Monitoring PIM Remote Neighbors for IPv6

Purpose

Display information about PIM remote neighbors.

Action

To display information about PIM remote neighbors:

host1:boston#show ipv6 pim remote-neighbor 
PIM RemoteNbr Table
RemoteNbr Addr  OurEnd Addr     Ver Mode        Nbr   Hello  DR Addr
                                                Count Intvl
1001::1         2001::1         2   Sparse      1     30     ::107:84
      In interface : atm2/1.109
      Out interface: atm2/1.108

Meaning

Table 83 lists the show ipv6 pim remote-neighbor command output fields.

Table 83: show ipv6 pim remote-neighbor Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Remote Nbr Addr

IPv6 address of remote neighbor

OurEnd Addr

IPv6 address of local interface, such as the local endpoint of a tunnel, that transmits data to remote neighbor

Ver

Version of PIM running on the local interface

Mode

PIM mode running on the local interface; always PIM sparse mode

Nbr Count

Number of remote neighbors detected: 0 or 1

Hello Intvl

Time interval at which the interface sends hello messages to neighbors

DR Addr

Address of designated router

In interface

Type and identifier of the interface on which PIM router receives packets from remote neighbor. For details about interface types and specifiers, see Interface Types and Specifiers in JunosE Command Reference Guide.

Out interface

Type and identifier of the interface on which PIM router sends packets to remote neighbor. For details about interface types and specifiers, see Interface Types and Specifiers in JunosE Command Reference Guide.

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