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show path-computation-client lsp



Display the state of label-switched paths (LSPs) known to the Path Computation Client (PCC).



Display information about LSPs known to the PCC.


(Optional) Display extensive level of output about each known LSP - point-to-point and point-to-multipoint LSPs.


(Optional) Enter regular expression for LSP names to match. You can filter a particular LSP from a large number of LSPs by entering specific name of the LSP.


(Optional) Display information about known point-to-multipoint Path Computation Element (PCE)-initiated LSPs.

Required Privilege Level


Output Fields

Table 1 describes the output fields for the show path-computation-client lsp command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show path-computation-client lsp Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

LSP Name

Name of the LSP.


LSP status:

  • Primary(Act)—Primary LSP.

  • Bypass—PCE-initiated bypass LSP.


PCEP-specific unique identifier for each LSP. The ID is created by the PCC for the lifetime of a PCEP session.


Type of LSP:

  • External provisioned

  • Local


Name of the external path computing entity.


Protocol used to set up the LSP:




Name of template used.

P2MP name

Name of the point-to-multipoint tree that includes the sub-LSPs of the PCE-initiated LSP.

P2MP Branch Name

Name of the branch sub-LSP that makes up the point-to-multipoint tree of the PCE-initiated LSP.


Name of LSP path.


Ingress IP address of LSP.


Egress IP address of LSP.


LSP state: up, down.

Active Path

Name of active path.

Link Protection

LSP Link protection.

P2mp tree

Name of the point-to-multipoint tree that includes the sub-LSPs of the PCE-initiated LSP.

Path cspf status

CSPF computation done by an external controller or local router.


LSP identifier.

RSVP Error

RSVP error ID.


Setup and hold priorities.


LSP bandwidth.

Requested AutoBw

Requested bandwidth to controller for auto-bandwidth.


Name of external controller.

Record Route

LSP record route object.

From PCE ERO (received)

Explicit Route Object (ERO) received by controller from the routing protocol process.

From RPD ERO (reported)

ERO reported from the routing protocol process.

Configured ERO on PCC

ERO configured on router.


Grouping of LSPs.

Association output details:

  • Association-type—Type of association supported by PCCD. Currently, only path protection association is supported.


    The path protection association is displayed as PROTECTION in the CLI output.

  • Association ID—Association ID.

  • Association Source—Address of the PCEP speaker that creates the association. For the path protection association, association source is always the ingress IP address of the LSP.

PCE Traffic Steering

MVPN flow specification capability.


Flow specification ID.

Route Distinguisher

Route Distinguisher of MVPN instance.

Source Prefix

Matching source address of MVPN flow specification.

Multicast Group Prefix

Matching group address of MVPN flow specification.


Flow specification state of specific flow specification ID.

Last Rpt/Pcreqest received from RPD at

Time the last PC report or PE request message was received.

Last Update sent to PCE at

Time the last update was sent to PCE.

Last PcUpdate/PcCreate received from PCE at

Time the last PC update message was received from the controller.

Last error sent to PCE at

Time the last PC error was sent to the controller.

Last 5 reasons to send Report/Pcrequest

  • Reconfig

  • Down

  • Get_info

  • Up

  • Active

Sample Output

show path-computation-client lsp

show path-computation-client lsp p2mp

show path-computation-client lsp extensive (PCE-Initiated Point-to-Multipoint LSP Mapping to MVPN)

show path-computation-client lsp extensive name <lsp name>

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 17.2R1.

extensive and p2mp options introduced in Junos OS Release 18.3R1 on MX Series routers.

name option introduced in Junos OS Release 20.1R1 and Junos OS Evolved Release 20.1R1 on PTX10003-160C and PTX10008 routers.