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show network-access gx-plus

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 11.2.

Description

Display Gx-Plus provisioning state, synchronization state, and statistics information.

Options

state(Optional) Display Gx-Plus provisioning state.
statistics(Optional) Display Gx-Plus statistics.
sync-state(Optional) Display Gx-Plus synchronization state.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show network-access gx-plus state

show network-access gx-plus statistics

show network-access gx-plus sync-state

show network-access gx-plus statistics extensive (Extensive)

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show network-access gx-plus command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show network-access gx-plus Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Gx-plus state

State of the Gx-Plus application, including the following:

  • Engine created

  • Partition configured

  • Configuration active

  • Diameter interface configured

  • Total number of entries—Number of provisioned, pending, and terminating subscribers.

  • Number of pending entries—Number of pending subscribers.

  • Number of pending logouts—Number of subscribers logging out.

Sync-Event

Type of synchronization event.

Timeout

Number of times notification sent without response.

Gx-plus general counters

Number and state of general events.

Gx-plus sync-event counters

Number and state of synchronization events.

Gx-plus sync-event diameter-events

Events or errors that occur in jdiameterd on behalf of Gx-Plus.

Gx-plus upstream diameter-events

Errors encountered when the Gx-Plus component in authd is processing outbound requests.

Gx-plus upstream counters

Events or errors that occur with the Gx-Plus component of authd.

Gx-plus downstream counters

Events for requests that originated from jdiameterd and are intended for the Diameter layer on a PCRF server.

cold-boot

Event that takes place after a cold boot (system reboot).

warm-boot

Event that takes place after an authd or jdiameterd process restart.

d-req

Event that takes place after a discovery request from the router.

ayt

Event that takes place after an “Are You There” check. The check is triggered when the connection breaks between Diameter peers. It is the same as an AWD, except it is sent from the router side rather than the server side.

awd

Event that takes place after an application watchdog flag. The AWD is triggered when the connections breaks between Diameter peers. It is the same as an AYT, except it is sent from the server side rather than the router side.

prov

Events that take place as a result of the CCR-I provisioning request.

logout

Events that take place as a result of the CCR-T logout request.

ruleReport

Events that take place as a result of the CCR-U rule report request.

threshold

Events that take place as a result of the CCR-U threshold request.

general

Events that cannot be attributed to a specific type of request.

audit

Events that take place as a result requests for an audit of a specific subscriber session; includes information about state and services.

d-exact

Events that take place as a result of discovery exchange for Gx-Plus. The request originates from the PCRF server for a specific subscriber.

d-bulk

Events that take place as a result of discovery requests for all active Gx-Plus subscribers. The request originates on the PCRF server.

d-done

Events that take place when the discovery exchange is completed.

Sample Output

show network-access gx-plus state

user@host> show network-access gx-plus state

show network-access gx-plus statistics

user@host> show network-access gx-plus statistics

show network-access gx-plus sync-state

user@host> show network-access gx-plus sync-state

show network-access gx-plus statistics extensive (Extensive)

user@host> show network-access gx-plus statistics extensive