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    show ppp interface

    Syntax

    show ppp interface [ full | [ dataRestriction ]* [ protocolRestriction ]* ] [ state stateRestriction ] [ delta ] [ filter ]

    show ppp interface interfaceType interfaceSpecifier [ full | [ dataRestriction ]* [ protocolRestriction ]* ] [ delta ] [ filter ]

    For multilinked PPP interfaces, the following options are additionally available:

    show ppp interface mlppp [ interfaceSpecifier ] members [ filter ]

    show ppp interface mlppp links [ filter ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.
    eap keyword added in JunosE Release 7.3.0.

    Description

    Displays information about the PPP interface type that you specify.

    Note: The command displays statistics information about the corresponding PPP interfaces when the eap, pap, and chap keywords are used only with the statistics keyword. When the eap, pap, and chap keywords are used with other dataRestriction keywords, the command displays information about all PPP interfaces.

    Options

    • interfaceType—Interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers
    • interfaceSpecifier—Particular interface; format varies according to interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers
    • full—Displays configuration, status, and statistics information for the interface, including information specific to LCP, IPCP, OSINLCP, MPLSCP, PAP, and CHAP; equivalent to specifying config status statistics
    • dataRestriction—One or more of the following keywords; you can repeat a keyword without effect
      • config—Displays information about the PPP interface configuration
      • status—Displays information about the PPP interface operational status
      • statistics—Displays information about the PPP interface statistics
    • *—Indicates that one or more parameters can be repeated multiple times in a list in the command line
    • protocolRestriction—One or more of the following keywords
      • eap—Displays EAP-specific information
      • lcp—Displays LCP-specific information
      • ip—Displays IPCP-specific information
      • ipv6—Displays IPv6CP-specific information
      • osi—Displays OSINLCP-specific information
      • mpls—Displays MPLSCP-specific information
      • pap—Displays PAP-specific information
      • chap—Displays CHAP-specific information
    • stateRestriction—Information is displayed only for interfaces in one of the following specified states:
      • open—Interface is administratively enabled, meaning that the no ppp shutdown command is operational
      • closed—Interface is administratively disabled, meaning that the ppp shutdown command is operational
      • up—Interface on which the LCP has been negotiated
      • down—Interface on which the LCP has not been negotiated, the negotiations have failed, or the connection has been ended
      • lower-layer-down—Interface that is not up and is waiting for the lower layer to come up to initiate negotiations for LCP
      • not-present—Interface that is not present because the hardware is not available. When the interface is in this state, no detailed information is available.
      • passive—Interface with the operational status passive
      • tunneled—Tunneled PPP interfaces
      • no-ip—Interface on which IPCP is not configured
      • ip-open—Interface on which IPCP is administratively enabled, meaning that the no ppp shutdown ip command is operational
      • ip-closed—Interface on which IPCP is administratively disabled, meaning that the ppp shutdown ip command is operational
      • ip-up—Interface on which the IPCP has been negotiated
      • ip-down—Interface on which the IPCP has not been negotiated, the negotiations failed, or the connection has been ended
      • no-ipv6—Interface on which IPv6CP is not configured
      • ipv6-open—Interface on which IPv6CP is administratively enabled, meaning that the no ppp shutdown ipv6 command is operational
      • ipv6-closed—Interface on which IPv6CP is administratively disabled, meaning that the ppp shutdown ipv6 command is operational
      • ipv6-up—Interface on which the IPv6CP has been negotiated
      • ipv6-down—Interface on which the IPv6CP has not been negotiated, the negotiations failed, or the connection has been ended
      • no-osi—Interface on which OSINLCP is not configured
      • osi-open—Interface on which OSINLCP is administratively enabled, meaning that the no ppp shutdown osi command is operational
      • osi-closed—Interface on which OSINLCP is administratively disabled, meaning that the ppp shutdown osi command is operational
      • osi-up—Interface on which the OSINLCP has been negotiated
      • osi-down—Interface on which the OSINLCP has not been negotiated, the negotiations failed, or the connection has been ended
      • no-mpls—Interface on which MPLSCP is not configured
      • mpls-open—Interface on which MPLSCP is administratively enabled, meaning that the no ppp shutdown mpls command is operational
      • mpls-closed—Interface on which MPLSCP is administratively disabled, meaning that the ppp shutdown mpls command is operational
      • mpls-up—Interface on which the MPLSCP has been negotiated
      • mpls-down—Interface on which the MPLSCP has not been negotiated, the negotiations failed, or the connection has been ended
    • delta—Displays baselined statistics
    • filter—See Filtering show Commands
    • members—Lists all MLPPP member links, or only those for a specified MLPPP bundle
    • links—Lists all MLPPP encapsulated links, regardless of whether the links are members of an MLPPP bundle

    Mode

    Privileged Exec, User Exec

    Published: 2014-08-18