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    Monitoring the Prefix Trees Configured on the Router

    Purpose

    Display information about the prefix trees currently configured on the router.

    You can use the summary keyword to display abbreviated information about prefix trees.

    Action

    To display information about the prefix trees currently configured on the router:

    host1#show ip prefix-tree
    Prefix-tree with the last deletion/insertion: t_abc5
    ip prefix-tree name t_abc1: 1 entries
       permit 108.243.0.0/16
    ip prefix-tree name t_abc2: 3 entries
       permit 101.10.254.0/24
       permit 102.10.248.0/21
       permit 103.10.192.0/18
       permit 108.109.0.0/16
       permit 108.109.241.0/24
    ip prefix-tree name t_abc3: 1 entries
       deny 108.0.0.0/8

    To display abbreviated information about prefix trees by using the summary keyword:

    host1#show ip prefix-tree summary
    Total memory used for prefix-tree: 860 bytes
    Prefix-tree with the last deletion/insertion: t_abc5
    ip prefix-tree name t_abc1:
       count: 1
    ip prefix-tree name t_abc2:
       count: 5
    ip prefix-tree name t_abc3:
       count: 1 
     

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    Published: 2014-08-12