Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.
Display Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) peer and traffic engineering link information.
This command has no options.
Required Privilege Level
List of Sample Outputshow link-management
Table 1 describes the output fields for the show link-management command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.
Name of the peer.
Internal identifier for the peer. The range of values is 0 through 64,000.
State of the peer: Up or Down.
Address to which a control channel is established.
CC local ID
Identifier assigned to the control channel by the local peer. The range of values is 1 through 4,294,967,296.
CC remote ID
Identifier assigned to the control channel by the remote peer. The range of values is 1 through 4,294,967,296.
State of the control channel: Up or Down.
Sequence number of the hello message being sent to the peer. The range of values is 1 through 4,294,967,295.
Sequence number of the last hello message received from the peer. The range of values is 0 through 4,294,967,295.
Code that provides information about the control channel. Currently supports only code value R, which indicates that the control channel is restarting after a failure in the control plane, as when the Link Management Protocol (LMP) process starts or restarts.
Traffic-engineered links that are managed by their peer.
TE link name
Name of the traffic-engineered link.
State of the traffic-engineered link: Up, Down, or Init.
Identifier of the local side of the link.
Identifier of the remote side of the link.
Address of the local side of the link.
Address of the remote side of the link.
Physical layer media type determined by the interfaces contained in the traffic-engineered link. Typical values include SDH/SONET, Ethernet, Packet, and PDH.
Type of switching that can be performed on the traffic-engineered link. Supported values are PSC-1 and Packet.
Smallest single allocation of bandwidth possible on the traffic-engineered link. This number is equal to the smallest bandwidth interface that is a member of the traffic-engineered link (in bps).
Largest single allocation of bandwidth possible on the traffic-engineered link. This number is equal to the largest bandwidth interface that is a member of the link (in bps).
Sum of the bandwidth, in bits per second (bps) and megabits per second (Mbps), of all interfaces that are members of the link.
Sum of the bandwidths of all interfaces that are members of the link and that are not yet allocated (in bps).
Name of the interface.
State of the interface: Up or Down.
Identifier of the local side of the interface.
Identifier of the remote side of the interface.
Bandwidth, in bps or Mbps, of the member interface.
Whether the resource is allocated to an LSP: Yes or No.
user@host> show link-management
Peer name: PEER-A, System identifier: 11973 State: Up, Control address: 10.255.245.4 CC local ID CC remote ID State TxSeqNum RcvSeqNum Flags 24547 24547 Up 1027 1026 TE links: pro4-ba TE link name: pro4-ba, State: Init Local identifier: 2662, Remote identifier: 0, Encoding: SDH/SONET, Switching: PSC-1, Minimum bandwidth: 155.52Mbps, Maximum bandwidth: 155.52Mbps, Total bandwidth: 155.52Mbps, Available bandwidth: 155.52Mbps Name State Local ID Remote ID Bandwidth Used LSP-name so-1/0/2 Up 21271 0 155.52Mbps No