Monitoring Load-Balanced Martini Circuits

Purpose

Display information about load-balanced Martini circuits

Action

To display brief information about load-balanced Martini circuits:

host1#show mpls l2transport load-balancing-group member-circuits brief
4 member ports:
      fastEthernet 2/0  down
      fastEthernet 3/0  30 member circuits
      fastEthernet 4/0  30 member circuits
      fastEthernet 5/0  30 member circuits
    90 member circuits

To display detailed information about load-balanced Martini circuits:

host1#show mpls l2transport load-balancing-group 100 member-circuits
routed to 10.9.1.3  on base LSP  tun mpls:lsp-de090103-32-3e
  load-balancing-group 100
  Martini group-id 2 vc-id 200002 mtu 1500
  State UP
  In  Label 57 on stack                    
    0 pkts, 0 hcPkts, 0 octets
    0 hcOctets, 0 errors, 0 discardPkts
  Out Label 59 on  tun mpls:lsp-de090103-32-3e
    0 pkts, 0 hcPkts, 0 octets
    0 hcOctets, 0 errors, 0 discardPkts
    queue 0: traffic class best-effort, bound to atm-vc ATM6/0.1
      Queue length 0 bytes
      Forwarded packets 0, bytes 0
      Dropped committed packets 0, bytes 0
      Dropped conformed packets 0, bytes 0
      Dropped exceeded packets 0, bytes 0
  Member Interfaces
    Interface fastEthernet 2/0.2  active
      Incoming Traffic Statistics
        0 pkts, 0 hcPkts, 0 octets         
        0 hcOctets, 0 errors, 0 discardPkts
      Outgoing Traffic Statistics
        0 pkts, 0 hcPkts, 0 octets         
        0 hcOctets, 0 errors, 0 discardPkts
    Interface fastEthernet 3/0.2
      Incoming Traffic Statistics
        0 pkts, 0 hcPkts, 0 octets         
        0 hcOctets, 0 errors, 0 discardPkts
      Outgoing Traffic Statistics
        0 pkts, 0 hcPkts, 0 octets         
        0 hcOctets, 0 errors, 0 discardPkts

Note: For a simpler view, the show mpls l2transport interface command displays only the currently active VLAN or S-VLAN subinterface. Because load-balanced circuits are configured on subinterfaces on multiple ports, only one of which is active at a given time, this command does not give a complete picture of the configuration.

Meaning

Table 100 lists the show mpls l2transport load-balancing-group command output fields.

Table 100: show mpls l2transport load-balancing-group Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

routed to/base LSP

Identifies address of the router at the other end of the tunnel and the base tunnel that is selected to forward the traffic

load-balancing group

Group number

Martini group-id

Martini group ID number for the interface

state

State of the interface

vc-id

VC ID number for the interface

mtu

Maximum transmission unit for the inter

In label

Label sent to upstream neighbor for route; statistics below this field are the aggregate statistics for traffic from the core

Out label

Label received from downstream neighbor for route; statistics below this field are the aggregate statistics for traffic to the core

pkts

Number of packets sent across tunnel

hcPkts

Number of high-capacity (64-bit) packets sent across tunnel

octets

Number of octets sent across tunnel

hcOctets

Number of high-capacity (64-bit) octets sent across tunnel

errors

Number of packets dropped for some reason before being sent

queue 0

Number of the queue for which statistics are being displayed and whether the queue is under traffic class control

traffic class

Name of traffic class

bound to

Interface to which queue is bound

Queue length

Size of queue in length and bytes

Forwarded

Number of forwarded packets and bytes

Dropped committed

Number of committed packets and bytes dropped

Dropped conformed

Number of conformed packets and bytes dropped

Dropped exceeded

Number of exceeded packets and bytes dropped

discardPkts

Number of packets discarded due to lack of buffer space before being sent

Member Interfaces

Information about the member interfaces for the circuit

Interface

Interface specifier and status; active indicates it is being used for traffic from the core; if active is not displayed, interface is not currently being used for traffic, but the statistics may be valid

member ports

Number and type of candidate ports configured for the group, including interface specifiers and state

member circuits

Number of member circuits configured for each port and for the group

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