Monitoring the Redundancy Status of Applications

Purpose

Display the redundancy status of the applications.

Action

To display the applications that do not support high availability. 

host1#show redundancy clients
 
Unsupported High Availability Clients
 -------------------------------------
       client           configuration
---------------------   -------------
DHCP Proxy Client           safe
Global Ipv6                 safe
IPsec Transport (ITM)       safe
l2tpDialoutGenerator        safe
DHCPv6 Local Server         safe
Radius Relay Server         safe

You can also display the redundancy status information of all clients. Specifies whether the client supports high availability and also the safety level of configuration. For instance, if an unsupported client is configured on a router with high availability enabled, the configuration reads “unsafe”.

host1#show redundancy clients all
High Availability Client Information
         ------------------------------------
       client              mode       configuration
---------------------   -----------   -------------
atm1483DataService       supported        safe
AA83                     supported        safe
aaaServer                supported        safe
atmAal5                  supported        safe
AAQS                     supported        safe
atm                      supported        safe
Bridged Ethernet         supported        safe
Transparent Bridging     supported        safe
dcm                      supported        safe
dhcpExternal             supported        safe
DHCP Proxy Client       unsupported       safe
DS1                      supported        safe
DS3                      supported        safe
ethernet                 supported        safe
Flow Inspection          supported        safe
frameRelay               supported        safe
FT1                      supported        safe
Global Ipv6             unsupported       safe
Global Ip                supported        safe
HDLC                     supported        safe
IKEP                     supported        safe
ipflowstats              supported        safe
IpSubscriberManager      supported        safe
IPTU                     supported        safe
IPVR                     supported        safe
IPsec Transport (ITM)   unsupported       safe
l2tpDialoutGenerator    unsupported       safe
l2tp                     supported        safe
LMGR                     supported        safe
DHCPv4 Local Server      supported        safe
DHCPv6 Local Server     unsupported       safe
MPLS                     supported        safe
PMGR                     supported        safe
pppoe                    supported        safe
ppp                      supported        safe
qos                      supported        safe
Radius Relay Server     unsupported       safe
RSVP                     supported        safe
SCM                      supported        safe
slotHelper               supported        safe
Cisco HDLC               supported        safe
ServiceManager           supported        safe
Sonet                    supported        safe
SonetPath                supported        safe
SonetVT                  supported        safe
IPsec Tunnel (ST)        supported        safe

Meaning

Table 10 lists the show redundancy clients command output fields.

Table 10: show redundancy clients Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

client

High availability client.

mode

High availability status of the client. Possible values: supported or unsupported.

Configuration

Safety level of the configuration based on whether or not the client is supported or unsupported and in case of those unsupported, whether or not the client has been configured. For example, if an unsupported client has been configured on a router with high availability enabled, the configuration reads “unsafe”.

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