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    Monitoring Chassis-Wide Routes Downloaded by the RADIUS Route-Download Server

    Purpose

    Display chassis-wide information about routes that are downloaded by RADIUS route-download servers.

    Use the optional detail keyword to display more detailed information about the downloaded routes.

    Use the optional start keyword to specify the first router context that you want to display in the output. For example, aaa:a2 specifies that the display shows a list of router contexts starting with VRF a2 in virtual router aaa.

    Action

    To display chassis-wide information about IPv4 routes that are downloaded by RADIUS route-download servers:

    host1#show aaa route-download routes global     
                                            Number
                                              of  
    Virtual Router        VRF       Present Routes
    --------------- --------------- ------- ------
    aaa                             n       4     
    aaa             a1              n       4     
    default                         y       4     
    default         d1              n       4 

    To display more detailed information about the downloaded IPv4 routes:

    host1# show aaa route-download routes global detail
    Virtual Router VRF Present Prefix/Length Type NextHop Dst/Met Intf Tag --------------- --- ------- --------------- -------- --------------- ------- ----- --- aaa n 192.168.1.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa n 192.168.1.2/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa n 192.168.3.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa n 192.168.4.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa a1 n 192.168.5.3/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa a1 n 192.168.7.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa a1 n 192.168.7.5/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 aaa a1 n 192.168.9.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default y 192.168.22.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default y 192.168.23.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default y 192.168.24.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default y 192.168.25.1/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default d1 n 192.168.40.6/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default d1 n 192.168.40.7/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default d1 n 192.168.40.8/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0 default d1 n 192.168.40.9/32 Access-P 255.255.255.255 0/2 null0 0

    To specify the first router context that you want to display in the output:

    host1#show aaa route-download routes global start aaa:a2
                                            Number
                                              of  
    Virtual Router        VRF       Present Routes
    --------------- --------------- ------- ------
    default                         y       4     
    default         d1              n       4 

    To display chassis-wide information about IPv6 routes that are downloaded by RADIUS route-download servers:

    host1#show aaa route-download ipv6 routes global     
                                            Number
                                              of
    Virtual Router        VRF       Present Routes
    --------------- --------------- ------- ------
    def                             y       3
    def             temp            y       1
    default                         y       13
    Context1                        n       27
    test                            n       36
    

    To display more detailed information about the downloaded IPv6 routes:

    host1# show aaa route-download ipv6 routes global detail
    Virtual Router VRF Present Prefix/Length Type Dst/Met Intf Tag ------- ---- ------- ------------- -------- ------- ----- --- def y f00b::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 def y f00b::3/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 def y f00b::4/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 def temp y f00b::1/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f001::1/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f002::1/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f002::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f002::3/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f002::4/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f003::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f004::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f005::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f006::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0 default y f007::2/128 Access-P 0/2 null0 0

    To specify the router context that you want to display in the output:

    host1#show aaa route-download ipv6 routes global start Context1
                                            Number
                                              of
    Virtual Router        VRF       Present Routes
    --------------- --------------- ------- ------
    Context1                        n       27
    test                            n       36
    

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show aaa route-download routes global command and show aaa route-download ipv6 routes global command output fields.

    Table 1: show aaa route-download routes global Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Virtual Router

    Name of the virtual router used to download the routes

    VRF

    Name of the VRF used to download the routes

    Present

    Routes have been downloaded; y (yes) or n (no) indicates if the router context has been created.

    Number of Routes

    Number of current downloaded routes

    Prefix/Length

    IP address prefix and mask information for downloaded routes

    Type

    Type of downloaded routes; Access-P indicates routes downloaded from the RADIUS route-download server

    NextHop

    IP address of the next hop

    Dst/Met

    Administrative distance and number of hops for the route

    Tag

    Tag assigned to downloaded routes

    Intf

    Interface type and specifier

    Published: 2014-08-20