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show pppoe interfaces

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.

Description

Display session-specific information about PPPoE interfaces.

Options

noneDisplay interface information for all PPPoE interfaces.
brief | detail(Optional) Display the specified level of output.
pp0.logical(Optional) Name of an interface. The logical unit number for static interfaces can be a value from 0 through 16385. The logical unit number for dynamic interfaces can be a value from 1073741824 through the maximum number of logical interfaces supported on your router.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show pppoe interfaces

show pppoe interfaces (Status for the Specified Interface)

show pppoe interfaces brief

show pppoe interfaces detail

show pppoe interfaces (PPPoE Subscriber Interface with ACI Interface Set)

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show pppoe interfaces command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear. Not all fields are displayed for PPPoE interfaces on M120 and M320 routers in server mode.

Table 1: show pppoe interfaces Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Level of Output

Logical Interface 

Logical interface

Name of the logical interface.

All levels

Index

Index number of the logical interface, which reflects its initialization sequence.

detail extensive none

State

State of the logical interface: up or down.

All levels

Session ID

Session ID.

All levels

Type

Origin of the logical interface: Static or Dynamic. Indicates whether the interface was statically or dynamically created.

detail extensive none

Service name

Type of service required (can be used to indicate an ISP name or a class or quality of service).

detail extensive none

Configured AC name

Configured access concentrator name.

detail extensive none

Session AC name

Name of the access concentrator.

detail extensive none

Remote MAC address or Remote MAC

MAC address of the remote side of the connection, either the access concentrator or the PPPoE client.

All levels

Session uptime

Length of time the session has been up, in hh:mm:ss.

detail extensive none

Dynamic Profile

Name of the dynamic profile that was used to create this interface. If the interface was statically created, this field is not displayed.

detail extensive none

Underlying interface

Interface on which PPPoE is running.

All levels

Agent Circuit ID

Agent circuit identifier (ACI) that corresponds to the DSLAM interface that initiated the client service request. An asterisk is interpreted as a wildcard character and can appear at the beginning, the end, or both the beginning and end of the string. If the agent circuit ID is not configured, this field is not displayed.

detail extensive none

Agent Remote ID

Agent remote identifier that corresponds to the subscriber associated with the DSLAM interface that initiated the service request. An asterisk is interpreted as a wildcard character and can appear at the beginning, the end, or both at the beginning and end of the string. If the agent remote ID is not configured, this field is not displayed.

detail extensive none

ACI Interface Set

Internally-generated name of the dynamic ACI interface set, if configured, and the set index number of the ACI entry in the session database.

detail extensive none

Packet Type

Number of packets sent and received during the PPPoE session, categorized by packet type and packet errors:

  • PADI—PPPoE Active Discovery Initiation packets.

  • PADO—PPPoE Active Discovery Offer packets.

  • PADR—PPPoE Active Discovery Request packets.

  • PADS—PPPoE Active Discovery Session-Confirmation packets.

  • PADT—PPPoE Active Discovery Termination packets.

  • Service name error—Packets for which the Service-Name request could not be honored.

  • AC system error—Packets for which the access concentrator experienced an error in performing the host request. For example, the host had insufficient resources to create a virtual circuit.

  • Generic error—Packets that indicate an unrecoverable error occurred.

  • Malformed packets—Malformed or short packets that caused the packet handler to discard the frame as unreadable.

  • Unknown packets—Unrecognized packets.

extensive

Sample Output

show pppoe interfaces

user@host> show pppoe interfaces

show pppoe interfaces (Status for the Specified Interface)

user@host> show pppoe interfaces pp0.1073741827

show pppoe interfaces brief

user@host> show pppoe interfaces brief

show pppoe interfaces detail

user@host> show pppoe interfaces detail

show pppoe interfaces (PPPoE Subscriber Interface with ACI Interface Set)

user@host> show pppoe interfaces pp0.1073741827