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    Monitoring MPLS-Related Settings for VPLS

    Purpose

    Display MPLS-related settings for VPLS instances.

    Action

    To display information for a specific MPLS label being used for forwarding:

    host1:ve1#show mpls forwarding label 17
    In label: 17
      Label space: platform label space
      Owner: bgp
      Spoof check: router pe1
      Action: 
        MPLS next-hop: 3, Forward to bridge-group customer1
      Statistics:
        0 in pkts
        0 in Octets
        0 in errors
        0 in discard pkts

    To display summary information for all MPLS labels being used for forwarding:

    host1:ve1#show mpls forwarding brief
    
    In-label   Owner    Action
    --------   -----    ----------------------------------
    17         bgp      Forward to bridge-group customer1
    27         bgp      Forward to bridge-group customer2

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show mpls forwarding command output fields.

    Table 1: show mpls forwarding Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    In label

    Label sent to upstream neighbor for route

    Out label

    Label received from downstream neighbor for route

    Label space

    Label space in which the label is assigned

    Owner

    Signaling protocol that placed the label in the forwarding table: BGP, LDP, or RSVP-TE

    Spoof check

    Type and location of spoof checking performed on the MPLS packet, router, or interface

    Action

    Action taken for MPLS packets arriving with that label

    in pkts

    Number of packets sent with the label

    in Octets

    Number of octets sent with the label

    in errors

    Number of packets that are dropped for some reason before being sent

    in discardPkts

    Number of packets that are discarded due to lack of buffer space before being sent

     

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    Published: 2014-08-18