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Monitoring RIP Routing Information

 

Purpose

Note

This topic applies only to the J-Web Application package.

Use the monitoring functionality to monitor RIP routing on routing devices.

Action

To view RIP routing information in the J-Web interface, select Monitor > Routing > RIP Information.

To view RIP routing information in the CLI, enter the following CLI commands:

  • show rip statistics

  • show rip neighbor

Meaning

Table 95 summarizes key output fields in the RIP routing display in the J-Web interface.

Table 95: Summary of Key RIP Routing Output Fields

Field

Values

Additional Information

RIP Statistics

Protocol Name

The RIP protocol name.

 

Port number

The port on which RIP is enabled.

 

Hold down time

The interval during which routes are neither advertised nor updated.

 

Global routes learned

Number of RIP routes learned on the logical interface.

 

Global routes held down

Number of RIP routes that are not advertised or updated during the hold-down interval.

 

Global request dropped

Number of requests dropped.

 

Global responses dropped

Number of responses dropped.

 
RIP Neighbors  

Neighbor

Name of the RIP neighbor.

This value is the name of the interface on which RIP is enabled. Click the name to see the details for this neighbor.

State

State of the RIP connection: Up or Dn (Down).

 

Source Address

Local source address.

This value is the configured address of the interface on which RIP is enabled.

Destination Address

Destination address.

This value is the configured address of the immediate RIP adjacency.

Send Mode

The mode of sending RIP messages.

 

Receive Mode

The mode in which messages are received.

 

In Metric

Value of the incoming metric configured for the RIP neighbor.