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    Troubleshooting N-PE Devices Before Provisioning a Service

    You can use the Troubleshoot option to check PE router configurations before you deploy a new service or troubleshoot PE router configurations if you are unable to deploy a new service.

    To check the configuration on a PE router, follow these steps:

    1. In the Network Services > Connectivity task pane, select Prestage Devices > Manage Device Roles

      The Manage Device Roles page appears displaying all devices on the network that are assigned the N-PE role

    2. Select the device that you want to troubleshoot.
    3. In the Actions menu, select Troubleshoot.

      The Troubleshoot Device window appears. The table here describes the show commands that you can run to check the configuration on a N-PE device.

      Table 1: Commands Available in the Troubleshoot Device Window

      CommandDescriptionFields Displayed

      show mpls lsp ingress

      Display whether ingress LSP is up and running.

      • Device name

      • LSP State

      • Destination Address

      show mpls lsp egress

      Display whether egress LSP is up and running.

      • Device name

      • LSP State

      • Destination Address

      show bgp summary

      Display summary information about BGP and its neighbors to determine if routes are received from peers in the autonomous system (AS). When a BGP session is established, the peers exchange update messages.

      • Peer Address

      • Peer State

      show ospf neighbor

      Display information about OSPF neighbors.

      • Interface Name

      • Neighbor Address

      • OSPF Neighbor State

      show bgp neighbor

      Display information about all BGP peers.

      • Peer Address

      • Peer State

      • Local AS

      show ldp interface

      Display standard status information about all LDP-enabled interfaces for all routing instances.

      • Interface Name

      • LDP Neighbor Count

      show ldp neighbor

      Display standard information about LDP neighbors for all routing instances.

      • Interface Name

      • Neighbor Address

      • Remaining Time—remaining hold time before the neighbor expires, in seconds.

      show rsvp session

      Display information about Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) sessions.

      • Name

      • LSP State

      • Destination Address

      For complete information about the fields displayed for the show rsvp session command, see the Junos Software Routing Protocols and Policies Command Reference.

      show rsvp interface

      Display the status of Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)-enabled interfaces and packet statistics.

      • Interface Name

      • RSVP Status

      • Static Bandwidth

      • Available Bandwidth

      • Total Reserved Bandwidth

      show isis adjacency

      Display information about intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (*IS-IS) neighbors.

      • Interface Name

      • Adjacency State

      • System Name

      For complete information about the fields displayed for the show isis adjacency command, see the Junos Software Routing Protocols and Policies Command Reference.

    4. Select on any show command to view device-specific configuration information.

      Note: For additional information about a PE device configuration, you can explicitly run a show command with the extensive option, for example, show mpls lsp extensive.

    Modified: 2015-09-21