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show link-management routing

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.

Description

Display Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) peer or traffic engineering link information from the routing process.

Options

noneDisplay all peer and traffic-engineered link information.
peer <name name>(Optional) Display information for all peers or for the specified peer only.
resource <name name>(Optional) Display information for all resources or for the specified resource only.
te-link <name name>(Optional) Display information for all traffic-engineered forwarding paths or for the specified path only.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show link-management routing

Output Fields

Table 1 describes the output fields for the show link-management routing command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Field Name

Field Description

Peer Name

Name of the peer.

System identifier

Internal identifier for the peer. The range of values is 0 through 64,000.

State

State of the peer: Up or Down.

Control address

Address to which a control channel is established.

Control channel

Interface over which control packets are sent.

State

State of the control channel.

TE link name

Traffic-engineered link name.

State

State of the traffic-engineered link: Up or Down.

Local identifier

Identifier of the local side of the link.

Remote identifier

Identifier of the remote side of the link.

Local address

Address of the local side of the link.

Remote address

Address of the remote side of the link.

Encoding

Physical layer media type determined by the interfaces contained in the traffic-engineered link. Typical values include SDH/SONET, Ethernet, and Packet.

Minimum bandwidth

Smallest single allocation of bandwidth, in bits per second (bps) or megabits per second (Mbps), possible on the traffic-engineered link. This number is equal to the smallest bandwidth interface that is a member of the traffic-engineered link.

Maximum bandwidth

Largest single allocation of bandwidth, in bps or Mbps, possible on the traffic-engineered link. This number is equal to the largest bandwidth interface that is a member of the link (in bps).

Total bandwidth

Sum of the bandwidth, in bps or Mbps, of all interfaces that are members of the link.

Available bandwidth

Sum of the bandwidth, in bps or Mbps, of all interfaces that are members of the link and that are not yet allocated.

Resource

Forwarding adjacency LSP information.

Type

Type of resource. The type is always a forwarding adjacency LSP.

State

State of the LSP: Up or Down.

System Identifier

Internal identifier for the peer. The range of values is 0 through 64,000.

Total bandwidth

Bandwidth resource, in bps or Mbps, on the TE-link learned from the routing process.

Traffic parameters

  • Encoding—Physical layer media type determined by the interfaces contained in the traffic-engineered link. Typical values include SDH/SONET, Ethernet, and Packet.

  • Switching—Type of switching that can be performed on the traffic-engineered link: PSC-1 and Packet.

  • Granularity—Layer 2 data for switching Layer 2 LSPs for this resource. Not supported. This value is always unknown.

Sample Output

show link-management routing

user@host> show link-management routing