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    Determine Which Routing Engine You Are Logged In To

    1. Display Routing Engine Status
    2. Display the Router Hardware

    Display Routing Engine Status

    Purpose

    To determine the Routing Engine to which you are currently logged in to.

    Action

    To determine which Routing Engine you are logged in to, use the following CLI command:

    user@host> show chassis routing-engine

    Sample Output

    user@host> show chassis routing-engine
    Routing Engine status:
      Slot 0:
        Current state                  Master
        Election priority              Master (default)
        Temperature                 29 degrees C / 84 degrees F
        DRAM                      2048 MB
        Memory utilization          11 percent
        CPU utilization:
          User                       0 percent
          Background                 0 percent
          Kernel                     2 percent
          Interrupt                  0 percent
          Idle                      98 percent
        Model                          RE-3.0
        Serial ID                      P10865701859
        Start time                     2004-04-15 18:45:12 UTC
        Uptime                        6 days, 3 hours, 56 minutes, 8 seconds
    Routing Engine status:
      Slot 1:
        Current state                  Backup
        Election priority              Backup (default)
        Temperature                 26 degrees C / 78 degrees F
        DRAM                      2048 MB
        Memory utilization          10 percent
        CPU utilization:
    [...Output truncated...]
    

    Meaning

    The output from the show chassis hardware command indicates that you are logged in to the master Routing Engine because this command can only be used on the master Routing Engine.

    If you are not logged in to the master Routing Engine, you will see the following command output:

    user@host> show chassis hardware
    error: Aborted! This command can only be used on the master routing engine.
    

    Display the Router Hardware

    Purpose

    To display information about the router hardware.

    Action

    To determine which Routing Engine you are logged in to, use the following command:

    user@host> show chassis hardware
    Hardware inventory:
    Item             Version  Part number  Serial number     Description
    Chassis                                65565             M320
    Midplane         REV 05   710-009120   RB0662            M320 Midplane
    FPM GBUS         REV 04   710-005928   HV7564            M320 Board
    FPM Display      REV 05   710-009351   HY0996            M320 FPM Display
    CIP              REV 04   710-005926   HV2440            M320 CIP
    PEM 0            Rev 03   740-009148   QD17663           DC Power Entry Module
    PEM 1            Rev 03   740-009148   QD17664           DC Power Entry Module
    PEM 2            Rev 03   740-009148   QD17662           DC Power Entry Module
    PEM 3            Rev 03   740-009148   QD16006           DC Power Entry Module
    Routing Engine 0 REV 05   740-008883   P11123900322      RE-4.0
    Routing Engine 1 REV 05   740-008883   P11123900311      RE-4.0
    CB 0             REV 07   710-009115   HW8716            M320 Control Board
    CB 1             REV 07   710-009115   HW8693            M320 Control Board
    [...Output truncated...]
    

    Meaning

    The output from the show chassis hardware command indicates that you are logged in to the master Routing Engine because this command can only be used on the master Routing Engine.

    If you are not logged in to the master Routing Engine, you will see the following command output:

    user@host> show chassis hardware
    error: Aborted! This command can only be used on the master routing engine.
    

    Published: 2012-08-20