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    Commands Used to Monitor IP

    You can monitor the following aspects of IP using show ip commands:

    To Display

    Command

    RTR information

    show rtr application

    show rtr collection-statistics

    show rtr configuration

    show rtr history

    show rtr hops

    show rtr operational-state

    Access lists

    show access-list

    show ip as-path-access-list

    ARP

    show arp

    General IP information

    show ip

    IP addresses

    show ip address

    Community lists

    show ip community-list

    Routing table

    show ip forwarding-table slot

    show forwarding-table route-holddown

    Interfaces

    show ip interface

    Shared IP interfaces

    show ip interface shares

    Protocols

    show ip protocols

    Redistribution policies

    show ip redistribute

    Routes

    show ip route

    Interfaces and next hops

    show ip route slot

    Socket statistics

    show ip socket statistics

    Static routes

    show ip static

    TCP ACK, RST, and SYN protection status

    show tcp ack-rst-and-syn

    Black hole threshold information

    show tcp path-mtu-discovery

    TCP PAWS protection status

    show tcp paws

    TCP resequence buffer information

    show tcp resequence-buffers

    TCP statistics

    show tcp statistics

    Traffic

    show ip traffic

    UDP statistics

    show ip udp statistics

    Profiles

    show ip profile

    show profile brief

    Route maps

    show route-map

    To set a statistics baseline for IP interfaces, use the baseline tcp and baseline ip udp commands. Use the delta keyword with IP show commands to specify that baselined statistics are to be shown.

    You can use the output filtering feature of the show command to include or exclude lines of output based on a text string that you specify. See JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide, for details.

    Published: 2014-08-13