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    Monitoring Detailed Configuration Information about Specified Sessions

    Purpose

    Display detailed configuration information about specified sessions.

    Action

    To display detailed configuration information about specified sessions:

    To display L2TP session:

    host1#show l2tp session 
    L2TP session 1/1/1 is Up
    1 L2TP session found

    To display L2TP session details:

    host1#show l2tp session detail 
    L2TP session 1/1/1 is Up
    Configuration
      Administrative state is enabled
      SNMP traps are enabled
    Session status
      Effective administrative state is enabled
      State is established
      Local session id is 25959, peer session id is 2
    Statistics packets octets discards errors
      Data rx  7       237    1        0
      Data tx  6       160    0        0
    Session operational configuration
      User name is 't1.s1@local'
      Tunneling PPP interface atm 0/0.1
      Call type is lacIncoming
      Call serial number is 0
      Bearer type is none
      Framing type is none
      Proxy LCP was provided
      Authentication method was chap   Tunnel switch profile is chicago

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show l2tp session command output fields.

    Table 1: show l2tp session Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Configuration

    Configured status of the session

    Administrative state

    Administrative status of the destination:

    • enabled—No restrictions on the operation of this session
    • disabled—Router terminated this session

    SNMP traps

    Whether or not the router sends traps to Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) for operational state changes

    Session status

    Session status of the destination

    Effective administrative state

    Most restrictive of the following administrative states: router, destination, tunnel, and session. This setting, rather than the administrative state of the session, determines whether the router can maintain this session or not.

    State

    Status of the session: idle, connecting, established, or disconnecting

    Local and peer session id

    Names the router uses to identify the session locally and remotely

    Statistics

    Information about the traffic for this session

    Session operational configuration

    Information received from the peer when the session was created

     

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    Published: 2014-08-20