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    show l2tp tunnel


    show l2tp tunnel [ detail ] [ state { adminState | ifOperStatus |
    failover-resync failoverResyncMode } ]
    [ l2tpName | [ virtual-router vrName ] ip ipAddress [ l2tpNameNoDest ] ] [ filter ]

    To display summary information:

    show l2tp tunnel summary [ filter ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.
    failover-resync keyword and failoverResyncMode variable added in JunosE Release 9.0.0.


    Displays detailed information about the configured and operational status of selected L2TP tunnels or summary information for all L2TP tunnels.


    • detail—Provides complete information about the specified sessions, including the L2TP host profile name
    • adminState—Displays information about tunnels only with the specified effective administrative state
      • enabled—Effective administrative state is disabled
      • disabled—Effective administrative state is enabled
      • drain—Effective administrative state is drain
    • ifOperStatus—Displays information about tunnels only with the specified operational state
      • up—Operational state is up
      • down—Operational state is down
      • lower-down— Operational state is lower down
      • not-present—Operational state is not-present
    • failoverResyncMode—Displays information about tunnels that use the specified failover resynchronization mode:
      • disable—Peer failover resynchronization is disabled
      • failover-protocol—Uses the L2TP failover protocol method
      • failover-protocol-fallback-to-silent-failover—Uses the L2TP failover protocol method; however, if the peer does not support this method, the silent failover method is used
      • not-configured—Uses the global failover method because peer failover resynchronization is not configured for L2TP host profiles and AAA domain map tunnels
      • silent-failover—Uses the L2TP silent failover method
    • l2tpName—Tunnel name
    • vrName—Name of the virtual router on which the tunnel exists
    • ipAddress—IP address
    • l2tpNameNoDest—Tunnel name
    • filter—See Filtering show Commands
    • summary—Displays the configured and operational status of all L2TP tunnels


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    Published: 2014-08-20