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Verifying the Configuration of a Routing Matrix with a TX Matrix Plus Router

 

In general, when you issue standard operational commands on a TX Matrix Plus router, you receive output from the master Routing Engines of all components in the routing matrix. To display information for the TX Matrix Plus router only, include the sfc sfc-number option. To limit the output of information for a specific T1600 router within the routing matrix, include the lcc lcc-number option. To display information for all T1600 routers within the routing matrix (selected commands only), include the all-lcc option. Any exceptions to this general rule are mentioned next to the appropriate commands.

The following sections contain examples of specific show operational commands you can use to verify the configuration of the example Routing Matrix A, described in Example Configuration for a Routing Matrix with a TX Matrix Plus Router:

Displaying Junos OS Versions

The show version command provides an excellent example of how you can select output for various components of the routing matrix with a TX Matrix Plus router. If the TX Matrix Plus router (sfc sfc-number) or a T1600 router (lcc lcc-number) is not specified in the command, the command displays output for all components.

user@host> show version ?

You can display information about individual software components in the TX Matrix Plus router, in a specific T1600 router, or the entire routing matrix:

Displaying Junos OS Versions for All Routers

To display the software version for all routing matrix components, issue the show version command on the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@sfc0> show version

Displaying Junos OS Version for the SFC Only

To display the software version for the TX Matrix Plus router only, include the sfc number option:

user@mysfc> show version sfc 0

Displaying Junos OS Version for a Specific LCC

To display the software version for a specific T1600 router, include the lcc option:

user@host> show version lcc 0

Displaying Junos OS Versions for All LCCs

To display the software versions for all T1600 routers, include the all-lcc option:

user@host> show version all-lcc

Displaying Configured Interfaces

Although individual FPCs are installed in each of the T1600 routers, the routing matrix is designed to collect interface information centrally at the TX Matrix Plus router. To display available interfaces in the routing matrix, issue a show interfaces command on the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@host> show interfaces terse

Displaying Available Routes

When you need to verify route information for a routing matrix, you must issue operational commands on the TX Matrix Plus router. To display available routes for the routing matrix, issue a show route command:

user@host> show route summary

Displaying Alarms and System Uptime

To display alarms for all routing matrix components, issue the show chassis alarms command at the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@host> show chassis alarms

Displaying Craft Interface Messages

To display the messages that are currently displayed on the craft interface for all routing matrix components, issue the show chassis craft-interface command at the master Routing Engine of the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@host> show chassis craft-interface

Displaying System Uptime

To display the amount of time the routing matrix components have been in operation, issue the show system uptime command on the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@host> show system uptime

Displaying Chassis Hardware and Status

To display the hardware inventory for a routing matrix with a TX Matrix Plus router, you can select output for the TX Matrix Plus router only, a specific T1600 router, or all components. If a specific component (sfc or lcc) is not specified as an option in the command, the default output displays information for the entire routing matrix.

user@host> show chassis hardware ?

You can display information about individual hardware components in the TX Matrix Plus router, in a specific T1600 router, or the entire routing matrix:

Displaying Information About All Hardware Components

To display all hardware components in a routing matrix, issue the show chassis hardware command on the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@host> show chassis hardware

Displaying Information About SIBs

To display all the SIBs in the entire routing matrix, issue the show chassis sibs command on the TX Matrix Plus router.

user@host> show chassis sibs

Displaying Information About Routing Engines

To display information about all master Routing Engines in the routing matrix, issue the show chassis routing-engine command on the TX Matrix Plus router:

user@host> show chassis routing-engine

Displaying Information About FPCs

To display information about FPCs in a routing matrix, issue the show chassis fpc command. Because there are no FPCs in a TX Matrix Plus router, there is no sfc option available for this command.

user@host> show chassis fpc

Displaying Information About LCCs

You can also check to see if the TX Matrix Plus router and T1600 routers are communicating correctly within the routing matrix. To verify that the T1600 routers have proper connectivity to the routing matrix, issue the show chassis lccs command. In this example, there are two T1600 routers in the routing matrix.

user@host> show chassis lccs