65535-73730::path_ipmsi
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source IP Address    : 10.20.1.3             Tunnel ID     : 61442
P2MP ID              : 65535                 Lsp ID        : 46592
S2L Name             : ipmsi-65535-73730::p* To            : 10.20.1.4
Out Interface        : 2/1/1                 Out Label     : 262109
Num. of S2ls         : 1                     
------------------------------------------------------------------------
P2MP Cross-connect instances : 12

p2mp-lsp

p2mp-lsp

Syntax

p2mp-lsp [lsp-name] [detail]

p2mp-lsp [lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-instance-name] [ mbb]

p2mp-lsp [lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-instance-name] s2l [s2l-name [to s2l-to-address]] [ status {up | down}] [detail]

p2mp-lsp [lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-instance-name] s2l [s2l-name [to s2l-to-address]] mbb

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls p2mp-lsp)

Full Context

show router mpls p2mp-lsp

Description

This command displays MPLS P2MP LSP information.

Parameters

lsp-name

Specifies the LSP name, up to 64 characters, used in the path.

p2mp-instance [p2mp-instance-name

Specifies the administrative name for the P2MP instance which must be unique within a virtual router instance.

mbb

Specifies to display make-before-break (MBB) information.

s2l

Specifies the source-to-leaf (S2L) name.

to s2l-to-address

Indicates the IP address of the destination address of the S2L sub-LSP.

status

Displays the status of the p2mp LSP.

Values

up — Displays the total time that this S2l has been operational.

down — Displays the total time that this S2l has not been operational.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS p2mp LSP information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-lsp  
  - p2mp-lsp [<lsp-name>] [detail]
  - p2mp-lsp [<lsp-name>] p2mp-instance [<p2mp-instance-name>] [mbb]
  - p2mp-lsp [<lsp-name>] p2mp-instance [<p2mp-instance-name>] s2l [<s2l-name>
    [to <s2l-to-address>]][status {up | down}] [detail]
  - p2mp-lsp [<lsp-name>] p2mp-instance [<p2mp-instance-name>] s2l [<s2l-name>
    [to <s2l-to-address>]] <mbb>
  - p2mp-lsp using-template [lsp-template <template-name>] [detail]
 
<lsp-name>           : [64 chars max] - accepts * as wildcard char
<p2mp-instance>      : keyword
<p2mp-instance-name> : [max 32 chars]
<s2l>                : keyword
<s2l-name>           : [max 32 chars]
<up | down>            : keywords
<detail>             : keyword
<mbb>                : keyword
<s2l-to-address>     : [a.b.c.d]
<using-template>     : keyword
<lsp-template>       : [32 chars max]
 


*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-lsp 
==============================================================================
MPLS P2MP LSPs (Originating)
==============================================================================
LSP Name                                                            Adm   Opr
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipmsi-1001-73728                                                    Up    Up
ipmsi-4000-73729                                                    Up    Up
ipmsi-65535-73730                                                   Up    Up
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSPs : 3
==============================================================================
*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-lsp detail 
==============================================================================
MPLS P2MP LSPs (Originating) (Detail)
==============================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-1001-73728
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61440
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 6d 21:08:37                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 1                                Path Changes   : 1
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
 
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Disabled                         VprnAutoBind   : Disabled
IGP Shortcut: Disabled                         BGP Shortcut   : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Disabled                         
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         CSPFFirstLoose : Disabled
P2MPInstance: 1001                             P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 4                                S2L Oper Count*: 4
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.4
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.5
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-4000-73729
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61441
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 6d 21:08:38                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 1                                Path Changes   : 1
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
 
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Disabled                         VprnAutoBind   : Disabled
IGP Shortcut: Disabled                         BGP Shortcut   : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Disabled                         
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         CSPFFirstLoose : Disabled

P2MPInstance: 4000                             P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 2                                S2L Oper Count*: 2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.4
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-65535-73730
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61442
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 6d 21:08:39                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 1                                Path Changes   : 1
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
 
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Disabled                         VprnAutoBind   : Disabled
IGP Shortcut: Disabled                         BGP Shortcut   : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Disabled                         
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         CSPFFirstLoose : Disabled

P2MPInstance: 65535                            P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 2                                S2L Oper Count*: 2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.4
========================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.
*A:Dut-C#


*A:sim1>config>router>mpls>lsp$ show router mpls p2mp-lsp p2mp-instance s2l detail
========================================================================
MPLS LSP  S2L  (Detail)
========================================================================
Legend :
    @ - Detour Available                          # - Detour In Use
    b - Bandwidth Protected                       n - Node Protected
    S - Strict                                    L - Loose
    s - Soft Preemption
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP 1 S2L 1
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : 1                                  S2l LSP ID  : 26624
P2MP ID     : 0                                  S2l Grp Id  : 0
Adm State   : Up                                 Oper State  : Down
S2l State:  : Inactive                                       :
S2L Name    : 1                                  To          : 10.20.1.3
S2l Admin   : Up                                 S2l Oper    : Down
OutInterface: n/a                                Out Label   : n/a
S2L Up Time : 0d 00:00:00                        S2L Dn Time : 0d 00:00:01
RetryAttempt: 0                                  NextRetryIn : 9 sec (Fast)
S2L Trans   : 8                                  CSPF Queries: 4
Failure Code: noError                            Failure Node: n/a
ExplicitHops:
    10.20.1.2(S)
Actual Hops :
    No Hops Specified
ComputedHops:
    No Hops Specified
LastResignal: n/a
========================================================================


show router mpls p2mp-lsp p2mp-instance s2l detail
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP 2 S2L 2
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : 2                                  S2l LSP ID  : 52230
P2MP ID     : 0                                  S2l Grp Id  : 2
Adm State   : Up                                 Oper State  : Up
S2l State:  : Active                                         :
S2L Name    : 2                                  To          : 10.20.1.3
S2l Admin   : Up                                 S2l Oper    : Up
OutInterface: 1/1/1                              Out Label   : 131071
S2L Up Time : 0d 00:04:43                        S2L Dn Time : 0d 00:00:00
RetryAttempt: 0                                  NextRetryIn : 0 sec
S2L Trans   : 5                                  CSPF Queries: 21
Failure Code: tunnelLocallyRepaired              Failure Node: 10.20.1.2
ExplicitHops:
    10.20.1.2(S)
Actual Hops :
    10.10.1.1(10.20.1.1)                         Record Label    : N/A
 -> 10.10.1.2(10.20.1.2) @ #                     Record Label    : 131071
 -> 10.10.6.3(10.20.1.3)                         Record Label    : 131068
ComputedHops:
    10.10.1.1(S)       -> 10.10.1.2(S)       -> 10.10.5.3(S)
LastResignal: n/a
In Prog MBB :
 MBB Type   : GlobalRevert                       NextRetryIn : n/a
 Timeout In : 23 sec                                      
 Started At : 06/29/2011 11:06:09                RetryAttempt: 7
 FailureCode: noError                            Failure Node: n/a
========================================================================


*A:Dut-C>config>router>mpls>lsp$ /show router mpls lsp path detail 
========================================================================
MPLS LSP  Path  (Detail)
========================================================================
Legend : 
    @ - Detour Available              # - Detour In Use
    b - Bandwidth Protected           n - Node Protected
    s - Soft Preemption           
    S - Strict                        L - Loose
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP 1 Path 1
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : 1                                  Path LSP ID : 56320
From        : 10.20.1.3                          To          : 10.10.1.1
Adm State   : Up                                 Oper State  : Up
Path Name   : 1                                  Path Type   : Primary
Path Admin  : Up                                 Path Oper   : Up
OutInterface: 1/1/1                              Out Label   : 131071
Path Up Time: 0d 00:03:09                        Path Dn Time: 0d 00:00:00
Retry Limit : 0                                  Retry Timer : 30 sec
RetryAttempt: 0                                  NextRetryIn : 0 sec 
SetupPriori*: 7                                  Hold Priori*: 0
Preference  : n/a                                
Bandwidth   : No Reservation                     Oper Bw     : 0 Mbps
Hop Limit   : 255                                Class Type  : 0
Backup CT   : None                               
MainCT Retry: n/a                                MainCT Retry: 0
    Rem     :                                        Limit   :  
Oper CT     : 0                                  
Record Route: Record                             Record Label: Record
Oper MTU    : 1496                               Neg MTU     : 1496
Adaptive    : Enabled                            Oper Metric : 1000
Include Grps:                                    Exclude Grps:  
None                                           None
Path Trans  : 1                                  CSPF Queries: 3
Failure Code: badNode                            Failure Node: 10.20.1.3
 
Oper Values :                                    
Setup Prior*: 7                                  Hold Priori*: 0
Record Route: Record                             Record Label: Record
Hop Limit   : 255                                
Adspec      : Disabled                           
CSPF        : Enabled                            CSPFToFirst*: Disabled
Least Fill  : Disabled                           FR Node Pro*: Disabled
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                           
Include Grps:                                    Exclude Grps:  
None                                           None
                                      
ExplicitHops:                                    
    No Hops Specified                 
Actual Hops :                                    
    10.10.2.3(10.20.1.3) @ #                     Record Label    : N/A
 -> 10.10.1.1(10.20.1.1)                         Record Label    : 131071
ComputedHops:                                    
    10.10.2.3(S)       -> 10.10.2.1(S)      
ResigEligib*: False                              
LastResignal: n/a                                CSPF Metric : 1000
In Prog MBB :                         
 MBB Type   : GlobalRevert                       NextRetryIn : 0 sec
 Timeout In : 22 sec                             
 Started At : 08/26/2011 23:59:29                RetryAttempt: 2
 FailureCode: noError                            Failure Node: n/a
 Signaled BW: 0 Mbps                             
========================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.


show router mpls p2mp-lsp p2mp-instance s2l detail
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP 2 S2L 2
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : 2                                  S2l LSP ID  : 52230
P2MP ID     : 0                                  S2l Grp Id  : 4
Adm State   : Up                                 Oper State  : Down
S2l State:  : Inactive                                       :
S2L Name    : 2                                  To          : 10.20.1.3
S2l Admin   : Up                                 S2l Oper    : In Progress
OutInterface: n/a                                Out Label   : n/a
S2L Up Time : 0d 00:00:00                        S2L Dn Time : 0d 00:00:20
RetryAttempt: 1                                  NextRetryIn : n/a
Timeout In  : 21 sec
S2L Trans   : 6                                  CSPF Queries: 27
Failure Code: noError                            Failure Node: n/a
ExplicitHops:
    10.20.1.2(S)
Actual Hops :
    No Hops Specified
LastResignal: n/a


*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-lsp 
=============================================================================
MPLS P2MP LSPs (Originating)
=============================================================================
LSP Name                                                            Adm   Opr
------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipmsi-1001-73728                                                    Up    Up
ipmsi-4000-73729                                                    Up    Up
ipmsi-65535-73730                                                   Up    Up
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSPs : 3
========================================================================


*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-lsp detail 
========================================================================
MPLS P2MP LSPs (Originating) (Detail)
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-1001-73728
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61440
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 6d 21:08:37                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 1                                Path Changes   : 1
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Disabled                         VprnAutoBind   : Disabled
IGP Shortcut: Disabled                         BGP Shortcut   : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Disabled                         
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         CSPFFirstLoose : Disabled
P2MPInstance: 1001                             P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 4                                S2L Oper Count*: 4
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.4
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.5
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-4000-73729
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61441
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 6d 21:08:38                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 1                                Path Changes   : 1
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Disabled                         VprnAutoBind   : Disabled
IGP Shortcut: Disabled                         BGP Shortcut   : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Disabled                         
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         CSPFFirstLoose : Disabled
P2MPInstance: 4000                             P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 2                                S2L Oper Count*: 2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.4
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-65535-73730
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61442
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 6d 21:08:39                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 1                                Path Changes   : 1
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Disabled                         VprnAutoBind   : Disabled
IGP Shortcut: Disabled                         BGP Shortcut   : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Disabled                         
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         CSPFFirstLoose : Disabled
P2MPInstance: 65535                            P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 2                                S2L Oper Count*: 2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.4
========================================================================
* indicates that the corresponding row element may have been truncated.


*A:Dut-C#
*A:sim1>config>router>mpls>lsp$ show router mpls p2mp-lsp p2mp-instance s2l detail
========================================================================
MPLS LSP  S2L  (Detail)
========================================================================
Legend :
    @ - Detour Available                          # - Detour In Use
    b - Bandwidth Protected                       n - Node Protected
    S - Strict                                    L - Loose
    s - Soft Preemption
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP 1 S2L 1
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : 1                                  S2l LSP ID  : 26624
P2MP ID     : 0                                  S2l Grp Id  : 0
Adm State   : Up                                 Oper State  : Down
S2l State:  : Inactive                                       :
S2L Name    : 1                                  To          : 10.20.1.3
S2l Admin   : Up                                 S2l Oper    : Down
OutInterface: n/a                                Out Label   : n/a
S2L Up Time : 0d 00:00:00                        S2L Dn Time : 0d 00:00:01
RetryAttempt: 0                                  NextRetryIn : 9 sec (Fast)
S2L Trans   : 8                                  CSPF Queries: 4
Failure Code: noError                            Failure Node: n/a
ExplicitHops:
    10.20.1.2(S)
Actual Hops :
    No Hops Specified
ComputedHops:
    No Hops Specified
LastResignal: n/a
========================================================================

A:ALU-25# show router mpls p2mp-lsp lsp_1
========================================================================
MPLS LSPs (Originating)
========================================================================
LSP Name                      To/P2MP ID             Fastfail     Adm   Opr  
                                                       Config                  
------------------------------------------------------------------------
lsp_1                              18                  Yes        Up    Up   
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSPs : 1
========================================================================
A:ALU-25#

A:ALU-25# show router mpls p2mp-lsp Test_p2mp detail
========================================================================
MPLS P2MP LSPs (Originating) (Detail)
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : lsp_1                            LSP Tunnel ID  : 1
From        : 10.10.1.1                        P2MP ID        : 18              
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down
LSP Up Time : 0d 00:00:00                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 20:39:48
Transitions : 0                                Path Changes   : 0
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : FF
Hop Limit   : 255                              Adaptive       : Enabled
FastReroute : Disabled                         Oper FR        : Disabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 45             
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled        
FR Object   : Enabled                                                          
CSPF        : Disabled                         ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : 1                                Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :
None                                           None

P2MPinstance:Test_p2mp                         p2mp-inst-type : primary

S2L Name    :Test-s2l1                         To             : 10.20.1.6
S2L Name    :Test-s2l2                         To             : 10.20.1.5
S2L Name    :Test-s2l3                         To             : 10.20.1.4
------------------------------------------------------------------------
A:ALU-25#


A:ALU-25# show router mpls p2mp-lsp Test_p2mp 
========================================================================
MPLS P2MP Instance (Originating)
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : lsp_1                            LSP Tunnel ID  : 1
P2MP ID     : 18                               Path LSP ID    : 18
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down

P2MPinstance:Test_p2mp                         p2mp-inst-type : primary
Inst Name   : lsp_1                            P2MP Inst ID   : 1
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down
Inst Up Time: 0d 00:00:00                      Inst Down Time : 0d 20:39:48
Hop Limit   : 255                              Adaptive       : Enabled
Record Route: Record                           Record Label   : Record          
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :
None                                           None
Bandwidth   : 0 Mbps                           Oper Bw        : 0 Mbps

S2L Name    :Test-s2l1                         To             : 10.20.1.6
S2L Name    :Test-s2l2                         To             : 10.20.1.5
S2L Name    :Test-s2l3                         To             : 10.20.1.4
------------------------------------------------------------------------
A:ALU-25# 

Note that the normal output is in detailed format only. There is no separate detail format.

A:ALU-52# show router mpls p2mp-lsp [p2mp-lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-inst-name] 
========================================================================
MPLS P2MP Instance (Originating)
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : lsp_1                            LSP Tunnel ID  : 1
P2MP ID     : 18                               Path LSP ID    : 18
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down

P2MPinstance:Test_p2mp                         p2mp-inst-type : primary
Inst Name   : lsp_1                            P2MP Inst ID   : 1
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down
Inst Up Time: 0d 00:00:00                      Inst Down Time : 0d 20:39:48
Hop Limit   : 255                              Adaptive       : Enabled
Record Route: Record                           Record Label   : Record          
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :
None                                           None
Bandwidth   : 0 Mbps                           Oper Bw        : 0 Mbps

S2L Name    :Test-s2l1                         To             : 10.20.1.6
S2L Name    :Test-s2l2                         To             : 10.20.1.5
S2L Name    :Test-s2l3                         To             : 10.20.1.4
------------------------------------------------------------------------
A:ALU-52#


A:ALU-52# show router mpls p2mp-lsp [p2mp-lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-inst-
name] mbb
========================================================================
MPLS P2MP Instance (Originating)
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : lsp_1                            LSP Tunnel ID  : 1
P2MP ID     : 18                               Path LSP ID    : 18
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down

P2MPinstance:Test_p2mp                         p2mp-inst-type : primary
Inst Name   : lsp_1                            P2MP Inst ID   : 1
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down
Inst Up Time: 0d 00:00:00                      Inst Down Time : 0d 20:39:48
Hop Limit   : 255                              Adaptive       : Enabled
Record Route: Record                           Record Label   : Record          
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :
None                                           None
Bandwidth   : 0 Mbps                           Oper Bw        : 0 Mbps
Last MBB    :    
MBB type    :                                  Mbb State      :
ended at    :                                  Old Metric     : 
In Prog MBB :
MBB type    :                                  Next Retry In  :
Started at  :                                  Retry Attempt  :
Failure code:                                  Failure Node   : 

S2L Name    :Test-s2l1                         To             : 10.20.1.6
S2l Admin   :                                  S2l Oper       :
Failure code:                                  Failure Node   : 10.12.1.1 

S2L Name    :Test-s2l1                         To             : 10.20.1.6
S2l Admin   :                                  S2l Oper       :
Failure code:                                  Failure Node   : 10.12.1.1 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
A:ALU-52#


A:ALU-52# show router mpls p2mp-lsp [p2mp-lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-inst-
name] s2l 
[s2l-name]
========================================================================
MPLS S2Ls (Originating)
========================================================================
S2L Name                           To             Next Hop     Adm   Opr
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Test-s2l1                          10.20.1.6      10.10.1.2    Up    Up   
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSPs : 1
========================================================================
A:ALU-52#


A:ALU-52# show router mpls p2mp-lsp [p2mp-lsp-name] p2mp-instance [p2mp-inst-
name] s2l 
[s2l-name] detail
========================================================================
MPLS S2Ls (Originating) (Detail)
========================================================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating
------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : lsp_1                            LSP Tunnel ID  : 1
P2MP ID     : 18                               Path LSP ID    : 18
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down

P2MP Primary Instance:
Inst Name   : lsp_1                            P2MP Inst ID   : 1
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down

S2L Name    : Test-s2l1                        To             : 10.20.1.6
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Down
OutInterface: 1/1/1                            Out Label      : 131071          
S2L Up Time : 0d 00:00:00                      S2L Down Time  : 0d 20:39:48
Transitions : 0                                Path Changes   : 0
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec          
RetryAttempt: 0                                NextRetryIn    : 0 sec           
Bandwidth   : No Reservation                   Oper Bw        : 0 Mbps          
Hop Limit   : 255                              Adaptive       : Enabled
Record Route: Record                           Record Label   : Record          
Oper MTU    : 1496                             Neg MTU        : 1496            
FastReroute : Disabled                         Oper FR        : Disabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 45             
FR Bandwidth: 0 Mbps                           FR Node Protect: Disabled        
FR Object   : Enabled
CSPF        : Disabled                         ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : 1                                Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :
None                                           None
CSPF Queries: 9               
Failure Code: noError                          Failure Node   : n/a             
ExplicitHops:
    No Hops Specified
Actual Hops :
    10.10.1.1(10.20.1.1) @                     Record Label   : N/A
 -> 10.10.1.2(10.20.1.2)                       Record Label   : 131071
ComputedHops:                                                                  
    10.10.1.1       -> 10.10.1.2
LastResignal: n/a                              CSPF Metric    : 1000            
------------------------------------------------------------------------
A:ALU-52#


*A:Dut-C# show router mpls p2mp-lsp "ipmsi-1-73752" detail 

=======================================================================
MPLS P2MP LSPs (Originating) (Detail)
=======================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type : Originating 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
LSP Name    : ipmsi-1-73752
LSP Type    : P2mpAutoLsp                      LSP Tunnel ID  : 61445
From        : 10.20.1.3                        
Adm State   : Up                               Oper State     : Up
LSP Up Time : 0d 00:00:51                      LSP Down Time  : 0d 00:00:00
Transitions : 3                                Path Changes   : 3
Retry Limit : 0                                Retry Timer    : 30 sec
Signaling   : RSVP                             Resv. Style    : SE
Hop Limit   : 255                              Negotiated MTU : n/a
Adaptive    : Enabled                          ClassType      : 0
FastReroute : Enabled                          Oper FR        : Enabled
FR Method   : Facility                         FR Hop Limit   : 16
FR Node Pro*: Disabled                         FR Prop Adm Grp: Disabled
FR Object   : Enabled                          
Egress Stats: Enabled                          Egress Oper St*: Out-of-resource
CSPF        : Enabled                          ADSPEC         : Disabled
Metric      : Disabled                         Use TE metric  : Disabled
Include Grps:                                  Exclude Grps   :  
None                                           None
Least Fill  : Disabled                         
 
Auto BW     : Disabled                         
LdpOverRsvp : Enabled                          VprnAutoBind   : Enabled
IGP Shortcut: Enabled                          BGP Shortcut   : Enabled
IGP LFA     : Disabled                         IGP Rel Metric : Disabled
BGPTransTun : Enabled                          
Oper Metric : Disabled                         
Prop Adm Grp: Disabled                         
 
P2MPInstance: 1                                P2MP-Inst-type : Primary
S2L Cfg Cou*: 4                                S2L Oper Count*: 4
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.1
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.2
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.5
S2l-Name    : path_ipmsi                       To             : 10.20.1.6
=======================================================================

p2mp-policy

p2mp-policy

Syntax

p2mp-policy [root-address ip-address] [tree-id tree-id] [candidate-path path-name] [ detail]

Context

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

Full Context

show router p2mp-sr-tree database p2mp-policy

Description

This command displays the policy information present in the P2MP SR tree database.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the root IPv4 address.

tree-id

Specifies the P2MP SR tree ID.

Values

8193 to 16286

path-name

Specifies the candidate path name, up to 64 characters.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of P2MP SR tree database policy information.

Output Example
A:node-2>show>router>p2mp-sr-tree>database# p2mp-policy 
===============================================================================
P2MP Policies
===============================================================================
Policy-Name                                                            
RootAddr                            TreeId              State         NumPaths
Tunnel                              Active-Path                        
  Candidate-Path                    Origin              ASN           PLSP-ID
  State                             Create-Time                       Desc
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
test                                                                   
100.0.0.103                         9000                inService     1
73729                               Primary-path                       
  Primary-path                      configuration       0             --
  inService                         0d 00:00:01                       1
test-spmsi                                                             
100.0.0.103                         9001                inService     1
0                                   Primary-path                       
  Primary-path                      configuration       0             --
  inService                         0d 00:00:01                       1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total P2MP Policies : 2

p2mp-policy

Syntax

p2mp-policy [policy-name] [root-tree-id root-tree-id] [root-addr ip-address]

Context

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

Full Context

show router p2mp-sr-tree p2mp-policy

Description

This command displays the P2MP policy information.

Parameters

policy-name

Specifies the policy name, up to 256 characters.

root-tree-id

Specifies the root tree ID.

Values

8193 to 16286

ip-address

Specifies the root IPv4 address.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of P2MP SR tree policy information.

Output Example
A:swsim103>show>router>p2mp-sr-tree# p2mp-policy 
===============================================================================
P2MP Policies
===============================================================================
Name                                    TreeId NumPaths       Adm/Opr
RootAddr                                                      SvcId
activeCPName                                                  ActInstId
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
test                                    9000   1              Up/Up
100.0.0.103                                                   70
Primary-path                                                  1
                                                               
test-spmsi                              9001   1              Up/Up
100.0.0.103                                                   70
Primary-path                                                  1
                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total P2MP Policies : 2
===============================================================================

p2mp-sr-tree

p2mp-sr-tree

Syntax

p2mp-sr-tree

Context

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

Full Context

show router p2mp-sr-tree

Description

Commands in this context display P2MP SR tree information.

Platforms

All

packet

packet

Syntax

packet packet-number

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam>build-packet packet)

Full Context

show test-oam build-packet packet

Description

This command displays the OAM egress port finder information for a specific packet.

Parameters

packet-number

Specifies the packet number.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

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

packet-size

packet-size

Syntax

packet-size protocol [clear]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>cflowd packet-size)

Full Context

tools dump cflowd packet-size

Description

This command displays packet size distribution for sampled IP traffic. Values are displays in decimal format (1.0 = 100%, .500 = 50%). Separate statistics are maintained and shown for IPv4 and IPv6 traffic.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of cflowd packet size information.

Output Example
SR-12# tools dump cflowd packet-size ipv4
 IP packet size distribution (801600 total packets):
   1-32   64   96  128  160  192  224  256  288  320  352  384  416  448  480
   .000 .250 .000 .000 .010 .100 .500 .090 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

    512  544  576 1024 1536 2048 2560 3072 3584 4096 4608 9000
   .000 .000 .000 .050 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

parameters

parameters

Syntax

parameters

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ldp parameters)

Full Context

show router ldp parameters

Description

This command displays configuration information about LDP parameters.

Platforms

All

Output

LDP Parameters Output

LDP Parameters Output Fields describes the LDP parameters output fields.

Table 1. LDP Parameters Output Fields

Label

Description

Keepalive Timeout

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

Timeout Factor

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

Hold Time

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

Hello Factor

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

Auth

Enabled — Authentication using MD5 message based digest protocol is enabled.

Disabled — No authentication is used.

Admin Status

inService — The LDP is administratively enabled.

outService — The LDP is administratively disabled.

Deaggregated FECs

False — LDP aggregates multiple prefixes into a single Forwarding Equivalence Class (FEC) and advertises a single label for the FEC. This value is only applicable to LDP interfaces and not for targeted sessions.

True — LDP de-aggregates prefixes into multiple FECs.

Propagate Policy

The Propagate Policy value specifies whether the LSR should generate FECs and which FECs it should generate.

system — LDP distributes label bindings only for the router's system IP address.

interface — LDP distributes label bindings for all LDP interfaces.

all — LDP distributes label bindings for all prefixes in the routing table.

none — LDP does not distribute any label bindings.

Transport Address

interface — The interface's IP address is used to set up the LDP session between neighbors. If multiple interfaces exist between two neighbors, the 'interface' mode cannot be used because only one LDP session is actually set up between the two neighbors.

system — The system's IP address is used to set up the LDP session between neighbors.

Label-Retention

liberal — All advertised label mappings are retained whether they are from a valid next hop or not. When the label distribution value is downstream unsolicited, a router may receive label bindings for the same destination for all its neighbors. Labels for the non-next hops for the FECs are retained in the software but not used. When a network topology change occurs where a non-nexthop becomes a true next hop, the label received earlier is then used.

conservative — Advertised label mappings are retained only if they are used to forward packets; for example, if the label came from a valid next hop. Label bindings received from non-next hops for each FEC are discarded.

Control Mode

ordered — Label bindings are not distributed in response to a label request until a label binding has been received from the next hop for the destination.

independent — Label bindings are distributed immediately in response to a label request even if a label binding has not yet been received from the next hop for the destination.

Route Preference

The route preference assigned to LDP routes. When multiple routes are available to a destination, the route with the lowest preference is used. This value is only applicable to LDP interfaces and not for targeted sessions.

Loop Detection

none — Loop detection is not supported on this router. This is the only valid value because Path Vector based loop detection is not supported.

other — Loop detection is supported but by a method other than hopCount, pathVector, or hopCountAndPathVector.

hopCount — Loop detection is supported by hop count only.

pathVector — Loop detection is supported by path vector only.

hopCountAndPathVector — Loop detection is supported by both path vector and hop count.

Keepalive Timeout

The factor used to derive the Keepalive interval.

Keepalive Factor

The time interval (in s), that LDP waits before tearing down the session.

Hold-Time

The time left before a neighbor is declared to be down.

Hello Factor

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

Auth

Enabled — Authentication using MD5 message based digest protocol is enabled.

Disabled — No authentication is used.

Passive-Mode

true — LDP responds only when it gets a connect request from a peer and does not attempt to actively connect to its neighbors.

false — LDP actively tries to connect to its peers.

Targeted-Sessions

true — Targeted sessions are enabled.

false — Targeted sessions are disabled.

Output Example
*A:Dut-A# show router ldp parameters             
===============================================================================
LDP Parameters (IPv4 LSR ID 10.20.1.1:0)
               (IPv6 LSR ID 3ffe::a14:101[0])
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Graceful Restart Parameters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Graceful Restart   : Disabled           
Nbor Liveness Time : 120 sec            Max Recovery Time   : 120
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv4 Interface Parameters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Keepalive Timeout  : 30 sec             Keepalive Factor    : 3
Hold Time          : 15 sec             Hello Factor        : 3
Transport Address  : system             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv6 Interface Parameters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Keepalive Timeout  : 30 sec             Keepalive Factor    : 3
Hold Time          : 15 sec             Hello Factor        : 3
Transport Address  : system             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Targeted Session Parameters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Import Pfx Policies: None               Export Pfx Policies : None
Prefer Tunl-in-Tunl: Disabled           SDP Auto Targ Sess  : Enabled
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv4 Targeted Session Parameters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Keepalive Timeout  : 30 sec             Keepalive Factor    : 3
Hold Time          : 15 sec             Hello Factor        : 3
Hello Reduction    : Disabled           Hello Reduction Fctr: 3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPv6 Targeted Session Parameters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Keepalive Timeout  : 40 sec             Keepalive Factor    : 4
Hold Time          : 45 sec             Hello Factor        : 3
Hello Reduction    : Disabled           Hello Reduction Fctr: 3
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-A# 

partition

partition

Syntax

partition summary

Context

[Tree] (show>app-assure>group partition)

Full Context

show application-assurance group partition

Description

This command displays partition information.

Parameters

summary

Displays partition summary information.

Platforms

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

passive-dns

passive-dns

Syntax

passive-dns

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>app-assure>group>ipassist passive-dns)

Full Context

tools dump application-assurance group ip-identification-assist passive-dns

Description

Commands in this context dump passive DNS monitoring statistics.

Platforms

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

password-options

password-options

Syntax

password-options

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security password-options)

Full Context

show system security password-options

Description

This command displays configured password options.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of password options information, and Show Password Options Output Fields describes the output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-7# show system security password-options
===============================================================================
Password Options
===============================================================================
Password aging in days                           : none
Time required between password changes           : 0d 00:10:00

Number of invalid attempts permitted per login   : 3
Time in minutes per login attempt                : 5
Lockout period (when threshold breached)         : 10
Authentication order                             : radius tacplus local
User password history length                     : disabled
Password hashing                                 : bcrypt
Accepted password length                         : 6..56 characters
Credits for each character type                  : none
Required character types                         : none
Minimum number different character types         : 0
Required distance with previous password         : 5
Allow consecutively repeating a character        : always
Allow passwords containing username              : yes
Palindrome allowed                               : no
===============================================================================
A:ALA-7#
Table 2. Show Password Options Output Fields

Label

Description

Password aging in days

Displays the number of days a user password is valid before the user must change their password.

Time required between password changes

Displays the time interval between changed passwords.

Number of invalid attempts permitted per login

Displays the number of unsuccessful login attempts allowed for the specified time.

Time in minutes per login attempt

Displays the period of time, in minutes, that a specified number of unsuccessful attempts can be made before the user is locked out.

Lockout period (when threshold breached)

Displays the number of minutes that the user is locked out if the threshold of unsuccessful login attempts has been exceeded.

Authentication order

Displays the sequence in which password authentication is attempted among RADIUS, TACACS+, and local passwords.

User password history length

Displays the size of the password history file to be stored.

Password hashing

Displays the system hashing algorithm for passwords.

Accepted password length

Displays the minimum length required for local passwords.

Credits for each character type

Displays the credit for each character type. A credit is obtained for a specific character type; for example, uppercase, lowercase, numeric, or special character. Credits per character type are configurable. Credits can be used toward the minimum length of the password, so a trade-off can be made between a very long, simple password and a short, complex one.

Required character types

Displays the character types that are required in a password; for example, uppercase, lowercase, numeric, or special character.

Minimum number different character types

Displays the minimum number of each different character types in a password.

Required distance with previous password

Displays the minimum Levenshtein distance between a new password and the old password.

Allow consecutively repeating a character

Displays the number of times the same character is allowed to be repeated consecutively.

Allow passwords containing username

Displays whether the user name is allowed as part of the password.

Palindrome allowed

Displays whether palindromes are allowed as part of the password.

password-options

Syntax

password-options

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security password-options)

Full Context

show system security password-options

Description

This command displays password options.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of password option information.

Show Password-Options Output Fields describes password-options output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-48>show>system>security# password-options
===============================================================================
Password Options
===============================================================================
Password aging in days                           : 365
Number of invalid attempts permitted per login   : 5
Time in minutes per login attempt                : 5
Lockout period (when threshold breached)         : 20
Authentication order                             : radius tacplus local
User password hashing algorithm                  : bcrypt
Configured complexity options                    :
Minimum password length                          : 8
===============================================================================
A:ALA-48>show>system>security#
Table 3. Show Password-Options Output Fields

Label

Description

Password aging in days

Displays the number of days a user password is valid before the user must change his password.

Number of invalid attempts permitted per login

Displays the maximum number of unsuccessful login attempts allowed for a user.

Time in minutes per login attempt

Displays the time in minutes that user is to be locked out.

Lockout period (when threshold breached)

Displays the number of minutes the user is locked out if the threshold of unsuccessful login attempts has exceeded.

Authentication order

Displays the most preferred method to authenticate and authorize a user.

User password hashing algorithm

Displays the algorithm with which the system hashes the user passwords.

Configured complexity options

Displays the complexity requirements of locally administered passwords, HMAC-MD5-96, HMAC-SHA-96 and DES-keys configured in the authentication section.

Minimum password length

Displays the minimum number of characters required in the password.

path

path

Syntax

path [path-name] [lsp-binding]

path path-name p2mp-lsp-binding

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mpls path)

Full Context

show router mpls path

Description

This command displays MPLS paths.

Parameters

path-name

Specifies the unique name label for the LSP path.

lsp-binding

Displays binding information.

p2mp-lsp-binding

Displays binding information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MPLS path information.

MPLS Path Output Fields describes MPLS Path output fields.

Table 4. MPLS Path Output Fields

Label

Description

Path Name

The unique name label for the LSP path.

Adm

Down — The path is administratively disabled.

Up — The path is administratively enabled.

Hop Index

The value used to order the hops in a path.

IP Address

The IP address of the hop that the LSP should traverse on the way to the egress router.

Strict/Loose

Strict — The LSP must take a direct path from the previous hop router to the next router.

Loose — The route taken by the LSP from the previous hop to the next hop can traverse through other routers.

LSP Name

The name of the LSP used in the path.

Binding

Primary — The preferred path for the LSP.

Secondary — The standby path for the LSP.

Paths

Total number of paths configured.

Output Example
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls# show router mpls path
===============================================================================
MPLS Path:
===============================================================================
Path Name                       Adm  Hop Index   IP Address       Strict/Loose
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
to_10_30_1_1                    Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_30_1_2                    Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_30_1_3                    Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_30_1_4                    Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_30_1_5                    Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_30_1_6                    Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_30_1_110                  Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_8_100_15                  Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_20_1_20                   Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_20_1_22                   Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
to_10_100_1_1                   Up   no hops     n/a              n/a
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Paths : 11
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#


*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls# show router mpls path lsp-binding
===============================================================================
MPLS Path:
===============================================================================
Path Name                        Opr  LSP Name                         Binding
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
to_10_30_1_1                     Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf               Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_2             Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_3             Primary
Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_16             Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_17            Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_18            Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_19            Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_1_cspf_20            Primary
to_10_30_1_2                     Up   to_10_30_1_2_cspf               Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_2_cspf_2             Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_2_cspf_3             Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_2_cspf_4             Primary
                                 Up   to_10_30_1_2_cspf_5             Primary
...
to_10_100_1_1                    Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf              Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_2            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_3            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_4             Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_5             Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_6             Primary
Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_13            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_14            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_15            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_16            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_17            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_18            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_19            Primary
                                 Down to_10_100_1_1_cspf_20            Primary
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Paths : 11
===============================================================================
*A:SRU4>config>router>mpls#

path-request

path-request

Syntax

path-request [lsp-type lsp-type] [dest ip-address] [ detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pcep>pcc path-request)

Full Context

show router pcep pcc path-request

Description

This command displays the PCEP path request information.

Parameters

lsp-type

Specifies the LSP type.

Values

rsvp-p2p, rsvp-p2mp, seg-rt

Note:

The LSP type, rsvp-p2mp, is not supported for PCE controlled or PCE initiated LSPs.

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

detail

Specifies detailed information.

Platforms

All

paths

paths

Syntax

paths

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp paths)

Full Context

show router bgp paths

Description

This command displays a summary of BGP path attributes.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of BGP path information. Show Router BGP Path Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:ALA-12# show router 3 bgp paths
==============================================================================
 BGP Router ID : 10.0.0.14         AS : 65206   Local AS : 65206 
==============================================================================
BGP Paths
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Path: 60203 65001 19855 3356  15412 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Origin           : IGP                  Next Hop         : 10.0.28.1           
MED              : 60203                Local Preference : none                
Refs             : 4                    ASes             : 5                   
Segments         : 1                                                           
Flags            : EBGP-learned
Aggregator       : 15412  62.216.140.1
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Path: 60203 65001 19855 3356  1     1236  1236  1236  1236  
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Origin           : IGP                  Next Hop         : 10.0.28.1           
MED              : 60203                Local Preference : none                
Refs             : 2                    ASes             : 9                   
Segments         : 1                                                           
Flags            : EBGP-learned
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*A:ALA-12# 

Table 5. Show Router BGP Path Field Descriptions

Label

Description

BGP Router ID

The local BGP router ID.

AS

The configured autonomous system number.

Local AS

The configured local AS setting. If not configured, then the value is the same as the AS.

Path

The AS path attribute.

Origin

EGP — The NLRI is learned by an EGP protocol.

IGP — The NLRI is interior to the originating AS.

INCOMPLETE — NLRI was learned another way.

Next Hop

The advertised BGP nexthop.

MED

The Multi-Exit Discriminator value.

Local Preference

The local preference value.

Refs

The number of routes using a specified set of path attributes.

ASes

The number of autonomous system numbers in the AS path attribute.

Segments

The number of segments in the AS path attribute.

Flags

EBGP-learned — Path attributes learned by an EBGP peering.

IBGP-Learned — Path attributes learned by an IBGP peering.

Aggregator

The route aggregator ID.

Community

The BGP community attribute list.

Originator ID

The originator ID path attribute value.

Cluster List

The route reflector cluster list.

pattern-match

pattern-match

Syntax

pattern-match [detail]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>filter>resources pattern-match)

Full Context

tools dump filter resources pattern-match

Description

This command displays pattern match records.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed pattern match records.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of detailed pattern match records.

Output Example
A:Dut-A# tools dump filter resources pattern-match
===============================================================================
Unique filter pattern match patterns
===============================================================================
Used  : 1
Free  : 1022
Total : 1023
===============================================================================
A:Dut-A# tools dump filter resources pattern-match detail
===================================================================
Unique pattern match
===================================================================
Num  Pattern             Mask                  Not emb.       Emb.
-------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 0xff00000000000000  0xff00000000000000           1          0
===================================================================
===============================================================================
Unique filter pattern match patterns
===============================================================================
Used  : 1
Free  : 1022
Total : 1023
===============================================================================

pbb

pbb

Syntax

pbb base

pbb mac-name

pbb mac-name mac-name detail

Context

[Tree] (show>service pbb)

Full Context

show service pbb

Description

This command displays PBB information.

Parameters

base

Displays information about a PBB base.

mac-name

Displays MAC name information.

detail

Displays detailed information.

mac-name

Displays information about a specific MAC name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of PBB base information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show service pbb base 
======================================================================
PBB MAC Information
======================================================================
MAC-Notif Count : 3
MAC-Notif Interval : 1
Source BMAC : Default
======================================================================

The following output is an example of PBB MAC information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-B# show service pbb mac-name 
=====================================================================
MAC Name Table
=====================================================================
MAC-Name MAC-Address
---------------------------------------------------------------------
test 00:03:03:03:03:02
=====================================================================
*A:Dut-B# show service pbb mac-name test detail 
=====================================================================
Services Using MAC name='test' addr='00:03:03:03:03:02'
=====================================================================
Svc-Id ISID
---------------------------------------------------------------------
501 501
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of services: 1
=====================================================================
*A:Dut-B# 

pbr-steering

pbr-steering

Syntax

pbr-steering

Context

[Tree] (show>router pbr-steering)

Full Context

show router pbr-steering

Description

This command displays PBR steering VAS interfaces with VAS interface type configuration.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of router PBR steering VAS interfaces information.

Output Example
A:Dut-C# show router pbr-steering 
===============================================================================
PBR Steering VAS interfaces
===============================================================================
Interface-Name                          VAS IF Type
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
PBR Steering IPv4 filters
===============================================================================
Ingress filter
  Interface                               Interface name
    PBR Control
    PBR Types
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1
  pxc-20.b:1.1                            N/A
    Mgmt
    IP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of ingress IPv4 filters with PBR: 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Egress filter
  Interface                               Interface name
    PBR Control
    PBR Types
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2
  pxc-20.b:1.1                            N/A
    Mgmt
    IP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of egress IPv4 filters with PBR: 1
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
PBR Steering IPv6 filters
===============================================================================
Ingress filter
  Interface                               Interface name
    PBR Control
    PBR Types
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Egress filter
  Interface                               Interface name
    PBR Control
    PBR Types
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No Matching Entries
===============================================================================

pcap

pcap

Syntax

pcap [session-name] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show pcap)

Full Context

show pcap

Description

This command shows the information about the packet capture session and confirms if the packet is reliable.

Parameters

session-name

Specifies the session name up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of information about the packet capture session.

Output Example
===============================================================================
Pcap Session "1" Information
===============================================================================
Application Type   : mirror-dest        Session State   : ready
Capture            : stop               Last Changed    : 02/06/2018 19:52:07
Capture File Url   : ftp://*:*@192.168.40.1/pcap.pcap
Buffer Size        : 0 Bytes            File Size       : 0 Bytes
Write Failures     : 0                  Read Failures   : 0
Proc Time Bailouts : 0                  Last File Write : 02/06/2018 19:52:07
Dropped Packets    : 0 Packets
===============================================================================
Table 6. Show PCAP Output Fields

Label

Description

Buffer Size

The maximum buffer size is 20 Mb. If the number of packets in the buffer exceeds 20 Mb, packets are dropped.

File Size

The current size of the capture file.

Write Failures

The number of errors that occurred when packets were written into the buffer. A number greater than zero indicates that some packets were not captured.

Read Failures

The errors occurred when packets were read from the buffer for exporting to FTP or TFTP. A number greater than zero indicates that some packets were not captured.

Process Time Bailouts

A system process timeout. Some packets were not captured.

Dropped Packets

The number of packets dropped from the buffer due to errors.

pcc

pcc

Syntax

pcc

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>pcep pcc)

Full Context

clear router pcep pcc

Description

Commands in this context clear PCEP PCC related data.

Platforms

All

pcc

Syntax

pcc

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pcep pcc)

Full Context

show router pcep pcc

Description

Commands in this context display PCEP PCC related information.

Platforms

All

pcc

Syntax

pcc

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router>pcep pcc)

Full Context

tools dump router pcep pcc

Description

Commands in this context dump tools for PCEP PCC.

Platforms

All

pcc-rule

pcc-rule

Syntax

pcc-rule

pcc-rule monitoring-key key detail

pcc-rule rule-id id detail

pcc-rule rule-name rule-name

pcc-rule rule-name rule-name detail

pcc-rule summary

pcc-rule monitoring-key key

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt pcc-rule)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt pcc-rule

Description

This command displays a list of PCC rules and associated monitoring keys in the system.

Parameters

key

Displays details about a specific monitoring-key.

id

Displays details about a specific PCC rule.

rule-name

Displays information about a specific PCC rule.

summary

Displays summarized information for active rules in the system.

key

Displays information about a specific monitoring-key.

detail

Displays detailed information.

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 PCC rule information.

Output Example
show subscriber-mgmt pcc-rule summary 
===============================================================================
PCC Rules Summary
===============================================================================
Nbr Active PCC Rules    : 26 / 1023
Nbr Active Combinations
  IPv4 Filter           : 2 / 4095
  IPv6 Filter           : 0 / 4095
  Egress Qos            : 1 / 4095
  Ingress Qos           : 1 / 4095
===============================================================================


show subscriber-mgmt pcc-rule 
===============================================================================
                       Id      Dir  ForwardAction         QosAction
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
name      : RULE_egress_FC
monitorKey: -
                       29      egr  -                      fc
name      : RULE_egress_UM
monitorKey: um_RULE_egress_UM
                       34      egr  -                      monitor
name      : RULE_ingress_FC
monitorKey: -
                       37      ingr -                      fc
name      : RULE_ingress_UM
monitorKey: um_RULE_ingress_UM
                       50      ingr -                      monitor
name      : RULE_egress_DROP
monitorKey: -
                       28      egr  drop                  -
name      : RULE_ingress_RDR
monitorKey: -
                       49      ingr fwd nh4               -
name      : RULE_egress_UM_FC
monitorKey: um_RULE_egress_UM_FC
                       35      egr  -                      fc monitor
…
===============================================================================


show subscriber-mgmt pcc-rule rule-name "RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_FC_RDR" detail 
===============================================================================
PCC Rules
===============================================================================
PCC rule name         : RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_FC_RDR
PCC rule id           : 47
Monitoring key        : um_RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_FC_RDR
Flow status           : Enabled
Nbr of Flows          : 1 (ingress)
HTTP-Redirect         : -
Next-Hop Redir. IPv4  : 10.10.10.10
Next-Hop Redir. IPv6  : -
QoS Ingr. CIR/PIR     : 1000 kbps / 2000 kbps
QoS Egr. CIR/PIR      : - / -
FC change             : h2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Flows
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Src. IP  : any                                    Src. Port: -
Dst. IP  : 75.24.24.17/32                         Dst. Port: -
Protocol : 6                                      DSCP     : cp60
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================


show service active-subscribers pcc-rule subscriber "1/1/3:1.1|00:00:00:00:00:01" 
===============================================================================
Active Subscribers
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Subscriber 1/1/3:1.1|00:00:00:00:00:01 (subprof1)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1) SLA Profile Instance sap:1/1/3:1.1 - sla:sla1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ingr Qos Policy Override : 3:P2
Egr  Qos Policy Override : 2:P2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IP Address
                MAC Address       PPPoE-SID Origin
--------------------------------------------------------
22.1.0.1
                00:00:00:00:00:01 N/A       DHCP
--------------------------------------------------------
Ingr Filter Override : 5:P4
Egr  Filter Override : 6:P5
========================================================
Preference Rule Id   Rule Name
--------------------------------------------------------
0          28        RULE_egress_DROP
0          29        RULE_egress_FC
0          30        RULE_egress_RATE_LIMIT
0          31        RULE_egress_RATE_LIMIT_FC
0          32        RULE_egress_RATE_LIMIT_UM
0          33        RULE_egress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_FC
0          34        RULE_egress_UM
0          35        RULE_egress_UM_FC
0          36        RULE_ingress_DROP
0          37        RULE_ingress_FC
0          38        RULE_ingress_FC_HTTP
0          39        RULE_ingress_FC_RDR
0          40        RULE_ingress_HTTP
0          41        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT
0          42        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_FC
0          43        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_FC_RDR
0          44        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_RDR
0          45        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM
0          46        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_FC
0          47        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_FC_RDR
0          48        RULE_ingress_RATE_LIMIT_UM_RDR
0          49        RULE_ingress_RDR
0          50        RULE_ingress_UM
0          51        RULE_ingress_UM_FC
0          52        RULE_ingress_UM_FC_RDR
0          53        RULE_ingress_UM_RDR
========================================================


Policy and Charging Control Rule Field Descriptions describes subscriber management PCC rule output fields.

Table 7. Policy and Charging Control Rule Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Nbr Active PCC Rules

The number of active PCC rules

Nbr Active Combinations

The number of active IP PCC rule combinations

IPv4 Filter

The number of IPv4 filter combinations

IPv6 Filter

The number of IPv6 filter combinations

Egress QoS

The number of active egress QoS PCC rule combinations

Ingress QoS

The number of active ingress QoS PCC rule combinations

Id

The PCC ID

Dir

The flow direction on which the PCC-rule acts

ForwardAction

The filter action of the PCC-rule

QosAction

The Qos action of the PCC-rule. The value account(3) is only relevant if the PCC-rule was received by the system as part of a RADIUS Subscriber Service attribute

name

The PCC rule name

monitorKey

The monitor key name that can be received in a PCC rule. An empty string (length 0) indicates that no monitor key is defined in the PCC rule

PCC rule name

The name of a PCC rule

PCC rule id

The PCC rule ID

Monitoring key

The monitoring key defined in this PCC-rule. This value is only considered if monitor is set in the QoS action.

Flow status

The PCC rule flow status; enabled or disabled

Nbr of Flows

The number of flow rules defined in this PCC rule

HTTP-Redirect

The URL to which all data flows that pertain to this PCC-rule must be redirected

Next-Hop Redir. IPv4

The IPv4 address to which all IPv4 data flows that pertain to this PCC-rule be redirected

Next-Hop Redir. IPv6

The IPv6 address to which all IPv6 data flows that pertain to this PCC-rule be redirected

QoS Ingr. CIP/PIR

The ingress QoS CIP and PIR values

QoS Egr. CIP/PIR

The egress QoS CIP and PIR values

FC change

The forwarding class (FC) that is assigned to all data flows that pertain to this PCC-rule

Src. IP

The address type of the source address

Src. Port

The port type of the source address

Dst. IP

The address type of the destination address

Protocol

The IPv4 protocol value, and for IPv6 the next header type used in the match criteria for this flow

  • 6 — TCP

  • 7 — UDP

DSCP

The DSCP to be matched for this flow

Subscriber

The subscriber SAP

SLA Profile Instance sap

The SLA profile instance SAP

Ingr QoS Policy Override

The ID of the overriding ingress Qos policy

Egr QoS Policy Override

The ID of the overriding egress Qos policy

IP Address

The subscriber IP address

MAC Address

The subscriber MAC address

PPPoE-SID

The PPPoE session ID of this subscriber host

Origin

The origin of this subscriber host

Preference

The preference with respect to other PCC rules

Rule ID

The PCC rule ID

Rule Name

The PCC rule name

pcc-rule

Syntax

pcc rule [subscriber sub-ident-string]

pcc rule [subscriber sub-ident-string] detail

Context

[Tree] (show>service>active-subscribers pcc-rule)

Full Context

show service active-subscribers pcc-rule

Description

This command specifies the PCC rule.

Parameters

sub-ident-string

Specifies the sub-ident-string, up to 32 characters.

detail

Displays detailed information for the specified PCC rule.

Platforms

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

pce-associations

pce-associations

Syntax

pce-associations

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pcep>pcc pce-associations)

Full Context

show router pcep pcc pce-associations

Description

Commands in this context display information about PCE associations configured under the PCC.

Platforms

All

pcep

pcep

Syntax

pcep

Context

[Tree] (clear>router pcep)

Full Context

clear router pcep

Description

Commands in this context clear PCEP related data.

Platforms

All

pcep

Syntax

pcep

Context

[Tree] (show>router pcep)

Full Context

show router pcep

Description

Commands in this context display PCEP related information.

Platforms

All

pcep

Syntax

pcep

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>router pcep)

Full Context

tools dump router pcep

Description

Commands in this context dump tools for PCEP.

Platforms

All

pcm

pcm

Syntax

pcm [pcm-slot] [chassis chassis-id] [ detail]

Context

[Tree] (show pcm)

Full Context

show pcm

Description

This command displays PCM information.

Parameters

pcm-slot

Specifies the PCM slot identifier.

Values

1 to 12

chassis-id

Specifies the chassis ID for the router chassis.

Values

1 to 2

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

7950 XRS-20e

Output

The following output is an example of PCM information.

Output Example: show pcm
*A:Dut-A# show pcm
===============================================================================
PCM Summary
===============================================================================
Chassis/   Provisioned Type             Operational    Input      Zone 
Slot           Equipped Type (if diff)  State          A B2 A2 B       
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/9        (not provisioned)            unprovisioned               1  
               (present)
1/10       (not provisioned)            unprovisioned  Y Y   Y Y    1  
               quad-pcm
1/11       quad-pcm                     unprovisioned  Y Y   Y Y    1  
1/12       quad-pcm                     unprovisioned  Y Y   Y Y    1 

pcp-server

pcp-server

Syntax

pcp-server

pcp-server server-name

pcp-server server-name statistics interface interface-name

pcp-server server-name statistics

Context

[Tree] (show>router pcp-server)

Full Context

show router pcp-server

Description

This command displays PCP server information.

Parameters

server-name

Specifies the PCP server name, up to 32 characters.

statistics

Displays PCP server statistics information.

interface-name

Specifies the interface name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following outputs are examples of router PCP server information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C# show router 20 pcp-server "pcp-server-1"
===============================================================================
PCP server "pcp-server-1"
===============================================================================
Description                 : (Not Specified)
Administrative state        : in-service
PCP server policy           : pcp-policy-1
Forwarding Inside Router    : 20
Dual Stack Lite address     : af::1
State                       : in-service
State description           : (Not Specified)
Epoch                       : 19684
Last management change      : 04/07/2020 13:19:34
===============================================================================
Interfaces
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
toDut-B-lag2
toLinux2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Interface(s): 2
*A:Dut-C# show router 20 pcp-server "pcp-server-1" statistics
===============================================================================
PCP statistics for interface "toDut-B-lag2"
===============================================================================
Rx opcode "announce"                                    : 0
Rx opcode "map"                                         : 0
Rx opcode "peer"                                        : 0
Rx opcode "get"                                         : 0
Rx opcode unknown                                       : 0
Rx option "third party"                                 : 0
Rx option "prefer failure"                              : 0
Rx option "filter"                                      : 0
Rx option "description"                                 : 0
Rx option "next"                                        : 0
Rx option "port reservation"                            : 0
Rx option unknown                                       : 0
Rx dropped (packet too short)                           : 0
Rx dropped (wrong r bit)                                : 0
Rx dropped (invalid source address)                     : 0
Rx dropped (oper down)                                  : 0
Tx result "success"                                     : 6
Tx result "unsupported version"                         : 0
Tx result "not authorized"                              : 0
Tx result "malformed request"                           : 0
Tx result "unsupported opcode"                          : 0
Tx result "unsupported option"                          : 0
Tx result "malformed option"                            : 0
Tx result "network failure"                             : 0
Tx result "no resources"                                : 0
Tx result "unsupported protocol"                        : 0
Tx result "user exceeded quota"                         : 0
Tx result "cannot provide external"                     : 0
Tx result "address mismatch"                            : 0
Tx result "no more mappings"                            : 0
Tx result "ambiguous"                                   : 0
Tx v4                                                   : 2
Tx v6                                                   : 4
Tx dropped (tx error)                                   : 0
===============================================================================

pcp-server

Syntax

pcp-server server-name interface interface-name statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>router pcp-server)

Full Context

clear router pcp-server

Description

This command clears NAT PCP server data.

Parameters

server-name

Clears NAT PCP server data for the specified PCP server, up to 32 characters.

interface-name

Clears NAT PCP server data for the specified interface, up to 32 characters.

statistics

Clears NAT PCP server statistics.

Platforms

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

pcp-server

Syntax

pcp-server server-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router pcp-server)

Full Context

tools perform router pcp-server

Description

This command configures performance tools for a specified NAT port control policy server.

Parameters

server-name

Specifies the PCP server name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

pcp-server-policy

pcp-server-policy

Syntax

pcp-server-policy

pcp-server-policy name

Context

[Tree] (show>service>nat pcp-server-policy)

Full Context

show service nat pcp-server-policy

Description

This command displays PCP server policy information.

Platforms

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

pcs

pcs

Syntax

pcs[clear]

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>port pcs)

Full Context

tools dump port pcs

Description

This command dumps the Physical Coding Sublayer (PCS) information for the port.

Platforms

All

peak

peak

Syntax

peak

peak application license-app

Context

[Tree] (show>system>license-statistics peak)

Full Context

show system license-statistics peak

Description

This command displays peak values of application license statistics.

Parameters

license-app

Specifies the application license.

Values

lns, nat, sub-mgmt, wlan-gw, aa, ipsec

Platforms

VSR

peakvalue-stats

peakvalue-stats

Syntax

peakvalue-stats iom (slot | all) [recursive]

peakvalue-stats mda (mda | all) [recursive]

peakvalue-stats port (port-id | all)

peakvalue-stats pw-port (pw-port | all)

peakvalue-stats system [recursive]

peakvalue-stats service {svc-id | all} [ recursive]

peakvalue-stats service {svc-id} subscriber-interface { sub-itf | all} [recursive]

peakvalue-stats service {svc-id} group-interface { grp-itf | all}

Context

[Tree] (clear>subscriber-mgmt peakvalue-stats)

Full Context

clear subscriber-mgmt peakvalue-stats

Description

This command resets the most recent peak enhanced subscriber management counter per port, PW port, MDA, IOM, system, service, subscriber interface, or group interface.

Note:

Clearing one counter will not impact other counters. For example, clearing the most recent peak value for an IOM will not impact chassis peak value.

Parameters

slot

Clears IOM host peak value statistics for the specified IOM.

mda

Clears MDA host peak value statistics for the specified MDA.

port-id

Clears port host peak value statistics for the specified port ID.

pw-port

Clears pseudowire port host peak value statistics for the specified port.

Values

1 to 10239

system

Clears system host peak value statistics.

all

Clears all host peak value statistics.

recursive

Resets the sub-level counters. For example, clearing IOM counters with the recursive keyword also clears counters of all port counters on that IOM.

service svc-id

Clears service host peak value statistics for the specified service.

Values

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

subscriber-interface sub-itf

Clears subscriber interface host peak value statistics for the specified subscriber interface, up to 32 characters.

group-interface grp-itf

Clears group interface host peak value statistics for the specified group interface, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

peer

peer

Syntax

peer [peer-profile profile-name] [local-address ip-address] [control protocol] [interface-type interface-type]

peer remote-address {ip-address | ipv6-address] [ udp-port port] [dsm-local-ip-address {ip-address | ipv6-address}

peer remote-address {ip-address | ipv6-address] [ udp-port port] statistics [dsm-local-ip-address { ip-address | ipv6-address}

Context

[Tree] (show>router>gtp peer)

Full Context

show router gtp peer

Description

This command displays GTP peer information.

Parameters

profile-name

Specifies the name that identifies the profile.

ip-address

Specifies the local 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

protocol

Specifies the control plane protocol used for the connection with this Mobile Gateway.

Values

gtpv1-c, gtpv2-c

interface-type

Specifies the interface type used in the context of this peer.

Values

gn — Gn interface

s2a — S2a interface

s2b —S2b interface

s11 —S11 interface

ip-address

Specifies the remote 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

port

Specifies the UDP port.

Values

1 to 65535

statistics

Displays statistics information about the Mobile Gateways connected to this system.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of peer GTP information.

Output Example
Node# show router 10 gtp peer 
=============================================================================== 
Peers 
=============================================================================== 
Remote address              : 192.168.100.1 
UDP port                    : 2123 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
State                       : up 
Local address               : 192.0.2.10 
Profile                     : default_s11 
Control protocol            : gtpv2-c 
Interface type              : s11 
Restart count               : 1 
Time                        : 2018/05/31 11:12:59 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
No. of Peers: 1 
===============================================================================

peer

Syntax

peer remote-address ip-address [remote-udp-port port]

peer remote-address ip-address [remote-udp-port port] statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>gtp peer)

Full Context

clear router gtp peer

Description

This command clears all states for a given peer in this routing context. The system no longer sends keep-alive messages to the peer, and all active sessions are terminated.

If the optional statistics parameter is specified, only the peer statistics are cleared and all sessions remain.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the peer.

Values

ipv4-address:

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

ipv6-address:

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

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

x - [0 to FFFF]H

d - [0 to 255]D

port

Specifies the UDP port used by the peer.

statistics

Specifies to clear only the peer statistics with all sessions remaining active.

Platforms

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

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [udp-port port] [ip]

peer ip-address statistics [ udp-port port] [ip]

peer [draining] [{blacklisted | selectable | unreachable}]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>l2tp peer)

Full Context

show router l2tp peer

Description

This command displays information regarding all configured L2TP peers.

If this command is executed without specifying a peer IP address, then a list of all L2TP peers are listed along with the type of transport used and statistics on the total number of tunnels and sessions, as well as the number of active tunnels and sessions.

If this command is executed with a specific peer IP address, then a detailed view for that peer is displayed.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the L2TP peer address.

port

Specifies the UDP port for the L2TP peer. This parameter is only supported with L2TPv2 peers.

ip

Displays peers using IP transport.

statistics

Displays the statistics for the given IP address.

draining

Displays only peers with draining tunnels.

blacklisted

Displays peers that are denylisted.

selectable

Displays peers that are selectable.

unreachable

Displays peers that are deemed unreachable.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of L2TP peer operational information.

Output Example
A:Dut-A# show router 200 l2tp peer 
===============================================================================
L2TP Peers
===============================================================================
Peer IP                                            Port  Tun Active Ses Active
                                      Drain Reachability Tun Total  Ses Total  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.1.1.2                                           ip    1          1
                                                         1          1          
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of peers: 1
===============================================================================

A:Dut-A# show router 200 l2tp peer 10.1.1.2 ip 
===============================================================================
Peer IP: 10.1.1.2
===============================================================================
Roles capab/actual: LAC LNS / -  -      Draining          : false
Tunnels           : 1                   Tunnels Active    : 1
Sessions          : 1                   Sessions Active   : 1
Reachability      : reachable           Time Unreachable  : N/A
===============================================================================
Conn ID    Loc-Tu-ID Rem-Tu-ID State              Blacklist-state   Ses Active
  Group                                                             Ses Total  
    Assignment
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
221118464  3374      0         established        not-blacklisted   1
  v3-group-1                                                        1
    tun-1-l2tp-v3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of tunnels: 1
===============================================================================

*A:Fden-Dut2-BSA2# show router l2tp peer 10.0.0.1 statistics
===============================================================================
Peer IP: 10.0.0.1
===============================================================================
tunnels                                                   : 1
tunnels active                                            : 1
sessions                                                  : 1
sessions active                                           : 1

rx ctrl octets                                            : 541
rx ctrl packets                                           : 5
tx ctrl octets                                            : 272
tx ctrl packets                                           : 5
tx error packets                                          : 0
rx error packets                                          : 0
rx accepted msg                                           : 4
rx duplicate msg                                          : 0
rx out of window msg                                      : 0

acceptedMsgType
  StartControlConnectionRequest                           : 1
  StartControlConnectionConnected                         : 1
  IncomingCallRequest                                     : 1
  IncomingCallConnected                                   : 1
  ZeroLengthBody                                          : 1
originalTransmittedMsgType
  StartControlConnectionReply                             : 1
  IncomingCallReply                                       : 1
  ZeroLengthBody                                          : 3

last cleared time                                         : N/A
===============================================================================

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [udp-port port]

peer ip-address statistics [udp-port port]

peer [draining] [blacklisted | selectable | unreachable]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>l2tp peer)

Full Context

show router l2tp peer

Description

This command displays L2TP peer operational information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP dress for the L2TP 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

draining

keyword

statistics

keyword

port

[1 to 65535]

port

Specifies the local UDP port of this L2TP.

Values

1 to 65535

draining

Specifies to display information about the L2TP peer being drained.

blacklisted

Specifies to display information about the peer has been deemed unreachable and has been put in the tunnel selection denylist.

selectable

Specifies to display information about the peer has been deemed unreachable for the time specified in tmnxL2tpXtTuSelBlacklistMaxTime and can now be selected for a single session, after which the reachability of the peer is reevaluated.

unreachable

Specifies to display information about the sysUpTime when the peer was deemed unreachable for the last time.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of L2TP peer information.

Output Example
show router l2tp peer 10.100.0.2
===============================================================================
Peer IP: 10.100.0.2
===============================================================================
Roles capab/actual: LAC LNS /LAC  -     Draining          : false
Tunnels           : 1                   Tunnels Active    : 0
Sessions          : 1                   Sessions Active   : 0
Reachability      : blacklisted         Time Unreachable  : 01/31/2013 08:55:06
Time Blacklisted  : 01/31/2013 08:55:06 Remaining (s)     : 34
===============================================================================
Conn ID                      Loc-Tu-ID Rem-Tu-ID State              Ses Active
  Group                                                             Ses Total
    Assignment
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
977207296                    14911     0         closed             0
  base_lac_base_lns                                                 1
    t1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of tunnels: 1
===============================================================================


show router l2tp tunnel detail
===============================================================================
L2TP Tunnel Status
==============================================================================
Connection ID: 831782912
State        : closedByPeer
IP           : 10.0.0.1
Peer IP      : 10.100.0.2
Tx dst-IP    : 10.100.0.2
Rx src-IP    : 10.100.0.2
Name         : lac
Remote Name  :
Assignment ID: t1
Group Name   : base_lac_base_lns
Acct. Policy : l2tp-base
Error Message: N/A

                                        Remote Conn ID    : 4294901760
Tunnel ID         : 12692               Remote Tunnel ID  : 65535
UDP Port          : 1701                Remote UDP Port   : 1701
Preference        : 50                  Receive Window    : 64
Hello Interval (s): 300
Idle TO (s)       : 5                   Destruct TO (s)   : 60
Max Retr Estab    : 5                   Max Retr Not Estab: 5
Session Limit     : 32767               AVP Hiding        : sensitive
Transport Type    : udpIp               Challenge         : never
Time Started      : 01/31/2013 08:56:58 Time Idle         : 01/31/2013 08:56:58
Time Established  : N/A                 Time Closed       : 01/31/2013 08:56:58
Stop CCN Result   : reqShutDown         General Error     : noError
Blacklist-state   : blacklisted
Blacklist Time    : 01/31/2013 08:56:58 Remaining (s)     : 49
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of tunnels: 1
===============================================================================

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [udp-port port] [ip]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>l2tp peer)

Full Context

clear router l2tp peer

Description

This command clears L2TP peer data.

Parameters

ip-address

Clears the peers associated with 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

port

Clears the peers associated with the specified UDP port.

Values

1 to 65535

Platforms

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

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [udp-port port] [ip]

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>l2tp peer)

Full Context

tools perform router l2tp peer

Description

This command configures performance tools for an L2TP peer.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the L2TP peer.

port

Specifies the UDP port for the L2TP peer. This parameter is only supported with L2TPv2 peers.

ip

Enables performance tools for peers using IP transport.

Platforms

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

peer

Syntax

peer [ip-int-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>rip peer)

Full Context

show router rip peer

Description

This command displays RIP peer information.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays peer information for the specified IP peer interface name, up to 32 characters.

Default

display peers for all interfaces

Platforms

All

Output

RIP Peer Output Fields describes the command output fields for a RIP peer.

Table 8. RIP Peer Output Fields

Label

Description

Peer IP Addr

The IP address of the peer router.

Interface Name

The peer interface name.

Version

The version of RIP running on the peer.

Last Update

The number of days since the last update.

No. of Peers

The number of RIP peers.

The following output is an example of RIP peer information.

Output Example
A:ALA-A# show router rip peers
===============================================================================
RIP Peers
===============================================================================
Peer IP Addr      Interface Name                     Version     Last Update    
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.5.13         router-2/2                         RIPv2       0             
10.0.6.16         router-2/3                         RIPv2       2             
10.0.9.14         router-2/5                         RIPv2       8             
10.0.10.15        router-2/4                         RIPv2       0             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Peers: 4
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A#

peer

Syntax

peer [ip-address] [statistics]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>ldp peer)

Full Context

clear router ldp peer

Description

This command restarts or clears statistics for LDP targeted peers.

Parameters

ip-address

The IP address of a targeted peer.

statistics

Clears only the statistics for a targeted peer.

Platforms

All

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address

Context

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

Full Context

tools dump router ldp peer

Description

This command dumps information for an LDP peer.

Platforms

All

peer

Syntax

peer [ip-address] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pcep>pcc peer)

Full Context

show router pcep pcc peer

Description

This command displays the PCEP peer information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

detail

Specifies detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

PCEP Peer Output

PCEP Peer Output Fields describes PCEP Peer output fields.

Output Example
*A:cses-V23# show router pcep pcc peer
===============================================================================
PCEP Path Computation Client (PCC) Peer Info
===============================================================================
IP Address            : 192.168.0.10
Admin Status          : Down            Oper Status             : Down
Peer Capabilities     : (Not Specified)
Speaker ID            : (Undefined)
Sync State            : not-initialized Peer Overloaded         : False
Session Establish Time: 0d 00:00:00
Oper Keepalive        : N/A             Oper DeadTimer          : N/A
===============================================================================
Table 9. PCEP Peer Output Fields

Label

Description

IP Address

Specifies the IP address.

Peer Capabilities

Specifies the peer capabilities.

Speaker ID

Specifies the sender IP address.

Sync State

Specifies the synchronization state.

Peer Overload

Specifies the peer overload.

Session Establish Time

Specifies the session establish time.

Oper Keepalive

Specifies the operational keepalive value.

Oper DeadTimer

Specifies the operational dead timer value.

peer

Syntax

peer [ip-address] [group group-name] [ detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>msdp peer)

Full Context

show router msdp peer

Description

This command displays information about an MSDP peer.

Parameters

ip-address

Displays information about the specified IP address. If no IP address specified, information about all MSDP IP addresses display.

group group-name

Displays information about the specified group name. If no group-name is specified, information about all MSDP peers display.

detail

Displays detailed MSDP peer information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MSDP peer information. MSDP Fields provides MSDP field descriptions.

Output Example
A:ALA-48# show router msdp peer
=============================================================================
MSDP Peers
=============================================================================
Peer             Local Address    State       Last State Change     SA Learnt
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.20.1.1        10.20.1.6        Established 08/30/2002 03:22:131008    
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Peers : 1
=============================================================================
A:ALA-48# 


A:ALA-48# show router msdp peer detail
===============================================================================
MSDP Peers
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Peer Address       : 10.20.1.1                                                
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group Name         : None                                                     
Local Address      : 10.20.1.6                                                
Last State Change  : 08/30/2002 03:22:13 Last Act Src Limit : N/A
Peer Admin State   : Up                 Default Peer       : No               
Peer Connect Retry : 0                  State              : Established      
SA accepted        : 1008               SA received        : 709              
State timer expires: 18                 Peer time out      : 62               
Active Source Limit: None               Receive Msg Rate   : 0                
Receive Msg Time   : 0                  Receive Msg Thd    : 0                
Auth Status        : Disabled           Auth Key           : None             
Export Policy      : None Specified / Inherited
Import Policy      : None Specified / Inherited
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Peers : 1
===============================================================================
A:ALA-48#
Table 10. MSDP Fields

Label

Description

Peer

The IP address of the peer.

Local Address

The local IP address.

State

The current state of the peer.

Last State Change

The date and time of the peer’s last state change.

SA Learn

The number of SAs learned through a peer.

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [router router-instance | service-name service-name] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>system>ptp peer)

Full Context

show system ptp peer

Description

This command displays PTP information for a specific peer.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

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

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

router-instance

Displays the information for the specified router instance.

Values

router-name – Base

vprn-svc-id – 1 to 2147483647

service-name

Specifies the service name, up to 64 characters, used to identify the router instance.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of IPv6 peer information and Output fields: PTP peer describes the output fields.

Output Example
show system ptp peer router
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router            : 5
IP Address        : 1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4            
Announce Direction: rx+tx
Admin State       : up                 G.8275 Priority    : 128
Sync Interval     : 64 pkt/s           
Local PTP Port    : 1                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 2
GM Clock Id       : ac5cfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 6
GM Clock Accuracy : within 100 ns      GM Clock Variance  : 0x4e5d (1.8E-15)
GM Clock Priority1: 128                GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 1                  Parent Clock       : no
Tx Timestamp Point: port               Rx Timestamp Point : port
Last Tx Port      : 1/4/2              Last Rx Port       : 1/4/2
Port Asymmetry    : 0 ns               Port Asymmetry     : 0 ns
Best Master       : no                 Parent Clock       : no
Backup Source     : yes
APTS Asymmetry    : +140,737,488 ms    Last Calc          : 2023/05/29 13:57:36
Profile Name      : Primary
Profile           : ITU-T G.8275.2     Domain             : 44
===============================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed IPv6 peer information and Output fields: PTP peer describes the output fields.

Output Example
show system ptp peer router detail
==============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router Instance   : 5
IP Address        : 1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4            
Announce Direction : rx+tx
Admin State       : up                 G.8275 Priority    : 128
Sync Interval     : 64 pkt/s           
Local PTP Port    : 1                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 2
GM Clock Id       : ac5cfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 6
GM Clock Accuracy : within 100 ns      GM Clock Variance  : 0x4e5d (1.8E-15)
GM Clock Priority1: 128                GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 1                  Parent Clock       : no
Tx Timestamp Point: port               Rx Timestamp Point : port
Last Tx Port      : 1/4/2              Last Rx Port       : 1/4/2
Port Asymmetry    : 0 ns               Port Asymmetry     : 0 ns
Best Master       : no                 Parent Clock       : no
Backup Source     : yes
APTS Asymmetry    : +140,737,488 ms    Last Calc          : 2023/05/29 13:57:36
Profile Name      : Primary
Profile           : ITU-T G.8275.2     Domain             : 44
===============================================================================

===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Unicast Negotiation Information
===============================================================================
IP Address 
                Dir Type       Rate       Duration State    Time               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4
                Rx  Announce   1 pkt/2 s  300      Granted  09/01/2010 17:23:04
1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4
                Tx  Announce   1 pkt/2 s  300      Granted  09/01/2010 17:23:04
===============================================================================

===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Packet Statistics
===============================================================================
                                                               Input     Output
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PTP Packets                                                      253         11
  Announce                                                       243          1
  Sync                                                             0          0
  Follow Up                                                        0          0
  Delay Request                                                    0          0
  Delay Response                                                   0          0
  Signaling                                                       10         10
    Request TLVs                                                   6          4
      Announce                                                     6          4
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Grant TLVs (Granted)                                           4          6
      Announce                                                     4          6
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Grant TLVs (Rejected)                                          0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Cancel TLVs                                                    0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Ack Cancel TLVs                                                0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Other TLVs                                                     0          0
  Other                                                            0          0
Discards                                                           0          0
  Bad PTP domain                                                   0          0
  Alternate Master                                                 0          0
  Out Of Sequence                                                  0          0
  Peer Disabled                                                    0          0
  Other                                                            0          0
================================================================================

The following output is an example of detailed IPv4 peer information and Output fields: PTP peer describes the output fields.

Output Example
show system ptp peer router detail
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router Instance   : 5
IP Address        : 6.1.1.2            
Announce Direction: rx
Admin State       : up                 G.8275 Priority    : 128
Sync Interval     : 64 pkt/s           
Local PTP Port    : 2                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 2
GM Clock Id       : ac5cfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 6
GM Clock Accuracy : within 100 ns      GM Clock Variance  : 0x4e5d (1.8E-15)
GM Clock Priority1: 128                GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 0                  
Tx Timestamp Point: port               Rx Timestamp Point : port
Last Tx Port      : 1/1/2              Last Rx Port       : 1/1/2
Port Asymmetry    : 0 ns               Port Asymmetry     : 0 ns
Best Master       : no                 Parent Clock       : no
Backup Source     : yes
APTS Asymmetry    : +140,737,488 ms    Last Calc          : 2023/05/29 13:57:36
Profile Name      : Primary
Profile           : ITU-T G.8275.2     Domain             : 44
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Unicast Negotiation Information
===============================================================================
IP Address      Dir Type       Rate       Duration State    Time               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6.1.1.2         Rx  Announce   1 pkt/2 s  300      Granted  09/01/2010 17:23:04
6.1.1.2         Tx  Announce   1 pkt/2 s  300      Granted  09/01/2010 17:23:04
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Packet Statistics
===============================================================================
                                                               Input     Output
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PTP Packets                                                      253         11
  Announce                                                       243          1
  Sync                                                             0          0
  Follow Up                                                        0          0
  Delay Request                                                    0          0
  Delay Response                                                   0          0
  Signaling                                                       10         10
    Request TLVs                                                   6          4
      Announce                                                     6          4
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Grant TLVs (Granted)                                           4          6
      Announce                                                     4          6
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Grant TLVs (Rejected)                                          0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Cancel TLVs                                                    0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Ack Cancel TLVs                                                0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Other TLVs                                                     0          0
  Other                                                            0          0
Discards                                                           0          0
  Bad PTP domain                                                   0          0
  Alternate Master                                                 0          0
  Out Of Sequence                                                  0          0
  Peer Disabled                                                    0          0
  Other                                                            0          0
================================================================================
Table 11. Output fields: PTP peer

Label

Description

IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information

Router

The name of the router instance

IP Address

The IP address of the PTP peer

Announce Direction

Anno Flow

The direction from which PTP announce messages were sent or received

Admin State

The administrative state of the PTP peer

G.8265.1 Priority

The priority used in the best master clock algorithm (BMCA) for the local PTP port when the clock profile is G.8265.x

G.8275 Priority

The priority used in the BTCA for the local port when the clock profile is G.8275.1 or G.8275.2

Sync Interval

The message rate for Sync messages for this peer

Local PTP Port

The number of local PTP ports

PTP Port State

The state of the PTP port

Clock Id

The clockIdentity value of the local PTP clock

Remote PTP Port

The number of remote PTP ports

GM Clock Id

The clockIdentity value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Class

The clockClass value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Accuracy

The clockAccuracy value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Variance

The offsetScaledLogVariance value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Priority1

The priority1 value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Priority2

The priority2 value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

Steps Removed

The number of steps removed the PTP peer is from a grandmaster clock

Parent Clock

Indicates if this is the parent clock. May differ from the Best Master if there is a local GNSS.

Tx Timestamp Point

The transmit timestamp point

Rx Timestamp Point

The receive timestamp point

Last Tx Port

The port-id of the last port from which a synchronization packet was transmitted

Last Rx Port

The port-id of the last port into which a synchronization packet was received

Port Asymmetry

The configured asymmetry for the port (either Tx or Rx port)

Best Master

Indicates if this peer was selected as the best master clock by the BTCA

Backup Source

Indicates if this port is operating as a backup slave to the parent clock

APTS ASymmetry

The asymmetry computed by the backup source. This is used to compensate if the clock switches to this backup.

Last Calc

The date and time at which the APTS Asymmetry was last updated

Profile Name

The profile in use with this peer

Profile

The underlying standard profile used in the profile identified by profile name

Domain

The domain number used for this peer

IEEE 1588/PTP Unicast Negotiation Information

Dir

The direction (transmitted or received) of the unicast negotiation packet

Type

The unicast negotiation packet type

Rate

The rate of packet transmission or reception

Duration

The duration of the packet transmission or reception interval, in seconds

State

The state of the negotiation

Time

The date and time that the negotiation state was changed

IEEE 1588/PTP Packet Statistics

Input

The number of input packets within the specified category

Output

The number of output packets within the specified category

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id>ptp peer)

Full Context

show service id ptp peer

Description

This command displays PTP information for a specific peer.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

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

Output

The following command displays PTP information for a single peer and Output fields: service PTP peer describes the output fields.

show service id ptp peer detail
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router Instance   : 5
IP Address        : 6.1.1.2            Announce Direction : rx+tx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Sync Interval     : 64 pkt/s           
Local PTP Port    : 2                  PTP Port State     : passive
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 2
GM Clock Id       : ac5cfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 13
GM Clock Accuracy : 0xfe (unknown)     GM Clock Variance  : ffff (not computed)
GM Clock Priority1: 128                GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 1                  Parent Clock       : no
Tx Timestamp Point: port               Rx Timestamp Point : port
Last Tx Port      : 1/1/2              Last Rx Port       : 1/1/2
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Unicast Negotiation Information
===============================================================================
IP Address      Dir Type       Rate       Duration State    Time               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6.1.1.2         Rx  Announce   1 pkt/2 s  300      Granted  09/01/2010 17:23:04
6.1.1.2         Tx  Announce   1 pkt/2 s  300      Granted  09/01/2010 17:23:04
===============================================================================
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Packet Statistics
===============================================================================
                                                      Input              Output
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PTP Packets                                                      253         11
  Announce                                                       243          1
  Sync                                                             0          0
  Follow Up                                                        0          0
  Delay Request                                                    0          0
  Delay Response                                                   0          0
  Signaling                                                       10         10
    Request TLVs                                                   6          4
      Announce                                                     6          4
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Grant TLVs (Granted)                                           4          6
      Announce                                                     4          6
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Grant TLVs (Rejected)                                          0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Cancel TLVs                                                    0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Ack Cancel TLVs                                                0          0
      Announce                                                     0          0
      Sync                                                         0          0
      Delay Response                                               0          0
    Other TLVs                                                     0          0
  Other                                                            0          0
Discards                                                           0          0
  Bad PTP domain                                                   0          0
  Alternate Master                                                 0          0
  Out Of Sequence                                                  0          0
  Peer Disabled                                                    0          0
  Other                                                            0          0
================================================================================
Table 12. Output fields: service PTP peer
Label Description

IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information

Router

The name or ID of the router instance

IP Address

The IP address of the PTP peer

Announce Direction

The configured directions (transmit, receive, or both) for Announce messages

Admin State

The administrative state of the PTP peer

G.8265.1 Priority

Displays if the G.8265.1 profile has priority

Local PTP Port

The local PTP port number

PTP Port State

The PTP port state

Clock ID

The ID of the referenced clock

Remote PTP Port

The remote PTP port number

GM Clock Id

The clockIdentity value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Class

The clockClass value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Accuracy

The clockAccuracy value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Variance

The offsetScaledLogVariance value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Priority1

The priority1 value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Priority2

The priority2 value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

Steps Removed

The number of steps removed the PTP peer is from a grandmaster clock

Parent Clock

Displays whether a parent clock is referenced

IEEE 1588/PTP Unicast Negotiation Information

IP Address

The IP address of the PTP peer

Dir

The direction (transmitted or received) of the unicast negotiation packet

Type

The unicast negotiation packet type

Rate

The rate of packet transmission or reception

Duration

The duration of the packet transmission or reception interval, in seconds

State

The state of the negotiation

Time

The date and time that the negotiation state was changed

IEEE 1588/PTP Packet Statistics

Input

The number of input packets within the specified category

Output

The number of output packets within the specified category

PTP Packets

The total number of PTP packets across all PTP packet categories

Announce

The number of PTP Announce packets

Sync

The number of PTP Sync packets

Follow Up

The number of PTP Follow Up packets

Delay Request

The number of PTP Delay Request packets

Delay Response

The number of PTP Delay Response packets

Signaling

The number of PTP signaling packets

Request TLVs

The total number of Request TLV packets of all types (Announce, Sync, and Delay Response)

Grant TLVs (Granted)

The total number of granted Grant TLV packets of all types (Announce, Sync, and Delay Response)

Grant TLVs (Rejected)

The total number of rejected Grant TLV packets of all types (Announce, Sync, and Delay Response)

Cancel TLVs

The total number of Cancel TLV packets of all types (Announce, Sync, and Delay Response)

Ack Cancel TLVs

The total number of Ack Cancel TLV packets of all types (Announce, Sync, and Delay Response)

Announce

The number of Announce packets of the specified TLV category

Sync

The number of Sync packets of the specified TLV category

Delay Response

The number of Delay Response packets of the specified TLV category

Other TLVs

The total number of other TLV packets that do not match the other categories or types

Other

The number of PTP packets that do not match the other categories or types

Discards

The total number of discarded packets across all categories

Bad PTP domain

The number of packets discarded because of a bad PTP domain

Alternate Master

The number of packets discarded because of an alternate master being referenced

Out of Sequence

The number of out-of-sequence packets discarded

Peer Disabled

The number of packets discarded because of the peer being disabled

Other

The number of packets discarded for reasons not matching the other categories or types

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address

Context

[Tree] (clear>redundancy>multi-chassis>mcr>statistics peer)

Full Context

clear redundancy multi-chassis mc-ring statistics peer

Description

This command clears multi-chassis ring peer statistics.

Parameters

ip-address

Clears ring peer statistics for 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

Platforms

All

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address [router router-instance | service name service-name] statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>system>ptp peer)

Full Context

clear system ptp peer

Description

This command clears PTP peer information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 address.

Values

ipv4-address:

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address:

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

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

x: [0 to FFFF]H

d: [0 to 255]D

router-instance

Clears information that is specific to a virtual router instance, up to 32 characters.

service-name

Clears information that is specific to a service name, up to 64 characters.

statistics

Clears statistics information of the specified IP address.

Platforms

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

peer

Syntax

peer [ip-int-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>ripng peer)

Full Context

show router ripng peer

Description

This command displays RIPng peer information.

Parameters

ip-int-name

Displays peer information for peers on the specified IPv6 interface.

Default

Display peers for all interfaces

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of RIPng peer information.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C>config>router>if# show router ripng peer 
===============================================================================
RIP-NG Peers
===============================================================================
Peer IP Addr                                         Version     Last Update
  Interface Name                                                 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
fe80::6629:ffff:fe00:0                               ripNg-v1    0
  one                                                             
fe80::6629:ffff:fe00:0                               ripNg-v1    0
  two                                                             
fe80::6629:ffff:fe00:0                               ripNg-v1    0
  three                                                           
fe80::6629:ffff:fe00:0                               ripNg-v1    0
  four                                                            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Peers: 4
===============================================================================
*A:Dut-C>config>router>if# show router ripng peer "one" 
===============================================================================
RIP-NG Peers
===============================================================================
Peer IP Addr                                         Version     Last Update
  Interface Name                                                 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
fe80::6629:ffff:fe00:0                               ripNg-v1    0
  one                                                             
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of Peers: 1
===============================================================================

peer

Syntax

peer [peer-address {ip-address | ipv6-address}] [router router-instance] [ local-address {ip-address | ipv6-address}]

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt>pfcp peer)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt pfcp peer

Description

This command displays connectivity details for a specific PFCP connection to a peer and the PFCP association to which the peer is linked. Multiple connections can exist per PFCP association.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the peer or local IPv4 address.

Values

a.b.c.d

ipv6-address

Specifies the peer or local IPv6 address.

Values

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

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

x - [0 to FFFF]H

d - [0 to 255]D

router-instance

Specifies the identifier of the router where the peer is terminated.

Values

router-name – base

vprn-svc-id – 1 to 2147483647

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of output of the show subscriber-mgmt PFCP peer command.

Output Example
A:BNG-UPF# show subscriber-mgmt pfcp peer 
===============================================================================
PFCP Peers
===============================================================================
Peer router                  : 990002
Peer Address                 : 17.17.17.10
Local Address                : 192.0.2.11
Association                  : bng-cpf
Path Mgmt State              : up
Restoration Timer Expiry     : (Not Specified)
Restart Reason               : none
===============================================================================
No. of PFCP Peers: 1
===============================================================================

peer

Syntax

peer ip-address statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>service>id>ptp peer)

Full Context

clear service id ptp peer

Description

This command clears PTP peer information.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

statistics

Clears statistics information of the specified peer.

Platforms

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

peer

Syntax

peer [ip-address] statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>pcep>pcc peer)

Full Context

clear router pcep pcc peer

Description

This command clears PCEP PCC peer statistics.

Parameters

ip-address

Specifies the IP address.

Values

a.b.c.d

statistics

Clears PCEP PCC peer statistics.

Platforms

All

peer-profile

peer-profile

Syntax

peer-profile [profile-name]

peer-profile profile-name associations

Context

[Tree] (show subscr-mgmt gtp peer-profile)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt gtp peer-profile

Description

This command displays GTP peer profile information.

Parameters

profile-name

Specifies the name that identifies the profile.

associations

Specifies the associated contexts for the specified peer profile.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of GTP peer profile information.

Output Example
Node# show subscriber-mgmt gtp peer-profile 
=============================================================================== 
GTP peer profiles 
=============================================================================== 
Name                             Description 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
default                          (Not Specified) 
default_s11                      (Not Specified) 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
No. of profiles: 2 
=============================================================================== 
Node# show subscriber-mgmt gtp peer-profile "default_s11" 
=============================================================================== 
GTP peer profile "default_s11" 
=============================================================================== 
Description                 : (Not Specified) 
Retransmit timeout (s)      : 5 
Retransmit retries          : 3 
Keepalive interval (s)      : 60 
Keepalive retries           : 4 
Keepalive retry timeout (s) : 5 
Time to live                : 255 
IPv4 MTU                    : 1400 
Interface type              : s11 
Charging char home UE       : (None) 
Charging char roaming UE    : (None) 
Session hold time (s)       : 30 
Report WLAN location        : disabled 
Procotol Config Options I.E.: pco 
Python policy               : (Not Specified) 
Radio Access Technology type: wlan 
Last management change      : 05/31/2018 11:05:46 
GGSN uplink GBR (Kbps)      : 5000 
GGSN uplink MBR (Kbps)      : 5000 
GGSN downlink GBR (Kbps)    : 2000 
GGSN downlink MBR (Kbps)    : 2000 
GGSN Alloc/Retention Prio   : 1 
GGSN uplink AMBR (Kbps)     : (Not Specified) 
GGSN downlink AMBR (Kbps)   : (Not Specified) 
GGSN last management change : 05/31/2018 11:05:46 
PGW uplink GBR (Kbps)       : 0 
PGW uplink MBR (Kbps)       : 0 
PGW downlink GBR (Kbps)     : 0 
PGW downlink MBR (Kbps)     : 0 
PGW Alloc/Retention Prio    : 1 
PGW Qos Class ID            : 8 
PGW uplink AMBR (Kbps)      : 10000 
PGW downlink AMBR (Kbps)    : 20000 
PGW last management change  : 05/31/2018 11:05:46 
MME uplink GBR (Kbps)       : 0 
MME uplink MBR (Kbps)       : 0 
MME downlink GBR (Kbps)     : 0 
MME downlink MBR (Kbps)     : 0 
MME Alloc/Retention Prio    : 1 
MME Qos Class ID            : 8 
MME uplink AMBR (Kbps)      : 10000 
MME downlink AMBR (Kbps)    : 20000 
MME last management change  : 05/31/2018 11:05:46 
===============================================================================

peer-profile-map

peer-profile-map

Syntax

peer-profile-map

Context

[Tree] (show>router>gtp>s11 peer-profile-map)

Full Context

show router gtp s11 peer-profile-map

Description

This command displays the peer profile mapping that is used to connect to S11 peers.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of GTP peer profile map information.

Output Example
Node# show router 20 gtp s11 peer-profile-map 
=============================================================================== 
Peer profile map 
=============================================================================== 
Address prefix                                Profile 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
0.0.0.0/0                                     default_s11 
192.2.0.0/24                                  specific_profile 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
No. of address prefixes: 2 
=============================================================================== 

peer-profile-map

Syntax

peer-profile-map

Context

[Tree] (show>router>gtp>uplink peer-profile-map)

Full Context

show router gtp uplink peer-profile-map

Description

This command displays the peer profile map.

Platforms

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

peers

peers

Syntax

peers [router router-instance | service-name service-name] [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>system>ptp peers)

Full Context

show system ptp peers

Description

This command displays summary information for all the PTP peers.

Parameters

router-instance

Displays only the information for a specific router instance.

Values

router-name – Base

vprn-svc-id – 1 to 2147483647

service-name

Specifies the service name, up to 64 characters, used to identify the router instance.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

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

Output

The following command displays PTP peers information and Output fields: PTP peers describes the output fields.

show system ptp peers
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router	                                                             
  IP Address
                             Anno Flow Admin State PTP Port State Parent Clock
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Base
  1.4.1.21                   
                             tx        n/a         master         no
1
  1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4
                             rx+tx     up          master         no
  1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:5
                             rx        up          slave          yes
2
  1.1.1.21
                             tx        n/a         master         no
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of PTP Peers: 4
===============================================================================

The following command displays PTP peers router information and Output fields: PTP peers describes the output fields.

show system ptp peers router Base
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router                                                             
  IP Address
                             Anno Flow Admin State PTP Port State Parent Clock
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Base
  1.4.1.21                  
                             tx        n/a         master         no
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of PTP Peers: 1
===============================================================================

The following command displays PTP peers router information and Output fields: PTP peers describes the output fields.

show system ptp peers router
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router                                                             
  IP Address                 Anno Flow Admin State PTP Port State Parent Clock
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1
  1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4
                             rx+tx     up          master         no
  1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:5
                             rx        up          slave          yes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of PTP Peers: 2
===============================================================================

The following command displays detailed PTP peers information and Output fields: PTP peers describes the output fields.

show system ptp peers detail 
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router            : Base
IP Address        : 1.4.1.21           
Announce Direction: tx
Admin State       : n/a                G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 3                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac65fffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Router            : 1
IP Address        : 1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4
Announce Direction: rx+tx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 2                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac5efffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Router            : 1
IP Address        : 1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:70:1:4
Announce Direction: rx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 1                  PTP Port State     : slave
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
GM Clock Id       : ac5dfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 13
GM Clock Accuracy : unknown            GM Clock Variance  : ffff (not computed)
GM Clock Priority1: 0                  GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 0                  Parent Clock       : yes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Router            : 2
IP Address        : 1.1.1.21           
Announce Direction: tx
Admin State       : n/a                G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 4                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac65fffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
===============================================================================

The following command displays detailed PTP peers router information and Output fields: PTP peers describes the output fields.

show system ptp peers router detail
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router            : 1
IP Address        : 1.2.1.20           
Announce Direction: rx+tx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 2                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac5efffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Router            : 1
IP Address        : 1.3.1.19           
Announce Direction: rx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 1                  PTP Port State     : slave
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
GM Clock Id       : ac5dfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 13
GM Clock Accuracy : unknown            GM Clock Variance  : ffff (not computed)
GM Clock Priority1: 0                  GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 0                  Parent Clock       : yes
===============================================================================
Table 13. Output fields: PTP peers

Label

Description

Router

The name of the router instance

IP Address

The IP address of the PTP peer

Announce Direction

Anno Flow

The direction from which PTP announce messages were sent or received

Admin State

The administrative state of the PTP peer

G.8275 Priority

The priority used in the best master clock algorithm (BMCA) for the local PTP port when the clock profile is G.8275.x

Sync Interval

The network synchronization interval, in packets per second

Local PTP Port

The number of local PTP ports

PTP Port State

The state of the PTP port

Clock Id

The clockIdentity value of the local PTP clock

Remote PTP Port

The number of remote PTP ports

GM Clock Id

The clockIdentity value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Class

The clockClass value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Accuracy

The clockAccuracy value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Variance

The offsetScaledLogVariance value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Priority1

The priority1 value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

GM Clock Priority2

The priority2 value of the grandmaster clock advertised by the parent clock

Steps Removed

The number of steps removed the PTP peer is from a grandmaster clock

Last Tx Port

The port-id of the last port from which a synchronization packet was transmitted

Last Rx Port

The port-id of the last port into which a synchronization packet was received

Port Asymmetry

The asymmetry value of the PTP peer, in nanoseconds

Best Master

Whether the clock has been deemed to be the best master clock

Parent Clock

Whether there is an external parent clock

APTS Asymmetry

The APTS asymmetry value of the PTP peer, in nanoseconds

Last Calc

The date and time of the last asymmetry value calculation

Profile Name

The name of the alternate profile configuration. If an alternate profile is not configured, Primary is displayed as the profile name.

Profile

The PTP profile used for the alternate profile configuration.

  • g8275dot1-2014 — The PTP profile specified in the ITU-T G.8275.1 recommendation.

  • g8275dot2-2016 — The PTP profile specified in the ITU-T G.8275.2 recommendation.

Domain

The domain in which PTP 1588 runs on the system.

peers

Syntax

peers [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>service>id>ptp peers)

Full Context

show service id ptp peers

Description

This command displays summary information for all the PTP peers.

Parameters

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

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

Output

The following command displays PTP information for all peers.

show service id ptp peers
=======================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router                                                             
  IP Address
                             Anno Flow Admin State PTP Port State Parent Clock
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1
  1.2.1.20
                             rx+tx     up          master         no
  1.3.1.19
                             rx        up          slave          yes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of PTP Peers: 4
===============================================================================

The following command displays detailed PTP information for all peers.


show service id ptp peers detail
===============================================================================
IEEE 1588/PTP Peer Information
===============================================================================
Router            : 1
IP Address        : 1.2.1.20           
Announce Direction: rx+tx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 2                  PTP Port State     : master
Clock Id          : ac5efffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Router            : 1
IP Address        : 1.3.1.19           
Announce Direction: rx
Admin State       : up                 G.8265.1 Priority  : n/a
Local PTP Port    : 1                  PTP Port State     : slave
Clock Id          : ac5dfffffe000000   Remote PTP Port    : 1
GM Clock Id       : ac5dfffffe000000   GM Clock Class     : 13
GM Clock Accuracy : unknown            GM Clock Variance  : ffff (not computed)
GM Clock Priority1: 0                  GM Clock Priority2 : 128
Steps Removed     : 0                  Parent Clock       : yes
===============================================================================
Table 14. Output fields: service PTP peers
Label Description

Router

The name of the router instance

IP Address

The IP address of the PTP peer

Announce Direction

Anno Flow

The direction from which PTP announce messages were sent or received

Admin State

The administrative state of the PTP peer

G.8265 Priority

The priority used in the best master clock algorithm (BMCA) for the local PTP port when the clock profile is G.8265.x

Sync Interval

The network synchronization interval, in packets per second

Alarms

The alarms that are active for the PTP peer

Tx Timestamp Point

The transmission timestamp point

Rx Timestamp Point

The reception timestamp point

Last Tx Port

The port-id of the last port from which a synchronization packet was transmitted

Last Rx Port

The port-id of the last port into which a synchronization packet was received

Port Asymmetry

The asymmetry value of the PTP peer, in nanoseconds

Best Master

Whether the clock has been deemed to be the best master clock

Parent Clock

Whether there is an external parent clock

Profile Name

The name of the alternate profile configuration. If an alternate profile is not configured, Primary is displayed as the profile name.

Profile

The PTP profile used for the alternate profile configuration.

  • g8275dot1-2014 — The PTP profile specified in the ITU-T G.8275.1 recommendation.

  • g8275dot2-2016 — The PTP profile specified in the ITU-T G.8275.2 recommendation.

Domain

The domain in which PTP 1588 runs on the system.

peq

peq

Syntax

peq [peq-slot] [chassis chassis-id] [ detail]

Context

[Tree] (show peq)

Full Context

show peq

Description

This command displays APEQ information.

Parameters

peq-slot

Specifies the APEQ slot identifier.

Values

1 to 12

chassis-id

Specifies the chassis ID for the router chassis.

Values

1 to 2

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

7750 SR-12e, 7750 SR-s, 7950 XRS

Output

The following outputs are examples of PEQ information, and Output Fields: show peq describes the output fields.

Output Example: show peq
*A:Dut-A# show peq 
===============================================================================
PEQ Summary
===============================================================================
Chassis/   Provisioned Type             Admin Operational   Input  Zone  Input
Slot           Equipped Type (if diff)  State State         A B          Mode
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1        apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/2        (not provisioned)            up    unprovisioned Y Y    1     N/A
               apeq-dc-2000             
1/3        apeq-dc-2000                 up    up            Y Y    1     N/A
1/4        apeq-dc-2000                 up    up            Y Y    1     N/A
1/5        apeq-dc-2000                 up    up            Y Y    1     N/A
1/6        apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/7        apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/8        apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/9        apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/10       apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/11       apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
1/12       apeq-dc-2000                 up    down          Y Y    1     N/A
2/1        apeq-dc-2000                 up    provisioned   - -    2     N/A
               (not equipped)           
===============================================================================
Output Example: show peq <peq-slot> detail
*A:Dut-A# show peq 1 detail
===============================================================================
PEQ 1
===============================================================================
Slot   Provisioned Type                 Admin Operational   Input  Zone  Input
           Equipped Type (if diff)      State State         A B          Mode
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      apeq-dc-2000                          down  down     Y N    1     N/A

Hardware Data
    Part number                  : 3HE07114AARA01
    CLEI code                    : IPUPAJHUAA
    Serial number                : NS1250G0116
    Manufacture date             : 12202012
    Manufacturing deviations     : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number: 8205320107
    Time of last boot            : 2014/01/07 11:01:44
    Current alarm state          : alarm active
===============================================================================
Output Example: show peq detail

In the following example, the entries for PEQ 2 to PEQ 11 are not shown.

*A:Dut-A# show peq detail 
===============================================================================
PEQ 1
===============================================================================
Slot   Provisioned Type                 Admin Operational   Input  Zone  Input
           Equipped Type (if diff)      State State         A B          Mode
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/1    apeq-dc-2000                     down  down          Y N     1    N/A

Hardware Data
    Part number                  : 3HE07114AARA01
    CLEI code                    : IPUPAJHUAA
    Serial number                : NS1250G0116
    Manufacture date             : 12202012
    Manufacturing deviations     : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number: 8205320107
    Time of last boot            : 2014/01/07 11:01:44
    Current alarm state          : alarm active

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

...

===============================================================================
PEQ 12
===============================================================================
Slot   Provisioned Type                 Admin Operational   Input  Zone  Input
           Equipped Type (if diff)      State State         A B          Mode
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
12     apeq-dc-2000                     up    up            Y N    1     N/A

Hardware Data
    Part number                  : 3HE07114AARA01
    CLEI code                    : IPUPAJHUAA
    Serial number                : NS1250G0115
    Manufacture date             : 12202012
    Manufacturing deviations     : (Not Specified)
    Manufacturing assembly number: 8205320107
    Time of last boot            : 2014/01/07 11:01:44
    Current alarm state          : alarm active
===============================================================================
Output Fields: show peq
Table 15. Output Fields: show peq

Label

Description

Slot

The number of the slot in which the APEQ is installed.

Provisioned Type Equipped Type (if different)

The APEQ type provisioned.

Admin State

The administrative state.

Operational State

The operational state.

Input

Specifies the input battery feed: A, or B.

Zone

Specifies the chassis power zone.

Hardware Data:

Part number

The APEQ part number.

CLEI code

The APEQ CLEI code.

Serial number

The APEQ serial number.

Manufacture date

The date the APEQ was manufactured.

Manufacturing deviations

Specifies any manufacturing deviations.

Manufacturing assembly number

The APEQ assembly number.

Administrative state

Specifies the administrative state of the APEQ.

Operational state

Specifies the operational state of the APEQ.

Time of last boot

Indicates the time stamp of the last system restart.

Current alarm state

Indicates the current alarm state.

per-link-hash

per-link-hash

Syntax

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

per-link-hash port port-id

Context

[Tree] (show>lag per-link-hash)

Full Context

show lag per-link-hash

Description

This command displays LAG per-link hash information.

Parameters

port-id

Displays information about a specified LAG link-map profile.

Values

1 to 32 (VSR)

1 to 64 (all other platforms)

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of per-link hash SAP information.

Show Per-Link-Hash SAP Output Fields describes per-link hash SAP output fields.

Output Example

show lag 1 associations per-link-hash sap [class]
===============================================================================
SAP Associations
===============================================================================
SvcId      SAP                              Active Link         Oper  
                                                                Class  Weight
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10         lag-1:1                          1/1/c1/1            1      111
10         lag-1:2                          1/2/c1/1            2      222
10         lag-1:4                          2/1/c1/4            2      333
10         lag-1:10                         1/1/c1/1            3      444
10         lag-1:99                         1/1/c1/1            2      1000
30         lag-1:31                         1/1/c1/1            1      1
40         lag-1:41                         1/2/c1/1            1      512
===============================================================================
Number of SAP associations: 7
===============================================================================
Table 16. Show Per-Link-Hash SAP Output Fields

Label

Description

SvcID

The associated service ID

SAP

The associated LAG ID

Active Link

The associated SAP ID

Oper Class

The per-link-hash class

Weight

The per-link-hash weight

Number of SAP associations

The total number of SAPs associated with the specified LAG ID

The following output is an example of per hash link Vport information.

Show Per-Link-Hash Vport Output Fields describes per hash link Vport output fields.

show lag 1 associations per-link-hash vport 
===============================================================================
VPort Associations
===============================================================================
VPort Name                         Active Link
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
my_vport_lag1                      1/1/c1/1
my_vport_lag1bis                   1/2/c1/1
my_vport_lag1_extra1               2/1/c1/4
my_vport_lag1_extra2               1/2/c1/1
my_vport_lag1_extra3               2/1/c1/4
===============================================================================
Number of VPort associations: 5
===============================================================================
Table 17. Show Per-Link-Hash Vport Output Fields

Label

Description

Vport Name

The name of the virtual port

Active Link

The associated SAP ID

Number of Vport associations

The total number of Vports associated with the specified LAG ID

The following output is an example of service subscriber host Vport information.

show service id subscriber-hosts detail
===============================================================================
Subscriber Host table
===============================================================================
Sap                                                             
  IP Address                                                    
    MAC Address                PPPoE-SID       Origin          Fwding State
      Subscriber                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
lag-1:4
  10.2.2.41
    00:00:00:00:00:14          N/A             DHCP            Fwding
      subscr2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Subscriber-interface  : subscr_lag1
Group-interface       : group_lag1
Sub Profile           : sub_profile
SLA Profile           : sla_profile
Egress Vport          : my_vport_lag1
LAG Active Link       : 1/1/c1/1      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 18. Show Service Subscriber Hosts Detailed Output Fields

Label

Description

Sap

The LAG ID

IP Address

The subscriber host IP address

MAC Address

The subscriber host 48-bit MAC address

Subscriber

The associated subscriber profile name

PPPoE-SID

The PPPoE address of the segment identifier (SID)

Origin

The protocol or mechanism that created the service

Fwding State

The forwarding state

Subscriber-interface

The subscriber interface name associated with this service ID

Group-interface

The group interface name associated with this service ID

Sub Profile

The subscriber profile associated with this service ID

SLA Profile

The service level profile associated with this service ID

Egress Vport

The egress Vport name associated with this service ID

LAG Active Link

The associated SAP ID

per-peer-queuing

per-peer-queuing

Syntax

per-peer-queuing [detail]

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security per-peer-queuing)

Full Context

show system security per-peer-queuing

Description

This command enables or disables CPM hardware queuing per peer. TTL security only operates when per-peer-queuing is enabled.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of per peer queuing information.

Show Per-Peer-Queuing Output Fields describes per-peer-queuing output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-48# show system security per-peer-queuing
=================================================
CPM Hardware Queuing
=================================================
Per Peer Queuing        : Enabled
Total Num of Queues     : 8192
Num of Queues In Use    : 2
=================================================
A:ALA-48# configure
Table 19. Show Per-Peer-Queuing Output Fields

Label

Description

Per Peer Queuing

Displays the status (enabled or disabled) of CPM hardware queuing per peer.

Total Num of Queues

Displays the total number of hardware queues.

Num of Queues In Use

Displays the total number of hardware queues in use.

per-peer-queuing

Syntax

per-peer-queuing

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security per-peer-queuing)

Full Context

show system security per-peer-queuing

Description

This command displays the number of queues in use by the Qchip, which in turn is used by PPQ, CPM filter, SAP, and so on.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of per peer queuing information.

Show per-peer-queuing Output Fields describes the per-peer-queuing output fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-48>show>system>security# per-peer-queuing
=================================================
CPM Hardware Queuing
=================================================
Per Peer Queuing        : Enabled
Total Num of Queues     : 8192
Num of Queues In Use    : 0
=================================================
A:ALA-48>show>system>security#
Table 20. Show per-peer-queuing Output Fields

Label

Description

Per Peer Queuing

Displays whether per-peer-queuing is enabled or disabled. When enabled, a peering session is established and the router will automatically allocate a separate CPM hardware queue for that peer. When disabled, no hardware queuing per peer occurs.

Total Num of Queues

Displays the total number of CPM hardware queues.

Num of Queues In Use

Displays the number of CPM hardware queues that are in use.

perform

perform

Syntax

perform

Context

[Tree] (tools perform)

Full Context

tools perform

Description

Commands in this context perform troubleshooting operations.

Platforms

All

performance

performance

Syntax

performance mda mda-id last time-span time-unit

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>wlan-gw>isa performance)

Full Context

tools dump wlan-gw isa performance

Description

This command generates an overview of the processing load and data processed by the specified ISA over a period of time. The following time periods are supported:

  • last minute with seconds granularity

  • last hour with minutes granularity

  • last day with hours granularity

  • last day with days granularity

Parameters

mda-id

Specifies the MDA for getting performance measurements in slot/mda format.

Values

slot — 1 to 10

mda — 1 to 2

time-span

Specifies the period for which to get measurements.

Values

1 to 60 (sec), 1 to 60 (min), 1 to 24 (hrs), 1 (days)

time-unit

Specifies the period for which to get measurements.

Values

sec, min, hrs, days

Platforms

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

Output

This command displays performance information.

Output Example
Node# /tools dump wlan-gw isa performance mda 2/1 last 5 min
===============================================================================
Measurements for last 5 minutes on Slot #2 MDA #1
===============================================================================
Timestamp            |     Wait     Idle     Work | Total jobs |    Total data
---------------------+----------------------------+------------+---------------
01/22/2018 10:14:04  |   99.47%    0.53%    0.00% |          0 |          - -
01/22/2018 10:13:41  |   99.46%    0.54%    0.00% |          3 |          3 Kb
01/22/2018 10:12:41  |   99.47%    0.53%    0.00% |          0 |          - -
01/22/2018 10:11:41  |   99.47%    0.53%    0.00% |          0 |          - -
01/22/2018 10:10:41  |   99.45%    0.55%    0.00% |          0 |          - -
===============================================================================

performance

Syntax

performance mda mda-id last time-span time-unit

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>nat>isa performance)

Full Context

tools dump nat isa performance

Description

This command generates an overview of the processing load and data processed by the specified ISA over a period of time. The following time periods are supported:

  • last minute with seconds granularity

  • last hour with minutes granularity

  • last day with hours granularity

  • last 31 days with days granularity

Parameters

mda-id

Specifies the MDA for getting performance measurements in format slot/mda.

Values

slot — 1 to 10

mda — 1 to 2

time-span

Specifies the period for which to get measurements.

Values

1 to 60 (sec) | 1 to 60 (min) | 1 to 24 (hrs) | 1 to 31 (days)

time-unit

Specifies the period for which to get measurements.

Values

sec | min | hrs | days

Platforms

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

persistence

persistence

Syntax

persistence

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform persistence)

Full Context

tools perform persistence

Description

Commands in this context configure downgrade parameters.

Platforms

All

persistent

persistent

Syntax

persistent

Context

[Tree] (show>system>telemetry persistent)

Full Context

show system telemetry persistent

Description

Commands in this context display persistent telemetry information.

Platforms

All

pfcp

pfcp

Syntax

pfcp

Context

[Tree] (show>subscr-mgmt pfcp)

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt pfcp

Description

Commands in this context display all related PFCP information.

Platforms

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

pfcp-association

pfcp-association

Syntax

pfcp-association name statistics

Context

[Tree] (clear>subscr-mgmt pfcp-association)

Full Context

clear subscriber-mgmt pfcp-association

Description

This command clears all message statistics associated with the specified PFCP association.

Parameters

name

Specifies the name of a PFCP association, up to 32 characters, for which information is cleared.

statistics

Specifies that statistics for the specified PFCP association are cleared.

Platforms

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

pfcp-session

pfcp-session

Syntax

pfcp-session session-id session-id

pfcp-session sap sap-id mac mac-address

Context

[Tree] (clear>subscr-mgmt pfcp-session)

Full Context

clear subscriber-mgmt pfcp-session

Description

This command locally clears a PFCP session, either by providing the session ID or the associated SAP ID and MAC address.

Note:

This command does not delete the session on the BNG CPF and should only be used as a last attempt to delete the PFCP sessions. It is always recommended to first attempt to gracefully delete the session from the BNG CPF.

Parameters

session-id

Specifies the locally assigned PFCP session ID, up to 20 characters.

sap-id

Specifies the SAP ID associated with the session.

Values

null

port-id | bundle-id | bpgrp-id | lag-id | aps-id

dot1q

port-id | bundle-id | bpgrp-id | lag-id | aps-id | pw-id | eth-sat-id:[qtag1 | cp-conn-prof-id]

qinq

port-id | bundle-id | bpgrp-id | lag-id | pw-id | eth-sat-id:[qtag1 cp-conn-prof-id].[qtag2 | cp-conn-prof-id]

cp

keyword

conn-prof-id

1 to 8000

cem

slot/mda/port.channel

ima-grp

bundle-id [:vpi/vci | vpi | vpi1.vpi2 | cp.conn-prof-id]

cp

keyword

conn-prof-id

1 to 8000

port-id

slot/mda/port[.channel]

aps-id

aps-group-id[.channel]

aps

keyword

group-id

1 to 128

eth-tunnel

eth-tunnel-id[:eth-tun-sap-id]

id

1 to 1024

eth-tun-sap-id

0 to 4094

lag-id

lag-id | lag-string

lag

keyword

id

1 to 800

string

23 characters max

pw-id

pw-id

pw

keyword

id

1 to 32767

qtag1

* | 0 to 4094

qtag2

* | null | 0 to 4094

tunnel-id

tunnel-id.private | public:tag

tunnel

keyword

id

1 to 16

tag

0 to 4094

eth-sat-id

esat-id / slot / port

esat

keyword

id

1 to 20

pxc-id

pxc-id.sub-port

pxc

keyword

id

1 to 64

sub-port

a, b

mac-address

Specifies the MAC address associated with the session, in the form xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx.

Platforms

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

pim

pim

Syntax

pim

Context

[Tree] (clear>router pim)

Full Context

clear router pim

Description

Commands in this context clear and reset PIM entities.

Platforms

All

pim

Syntax

pim

Context

[Tree] (show>router pim)

Full Context

show router pim

Description

Commands in this context display PIM related information.

Platforms

All

pim

Syntax

pim

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router pim)

Full Context

tools perform router pim

Description

This command enables tools to perform certain PIM tasks.

Platforms

All

pim

Syntax

pim

Context

[Tree] (monitor>router pim)

Full Context

monitor router pim

Description

This command monitors commands for the PIM instance.

Platforms

All

pim-policy

pim-policy

Syntax

pim-policy

pim-policy name associations

Context

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

Full Context

show subscriber-mgmt pim-policy

Description

This command displays PIM policy information.

Parameters

name

Specifies the PIM policy name, up to 32 characters.

associations

Displays information associated with the policy.

Platforms

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

pim-snooping

pim-snooping

Syntax

pim-snooping

Context

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

Full Context

show service id pim-snooping

Description

Commands in this context display PIM snooping information.

Platforms

All

pim-snooping

Syntax

pim-snooping

Context

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

Full Context

clear service id pim-snooping

Description

Commands in this context clear PIM snooping information.

Platforms

All

ping-template

ping-template

Syntax

ping-template template-name

ping-template

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam>icmp ping-template)

Full Context

show test-oam icmp ping-template

Description

This command displays a summary of configured ping templates and the total number service interfaces that reference the template. By specifying template name, the values for the specified interface and the total and active references for that specific template are displayed.

Parameters

template-name

Specifies the name of the ping template to be queried, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of ping template information.

Output Example
show test-oam icmp ping-template
===============================================================================
Ping Templates
===============================================================================
Name                                                               IP Refs
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
base-template                                                           21
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of ping templates: 1
=============================================================================== 
show test-oam icmp ping-template base-template
======================================================================
Tmpl Name :   base-template
======================================================================
Description        : Basic standard template
Dscp               : nc1
Dot1p              : 7
Interval           : 60
Timeout            : 5
Failure Threshold  : 3
React Interval     : 1
React Fail Thresh  : 3
React Timeout      : 1
React Threshold    : 3
Size               : 56
TTL                : 1 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Refs        : 20
Total Refs         : 21
====================================================================== 

ping-template-sync

ping-template-sync

Syntax

ping-template-sync template-name

Context

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

Full Context

tools perform test-oam icmp ping-template-sync

Description

This command updates all values for service IP interfaces that reference the specified config>test-oam>icmp>ping-template template-name. Changes to the ping-template in this context are not automatically pushed to service IP interfaces. Values imported by the service interface are those configured when the service IP interface referenced the ping- template.

Parameters

template-name

Specifies the ping template name, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

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

ping-template-using

ping-template-using

Syntax

ping-template-using [template-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>test-oam>icmp ping-template-using)

Full Context

show test-oam icmp ping-template-using

Description

This command displays information about service IP interfaces that reference a ping template, the associated router instance, and the administrative state of the ping template under that interface.

Parameters

template-name

Displays the interfaces mapped to the ping-template template-name, up to 64 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example ping template output information.

Output Example
show test-oam icmp ping-template-using
===============================================================================
Ping Templates
===============================================================================
Template Name                           Router Instance            Admin
 Interface Name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-101                        vprn12101                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-103                        vprn12103                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-104                        vprn12104                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-105                        vprn12105                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-106                        vprn12106                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-107                        vprn12107                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-108                        vprn12108                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-109                        vprn12109                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-110                        vprn12110                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-111                        vprn12111                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-112                        vprn12112                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-113                        vprn12113                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-114                        vprn12114                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-115                        vprn12115                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-116                        vprn12116                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-117                        vprn12117                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-118                        vprn12118                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-119                        vprn12119                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-120                        vprn12120                  up
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-121                        vprn12121                  down
base-template
 int-PE-2-CE-122                        vprn12122                  up
===============================================================================

Show test-oam icmp ping-template-using Output Fields describes ping template fields.

Table 21. Show test-oam icmp ping-template-using Output Fields
Label Description

Template Name

The template name

Router Instance

The router instance name

Admin

The administrative state

Interface Name

The interface name

pip

pip

Syntax

pip

Context

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

Full Context

clear service statistics id pip

Description

This command clears the Provider Internal Port statistics for this service.

Platforms

All

policer

policer

Syntax

policer

policer policer-name [detail]

policer summary

Context

[Tree] (show>app-assure>group policer)

Full Context

show application-assurance group policer

Description

This command displays application-assurance policer information.

Parameters

policer-name

Displays information about the specified policer.

detail

Displays detailed information about policers on this node.

summary

Displays summarized information about policers on this node.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of the policer command information.

Output Example
show application-assurance group 1 policer <policer-name> detail
===============================================================================
Policer Instance "1m-dwn"
===============================================================================
Description     : (Not Specified)
Type            : dual-bucket-bandwidth
Granularity     : subscriber
Adaptation Rule : pir closest cir closest

Active tod-override : none

PIR : max              Oper PIR : max
CIR : 0 kbps           Oper CIR : 0 kbps
MBS : 20000 KB         Oper MBS : 20000 KB
CBS : 0 KB             Oper CBS : 0 KB

No. of tod-overrides : 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Time of Day Override Instance 10
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description : (Not Specified)
Admin State : in-service

Occurrence  : daily (monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday)
Start time  : 19:00
End time    : 22:00

PIR         : max
CIR         : 0 kbps
MBS         : 10000 KB
CBS         : 0 KB
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Time of Day Override Instance 20
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Description : (Not Specified)
Admin State : in-service

Occurrence  : daily (sunday saturday)
Start time  : 19:00
End time    : 22:00

PIR         : max
CIR         : 0 kbps
MBS         : 5000 KB
CBS         : 0 KB
===============================================================================
Output Example
*A:Dut-C>show>app-assure>group# policer "test"
===============================================================================
Policer Instance "test"
===============================================================================
Description     : (Not Specified)
Type            : single-bucket-bandwidth
Granularity     : access-network-location
Action          : permitDeny
Adaptation Rule : pir closest
Rate-Percentage : 10
===============================================================================

policer

Syntax

policer policer-name day day time time-of-day

Context

[Tree] (tools>dump>app-assure>group policer)

Full Context

tools dump application-assurance group policer

Description

This command displays rates for the policer for a specific day and time.

Parameters

policer-name

Specifies an existing policer name up to 256 characters in length.

day day

Specifies a day to display policer rates.

Values

sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday

time time-of-day

Specifies a time of day (in hours and minutes) to display policer rates.

Values

hh : 0 to 24

mm : 0, 15, 30, 45

Platforms

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

policer

Syntax

policer

Context

[Tree] (show>qos policer)

Full Context

show qos policer

Description

Commands in this context display QoS policer information.

Platforms

All

policer-control-policy

policer-control-policy

Syntax

policer-control-policy [policy-name] [association]

Context

[Tree] (show>qos policer-control-policy)

Full Context

show qos policer-control-policy

Description

This command displays policer control policy information.

Parameters

policy-name

Specifies the policer control policy name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

policer-hierarchy

policer-hierarchy

Syntax

policer-hierarchy

Context

[Tree] (show>qos policer-hierarchy)

Full Context

show qos policer-hierarchy

Description

This command displays policer hierarchy information.

Platforms

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

policers

policers

Syntax

policers

Context

[Tree] (show>app-assure>group>aa-sub policers)

Full Context

show application-assurance group aa-sub policers

Description

This command displays policer configuration information.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of the policers command.

Output Example
A:cpm-a>show>app-assure>group>aa-sub# policers 
===============================================================================
Application-Assurance Subscriber Policer Summary
===============================================================================
AA-Subscriber       : Alex (esm)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: single-bucket-bandwidth Direction: subscriber-to-network
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AQP   Policer                          Resources Exceeded?                     
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
61    SuspectUp_policer                N                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: single-bucket-bandwidth Direction: network-to-subscriber
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AQP   Policer                          Resources Exceeded?                     
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
62    SuspectDown_policer              N                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policer usage counts:
single-bucket-bandwidth               
  subscriber-to-network  1     out of    32
  network-to-subscriber  1     out of    32
dual-bucket-bandwidth
  subscriber-to-network  0     out of     1
  network-to-subscriber  0     out of     1
flow-count-limit         0     out of     8
flow-rate-limit          0     out of     8
===============================================================================
A:cpm-a>show>app-assure>group>aa-sub# 

policy

policy

Syntax

policy

Context

[Tree] (show>app-assure>group policy)

Full Context

show application-assurance group policy

Description

Commands in this context display application-assurance policy configuration information.

Platforms

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

policy

Syntax

policy [policy-name [bundle bundle-name] [ protocol protocol-name] [interface if-name] [ detail]]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>mcac policy)

Full Context

show router mcac policy

Description

This command displays MCAC policy information.

Parameters

policy-name

Specifies an existing multicast CAC (MCAC) policy name.

bundle bundle-id

Specifies an existing multicast bundle name.

protocol protocol-name

specifies an applicable protocol to display.

Values

igmp, pim, igmpSnpg

interface if-name

Specifies an interface name to display.

detail

Displays detailed information.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of MCAC policy information.

Output Example
*A:ALA-48>show>router>mcac# policy
===============================================================================
Multicast CAC Policies
===============================================================================
Policy                          Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
btv_fr                          foreign TV offering
btv_vl                          eastern TV offering
policy1                         this is policy1
policy2                         this is policy 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policies : 4
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-48>show>router>mcac# 


*A:ALA-48>show>router>mcac# policy btv_fr
===============================================================================
Multicast CAC policy
===============================================================================
Policy           : btv_fr
Description      : foreign TV offering
Default Action   : discard
Bundle(s)        : FOR
===============================================================================
*A:ALA-48>show>router>mcac#

policy

Syntax

policy admin

policy as-path-group [asp-group-name]

policy as-path [asp-name]

policy community [community-name]

policy damping [damping-profile-name]

policy exclusive-access

policy global-variables

policy [plcy-name] [expand-variables]

policy prefix-list [prefix-list-name]

policy route-distinguisher-list [rd-list-name]

policy plcy-name sub-policy entry entry-id [name subpol-name]

policy plcy-name sub-policy entry entry-id name subpol-name entry-2 entry-id name-2 subpol-name

policy plcy-name sub-policy entry entry-id name subpol-name entry-2 entry-id name-2 subpol-name entry-3 entry-id name-3 subpol-name

Context

[Tree] (show>router policy)

Full Context

show router policy

Description

This command displays configured policy statement information.

Parameters

admin

When this keyword is specified, the entire policy option configuration is displayed, including any uncommitted configuration changes. This command is similar to the info command.

Note:

This parameter is not available in the MD-CLI.

as-path

When this keyword is specified, the parameter displays configured as-path regular expressions (optionally filtered by name).

as-path-group

When this keyword is specified, the command displays configured as-path-groups, optionally filtered by name.

community

When this keyword is specified, the command displays configured community lists, optionally filtered by name.

damping

When this keyword is specified, the information about the route policy damping configurations is displayed.

entry entry-id

Displays the configuration (with parameter value substitution) of the subroutine policy called by the entry with entry ID.

exclusive-access

Displays the policy that edits exclusive access and lock information.

Note:

This parameter is not available in the MD-CLI.

expand-variables

Displays the variables that are replaced with values in main policies or in sub-policies.

prefix-list name

Displays the prefix lists configured in the route policy.

policy name

Displays information similar to the info command for a specific policy-statement. If a name is provided, the matching policy-statement displays. If no statement name is specified, a list of all policies statements and descriptions display.

route-distinguisher rd-list-name
Keyword to display all the configured route distinguisher lists. If an rd-list-name is provided, the specified route distinguisher list is displayed.
sub-policy

When this keyword is specified, the configuration of a subroutine policy is displayed.

subpol-name

Specifies the policy name up to 64 characters.

entry-id

Specifies the numeric entry identifier of the policy.

Values

1 to 4294967295

Platforms

All

Output

Route Policy Output Fields describes route policy output fields.

Use the following command to display all configured route policies.

show router policy
Output Example
===============================================================================
Route Policies
===============================================================================
Policy                           Description                                    
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Direct And Aggregate             Policy Statement ABC
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Policies : 
===============================================================================

Use the following command to display the entire policy option configuration, including any uncommitted configuration changes.

show router policy admin
Note: This command option is similar to the info command, which displays information about the route policies and parameters.
Output Example
prefix-list "All-Routes"
            prefix 0.0.0.0/0 longer
            prefix 2.0.0.0/8 longer
            prefix 3.0.0.0/8 longer
            prefix 4.0.0.0/8 longer
            prefix 5.0.0.0/8 longer
            prefix 6.0.0.0/8 exact
            prefix 224.0.0.0/24 longer
    exit
...

Use the following command to display information about a specific route policy.

show router policy name
Output Example
description "Policy Statement For 'BGP To RIP'"
    entry 10
        description "Entry For Policy 'BGP To RIP'"
        from
            protocol bgp
        exit
        to
            protocol rip
        exit
        action accept
            metric set 1
            next-hop 10.0.18.200
            tag 805
        exit
    exit
    default-action reject

Use the following command to display information about the route policy damping configurations.

show router policy damping
Output Example
=============================================
Route Damping Profiles
=============================================
    damping "TEST-LOW"
        half-life 22
        max-suppress 720
        reuse 10000
        suppress 15000
    exit
    damping "TEST-HIGH"
        half-life 22
        max-suppress 720
        reuse 1000
        suppress 5000
    exit
    damping "TEST-MEDIUM"
        half-life 22
        max-suppress 720
        reuse 5000
        suppress 11000
    exit
=============================================

Use the following command to display information about the subroutine called by an entry of the route policy.

show router policy "poll" sub-policy entry 10 name "pol2"
Output Example
===============================================================================
pol1 entry 10 sub-policies
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Level1 Sub-policy : pol2    Parent-policy : pol1, Parent-entry 10
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    entry 20
        from
            community "telnet"
        exit
    exit
===============================================================================
Table 22. Route Policy Output Fields

Label

Description

Policy

Displays a list of route policy names.

Description

Displays the description of each route policy.

Policies

The total number of policies configured.

policy

Syntax

policy [policy-id [event event-type specific-qualifier]]

Context

[Tree] (show>vrrp policy)

Full Context

show vrrp policy

Description

This command displays VRRP priority control policy information.

If no command line options are specified, a summary of the VRRP priority control event policies displays.

Parameters

policy-id

Displays information on the specified priority control policy ID.

Default

All VRRP policies IDs

Values

1 to 9999

event-type

Displays information on the specified VRRP priority control event within the policy ID.

Default

All event types and qualifiers

Values

port-down, lag-port-down, host-unreachable, route-unknown, mc-ipsec-non-forwarding

specific-qualifier

Display information about the specified qualifier.

Values

port-id, lag-id, host-ip-addr, route-prefix/mask, tunnel-group-id

Platforms

All

Output

VRRP Policy Output — The following output is an example of VRRP policy information, and Show VRRP Policy Output Fields describes the fields.

Table 23. Show VRRP Policy Output Fields

Label

Description

Policy Id

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

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

Current Priority & Effects

Current Explicit

When multiple explicitly defined events associated with the priority control policy happen simultaneously, the lowest value of all the current explicit priorities will be used as the in-use priority for the virtual router

Current Delta Sum

The sum of the priorities of all the delta events when multiple delta events associated with the priority control policy happen simultaneously; this sum is subtracted from the base priority of the virtual router to give the in-use priority

Delta Limit

The delta-in-use-limit for a VRRP policy; once the total sum of all delta events has been calculated and subtracted from the base-priority of the virtual router, the result is compared to the delta-in-use-limit value; if the result is less than this value, the delta-in-use-limit value is used as the virtual router in-use priority value; if an explicit priority control event overrides the delta priority control events, the delta-in-use-limit has no effect

If the delta-in-use-limit is 0, the sum of the delta priority control events to reduce the virtual router's in-use-priority to 0 can prevent it from becoming or staying master

Current Priority

The configured delta-in-use-limit priority for a VRRP priority control policy or the configured delta or explicit priority for a priority control event

Applied

The number of virtual router instances to which the policy has been applied; the policy cannot be deleted unless this value is 0

Description

A text string which describes the VRRP policy

Event Type & ID

A delta priority event is a conditional event defined in a priority control policy that subtracts a given amount from the base priority to give the current in-use priority for the VRRP virtual router instances to which the policy is applied

An explicit priority event is a conditional event defined in a priority control policy that explicitly defines the in-use priority for the VRRP virtual router instances to which the policy is applied

Explicit events override all delta events; when multiple explicit events occur simultaneously, the event with the lowest priority value defines the in-use priority

Event Oper State

The operational state of the event

Hold Set Remaining

The amount of time that must pass before the set state for a VRRP priority control event can transition to the cleared state to dampen flapping events

Priority & Effect

Delta — the priority-level value is subtracted from the associated virtual router instance’s base priority when the event is set and no explicit events are set; the sum of the priority event priority-level values on all set delta priority events are subtracted from the virtual router base priority to derive the virtual router instance in-use priority value

If the delta priority event is cleared, the priority-level is no longer used in the in-use priority calculation

Explicit — the priority-level value is used to override the base priority of the virtual router instance if the priority event is set and no other explicit priority event is set with a lower priority-level

The set explicit priority value with the lowest priority-level determines the actual in-use protocol value for all virtual router instances associated with the policy

In Use

Specifies whether the event is currently affecting the in-use priority of some virtual router

Output Example
A:ALA-A# show vrrp policy
===============================================================================
VRRP Policies                                                                  
===============================================================================
Policy    Current             Current      Current      Delta       Applied    
Id        Priority & Effect   Explicit     Delta Sum    Limit                  
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1         None                None         None         1           Yes        
2         None                None         None         1           No         
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A#


A:ALA-A# show vrrp policy 1
===============================================================================
VRRP Policy 1                                                                  
===============================================================================
Description     : 10.10.200.253 reachability                                   
Current Priority: None                 Applied           : No                  
Current Explicit: None                 Current Delta Sum : None                
Delta Limit     : 1                                                            
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Applied To                       VR     Opr     Base    In-use  Master  Is     
Interface Name                   Id             Pri     Pri     Pri     Master 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
None                                                                           
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority Control Events                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Event Type & ID                  Event Oper State        Hold Set  Priority In 
                                                         Remaining &Effect  Use
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Host Unreach 10.10.200.252       n/a                     Expired    20 Del  No 
Host Unreach 10.10.200.253       n/a                     Expired    10 Del  No 
Route Unknown 10.10.100.0/24     n/a                     Expired     1 Exp  No 
===============================================================================

VRRP Policy Event Output — The following output is an example of VRRP policy event information, and Show VRRP Policy Event Output Fields describes the fields.

Output Example
A:ALA-A#show vrrp policy 1 event port-down
===============================================================================
VRRP Policy 1, Event Port Down 1/1/1                                           
===============================================================================
Description     :                                                              
Current Priority: None                 Applied           : Yes                 
Current Explicit: None                 Current Delta Sum : None                
Delta Limit     : 1                                                            
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Applied To                       VR     Opr     Base    In-use  Master  Is     
Interface Name                   Id             Pri     Pri     Pri     Master 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ies301backup                     1      Down    100     100     0       No     
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority Control Event Port Down 1/1/1                                         
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority        : 30                   Priority Effect   : Delta               
Hold Set Config : 0 sec                Hold Set Remaining: Expired             
Value In Use    : No                   Current State     : Cleared             
# trans to Set  : 6                    Previous State    : Set-down            
Last Transition : 04/13/2007 04:54:35                                          
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A#

A:ALA-A# show vrrp policy 1 event host-unreachable
===============================================================================
VRRP Policy 1, Event Host Unreachable 10.10.200.252                            
===============================================================================
Description     : 10.10.200.253 reachability                                   
Current Priority: None                 Applied           : No                  
Current Explicit: None                 Current Delta Sum : None                
Delta Limit     : 1                                                            
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Applied To                       VR     Opr     Base    In-use  Master  Is     
Interface Name                   Id             Pri     Pri     Pri     Master 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
None                                                                           
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority Control Event Host Unreachable 10.10.200.252                          
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority        : 20                   Priority Effect   : Delta               
Interval        : 1 sec                Timeout           : 1 sec               
Drop Count      : 3                                                            
Hold Set Config : 0 sec                Hold Set Remaining: Expired             
Value In Use    : No                   Current State     : n/a                 
# trans to Set  : 0                    Previous State    : n/a                 
Last Transition : 04/13/2007 23:10:24                                          
===============================================================================
A:ALA-A#


A:ALA-A# show vrrp policy 1 event route-unknown
===============================================================================
VRRP Policy 1, Event Route Unknown 10.10.100.0/24                              
===============================================================================
Description     : 10.10.200.253 reachability                                   
Current Priority: None                 Applied           : No                  
Current Explicit: None                 Current Delta Sum : None                
Delta Limit     : 1                                                            
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Applied To                       VR     Opr     Base    In-use  Master  Is     
Interface Name                   Id             Pri     Pri     Pri     Master 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
None                                                                           
                                                                               
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority Control Event Route Unknown 10.10.100.0/24                            
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Priority        : 1                    Priority Effect   : Explicit            
Less Specific   : No                   Default Allowed   : No                  
Next Hop(s)     : None                                                         
Protocol(s)     : None                                                         
Hold Set Config : 0 sec                Hold Set Remaining: Expired             
Value In Use    : No                   Current State     : n/a                 
# trans to Set  : 0                    Previous State    : n/a                 
Last Transition : 04/13/2007 23:10:24                                          
===============================================================================
Table 24. Show VRRP Policy Event Output Fields

Label

Description

Description

A text string which describes the VRRP policy

Policy Id

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

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

Current Priority

The base router priority for the virtual router instance used in the master election process

Current Explicit

When multiple explicitly defined events associated with the priority control policy happen simultaneously, the lowest value of all the current explicit priorities will be used as the in-use priority for the virtual router

Applied

The number of virtual router instances to which the policy has been applied; the policy cannot be deleted unless this value is 0

Current Delta Sum

The sum of the priorities of all the delta events when multiple delta events associated with the priority control policy happen simultaneously; this sum is subtracted from the base priority of the virtual router to give the in-use priority

Delta Limit

The delta-in-use-limit for a VRRP policy; once the total sum of all delta events has been calculated and subtracted from the base-priority of the virtual router, the result is compared to the delta-in-use-limit value; if the result is less than this value, the delta-in-use-limit value is used as the virtual router in-use priority value; if an explicit priority control event overrides the delta priority control events, the delta-in-use-limit has no effect

If the delta-in-use-limit is 0, the sum of the delta priority control events to reduce the virtual router's in-use-priority to 0 can prevent it from becoming or staying master

Applied to Interface Name

The interface name where the VRRP policy is applied

VR ID

The virtual router ID for the IP interface

Opr

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

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

Base Pri

The base priority used by the virtual router instance

InUse Priority

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

Master Priority

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

Priority

The base priority used by the virtual router instance

Priority Effect

Delta — a delta priority event is a conditional event defined in a priority control policy that subtracts a given amount from the base priority to give the current in-use priority for the VRRP virtual router instances to which the policy is applied

Explicit — a conditional event defined in a priority control policy that explicitly defines the in-use priority for the VRRP virtual router instances to which the policy is applied

Explicit events override all delta events; when multiple explicit events occur simultaneously, the event with the lowest priority value defines the in-use priority

Current Priority

The configured delta-in-use-limit priority for a VRRP priority control policy or the configured delta or explicit priority for a priority control event

Event Oper State

The operational state of the event

Hold Set Remaining

The amount of time that must pass before the set state for a VRRP priority control event can transition to the cleared state to dampen flapping events

Priority

The base priority used by the virtual router instance

Priority Effect

Delta — the priority-level value is subtracted from the associated virtual router instance’s base priority when the event is set and no explicit events are set; the sum of the priority event priority-level values on all set delta priority events are subtracted from the virtual router base priority to derive the virtual router instance in-use priority value

If the delta priority event is cleared, the priority-level is no longer used in the in-use priority calculation

Explicit — the priority-level value is used to override the base priority of the virtual router instance if the priority event is set and no other explicit priority event is set with a lower priority-level

The set explicit priority value with the lowest priority-level determines the actual in-use protocol value for all virtual router instances associated with the policy

Hold Set Config

The configured number of seconds that the hold-set timer waits after an event enters a set state or enters a higher threshold set state, depending on the event type

Value In Use

Yes — the event is currently affecting the in-use priority of some virtual router

No — the event is not affecting the in-use priority of some virtual router

# trans to Set

The number of times the event has transitioned to one of the 'set' states

Last Transition

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

policy

Syntax

policy [policy-id] association

Context

[Tree] (show>system>security>cpu-protection policy)

[Tree] (show>system>security>dist-cpu-protection policy)

Full Context

show system security cpu-protection policy

show system security dist-cpu-protection policy

Description

This command displays CPU protection policy information.

Parameters

policy-id

Displays CPU protection policy information for the specified policy ID.

association

This keyword displays associations for the specified policy ID.

Platforms

7450 ESS, 7750 SR-7/12/12e, 7750 SR-7s, 7750 SR-14s, 7950 XRS

  • show system security cpu-protection policy

All

  • show system security dist-cpu-protection policy

policy

Syntax

policy policy-assoc-name

Context

[Tree] (show>router>pcep>pcc>pce-assoc policy)

Full Context

show router pcep pcc pce-associations policy

Description

This command displays the policy association information.

If a policy association name is not specified, the information for all configured policy associations is displayed.

Parameters

policy-assoc-name

Specifies the name of the policy association, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of policy association information, and Show Policy Association Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
*A:Dut-C>config>router>mpls>lsp# show router pcep pcc pce-associations policy "test_pol"       
===============================================================================
PCEP PCC Policy Associations Info
===============================================================================
Assocation Name    : test_pol
Association ID     : 10                 Association Source : 192.168.213.59
===============================================================================
Table 25. Show Policy Association Descriptions

Label

Description

Association Name

The policy association name

Association ID

The policy association ID

Association Source

The source IP address of the policy association. Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported.

policy-edits

policy-edits

Syntax

policy-edits

Context

[Tree] (show>router policy-edits)

Full Context

show router policy-edits

Description

This command displays edited policy information that was entered in the classic CLI.

Note:

This command is not available in the MD-CLI.

Platforms

All

policy-test

policy-test

Syntax

policy-test plcy-or-long-expr [ plcy-or-expr [plcy-or-expr...{up tp 14 max}] [family family] [rd rd] prefix ip-prefix/ip-prefix-length [ longer] [neighbor ip-address] [display-rejects] [{detail | brief}] [display-rejects-only] [export] [ protocol protocol]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>bgp policy-test)

Full Context

show router bgp policy-test

Description

This command allows the operator to evaluate existing route policy or chain of route policies or route policy logical expression effects, as a BGP import or export policy, by identifying the routes that would be accepted or rejected after the complete evaluation.

When the policy, list of policies or logical expression is used as a BGP export policy, the export keyword must be included. When the policy is used as a BGP import policy, the export keyword should not be included.

Parameters

plcy-or-long-expr

Specifies up to 14 policy names or a long expression.

Values

policy-name: a policy name, up to 64 characters

long-expr: a long expression, up to 255 characters.

plcy-or-expr

Specifies the policy name or expression.

Values

policy-name: a policy name, up to 64 characters

expr: an expression, up to 64 characters

family

ipv4, ipv6, vpn-ipv4, vpn-ipv6, label-ipv4, label-ipv6.

Default

ipv4

rd

Specifies the route distinguisher value in one of the following formats:

  • ip-addr:comm-val

  • 2byte-asnumber:ext-comm-val

  • 4byte-asnumber:comm-val

ip-prefix/ip-prefix-length

Specifies an IPv4 or IPv6 prefix/mask to be evaluated. The keyword longer may be specified to evaluate longer prefix matches (optional).

ip-address

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 address of a peer from which the BGP routes to be evaluated were sent, up to 64 characters.

longer

Matches prefixes with a longer prefix-length.

display-rejects

Displays routes that were rejected by the policy. If not specified, only a count of rejected routes are shown.

detail

When the policy modifies route attributes, it displays the modifications made to the routes. This command requires an exact prefix to be specified.

brief

Provides a summarized display of the route attributes modifications. This command requires an exact prefix to be specified.

display-rejects-only

Displays only routes rejected by the policy test.

export

Indicates that the policy test is conducted in the context of a BGP export policy. The analyzed set of routes also include non-BGP routes that can be redistributed by BGP.

protocol

Displays routes by the protocol type. This keyword is only applicable when the export keyword is also present.

Platforms

All

Output

The following output is an example of policy test information, and Show Policy Test Field Descriptions describes the output fields.

Output Example
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 0.0.0.0/0 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                            LocalPref   MED
      Nexthop                                            Path-Id     VPNLabel
      As-Path                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 17 Routes rejected : 16
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 prefix 0.0.0.0/0 longer neighbor 
220.0.0.2 
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 17 Routes rejected : 16
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 0.0.0.0/0 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 display-rejects brief
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  2.2.2.2/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.1/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.2/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.3/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.4/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.5/32                                                      
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  6.0.0.1/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  7.0.0.1/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>i  10.0.4.0/24                                                     
Rejected by Default action            
*i    10.12.0.0/24                                                    
Rejected by Default action  
*i    10.14.0.0/24                                                    
Rejected by Default action  
u*>i  10.24.0.0/24                                                    
Rejected by Default action  
*i    12.12.12.12/32                                                  
Rejected by Default action  
*i    220.0.0.2/32                                                    
Rejected by Default action  
*i    220.0.0.3/32                                                    
Rejected by Default action  
u*>i  221.0.0.2/32                                                    
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 17 Routes rejected : 16
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 prefix 0.0.0.0/0 longer neighbor 
220.0.0.2 display-rejects
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                            LocalPref   MED
      Nexthop                                            Path-Id     VPNLabel
      As-Path                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  2.2.2.2/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.1/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.2/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.3/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.4/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.5/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  6.0.0.1/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  7.0.0.1/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>i  10.0.4.0/24                                        None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
*i    10.12.0.0/24                                       None        20
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
*i    10.14.0.0/24                                       None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>i  10.24.0.0/24                                       None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
*i    12.12.12.12/32                                     None        20
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
*i    220.0.0.2/32                                       None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
*i    220.0.0.3/32                                       None        10
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>i  221.0.0.2/32                                       None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 17 Routes rejected : 16
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 prefix 4.0.0.1/32 detail neighbor 
220.0.0.2 display-rejects
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup

===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Rejected by Default action  
Network        : 4.0.0.1/32
Nexthop        : 220.0.0.2
Path Id        : None                   
From           : 220.0.0.2
Res. Nexthop   : 10.14.0.4
Local Pref.    : None                   Interface Name : to-sim-6
Aggregator AS  : None                   Aggregator     : None
Atomic Aggr.   : Not Atomic             MED            : None
AIGP Metric    : None                   
Connector      : None
Community      : target:65530:20
Cluster        : No Cluster Members
Originator Id  : None                   Peer Router Id : 14.14.14.10
Fwd Class      : None                   Priority       : None
Flags          : Used  Valid  Best  Incomplete  
Route Source   : External               
AS-Path        : 14 
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 1 Routes rejected : 1
===============================================================================

A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.6/32 
neighbor 220.0.0.2 
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Accepted by Policy 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Original Attributes
 
Network        : 4.0.0.6/32
Nexthop        : 220.0.0.2
Path Id        : None                   
From           : 220.0.0.2
Res. Nexthop   : 10.14.0.4
Local Pref.    : n/a                    Interface Name : to-sim-6
Aggregator AS  : None                   Aggregator     : None
Atomic Aggr.   : Not Atomic             MED            : None
AIGP Metric    : None                   
Connector      : None                 
Community      : target:65530:20
Cluster        : No Cluster Members
Originator Id  : None                   Peer Router Id : 14.14.14.10
Fwd Class      : None                   Priority       : None
Flags          : Used  Valid  Best  Incomplete  
Route Source   : External               
AS-Path        : 14 
 
Modified Attributes
 
Network        : 4.0.0.6/32
Nexthop        : 220.0.0.2
Path Id        : None                   
From           : 220.0.0.2
Res. Nexthop   : 10.14.0.4
Local Pref.    : None                   Interface Name : to-sim-6
Aggregator AS  : None                   Aggregator     : None
Atomic Aggr.   : Not Atomic             MED            : None
AIGP Metric    : None                   
Connector      : None
Community      : 2:11  2:12  2:13  target:65530:20
Cluster        : No Cluster Members
Originator Id  : None                   Peer Router Id : 14.14.14.10
Fwd Class      : None                   Priority       : None
Flags          : Used  Valid  Best  Incomplete  
Route Source   : External               
AS-Path        : 14 
 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routes : 1
===============================================================================

A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.6/32 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                            LocalPref   MED
      Nexthop                                            Path-Id     VPNLabel
      As-Path                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routes : 1
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.6/32 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 detail
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routes : 1
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.0/24 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 brief
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 6 Routes rejected : 5
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.0/24 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 display-rejects detail
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup

===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.1/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.2/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.3/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.4/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.5/32                                                      
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 6 Routes rejected : 5
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.0/24 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 display-rejects
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                            LocalPref   MED
      Nexthop                                            Path-Id     VPNLabel
      As-Path                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.1/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.2/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.3/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.4/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.5/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 6 Routes rejected : 5
===============================================================================
A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.0/24 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 display-rejects brief
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup

===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.1/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.2/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.3/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.4/32                                                      
Rejected by Default action  
u*>?  4.0.0.5/32                                                      
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                                      
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 6 Routes rejected : 5
===============================================================================

A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix6 family ipv4 prefix 4.0.0.0/24 
longer neighbor 220.0.0.2 
===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup
===============================================================================
BGP IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                            LocalPref   MED
      Nexthop                                            Path-Id     VPNLabel
      As-Path                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>?  4.0.0.6/32                                         None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        -
      14                                                              
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 6 Routes rejected : 5


A:sim-1# show router bgp policy-test bgpprefix44rj family vpn-ipv4 prefix 0.0.0.0/0 
longer neighbor display-rejects

===============================================================================
 BGP Router ID:11.11.11.10      AS:11          Local AS:11         
===============================================================================
 Legend -
 Status codes  : u - used, s - suppressed, h - history, d - decayed, * - valid
 Origin codes  : i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete, > - best, b - backup

===============================================================================
BGP VPN-IPv4 Routes
===============================================================================
Flag  Network                                            LocalPref   MED
      Nexthop                                            Path-Id     VPNLabel
      As-Path                                                        
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  1:30:192.14.15.0/24                                None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131069
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:8.0.0.1/32                                None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:10.0.3.0/24                               None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14 101                                                          
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:10.13.0.0/24                              None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14 101                                                          
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:10.23.0.0/24                              None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14 101                                                          
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:13.13.13.13/32                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14 101                                                          
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:20.20.20.5/32                             None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:20.20.20.6/32                             None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Rejected by Policy Entry = 10 
u*>i  65530:20:44.44.44.0/24                             None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14 101                                                          
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.15.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.16.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.17.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.18.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.19.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.20.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.21.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.22.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.23.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy                    
u*>i  65530:20:192.14.25.0/24                            None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  65530:20:196.34.0.0/24                             None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131070
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  220.0.0.2:50:192.50.50.0/24                        None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131067
      14                                                              
Accepted by Policy 
u*>i  220.0.0.2:50:220.0.0.2/32                          None        None
      220.0.0.2                                          None        131067
      14                                                              
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Total Routes : 22 Routes rejected : 1
===============================================================================

Table 26. Show Policy Test Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Status codes

Codes used for used, suppressed, history, decayed or valid status

Origin codes

Codes used for IGP, EGP, incomplete, best or backup origin

Flag

Indicator for network, nexthop or as-path routes

pool

pool

Syntax

pool pool-name

Context

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>dhcp>server pool)

[Tree] (tools>perform>router>dhcp6>server pool)

Full Context

tools perform router dhcp local-dhcp-server pool

tools perform router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server pool

Description

This command performs local DHCP or DHCP6 server IP address pool tasks.

Parameters

pool-name

Specifies the pool name.

Platforms

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

pool

Syntax

pool pool-name

pool

Context

[Tree] (show>router>nat pool)

Full Context

show router nat pool

Description

This command displays NAT pool information.

Parameters

pool-name

Specifies the pool name, up to 32 characters.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of this command.

Output Example
show router nat pool
===============================================================================
NAT pools
===============================================================================
Pool NAT-group Type Admin-state
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MyPool 1 l2Aware inService
MyPool2 1 l2Aware inService
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of pools: 2
===============================================================================


*A:SR12_PPPOE>show>router>nat# show router "Base" nat pool "privpool" 
===============================================================================
NAT Pool privpool
===============================================================================
ISA NAT Group                         : 3
Pool type                             : largeScale
Admin state                           : inService
Mode                                  : auto (napt)
Port forwarding range                 : 1 - 1023
Port reservation                      : 128 blocks
Block usage High Watermark (%)        : (Not Specified)
Block usage Low Watermark (%)         : (Not Specified)
Subscriber limit per IP address       : 65535
Active                                : true
Last Mgmt Change                      : 01/28/2012 14:47:59
===============================================================================
NAT address ranges of pool privpool
===============================================================================
Range                                                          Drain Num-blk
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.0.5 - 10.0.0.6                                                  1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of ranges: 1
===============================================================================
NAT members of pool privpool ISA NAT group 3
===============================================================================
Member                                                        Block-Usage-% Hi
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1                                                             < 1           N
2                                                             < 1           N
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. of members: 2
===============================================================================
A:SR12_PPPOE#

pool-ext-stats

pool-ext-stats

Syntax

pool-ext-stats [pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp>server pool-ext-stats)

Full Context

show router dhcp local-dhcp-server pool-ext-stats

Description

This command displays extended statistics per DHCPv4 pool in local DHCPv4 server.

The following statistics are included in output:

  • The number of stable leases in the pool

  • The number of provisioned address in the pool

  • The number of used address in the pool

  • The number of free address in the pool

  • The percentage of used address

  • The percentage of free address

For each statistic (except for provisioned addresses), there is current value and peak value, peak value is the highest value since pool creation or last reset via the clear router rt-id dhcp local-dhcp-server svr-name pool-ext-stats command.

Parameters

pool-name

Specifies the name of DHCPv4 local server pool.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of pool extended statistics information.

Output Example
show router 500 dhcp local-dhcp-server "d4" pool-ext-stats "pool-1" 
===============================================================================
Extended pool statistics for server "d4"
===============================================================================
                           Current         Peak            TimeStamp
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pool                       pool-1
Local:
  Stable Leases            0               0               01/07/2013 19:07:11
  Provisioned Addresses    101                             
  Used Addresses           0               0               01/07/2013 19:07:11
  Free Addresses           101             101             01/07/2013 19:07:11
  Used Pct                 0               0               01/07/2013 19:07:11
  Free Pct                 100             100             01/07/2013 19:07:11
Last Reset Time                                            01/07/2013 19:07:11
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of entries          1
===============================================================================

Extended Pool Statistics Field Descriptions describes extended pool statistics output fields.

Table 27. Extended Pool Statistics Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Current

The current pool statistics

Peak

The peak value since the last reset

Timestamp

The date and time of the last reset

Pool

The pool name

Stable Leases

The number of stable leases in the pool

Provisioned Addresses

The number of provisioned addresses in the pool

Used Addressed

The number of used addresses in the pool

Free Addresses

The number of free addresses in the pool

Used Pct

The percentage of subnets in use in the pool

Free Pct

The percentage of unused subnets in the pool

Last Reset Time

The date and time of the last reset in the pool

Number of entries

The total number of entries

pool-ext-stats

Syntax

pool-ext-stats [pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp6>server pool-ext-stats)

Full Context

show router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server pool-ext-stats

Description

This command displays extended statistics per DHCPv6 pool in local DHCPv6 server.

The following statistics are included in output:

  • The number of stable leases in the pool

  • The number of provisioned /64 address block in the pool

  • The number of used /64 address block in the pool

  • The number of free /64 address block in the pool

  • The percentage of used address (with /64 address block)

  • The percentage of free address (with /64 address block)

For each statistic (except for Provisioned Addresses), there is current value and peak value, peak value is the highest value since pool creation or last reset via command "clear router <rt-id> dhcp6 local-dhcp-server <svr-name> pool-ext-stats”.

Parameters

pool-name

Specifies the name of DHCPv6 local server pool.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of subnet statistics information.

Output Example
show router 500 dhcp6 local-dhcp-server "d6" pool-ext-stats "pool-v6" 
===============================================================================
Extended pool statistics for server "d6"
===============================================================================
                           Current         Peak            TimeStamp
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pool                       pool-v6
Local:
  Stable Leases            0               0               01/07/2013 19:54:52
  Provisioned Blks         4                               
  Used Blks                0               0               01/07/2013 19:54:52
  Free Blks                4               4               01/07/2013 19:54:52
  Used Pct                 0               0               01/07/2013 19:54:52
  Free Pct                 100             100             01/07/2013 19:54:52
Last Reset Time                                            01/07/2013 19:54:52
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of entries          1
===============================================================================

DHCP6 Pool Ext Stats Field Descriptions describes DHCP6 extended pool statistics output fields.

Table 28. DHCP6 Pool Ext Stats Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Current

The current pool statistics

Peak

The peak value since the last reset

TimeStamp

The date and time of the last reset

Pool

The pool name

Stable Leases

The number of stable leases

Provisioned Blks

The number of provisioned blocks in this pool

Free Blks

The number of free blocks in this pool

Used Pct

The percentage of extended statistics in use

Free Pct

The percentage of /64 blocks currently unused

Last Reset Time

The date and time of the last reset

Number of entries

The total number of entries

pool-ext-stats

Syntax

pool-ext-stats [pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp6>server pool-ext-stats)

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp>server pool-ext-stats)

Full Context

clear router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server pool-ext-stats

clear router dhcp local-dhcp-server pool-ext-stats

Description

This command clears extended pool statistics.

Parameters

pool-name

Clears information about the pool name.

Platforms

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

pool-stats

pool-stats

Syntax

pool-stats [pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp6>server pool-stats)

Full Context

show router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server pool-stats

Description

This command displays pool statistics.

Parameters

pool-name

Specifies the name of DHCPv6 local server pool.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of pool statistics information.

Output Example
*A:vsim-2# show router 500 dhcp6 local-dhcp-server "d6" pool-stats 
===============================================================================
DHCPv6 server pool statistics
===============================================================================
Pool                          : v6-1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dropped Int no prefix WAN     : 0
Dropped Int no prefix SLAAC   : 0
===============================================================================
*A:vsim-2#  
*A:vsim-2# show router 500 dhcp local-dhcp-server "d4" failover-
failover-pool-stats     failover-server-stats
*A:vsim-2# show router 500 dhcp local-dhcp-server "d4" failover-pool-stats 
==================================================================
Failover config for pool         v4-1
==================================================================
Failover Admin State             inService
Failover Oper State              normal
Failover Persist Key             0xFFFFFFFF
Administrative MCLT              0h10m0s
Operational MCLT                 0h10m0s
Startup Wait Time                0h2m0s
Partner Down Delay               23h59m59s
  Ignore MCLT                    disabled
Failover statistics for pool     v4-1
------------------------------------------------------------------
Dropped Invalid Packets          0
Failover Shutdown                0
Lease Already Expired            0
Maximum Lease Count Reached      0
Subnet Not Found                 0
Range Not Found                  0
Host Conflict                    0
Address Conflict                 0
Peer Conflict                    0
Persistence Congestion           0    
No Lease Hold Time Configured    0
Lease Not Found                  0
------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of pools found            1
==================================================================
*A:vsim-2# 

Failover Pool Statistics Field Descriptions describes pool statistics output field descriptions.

Table 29. Failover Pool Statistics Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Failover Admin State

Identifiers the failover state of the DHCP server instance

inService — The failover admin state is in service

outOfService — The failover admin state is out of service

Failover Oper State

The operational state of a DHCP server instance

Failover Persist Key

The maximum amount of time that one server can extend a lease for a client's binding beyond the time known by the partner server

Administrative MCLT

The administrative Maximum Client Lead Time (MCLT)

Operational MCLT

Indicates the operational MCLT

Startup Wait Time

The startup wait time. The startup wait time is the time that one IP address pool attempts to contact the partner IP address pool. During this time, the IP address pool is unresponsive to DHCP client requests.

Partner Down Delay

The minimum safe-time after the beginning of COMMUNICATIONS-INTERRUPTED state.

After the expiry of this time, the server enters the PARTNER-DOWN state.

Ignore McLT

The ignore McLT status. If, after the transition COMMUNICATIONS-INTERRUPTED-to-PARTNER-DOWN state, the DHCP server instance ignores the safety period with a duration of Maximum Client Lead Time; a 'true’ value has the effect that the DHCP server starts offering IP addresses from the partner's scope immediately after this transition, without waiting for existing leases allocated by the partner and not known by this system to time out.

A 'true’ value increases the risk that duplicate addresses are offered; if the transition to PARTNER-DOWN state is likely to be caused by a failure of the partner system rather than a communications problem, this risk is reduced.

Failover statistics for pool

The failover statistics for each pool

Dropped Invalid Packets

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because the packet was malformed

Failover Shutdown

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because the failover state if the DHCP server instance is shut down

Lease Already Expired

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because the corresponding lease has expired

Maximum Lease Count Reached

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because the maximum number of leases were reached

Subnet Not Found

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because a valid subnet could not be found for the lease

Range Not Found

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because a valid include range could not be found for the lease.

Host Conflict

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because this DHCP server instance has already leased this address to another host

Address Conflict

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because this DHCP server instance has already leased another address to this host

Peer Conflict

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because the failover peer has leased an address within a subnet range of which the failover control is set to local on this local DHCP server instance

Persist Congestion

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because of persistence congestion on this DHCP server instance

No Lease Hold Time Configured

The number of BNDUPD packets that were dropped because the lease hold time is zero on this DHCP server instance

Lease Not Found

The number of Binding Database Update (BNDUPD) remove packets were dropped because the corresponding lease could not be found.

Number of pools found

The total number of pools found

pool-threshold-stats

pool-threshold-stats

Syntax

pool-threshold-stats [pool-name] detail [ format {exact | scientific}]

pool-threshold-stats [pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (show>router>dhcp6>server pool-threshold-stats)

Full Context

show router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server pool-threshold-stats

Description

This commands displays pool level threshold stats of local DHCPv6 server. A minimum-free threshold needs to be configured before system collects threshold stats for the prefix.

The stats for each threshold are calculated based on the configured minimum-free prefix length.

For example, a /59 prefix is provision in the local DHCPv6 server, and the server allocated two PD leases, one /62 and one /63. And there is a /63 minimum threshold configured. The threshold stats are calculated based on /63 as the base unit (block). Then the value of current used block would be 3 because there is one /62 lease and one /63 lease, that equals to a total of three /63.

Parameters

pool-name

Specifies the name of the pool in local DHCPv6 server.

detail

Displays detailed output.

format

Specifies the format in the display to be either exact or scientific.

Platforms

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

Output

The following output is an example of pool threshold statistics information.

Output Example
show router 500 dhcp6 local-dhcp-server "d6" pool-threshold-stats "1" 
===============================================================================
Server "d6"
===============================================================================
  Operational state         : inService
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pool                        : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Stable leases             : 2
  Advertised leases         : 0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Threshold   Used   Peak   Too low   Depleted   Peak timestamp
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  /62         25%    25%    N         N          01/21/2015 21:52:12
  /63         19%    19%    N         N          01/21/2015 21:52:12

The command shown above displays an overview of pool level thresholds in the specified pool:

  • The Peak field indicates the peak value of used

  • The Too low field indicate if the configured minimum-free threshold is exceeded

  • The Depleted field indicate if there is no available prefix with the length in the provisioned prefix

  • The Peak timestamp field indicates the time of peak used value


show router 500 dhcp6 local-dhcp-server "d6" pool-threshold-stats "1" detail 
===============================================================================
Server "d6"
===============================================================================
  Operational state         : inService
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pool                        : 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Stable leases             : 2
  Advertised leases         : 0
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Threshold                 : /62
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Current Provisioned Blks  : 8.000000x10^0
  Current Used Blks         : 2.000000x10^0
  Current Free Blks         : 6.000000x10^0
  Current Used Percent      : 25%
  Current Used Peak Blks    : 2.000000x10^0
  Current Used Peak Percent : 25%
  Current Used Peak Time    : 01/21/2015 21:52:12
  Current Free Percent      : 75%
  Current Free Too Low      : N
  Current Free Depleted     : N
  Local Provisioned Blks    : 8.000000x10^0
  Local Used Blks           : 2.000000x10^0
  Local Free Blks           : 6.000000x10^0
  Local Used Peak Blks      : 2.000000x10^0
  Local Used Peak Percent   : 25%
  Local Used Peak Time      : 01/21/2015 21:52:12
  Remote Provisioned Blks   : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Used Blks          : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Free Blks          : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Used Peak Blks     : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Used Peak Percent  : 0%
  Remote Used Peak Time     : 01/21/2015 21:47:39
  Peak Reset Time           : 01/21/2015 21:47:39
  Valid Data                : Y
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Threshold                 : /63
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Current Provisioned Blks  : 1.600000x10^1
  Current Used Blks         : 3.000000x10^0
  Current Free Blks         : 1.300000x10^1
  Current Used Percent      : 19%
  Current Used Peak Blks    : 3.000000x10^0
  Current Used Peak Percent : 19%
  Current Used Peak Time    : 01/21/2015 21:52:12
  Current Free Percent      : 81%
  Current Free Too Low      : N
  Current Free Depleted     : N       
  Local Provisioned Blks    : 1.600000x10^1
  Local Used Blks           : 3.000000x10^0
  Local Free Blks           : 1.300000x10^1
  Local Used Peak Blks      : 3.000000x10^0
  Local Used Peak Percent   : 19%
  Local Used Peak Time      : 01/21/2015 21:52:12
  Remote Provisioned Blks   : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Used Blks          : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Free Blks          : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Used Peak Blks     : 0.000000x10^0
  Remote Used Peak Percent  : 0%
  Remote Used Peak Time     : 01/21/2015 21:47:39
  Peak Reset Time           : 01/21/2015 21:47:39
  Valid Data                : Y

The above command displays detailed statistics of all pool level thresholds in the specified pool:

  • Blks in the output means the minimum free prefix length.

  • Valid Data output indicates whether the data you see is valid or not. The data is invalid when a background stats update is scheduled or busy.

Pool Threshold Statistics Field Descriptions describes pool threshold statistics output fields.

Table 30. Pool Threshold Statistics Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Operational state

The operational state of the local DHCP server instance

unknown — The operational state is unknown

inService — The operational state is in service

outOfService — The operational state is out of service

transition — The operational state is in transition

waitPersistence — The DHCP server instance is waiting for a persistence action to complete.

Pool

The pool ID

Stable Leases

The number of stable leases

Advertised leases

The number of advertised leases

Threshold

The prefix level threshold

Current Provisioned Blks

The number of provisioned blocks in this pool

Current Used Blks

The number of used blocks in this pool

Current Free Blks

The number of free blocks in this pool

Current Used Percent

The percentage of used prefixes with the minimum free threshold length in the pool compared to the number of provisioned prefixes

Current Used Peak Blks

A 64-bit word of the peak value of the number of used blocks in the pool with a prefix length

Current Used Peak Percent

The peak value of the number of used prefixes with the minimum free threshold length in the pool as a percentage of the provisioned prefixes. This depends on the current failover state of the DHCP server or pool

Current Used Peak Time

The time at which the peak value of the number of used prefixes in the pool was reached

Current Free Percent

The percentage of free prefixes with the minimum free threshold length in the pool compared to the number of provisioned prefixes. This depends on the current failover state of the DHCP server or pool

Current Free Too Low

The number of free prefixes with the minimum free threshold length available in the pool that is below the configured number of prefixes with the minimum free threshold length

Current Free Depleted

The number of prefixes with the minimum free threshold length available in the pool

Local Provisioned Blks

A 64-bit word of the number of provisioned prefixes with the minimum free threshold length local in the pool

Local Used Blks

A 64-bit word of the number of used prefixes with the minimum free threshold length local in the pool

Local Free Blks

A 64-bit word of the number of free prefixes with the minimum free threshold length local in the pool

Local Used Peak Blks

A 64-bit word of the peak value of the number of used prefixes with the minimum free threshold length local in the pool

Local Used Peak Percent

The peak value of the number of used prefixes with the minimum free threshold length local in the pool as a percentage of the provisioned prefixes

Local Used Peak Time

The time at which the peak value of the number of used prefixes local in the pool was reached

Remote Provisioned Blks

A 64-bit word of the number of provisioned prefixes with the minimum free threshold length remote in the pool

Remote Used Blks

A 64-bit word of the number of used prefixes with the minimum free threshold length remote in the pool

Remote Free Blks

A 64-bit word of the number of free prefixes with the minimum free threshold length remote in the pool

pool-threshold-stats

Syntax

pool-threshold-stats [pool-name]

Context

[Tree] (clear>router>dhcp6>server pool-threshold-stats)

Full Context

clear router dhcp6 local-dhcp-server pool-threshold-stats

Description

This commands resets the peak stats in the pool level threshold stats in the specified pool. If the pool name is not specified, then the peak stats in all pools in the server are reset.

Parameters

pool-name

Clears information about the specified local DHCPv6 server pool.

Platforms

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

pools

pools

Syntax

pools mda-id[/port]

pools mda-id[/port] access-app [pool-name]

pools mda-id[/port] access-app [service service-id]

pools mda-id[/port] access-app queue-group queue-group-name [instance instance-id]

pools mda-id[/port] network-egress [pool-name]

pools mda-id[/port] network-egress queue-group queue-group-name [instance instance-id]

pools mda-id[/port] [ direction [{pool-name | service service-id | queue-group queue-group-name} [instance instance-id]]]

pools slot-number

pools slot-number fp fp-number

pools slot-number fp fp-number app-ingress

Context

[Tree] (show pools)

Full Context

show pools

Description

This command displays pool information.

Parameters

mda-id[/port]

Displays the pool information of the specified MDA and port.

Values

slot/mda[/port]

access-app

Specifies the pool application as either access ingress or egress.

Values

access-ingress, access-egress