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    Monitoring IGMP Proxy Interfaces

    Purpose

    Display information about the interface on which IGMP proxy is configured. To view information about a particular interface, enter an interface type and specifier, such as atm 3/0. For details about interface types and specifiers, see Interface Types and Specifiers in the JunosE Command Reference Guide. You can specify the brief keyword to display a summary rather than a detailed description.

    Action

    To display information about the specific interface on which IGMP proxy is configured:

    host1#show ip igmp-proxy interface atm 3/0.2
    Interface atm3/0.2 address 21.1.1.1/255.0.0.0
    Administrative state enabled, Operational state enabled
    Interface parameters: 
        Version 2
        State No v1 Router Present
        Unsolicited report interval 10 secs
        Version 1 router present timeout 400 secs
        0 multicast group
    Interface statistics: 
        Rcvd:  0 v1 query, 6 v2 queries
               0 v1 report, 0 v2 report
        Sent:  0 v1 report, 48 v2 reports, 0 leave

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the output fields of the show ip igmp-proxy interface command.

    Table 1: show ip igmp-proxy interface Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Interface

    Type of upstream interface. For details about interface types, see Interface Types and Specifiers in the JunosE Command Reference Guide.

    address

    Address of the upstream interface

    Administrative state

    State of the upstream interface in the software: enabled or disabled

    Operational state

    Physical state of the upstream interface: enabled or disabled

    Version

    IGMP version on this interface

    State

    Presence of IGMPv1 routers on the same subnet as this upstream interface

    Unsolicited report interval

    Time interval, in tenths of a second, at which this upstream interface sends an unsolicited group membership report

    Version 1 router present timeout

    How long, in seconds, that the upstream interface calculates an IGMPv1 router to exist on the subnet after that interface receives an IGMPv1 group membership query

    multicast group

    Number of multicast groups associated with this upstream interface

    Interface statistics Rcvd

    Statistics for messages received on this interface:

    • v1 queries—Number of IGMPv1 group membership queries received
    • v2 queries—Number of IGMPv2 group membership queries received
    • v1 reports—Number of IGMPv1 group membership reports received
    • v2 reports—Number of IGMPv2 group membership reports received

    Interface statistics Sent

    Statistics for messages sent from this interface:

    • v1 reports—Number of IGMPv1 leave group reports sent
    • v2 reports—Number of IGMPv2 leave group reports sent
    • leaves—Number of leave group membership messages sent

    Published: 2014-08-19