Monitoring Tunnel-Service Interfaces

Purpose

Displays status and configuration information for dedicated and shared tunnel-server ports and tunnel-service interfaces configured on the router. Unconfigured tunnel-server ports are not displayed in the output.

You can display information for a specific tunnel-server port or for all tunnel-server ports. Use the optional config keyword to display information about available and provisioned tunnel-service interfaces on each port, and to indicate whether modules that support the use of dedicated or shared tunnel-server ports are currently installed in the router.

Note: The E120 and E320 Broadband Services routers output for monitor and show commands is identical to output from other E Series routers, except that the E120 and E320 router output also includes information about the adapter identifier in the interface specifier (slot/adapter/port).

Action

To display information about a dedicated tunnel-server port on an SM:

host1#show tunnel-server
                  Card      Oper     Active      Max         
   Port:Appl      Type      State  Interfaces Interfaces Fill
--------------- ---------  ------- ---------- ---------- ----
       Port 8/0 dedicated  present          1       8000 0.0%
   IPsec-tunnel               down          0          0 0.0%
IPsec-transport               down          0          0 0.0%
           l2tp                 up          0       8000 0.0%
      gre/dvmrp                 up          1       4000 0.0%
    Appl Totals                                           
   IPsec-tunnel                             0          0 0.0%
IPsec-transport                             0          0 0.0%
           l2tp                             0       8000 0.0%
      gre/dvmrp                             1       4000 0.0%
          total                             2      12000 0.0%

To display information about a dedicated tunnel-server port on an ISM:

host1#show tunnel-server
                  Card      Oper     Active      Max         
   Port:Appl      Type      State  Interfaces Interfaces Fill
--------------- ---------  ------- ----------  ---------- ----
       Port 2/0 dedicated  present        1        8000 0.0%
   IPsec-tunnel                 up        0           0 0.0%
IPsec-transport               down        0           0 0.0%
           l2tp               down        0        8000 0.0%
      gre/dvmrp                 up        1        4000 0.0%
    Appl Totals                                          
   IPsec-tunnel                           0           0 0.0%
IPsec-transport                           0           0 0.0%
           l2tp                           0       16000 0.0%
      gre/dvmrp                           2        8000 0.0%
          total                           2       16000 0.0%

To display information about a specific shared tunnel-server port:

host1#show tunnel-server 2/2/0
                  Card      Oper     Active      Max         
   Port:Appl      Type      State  Interfaces Interfaces Fill
--------------- ---------  ------- ---------- ---------- ----
       Port 2/2   shared   present          0       4000 0.0%
   IPsec-tunnel               down          0          0 0.0%
IPsec-transport               down          0          0 0.0%
           l2tp                 up          0       4000 0.0%
      gre/dvmrp                 up          0       4000 0.0%

To display configuration information about dedicated and shared tunnel-server ports

host1#show tunnel-server config
                          Server Ports
                          ------------
                                         Provisioned
  Port      Type     MaximumInterfaces   Interfaces    HwPresent     Bandwidth-Reserved
--------   -------   -----------------   -----------   ---------     ----------------- 
Port 2/2/0   shared       8000                0             yes		   	N/A
Port 8/0/0   dedicated    16000               8000          yes		   	N/A
Port 12/0/0  shared       8000                0             yes		   	90

Meaning

Table 29 lists the show tunnel-server command output fields:

Table 29: show tunnel-server Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Port:Appl

Identifier in slot/port or slot/adapter/port format for the module or tunneling application:

  • slot—Number of the slot in the chassis where the module resides
  • adapter—Number of the bay in which the I/O adapter (IOA) resides.

    This identifier applies only to dedicated and shared tunnel-server ports configured on the E120 and E320 routers. Dedicated tunnel-server ports are always adapter 0; shared tunnel-server ports are always adapter 2.

  • port—Number of the tunnel-server port on the module; for dedicated tunnel-server ports, this is a virtual port number that is always 0; for shared tunnel-server ports, this is a virtual port number dynamically assigned by the router

Card Type or Active Type

Type of port: dedicated or shared

Oper State or Max State

Physical state of the port or application:

  • up—Port or application is available
  • down—Port or application is unavailable
  • present—Module associated with this port is installed
  • not present—Module associated with this port has been removed
  • pending—Router has not yet detected all previously configured modules during a reboot or initial installation of the module

Active Interfaces or Interfaces

Number of tunnel-service interfaces currently configured on this port

Max Interfaces

Total number of tunnel-service interfaces available on this module

Fill

Percentage of available interfaces used by a server port, an application on a server port, an application on all server ports, and all server ports

Appl Totals

Statistics for each application

Server Ports

Displays configuration information about dedicated and shared tunnel-server ports on the router; this display format appears only when the config keyword is specified:

  • Port—Identifier in slot/port format (ERX7xx models, ERX14xx models, and ERX310 routers) or slot/adapter/port format (E120 and E320 routers) for the module on which the tunnel-server port resides
  • Type—Type of tunnel-server port: dedicated or shared
  • MaximumInterfaces—Total number of tunnel-service interfaces available on this module
  • Provisioned Interfaces—Total number of tunnel-service interfaces currently provisioned on this port
  • HwPresent—Indicates whether a module that supports the specified tunnel-server port is currently installed in the router: yes or no

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