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    Monitoring Active IPv6 Protocols

    Purpose

    Display detailed information about IPv6 protocols currently configured on the router.

    Note:

    • You must configure an IPv6 license using the license ipv6 command before using the IPv6 routing protocol configuration commands on the E Series router.
    • All IPv6 routing protocol-related configurations are removed from the virtual router when you issue the no ipv6 command.

    Action

    To display detailed information about IPv6 protocols currently configured on the router:

    host1#show ipv6 protocols
    Routing Protocol is “ bgp 100"
      Local router ID 1.1.1.1, local AS 100
      Administrative state is Start
      Operational state is Up
      Shutdown in overload state is disabled
      Default local preference is 100
      IGP synchronization is enabled
      Default originate is disabled
      Auto summary is enabled
      Always compare MED is disabled
      Compare MED within confederation is disabled
      Advertise inactive routes is disabled
      Advertise best external route to internal peers is disabled
      Enforce first AS is disabled
      Missing MED as worst is disabled
      Route flap dampening is disabled
      Log neighbor changes is disabled
      Fast External Fallover is disabled
      No maximum received AS-path length
      BGP administrative distances are 20 (ext), 200 (int), and 200 (local)
      Client-to-client reflection is enabled
      Cluster ID is 1.1.1.1
      Route-target filter is enabled
      Default IPv4-unicast is enabled
      Local-RIB version 8. FIB version 8.
      Neighbor(s):
        No neighbors are configured
      Routing for Networks:
      Aggregate Generation for Unicast Routes:

    To display only a list of currently configured protocols:

    host1#show ipv6 protocols summary
    bgp 100

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show ipv6 protocols command output fields.

    Table 1: show ipv6 protocols Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Local router ID

    Router ID of the local router

    Local AS

    AS number of local router

    Administrative state

    Administrative state of the protocol

    Operational state

    Operational state of the protocol

    Shutdown in overload state

    Status of shutdown in an overload state

    Default local preference

    Default value for local preference

    IGP synchronization

    Indicates whether synchronization is enabled or disabled

    Default originate

    Indicates whether network 0.0.0.0 is redistributed into BGP

    Auto summary

    Status of autosummary

    Always compare MED

    Status of always compare MED

    Compare MED within confederation

    Status of compare MED within a confederation

    Advertise inactive routes

    Status of Advertise inactive routes

    Advertise best external router to internal peers

    Status of Advertise best external router to internal peers

    Enforce first AS

    Status of Enforce first AS

    Missing MED as worst

    Status of Missing MED as worst

    Route flap dampening

    Status of route dampening

    Log neighbor changes

    Status of Log neighbor changes

    Fast External Fallover

    Status of Fast External Fallover

    Maximum received AS-path length

    Maximum AS-path length received

    BGP administrative distances

    External, internal, and local BGP administrative distances

    Client-to-client reflection

    Whether client-to-client reflection is configured

    Cluster ID

    Cluster IDs

    Route-target filter

    Status of Route-target filter

    Default IPv4-unicast

    Status of Default IPv4-unicast

    Local-RIB version

    RIB version

    Local-FIB version

    FIB version

    Neighbor(s)

    BGP neighbors (if configured)

    Networks for which routing is occurring

    Networks for which routing is occurring

    Aggregate Generation for Unicast Routes

    Aggregate generation for unicast routes

     
     

    Published: 2014-08-13