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show evpn arp-table

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 15.1 for EX Series switches.

logical system option introduced in Junos OS Release 18.1R1.

Description

Show Ethernet VPN (EVPN) Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) entries associated with learned MAC addresses.

Options

noneDisplay brief information about the EVPN ARP table.
address(Optional) Display ARP information for the specified MAC address.
brief | count | detail |extensive(Optional) Display the specified level of output.
instance <instance-name>oot(Optional) Display ARP information for the specified routing instance .
logical-system <logical-system-name>(Optional) Display ARP information for the specified logical system or all logical systems.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show evpn arp-table

show evpn arp-table 00:05:86:a0:dc:f0 (MAC address)

show evpn arp-table brief

show evpn arp-table detail

show evpn arp-table count

show evpn arp-table extensive

show evpn arp-table instance evpn1

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show evpn arp-table command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show evpn arp-table Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Level of Output

INET address

The INET address related to the INET entries that are added to the ARP table.

All levels

MAC address

MAC addresses learned through ARP.

brief, detail, extensive, instance, mac-address,,

Logical Interface

Logical interface associated with the routing instance in which the ARP INET address is learned.

brief, instance, mac-address,,

Routing instance

Routing instance in which the ARP INET address is learned.

all levels

Bridging domain

Bridging domain in which the ARP INET address is learned.

all levels

Learning interface

Interface on which the ARP INET address is learned.

detail, extensive

Count

Indicates the number of ARP INET addresses learned in a routing instance in a bridge domain.

count

Sample Output

show evpn arp-table

user@host> show evpn arp-table

show evpn arp-table 00:05:86:a0:dc:f0 (MAC address)

user@host> show evpn arp-table 00:05:86:a0:dc:f0

show evpn arp-table brief

user@host> show evpn arp-table brief

show evpn arp-table detail

user@host> show evpn arp-table detail

show evpn arp-table count

user@switch> show evpn arp-table count

show evpn arp-table extensive

user@host> show evpn arp-table extensive

show evpn arp-table instance evpn1

user@host> show evpn arp-table instance evpn1