CSS Command Reference (Software Version 7.40)
General Commands (S through Z)
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Table Of Contents

script

send-message

set

show

show acl

show aliases

show app

show app-udp

show archive

show arp

show boot-config

show bridge

show cdp

show chassis

show circuits

show clock

show cmd-sched

show content

show core

show critical-reporter

show critical-services

show dfp

show dfp-reports

show dhcp-relay-agent global

show disk

show disk_slot

show dns-boomerang client

show dns-peer

show dns-record

show dns-server

show domain

show dormant flows

show dos

show dql

show eql

show ether-errors

show flow-state-table

show flow-timeout

show flows

show global-portmap

show group

show gsdb

show gsdb-interface

show header-field-group

show history

show installed-software

show interface

show ip config

show ip firewall

show ip interfaces

show ip routes

show ip statistics

show ip summary

show ip-fragment-stats

show isc-ports

show keepalive

show keepalive-summary

show lines

show load

show log

show log-list

show log-state

show map

show mibii

show noflow-portmap

show nql

show ospf

show owner

show phy

show profile

show proximity

show proximity assign

show proximity cache

show proximity metric

show proximity probe rtt statistics

show proximity refine

show proximity statistics

show proximity zone

show publisher

show radius config

show radius stat

show redundancy

show redundant-interfaces

show redundant-vips

show remap

show reporter

show rip

show rmon

show rmon-history

show rule

show rule-summary

show running-config

show script

show service

show setspan

show session-redundant

show sntp global

show sockets

show sorted running-config

show sshd

show ssl

show ssl-proxy-list

show startup-config

show startup-errors

show sticky-stats

show sticky-table all-sticky

show sticky-table l3-sticky

show sticky-table l4-sticky

show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky

show sticky-table ssl-sticky

show sticky-table wap-sticky

show subscriber

show summary

show system-resources

show tacacs-server

show trunk

show uptime

show urql

show user-database

show variable

show version

show virtual-routers

show zone

socket

socket connect

socket disconnect

socket inspect

socket receive

socket send

socket waitfor

terminal

terminal idle

terminal length

terminal more

terminal netmask-format

terminal timeout

traceroute

update arp

var-shift

version

while

write memory

zero dos statistics

zero ip-fragment-stats

zero ip statistics

zero reporter state-transitions

zero service

zero virtual-router state-changes


script

To play or record a script, use the script command. For more information on scripts, refer to the Cisco Content Services Administration Guide.

script [play script_name {"argument"}|record script_name]

Syntax Description

play

Runs a script.

script_name

Name of the script file. Enter an unquoted text string with no spaces and a maximum of 32 characters. To see a list of script files in the script directory, enter:

# show script

"argument"

(Optional) Argument, such as a variable, text string, or integer, that is used when you play the script. Enter a quoted string with a maximum length of 32 characters.

record

Records a script and saves it to disk.


Command Modes

SuperUser

Related Commands

clear
show script

send-message

To send a message to a connected session, use the send-message command.

send-message session "message"

Syntax Description

session

Connected session or line where you want to send the message. To see a list of connected sessions, enter:

# send-message ? 

An asterisk precedes your name in the list.

"message"

The message you want to send. Enter a quoted text string with a maximum length of 255 characters.


Command Modes

SuperUser

set

To create user-defined variables, use the set command. Typically, you use this command in a script. Use the no form of this command to delete a user-defined variable.

set variable_name "variable_value" {session}

no set variable_name

Syntax Description

variable_name

A character string representing the variable. Enter a string with a maximum length of 32 characters.

"variable_value"

A value assigned to the value. There are two types of variables, character and numeric:

To set a numeric variable, enter a quoted string of integers with no spaces.

To set a character variable, enter a quoted string of text characters, integers, and spaces with a maximum length of 128 characters.

session

(Optional) Specifies that this is a session variable. When you save a session variable in a profile script, this variable is created each time a user creates a session.


Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

modify
show
show variable

show

To display current system information, use the show command. The options for this command are:

show acl

Displays access control lists (ACLs)

show aliases

Displays alias commands

show app

Displays Application Peering Protocol (APP) configuration and session information

show app-udp

Displays Application Peering Protocol-UDP (APP-UDP) global statistical information and security configuration settings

show archive

Displays the contents of an archive directory or file

show arp

Displays ARP information

show boot-config

Displays system boot configuration

show bridge

Displays the bridge forwarding table and status, and Port Fast status

show cdp

Displays the global Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) information for the CSS

show chassis

Displays the chassis configuration

show circuits

Displays circuit information

show clock

Displays the current time and date on the CSS

show cmd-sched

Displays the state of the command scheduler and information about the scheduled CLI command records

show content

Displays all content entries in the CSS

show core

Displays core dump information

show critical-services

Displays critical services

show dfp

Displays the configuration information for the DFP agents on a CSS

show dfp-reports

Displays the individual weights of load-balanced server/services reported by a configured DFP agent

show dhcp-relay-agent global

Displays disk information

show disk

Displays information about the CSS disk

show disk_slot

Displays the specified archive, log, script, or startup configuration file stored on a specific disk in the CSS

show dns-boomerang client

Displays domain information mapped to a record on the CSS serving as a Content Routing Agent (CRA) for a Cisco Content Router 4430B

show dns-peer

Displays Domain Name System (DNS) peer configuration information

show dns-record

Displays information about the address/name server (A/NS) records configured locally and learned by this CSS

show dns-server

Displays DNS configuration and database information

show domain

Displays the content domain summary information

show dormant flows

Displays dormant flows on the CSS

show dos

Displays detailed information about Denial of Service (DoS) attacks on each CSS Switch Fabric Processor (SFP)

show dql

Displays the domain qualifier lists (DQLs)

show eql

Displays the extension qualifier lists (EQLs)

show ether-errors

Displays the error counters on the Ethernet interfaces

show flow-state-table

Displays the currently configured TCP and UDP ports, their flow states, and their NAT states

show flow-timeout

Displays the default and configured flow timeout values on the CSS

show flows

Displays the flow summary for a source IP address or for a specific source address and its destination IP address on an SFP

show global-portmap

Displays the statistics for global port mapping on a CSS

show group

Displays groups

show gsdb

Displays global sticky database (GSDB) statistics

show gsdb-interface

Displays statistics for the GSDB interface on the CSS

show header-field-group

Displays header-field group information

show history

Displays session command history

show installed-software

Displays currently installed CSS software

show interface

Displays interface information

show ip config

Displays IP global configuration parameters

show ip firewall

Displays configured values of the IP firewall keepalive timeout and the state of each firewall path configured on the CSS

show ip interfaces

Displays configured IP interfaces

show ip routes

Displays IP routing information

show ip statistics

Displays aggregate UDP and TCP statistics for the CSS

show ip summary

Displays a summary of IP global statistics

   

show isc-ports

Displays Inter-Switch Communications information on the CSS

show keepalive

Displays keepalive status and configuration information

show keepalive-summary

Displays summary information for all keepalives

show lines

Displays currently connected users

show load

Displays the global load configuration on the CSS and the load information for services

show log

Displays a log file

show log-list

Displays a list of all log files

show log-state

Displays logging information

show map

Displays the mapping configuration of the disks in the CSS (installed in slot 0 and slot 1)

show mibii

Displays MIB-II counters

show noflow-portmap

Displays statistics for noflow port mapping on a CSS

show nql

Displays general information about network qualifier lists (NQLs)

show ospf

Displays Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) information

show owner

Displays owner information

show phy

Displays duplex, speed, and descriptions for all interfaces

show profile

Displays the running user profile

show proximity

Displays the activity summary of the proximity database

show proximity assign

Displays the metric assignment of all zones or for a configured IP address range

show proximity cache

Displays the current state of the proximity cache

show proximity metric

Displays proximity metrics associated with client IP addresses

show proximity probe rtt statistics

Displays the round-trip time (RTT) probe module statistics

show proximity refine

Displays information pertaining to a refinement operation in progress for entries in the Proximity Database

show proximity statistics

Displays statistics associated with client IP addresses

show proximity zone

Displays state information for each zone

show publisher

Displays information about publishing services

show radius config

Displays CSS configuration information for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers,

show radius stat

Displays authentication statistics for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers

show redundancy

Displays CSS-to-CSS redundancy status

show redundant-interfaces

Displays a list of all redundant virtual interfaces configured on the CSS

show redundant-vips

Displays a list of all redundant VIPs configured on the CSS

show remap

Displays the configured persistence reset and bypass settings

show rip

Displays global or interface Routing Information Protocol (RIP) statistics and RIP configuration

show rmon

Displays RMON statistics

show rmon-history

Displays RMON history information for Ethernet interfaces in the CSS

show rule

Displays content rules

show rule-summary

Displays a summary of all content rules for all owners

show running-config

Displays the running configuration

show script

Displays a specific script

show service

Displays services

show session-redundant

Displays session redundancy information for the CSS

show sntp global

Displays Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) configuration information on the CSS

show sockets

Displays all the socket file descriptors that are currently in use

show sorted running-config

Displays the configuration elements contained within each mode entry in the running-configuration file in alphanumeric order

show sshd

Displays the Secure Shell Host (SSH) daemon configuration

show ssl

Displays SSL associations and statistics on the CSS

show ssl-proxy-list

Displays information about SSL proxy configuration lists

show startup-config

Displays system startup configuration

show startup-errors

Displays errors occurring during startup configuration

show sticky-table all-sticky

Displays all entries of the CSS sticky table based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule

show sticky-table l3-sticky

Displays the L3 entries of the CSS sticky table

show sticky-table l4-sticky

Displays the L4 entries of the CSS sticky table

show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky

Displays entries in the sticky table based on Call-ID

show sticky-table ssl-sticky

Displays the SSL entries of the CSS sticky table

show sticky-table wap-sticky

Displays the WAP MSISDN entries of the CSS sticky table

show sticky-stats

Displays a summary of sticky connection statistics for the CSS

show subscriber

Displays information about subscriber services

show summary

Displays summary of relationship between owners, content rules, and services

show system-resources

Displays the CSS installed and available memory

show tacacs-server

Displays the TACACS+ server configuration information

show trunk

Displays VLAN trunk information on configured Gigabit Ethernet ports and their VLANs

show uptime

Displays how long the CSS unit has been running

show urql

Displays general information about the Uniform Resource Locator qualifier list (URQL)

show user-database

Displays configured users

show variable

Displays user variables

show version

Displays the software version on the CSS

show virtual-routers

Displays all virtual routers configured on the CSS

show zone

Displays the current state of each Proximity CAPP Messaging (PCM) negotiation


For more information on these commands and any associated options, see the following commands.

show acl

To display the access control lists (ACLs) and clauses on the CSS, use the show acl command. This command also displays the ACL logging state, and displays all circuits with their associated ACLs.

show acl {index|config}

Syntax Description

index

(Optional) Index number associated with the ACL. Displays the clauses for the specified ACL index number.

config

(Optional) Displays all ACLs, the ACL logging state, and all circuits with their associated ACLs.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show acl command without an option lists all ACLs and their clauses configured on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show acl command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Security Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) acl
(config-acl) apply
(config-acl) clause
(config-acl) zero counts

show aliases

To display alias commands and associated CLI commands for the current mode or all modes, use the show aliases command.

show aliases {all}

Syntax Description

all

(Optional) Displays all alias commands for all modes


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show aliases command without an option displays the alias commands and associated CLI commands for the current mode.

Related Commands

alias

show app

To display the Application Peering Protocol (APP) configuration or session information, use the show app command. APP is the method in which private communications links are configured between CSSs in the same content domain. A content domain consists of a group of CSSs configured to exchange content information.

show app {session|ip_address} {verbose}

Syntax Description

session

(Optional) Displays the IP session information including the session ID, IP address, and state.

ip_address

(Optional) IP address for a specified peer CSS to display its session information. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).

verbose

(Optional) Displays detailed information about the IP configuration parameters for the session including the local address, keepalive frequency, authorization and encryption type, frame size, packet activity, and FSM events.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show app command without an option displays whether APP is enabled, its port number, and frame size setting.

For information about the fields in the show app command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) app

show app-udp

To display the Application Peering Protocol-User Datagram Protocol (APP-UDP) global statistical information and security configuration settings, use the show app-udp command.

show app-udp [global|secure]

Syntax Description

global

Displays global statistical information about the operation of APP-UDP

secure

Displays the current security configuration settings for APP-UDP


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show app-udp command is functional only on the Proximity Database and DNS CSSs.

For information about the fields in the show app-udp command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) app-udp

show archive

To display the files in the archive directory or the contents of an archive file, use the show archive command. Archive files include running- and startup-config files, scripts, and user profiles.

show archive {filename}

Syntax Description

filename

(Optional) Name of the archive file you want to display. Enter the filename as an unquoted string. To see a list of archive files, enter:

# show archive ?

Command Modes

SuperUser and all configuration modes

Related Commands

archive

show arp

To display ARP information, use the show arp command.

show arp {config|file|management-port|summary|ip_or_host}

Syntax Description

config

Displays ARP global configuration parameters. The screen displays the response timeout in seconds and the flush timeout in seconds.

file

Displays the host IP addresses entered at initialization or boot time through ARP.

management-port

Displays the ARP entries from the CSS management port.

summary

Displays the total number of static, dynamic, and all entries in the ARP resolution table. The summary does not include the entries from the CSS management port.

ip_or_host

IP address for the system to display its resolution. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1) or mnemonic host-name format (for example, myname.mydomain.com). You cannot enter an ARP entry derived from the CSS management port.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show arp command without an option displays the complete ARP resolution table with IP addresses, MAC addresses, and resolution type. The ARP resolution table does not include entries from the CSS Ethernet management port.

For information about the fields in the show arp command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

clear
update arp

show boot-config

To display the CSS boot configuration, use the show boot-config command.

show boot-config

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

(config-boot) gateway address
(config-boot) ip address
(config-boot) primary
(config-boot) subnet mask

show bridge

To display the bridging information, use the show bridge command.

show bridge [forwarding {vlan_number}|status {vlan_number}|port-fast]

Syntax Description

forwarding

Displays the bridge forwarding table including the VLAN number, the MAC addresses, and port numbers.

status

Displays the bridge spanning-tree status including the STP state, designated root, bridge ID, and root maximum age, hello time and forward delay, and port information including state, VLAN, root and port cost, and designated root and port number.

vlan_number

Displays the forwarding table or spanning tree status for the specified VLAN number. To see a list of VLAN numbers, enter:

# show bridge [forwarding|status] ?

port-fast

Displays whether portfast is enabled or disabled on the CSS interfaces. This command also displays whether the Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) guard feature is enabled or disabled on the CSS, and the state of the interfaces.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show bridge command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) bridge bpdu-guard
(config-if)
bridge port-fast

show cdp

To display the global Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) information for the CSS, use the show cdp command. The information includes the frequency of CDP advertisements, the hold time value, and the last time that a CDP advertisement was sent.

show cdp

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show cdp command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) cdp

show chassis

To display the chassis configuration for all CSSs and the weight and power summary of the session processors on the modules, use the show chassis command.

show chassis {flash|inventory|session-processors|slot number|verbose}

Syntax Description

flash

Displays the operational and locked flash version for the CSS 11501, and the CSS 11503 or 11506 SCM and I/O modules. A "*" character before a flash version and build number indicates it is the active flash.

inventory

Displays the physical configuration of the CSS including its part and serial numbers for each component.

session-processors

Displays the weight and power summary of the session processors on the modules in the CSS chassis.

slot number

Displays the operational parameters for a slot in a CSS 11503 or 11506. Enter an integer value. To see a list of slots, enter:

# show chassis slot ?

verbose

Displays detailed information about the chassis configuration.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show chassis command without an option displays a summary of the chassis configuration.

For information about the fields in the show chassis command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

show circuits

To display circuit information, use the show circuits command. A circuit on the CSS is a logical entity that maps IP interfaces to a logical port or group of logical ports.

show circuits {all|name circuit}

Syntax Description

all

(Optional) Lists all circuits, their states, and their interfaces, regardless of their state

name circuit

(Optional) Displays the state and interface information for the specified circuit


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

Use the show circuits command to list all circuits, their states, and any of their interfaces in the Up state.

Use the show circuits all command to list all circuits, their states, and their interfaces, regardless of their state.

For information about the fields in the show circuits command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

show clock

To display the current time and date on the CSS, use the show clock command.

show clock

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show clock command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Getting Started Guide.

Related Commands

clock
(config) date european-date

show cmd-sched

To display the state of the command scheduler and information about the records for the scheduled CLI commands, use the show cmd-sched command.

show cmd-sched {name record_name}

Syntax Description

name record_name

(Optional) Lists information about the specified scheduled CLI command record


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show cmd-sched command without an option displays the command scheduler state and all scheduled CLI command records.

For information about the fields in the show cmd-sched command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) cmd-sched

show content

To display all content entries in the Content Service Database (CSD) for a CSS, use the show content command.

show content {slot_number {start-index index_number}}

Syntax Description

slot_number

(Optional) For a CSS 11503 or 11506 only. Displays content from the module located in a specific CSS slot. For the CSS 11503, the available choices are 1 through 3; for the CSS 11506, the available choices are 1 through 6.

start-index index_number

(Optional) Displays content entries starting at the specified index number, a maximum of 64k of information.

To specify an index number, enter a number from 0 to 4095.

To see additional information, enter the show content command again, starting from the last displayed index number.

If you do not enter the start-index option and variable, the displayed entries start at index 0.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

To show all content entries in the Content Service Database for a CSS, use the show content command without an option.

For information about the fields in the show content command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-owner) content

show core

To display the core dump files stored in the Core directory of the volume root (for example, c:\core) on the hard disk or flash disk, use the show core command. If the CSS has two disks, you can display the core files on either disk.

show core {disk_slot}

Syntax Description

disk_slot

(Optional) Slot location of a disk in the CSS. The valid entries are:

0 - The disk in slot 0

1 - The disk in slot 1


Command Modes

SuperUser and all configuration modes

Usage Guidelines

Core dump information is for customer support use only.

Related Commands

copy core
(config) dump

show critical-reporter

To display critical reporter configuration information, use the show critical-reporter command.

show critical-reporter

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show critical-reporter command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show reporter
(config) reporter

show critical-services

To display a list of all critical services configured on the CSS, use the show critical-services command. You can provide an interface IP address option to display only the critical services present on a particular interface. You can also include a virtual router identifier (VRID) to display only the critical service information for a particular virtual router.

show critical-services {ip_address {vrid}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

(Optional) Address for the redundant interface. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

vrid

(Optional) ID for an existing virtual router.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show critical-services command without an option displays all critical services on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show critical-services command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-circuit-ip) ip critical-service

show dfp

To display the configuration information for the DFP agents on a CSS, use the show dfp command. This command displays a list of either all DFP agents or the DFP agents at the specified IP address or host name arranged by their IP-addresses. Also listed are the port number on which the agent is connected to the DFP manager, the current state of the DFP agent, the keepalive time for the DFP TCP connection, and the DES-encrypted key of the agent, if any.

show dfp {ip_or_host}

Syntax Description

ip_or_host

(Optional) Displays the DFP agent or agents running at a specific IP address or host name


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show dfp command without an option displays configuration information for all DFP agents.

For information about the fields in the show dfp command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) dfp

show dfp-reports

To view the individual weights of load-balanced services reported by a configured DFP agent, use the show dfp-reports command. This command groups the weights by the port number of reported services, the type of protocol, and the IP address of servers.

show dfp-reports {ip_or_host {port number {protocol text
{
ip ip_or_host2}}}}

Syntax Description

ip_or_host

(Optional) IP address or host name of the configured DFP agent. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1) or a mnemonic host name (for example, myhost.mydomain.com).

port number

(Optional) Port number of the load-balanced server or service.

protocol text

(Optional) Type of protocol for the load-balanced server or service. Possible values are TCP, UDP, HTTP, or FTP.

ip ip_or_host2

(Optional) IP address or host name of the load-balanced service. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1) or a mnemonic host name (for example, myhost.mydomain.com).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show dfp-reports command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) dfp

show dhcp-relay-agent global

To display the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) configuration information on the CSS, use the show dhcp-relay-agent global command.

show dhcp-relay-agent global

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show dhcp-relay-agent global command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) dhcp-agent max-hops
(config-circuit) dhcp relay-to
(config-circuit) dhcp-relay-agent

show disk

To display information about the CSS disk, use the show disk command. The information includes the size of the disk, the space available, and the number of files, directories, and bad clusters on it. If you have two disks in the CSS, you can display information about either disk.

show disk {disk_slot}

Syntax Description

disk_slot

(Optional) Slot location of a disk in the CSS. The valid entries are:

0 - The disk in slot 0

1 - The disk in slot 1


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show disk command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

show disk_slot

To display the specified archive, log, script, or startup configuration file stored on a specific disk in the CSS, use the show disk_slot command.

show disk_slot [archive filename|log filename|script filename
|startup-config]

Syntax Description

disk_slot

CSS disk location containing the file you want to display. The valid entries are:

0 - The disk in slot 0

1 - The disk in slot 1

archive filename

Displays the content of the specified archive file.

log filename

Displays the contents of the specified log file.

script filename

Displays the contents of the specified script file.

startup-config

Displays the contents of the startup configuration.


Command Modes

All modes

show dns-boomerang client

To display domain information mapped to a record on the CSS serving as a Content Routing Agent (CRA) for a Cisco Content Router 4430B, use the show dns-boomerang client command.

show dns-boomerang client {all|domain {name}|global}

Syntax Description

client

Shows all statistics for all domains mapped to a client record including global statistics.

all

(Optional) Shows all statistics for all domains mapped to a client record including global statistics.

domain

(Optional) Shows the statistics for all domains mapped to a client record. It does not display the global statistics.

domain_name

(Optional) Specific domain name associated with the statistics you wish to view. It does not display the global statistics. To view a list of domain names, enter:

# show dns-boomerang client domain ?

global

(Optional) Shows the global statistics for the CSS client.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

Entering the show dns-boomerang client command displays the same information as entering the show dns-boomerang client all command.

Use the show dns-boomerang client global command to display the following global statistics:

Total DNS A-record requests

Total packets dropped and its subfields

For information about the fields in the show dns-boomerang client command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

dns-boomerang client zero
(config) dns-boomerang client

show dns-peer

To display DNS peer configuration information, use the show dns-peer command. This command displays the time between sending load reports to CSS DNS peers and the maximum number of DNS names sent to (send slots) and received from (receive slots) CSS DNS peers.

show dns-peer

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show dns-peer command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) app
(config) dns-peer

show dns-record

To view information about the address/name server (A/NS) records configured locally and learned by the CSS, locally configured acceleration domain records, the DNS record keepalive and load information, and sticky domain records, use the show dns-record command.

show dns-record [accel|keepalives|load|proximity|statistics|sticky|weight] {domain_name}

Syntax Description

accel

Displays statistics associated with acceleration domain records.

keepalives

Displays information about keepalives associated with DNS records.

load

Displays load information associated with DNS records.

proximity

Displays the DNS record PDB hit and miss count information.

statistics

Displays the DNS record statistics.

sticky

Displays statistics associated with sticky domain records.

weight

Displays the configured weight and the number of hits for all domains or the specified domain.

domain_name

(Optional) Specific domain name associated with the DNS record you wish to view. Enter the name as a lower case unquoted text string with no spaces and a maximum of 63 characters. If omitted, the CSS displays all domains. To see a list of domains, enter:

# show dns-record [accel|keepalives|proximity 
|statistics|sticky|weight] ? 

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show dns-record command is functional only on a CSS with the Enhanced feature set.

For information about the fields in the show dns-record command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) dns-record

show dns-server

To display DNS server configuration and database information, use the show dns-server command. You can configure a CSS to send DNS requests to a DNS server on the network.

show dns-server {accelerate domains|dbase
|domain-cache {summary}|forwarder|stats}

Syntax Description

accelerate domains

(Optional) Displays the configuration information for the Client Side Accelerator (CSA) on the CSS

dbase

(Optional) Displays the entries in the DNS database as a result of local configuration of DNS names for content rules or learned DNS names from peer members of the content domain

domain-cache

(Optional) Displays the domain-cache counters and entries

summary

(Optional) Displays the domain-cache counters only

forwarder

(Optional) Displays the statistics on the CSS for the DNS server forwarders

stats

(Optional) Displays the DNS database statistics


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show dns-server command without an option displays the current DNS server configuration on the CSS and statistics about requests and responses. For information about the fields in the show dns-server command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

If the NS Buffers Free or Minimum fields drop below two, increase the responder tasks and buffer counts, and observe the effects on these fields. See the (config) dns-server command.

Related Commands

(config) dns-server
(config) dns-server accelerate domains
(config) dns-server domain-cache
(config) dns-server zero

show domain

To display content domain summary information or specified domain information, use the show domain command. A content domain is a group of CSSs sharing the same content rules, load, and DNS information with each other.

show domain {ip_address {send|receive}|hotlist|owners {ip_address}|rules {ip_address}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

The IP address for the peer. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).

send

Displays only the send load reports and transmit message statistics.

receive

Displays only the receive load reports and receive message statistics.

hotlist

Displays the domain hot list configuration and hit information for domains.

owners

Displays shared owner names.

rules

Displays locally created or negotiated content rule names.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show domain command without an option displays content domain summary information including the number of domain peers and information about each peer.

For information about the fields in the show domain command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) app session
(config) domain hotlist

show dormant flows

To display the dormant flows in an ASR configuration on the CSS, use the show dormant flows command. Dormant flows are flows on the backup CSS that become active if the master CSS fails over and the backup CSS assumes mastership.

show dormant flows {source_address {destination_address}}

Syntax Description

source_address

(Optional) Source IP address for the flows. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).

destination_address

(Optional) Destination IP address. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show dormant flows command without an option displays all dormant flows.

For information about the fields in the show dormant flows command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show dos

To display detailed information about Denial of Service (DoS) attacks on each CSS session processor (SP) or Switch Fabric Processor (SFP), use the show dos command.

show dos {summary}

Syntax Description

summary

(Optional) Displays a summary of DoS attacks. The summary includes the total number of attacks, the attack types with their maximum occurrences per second, and the first and last occurrence of an attack.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

Use the show dos command to display the following information:

The total number of attacks since the CSS was booted.

The types of attacks and the maximum number of these attacks per second.

The first and last occurrence of an attack.

The source and destination IP addresses.

A CSS can display a maximum of 50 of the most-recent attack events per SFP or SP. For example:

A CSS 11501 with one SP can display a maximum of 50 events.

A CSS 11503 with a maximum of three SPs can display a maximum of 150 events.

A CSS 11506 with a maximum of six SPs can display a maximum of 300 events.

If multiple attacks occur with the same DoS type, and source and destination address, an attempt is made to merge them as one event. This reduces the number of displayed events.

For information about the fields in the show dos command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

zero dos statistics
(config)
snmp trap-type enterprise

show dql

To display the attributes for the domain qualifier Lists (DQLs) or a specified DQL, use the show dql command. A DQL is a collection of domain names that you can assign to a content rule, instead of creating a rule for each address.

show dql {dql_name}

Syntax Description

dql_name

(Optional) Name of a specific DQL. To see a list of DQLs, enter:

# show dql ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show dql command without an option displays attributes for all DQLs.

For information about the fields in the show dql command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) dql

show eql

To display the attributes for the extension qualifier lists (EQLs) or a specified EQL, use the show eql command. An EQL is a collection of file extensions for content requests joined together through content rules. The CSS uses this list to identify which requests to send to a service.

show eql {eql_name}

Syntax Description

eql_name

(Optional) Name of a specific EQL. To see a list of EQLs, enter:

# show eql ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show eql command without an option displays all EQLs and their extensions.

For information about the fields in the show eql command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) eql

show ether-errors

To list the extended 64-bit statistics for errors on Ethernet interfaces in the CSS, use the show ether-errors command. The Enterprise ap64Stats MIB defines these statistics. To display the RFC 1398 32-bit statistics, include the -32 suffix.

show ether-errors{-32} {interface_name}

Syntax Description

-32

Displays the RFC 1398 32-bit statistics.

interface_name

(Optional) Name of the physical Ethernet interface on the CSS. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string. To see a list of interfaces, enter:

# show ether-errors ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ether-errors command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

clear

show flow-state-table

To display the CSS flow state table entries, use the show flow-state-table command. The table contains entries for TCP and UDP ports. Each port entry includes the protocol, flow state, NAT state (if applicable), and a hit counter.

show flow-state-table

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show flow-state-table command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) flow-state
(config) zero flow-state-counters

show flow-timeout

To display the default and configured flow timeout values on the CSS, use the show flow-timeout command.

show flow-timeout default|configured

Syntax Description

default

Displays the default timeout values for TCP and UDP ports and applications. The default values are not user-configurable.

configured

Displays the configured flow timeouts. The command output includes the content rule or source group for which you configured the flow timeout value.


Command Modes

Global, Owner, SuperUser, and User modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show flow-timeout command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-group) flow-timeout-multiplier
(config-owner-content) flow-timeout-multiplier

show flows

To display the flow summary for a source IP address on a Switch Processor (SP) in the CSS, use the show flows command. This information allows you to view flows to ensure the proper operation of firewall load balancing.

show flows {source_address {destination_address}}

Syntax Description

source_address

(Optional) Source IP address for the flows. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).

destination_address

(Optional) Destination IP address. Enter the address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show flows command allows you to display a maximum of 4096 flows per SP.

This information allows you to:

Identify which firewall is used for a particular flow

View flows to ensure the proper operation of firewall load balancing

For information about the fields in the show flows command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ip firewall
(config)
ip route

show global-portmap

To display the statistics for global port mapping on the CSS, use the global-portmap command.

show global-portmap [all-banks [all-sps|slot number1]
|
bank_number [all-sps|slot number1]]

Syntax Description

all-banks

Displays the global portmap information for all portmap banks (0 to 15).

all-sps

Displays the global portmap information for all session processors (SPs) on all modules in the CSS.

slot number1

Displays global portmap information for the module in the specified slot. For a CSS 11503, enter an integer from 1 to 3. For a CSS 11506, enter an integer from 1 to 6.

To display the available active slots in the CSS, enter:

# show global-portmap all-banks slot ?

bank_number

Displays the global portmap information for the specified bank number. Enter an integer from 0 to 15.


Command Modes

All modes except RMON, URQL, and VLAN configuration modes.

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show global-portmap command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) global-portmap

show group

To display a collection of groups or the attributes for a specified group, use the show group command. A group is a collection of local servers that initiate flows from within the local web farm.

show group {group_name {portmap {all|ip_or_host}}}

Syntax Description

group_name

(Optional) Displays the attributes for a specified group

portmap

(Optional) Displays the port mapping for the group

all

(Optional) Displays the port mapping for all VIP addresses of the source group port mapper

ip_or_host

(Optional) Displays the port mapping for the specified address of the source group port mapper


Command Modes

User, SuperUser, Global, and Group modes

Usage Guidelines

If you are in group mode, the show group command displays the attributes for the current group. The group_name variable is not applicable in group mode.

The show group command without an option displays a collection of groups and their attributes.

For information about the fields in the show group command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) group
(config-group) zero all

show gsdb

To display global sticky database (GSDB) statistics, use the show gsdb command.

show gsdb

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show gsdb command functions only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

To reset the statistics to zero, use the (config) gsdb zero command.

For information about the fields in the show gsdb command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) gsdb

show gsdb-interface

To display statistics for the global sticky database (GSDB) interface on the DNS server CSS, use the show gsdb-interface command.

show gsdb-interface

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show gsdb-interface command is part of the Enhanced feature set and is available in all modes. This command is not available on a Proximity database (PDB) or a GSDB.

To reset the statistics to zero, use the (config) gsdb-interface zero command.

For information about the fields in the show gsdb-interface command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) gsdb-interface

show header-field-group

To display the configuration for all header-field groups or a specific group, use the show header-field-group command.

show header-field-group {all|name}

Syntax Description

all

(Optional) Displays detailed information about all configured header-field groups

name

(Optional) Displays detailed information about a specified header-field group


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show header-field-group command without an option displays a summary of all configured header-field groups.

For information about the fields in the show header-field-group command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) header-field-group
(config-header-field-group) description
(config-header-field-group) header-field

show history

To display the session command history, use the show history command. The command-line history buffer stores CLI commands that you previously entered.

show history

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

history length

show installed-software

To display a list of currently installed CSS software versions on the CSS disk or the maximum number of software versions you can install on the disk, use the show installed-software command. If you have a CSS with two disks, you can display the software on either disk.

show installed-software {disk_slot|version-limit}

Syntax Description

disk_slot

(Optional) Slot location of the disk in the CSS you want to display. The valid entries are:

0 - The disk in slot 0

1 - The disk in slot 1

version-limit

(Optional) Displays the maximum number of software versions you can install on the disk.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show installed-software command without an option displays a list of currently installed software on the CSS disk.

Related Commands

version

show interface

To display information for all interfaces or a specific interface, use the show interface command. The interfaces include Ethernet, circuit, and console interfaces.

show interface {interface_name}

Syntax Description

interface_name

(Optional) Specific interface in the CSS. To see a list of interfaces in the CSS, enter:

# show interface ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show interface command without an option displays information about all interfaces in the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show interface command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

show ip config

To display IP global configuration parameters, use the show ip config command. The parameters shows the state (enabled or disabled) of the source route option, forward IP broadcasts, record route option, and IP route change logging. It also shows the value for the orphaned route timer and the type of Multiple Equal Cost Path algorithm.

show ip config

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ip config command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ip

show ip firewall

To display the configured values of the IP firewall keepalive timeout and the state of each firewall path configured on the CSS, use the show ip firewall command. The display includes the IP firewall keepalive timeout, firewall index, current state of the connection to the remote switch, next hop IP address, remote firewall IP address, length of time since the last keepalive message was transmitted, and length of time since the last keepalive message was transmitted.

show ip firewall

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ip firewall command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ip

show ip interfaces

To display configured IP interfaces, use the show ip interfaces command. The display includes the circuit name and state, IP address, network mask, broadcast address, redundancy, Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) settings, and RIP settings.

show ip interfaces

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ip interfaces command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ip

show ip routes

To display all or specified IP routing information, use the show ip routes command.

show ip routes {local|firewall|ospf|rip|static|summary|ip_or_host
{to ip_or_host|mask_or_prefix}}

Syntax Description

local

(Optional) Displays all local routes.

firewall

(Optional) Displays all firewall routes.

ospf

(Optional) Displays all OSPF routes.

rip

(Optional) Displays all RIP routes.

static

(Optional) Displays all static routes.

summary

(Optional) Displays the number of OSPF (including a breakdown of Intra, Inter, and Ext routes), RIP, local, static, and firewall routes, and the total number of routes.

to

(Optional) Displays information about a route to a destination, a specific route, or routes in a range.

ip_or_host

(Optional) IP address of the host or network prefix. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1). The IP address after the to keyword is the last IP address in a range.

mask_or_prefix

(Optional) Subnet address of the specific network. Enter the subnet address in mask or prefix notation (for example, /24).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show ip routes command without an option displays all routes on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show ip routes command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ip

show ip statistics

To display the aggregate TCP statistics for the CSS, use the show ip statistics command. These statistics include UDP, TCP, ICMP, and ARP statistics.

show ip statistics

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ip statistics command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

zero ip statistics
(config) ip

show ip summary

To display a summary of IP global statistics, use the show ip summary command. The statistics include data on reachable and total routes, reachable and total hosts, memory in use for each, and total IP routing memory in use.

show ip summary

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ip summary command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ip

show ip-fragment-stats

To display the status, statistics, and error counts associated with IP fragment processing, use the show ip-fragment-stats command.

show ip-fragment-stats

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ip-fragment-stats command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

zero ip-fragment-stats
(config) ip-fragment max-assembled-size
(config) ip-fragment min-fragment-size
(config) tcp-ip-fragment-enabled
(config) udp-ip-fragment-enabled

show isc-ports

To display the Inter-Switch Communications (ISC) configuration on the CSS, use the show isc-ports command.

show isc-ports

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show isc-ports command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-if) isc-port-one
(config-if) isc-port-two

show keepalive

To display keepalive status and configuration information for all keepalives or a specified keepalive, use the show keepalive command.

show keepalive {name}

Syntax Description

name

(Optional) Name of the keepalive


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show keepalive command without an option displays information for all keepalives.

For information about the fields in the show keepalive command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) keepalive

show keepalive-summary

To display summary information for all keepalives, use the show keepalive-summary. This information includes the name, status, and IP address.

show keepalive-summary

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

(config) keepalive

show lines

To display currently connected lines or sessions, use the show lines command. A connected line is a console or Telnet session.

show lines

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show lines command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

show load

To display the global load configuration on the CSS and the load information for services, use the show load command.

show load {absolute}

Syntax Description

absolute

(Optional) Displays a table of values for the absolute load number scale. The values vary depending on the configured value of the load absolute sensitivity command. For more information, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.


Command Modes

SuperUser

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show load command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show log

To send the log activity to your current session, or display the contents in a log or trap log file, use the show log command.

show log {log_filename {tail lines} {line-numbers}}

Syntax Description

log_filename

(Optional) Name of the log file. Enter an unquoted text string with no spaces. To see a list of log files with their dates, enter:

# show log ?

Enter the traplog filename to display all SNMP traps that have occurred. A trap log file is an ASCII file in the log directory containing generic and enterprise SNMP traps. By default, the following events generate level critical-2 messages:

Link Down

Cold Start

Warm Start

Service Down

Service Suspended

All other SNMP traps generate level notice-5 messages.

Even though traps are disabled, the CSS still produces a log message for any event that would normally generate a trap.

tail lines

(Optional) Displays the lines at the bottom and most recent portion of the log file. The number of lines start at the end of the log file. Enter a number from 1 to 1000.

line-numbers

(Optional) Includes the line numbers when displaying the contents of the log file.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show log command without an option sends the log activity to your current session. Press any key to stop sending the activity. This command performs the same function as (config) logging line. Note that you cannot run these commands at the same time.

Related Commands

clear
copy log
snmp trap-type generic

show log-list

To display a list of all log files, use the show log-list command.

show log-list

Command Modes

All modes

show log-state

To display the state of logging for CSS facilities, use the show log-state command.

show log-state

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

(config) logging

show map

To display the mapping configuration of the two disks (slot 0 and slot 1) in a CSS, use the show map command. This command displays the disk assignment of primary-boot record, secondary-boot record, core dump files, and logging output.

show map

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

map

show mibii

To display the extended 64-bit MIB-II statistics for all interfaces or a specific interface in the CSS, use the show mibii command. The Enterprise ap64Stats MIB defines these statistics. To display the RFC 1213 32-bit statistics, include the -32 suffix.

show mibii{-32} {interface_name}

Syntax Description

-32

(Optional) Displays the RFC 1213 32-bit statistics.

interface_name

(Optional) Name of an interface. To see a list of interfaces in the CSS, enter:

# show mibii ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The Gigabit Ethernet module port statistics are an aggregation of all ports on the module.

For information about the fields in the show mibii command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

clear

show noflow-portmap

To display statistics for noflow port mapping on a CSS, use the show noflow-portmap command.

show noflow-portmap [all-sps|slot number]

Syntax Description

all-sps

Displays noflow portmap information for all session processors (SPs) in the CSS.

slot number

Displays noflow portmap information for the module in the specified chassis slot number. For a CSS 11503, enter an integer from 1 to 3. For a CSS 11506, enter an integer from 1 to 6.

To display the available active slots in the CSS, enter:

# show noflow-portmap slot ? 

Command Modes

All modes except RMON, URQL, and VLAN configuration modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show noflow-portmap command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) noflow-portmap

show nql

To display the table entries of the IP addresses for all network qualifier lists (NQLs) or a specified NQL, use the show nql command. An NQL is a list of subnet and host IP addresses used in ACL clauses.

show nql {nql_name}

Syntax Description

nql_name

(Optional) Name of the NQL. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string with no spaces. To see a list of existing NQL names, enter:

# show nql ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

If you enter show nql command in NQL mode, only the addresses for the current NQL is displayed.

The show nql command without an option displays entries for all NQLs.

For information about the fields in the show nql command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Security Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) nql

show ospf

To display Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) information, use the show ospf command.

Syntax Description

show ospf advertise {ip_or_host subnet_mask}

Displays the advertising policy into OSPF.

You can optionally display the configuration of ASE routes into OSPF for a specific IP address or host and its subnet address. Enter the ip_or_host variable in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1) or mnemonic host-name format (for example, myname.mydomain.com).

Enter the subnet_mask either:

As a prefix length in CIDR bitcount notation (for example, /24). Do not enter a space to separate the IP address from the prefix length.

In dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0).

show ospf areas

Displays information about OSPF areas.

show ospf ase

Displays Autonomous System (AS) external entries in the link-state database (LSDB).

show ospf global

Displays OSPF global statistics.

show ospf interfaces

Displays OSPF interfaces.

show ospf lsdb {router|network|
summary|asbr_summ|external}

Displays all the OSPF LSDBs or you can specify an individual database.

show ospf neighbors

Displays OSPF neighbors.

show ospf range

Displays OSPF area summary-route configuration information.

show ospf redistribute

Displays the configured redistribution policy into OSPF.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ospf command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ospf
(config-circuit-ip) ospf

show owner

To display the configuration information and statistics for an owner, use the show owner command. An owner is an entity that owns web content and is using the CSS to manage access to that content.

show owner {owner_name {statistics}}

Syntax Description

owner_name

(Optional) Name of a specific owner. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string with no spaces. To see a list of existing owner names, enter:

# show owner ?

statistics

(Optional) Displays the statistics for the specified owner.


Command Modes

ACL, Circuit, Global, Group, Interface, Service, SuperUser, and User modes

Usage Guidelines

The show owner command without an option displays configuration information for all owners.

The show owner owner_name command displays configuration information for the specified owner.

For information about the fields in the show owner command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) owner

show phy

To display duplex and speed values for all physical interfaces or a specific interface, use the show phy command.

show phy {interface}

Syntax Description

interface

(Optional) Name of the physical interface. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string. To see a list of interfaces, enter:

# show phy ?

Command Modes

All modes

Examples

The show phy command without an option displays duplex and speed values for all physical interfaces in the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show phy command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-if) phy

show profile

To display the running user profile, use the show profile command.

show profile

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

copy profile

show proximity

To display an activity summary of the proximity database, use the show proximity command.

show proximity

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity command functions only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

For information about the fields in the show proximity command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show proximity assign

To display the metric assignment of all zones or for a configured IP address range, use the show proximity assign command.

show proximity assign {ip_address ip_prefix}

Syntax Description

ip_address ip_prefix

(Optional) IP address and IP prefix length to display metrics over a range of IP addresses. Enter the IP address in dotted-decimal format (for example, 192.168.11.1).

Enter the prefix as either:

A prefix length in CIDR bitcount notation (for example, /24).

A subnet mask in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity assign command is functional only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

For information about the fields in the show proximity assign command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

proximity assign

show proximity cache

To display the current state of the cache, use the show proximity cache command. This information includes the current cache configuration, entries present, and the cache effectiveness, as related to the percentage of hits.

show proximity cache {all|ip_address ip_prefix}

Syntax Description

all

(Optional) Displays all cache entries.

ip_address ip_prefix

(Optional) Searches for the IP address and its associated IP prefix in the cache. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

Enter the prefix as either:

A prefix length in CIDR bitcount notation (for example, /24).

A subnet mask in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity cache command without an option displays statistics and configuration information about the cache.

This command is available on a CSS with the Enhanced feature set.

For information about the fields in the show proximity cache command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) proximity cache-size

show proximity metric

To view the metrics associated with client IP addresses, use the show proximity metric command. This command provides output on a Proximity Database and DNS CSS, however, the outputs are not the same. The PDB arranges the order of the output by zone number. The PDNS arranges the order of the output by the metric value.

show proximity metric ip_address {ip_prefix {aggregate}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

Client IP address. Enter the address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

ip_prefix

(Optional) IP prefix to use with the IP address. This allows you to view metrics over a range of IP addresses, indicated by the prefix. Enter the prefix as either:

A prefix length in CIDR bitcount notation (for example, /24).

A subnet mask in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0).

aggregate

(Optional) Allows you to view aggregated metrics that are available at both the /16 and /8 level.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show proximity metric command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) proximity db

show proximity probe rtt statistics

To view the Round-Trip Time (RTT) probe module statistics, use the show proximity probe rtt statistics command.

show proximity probe rtt statistics

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity probe rtt statistics command is functional only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

For information about the fields in the show proximity probe rtt statistics command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

proximity probe rtt interval
proximity probe rtt method
proximity probe rtt samples
proximity probe rtt tcp-ports

show proximity refine

To display information pertaining to a refinement operation in progress for entries in the Proximity Database, use the show proximity refine command. The database manager divides the entries into three classes, N1, N2, and N3. N1 has the most activity, containing the most popular entries. N2 has midlevel activity. N3 contains the least popular entries.

show proximity refine

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity refine command is functional only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

For information about the fields in the show proximity refine command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

proximity refine

show proximity statistics

To view statistics associated with client IP addresses, use the show proximity statistics command.

show proximity statistics ip_address {ip_prefix {aggregate}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

The IP address for the statistics you want to display. Enter the address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

ip_prefix

(Optional) IP prefix to use with the IP address. This allows you to view metrics over a range of IP addresses indicated by the prefix. Enter the prefix as either:

A prefix length in CIDR bitcount notation (for example, /24).

A subnet mask in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0).

aggregate

(Optional) Allows you to view aggregated statistics that are available at both the /16 and /8 level.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity statistics command is functional only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

For information about the fields in the show proximity statistics command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show proximity zone

To view the state information for all zones or a specified zone, use the show proximity zone command. This command is similar to the show zone command except it provides information from the perspective of the Proximity Database.

show proximity zone {statistics} {number}

Syntax Description

statistics

(Optional) Displays information about the blocks sent and received for a peer for all zones.

number

(Optional) Displays the state information for the specific zone. Enter a number from 0 to 15.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show proximity zone command is functional only on a Proximity Database CSS in a dedicated CSS 11150.

For information about the fields in the show proximity zone command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show publisher

To display the operational status of all or specific publishing service and content information, use the show publisher command.

show publisher {publisher_name {content {verbose}}}

Syntax Description

publisher_name

(Optional) Name of the publishing service

content

(Optional) Name of the content for the publishing service

verbose

(Optional) Displays more detailed content information


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show publisher command without an option displays the operational status of all publishing services.

For information about the fields in the show publisher command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-service) publisher

show radius config

To display CSS configuration information for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers, use the show radius config command.

show radius config [all|primary|secondary]

Syntax Description

all

Displays the configuration for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers

primary

Displays the configuration for the primary RADIUS server

secondary

Displays the configuration for the secondary RADIUS server


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show radius config command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Security Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) radius-server

show radius stat

To display authentication statistics for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers, use the show radius stat command.

show radius stat [all|primary|secondary]

Syntax Description

all

Displays statistics for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers

primary

Displays statistics for the primary RADIUS server

secondary

Displays statistics for the secondary RADIUS server


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show radius stats command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Security Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) radius-server

show redundancy

To display CSS-to-CSS redundancy, use the show redundancy command.

show redundancy

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show redundancy command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

redundancy force-master
(config-if) redundancy-phy
(config)
ip redundancy
(config-circuit) redundancy
(config-circuit-ip) redundancy-protocol
(config-service) type redundancy-up

show redundant-interfaces

To display a list of all redundant virtual interfaces configured on the CSS, use the show redundant-interfaces command. You can provide an interface IP address option to display only the virtual interfaces present on a particular interface. You can also include a virtual router identification (VRID) to display only the virtual interface information for a particular virtual router. If you have configured the dns-server option with the ip redundant-interface command, you can also use the show redundant-interfaces command to display the status of the DNS server and the number of DNS request packets that the DNS server has processed.

show redundant-interfaces {ip_address {vrid}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

(Optional) IP address for the redundant interface. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

vrid

(Optional) ID for an existing virtual router.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show redundant-interfaces command without an option displays all redundant interfaces on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show redundant-interfaces command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-circuit-ip) ip redundant-interface
(config-circuit-ip)
ip virtual-router

show redundant-vips

To display a list of all redundant VIPs configured on the CSS, use the show redundant-vips command. You can provide an interface IP address option to display only the VIPs present on a particular interface. You can also include a virtual router identification (VRID) to display only the VIP information for a particular virtual router.

show redundant-vips {ip_address {vrid}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

(Optional) IP address for the redundant interface. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

vrid

(Optional) ID for an existing virtual router.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show redundant-vips command without an option displays all redundant VIPs on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show redundant-vips command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-circuit-ip) ip redundant-vip
(config-circuit-ip)
ip virtual-router

show remap

To display the configured persistence reset and bypass settings, use the show remap command.

show remap

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show remap command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) bypass persistence
(config) persistence reset

show reporter

To display reporter configurations and statistics for VRID peering or critical phy, use the show reporter command.

show reporter

Syntax Description

reporter_name

(Optional) Name of the reporter whose configuration you want to display


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

If you enter the show reporter command without a reporter name, the output displays the configurations of all configured reporters on the CSS. For information about the fields in the show reporter command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) reporter
(config-reporter) active
(config-reporter) phy
(config-reporter) suspend
(config-reporter) type
(config-reporter) vrid

show rip

To display global or interface Routing Information Protocol (RIP) statistics, use the show rip command.

show rip {ip_address|globals|statistics {ip_address}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

(Optional) IP address for the RIP interface entry

globals

(Optional) Displays the global RIP statistics

statistics

(Optional) Displays the RIP interface statistics for all RIP interface entries


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show rip command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) rip
(config-circuit-ip) rip

show rmon

To display the extended 64-bit Remote Monitoring (RMON) statistics for a specific Ethernet interface or all Ethernet interfaces in the CSS, use the show rmon command. The Enterprise ap64Stats MIB defines these statistics. To display the RFC 1757 32-bit statistics, include the -32 suffix.

show rmon{-32} {interface_name}

Syntax Description

-32

(Optional) Displays the RFC 1757 32-bit statistics.

interface_name

(Optional) Name of the physical interface. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string. To see a list of interfaces, enter:

# show rmon ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show mon command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

clear
(config) rmon-alarm

show rmon-history

To display RMON history information for a specific Ethernet interface or all Ethernet interfaces in the CSS, use the show rmon-history command. By default, the CSS maintains two tables of history statistics. One table contains the last 50 samples at 30 second intervals. The other table contains 50 samples at 30 minute intervals.

show rmon-history {interface_name {history_control_index}}

Syntax Description

interface_name

(Optional) Name of the interface in the CSS. To see a list of interfaces, enter:

# show rmon-history ?

history_control_index

(Optional) History control index you wish to display. To see a list of history control indexes associated with a interface, enter:

# show rmon-history interface_name ?

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show rmon-history command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) rmon-history

show rule

To display all content rules for a specific owner or all owners, use the show rule command. The screen shows information about the owner and the content rules. If you are in owner mode, the show rule command displays the summary for the current owner.

show rule {owner_name {content_rule_name {acl|all|dns|header-field|hot-list|services|statistics|sticky}}}

Syntax Description

owner_name

(Optional) Name of an owner. When you enter a carriage return after the owner name, the CSS displays a summary of attributes for all rules belonging to the owner.

content_rule_name

(Optional) Name of a content rule belonging to the owner. When you enter a carriage return after the rule name, the CSS displays a summary of attributes for the rule.

acl

(Optional) Displays the ACL attributes for the rule.

all

(Optional) Displays all attributes for the rule.

dns

(Optional) Displays the DNS attributes for the rule.

header-field

(Optional) Displays the header-field attributes for the rule.

hot-list

(Optional) Displays the hotlist attributes for the rule.

services

(Optional) Displays the services for the rule.

statistics

(Optional) Displays the statistics for the rule.

sticky

(Optional) Displays the sticky attributes for the rule.


Usage Guidelines

For sticky connections in SuperUser, User, global, or owner configuration mode, you must specify the owner_name and the content_rule_name before you can enter the sticky option. In content configuration mode, you can enter only show rule sticky.

Command Modes

Content, global, owner, SuperUser, and User modes

Usage Guidelines

If you are in global, owner, SuperUser, or user mode, the show rule command without an option displays a summary of attributes for content rules for all owners. If you are in owner mode, the show rule command displays the summary for the current owner.

The summary of attributes includes the rule name, owner, state, type, balance, failover, persistence, param-bypass, IP redundancy, Layer 3, Layer 4, URL, and redirect information.

For information about the fields in the show rule command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-owner) content
(config-owner-content) advanced-balance
(config-owner-content) arrowpoint-cookie
(config-owner-content) balance
(config-owner-content) dnsbalance
(config-owner-content) flow-reset-reject
(config-owner-content) hotlist
(config-owner-content) primarySorryServer
(config-owner-content) redirect
(config-owner-content) secondarySorryServer
(config-owner-content) sticky-inact-timeout
(config-owner-content) string
(config-owner-content) zero

show rule-summary

To display a summary of all content rules for all owners, use the show rule-summary command. The screen shows information about the VIP address, port, protocol, URL, content rule name, and owner.

show rule-summary

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show rule-summary command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show running-config

To display the running configuration, use the show running-config command.

Syntax Description

show running-config

Displays all components of the running configuration.

show running-config acl {index_number}

Displays ACL information of the running configuration. For information about a specific ACL, include its index number.

show running-config circuit {name}

Displays circuit information of the running configuration, including critical reporters. For information about a specific circuit, include its name. To see a list of circuits, enter:

# show running-config circuit ?

show running-config dql {name}

Displays DQL information of the running configuration. For information about a specific DQL, enter name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 32 characters. To see a list of DQLs, enter:

# show running-config dql ?

show running-config eql {name}

Displays EQL information of the running configuration. For information about a specific EQL, include its name. To see a list of EQLs, enter:

# show running-config eql ?

show running-config global

Displays the global configuration components of the running configuration.

show running-config group {group_name}

Displays the group information of the running configuration. For information about a specific group, enter group_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 16 characters. To see a list of groups, enter:

# show running-config group ?

show running-config header-field-group {name}

Displays the header-field group information of the running configuration. For information about a specific group, enter name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 16 characters. To see a list of header-field groups, enter:

# show running-config header-field-group ?

show running-config interface interface_name

Displays the interface information of the running configuration.

For a CSS 11501, enter interface_name in interface-port format (for example, e2).

For a CSS 11503 or 11506, enter the interface name in slot/port format (for example, 3/1). To see a list of interfaces, enter:

# show running-config interface ?

show running-config interfaces

Displays all the interface components of the running configuration.

show running-config keepalive {keepalive_name}

Displays the keepalive information of the running configuration. For information about a specific keepalive, enter keepalive_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 32 characters. To see a list of keepalives, enter:

# show keepalive-summary

show running-config nql {name}

Displays NQL information of the running configuration. For information about a specific NQL, include its name. To see a list of NQLs, enter:

# show running-config nql ?

show running-config owner {owner_name}

Displays the owner information of the running configuration. For information about a specific owner, enter owner_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 32 characters. To see a list of owners, enter:

# show running-config owner ?

show running-config reporter {reporter_name}

Displays all reporter configurations on a CSS. For information about a specific reporter configuration, enter reporter_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string with a maximum length of 32 characters.

show running-config rmon-alarm

Displays RMON alarm information of the running configuration.

show running-config rmon-event

Displays RMON event information of the running configuration.

show running-config rmon-history

Displays RMON history information of the running configuration.

show running-config service {service_name}

Displays the service information of the running configuration. For information about a specific service, enter service_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 32 characters. To see a list of services, enter:

# show running-config service ?

show running-config ssl-proxy-list {list_name}

Displays the components of the running configuration for a valid existing SSL proxy list. For information about a specific list, enter list_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string. To see a list of SSL proxy lists, enter:

# show running-config ssl-proxy-list ?

show running-config urql {urql_name}

Displays the components of the running configuration for a valid existing URQL. For information about a specific URQL, enter urql_name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string and a maximum length of 32 characters. To see a list of URQLs, enter:

# show running-config urql ?

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

copy running-config

show script

To display the files in the script directory or the contents in a specific script, use the show script command.

show script {filename {line-numbers}}

Syntax Description

script_filename

(Optional) Name of a valid script file you want to display. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string with a maximum length of 32 characters. To see a list of script names, enter:

# show script ?

line-numbers

(Optional) Displays the line numbers for each line in the script.


Command Modes

SuperUser and all configuration modes

Related Commands

script

show service

To display service information, use the show service command.

show service {service_name|summary}

Syntax Description

service_name

(Optional) Name of a service. Enter the name as a case-sensitive unquoted text string with a maximum length of 32 characters.

summary

(Optional) Displays summary information for all services. This information includes the service state, connections, weight, and load.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show service command without an option displays information for all services. Similar to the show service summary command, this command also displays the service type, associated content rule, keepalive, the number of state transitions, connections, weight, and load.

If you add a script keepalive to a service, the configured script arguments, any script errors, the script run time, and the use of output parsing appears after the keepalive field.

If you are in service mode, the show service command displays the configuration information for the current service.

For information about the fields in the show service command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

zero service
(config) service
(config-owner-content) zero

show setspan

To display SPAN information, use the show setspan command.

show setspan

Syntax Description

Source

Number of the port whose traffic you want to monitor.

Destination

Number of the DSPAN port to which the CSS copies the packets flowing through the SSPAN port. Connect the network analyzer or RMON probe to this port.

Direction

Direction of the traffic that you want to monitor at the source port. The direction can be one of the following:

copyBoth - The CSS copies packets that are transmitted and received by the SSPAN port to the DSPAN port.

copyTxOnly - The CSS copies only packets transmitted (egress traffic) by the SSPAN port to the DSPAN port.

copyRxOnly - The CSS copies only packets received (ingress traffic) by the SSPAN port to the DSPAN port.


Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

(config) setspan

show session-redundant

To display summary Adaptive Session Redundancy (ASR) information about redundant content rules, services, and source groups on the CSS, use the show session-redundant command.

show session-redundant [all|rule|service|group]

Syntax Description

all

Displays all information concerning ASR information on the CSS

rule

Displays summary ASR information for redundant content rules

service

Displays summary ASR information for redundant services

group

Displays summary ASR information for redundant source groups


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show session-redundant command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Redundancy Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-group) redundant-index
(config-owner-content) redundant-index
(config-service) redundant-index

show sntp global

To display Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) configuration information on the CSS, use the show sntp global command.

show sntp global

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show sntp global command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Getting Started Guide.

Related Commands

(config) sntp

show sockets

To display all the socket file descriptors that are currently in use, use the show sockets command.

show sockets

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show sockets command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

socket

show sorted running-config

To sort the configuration elements contained within each mode entry in the running-config file in alphanumeric order, use the show sorted running-config command. Sorting configuration elements allows for easier comparison of different running-config files. Note that the CSS does not sort the individual modes and the mode entries in a sorted running-config file.

show sorted running-config

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

You cannot save a sorted running-config file as a valid running-config file. All lines begin with an exclamation mark (!) in the sorted running-config file. The exclamation mark is added as a safeguard to protect against the accidental execution of the sorted running-config file as a startup-config file. If you accidently run a sorted running-config file as a startup-config file, the CSS ignores all lines beginning with an exclamation mark (!).

Related Commands

show running-config

show sshd

To display information for the Secure Shell Host (SSH) daemon on the CSS, use the show sshd command.

show sshd [config|sessions|versions]

Syntax Description

config

Displays the configuration for the SSH daemon on the CSS.

sessions

Displays a summary of the current active SSHD server sessions. The command only displays data if an SSH client is currently configured.

versions

Displays the current version of the SSHield package that is running in the CSS.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show sshd command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Security Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) sshd

show ssl

To display SSL information on the CSS, use the show ssl command.

show ssl [associate association_type {name}|crl-record {name2}|files
|flows
{slot number}|statistics {component} {slot number}|urlrewrite {slot number}]

Syntax Description

associate

Displays information for all SSL associations on the CSS including their names, file names, and if they are being used by a SSL-proxy list.

association_type

Displays information for an association type. Enter one of the following types:

cert - Certificate associations

rsakey - RSA key pair associations

dsakey - DSA key pair associations

dhparam - Diffie-Hellman parameter file associations

If you do not include a specific name for a type, a summary of information is displayed including the association names, file names, and if they are being used by a list.

name

(Optional) Displays detailed information for the specified name for an association type. To see a list of names for an association type, enter:

# show ssl associate association_type ?

crl-record {name2)

Displays configuration information for all certificate revocation list (CRL) records. Optionally, you can specify the CRL record name (name2)to display the configuration for a specific record.

The displayed information includes the CRL-record name, URL location, CA certificate for authentication, and the frequency in hours to update the CRL on the CSS.

files

Displays all SSL files on the CSS including their type and file size.

flows

Displays information about the active flows for each VIP address/port and SSL module. The output displays TCP proxy flows, active SSL flows (a subset of TCP proxy flows), and SSL flows occurring in the handshake phase of the protocol (a subset of active SSL flows).

slot number

(Optional) Displays the information for the slot location of the SSL module. The possible slots for an SSL module are:

2 or 3 for a CSS 11503

2 to 6 for a CSS 11506

If you do not specify a slot number, information for all SSL modules in the CSS is displayed.

statistics

Displays the counter statistics for all components in all of the CSS SSL Acceleration modules. The components include the SSL application software, the cryptography chip in the SSL module, the OpenSSL software, the session cache, the back-end session cache, and information on client authentication.

component

(Optional) Displays the statistics for the components. Enter one of the following:

session-cache - Cache in SSL module when used in SSL termination

backend-session-cache - Cache in SSL module when used in backend SSL or SSL initiation

ssl-proxy-server - The SSL application software in the CSS

crypto - The cryptography chip in the SSL module

ssl - The OpenSSL software

If you do not specify a component, the CSS displays the counters for all components in the SSL module.

urlrewite

Displays URL rewrite rule statistics for one or more CSS SSL modules. The statistics relate to the number of flows received and evaluated by the SSL module, and the number of HTTP 300-series redirects found and then rewritten by the module.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show ssl command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch SSL Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

clear
(config) ssl associate
(config) ssl crl-record

show ssl-proxy-list

To display information about SSL proxy configuration lists, use the show ssl-proxy-list command. You can display general information about all SSL proxy lists, detailed information about a specific list, or virtual or backend servers in the list.

show ssl-proxy-list {list_name {ssl-server|backend-server {number}}

Syntax Description

list_name

(Optional) Displays detailed information for all servers in the list. To see a list of names, enter:

# show ssl-proxy-list ?

ssl-server

(Optional) Displays information for all virtual SSL servers in the list.

backend-server

(Optional) Displays information for all backend SSL servers in the list.

number

(Optional) Displays information for a specific virtual or backend SSL server in a list.


Command Modes

Global, Owner, Content, Service, SuperUser, and User

Usage Guidelines

For information on using the show ssl-proxy-list command in ssl-proxy-list configuration mode, see the (ssl-proxy-list) show ssl-proxy-list command.

The show ssl-proxy-list command without an option displays general information about all configured SSL proxy lists on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show ssl-proxy-list command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch SSL Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) ssl-proxy-list
(ssl-proxy-list) description
(ssl-proxy-list) ssl-server

show startup-config

To display the CSS startup configuration (startup-config), use the show startup-config command. A startup-config contains configuration information that the CSS uses when it reboots.

show startup-config {line-numbers}

Syntax Description

line-numbers

(Optional) Displays the line numbers for each line in the startup-config


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the show startup-config command, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

copy

show startup-errors

To display errors that occurred when running the startup configuration at initialization time, use the show startup-errors command.

show startup-errors

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show rule

show sticky-stats

To display a summary of sticky connection statistics for the CSS, use the show sticky-stats command.

show sticky-stats

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show sticky-stats command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

show rule

show sticky-table all-sticky

To display all Layer 3, Layer 4, SSL, and WAP MSISDN sticky entries contained in the CSS sticky table that are based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule, use the show sticky-table all-sticky command.

show sticky-table all-sticky {page value}

Syntax Description

page value

(Optional) Displays sticky entries for a specific page in the sticky at 100 entries per page. Enter a value between 1 and 5000 to select the page of entries you want to view from the sticky table. To determine the page you want to display, use the Total Number of Used Entries Found value list in the show sticky-stats command output and divide by 100 (entries per page).


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show sticky-table all-sticky command without an option displays all entries in the sticky table. For information about the fields in the show sticky-table all-sticky command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

To display only Layer 3, Layer 4, SSL, or WAP MSISDN sticky entries contained in the CSS sticky table, see the show sticky-table l3-sticky, show sticky-table l4-sticky, show sticky-table ssl-sticky, or show sticky-table wap-sticky command.

Related Commands

show rule
show sticky-table l3-sticky
show sticky-table l4-sticky
show sticky-table ssl-sticky
show sticky-table wap-sticky
show sticky-stats

show sticky-table l3-sticky

To display the Layer 3 entries contained in the CSS sticky table based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule, use the show sticky-table l3-sticky command. Layer 3 sticks a user to a server based on the source IP address.

show sticky-table l3-sticky {page value|ipaddress ip_address sticky_mask}

Syntax Description

page value

(Optional) Displays Layer 3 sticky entries for a specific page in the sticky table at 100 entries per page. Enter a value between 1 and 5000 to select the page of entries you want to view from the sticky table. To determine the page you want to display, use the Total Number of Used Entries Found value list in the show sticky-stats command output and divide by 100 (entries per page).

ipaddress ip_address sticky_mask

(Optional) Specifies the IP address of the Layer 3 sticky table entry to be shown. Enter the IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.2.5). Specify the sticky mask from the content rule for this IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0). The default sticky mask of a content rule is 255.255.255.255.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show sticky-table l3-sticky command without an option displays all Layer 3 entries in the sticky table.

For information about the fields in the show sticky-table l3-sticky command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

show rule
show sticky-stats

show sticky-table l4-sticky

To display the Layer 4 entries contained in the CSS sticky table based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule, use the show sticky-table l4-sticky command. Layer 4 sticky functions identically to Layer 3 sticky, except that it sticks based on a combination of source IP address and destination port.

show sticky-table l4-sticky {page value|ipaddress ip_address sticky_mask port}

Syntax Description

page value

(Optional) Displays Layer 4 sticky entries for a specific page in the sticky table at 100 entries per page. Enter a value between 1 and 5000 to select the page of entries you want to view from the sticky table. To determine the page you want to display, use the Total Number of Used Entries Found value list in the show sticky-stats command output and divide by 100 (entries per page).

ipaddress ip_address sticky_mask port

(Optional) Specifies the IP address and destination port number of the Layer 4 sticky table entry to be shown. Enter the IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.2.5). Specify the sticky mask from the content rule for this IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 255.255.255.0). The default sticky mask of a content rule is 255.255.255.255.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show sticky-table l4-sticky command without an option displays all Layer 4 entries in the sticky table. For information about the fields in the show sticky-table l4-sticky command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

show rule
show sticky-stats

show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky

To display the session Call-ID entries contained in the CSS sticky table that are based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule, use the show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky command. Call ID is a unique call identifier contained in the SIP messages sent from the client to the SIP server.

show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky {page value|Call-ID sip_callid}

Syntax Description

page value

(Optional) Displays SIP Call-ID sticky entries for a specific page in the sticky table at 100 entries per page. Enter a value between 1 and 5000 to select the page of entries you want to view from the sticky table. To determine the page you want to display, use the Total Number of Used Entries Found value list in the show sticky-stats command output and divide by 100 (entries per page).

Call-ID sip_callid

(Optional) Specifies a specific Call ID to display from the sticky table. You can locate the Call-ID number by performing a packet trace.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky command with no option displays all session Call-ID entries in the sticky table.

For information about the fields in the show sticky-table sip-callid-sticky command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load- Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

show rule
show sticky-stats

show sticky-table ssl-sticky

To display the SSL entries contained in the CSS sticky table that are based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule, use the show sticky-table ssl-sticky command.

show sticky-table ssl-sticky {rule index {page value}|
{time number {page value}|sid text|collision|page value}

Syntax Description

rule index

(Optional) Displays the SSL entries in the sticky table for the content rule. Enter the index number for the SSL sticky content rule. You can locate the index number for the content rule in the show rule summary command.

page value

(Optional) Displays SSL sticky entries for a specific page in the sticky table at 100 entries per page. Enter a value between 1 and 5000 to select the page of entries you want to view from the sticky table. To determine the page you want to display, use the Total Number of Used Entries Found value list in the show sticky-stats command output and divide by 100 (entries per page).

time number

(Optional) Specifies the window of elapsed time (in seconds) in which to display entries from the sticky table. All sticky entries in the table that were referenced within the specified time appear in the show output. Enter the time in seconds.

sid text

(Optional) Displays the entries in the sticky table based on SSL Session ID (SID). Enter the SID value as a hexadecimal ASCII string without the 0x prefix. You can locate the SID number by performing a packet trace.

collision

(Optional) Displays the entries in the sticky table that have a collision count (Col Cnt) greater than 0.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show sticky-table ssl-sticky command without an option displays all SSL entries in the sticky table.

For information about the fields in the show sticky-table ssl-sticky command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

show rule
show sticky-stats

show sticky-table wap-sticky

To display the MSISDN header field entries contained in the CSS sticky table based on the advanced load-balancing method for a content rule, use the show sticky-table wap-sticky command. MSISDN is the header field for wireless clients using the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).

show sticky-table wap-sticky {page value|msisdn msisdn_header}

Syntax Description

page value

(Optional) Displays MSISDN sticky entries for a specific page in the sticky table, at 100 entries per page. Enter a value between 1 and 5000 to select the page of entries you want to view from the sticky table. To determine the page you want to display, use the Total Number of Used Entries Found value list in the show sticky-stats command output and divide by 100 (entries per page).

msisdn msisdn_header

(Optional) Specifies the MSISDN header field to display from the sticky table. Enter the msisdn_header as a text string. The MSISDN header field typically contains the wireless phone numbers. You can locate the MSISDN header by performing a packet trace.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show sticky-table wap-sticky command without an option displays all MSISDN header field entries in the sticky table.

For information about the fields in the show sticky-table wap-sticky command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show subscriber

To display the operational status of all subscriber services or subscriber services for a specific publishing service, use the show subscriber command.

show subscriber {publisher_name}

Syntax Description

publisher_name

(Optional) Name of a publishing service


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show subscriber command without an option displays information about all subscriber services.

For information about the fields in the show subscriber command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-service) publisher
(config-service) subscriber

show summary

To display the relationship between owners, content rules, and services, use the show summary command.

show sum{mary} {owner_name}

Syntax Description

owner_name

(Optional) Name of an existing owner. Enter an unquoted string with a maximum length of 32 characters.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show summary command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

show system-resources

To display information about the memory size in a CSS, use the show system-resources command. For a:

CSS 11501 - Displays information about the size of the installed and the available free memory.

CSS 11503 or 11506 - Displays information about the size of the installed and free memory available on all modules in the chassis. Optionally, you can display a summary of the CPU utilization by all module.

show system-resources {slot_number|cpu_summary}

Syntax Description

slot_number

(Optional) Specifies the CSS chassis slot number for which you want to display the system resources.

cpu_summary

(Optional) Displays a summary of the CPU utilization by all modules installed in the CSS chassis.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show system-resources command without an option displays information about the size of the installed and free memory available on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show system-resources command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

show tacacs-server

To display the TACACS+ server configuration information, use the show tacacs-server command.

show tacacs-server

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show tacacs-server command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Security Administration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) tacacs-server

show trunk

To display VLAN trunk status information on configured Ethernet ports and their associated VLANs, use the show trunk command.

show trunk

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show trunk command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Routing and Bridging Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-if) trunk
(config-if) vlan
(config-if-vlan) default-vlan

show uptime

To display the length of time the CSS has been running, use the show uptime command. The time is displayed in hour:minute:second format. For the CSS 11503 or 11506, this command shows how long each module has been running.

show uptime

Command Modes

All modes

show urql

To display general information about all Uniform Resource Locator qualifier list (URQL) or detailed information about a specific URQL, use the show urql command.

show urql {name}

Syntax Description

name

(Optional) Name of a specific URQL


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show urql command without an option displays general information about all URQLs including their names, descriptions, create type, state, and the number of content rules associated with each URQL.

The show urql name command displays detailed information for a specific URQL including its create type, state, and assigned URL entries.

If you use the show urql command in URQL mode, the CSS displays the detailed information for the current URQL.

For information about the fields in the show urql command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Content Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) urql

show user-database

To display a list of all users that have been configured on a CSS and the virtual and console authentication settings, use the show user-database command.

show user-database {user_name}

Syntax Description

user_name

(Optional) Name of a valid user. Enter a case-sensitive unquoted text string.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show user-database command without an option displays a list of all users that have been configured on a CSS and the virtual and console authentication settings.

For information about the fields in the show user-database command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

Related Commands

(config) username
(config) username-technician

show variable

To display a list of all or specific user-defined variables, use the show variable command.

show variable {name}

Syntax Description

name

(Optional) Name of a variable


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The CLI uses the following special variables in its operation to control session behavior and to enhance interaction with CLI commands and the user:

The USER variable is set automatically to the username starting the CLI session at login time.

The LINE variable is set automatically to the line that the user is connected to at login time.

The MODE variable is set automatically to the current mode as the user navigates the hierarchy of CLI modes.

The STATUS variable is set automatically to return the exit status of the previously-executed CLI command. In most cases, with the exception of the grep command, an exit status of 0 indicates a command was successful, and a non-zero value indicates failure.

The CHECK_STARTUP_ERRORS variable, if set within a profile script, indicates the user should be informed of startup-errors upon login. If the CSS detects a startup-errors file in the log directory, the screen displays the ***Startup Errors occurred on boot.*** message.

The CONTINUE_ON_ERROR variable controls how a script executing in an interactive CLI session handles a command error. When you set this variable in a script with the set command, the execution of a script continues when errors are detected. If you do not set this variable in a script, the script terminates when an error occurs.

Exercise caution when using this variable. Syntax errors are ignored when it is set. Set this variable in the script where you expect a command to fail and then disable it with the no set command.

The show variable command without an option displays a list of the user-defined variables and their values on the CSS.

show version

To display the current software version, licenses running on the CSS, and, if applicable, the path to the network-mounted CSS software and configuration path, use the show version command. This command also displays the flash version for the CSS.

show version

Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

For information about the fields in the show version command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Administration Guide.

show virtual-routers

To display a list of all virtual routers and critical reporters configured on the CSS, use the show virtual-routers command. You can provide an interface IP address to display only the virtual routers present on a particular interface. You can also include a VRID to display only the information for a particular virtual router.

show virtual-routers {ip_address {vrid}}

Syntax Description

ip_address

(Optional) IP address for the redundant interface. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1).

vrid

(Optional) ID for an existing virtual router.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show virtual-routers command without an option displays all virtual routers on the CSS.

For information about the fields in the show virtual-routers command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Server Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

(config-circuit-ip) ip virtual-router

show zone

To display the current state of all zones or a specified zone, use the show zone command.

show zone {zone {verbose}|local|verbose}

Syntax Description

zone

(Optional) Zone index of the peer. If you omit this variable, this command displays the states of all zones.

local

(Optional) Displays local zone information including its zone index number, configured description, tier level, and PDB IP address.

verbose

(Optional) Displays extra information per Proximity CAPP Messaging (PCM) negotiation. This information includes a count of transmitted and received PCM_CLIENT_CTL packet types, a count of client packets, and a count of APP transmit errors.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The show zone command is available on a Proximity Database and a DNS CSS.

The show zone command without an option displays the state of Client Control Negotiations.

For information about the fields in the show zone command output, refer to the Cisco Content Services Switch Global Load-Balancing Configuration Guide.

socket

Use the socket command and options as socket primitives in a script keepalive. The socket primitives allow for ASCII or hexadecimal send and receive functionality. The options for this command are:

socket connect - Performs either a TCP or UDP connection

socket disconnect - Disconnects from the remote host

socket inspect - Inspects the socket internal data buffer for data

socket receive - Fills the 10K internal buffer with data coming in from the remote host, and then locks the buffer so that no new data is placed in the buffer

socket send - Writes data through a previously-connected TCP connection

socket waitfor - Returns the call immediately upon finding the specified string argument

For more information on these commands and any associated options, see the following commands.

Related Commands

show sockets

socket connect

To perform either a TCP or UDP connection, use the socket connect command. A TCP connection performs a TCP connection handshake (SYN, SYN/ACK...) to a specific IP address and port. A UDP connection is a reservation of the host and port. The socket value is received in a ${SOCKET} variable in the script.


Note A maximum of 64sockets can be opened at any one time across all scripts on the CSS.


socket connect host ip_address port number [tcp {timeout} {session} {nowait}|udp {session}]

Syntax Description

ip_address

Host name or IP address of the remote system.

number

Port number on which to negotiate a connection.

tcp

Defines a connection using TCP.

udp

Defines a connection using UDP.

timeout

(Optional) Timeout value in milliseconds for network establishment. This value applies only to a TCP connection. If the time limit expires before the connection has been successfully made, then the attempt fails. Enter a value from 1 to 60000 ms (1 to 60 seconds). The default is 5000 ms (5 seconds).

session

(Optional) Tells the socket to remain open until the session is finished. Any scripts with open sockets in the session that do not close on their own will remain open until you log out.

nowait

Keyword that tells the socket to send data immediately without waiting to aggregate the data first.


Command Modes

All modes

socket disconnect

To close the connection to the remote host, use the socket disconnect command. By default, a reset (RST) is sent to the remote host to reset the connection.

socket disconnect socket_number {graceful}

Syntax Description

socket_number

Socket file descriptor in integer form. The descriptor is returned from a connection.

graceful

(Optional) Allows a graceful disconnect by sending a FIN (no more data from the sender) rather than an RST to the remote host.


Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show sockets

socket inspect

To inspect the socket internal data buffer for data, use the socket inspect command. If data is found, this command displays the last 10 KB of data received to standard output. If the characters displayed are nonprintable, they are represented by a period character (.).

socket inspect socket_number [pretty|raw]

Syntax Description

socket_number

Socket file descriptor in integer form. The descriptor is returned from a connection.

pretty

Outputs each line with both hexadecimal and ASCII equivalents for each byte of data. Each line contains 16 bytes. For example, "0x41 0x42 0x43 0x44 0x10 0x05 ABCD.."

raw

Displays the string values as hexadecimal bytes rather than a simple string. For example, "ABCD" becomes "41424344" (1-byte hexadecimal equivalent).


Command Modes

All modes

socket receive

To fill the 10-KB internal buffer with data coming in from the remote host and then lock the buffer so that no new data is placed in the buffer, use the socket receive command. You can dump all the data residing in this internal 10-KB buffer to standard output.


Note All previous data in the 10-KB internal buffer is flushed out before filling the buffer with new data.


socket receive socket_number {timeout} {raw}

Syntax Description

socket_number

Socket file descriptor in integer form. The descriptor is returned from a connection.

timeout

(Optional) Timeout value representing the number of milliseconds to wait before locking the internal 10-KB buffer and returning to the user. Enter a value from 1 to 15000 milliseconds. The default value is 100 ms.

raw

(Optional) Causes the text string values to be received and changed to hexadecimal bytes. For example, 0D0A is received as 0x0D 0x0A (carriage return, line feed).


Command Modes

All modes

socket send

To write data through a previously-connected TCP connection or a UDP-reserved host port, use the socket send command. Note that the socket send command empties the content s of the 10-KB receive buffer.

socket send socket_number "string" {raw|base64}

Syntax Description

socket_number

Socket file descriptor in integer form. The descriptor is returned from a connection.

"string"

Data to write through the connection. Enter a quoted string with a maximum of 128 characters.

raw

(Optional) Causes the text string values to be changed and transferred as actual hexadecimal bytes rather than a standard ASCII string. For example, 0D0A is sent as 0x0D 0x0A (carriage return, line feed).

base64

(Optional) Base-64 encodes the string before sending it through the connection. The encoding is useful for HTTP basic authentication for connections to a password-protected website.


Command Modes

All modes

socket waitfor

To return the call immediately upon finding the specified string argument or any incoming data, use the socket waitfor command. When the specified string or data is found, the command returns a ${STATUS} of 0 (success). Otherwise, it returns 1 (failure). You can view the retrieved data by using the socket inspect command.

socket waitfor socket_number [anything {timeout}|"string" {timeout} {case-sensitive} {offset bytes} {raw}]

Syntax Description

socket_number

Socket file descriptor in integer form. The descriptor is returned from a connection.

anything

Any incoming data returns the call within the timeout period. If any data is found, the command returns immediately and does not wait the entire timeout period.

timeout

(Optional) Timeout value in milliseconds that the software waits for the string argument to be found. Enter a value from 1 to 15000 milliseconds. The default value is 100 ms.

"string"

Specific string that returns the call within the timeout period. If the string is found, the command returns immediately and does not wait the entire timeout period. Enter a quoted string with a maximum of 128 characters.

case-sensitive

(Optional) Indicates that the string comparison is case-sensitive. For example, User is not equivalent to user.

offset bytes

(Optional) Indicates how many bytes into the received data to find the string. For example, a string of "a0" and an offset of 10 searches for "a0" 10 bytes into the received data.

raw

(Optional) Causes the string values to be interpreted as hexadecimal bytes rather then a simple string. For example, 0D0A is sent as 0x0D 0x0A (carriage return, line feed).


Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

socket inspect

terminal

To set terminal parameters, use the terminal command. These parameters control output to the terminal screen. Terminal parameters are user-specific, applying uniquely for the current session. To permanently save changes you made to a terminal parameter, you can use the copy running-config command, or when you exit a CLI session, you can respond with y when the CSS prompts you that the profile has changed and queries whether you want to save the changes to the user profile. The options for this command are:

terminal idle - Sets the maximum amount of time that the terminal session can be idle before the CSS logs it out

terminal length - Sets the terminal screen output length

terminal more - Enables terminal More command support

terminal netmask-format - Controls the display of subnet masks in show commands

terminal timeout - Sets the maximum amount of time that a terminal session can be logged into the CSS


Note To save the setting for these commands for use in other sessions, you can include a terminal parameter as a session-based configuration parameter for a profile script.


For more information on these commands and any associated options, see the following commands.

terminal idle

To set the maximum amount of time that the terminal session can be idle before the CSS logs it out, use the terminal idle command. Use the no form of this command to set the idle time for the terminal to the default of 0.

terminal idle number

no terminal idle

Syntax Description

number

Maximum time in minutes. Enter a number from 0 to 65535. The default is 0, which disables the idle timer. Note that the default idle timer for the session is disabled in the default profile script.


Command Modes

User and SuperUser

terminal length

To set the number of lines of output the CLI displays on the terminal screen, use the terminal length command. Use the no form of this command to set the number of lines to the default 25 lines.

terminal length number

no terminal length

Syntax Description

number

Number of lines of output to display. Enter a number from 2 to 65535. The default is 25.


Command Modes

User and SuperUser

Related Commands

terminal more

terminal more

To enable support for More command functions with the terminal, use the terminal more command. Use the no form of this command to disable support for More command functions.

terminal more

no terminal more


Note Use Esc-M as a keyboard shortcut to toggle between enabling and disabling more support on this session.


Command Modes

User and SuperUser

Related Commands

terminal length

terminal netmask-format

To define the IP subnet mask format when you display the running configuration on the terminal screen, use the terminal netmask-format command. Use the no form of this command to display subnet masks in the default dotted-decimal format.

terminal netmask-format [bitcount|decimal|hexadecimal]

no terminal netmask-format

Syntax Description

bitcount

Display masks in bit counts (for example, /24).

decimal

Display masks in dotted-decimal format (for example, 255.255.255.0). This is the default format.

hexadecimal

Display masks in hexadecimal format (for example, 0XFFFFFF00).


Command Modes

User and SuperUser

Related Commands

show running-config

terminal timeout

To set the maximum amount of time that a terminal session can be logged into the CSS, use the terminal timeout command. Use the no form of this command to set the timeout for a terminal session to the default of 0.

terminal timeout number

no terminal timeout

Syntax Description

number

Maximum time in minutes. Enter a number from 0 to 65535. The default is 0, which disables the timeout period.


Command Modes

User and SuperUser

Usage Guidelines

The default timeout period for the session is disabled in the default profile script.

traceroute

To trace the connectivity and the path to an IP address, use the traceroute command.

traceroute ip_or_host

Syntax Description

ip_or_host

The IP address you want to trace. Enter an IP address in dotted-decimal notation (for example, 192.168.11.1) or in mnemonic host-name format (for example, myhost.mydomain.com).


Command Modes

All modes

update arp

To update the file containing the host IP addresses entered at initialization or boot time through ARP, use the update arp command.

update arp file

Command Modes

SuperUser

Usage Guidelines

The update arp command forces the CSS to write the current ARP cache to the ARP file on disk.

Related Commands

clear
show arp
(config) arp

var-shift

To remove the first word from a character variable value, leaving the remaining words, use the var-shift command. When the last word is removed, the value of the variable becomes "".

var-shift variable_name

Syntax Description

variable_name

A character string representing the variable. Enter a string with a maximum length of 32 characters.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

You can also access words in a character variable by using [word_number] notation with the normal variable syntax. The var-shift command is typically used within a script.

Related Commands

show variable

version

To display the current software version, licenses running on the CSS, and, if applicable, the path to the network-mounted CSS software and configuration path, use the version command. This command also displays the flash version for the CSS.

version

Command Modes

All modes

while

To provide branch looping capabilities within an interactive session or within a script, use the while command.

while [constant|variable_name] {"operator(s)" "operand(s)"}

Syntax Description

constant

The number of times to execute the loop. Enter an integer or user-defined variable.

variable_name

A character string representing a variable. Enter a name with a maximum length of 32 characters.

"operator"

(Optional) One or more operations on the operand. Enter a quoted string of one or more of the following operators. Separate multiple operators with a space.

OR — Simple OR operator

> — Greater than operator

AND — Simple AND operator

* — Multiplication operator

MOD — Modulus operator

/ — Division operator

>= — Greater than or equal to operator

< — Less than operator

<= — Less than or equal to operator

== — Equality operator

+ — Add to variable

- — Subtract from variable

-- — Decrement variable

++ — Increment variable

Numeric value operators are handled one at a time from left to right, using the list of operands from the list as needed. Operators, such as -- and ++, do not require an operand.

"operand"

(Optional) One or more strings or arguments, as follows:

For character operators, enter a quoted string of either a string constant or a character argument.

For numeric operators, enter a quoted string of one or more integers or numeric argument. Separate multiple operands with a space.


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The while command initiates the creation of a branch block. You can include any number of commands in this block including nested blocks. To terminate a branch block, use the endbranch command.

Related Commands

endbranch
input
set
show variable

write memory

To copy the running-config to the startup-config and archive the startup-config, use the write memory command.

write memory

Command Modes

SuperUser

zero dos statistics

To set the Denial of Service (DoS) statistics for the CSS to zero, use the zero dos statistics command. The show dos command displays the statistics.

zero dos statistics

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show dos

zero ip-fragment-stats

To set the IP fragment statistics, use the zero ip-fragment-stats command. This command sets the values of the statistics in the IP Fragment Statistics and IP Fragment Errors sections of the show ip-fragment-stats command output to zero.

zero ip-fragment-stats

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show ip-fragment-stats

zero ip statistics

To set the global IP (TCP/UDP) statistics for the CSS to zero, use the zero ip statistics command. The show ip statistics command displays the statistics.

zero ip statistics

Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show ip statistics

zero reporter state-transitions

To set the reporter State Transitions counter for the CSS to zero, use the zero reporter state-transitions command. The show reporter command displays the statistics.

zero reporter state-transitions [all|reporter reporter_name]

Syntax Description

all

Sets the State Transitions counter for all reporters to zero

reporter reporter_name

Specifies the name of a reporter whose State Transitions statistics you want to set to zero


Command Modes

All modes

Related Commands

show reporter

zero service

To set specified statistics counters for all services on the CSS to zero, use the zero service command. The show service command displays the counters.

zero service [total-connections|total-reused-connections
|state-transitions]

Syntax Description

total-connections

Sets the Total Connections counter for all services to zero

total-reused-connections

Sets the Total Reused Conns counter for all services to zero

state-transitions

Sets the State Transitions counter for all services to zero


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The zero service command resets specific counters for all services. To reset counters for a content rule or a specific service on a content rule, use the (config-owner-content) zero command.

Related Commands

show service

zero virtual-router state-changes

To set the State Changes field of the show virtual-routers command output to zero, use the zero virtual-router state-changes command in any mode.

zero virtual-router state-changes [all|circuit ip_address [all|vrid number]]

Syntax Description

all

Sets the State Changes counter of all VRs configured on the CSS to zero

circuit ip_address

Specifies a circuit IP address where VRs are configured

all

Sets the State Changes counter of all VRs on the specified circuit to zero

vrid number

Sets the State Changes counter of the specified VR on the specified circuit to zero


Command Modes

All modes

Usage Guidelines

The State Changes field records the number of times that a VR changed state since the CSS was booted.

Related Commands

show virtual-routers