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show validation session

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 12.2.

Description

Display information about all sessions or a specific session with a resource public key infrastructure (RPKI) cache server.

Options

noneDisplay information about all sessions.
destination(Optional) Display information about a specific session.
brief | detail(Optional) Display the specified level of output.
instance instance-name(Optional) Display information about sessions for the specified routing instance. The instance name can be master for the main instance, or any valid configured instance name or its prefix.
logical-system logical-system-name(Optional) Perform this operation on a particular logical system.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show validation session brief

show validation session detail

Output Fields

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

Table 1: show validation session Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Level of Output

Session

IP address of the RPKI cache server.

All levels

State

State of the connection between the routing device and the cache server. Up means that the connection is established. Connect means that the connection is not established.

All levels

Flaps

Number of attempts to establish a session.

None and brief

Uptime

Length of time that the session has remained establshed.

None and brief

#IPv4/IPv6 records

Number of IPv4 and IPv6 route validation records.

None and brief

Session index

Every session has an index number.

detail

Group

Name of the group to which the session belongs

detail

Preference

Each cache server has a preference. Higher preferences are preferred. During a session start or restart, the routing device attempts to start a session with the cache server that has the numerically highest preference. The routing device connects to multiple cache servers in preference order.

The default preference is 100. The preference is configurable with the preference statement.

detail

Port

TCP port number for the outgoing connection with the cache server. The well-known RPKI port is TCP port 2222. For a given deployment, an RPKI cache server might listen on some other TCP port number. If so, you can configure the alternative port number with the port statement.

detail

Refresh time

Liveliness check interval for an RPKI cache server. Everyrefresh-time (seconds), a serial query protocol data unit (PDU) with the last known serial number is transmitted. The hold-time must be at least 2 x the refresh-time.

detail

Hold time

Length of time in seconds that the session between the routing device and the cache server is considered operational without any activity. After the hold time expires, the session is dropped.

Reception of any PDU from the cache server resets the hold timer. The hold-time is 600 seconds, by default, and must be least 2 x the refresh-time. If the hold time expires, the session is considered to be down. This, in turn, triggers a session restart event. During a session restart, the routing device attempts to start a session with the cache server that has the numerically highest preference.

detail

Record Life time

Amount of time that route validation (RV) records learned from a cache server are valid. RV records expire if the session to the cache server goes down and remains down for the record-lifetime (seconds).

detail

Serial (Full Update)

Number of full serial updates.

detail

Serial (Incremental Update)

Number of incremental serial updates.

detail

Session flaps

Number of attempts to establish a session.

detail

Session uptime

Length of time that the session has remained establshed.

detail

Last PDU received

Time when the most recent PDU was received.

detail

IPv4 prefix count

Number of IPv4 sessions.

detail

IPv6 prefix count

Number of IPv6 sessions.

detail

Sample Output

show validation session brief

user@host> show validation session brief

show validation session detail

user@host> show validation session detail