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show flexible-tunnels profiles

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 19.1.

Description

Display information about flexible Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) tunnel de-encapsulation profiles, which are programmed by controllers through the Juniper Extension Toolkit (JET) APIs.

Options

none(Same as brief) Display information about all tunnel de-encapsulation profiles.
brief | detail(Optional) Display the specified level of output.
tunnel-profile-nameDisplay information about the specified tunnel de-encapsulation profile.
route ip-addressDisplay information about the specified internal route in the __flexible_tunnel_profiles__.inet.0 routing table.

Required Privilege Level

admin

List of Sample Output

show flexible-tunnels profiles (none and brief)

show flexible-tunnels profiles detail

show flexible-tunnels profiles (Specific Profile, none and brief)

show flexible-tunnels profiles detail (Specific Profile)

show flexible-tunnels profiles (Specific Route, none and brief)

show flexible-tunnels profiles detail (Specific Route)

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show flexible-tunnels profiles command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show flexible-tunnels profiles Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

tunnel-profile-name

Tunnel de-encapsulation profile name, if one was specified.

Client ID

An identifier of the client that injected the route specified in the tunnel profile.

Route prefix

An internal route that is associated with a particular tunnel de-encapsulation profile.

Table

Name of routing table, which is __flexible_tunnel_profiles__.inet.0.

Action

Action is decapsulate. If the contents of an incoming encapsulated packet matches the attributes specified in a particular tunnel de-capsulation profile, the packet is de-encapsulated as specified in the profile.

Tunnel type

Tunnel type is either VXLAN-IPv4 or VXLAN-IPv6.

Interface

Name of the flexible tunnel interface for use with statistics, policing, filtering, and default encapsulation parameters.

VNI

VXLAN network identifier (VNI) specified in the tunnel de-encapsulation profile

Source prefix

IPv4 or IPv6 network address and length of the source that originated the packet.

Source UDP port range

A range of UDP port numbers, one of which is configured on the port that originated the packet.

Destination address

IPv4 or IPv6 network address of the host to which the packet is destined.

Destination UDP port

UDP port number that is configured on the host port to which the packet is destined.

VXLAN flags

An 8-bit VXLAN flag.

Sample Output

show flexible-tunnels profiles (none and brief)

user@host> show flexible-tunnels profilesuser@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles brief

show flexible-tunnels profiles detail

user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles detail

show flexible-tunnels profiles (Specific Profile, none and brief)

user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles CUSTOMER_0001-decap-mvnet1_50001user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles CUSTOMER_0001-decap-mvnet1_50001 brief

show flexible-tunnels profiles detail (Specific Profile)

user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles CUSTOMER_0001-decap-mvnet1_50001 detail

show flexible-tunnels profiles (Specific Route, none and brief)

user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles route 1.0.195.80user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles route 1.0.195.80 brief

show flexible-tunnels profiles detail (Specific Route)

user@host> show flexible-tunnels profiles route 10.0.195.80 detail