Monitoring Subscriber Policy Rules

Purpose

Display the set of forwarding and filtering rules for all subscriber policies configured on the router, or for a specified subscriber policy.

Action

To display the rules for a specified subscriber policy:

host1#show subscriber-policy client01
  Subscriber: client01
  ARP                 : Permit
  Broadcast           : Permit
  Multicast           : Deny
  Unknown Destination : Deny
  IP                  : Permit
  Unknown Protocol    : Permit
  Unicast             : Permit
  PPPoE               : Permit
  Relearn             : Deny
  Mpls                : Permit

To display the rules for all default and nondefault subscriber policies configured on the router:

host1#show subscriber-policy
Subscriber: default Subscriber
  ARP                 : Permit
  Broadcast           : Deny
  Multicast           : Permit
  Unknown Destination : Deny
  IP                  : Permit
  Unknown Protocol    : Permit
  Unicast             : Permit
  PPPoE               : Permit
  Relearn             : Permit
  Mpls                : Permit
Subscriber: default Trunk
  ARP                 : Permit
  Broadcast           : Permit
  Multicast           : Permit
  Unknown Destination : Permit
  IP                  : Permit
  Unknown Protocol    : Permit
  Unicast             : Permit
  PPPoE               : Permit
  Relearn             : Permit
  Mpls                : Permit
  Subscriber: client01
  ARP                 : Permit
  Broadcast           : Permit
  Multicast           : Deny
  Unknown Destination : Deny
  IP                  : Permit
  Unknown Protocol    : Permit
  Unicast             : Permit
  PPPoE               : Permit
  Relearn             : Deny
  Mpls                : Permit

Meaning

Table 127 lists the show subscriber-policy command output fields.

Table 127: show subscriber-policy Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Subscriber

Name of the subscriber policy

Permit

Indicates that the subscriber interface forwards packets of the specified type. For the relearn attribute, specifies that relearning a MAC address entry on a different interface from the one initially associated with this entry in the forwarding table is allowed on this interface

Deny

Indicates that the subscriber interface filters packets of the specified type. For the relearn attribute, specifies that relearning is prohibited on this interface

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