Monitoring Detailed Configuration Information for Specified Destinations

Purpose

Display detailed configuration information about specified destinations.

Action

To display detailed configuration information about specified destinations:

To display information about a specific destination:

host1#show l2tp destination ip 172.31.1.98 
L2TP destination 1 is Up with 5 active tunnels and 64 active sessions

To display information about all destinations:

host1#show l2tp destination detail 1 
L2TP destination 1 is Up with 5 active tunnels and 64 active sessions
Configuration
  Administrative state is enabled
  SNMP traps are enabled
Destination address
  Transport ipUdp
  Virtual router default
  Local address 192.168.1.230, peer address 172.31.1.98
Destination status
  Effective administrative state is enabled
Sub-interfaces total active failed auth-errors
  Tunnels      5     5      0      0
  Sessions     64    64     0      n/a
Statistics    packets      octets       discards   errors
  Control rx  69           3251          2          0
  Control tx  195          23939         0          0
  Data rx     68383456     68383456      0          0
  Data tx     68383456     68383456       0         0

Meaning

Table 17 lists the show l2tp destination command output fields.

Table 17: show l2tp destination Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Configuration

Configured status of the destination

Administrative state

Administrative status of the destination:

  • enabled—No restrictions on creation and operation of sessions and tunnels for this destination
  • disabled—Router disabled existing sessions and tunnels and will not create new sessions or tunnels for this destination
  • drain—Router will not create new sessions or tunnels for this destination

SNMP traps

Whether or not the router sends traps to SNMP for operational state changes

Destination address

Address information for the specified destination

Transport

Method used to transfer traffic

Virtual

Name of the virtual router on which the tunnel is configured

Local and peer addresses

Addresses of the local and remote interfaces

Destination status

Effective administrative state—The more restrictive of the router and destination administrative states. This setting, rather than the administrative state of the destination, determines whether the router can create new sessions or tunnels and whether the sessions or tunnels are disabled for this destination.

Sub-interfaces

Sub-interface information about the L2TP destination

total

Number of sessions or tunnels that the router created for this destination

active

Number of operational sessions or tunnels for this destination

failed

Number of requests that did not reach an operational state for this destination

auth-errors

Number of requests that failed because the tunnel password was invalid for this destination

Statistics

Information about the traffic sent and received

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