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show ted database

Syntax

Syntax (EX Series Switches)

Description

Display the entries in the Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) traffic engineering database.

Options

none

Display standard information about all entries in the traffic engineering database.

brief | detail | extensive

(Optional) Display the specified level of output.

instance instance-name

(Optional) Display routing instance information for the specified instance. If instance-name is omitted, information is displayed for the master instance.

logical-system (all | logical-system-name)

(Optional) Perform this operation on all logical systems or on a particular logical system.

system-name

(Optional) Display traffic engineering database information for a particular system.

topology-id topology

Display the topology information. By default, traffic engineering topology information is displayed.

Required Privilege Level

view

Output Fields

Table 1 describes the output fields for the show ted database command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show ted database Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Level of Output

TED database

Number of nodes and pseudonodes participating in IS-IS and OSPF domain routing.

All levels

ID

Hostname and address of the node that the link is coming from. An address of .00 indicates that the node is the routing device itself. An address in the range 0.01 through 0.FF indicates that the node is a pseudonode. If the node contains a router ID, it is displayed in parentheses.

brief

NodeID

Hostname and address of the node that the link is coming from. An address of .00 indicates that the node is the routing device itself. An address in the range 0.01 through 0.FF indicates that the node is a pseudonode.

extensive

Type

Type of node. It can be either Rtr (router) or Net (pseudonode).

All levels

Age(s)

How long since the node was last refreshed, in seconds.

All levels

LnkIn

Number of nodes pointing toward this node.

All levels

LnkOut

Number of nodes to which this node points.

All levels

Protocol

Protocol that reported the node information:

  • IS-IS(1)—IS-IS Level 1.

  • IS-IS(2)—IS-IS Level 2.

  • OSPF (area-number)—OSPF from the specified area.

All levels

To

Address on the far end of a link.

detail extensive

Local

Address of the local interface being used to reach the remote node.

detail extensive

Remote

Address of the interface on the remote node.

detail extensive

Local interface index

The interface indexes enable Junos OS to support unnumbered extensions for IS-IS, as described in RFC 4205.

detail extensive

Remote interface index

The interface indexes enable Junos OS to support unnumbered extensions for IS-IS, as described in RFC 4205.

detail extensive

Metric

Configured traffic engineering metric.

extensive

IGP metric

Configured interior gateway protocol metric.

extensive

Static BW

Total interface bandwidth in bps.

extensive

Reservable bandwidth

Subscription factor for the interface, which is the percentage of the link bandwidth that can be used for the RSVP reservation process. You configure this by including the subscription statement when configuring RSVP.

extensive

Available BW [priority]

(Must include diffserv-te statement when configuring LSPs) Amount of bandwidth actually reserved by RSVP for each priority level. The bandwidth shown is for the entire interface, not for each individual LSP.

extensive

Diffserv-TE BW Model

Bandwidth constraint model used by the LSPs.

extensive

Available BW [TE-class]

(Must include the diffserv-te statement when configuring LSPs) Amount of bandwidth actually reserved by RSVP for each traffic engineering class.

extensive

Static BW [CT-class]

Total interface bandwidth used by an MPLS traffic class, in bps.

extensive

Interface Switching Capability Descriptor (n)

Information about the interface switching capability descriptor, which is a subtype length value (TLV) of the link TLV. n is the index number.

  • Switching type—Type of switching to be performed on a particular link:

    • PSC-1—Packet switch-capable 1

    • PSC-2—Packet switch-capable 2

    • PSC-3—Packet switch-capable 3

    • PSC-4—Packet switch-capable 4

    • L2SC—Layer-2-switch-capable

    • TDM—Time-division-multiplexing-capable

    • LSC—Lambda switch-capable

    • FSC—Fiber switch-capable

  • Encoding type—Encoding of the LSP being requested:

    • Packet

    • Ethernet

    • ANSI/ETSI PDH

    • Reserved

    • SDH /SONET

    • Digital Wrapper

    • Lambda (photonic)

    • Fiber

    • FiberSDH/SONET

  • Maximum LSP BW [priority] bps—Maximum LSP bandwidth information. Amount of bandwidth actually reserved for each priority level. The bandwidth shown is for the entire interface.

    • [n]—Priority level. The range is from 0 (high) through 7 (low).

    • n Mbps—Amount of the maximum bandwidth.

  • Minimum LSP BW—Minimum LSP bandwidth in Mbps. Amount of bandwidth actually reserved for each priority level. The bandwidth shown is for the entire interface. Minimum LSP BW is displayed only when switching type is PSC-1 or TDM.

  • Interface MTU—Displayed only when switching type is TDM.

  • Interface supports standard SONET/SDH—Displayed only when switching type is TDM.

extensive

Sample Output

show ted database brief

show ted database detail

show ted database extensive

show ted database topology-id igp

show ted database topology-id bgp-ls-epe extensive

show ted database (IPv6)

Release Information

Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.

instance instance-name option added in Junos OS Release 15.1.

topology-id topology option added in Junos OS Release 17.4R1 for MX Series and PTX Series.

Support for ipv6 introduced on Junos OS Release 20.4R1.