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    debug ip bgp

    Syntax

    debug ip bgp [ in | out ] [ peerAddress [ peerAddressMask ] ] [ bgpLog ]
    [ router routerName ] [ filtering-router filteringRouterName ] [ accessClassName ]
    [ route-map mapName ] [ severity { severityValue | severityNumber } ]
    [ verbosity verbosityLevel ] [ secondary ]

    no debug ip bgp [ in | out ] [ peerAddress [ peerAddressMask ] ] [ bgpLog ]
    [ router routerName ] [ filtering-router filteringRouterName ] [ accessClassName ]
    [ route-map mapName ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    Description

    Shows information about the selected variable. The no version disables the display.

    Options

    • in—Displays information for inbound events
    • out—Displays information for outbound events
    • peerAddress—IP address of BGP peer for which information is displayed
    • peerAddressMask—Network mask of BGP peer for which information is displayed
    • bgpLog—BGP log of interest; one of the following options:
      • dampening—BGP dampening event; route is suppressed or no longer suppressed by route-flap dampening
      • events—BGP finite state machine events and transitions
      • keepalives—BGP keepalive message events
      • next-hops—BGP next hop events
      • updates—BGP routing table update events
    • routerName—Name of the virtual router that owns the BGP router for which information is being displayed
    • filteringRouterName—Name of the virtual router that owns the access class and route map parameters
    • accessClassName—Name of an access list to filter output
    • mapName—Name of a route map to filter output
    • severity—Specifies the minimum severity of the log messages displayed for the selected category; described either by a descriptive term—severityValue—or by a corresponding number—severityNumber—in the range 0–7; the lower the number, the higher the priority:
      • emergency or 0—System unusable
      • alert or 1—Immediate action needed
      • critical or 2—Critical condition exists
      • error or 3—Error condition
      • warning or 4—Warning condition
      • notice or 5—Normal but significant condition
      • info or 6—Informational message
      • debug or 7—Debug message
    • verbosityLevel—Verbosity of the log category's messages; can be any of the following:
      • low—Terse
      • medium—Moderate detail
      • high—Verbose
    • secondary—Indicates that the specified filter conditions for the log are imposed in addition to any that were previously specified; if omitted, the specified filter conditions replace any that were previously specified

    Mode

    Privileged Exec

    Published: 2014-08-14