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show route rpm-tracking

Syntax

Description

Display a brief summary of state of RPM-tracked routes along with the current state for a given test.

Options

destination IP-address

(Optional) Show RPM-tracked routes for a particular IPv4 or IPv6 destination prefix.

owner name

The probe owner as configured at the [edit services rpm probe owner] hierarchy level.

test test-name

The test name as configured at the [edit services rpm probe owner test test-name] hierarchy level.

Required Privilege Level

view

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show route rpm-tracking command. You can filter on routing table name, destination prefix, RPM probe owner, and RPM test name. If no filter is present all RPM-tracked routes are displayed. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: shows route rpm-tracking Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Destination

Displays the IPv4 or IPv6 address and optional prefix length of the configured target address.

Next-Hop

  • ucst

  • ulst

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 next-hop address of the route to be injected during failover. When there are multiple next-hop entries, a type attribute is shown to indicate whether it is a single unicast next-hop, ucst, or a list of unicast next-hops, ulst.

Metric

Specifies a number that is associated with route preference; when multiple routes have the same preference, the route with lowest metric is made active in the routing table.

Preference

Specifies a number that is used to select routes to destinations in external autonomous systems (ASs) or routing domains. The route with lowest preference value is selected by the routing protocol process as the active one. This column in the output appears only if you configured the preference statement at the [edit routing-options rpm-tracking route destination-prefix] hierarchy level.

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Route-tag

Specifies a number that is used to represent and advertise a group of routes throughout the routing domain. The route with the lowest tag value is selected by the routing protocol process as the active one. This column in the output appears only if you configured the tag statement at the [edit routing-options rpm-tracking route destination-prefix] hierarchy level.

Owner

Name of the probe owner.

Test Name

Name of the test.

State

Display the state of the route injection action. Routes added to the routing table appear as active in RPM. The initial state of an RPM-tracked route, that is, before the first completion of its associated RPM test, is inactive. Routes removed from the routing table appear as inactive.

Sample Output

show route rpm-tracking

show route rpm-tracking when preference and tag are configured

show route rpm-tracking destination destination-prefix

show route rpm-tracking destinationdestination-prefix when preference and tag are configured

show route rpm-tracking destination destination-prefix owner name test test-name

show route rpm-tracking destination destination-prefix owner name test test-name when preference and tag are configured

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 18.4 R1.

Output showing multiple next hops added in Junos OS Release 19.1R1.

Output showing new preference and route-tag fields added in Junos OS Release 20.4R1.