Monitoring BGP Routing Information
This topic applies only to the J-Web Application package.
Use the monitoring functionality to monitor BGP routing information on the routing device.
To view BGP routing information in the J-Web interface, select Monitor > Routing > BGP Information.
To view BGP routing information in the CLI, enter the following commands:
show bgp summary
show bgp neighbor
Table 96 summarizes key output fields in the BGP routing display in the J-Web interface.
Table 96: Summary of Key BGP Routing Output Fields
|BGP Peer Summary|
Number of BGP groups.
Number of BGP peers.
Number of unavailable BGP peers.
Address of each BGP peer.
|RIB Summary tab|
Name of the RIB group.
Total number of prefixes from the peer, both active and inactive, that are in the routing table.
Number of prefixes received from the EBGP peers that are active in the routing table.
Number of routes received from EBGP peers currently inactive because of damping or other reasons.
History of the routes received or suppressed.
Number of routes currently inactive because of damping or other reasons. These routes do not appear in the forwarding table and are not exported by routing protocols.
Number of pending routes.
Status of the graceful restart process for this routing table: BGP restart is complete, BGP restart in progress, VPN restart in progress, or VPN restart is complete.
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Address of the BGP neighbor.
AS number of the peer.
Current state of the BGP session:
Generally, the most common states are Active, which indicates a problem establishing the BGP connection, and Established, which indicates a successful session setup. The other states are transition states, and BGP sessions normally do not stay in those states for extended periods of time.
Elapsed time since the peering session was last reset.
Description of the BGP session.