platform

platform
+  chassis
   -  clei-code string
   -  failure-reason string
   -  hw-mac-address string
   -  last-boot-type string
   -  last-booted string
   -  last-change string
   -  manufactured-date string
   -  oper-state keyword
   -  part-number string
   +  power
      -  control
         -  allocated number
         -  peak number
         -  used number
      -  fabric
         -  allocated number
         -  peak number
         -  used number
      -  fan-tray
         -  allocated number
         -  peak number
         -  used number
      -  linecard
         -  allocated number
         -  peak number
         -  used number
      -  total
         -  allocated number
         -  capacity number
         -  peak number
         -  used number
   -  removable boolean
   -  serial-number string
   -  slots number
   -  type string
-  control slot string
   -  cgroup name string
      -  cpuacct-statistics
         -  system number
         -  user number
      -  memory-statistics
         -  anon number
         -  anon-thp number
         -  current number
         -  current-swap number
         -  file number
         -  file-dirty number
         -  file-writeback number
         -  kernel-stack number
         -  memory-events
            -  high number
            -  low number
            -  max number
            -  oom number
            -  oom_kill number
         -  slab number
         -  sock number
   -  clei-code string
   -  cpu index (keyword | number)
      -  architecture keyword
      -  hardware-interrupt
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  idle
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  iowait
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  nice
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  software-interrupt
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  speed decimal-number
      -  system
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  total
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
      -  type string
      -  user
         -  average-1 number
         -  average-15 number
         -  average-5 number
         -  instant number
   -  disk name string
      -  model-number string
      -  partition name string
         -  free number
         -  mount-point string
         -  mount-status keyword
         -  percent-used number
         -  size number
         -  used number
         -  uuid string
      -  serial-number string
      -  size number
      -  statistics
         -  read-per-second decimal-number
         -  transfers-per-second decimal-number
         -  utilization number
         -  written-per-second decimal-number
      -  type keyword
   -  failure-reason string
   -  last-booted string
   -  last-change string
   -  locator-state keyword
   -  manufactured-date string
   -  memory
      -  free number
      -  physical number
      -  reserved number
      -  utilization number
   -  oper-state keyword
   -  part-number string
   -  power
      -  allocated-power number
      -  used-power number
   -  process pid number
      -  args string
      -  cpu-utilization number
      -  memory-usage number
      -  memory-utilization number
      -  name string
      -  start-time string
   -  removable boolean
   -  role keyword
   -  serial-number string
   -  software-version string
   -  temperature
      -  alarm-status boolean
      -  instant number
      -  margin number
   -  type string
+  fabric slot number
   +  admin-state keyword
   -  clei-code string
   -  failure-reason string
   -  last-booted string
   -  last-change string
   -  locator-state keyword
   -  manufactured-date string
   -  oper-state keyword
   -  part-number string
   -  power
      -  allocated-power number
      -  used-power number
   -  removable boolean
   -  serial-number string
   -  temperature
      -  alarm-status boolean
      -  instant number
      -  margin number
   -  type string
-  fan-tray id number
   -  clei-code string
   -  failure-reason string
   -  last-booted string
   -  last-change string
   -  locator-state keyword
   -  manufactured-date string
   -  oper-reason keyword
   -  oper-state keyword
   -  part-number string
   -  power
      -  allocated-power number
      -  used-power number
   -  removable boolean
   -  serial-number string
   -  speed number
   -  type string
+  linecard slot number
   +  admin-state keyword
   -  clei-code string
   -  failure-reason string
   +  forwarding-complex name keyword
      -  acl
         -  resource name identityref
            -  free number
            -  used number
      +  buffer-memory
         -  dram
            -  used number
         -  free number
         -  reserved number
         -  sram
            -  free number
            -  used number
         -  used number
      -  datapath
         -  asic
            -  resource name identityref
               -  free-entries number
               -  used-entries number
               -  used-percent number
         -  xdp
            -  resource name identityref
               -  free-entries number
               -  used-entries number
               -  used-percent number
      +  fabric
         -  availability number
         -  utilization-egress number
         -  utilization-ingress number
      -  mtu
         -  resource name identityref
            -  free number
            -  used number
      +  pipeline index number
         -  datapath
            -  xdp
               -  resource name identityref
                  -  free-entries number
                  -  used-entries number
                  -  used-percent number
      -  qos
         -  resource name identityref
            -  free number
            -  used number
      -  tcam
         -  resource name identityref
            -  free number
            -  programmed number
            -  reserved number
   -  last-booted string
   -  last-change string
   -  locator-state keyword
   -  manufactured-date string
   -  oper-state keyword
   -  part-number string
   -  power
      -  allocated-power number
      -  used-power number
   -  removable boolean
   -  serial-number string
   -  software-version string
   -  temperature
      -  alarm-status boolean
      -  instant number
      -  margin number
   -  type string
-  power-supply id number
   -  capacity number
   -  clei-code string
   -  failure-reason string
   -  input
      -  current decimal-number
      -  power decimal-number
      -  voltage decimal-number
   -  last-booted string
   -  last-change string
   -  manufactured-date string
   -  oper-reason keyword
   -  oper-state keyword
   -  part-number string
   -  removable boolean
   -  serial-number string
   -  temperature
      -  alarm-status boolean
      -  instant number
   -  type string
+  redundancy
   -  active-module keyword
   -  failover-time string
   +  synchronization
      -  last-synchronization string
      +  overlay
         -  last-synchronization string
         -  next-synchronization string
         +  synchronization-frequency number
      -  state keyword
+  resource-management
   +  tcam
   +  unified-forwarding-resources
      -  allocated-extra-ip-host-entries number
      -  allocated-extra-mac-entries number
      +  alpm keyword
      +  ipv6-128bit-lpm-entries number
      +  requested-extra-ip-host-entries number
      -  xdp-restart-required boolean
+  resource-monitoring
   +  acl
      +  resource name identityref
         +  falling-threshold-log number
         +  rising-threshold-log number
   +  datapath
      +  asic
         +  resource name identityref
            +  falling-threshold-log number
            +  rising-threshold-log number
      +  xdp
         +  resource name identityref
            +  falling-threshold-log number
            +  rising-threshold-log number
   +  mtu
      +  resource name identityref
         +  falling-threshold-log number
         +  rising-threshold-log number
   +  qos
      +  resource name identityref
         +  falling-threshold-log number
         +  rising-threshold-log number
   +  tcam
      +  resource name identityref
         +  falling-threshold-log number
         +  rising-threshold-log number

platform Descriptions

platform

Description Enclosing container for platform components
Contextplatform
Treeplatform
ConfigurableTrue

chassis

Description Top-level container for chassis configuration and state
Contextplatform chassis
Treechassis
ConfigurableTrue

failure-reason string

Description

The reason the component transitioned to a failed state

Field is empty if the component is not currently in a failure state

Contextplatform chassis failure-reason string
Treefailure-reason
ConfigurableFalse

last-boot-type string

Description

The type of boot the chassis initialized from

This field indicates what type of reboot occurred, whether it be warm, normal, or otherwise.

Contextplatform chassis last-boot-type string
Treelast-boot-type
ConfigurableFalse

last-booted string

Description

The date and time this component last booted

For components that do not boot, this is the time the component was last discovered by the active control module

Contextplatform chassis last-booted string
Treelast-booted
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

oper-state keyword

Description The operational state of this component
Contextplatform chassis oper-state keyword
Treeoper-state
Options
  • up

    Component or process is operational

  • down

    Component or process is not operational

  • empty

    Component slot is empty

  • downloading

    Component is downloading image into memory

  • booting

    Component is booting downloaded image

  • starting

    Component image operational, application processes starting

  • failed

    Component or process has failed

  • synchronizing

    Component is currently being synchronized

  • upgrading

    Component is currently being upgraded

  • low-power

    Component is offline due to insufficient system power

  • degraded

    Component or process is in a degraded state

  • warm-reboot

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting This state is set during a warm reboot immediately following initiation of the reboot, continuing after startup until the system has completed audit. In this state the system will not accept configuration changes.

ConfigurableFalse

control

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for power usage of control modules
Contextplatform chassis power control
Treecontrol
ConfigurableFalse

peak number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionPeak power used
Contextplatform chassis power control peak number
Treepeak
ConfigurableFalse

used number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionUsed power
Contextplatform chassis power control used number
Treeused
ConfigurableFalse

fabric

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for power usage of fabric modules
Contextplatform chassis power fabric
Treefabric
ConfigurableFalse

peak number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionPeak power used
Contextplatform chassis power fabric peak number
Treepeak
ConfigurableFalse

used number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionUsed power
Contextplatform chassis power fabric used number
Treeused
ConfigurableFalse

fan-tray

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for power usage of fan-trays
Contextplatform chassis power fan-tray
Treefan-tray
ConfigurableFalse

peak number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionPeak power used
Contextplatform chassis power fan-tray peak number
Treepeak
ConfigurableFalse

used number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionUsed power
Contextplatform chassis power fan-tray used number
Treeused
ConfigurableFalse

linecard

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for power usage of linecard modules
Contextplatform chassis power linecard
Treelinecard
ConfigurableFalse

peak number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionPeak power used
Contextplatform chassis power linecard peak number
Treepeak
ConfigurableFalse

used number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionUsed power
Contextplatform chassis power linecard used number
Treeused
ConfigurableFalse

slots number

Description The number of line card slots supported by the chassis
Contextplatform chassis slots number
Treeslots
ConfigurableFalse

control slot string

Description Top-level container for control module configuration and state
Contextplatform control slot string
Treecontrol
ConfigurableFalse

slot string

Description

Slot identifier for the control module

This is set to 'A' for systems without removable control modules.

Contextplatform control slot string
ConfigurableFalse

name string

Description Name of the cgroup, as defined by its directory location in the filesystem
Contextplatform control slot string cgroup name string
ConfigurableFalse

index (keyword | number)

Description

CPU index for each processor core on the system

On a single-core system, the index should be zero. The 'all' index signifies an aggregation of the CPU utilization statistics over all cores in the system.

Contextplatform control slot string cpu index (keyword | number)
Options
  • all

    Index value indicating all CPUs in the system

ConfigurableFalse

speed decimal-number

Description Capable speed of the CPU
Context platform control slot string cpu index (keyword | number) speed decimal-number
Treespeed
Unitsgigahertz
ConfigurableFalse

system

Description

Time spent executing at the system level

This can otherwise be known as kernel time, and does not include time spent servicing hardware and software interrupts.

Contextplatform control slot string cpu index (keyword | number) system
Treesystem
ConfigurableFalse

user

Description

Time spent executing at the user level

This can otherwise be known as application or user space time.

Contextplatform control slot string cpu index (keyword | number) user
Treeuser
ConfigurableFalse

name string

Description Name of the disk, as defined by its physical location in the system
Contextplatform control slot string disk name string
ConfigurableFalse

transfers-per-second decimal-number

Description Indicates the number of transfers per second that were issued to the device A transfer is an I/O request to the device. Multiple logical requests can be combined into a single I/O request to the device. A transfer is of indeterminate size.
Contextplatform control slot string disk name string statistics transfers-per-second decimal-number
Treetransfers-per-second
ConfigurableFalse

failure-reason string

Description

The reason the component transitioned to a failed state

Field is empty if the component is not currently in a failure state

Contextplatform control slot string failure-reason string
Treefailure-reason
ConfigurableFalse

last-booted string

Description

The date and time this component last booted

For components that do not boot, this is the time the component was last discovered by the active control module

Contextplatform control slot string last-booted string
Treelast-booted
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

locator-state keyword

Description Details if the locator LED is active on this component
Contextplatform control slot string locator-state keyword
Treelocator-state
Defaultinactive
Options
  • active

    Locator LED is currently active

  • inactive

    Locator LED is currently inactive

ConfigurableFalse

oper-state keyword

Description The operational state of this component
Contextplatform control slot string oper-state keyword
Treeoper-state
Options
  • up

    Component or process is operational

  • down

    Component or process is not operational

  • empty

    Component slot is empty

  • downloading

    Component is downloading image into memory

  • booting

    Component is booting downloaded image

  • starting

    Component image operational, application processes starting

  • failed

    Component or process has failed

  • synchronizing

    Component is currently being synchronized

  • upgrading

    Component is currently being upgraded

  • low-power

    Component is offline due to insufficient system power

  • degraded

    Component or process is in a degraded state

  • warm-reboot

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting This state is set during a warm reboot immediately following initiation of the reboot, continuing after startup until the system has completed audit. In this state the system will not accept configuration changes.

ConfigurableFalse

power

Description State related to power consumption and allocation for this component
Contextplatform control slot string power
Treepower
ConfigurableFalse

allocated-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power budget allocated to this component
Contextplatform control slot string power allocated-power number
Treeallocated-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

args string

Description Current process command line arguments Arguments with a parameter (e.g., --option 10 or -option=10) should be represented as a single element of the list with the argument name and parameter together. Flag arguments, i.e., those without a parameter should also be in their own list element.
Contextplatform control slot string process pid number args string
Treeargs
ConfigurableFalse

role keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Control module role, detailing active or standby state

This field is not present on systems without removable control modules.

Contextplatform control slot string role keyword
Treerole
Options
  • active

  • standby

Configurable False

software-version string

Description

Image version version running on this component

This version is the squashfs version, and may not represent the current per-application versions if versions have been modified after the system has been installed.

Contextplatform control slot string software-version string
Treesoftware-version
ConfigurableFalse

alarm-status boolean

Description

Indicates if a temperature sensor of this component is currently in an alarm state

An alarm state is triggered if the margin field is <=2 degrees, indicating that a thermal protection shut down is imminent unless adequate system cooling is provided to bring the temperature sensor back into safe operating ranges.

Contextplatform control slot string temperature alarm-status boolean
Treealarm-status
ConfigurableFalse

instant number

Description

Represents the highest temperature of any sensor on this component

Note that as multiple sensors may feed in, that this field and the margin field may be referencing different sensors.

Contextplatform control slot string temperature instant number
Treeinstant
ConfigurableFalse

margin number

Description

Indicates the lowest alarm margin of any sensor on this component

The margin is the delta between the current sensor temperature and the thermal protection threshold for that sensor. Note that as multiple sensors may feed in, that this field and the instant field may be referencing different sensors.

Contextplatform control slot string temperature margin number
Treemargin
ConfigurableFalse

type string

Description Control module type, as translated from the components EEPROM
Contextplatform control slot string type string
Treetype
ConfigurableFalse

fabric slot number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for fabric configuration and state
Contextplatform fabric slot number
Treefabric
ConfigurableTrue

slot number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionNumeric identifier for the fabric module
Contextplatform fabric slot number
Range1 to 255
ConfigurableTrue

admin-state keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe administrative state of this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number admin-state keyword
Treeadmin-state
Defaultenable
Options
  • enable

  • disable

Configurable True

clei-code string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe Common Language Identification Code for this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number clei-code string
Treeclei-code
ConfigurableFalse

failure-reason string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

The reason the component transitioned to a failed state

Field is empty if the component is not currently in a failure state

Contextplatform fabric slot number failure-reason string
Treefailure-reason
ConfigurableFalse

last-booted string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

The date and time this component last booted

For components that do not boot, this is the time the component was last discovered by the active control module

Contextplatform fabric slot number last-booted string
Treelast-booted
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

last-change string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe date and time this component last changed state
Contextplatform fabric slot number last-change string
Treelast-change
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

locator-state keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionDetails if the locator LED is active on this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number locator-state keyword
Treelocator-state
Defaultinactive
Options
  • active

    Locator LED is currently active

  • inactive

    Locator LED is currently inactive

ConfigurableFalse

oper-state keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe operational state of this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number oper-state keyword
Treeoper-state
Options
  • up

    Component or process is operational

  • down

    Component or process is not operational

  • empty

    Component slot is empty

  • downloading

    Component is downloading image into memory

  • booting

    Component is booting downloaded image

  • starting

    Component image operational, application processes starting

  • failed

    Component or process has failed

  • synchronizing

    Component is currently being synchronized

  • upgrading

    Component is currently being upgraded

  • low-power

    Component is offline due to insufficient system power

  • degraded

    Component or process is in a degraded state

  • warm-reboot

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting This state is set during a warm reboot immediately following initiation of the reboot, continuing after startup until the system has completed audit. In this state the system will not accept configuration changes.

ConfigurableFalse

part-number string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionPart number for this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number part-number string
Treepart-number
ConfigurableFalse

power

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionState related to power consumption and allocation for this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number power
Treepower
ConfigurableFalse

allocated-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power budget allocated to this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number power allocated-power number
Treeallocated-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

used-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power in use by this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number power used-power number
Treeused-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

removable boolean

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionDetails if this component can be removed from the system
Contextplatform fabric slot number removable boolean
Treeremovable
ConfigurableFalse

serial-number string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe serial number for this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number serial-number string
Treeserial-number
ConfigurableFalse

temperature

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionState related to temperature for this component
Contextplatform fabric slot number temperature
Treetemperature
ConfigurableFalse

alarm-status boolean

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Indicates if a temperature sensor of this component is currently in an alarm state

An alarm state is triggered if the margin field is <=2 degrees, indicating that a thermal protection shut down is imminent unless adequate system cooling is provided to bring the temperature sensor back into safe operating ranges.

Contextplatform fabric slot number temperature alarm-status boolean
Treealarm-status
ConfigurableFalse

instant number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Represents the highest temperature of any sensor on this component

Note that as multiple sensors may feed in, that this field and the margin field may be referencing different sensors.

Contextplatform fabric slot number temperature instant number
Treeinstant
ConfigurableFalse

margin number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Indicates the lowest alarm margin of any sensor on this component

The margin is the delta between the current sensor temperature and the thermal protection threshold for that sensor. Note that as multiple sensors may feed in, that this field and the instant field may be referencing different sensors.

Contextplatform fabric slot number temperature margin number
Treemargin
ConfigurableFalse

type string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionFabric module type, as translated from the components EEPROM
Contextplatform fabric slot number type string
Treetype
ConfigurableFalse

fan-tray id number

Description Top-level container for fan module configuration and state
Contextplatform fan-tray id number
Treefan-tray
ConfigurableFalse

id number

Description Numeric identifier for the fan tray
Context platform fan-tray id number
Range1 to 255
ConfigurableFalse

failure-reason string

Description

The reason the component transitioned to a failed state

Field is empty if the component is not currently in a failure state

Contextplatform fan-tray id number failure-reason string
Treefailure-reason
ConfigurableFalse

last-booted string

Description

The date and time this component last booted

For components that do not boot, this is the time the component was last discovered by the active control module

Contextplatform fan-tray id number last-booted string
Treelast-booted
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

locator-state keyword

Description Details if the locator LED is active on this component
Contextplatform fan-tray id number locator-state keyword
Treelocator-state
Defaultinactive
Options
  • active

    Locator LED is currently active

  • inactive

    Locator LED is currently inactive

ConfigurableFalse

oper-reason keyword

Description Indicates the reason for the current state of this fan tray
Contextplatform fan-tray id number oper-reason keyword
Treeoper-reason
Options
  • fault

    Hardware fault detected

  • eeprom-invalid

    EEPROM of this fan tray is either invalid or corrupt

  • airflow-mismatch

    The detected airflow of this fan tray does not match the system-calculated airflow direction

    The detected airflow of this fan tray does not match the system-calculated airflow direction The logic for determining the system-calculated direction is: - Majority wins between present fan trays - In the case where there are equal F2B or B2F fan-trays, PSUs are used as a tie break (PSUs only are counted in the event a tie breaker is needed) - F2B wins if no tie break can be used

ConfigurableFalse

oper-state keyword

Description The operational state of this component
Contextplatform fan-tray id number oper-state keyword
Treeoper-state
Options
  • up

    Component or process is operational

  • down

    Component or process is not operational

  • empty

    Component slot is empty

  • downloading

    Component is downloading image into memory

  • booting

    Component is booting downloaded image

  • starting

    Component image operational, application processes starting

  • failed

    Component or process has failed

  • synchronizing

    Component is currently being synchronized

  • upgrading

    Component is currently being upgraded

  • low-power

    Component is offline due to insufficient system power

  • degraded

    Component or process is in a degraded state

  • warm-reboot

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting This state is set during a warm reboot immediately following initiation of the reboot, continuing after startup until the system has completed audit. In this state the system will not accept configuration changes.

ConfigurableFalse

power

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionState related to power consumption and allocation for this component
Contextplatform fan-tray id number power
Treepower
ConfigurableFalse

allocated-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power budget allocated to this component
Contextplatform fan-tray id number power allocated-power number
Treeallocated-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

used-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power in use by this component
Contextplatform fan-tray id number power used-power number
Treeused-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

speed number

Description The current speed of the fan tray
Context platform fan-tray id number speed number
Treespeed
Range0 to 100
ConfigurableFalse

type string

Description Fan tray type, as translated from the components EEPROM
Contextplatform fan-tray id number type string
Treetype
ConfigurableFalse

slot number

Description Numeric identifier for the linecard
Context platform linecard slot number
Range1 to 8
ConfigurableTrue

admin-state keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe administrative state of this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number admin-state keyword
Treeadmin-state
Defaultenable
Options
  • enable

  • disable

Configurable True

failure-reason string

Description

The reason the component transitioned to a failed state

Field is empty if the component is not currently in a failure state

Contextplatform linecard slot number failure-reason string
Treefailure-reason
ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Description The name of the ACL resource
Context platform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword acl resource name identityref
Options
  • input-ipv4-filter-instances

    This resource is used every time an IPv4 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on the forwarding complex. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every subinterface using the IPv4 filter.

  • input-ipv4-filter-instances-routed

    This resource is used every time an IPv4 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on routed subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every routed subinterface using the IPv4 filter.

  • input-ipv4-filter-instances-bridged

    This resource is used every time an IPv4 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on bridged subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every bridged subinterface using the IPv4 filter.

  • input-ipv6-filter-instances

    This resource is used every time an IPv6 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on the forwarding complex. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every subinterface using the IPv6 filter.

  • input-ipv6-filter-instances-routed

    This resource is used every time an IPv6 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on routed subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every routed subinterface using the IPv6 filter.

  • input-ipv6-filter-instances-bridged

    This resource is used every time an IPv6 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on bridged subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every bridged subinterface using the IPv6 filter.

ConfigurableFalse

buffer-memory

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-D2

  • 7250 IXR-10

  • 7220 IXR-D3L

  • 7220 IXR-D2L

  • 7220 IXR-H3

  • 7220 IXR-H2

  • 7220 IXR-D3

  • 7250 IXR-6

DescriptionContainer for utilization statistics of the packet buffer memory
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword buffer-memory
Treebuffer-memory
ConfigurableTrue

free number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-D2

  • 7220 IXR-D3L

  • 7220 IXR-D2L

  • 7220 IXR-H3

  • 7220 IXR-H2

  • 7220 IXR-D3

DescriptionAvailable buffer memory, which equals the total memory less the used memory and the reserved memory.
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword buffer-memory free number
Treefree
Unitsbytes
ConfigurableFalse

used number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-D2

  • 7220 IXR-D3L

  • 7220 IXR-D2L

  • 7220 IXR-H3

  • 7220 IXR-H2

  • 7220 IXR-D3

DescriptionUsed buffer memory, excluding reserved memory.
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword buffer-memory used number
Treeused
Unitsbytes
ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Description The name of the ASIC-specific datapath resource
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword datapath asic resource name identityref
Options
  • ip-lpm-ipv4-routes

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv4 entries in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of half-wide entries in all partitions (i.e. it assumes no IPv6 routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv4 entries in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of half-wide entries in all partitions (i.e. it assumes no IPv6 routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of IPv4 routes installed in the FIB. Free entries is the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

  • ip-lpm-ipv6-shorter-routes

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length less than 65 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of single-wide + double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length less than 65 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of single-wide + double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length less than 65 bits installed in the FIB. Free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

  • ip-lpm-ipv6-longer-routes

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length greater than 64 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length greater than 64 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length greater than 64 bits installed in the FIB. Free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

  • exact-match-entries

    Reports the number of half-wide entries used in the LEM table. Each MPLS ILM record uses one half-wide entry. Each IPv4 address used as a host route, ARP entry or subnet broadcast address requires a half-wide entry. An IPv6 address used as a host route, or ND entry requires a single-wide entry (2 half-wide entries). Free entries is the remaining number of half-wide entries.

  • underlay-ecmp-groups

    Underlay ECMP group resources.

    Underlay ECMP group resources. ECMP groups are partitioned into overlay and underlay groups. The underlay partition is further subdivided into groups used for underlay ECMP and groups used for VP LAGs (EVPN M-H). This counts the utilization of the sub-resource used for ECMP.

  • vp-lag-groups

    VP LAG group resources.

    VP LAG group resources. ECMP groups are partitioned into overlay and underlay groups. The underlay partition is further subdivided into groups used for underlay ECMP and groups used for VP LAGs (EVPN M-H). This counts the utilization of the sub-resource used for VP LAGs.

  • overlay-ecmp-groups

    Overlay ECMP group resources.

    Overlay ECMP group resources. ECMP groups are partitioned into overlay and underlay groups. This counts the utilization of the overlay ECMP partition.

  • underlay-ecmp-members

    Underlay ECMP member resources.

    Underlay ECMP member resources. ECMP members are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for underlay.

  • overlay-ecmp-members

    Overlay ECMP member resources.

    Overlay ECMP member resources. ECMP members are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for overlay.

  • underlay-egress-next-hops

    Underlay egress next-hop resources.

    Underlay egress next-hop resources. Egress next-hops are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for underlay.

  • overlay-egress-next-hops

    Overlay egress next-hop resources.

    Overlay egress next-hop resources. Egress next-hops are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for overlay.

  • dgpp-module-ids

    DGPP module ID resources.

    DGPP module ID resources. DGPPs are an aggregate id consisting of a module_id and a port_id. There are 64 modules and 120 ports per module. Each 'network' ARP entry (IP next-hop) needs a DGPP - the module_id is allocated against the network interface (port) and a port_id is allocated from within the module. A module_id will only be allocated when the first ArpEntry is added (freed when last is removed) but is owned exclusively by that network interface. A network interface may require more than one module_id - i.e. if there are 245 ArpEntries on ethernet-1/1 (possibly spread across multiple network-instance interfaces) then 3 module_ids are required.

  • egress-vlan-translate-egress-vnis

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_1 resources.

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_1 resources. Corresponds to the ‘EGR_VLAN_XLATE_1’ HW table (8K entries). These entries are used for finding the egress VNI to be used for VXLAN packets.

  • egress-vlan-translate-local-bias-pairs

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_2 resources.

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_2 resources. Corresponds to the ‘EGR_VLAN_XLATE_2’ HW table (24K entries). These entries are used for local bias (ES pruning).

  • level-1-ecmp-groups

    L1 ECMP group resources.

    L1 ECMP group resources. ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 ECMP FEC resources and L2 ECMP FEC resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L1 partition.

  • level-2-ecmp-groups

    L2 ECMP group resources.

    L2 ECMP group resources. ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 ECMP FEC resources and L2 ECMP FEC resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L2 partition.

  • level-1-ecmp-members

    L1 ECMP member resources.

    L1 ECMP member resources. ECMP FEC member resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L1 partition.

  • level-2-ecmp-members

    L2 ECMP member resources.

    L2 ECMP member resources. ECMP FEC member resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L2 partition.

  • level-1-non-ecmp-fecs

    L1 non-ECMP FEC resources.

    L1 non-ECMP FEC resources. Non-ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L1 partition.

  • level-2-non-ecmp-fecs

    L2 non-ECMP FEC resources.

    L2 non-ECMP FEC resources. Non-ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L2 partition.

ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Description The name of the XDP datapath resource
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword datapath xdp resource name identityref
Options
  • arp-nd-entries

    IPv4 ARP and IPv6 neighbor discovery resources.

    IPv4 ARP and IPv6 neighbor discovery resources. Each IPv4 ARP and each IPv6 neighbor entry counts as 1 used resource against a total that is platform dependent. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • ip-hosts

    IP host route resources.

    IP host route resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every local host /32 route, ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. In non-ALPM operation every remote /32 route also requires 1 entry. Every local host /128 route, and ND entry requires 2 entries. In non-ALPM operation every remote /128 route also requires 2 entries. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks

    IP host route resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every local host /32 route, ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. In non-ALPM operation every remote /32 route also requires 1 entry. Every local host /128 route, and ND entry requires 2 entries. In non-ALPM operation every remote /128 route also requires 2 entries. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks Tomahawk3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. Every ND entry requires 2 entries.

  • ip-lpm-routes

    IP longest prefix match route resources.

    IP longest prefix match route resources. Jericho2: Reports the percentage utilization of the KAPS1 or KAPS2 table, whichever is higher. These tables are used for storing longest-prefix-match IPv4 and IPv6 routes.

    IP longest prefix match route resources. Jericho2: Reports the percentage utilization of the KAPS1 or KAPS2 table, whichever is higher. These tables are used for storing longest-prefix-match IPv4 and IPv6 routes. Trident3 and Tomahawk3: Reports the used and free number of half-wide entries in the hardware LPM table. An IPv4 route (or index to IPv4 ALPM lookup) requires a half-wide entry. An IPv6 route (or index to IPv6 ALPM lookup) that is /64 or less requires a single-wide entry (2 half-wide entries). An IPv6 route (or index to IPv6 ALPM lookup) that is more than /64 requires a double-wide entry (4 half-wide entries).

  • mac-addresses

    MAC address resources.

    MAC address resources. Reports the used number of entries, where 1 entry = 1 MAC address. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks

  • direct-next-hops

    Direct next-hop resources.

    Direct next-hop resources. Reports the number of entries, where 1 entry is used for every next-hop of an IP or MPLS route that is resolved directly to a local interface. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • indirect-next-hops

    Indirect next-hop resources.

    Indirect next-hop resources. Reports the number of entries, where 1 entry is used for every next-hop of an IP route that is resolved by a non-local route. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • tunnel-next-hops

    Tunnel next-hop resources.

    Tunnel next-hop resources. Reports the number of tunnel next-hop entries. For EVPN routes resolved by VXLAN, 1 entry is used for every <vni, vtep> pair. When a BGP IP route is resolved by an MPLS tunnel, 1 entry is used for every BGP next-hop of the route. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • ecmp-groups

    ECMP group resources.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP groups, adding overlay and underlay ECMP groups.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP groups, adding overlay and underlay ECMP groups. Tomahawk3: Reports used number of ECMP groups.

  • ecmp-members

    ECMP member resources.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP members, adding overlay and underlay ECMP members.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP members, adding overlay and underlay ECMP members. Tomahawk3: Reports used number of ECMP members.

  • egress-next-hops

    Egress next-hop resources.

    Egress next-hop resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table, counting entries in the overlay partition and entries in the underlay partition. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address.

    Egress next-hop resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table, counting entries in the overlay partition and entries in the underlay partition. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address.

  • lag-groups

    LAG group resources.

    LAG group resources. Reports the number of LAG resources used, including DGPP LAGs.

  • lag-members

    LAG member resources.

    LAG member resources. Reports the number of LAG member resources used, including DGPP LAG members.

  • subinterfaces

    Subinterface resources.

    Subinterface resources. There are a maximum of 127 subinterfaces per TH3 pipeline (limited by VFP/EFP TCAM resources). This counts the utilization of those resources.

  • mpls-next-hops

    One resource is used for every next-hop that pushes an MPLS label in every next-hop-group that is tied to an ILM entry that performs a 'swap'. One additional resource is used for every next-hop that pushes an MPLS label in every next-hop-group that is tied to an MPLS tunnel.

  • mpls-incoming-labels

    One resource is used for every MPLS ILM entry that performs either a 'swap' or a 'pop' operation.

  • tunnels

    Tunnel resources. One tunnel resource is used per VXLAN or MPLS tunnel endpoint.

    Tunnel resources. One tunnel resource is used per VXLAN or MPLS tunnel endpoint. On TD3 systems this equates to a DVP resource.

ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe name of the MTU resource
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword mtu resource name identityref
Options
  • ip-mtu

    IP MTU resource pool. One resource from this pool is consumed by every different IP MTU value used by the subinterfaces on the linecard forwarding-complex.

  • port-mtu

    Port MTU resource pool. One resource from this pool is consumed by every different port MTU value used by a port on the linecard forwarding-complex.

  • mpls-mtu

    MPLS MTU resource pool. One resource from this pool is consumed by every different MPLS MTU value used by the subinterfaces on the linecard forwarding-complex.

ConfigurableFalse

xdp

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-H2

  • 7220 IXR-H3

Description

Container for monitoring datapath resources that are generic in concept.

At the pipeline level only one XDP resource is currently reported:

['subinterfaces']

Context platform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword pipeline index number datapath xdp
Treexdp
ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-H2

  • 7220 IXR-H3

DescriptionThe name of the XDP datapath resource
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword pipeline index number datapath xdp resource name identityref
Options
  • arp-nd-entries

    IPv4 ARP and IPv6 neighbor discovery resources.

    IPv4 ARP and IPv6 neighbor discovery resources. Each IPv4 ARP and each IPv6 neighbor entry counts as 1 used resource against a total that is platform dependent. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • ip-hosts

    IP host route resources.

    IP host route resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every local host /32 route, ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. In non-ALPM operation every remote /32 route also requires 1 entry. Every local host /128 route, and ND entry requires 2 entries. In non-ALPM operation every remote /128 route also requires 2 entries. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks

    IP host route resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every local host /32 route, ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. In non-ALPM operation every remote /32 route also requires 1 entry. Every local host /128 route, and ND entry requires 2 entries. In non-ALPM operation every remote /128 route also requires 2 entries. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks Tomahawk3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. Every ND entry requires 2 entries.

  • ip-lpm-routes

    IP longest prefix match route resources.

    IP longest prefix match route resources. Jericho2: Reports the percentage utilization of the KAPS1 or KAPS2 table, whichever is higher. These tables are used for storing longest-prefix-match IPv4 and IPv6 routes.

    IP longest prefix match route resources. Jericho2: Reports the percentage utilization of the KAPS1 or KAPS2 table, whichever is higher. These tables are used for storing longest-prefix-match IPv4 and IPv6 routes. Trident3 and Tomahawk3: Reports the used and free number of half-wide entries in the hardware LPM table. An IPv4 route (or index to IPv4 ALPM lookup) requires a half-wide entry. An IPv6 route (or index to IPv6 ALPM lookup) that is /64 or less requires a single-wide entry (2 half-wide entries). An IPv6 route (or index to IPv6 ALPM lookup) that is more than /64 requires a double-wide entry (4 half-wide entries).

  • mac-addresses

    MAC address resources.

    MAC address resources. Reports the used number of entries, where 1 entry = 1 MAC address. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks

  • direct-next-hops

    Direct next-hop resources.

    Direct next-hop resources. Reports the number of entries, where 1 entry is used for every next-hop of an IP or MPLS route that is resolved directly to a local interface. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • indirect-next-hops

    Indirect next-hop resources.

    Indirect next-hop resources. Reports the number of entries, where 1 entry is used for every next-hop of an IP route that is resolved by a non-local route. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • tunnel-next-hops

    Tunnel next-hop resources.

    Tunnel next-hop resources. Reports the number of tunnel next-hop entries. For EVPN routes resolved by VXLAN, 1 entry is used for every <vni, vtep> pair. When a BGP IP route is resolved by an MPLS tunnel, 1 entry is used for every BGP next-hop of the route. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • ecmp-groups

    ECMP group resources.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP groups, adding overlay and underlay ECMP groups.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP groups, adding overlay and underlay ECMP groups. Tomahawk3: Reports used number of ECMP groups.

  • ecmp-members

    ECMP member resources.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP members, adding overlay and underlay ECMP members.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP members, adding overlay and underlay ECMP members. Tomahawk3: Reports used number of ECMP members.

  • egress-next-hops

    Egress next-hop resources.

    Egress next-hop resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table, counting entries in the overlay partition and entries in the underlay partition. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address.

    Egress next-hop resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table, counting entries in the overlay partition and entries in the underlay partition. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address.

  • lag-groups

    LAG group resources.

    LAG group resources. Reports the number of LAG resources used, including DGPP LAGs.

  • lag-members

    LAG member resources.

    LAG member resources. Reports the number of LAG member resources used, including DGPP LAG members.

  • subinterfaces

    Subinterface resources.

    Subinterface resources. There are a maximum of 127 subinterfaces per TH3 pipeline (limited by VFP/EFP TCAM resources). This counts the utilization of those resources.

  • mpls-next-hops

    One resource is used for every next-hop that pushes an MPLS label in every next-hop-group that is tied to an ILM entry that performs a 'swap'. One additional resource is used for every next-hop that pushes an MPLS label in every next-hop-group that is tied to an MPLS tunnel.

  • mpls-incoming-labels

    One resource is used for every MPLS ILM entry that performs either a 'swap' or a 'pop' operation.

  • tunnels

    Tunnel resources. One tunnel resource is used per VXLAN or MPLS tunnel endpoint.

    Tunnel resources. One tunnel resource is used per VXLAN or MPLS tunnel endpoint. On TD3 systems this equates to a DVP resource.

ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe name of the QoS resource
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword qos resource name identityref
Options
  • classifier-profiles

    A classifier-profile resource is used every time a different combination of IPv4 DSCP classifier and IPv6 DSCP classifier is applied to an ingress subinterface of the 7250 IXR IMM. There are 16 of these resources and one is always used by the combination of the default IPv4 DSCP classifier and the default IPv6 DSCP classifier.

  • rewrite-profiles

    A rewrite-profile resource is used every time a different combination of IPv4 DSCP rewrite-rule and IPv6 DSCP rewrite-rule is applied to an egress subinterface of the 7250 IXR IMM. There are 32 of these resources.

  • rewrite-policies

    A rewrite-policy resource is used every time a different DSCP or MPLS traffic-class rewrite-rule policy is applied to an egress subinterface of the 7250 IXR IMM. There are 32 of these resources.

ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Description The name of the TCAM resource
Context platform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword tcam resource name identityref
Options
  • if-input-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 ACLs applied as subinterface-input filers

  • if-output-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 ACLs applied as subinterface-output filers

  • if-input-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 ACLs applied as subinterface-input filers

  • if-output-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 ACLs applied as subinterface-output filers

  • cpm-capture-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 cpm-filter ACLs and capture-filter ACLs

  • cpm-capture-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 cpm-filter ACLs and capture-filter ACLs

  • system-capture-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 capture-filter ACLs and IPv4 system-filter ACLs

  • system-capture-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 capture-filter ACLs and IPv6 system-filter ACLs

  • capture-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 capture-filter ACLs

  • capture-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 capture-filter ACLs

  • if-output-cpm-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 egress ACLs and cpm-filter ACLs

  • if-output-cpm-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 egress ACLs and cpm-filter ACLs

ConfigurableFalse

programmed number

Description The number of TCAM entries belonging to this resource that are currently programmed into hardware. When the number of programmed entries equals the number of reserved entries HW programming of this resource type has finished.
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword tcam resource name identityref programmed number
Treeprogrammed
ConfigurableFalse

reserved number

Description The number of TCAM entries that are currently reserved in this resource pool. Reservation happens when a configuration change is committed. Reserved entries may not be programmed yet if the commit has just occurred.
Contextplatform linecard slot number forwarding-complex name keyword tcam resource name identityref reserved number
Treereserved
ConfigurableFalse

last-booted string

Description

The date and time this component last booted

For components that do not boot, this is the time the component was last discovered by the active control module

Contextplatform linecard slot number last-booted string
Treelast-booted
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

locator-state keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionDetails if the locator LED is active on this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number locator-state keyword
Treelocator-state
Defaultinactive
Options
  • active

    Locator LED is currently active

  • inactive

    Locator LED is currently inactive

ConfigurableFalse

oper-state keyword

Description The operational state of this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number oper-state keyword
Treeoper-state
Options
  • up

    Component or process is operational

  • down

    Component or process is not operational

  • empty

    Component slot is empty

  • downloading

    Component is downloading image into memory

  • booting

    Component is booting downloaded image

  • starting

    Component image operational, application processes starting

  • failed

    Component or process has failed

  • synchronizing

    Component is currently being synchronized

  • upgrading

    Component is currently being upgraded

  • low-power

    Component is offline due to insufficient system power

  • degraded

    Component or process is in a degraded state

  • warm-reboot

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting This state is set during a warm reboot immediately following initiation of the reboot, continuing after startup until the system has completed audit. In this state the system will not accept configuration changes.

ConfigurableFalse

power

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionState related to power consumption and allocation for this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number power
Treepower
ConfigurableFalse

allocated-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power budget allocated to this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number power allocated-power number
Treeallocated-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

used-power number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe power in use by this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number power used-power number
Treeused-power
Unitswatts
ConfigurableFalse

software-version string

Description

Image version version running on this component

This version is the squashfs version, and may not represent the current per-application versions if versions have been modified after the system has been installed.

Contextplatform linecard slot number software-version string
Treesoftware-version
ConfigurableFalse

temperature

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionState related to temperature for this component
Contextplatform linecard slot number temperature
Treetemperature
ConfigurableFalse

alarm-status boolean

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Indicates if a temperature sensor of this component is currently in an alarm state

An alarm state is triggered if the margin field is <=2 degrees, indicating that a thermal protection shut down is imminent unless adequate system cooling is provided to bring the temperature sensor back into safe operating ranges.

Contextplatform linecard slot number temperature alarm-status boolean
Treealarm-status
ConfigurableFalse

instant number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Represents the highest temperature of any sensor on this component

Note that as multiple sensors may feed in, that this field and the margin field may be referencing different sensors.

Contextplatform linecard slot number temperature instant number
Treeinstant
ConfigurableFalse

margin number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Indicates the lowest alarm margin of any sensor on this component

The margin is the delta between the current sensor temperature and the thermal protection threshold for that sensor. Note that as multiple sensors may feed in, that this field and the instant field may be referencing different sensors.

Contextplatform linecard slot number temperature margin number
Treemargin
ConfigurableFalse

type string

Description Linecard type, as translated from the components EEPROM
Contextplatform linecard slot number type string
Treetype
ConfigurableFalse

id number

Description Numeric identifier for the power supply module
Contextplatform power-supply id number
Range1 to 255
ConfigurableFalse

failure-reason string

Description

The reason the component transitioned to a failed state

Field is empty if the component is not currently in a failure state

Contextplatform power-supply id number failure-reason string
Treefailure-reason
ConfigurableFalse

last-booted string

Description

The date and time this component last booted

For components that do not boot, this is the time the component was last discovered by the active control module

Contextplatform power-supply id number last-booted string
Treelast-booted
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

oper-reason keyword

Description Indicates the reason for the current state of the component
Contextplatform power-supply id number oper-reason keyword
Treeoper-reason
Options
  • no-input/fault

    No power input, or other hardware fault detected

  • eeprom-invalid

    EEPROM of this power supply is either invalid or corrupt

  • airflow-mismatch

    The detected airflow of this power supply does not match the system-calculated airflow direction

    The detected airflow of this power supply does not match the system-calculated airflow direction The logic for determining the system-calculated direction is: - Majority wins between present fan trays - In the case where there are equal F2B or B2F fan-trays, PSUs are used as a tie break (PSUs only are counted in the event a tie breaker is needed) - F2B wins if no tie break can be used

ConfigurableFalse

oper-state keyword

Description The operational state of this component
Contextplatform power-supply id number oper-state keyword
Treeoper-state
Options
  • up

    Component or process is operational

  • down

    Component or process is not operational

  • empty

    Component slot is empty

  • downloading

    Component is downloading image into memory

  • booting

    Component is booting downloaded image

  • starting

    Component image operational, application processes starting

  • failed

    Component or process has failed

  • synchronizing

    Component is currently being synchronized

  • upgrading

    Component is currently being upgraded

  • low-power

    Component is offline due to insufficient system power

  • degraded

    Component or process is in a degraded state

  • warm-reboot

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting

    Component or process is currently warm rebooting This state is set during a warm reboot immediately following initiation of the reboot, continuing after startup until the system has completed audit. In this state the system will not accept configuration changes.

ConfigurableFalse

type string

Description Power-supply type, as translated from the components EEPROM
Contextplatform power-supply id number type string
Treetype
ConfigurableFalse

redundancy

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for platform redundancy
Contextplatform redundancy
Treeredundancy
ConfigurableTrue

active-module keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionControl module currently active
Contextplatform redundancy active-module keyword
Treeactive-module
Options
  • A

  • B

Configurable False

failover-time string

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionDate and time of the last control module failover
Contextplatform redundancy failover-time string
Treefailover-time
String Length20 to 32
ConfigurableFalse

synchronization

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionTop-level container for redundancy synchronization
Contextplatform redundancy synchronization
Treesynchronization
ConfigurableTrue

synchronization-frequency number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

Description

Sets the frequency of overlay synchronizations

This has no effect if overlay is not a configured synchronization mode. Changing this value results in the timer to the next synchronization being reset.

Contextplatform redundancy synchronization overlay synchronization-frequency number
Treesynchronization-frequency
Range30 to 65535
Default60
Unitsseconds
Configurable True

state keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionCurrent synchronization status
Contextplatform redundancy synchronization state keyword
Treestate
Options
  • synchronized

    Standby control module is ready and synchronized

  • synchronizing

    Standby control module is currently synchronizing

  • not-ready

    Standby control module is not synchronized

ConfigurableFalse

alpm keyword

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-D2

  • 7220 IXR-D3L

  • 7220 IXR-D2L

  • 7220 IXR-D3

  • 7220 IXR-D1

Description

Controls the ALPM mode.

If this is set to disabled then no UFT banks are allocated to ALPM.

If this is set to enabled then 4 UFT shared banks are allocated to ALPM.

If this is set to high-scale then 8 UFT shared banks are allocated to ALPM. This mode is not supported by 7220 IXR-D1.

Contextplatform resource-management unified-forwarding-resources alpm keyword
Treealpm
Defaultdisabled
Options
  • disabled

  • enabled

  • high-scale

ConfigurableTrue

requested-extra-ip-host-entries number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-D2

  • 7220 IXR-D3L

  • 7220 IXR-D2L

  • 7220 IXR-D3

  • 7220 IXR-D1

Description

The extra number of host entries that are desired.

The number of UFT shared banks that are reserved for IPv4 and IPv6 host entries is given by: min(N//X,P-A)

where: N = configured value of requested-extra-ip-host-entries X = the size of each shared bank, which is platform specific P-A = platform-specific number of shared banks, subtracting the ALPM banks

requested-extra-ip-host-entries is interpreted in terms of IPv4 hosts (single-wide entries). IPv6 host entries are double-wide so 1 IPv4 host entry + 1 IPv6 host-entry counts as 3 entries.

All UFT shared banks that are not reserved by ALPM and not reserved for extra IP host entries are used for extra MAC entries.

On D1 the default value is 48K entries, which provides 3 shared banks, max is 96K. On D2/D3 the default value is 128K entries, which provides 4 shared banks, max is 256K.

Contextplatform resource-management unified-forwarding-resources requested-extra-ip-host-entries number
Treerequested-extra-ip-host-entries
Range0 to 262144
ConfigurableTrue

xdp-restart-required boolean

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7220 IXR-D2

  • 7220 IXR-D3L

  • 7220 IXR-D2L

  • 7220 IXR-H3

  • 7220 IXR-H2

  • 7220 IXR-D3

  • 7220 IXR-D1

Description Reads true if the user has committed a change to one or more of the configurable values in the uft container but has not yet restarted XDP so the operational values are still the values initialized at the last XDP restart.
Contextplatform resource-management unified-forwarding-resources xdp-restart-required boolean
Treexdp-restart-required
ConfigurableFalse

name identityref

Description The name of the ACL resource
Context platform resource-monitoring acl resource name identityref
Options
  • input-ipv4-filter-instances

    This resource is used every time an IPv4 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on the forwarding complex. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every subinterface using the IPv4 filter.

  • input-ipv4-filter-instances-routed

    This resource is used every time an IPv4 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on routed subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every routed subinterface using the IPv4 filter.

  • input-ipv4-filter-instances-bridged

    This resource is used every time an IPv4 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on bridged subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every bridged subinterface using the IPv4 filter.

  • input-ipv6-filter-instances

    This resource is used every time an IPv6 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on the forwarding complex. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every subinterface using the IPv6 filter.

  • input-ipv6-filter-instances-routed

    This resource is used every time an IPv6 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on routed subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every routed subinterface using the IPv6 filter.

  • input-ipv6-filter-instances-bridged

    This resource is used every time an IPv6 filter instance is created and applied to ingress traffic on bridged subinterfaces. Only one instance is used if the subinterface-specific property of the filter is set to output-only; otherwise one instance is used for every bridged subinterface using the IPv6 filter.

ConfigurableTrue

name identityref

Description The name of the ASIC-specific datapath resource.
Contextplatform resource-monitoring datapath asic resource name identityref
Options
  • ip-lpm-ipv4-routes

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv4 entries in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of half-wide entries in all partitions (i.e. it assumes no IPv6 routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv4 entries in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of half-wide entries in all partitions (i.e. it assumes no IPv6 routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of IPv4 routes installed in the FIB. Free entries is the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

  • ip-lpm-ipv6-shorter-routes

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length less than 65 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of single-wide + double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length less than 65 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of single-wide + double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length less than 65 bits installed in the FIB. Free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

  • ip-lpm-ipv6-longer-routes

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length greater than 64 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

    Trident3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length greater than 64 bits in the hardware LPM table. In non-ALPM mode, free entries is the remaining number of double-wide entries (i.e. it assumes no other types of routes consume those entries). In ALPM mode, free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of IPv6 entries with prefix length greater than 64 bits installed in the FIB. Free entries is based on the Minimum Guaranteed Capacity returned by the BCM SDK.

  • exact-match-entries

    Reports the number of half-wide entries used in the LEM table. Each MPLS ILM record uses one half-wide entry. Each IPv4 address used as a host route, ARP entry or subnet broadcast address requires a half-wide entry. An IPv6 address used as a host route, or ND entry requires a single-wide entry (2 half-wide entries). Free entries is the remaining number of half-wide entries.

  • underlay-ecmp-groups

    Underlay ECMP group resources.

    Underlay ECMP group resources. ECMP groups are partitioned into overlay and underlay groups. The underlay partition is further subdivided into groups used for underlay ECMP and groups used for VP LAGs (EVPN M-H). This counts the utilization of the sub-resource used for ECMP.

  • vp-lag-groups

    VP LAG group resources.

    VP LAG group resources. ECMP groups are partitioned into overlay and underlay groups. The underlay partition is further subdivided into groups used for underlay ECMP and groups used for VP LAGs (EVPN M-H). This counts the utilization of the sub-resource used for VP LAGs.

  • overlay-ecmp-groups

    Overlay ECMP group resources.

    Overlay ECMP group resources. ECMP groups are partitioned into overlay and underlay groups. This counts the utilization of the overlay ECMP partition.

  • underlay-ecmp-members

    Underlay ECMP member resources.

    Underlay ECMP member resources. ECMP members are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for underlay.

  • overlay-ecmp-members

    Overlay ECMP member resources.

    Overlay ECMP member resources. ECMP members are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for overlay.

  • underlay-egress-next-hops

    Underlay egress next-hop resources.

    Underlay egress next-hop resources. Egress next-hops are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for underlay.

  • overlay-egress-next-hops

    Overlay egress next-hop resources.

    Overlay egress next-hop resources. Egress next-hops are partitioned into overlay and underlay. This counts the utilization of the partition used for overlay.

  • dgpp-module-ids

    DGPP module ID resources.

    DGPP module ID resources. DGPPs are an aggregate id consisting of a module_id and a port_id. There are 64 modules and 120 ports per module. Each 'network' ARP entry (IP next-hop) needs a DGPP - the module_id is allocated against the network interface (port) and a port_id is allocated from within the module. A module_id will only be allocated when the first ArpEntry is added (freed when last is removed) but is owned exclusively by that network interface. A network interface may require more than one module_id - i.e. if there are 245 ArpEntries on ethernet-1/1 (possibly spread across multiple network-instance interfaces) then 3 module_ids are required.

  • egress-vlan-translate-egress-vnis

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_1 resources.

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_1 resources. Corresponds to the ‘EGR_VLAN_XLATE_1’ HW table (8K entries). These entries are used for finding the egress VNI to be used for VXLAN packets.

  • egress-vlan-translate-local-bias-pairs

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_2 resources.

    EGR_VLAN_XLATE_2 resources. Corresponds to the ‘EGR_VLAN_XLATE_2’ HW table (24K entries). These entries are used for local bias (ES pruning).

  • level-1-ecmp-groups

    L1 ECMP group resources.

    L1 ECMP group resources. ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 ECMP FEC resources and L2 ECMP FEC resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L1 partition.

  • level-2-ecmp-groups

    L2 ECMP group resources.

    L2 ECMP group resources. ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 ECMP FEC resources and L2 ECMP FEC resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L2 partition.

  • level-1-ecmp-members

    L1 ECMP member resources.

    L1 ECMP member resources. ECMP FEC member resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L1 partition.

  • level-2-ecmp-members

    L2 ECMP member resources.

    L2 ECMP member resources. ECMP FEC member resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L2 partition.

  • level-1-non-ecmp-fecs

    L1 non-ECMP FEC resources.

    L1 non-ECMP FEC resources. Non-ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L1 partition.

  • level-2-non-ecmp-fecs

    L2 non-ECMP FEC resources.

    L2 non-ECMP FEC resources. Non-ECMP FEC resources are divided into L1 and L2 resources. This counts the number of entries used in the L2 partition.

ConfigurableTrue

name identityref

Description

The name of the XDP datapath resource.

Some of these resources may be software only (i.e. no correspondence to a hardware table).

Some of these resources may depend on multiple HW tables and when the utilization is reported it represents an aggregated or summarized view.

Contextplatform resource-monitoring datapath xdp resource name identityref
Options
  • arp-nd-entries

    IPv4 ARP and IPv6 neighbor discovery resources.

    IPv4 ARP and IPv6 neighbor discovery resources. Each IPv4 ARP and each IPv6 neighbor entry counts as 1 used resource against a total that is platform dependent. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • ip-hosts

    IP host route resources.

    IP host route resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every local host /32 route, ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. In non-ALPM operation every remote /32 route also requires 1 entry. Every local host /128 route, and ND entry requires 2 entries. In non-ALPM operation every remote /128 route also requires 2 entries. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks

    IP host route resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every local host /32 route, ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. In non-ALPM operation every remote /32 route also requires 1 entry. Every local host /128 route, and ND entry requires 2 entries. In non-ALPM operation every remote /128 route also requires 2 entries. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks Tomahawk3: Reports the number of entries used in the IP host table. Every ARP entry and IPv4 subnet broadcast address requires 1 entry. Every ND entry requires 2 entries.

  • ip-lpm-routes

    IP longest prefix match route resources.

    IP longest prefix match route resources. Jericho2: Reports the percentage utilization of the KAPS1 or KAPS2 table, whichever is higher. These tables are used for storing longest-prefix-match IPv4 and IPv6 routes.

    IP longest prefix match route resources. Jericho2: Reports the percentage utilization of the KAPS1 or KAPS2 table, whichever is higher. These tables are used for storing longest-prefix-match IPv4 and IPv6 routes. Trident3 and Tomahawk3: Reports the used and free number of half-wide entries in the hardware LPM table. An IPv4 route (or index to IPv4 ALPM lookup) requires a half-wide entry. An IPv6 route (or index to IPv6 ALPM lookup) that is /64 or less requires a single-wide entry (2 half-wide entries). An IPv6 route (or index to IPv6 ALPM lookup) that is more than /64 requires a double-wide entry (4 half-wide entries).

  • mac-addresses

    MAC address resources.

    MAC address resources. Reports the used number of entries, where 1 entry = 1 MAC address. Free entries reflects the total number of entries remaining in shared + dedicated UFT banks

  • direct-next-hops

    Direct next-hop resources.

    Direct next-hop resources. Reports the number of entries, where 1 entry is used for every next-hop of an IP or MPLS route that is resolved directly to a local interface. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • indirect-next-hops

    Indirect next-hop resources.

    Indirect next-hop resources. Reports the number of entries, where 1 entry is used for every next-hop of an IP route that is resolved by a non-local route. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • tunnel-next-hops

    Tunnel next-hop resources.

    Tunnel next-hop resources. Reports the number of tunnel next-hop entries. For EVPN routes resolved by VXLAN, 1 entry is used for every <vni, vtep> pair. When a BGP IP route is resolved by an MPLS tunnel, 1 entry is used for every BGP next-hop of the route. This does not consider underlying ASIC resources.

  • ecmp-groups

    ECMP group resources.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP groups, adding overlay and underlay ECMP groups.

    ECMP group resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP FECs, adding L1 ECMP FECs and L2 ECMP FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP groups, adding overlay and underlay ECMP groups. Tomahawk3: Reports used number of ECMP groups.

  • ecmp-members

    ECMP member resources.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP members, adding overlay and underlay ECMP members.

    ECMP member resources. Jericho2: Reports the used number of ECMP member FECs, adding L1 ECMP member FECs and L2 ECMP member FECs. Trident3: Reports the used number of ECMP members, adding overlay and underlay ECMP members. Tomahawk3: Reports used number of ECMP members.

  • egress-next-hops

    Egress next-hop resources.

    Egress next-hop resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table, counting entries in the overlay partition and entries in the underlay partition. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address.

    Egress next-hop resources. Trident3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table, counting entries in the overlay partition and entries in the underlay partition. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address. Tomahawk3: Reports the number of entries used in the egress next-hop table. 1 entry = 1 IPv4 next-hop address or 1 IPv6 next-hop address.

  • lag-groups

    LAG group resources.

    LAG group resources. Reports the number of LAG resources used, including DGPP LAGs.

  • lag-members

    LAG member resources.

    LAG member resources. Reports the number of LAG member resources used, including DGPP LAG members.

  • subinterfaces

    Subinterface resources.

    Subinterface resources. There are a maximum of 127 subinterfaces per TH3 pipeline (limited by VFP/EFP TCAM resources). This counts the utilization of those resources.

  • mpls-next-hops

    One resource is used for every next-hop that pushes an MPLS label in every next-hop-group that is tied to an ILM entry that performs a 'swap'. One additional resource is used for every next-hop that pushes an MPLS label in every next-hop-group that is tied to an MPLS tunnel.

  • mpls-incoming-labels

    One resource is used for every MPLS ILM entry that performs either a 'swap' or a 'pop' operation.

  • tunnels

    Tunnel resources. One tunnel resource is used per VXLAN or MPLS tunnel endpoint.

    Tunnel resources. One tunnel resource is used per VXLAN or MPLS tunnel endpoint. On TD3 systems this equates to a DVP resource.

ConfigurableTrue

mtu

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionEnter the mtu context
Contextplatform resource-monitoring mtu
Treemtu
ConfigurableTrue

name identityref

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe name of the MTU resource
Contextplatform resource-monitoring mtu resource name identityref
Options
  • ip-mtu

    IP MTU resource pool. One resource from this pool is consumed by every different IP MTU value used by the subinterfaces on the linecard forwarding-complex.

  • port-mtu

    Port MTU resource pool. One resource from this pool is consumed by every different port MTU value used by a port on the linecard forwarding-complex.

  • mpls-mtu

    MPLS MTU resource pool. One resource from this pool is consumed by every different MPLS MTU value used by the subinterfaces on the linecard forwarding-complex.

ConfigurableTrue

falling-threshold-log number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionSets the threshold that triggers the generation of a NOTICE log whenever the utilization of the MTU resource in any linecard/complex/core reaches this value in a falling direction and this is the first trigger since the last rising-threshold-log was triggered.
Contextplatform resource-monitoring mtu resource name identityref falling-threshold-log number
Treefalling-threshold-log
Range0 to 100
Default70
ConfigurableTrue

rising-threshold-log number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionSets the threshold that triggers the generation of a WARNING log whenever the utilization of the MTU resource in any linecard/complex/core reaches this value in a rising direction and this is the first trigger since the last restart or since the last falling-threshold-log was triggered.
Contextplatform resource-monitoring mtu resource name identityref rising-threshold-log number
Treerising-threshold-log
Range0 to 100
Default90
ConfigurableTrue

qos

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionEnter the qos context
Contextplatform resource-monitoring qos
Treeqos
ConfigurableTrue

name identityref

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionThe name of the QoS resource
Contextplatform resource-monitoring qos resource name identityref
Options
  • classifier-profiles

    A classifier-profile resource is used every time a different combination of IPv4 DSCP classifier and IPv6 DSCP classifier is applied to an ingress subinterface of the 7250 IXR IMM. There are 16 of these resources and one is always used by the combination of the default IPv4 DSCP classifier and the default IPv6 DSCP classifier.

  • rewrite-profiles

    A rewrite-profile resource is used every time a different combination of IPv4 DSCP rewrite-rule and IPv6 DSCP rewrite-rule is applied to an egress subinterface of the 7250 IXR IMM. There are 32 of these resources.

  • rewrite-policies

    A rewrite-policy resource is used every time a different DSCP or MPLS traffic-class rewrite-rule policy is applied to an egress subinterface of the 7250 IXR IMM. There are 32 of these resources.

ConfigurableTrue

falling-threshold-log number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionSets the threshold that triggers the generation of a NOTICE log whenever the utilization of the QoS resource in any linecard/complex/core falls reaches this value in a falling direction
Contextplatform resource-monitoring qos resource name identityref falling-threshold-log number
Treefalling-threshold-log
Range0 to 100
Default70
ConfigurableTrue

rising-threshold-log number

Note:

This command is available for the following platforms:

  • 7250 IXR-6

  • 7250 IXR-10

DescriptionSets the threshold that triggers the generation of a WARNING log whenever the utilization of the QoS resource in any linecard/complex/core reaches this value in a rising direction
Contextplatform resource-monitoring qos resource name identityref rising-threshold-log number
Treerising-threshold-log
Range0 to 100
Default90
ConfigurableTrue

name identityref

Description The name of the TCAM resource
Context platform resource-monitoring tcam resource name identityref
Options
  • if-input-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 ACLs applied as subinterface-input filers

  • if-output-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 ACLs applied as subinterface-output filers

  • if-input-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 ACLs applied as subinterface-input filers

  • if-output-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 ACLs applied as subinterface-output filers

  • cpm-capture-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 cpm-filter ACLs and capture-filter ACLs

  • cpm-capture-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 cpm-filter ACLs and capture-filter ACLs

  • system-capture-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 capture-filter ACLs and IPv4 system-filter ACLs

  • system-capture-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 capture-filter ACLs and IPv6 system-filter ACLs

  • capture-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 capture-filter ACLs

  • capture-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 capture-filter ACLs

  • if-output-cpm-ipv4

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv4 egress ACLs and cpm-filter ACLs

  • if-output-cpm-ipv6

    Resource pool of TCAM entries used by IPv6 egress ACLs and cpm-filter ACLs

ConfigurableTrue

rising-threshold-log number

Description Sets the threshold that triggers the generation of a WARNING log whenever the utilization of the TCAM resource in any linecard/complex/core reaches this value in a rising direction
Contextplatform resource-monitoring tcam resource name identityref rising-threshold-log number