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    Checklist for Monitoring Redundant Routing Engines


    You monitor redundant Routing Engines to ensure that system processes function normally, such as routing protocols, packet forwarding tables, router interfaces, system management, Junos OS and file system storage, and monitoring functions. (See Table 1.)

    This chapter describes how to monitor redundant Routing Engines. For more information about monitoring Routing Engines, see the applicable router hardware installation guide.


    Table 1: Checklist for Monitoring Redundant Routing Engines

    Monitor Redundant Routing Engine Tasks

    Command or Action

    Using the Redundant Routing Engine Configuration

    [edit chassis redundancy]


    show chassis redundancy

    Redundant Routing Engine Automatic Failover Overview
    Display the Redundant Routing Engines Installed in the Router

    show chassis hardware

    show chassis routing-engine

    Display Redundant Routing Engine Mastership and Backup

    See Monitor the Routing Engine Status.

    show chassis routing-engine

    Displaying Redundant Routing Engine Errors

    show log mastership

    Manually Switch from Master to Backup Routing Engine

    request chassis routing-engine master release

    request chassis routing-engine master switch

    Replace a Redundant Routing Engine

    See Replace a Failed Component.

    Published: 2012-08-20