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show pfe statistics ip6

 

List of Syntax

Syntax

Syntax (TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus Routers)

Syntax

Syntax (TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus Routers)

Release Information

Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 9.0 for EX Series switches.

Description

Display Packet Forwarding Engine IPv6 statistics.

Options

noneDisplay all Packet Forwarding Engine IPv6 statistics.
fpc slot(TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus router only) (Optional) Display statistics for a Flexible PIC Concentrator slot.
  • On a TX Matrix router, if you specify the number of a T640 router by using the lcc number option (the recommended method), replace slot with a value from 0 through 7. Otherwise, replace slot with a value from 0 through 31.

  • On a TX Matrix Plus router, if you specify the number of a T1600 router by using the lcc number option (the recommended method), replace slot with a value from 0 through 7. Otherwise, replace slot with a value from 0 through 31

  • On a TX Matrix Plus router in the TXP-T1600-3D, TXP-T4000-3D, or TXP-Mixed-LCC-3D configuration, if you specify the number of a T1600 or T4000 router by using the lcc number option (the recommended method), replace slot with a value from 0 through 7. Otherwise, replace slot with a value from 0 through 63.

For example, the following commands have the same result:

icmp(Optional) Display Packet Forwarding Engine IP ICMP statistics.
lcc number(TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus router only) (Optional) On a TX Matrix router, display statistics for a specific T640 router (or line-card chassis) that is connected to the TX Matrix router. On a TX Matrix Plus router, display statistics for a specified router (line-card chassis) that is connected to the TX Matrix Plus router.

Replace number with the following values depending on the LCC configuration:

  • 0 through 3, when T640 routers are connected to a TX Matrix router in a routing matrix.

  • 0 through 3, when T1600 routers are connected to a TX Matrix Plus router in a routing matrix.

  • 0 through 7, when T1600 routers are connected to a TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs in a routing matrix.

  • 0, 2, 4, or 6, when T4000 routers are connected to a TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs in a routing matrix.

Required Privilege Level

admin

List of Sample Output

show pfe statistics ip6 icmp

show pfe statistics ip6 lcc

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show pfe statistics ip6 command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show pfe statistics ip6 Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

ICMP6 Statistics

ICMP6 statistics, including the following:

  • requests—Number of ICMP notifications sent to the PFE. If a throttler is configured, the number of notifications might not reflect all requests made. (See the throttled icmps field description.)

  • network unreachables—When route lookups fail, ICMP packets are sent to the source. These packets are ICMP Type= Destination Unreachable (3) and ICMP Code= Network Unreachable (0).

  • ttl expired—Number of notifications processed as a result of time-to-live (TTL) expiration packets.

  • ttl captured—Number of TTL expired packets sent by PFE interfaces to the Routing Engine.

  • redirects—Number of ICMP errors sent with Type=Redirect (5).

  • mtu exceeded—Number of ICMP errors sent with Type=Source Quench (4).

  • icmp/option handoffs—Number of packets that the PFE hardware requests the PFE software to process.

ICMP6 errors

ICMP6 errors, including the following:

  • unknown unreachables—Unknown code (greater than 16) found for an unknown unreachable type ICMP error.

  • unsupported ICMP type—Any ICMP type other than UNREACH, REDIRECT, TIME_EXCEED, and PARAM_PROB.

  • unprocessed redirects—When trying to find the neighbor to send redirects to, the PFE could not find the next-hop information.

  • invalid ICMP type—Any ICMP type other than UNREACH, REDIRECT, TIME_EXCEED, and PARAM_PROB.

  • invalid protocol—An incorrect protocol was detected by the ICMP processor.

  • bad input interface if1—The PFE software cannot map the interface index supplied by the chips to a proper data structure in the microkernel.

  • throttled icmps—Number of requests dropped because of rate limiting by the PFE.

  • runts—Number of packets for which the IP header length is less than the minimum length that is supported.

ICMP6 Discards

ICMP6 discard statistics, including the following:

  • multicasts—ICMP packets are not sent for link-layer multicast packets. These are counted as invalid source addresses (not a unicast address or all zeros).

  • bad source addresses—ICMP packets were received from an invalid source address (not a unicast address or all zeros).

  • bad dest addresses—ICMP packets were sent to an invalid destination address (not a unicast address or all zeros).

  • IP fragments—ICMP responses are sent only for the first fragments. The rest do not receive a response. This is the count for ICMP requests that receive no response.

  • ICMP errors—Number of ICMP error packets.

Sample Output

show pfe statistics ip6 icmp

user@host> show pfe statistics ip6 icmp

show pfe statistics ip6 lcc

user@host> show pfe statistics ip6 lcc 0 fpc 0