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show rsvp session

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 9.5.

Description

Display information about Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) sessions.

Options

noneDisplay standard information about all RSVP sessions.
brief | detail | extensive | terse(Optional) Display the specified level of output.
bidirectional | unidirectional(Optional) Display information about bidirectional or unidirectional RSVP sessions only, respectively.
down | up(Optional) Display only LSPs that are inactive or active, respectively.
interface interface-name(Optional) Display RSVP sessions for the specified interface only.
lsp-type (Optional) Display information about RSVP sessions with regard to LSPs:
  • bypass—Sessions used for bypass LSPs.

  • lsp—Sessions used to set up LSPs.

  • nolsp—Sessions not used to set up LSPs.

name session-name(Optional) Display information about the named session.
session-type(Optional) Display information about a particular session type:
  • egress—Sessions that terminate on this switch.

  • ingress—Sessions that originate from this switch.

  • transit—Sessions that transit through this switch.

statistics(Optional) Display packet statistics.
te-link te-link(Optional) Display sessions with reservations on the specified traffic-engineered link name.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show rsvp session

show rsvp session statistics

show rsvp session detail

show rsvp session extensive

Output Fields

Table 1 describes the output fields for the show rsvp session command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show rsvp session Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Level of Output

Ingress RSVP

Information about ingress RSVP sessions.

detail

Ingress RSVP

Information about ingress RSVP sessions. Each session has one line of output.

All levels

Egress RSVP

Information about egress RSVP sessions.

All levels

Transit RSVP

Information about the transit RSVP sessions.

All levels

To

Destination (egress switch) of the session.

All levels

From

Source (ingress switch) of the session.

All levels

State

State of the path: Up, Down, or AdminDn. AdminDn indicates that the LSP is being taken down gracefully.

All levels

Address

Destination (egress switch) of the LSP.

detail

LSPstate

State of the LSP that is being handled by this RSVP session. It can be either Up, Dn (down), or AdminDn. AdminDn indicates that the LSP is being taken down gracefully.

brief, detail

Rt

Number of active routes (prefixes) that have been installed in the routing table. For ingress RSVP sessions, the routing table is the primary IPv4 table (inet.0). For transit and egress RSVP sessions, the routing table is the primary MPLS table mpls.0).

brief

ActiveRoute

Number of active routes (prefixes) that have been installed in the forwarding table. For ingress RSVP sessions, the forwarding table is the primary IPv4 table (inet.0). For transit and egress RSVP sessions, the forwarding table is the primary MPLS table (mpls.0).

detail

LSPname

Name of the LSP.

brief, detail

LSPpath

Indicates whether the RSVP session is for the primary or secondary LSP path. LSPpath can be either primary or secondary and can be displayed on the ingress, egress, and transit switches. LSPpath can also indicate when a graceful LSP deletion has been triggered.

detail

Recovery label received

(When LSP is bidirectional) Label the upstream node suggests for use in the Resv message that is sent.

detail

Recovery label sent

(When LSP is bidirectional) Label the downstream node suggests for use in its Resv messages that is returned.

detail

Suggested label received

(When LSP is bidirectional) Label the upstream node suggests for use in the Resv message that is sent.

detail

Suggested label sent

(When LSP is bidirectional) Label the downstream node suggests for use in its Resv message that is returned.

detail

Resv style or Style

RSVP reservation style. This field consists of two parts. The first is the number of active reservations. The second is the reservation style, which can be FF (fixed filter), SE (shared explicit), or WF (wildcard filter).

brief detail

Label in

Incoming label for this LSP.

brief, detail

Label out

Outgoing label for this LSP.

brief, detail

Time left

Number of seconds remaining in the lifetime of the reservation.

brief, detail

Since

Date and time when the RSVP session was initiated.

detail

Tspec

Sender's traffic specification, which describes the sender's traffic parameters.

detail

Port number

Protocol ID and sender/receiver port used in this RSVP session.

detail

Creating backup LSP, link down

A link down event occurred, and traffic is being switched over to the bypass LSP.

extensive

Deleting backup LSP, protected LSP restored

Link has come back up and the LSP has been restored. Because the backup LSP is no longer needed, it is deleted.

extensive

PATH rcvfrom

Address of the previous-hop (upstream) switch or client, interface the neighbor used to reach this switch, and number of packets received from the upstream neighbor.

detail

Sample Output

show rsvp session

user@switch> show rsvp session

show rsvp session statistics

user@switch> show rsvp session statistics

show rsvp session detail

user@switch> show rsvp session detail

show rsvp session extensive

user@switch> show rsvp session extensive