Technical Documentation

Viewing Ethernet Frame Delay Measurements Statistics

Once Ethernet frame delay measurement statistics have been collected, they can be displayed.

To retrieve the last 100 Ethernet frame delay measurement statistics per remote MEP or per CFM session, two types of show commands are provided:

  • For all OAM frame counters and Ethernet frame delay measurement statistics
  • For Ethernet frame delay measurement statistics only

To retrieve all Ethernet frame delay measurement statistics for a given session, use the show oam ethernet connectivity-fault-management mep-statistics maintenance-domain name maintenance-association name [local-mep identifier] [remote-mep identifier] [count count] command.

To retrieve only Ethernet frame delay measurement statistics for a given session, use the show oam ethernet connectivity-fault-management delay-statistics maintenance-domain name maintenance-association name [local-mep identifier] [remote-mep identifier] [count count] command.

Note: The only difference in the two commands is the use of the mep-statistics and delay-statistics keyword.

The fields for these commands are described in Table 1.

Table 1: Show Ethernet Delay Command Parameters

Parameter

Parameter Range

Description

maintenance-domain name

Existing MD name

Specifies an existing maintenance domain (MD) to use.

maintenance-association ma-id

Existing MA identifier

Specifies an existing maintenance association (MA) identifier to use.

local-mep identifier

1–8191

When a MEP has been specified, display statistics only for the local MEP.

remote-mep identifier

1–8191

When a MEP has been specified, display statistics only for the discovered MEP.

count count

1–100 (default:100)

The number of entries to display in the results table. By default, all 100 entries are displayed if they exist.

Note: For each MEP, you will see frame counters for sent and received Ethernet frame delay measurement frames whenever MEP statistics are displayed.


Published: 2010-04-12