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Viewing SAE Data with the CLI

 

You can view information about the SAE active configuration for data currently stored in the SAE server’s memory.

You can view SAE data by:

Viewing Information About the Directory Blacklist (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about the directory blacklist configured on the SAE.

Action

user@host> show sae directory-black-list

Viewing Information About SAE Device Drivers (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about SAE device drivers. Each device driver manages one logical router instance.

Action

To view information about the state of SAE device drivers:

user@host> show sae drivers

To view information about the state of a particular device driver, specify all or part of the virtual router name. For device drivers running Junos OS and PCMM drivers, use the format default@routerName.

user@host> show sae drivers device-name device-name

To view only the virtual router names for the device driver:

user@host> show sae drivers brief

To restrict the number of displayed results:

user@host> show sae drivers maximum-results maximum-results

Viewing the Synchronization Status of SAE Session Stores (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View the synchronization status of session stores. Session stores are used by SAE to store user session data and the service session data.

Action

To view the SAE session stores synchronization status:

user@host> show sae sessionstore-stats

Viewing Information About SAE Interfaces (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about SAE interfaces.

We recommend that you do not enter the show sae interfaces command without specifying an interface, virtual router, brief, or maximum results to filter the results. Entering the show sae interfaces command can generate a large quantity of results, and processing these results can place a load on the C Series Controller.

Action

To view information about the router interfaces:

user@host> show sae interfaces

To view information about particular router interfaces, specify all or part of the interface name.

user@host> show sae interfaces interface-name interface-name

To view information about interfaces for a particular virtual router, specify all or part of the VR name.

user@host> show sae interfaces virtual-router-name virtual-router-name

To view only the interface names:

user@host> show sae interfaces brief

To restrict the number of displayed results:

user@host> show sae interfaces maximum-results maximum-results

Viewing Information About SAE Licenses (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View the installed licenses.

Action

user@host> show sae licenses

Viewing Information About Policies on the SAE (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View policy information.

Action

To view information about the policies available on the SAE:

user@host> show sae policies

To view information about particular policies, specify all or part of the policy list name:

user@host> show sae policies filter filter

For example, if you wanted to view the policy called brickwall:

user@host> show sae policies filter brickwall

To view only the policy list names for the policies:

user@host> show sae policies brief

To restrict the number of displayed results:

user@host> show sae policies maximum-results maximum-results

Viewing Login Registrations (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about registered logins. You can view all login registrations, or you can view a specific registration.

Action

To view information about all login registrations:

user@host> show sae registered login

To view a specific registration, specify the media access control (MAC) address for the registration that you want to display:

user@host> show sae registered login mac-address mac-address

To view only the MAC address of the registrations:

user@host> show sae registered login brief

To restrict the number of displayed results:

user@host> show sae registered login maximum-results maximum-results

For information about login registrations, see the SRC PE Sample Applications Guide.

Viewing Equipment Registrations (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about equipment registrations. You can view all equipment registrations, or you can view a specific registration.

Action

To view information about all equipment registrations:

user@host> show sae registered equipment

To view a specific registration, specify the media access control (MAC) address for the registration that you want to display:

user@host> show sae registered equipment mac-address mac-address

To view only the MAC address of the registrations:

user@host> show sae registered equipment brief

To restrict the number of displayed results:

user@host> show sae registered equipment maximum-results maximum-results

For information about equipment registrations, see the SRC PE Sample Applications Guide.

Viewing Information About Services (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about services available on the SAE. You can view information about all services, or about specific services.

Action

To view information about the services available on the SAE:

user@host> show sae services

To view information about particular services, specify all or part of the service name:

user@host> show sae services filter filter

For example, if you wanted to view the service called BrickWall:

user@host> show sae services filter brickwall

To view all the hidden services:

user@host> show sae services secret

To view only the service names for the services:

user@host> show sae services brief

To restrict the number of displayed results:

user@host> show sae services maximum-results maximum-results

Viewing Information About Threads (SRC CLI)

Purpose

View information about the threads and their priority on the SAE.

Action

user@host> show sae threads