Configuration Guide for Integrated AppNav/AppNav-XE and ISR-WAAS on Cisco ISR 4451-X
Monitoring the AppNav-XE Component
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Table of Contents

Monitoring the AppNav-XE and ISR-WAAS Components

AppNav Controller Show Commands

Checking the Status of the AppNav Controller

Checking the Membership of the AppNav Controller Group

Displaying Detailed Information About Service Node Groups and Service Nodes

Displaying Class Maps and Policy Maps

Displaying Service Context Information

Displaying Data Path Statistics

Displaying AppNav Controller Group Statistics

Displaying Per Service Node and Service Node Group Statistics

Displaying Service Context Statistics

Displaying Flow Statistics

Displaying Application and Session Statistics

Displaying Classification Statistics

Displaying Pass Through Reason Statistics

Displaying Alarms

AppNav Service Node Auto Discovery Show Commands

Container Show Commands

Displaying Virtual Service Information

Displaying Details for a Virtual Service

Displaying a List of Virtual Services

Displaying Storage Volume Information for a Virtual Service

Displaying Statistics for a Virtual Service

Monitoring the AppNav-XE and ISR-WAAS Components

This chapter describes how to monitor the AppNav-XE and ISR-WAAS components and contains the following sections:

AppNav Controller Show Commands

You can use show commands to check status and display data.

Checking the Status of the AppNav Controller

Use the following command to check on the general status of the AppNav Controller. The command also lists all the interfaces that have “service-insertion waas” configured.

router# show service-insertion status
 
Hostname: Branch-router
Device ID:30f7.0d54.5510
Platform Type:cisco (ISR4452/K9) 2RU
IOS Version: 15.3(20130102:194350)
AppNav Controller Version: 1.0.0
AppNav Enabled Interfaces:
GigabitEthernet0/0/1
 
 

Checking the Membership of the AppNav Controller Group

Use the following command to check the membership of the AppNav Controller group. It also lists all the service nodes configured and registered with the AppNav Controller.

router# show service-insertion appnav-controller-group
All AppNav Controller Groups in service context
Appnav Controller Group : acg
Member Appnav Controller Count : 2
Members:
IP Address
21.0.0.36
21.0.0.160
 
AppNav Controller : 21.0.0.36
Local AppNav Controller : Yes
Current status of AppNav Controller : Alive
Time current status was reached : Wed Sep 5 15:50:06 2012
Cluster protocol ICIMP version : 1.1
Cluster protocol Incarnation Number : 1
Cluster protocol Last Sent Sequence Number : 0
Cluster protocol Last Received Sequence Number : 0
Current AC View of AppNav Controller
IP Address
21.0.0.36
21.0.0.160
 
Current SN View of AppNav Controller
IP Address
21.0.0.149
 
AppNav Controller : 21.0.0.160
Local AppNav Controller : No
Current status of AppNav Controller : Alive
Time current status was reached : Thu Dec 6 20:17:53 2012
Cluster protocol ICIMP version : 1.1
Cluster protocol Incarnation Number : 1
Cluster protocol Last Sent Sequence Number : 1355098374
Cluster protocol Last Received Sequence Number : 1355089899
 
Current AC View of AppNav Controller
IP Address
21.0.0.36
21.0.0.160
 
Current SN View of AppNav Controller
IP Address
21.0.0.149

Displaying Detailed Information About Service Node Groups and Service Nodes

Use the show service-insertion service-node-group [ sng_name | all] command to display detailed information about service node groups and individual service nodes. You can also use this command to check the status of individual application accelerators.

The output of this command shows the following:

  • Cluster protocol information. The last sent sequence number and the last received sequence number values should be increasing continuously.
  • Number of service nodes and associated service contexts.
  • Status of each service node, which can be either Alive or Dead
  • Load state, which displays the health of the application accelerators. The load state can be one of the following:

green—application accelerator is functional and accepting new flows

yellow—application accelerator is functional but not accepting new flows

red—application accelerator is not functional

  • Overall availability of the service node group for each application accelerator
router# show service-insertion service-node-group
Service Node Group name : sng1
Service Context : waas/1
Member Service Node count : 1
 
Service Node (SN) : 21.0.0.149
Auto discovered : No
SN belongs to SNG : sng1
Current status of SN : Alive
Time current status was reached : Thu Dec 6 20:17:11 2012
 
Cluster protocol DMP version : 1.1
Cluster protocol incarnation number : 2
Cluster protocol last sent sequence number : 1355101043
Cluster protocol last received sequence number: 1348909100
 
Health Markers:
AO Load State Since
tcp GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
epm GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
cifs GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
mapi GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
http GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
video GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
nfs GREEN 0d 5h 39m 38s
ssl YELLOW 0d 5h 39m 38s
ica RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
 
SNG Availability per Accelerator
AO Available Since
tcp Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
epm Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
cifs Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
mapi Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
http Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
video Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
nfs Yes 0d 5h 39m 38s
ssl No 0d 0h 0m 0s
ica No 0d 0h 0m 0s

Displaying Class Maps and Policy Maps

The following commands reflect the running configuration and are useful for checking classifications without having to scan through an entire running configuration.

To display all type AppNav class maps and their matching criteria, or a specific AppNav class map and its matching criteria, use the following command:

router# show class-map type appnav [AppNav_class_name]
 

To display all type AppNav policy maps and their class and action mappings, or a specified policy map and its class or action mappings, use the following command:

router# show policy-map type appnav [AppNav_policy_name]
 

The show policy-map target service-context [ service_context_name ] command displays policy map information for service contexts. Use this command to view the flow level stats of all the class maps and policy maps that are configured under a service context. If you do not specify a service context name, the command displays all the configured class maps and policy maps.

Here are two examples:

router# show policy-map target service-context waas/1
Service-policy appnav input: p1
 
Class-map: c1 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng1
Distributed: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Passed through: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Aggregate: 0 packets, 0 bytes
monitor-load http
Class-map: class-default (match-any)
Match: any
 
router# show policy-map target service-context
Service-policy appnav input: p1
Class-map: c1 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng1
Distributed: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Passed through: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Aggregate: 0 packets, 0 bytes
monitor-load http
 
Class-map: class-default (match-any)
Match: any
 
Service-policy appnav input: p3
 
Class-map: c3 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng3
Distributed: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Passed through: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Aggregate: 0 packets, 0 bytes
 
Class-map: class-default (match-any)
Match: any

Displaying Service Context Information

To display information about service contexts, use the show service-insertion service-context [ service_context_name ] command. The output of this command displays the status of the specified service context, including the following:

  • Current and last states of the Cluster Membership Manager (CMM) and FSM
  • State of the cluster
  • Views of the stable and current AppNav Controller and service nodes

Here is an example:

router# show service-insertion service-context waas/1
 
Service Context : waas/1
Cluster protocol ICIMP version : 1.1
Cluster protocol DMP version : 1.1
Time service context was enabled : Thu Sep 8 08:38:41 2011
Current FSM state : Operational
Time FSM entered current state : Thu Sep 8 08:48:26 2011
Last FSM state : Converging
Time FSM entered last state : Thu Sep 8 08:48:16 2011
Cluster operational state : Operational
 
Stable AppNav Controller View:
2.58.2.40
Stable SN View:
2.43.139.170 2.58.2.40
Current AppNav Controller View:
2.58.2.40
Current SN View:
2.43.139.170 2.58.2.40

Displaying AppNav Controller Group Statistics

To see the number of “keepalives” sent to the other AppNav Controllers and received from the other AppNav Controllers and other statistics related to the AppNav Controller group, use the following command:

router# show service-insertion statistics appnav-controller-group
Appnav Controller Group : acg
Number of AppNav Controllers : 2
Members:
IP Address
21.0.0.36
21.0.0.160
 
Aggregate Appnav Controller statistics
--------------------------------------
Time since statistics were last reset/cleared : 0d 5h 47m 14s
 
Aggregate number of keepalives sent to ACs : 168484
Aggregate number of keepalives received from ACs : 166372
Aggregate number of invalid keepalives received :
Total : 0
Incompatible ICIMP version : 0
Authentication Failed : 0
Stale keepalive : 0
Malformed keepalive : 0
Unknown keepalive : 0
Inactive keepalive : 0
Aggregate number of times liveliness lost with ACs : 1
Aggregate number of times liveliness gained with ACs : 2

Displaying Per Service Node and Service Node Group Statistics

To show the connections, packets, and bytes sent to each service node, use the following command:

router# show service-insertion statistics service-node [IP_address]
 

To show the aggregated connections, packets, and bytes sent to each service node group, use this command:

router# show service-insertion statistics service-node-group [NAME]
 

Here is an example:

router# show service-insertion statistics service-node
 
Statistics for Service Node 21.0.0.149
-------------------------------------------------------
Time since statistics were last reset/cleared: 0d 18h 7m 54s
Number of probe requests sent to SN : 326024
Number of probe responses received from SN : 326014
Number of invalid probe responses received:
Total : 0
Incompatible DMP version : 0
Authentication failed : 0
Stale response : 0
Malformed response : 0
Unknown response: 0
Number of times liveliness lost with SN : 0
Number of times liveliness regained with SN :1
 
Cluster IPC statistics
----------------------
Time since statistics were last reset/cleared: 0d 18h 8m 24s
Number of load updates received from CMM: 4
Number of erroneous load updates: 0
Time since last load update was received: 0d 14h 32m 43s
 
Load stats for Service Node 21.0.0.149
---------------------------------------------
 
Accelerator state transition statistics
---------------------------------------
Time since Accl load stats were last cleared: 0d 18h 8m 24s
Accl Current Previous Red Yellow Green
tcp GREEN RED 0 0 1
epm GREEN RED 0 0 1
cifs GREEN RED 0 0 1
mapi GREEN RED 0 0 1
http GREEN RED 0 0 1
video GREEN RED 0 0 1
nfs GREEN RED 0 0 1
ssl YELLOW RED 0 1 0
ica RED RED 0 0 0
 
Traffic distribution statistics for service node 21.0.0.149
----------------------------------------------------------
Time since distribution stats were last cleared: 0d 18h 8m 24s
 
Packet and byte counts
----------------------
Redirected Bytes : 2338
Redirected Packets : 50
Received Bytes : 3350
Received Packets : 50
 
Occurences
-----------
Initial Redirects : 2
Initial Redirects Accepted : 2
Initial Redirect -> Passthrough : 0
Redirect -> Passthrough : 0
 

The important statistics are as follows:

  • Probe Requests: The number of heartbeats sent to the service node.
  • Probe Responses: The number of heartbeats received from the service node.
  • Redirected Bytes: The number of bytes redirected to the service node.
  • Redirected Packets: The number of data packets redirected to the service node.
  • Received Bytes: The number of bytes received from the service node.
  • Received Packets: The number of data packets received from the service node.
  • Initial Redirects: The number of times that the SYN packet (the first packet for requesting connection in a TCP flow) was redirected to the service node.
  • Initial Redirects Accepted: The number of times that the service node decided to optimize on SYN packet.
  • Initial Redirects -> Passthrough: The number of times that the service node decided to pass-through on SYN packet.
  • Redirect -> Passthrough: The number of times that the service node decided to pass-through a flow after it was initially accepted for optimize (e.g. due to lack of peer).

Displaying Service Context Statistics

To display statistics about the service context, use the show service-insertion statistics service-context [ name ] command. The output of this command displays the time spent in each FSM state by the CMM and the amount of time that each service context has been in each FSM state.

Here is an example:

Router# show service-insertion statistics service-context
Time spent in various FSM states
 
Converging : 0d 0h 0m 31s
Initializing : 0d 0h 0m 0s
Operational : 1d 19h 27m 53s
Degraded : 0d 0h 0m 0s
Internal Error : 0d 0h 0m 0s
Admin Disabled : 0d 0h 0m 0s
 
Number of entries into Converging State: 3
Number of entries into Initializing State: 1
Number of entries into Operational State: 3
Number of entries into Degraded State: 0
Number of entries into Internal Error State: 0
Number of entries into Admin Disabled State: 0

Displaying Flow Statistics

To query the flows in the flow table and to optionally filter the output by using specific criteria, use the following command:

router# show service-insertion statistics connection [[summary] | [vrf-name name] [client-ip IP_address] [client-port port_number] [server-ip IP_address] [server-port port_number] [detail]]
 

As part of the flow query, the following information for every flow is available:

  • Client IP address, client TCP port and server IP address, server TCP port number
  • Service node IP address, passthrough
  • VRF name

Here is an example:

router# show service-insertion statistics connection
Collecting Records. Please wait...
Client Server SN-IP VRF-Name
51.0.222.4:64234 11.0.0.3:80 21.0.0.104 br_vrf
51.0.222.4:22415 11.0.0.3:80 21.0.0.104
51.0.222.4:15264 11.0.0.3:80 21.0.0.104
51.0.222.4:37759 11.0.0.3:80 21.0.0.104
51.0.222.4:55408 11.0.11.2:23 Passthrou
 

If you include the detail keyword, the report also displays the following on a per flow basis:

  • Presence of session (3T) or App (2T) association
  • Application ID
  • Peer ID

The following is an example:

router# show service-insertion statistics connection detail
Collecting Records. Please wait...
 
Client: 192.168.80.4:60973
Server: 192.168.180.4:135
Service Node IP: 172.16.0.2
Flow association: 2T:No,3T:No
VRF-Name:
Application ID: 0
Peer-ID: 00:21:5e:76:65:08
Client: 192.168.80.4:60959
Server: 192.168.180.4:1092
Service Node IP: 172.16.0.2
Flow association: 2T:Yes,3T:Yes
VRF-Name:
Application ID: 78
Peer-ID: 00:21:5e:76:65:08
 

If you include the summary keyword, the report displays only the number of 2T and 3T entries, the number of optimized flows, the number of passthrough flows, and the number of flow synchronization failures due to VRF config mismatch on the AppNav Controllers.

The following is an example:

router# show service-insertion statistics connection summary
Number of 2T optimized flows = 0
Number of 3T optimized flows = 0
Number of optimized flows = 3
Number of pass-through flows = 1
Flow sync failures due to vrf mismatch = 0
 

You can also use the show platform software command. It works exactly the same as the show service-insertion statistics command, but it can also be used to query the flows on the standby FP.

router# show platform software appnav-controller <f0 | f1 | fp active | fp standby> connections …

Displaying Application and Session Statistics

To query the application and session entries and to optionally filter the output by using specific criteria, use the following command:

router# show service-insertion statistics sessions [[vrf-name name] [client-ip IP_address][server-ip IP_address] [server-port port_number] [detail]]
 

Application entries do not have client or service node IP addresses.

Here is an example:

router# show service-insertion statistics sessions
 
Collecting Records. Please wait...
Client Server SN-IP VRF-Name
N/A 192.168.180.4:1092 N/A
192.168.80.4:0 192.168.180.4:1092 172.16.0.2
 

If you include the detail keyword, the report also displays the application ID and the time since the last activity.

Here is an example:

Router# show service-insertion statistics sessions detail
Collecting Records. Please wait...
Client: 192.168.80.4:0
Server: 192.168.180.4:1098
Service Node IP: 172.16.0.2
VRF-Name:
Application ID: 78
Time since last activity : 0hr 36min 30sec
Client: N/A
Server: 192.168.180.4:1098
Service Node IP: N/A
VRF-Name:
Application ID: 78
Time since last activity : 0hr 36min 30sec
 

You can also use the show platform software command. It works exactly the same as the show service-insertion statistics command, but it can also be used to query the application and session entries on the standby FP.

router# show platform software appnav-controller <f0 | f1 | fp active | fp standby> sessions …

Displaying Classification Statistics

Use the show policy-map target service-context [ service_context_name ] command to view the flow level statistics of all the class maps and policy maps that are configured under a service context. If you do not enter a service context name, the system displays all the configured class maps and policy map output.

The following are examples:

router# show policy-map target service-context waas/1
 
Service-policy appnav input: p1
Class-map: c1 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng
Distributed: 313450 packets, 135820480 bytes
Passed through: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Aggregate: 313450 packets, 135820480 bytes
 
monitor-load http
 
Class-map: c2 (match-all)
Match: access-group 102
Pass-through
Distributed: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Passed through: 40 packets, 30000 bytes
Aggregate: 40 packets, 30000 bytes
 
Class-map: class-default (match-any)
Match: any
 
router# show policy-map target service-context
 
Service-policy appnav input: p1
Class-map: c1 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng1
Distributed: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Passed through: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Aggregate: 0 packets, 0 bytes
monitor-load http
 
Class-map: class-default (match-any)
Match: any
 
Service-policy appnav input: p3
Class-map: c3 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng3
Distributed: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Passed through: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Aggregate: 0 packets, 0 bytes
 
Class-map: class-default (match-any)
Match: any

Displaying Pass Through Reason Statistics

To view the passthrough reason statistics aggregated for all the classes of a policy associated with the specified service context, use the following command:

router# show policy-map target service-context context_name passthru-reason
 

To view the passthrough reason statistics for a particular class of a policy associated with the specified service context, use the following command:

router# show policy-map target service-context context_name class class_name passthru-reason
 

Here is an example:

router# show policy-map target service-context waas/1 class c4 passthru-reason
 
Service-policy appnav input: p4
 
Class-map: c4 (match-all)
Match: access-group 101
distribute service-node-group sng4
Distributed: 11 packets, 222 bytes
Passed through: 100 packets, 22000 bytes
Aggregate: 111 packets, 22222 bytes
Collected by SC:
 
Passthrough Reasons Packets Bytes
------------------------ ------- - ------
PT Flow Learn Failure 0 0
PT SNG Overload 0 0
PT Appnav Policy 0 0
PT Cluster Degrade 0 0
PT ZBFW 0 0
PT NAT ALG 0 0
PT Unknown 0 0
 
Indicated by SN:
 
Passthrough Reasons Packet Bytes
------------------------ ------- - ------
PT No Peer 100 22000
PT Rjct Capabilities 0 0
PT Rjct Resources 0 0
PT Rjct No License 0 0
PT App Config 0 0
PT Global Config 0 0
PT Asymmetric 0 0
PT In Progress 0 0
PT Intermediate 0 0
PT Overload 0 0
PT Internal Error 0 0
PT App Override 0 0
PT Server Black List 0 0
PT AD Version Mismatch 0 0
PT AD AO Incompatible 0 0
PT AD AOIM Progress 0 0
PT DM Version Mismatch 0 0
PT Peer Override 0 0
PT Bad AD Options 0 0
PT Non-optimizing Peer 0 0
PT SN Interception ACL 0 0
PT IP Fragment Unsupported 0 0
----------- -------
PT Overall 100 22000

Displaying Alarms

Use the following command to display the alarms seen on the AppNav Controller. The detail option gives a brief explanation of each alarm and the support option gives a longer explanation along with a recommended action.

router# show service-insertion alarms [critical | major | minor] [detail [support]]
 

The following is an example:

router# show service-insertion alarms detail
 
Critical Alarms:
----------------
Alarm Instance Alm ID Module AC/SN IP Addr AO SNG
1 degraded_cluster 29002 cmm N/A N/A N/A
 
Cluster protocol detected inconsistency in AC view of peer ACs. Device will pass-through all new connections.
 
Major Alarms:
-------------
Alarm Instance Alm ID Module AC/SN IP Addr AO SNG
1 ac_unreachable 29006 cmm 192.168.1.11 N/A N/A
 
Cluster protocol on device cannot communicate with peer AC ("192.168.1.11").
 
2 sn_unreachable 29007 cmm 192.168.2.31 N/A N/A
 
Cluster protocol on device cannot communicate with peer SN ("192.168.2.31").
 
3 sng_unavailable 30001 fdm N/A N/A sng1
 
Service Node Group ("sng1") has become unavailable.
 
4 sng_ao_unavailable 30000 fdm N/A sslsng
 
Service Node Group ("sng") has become unavailable for accelerator - ("ssl").
 
Minor Alarms:
-------------
None

AppNav Service Node Auto Discovery Show Commands

Use the following commands to show information about the AppNav service node auto discovery feature.

show service-insertion service-node-group sng_name

router# show service-insertion service-node-group sng
 
Service Node Group name : sng
Service Context : waas/1
Member Service Node count : 2
 
Service Node (SN) : 20.20.20.20
Auto discovered : Yes
SN belongs to SNG : sng
Current status of SN : Alive
Time current status was reached : Thu Dec 6 00:51:48 2012
 
Cluster protocol DMP version : 1.1
Cluster protocol incarnation number : 13
Cluster protocol last sent sequence number : 1355026900
Cluster protocol last received sequence number: 131214317
 
Health Markers:
AO Load State Since
tcp YELLOW 0d 14h 3m 53s
epm RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
cifs RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
mapi RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
http RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
video RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
nfs RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
ssl RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
ica RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
 
Service Node (SN) : 1.2.3.4
Auto discovered : No
SN belongs to SNG : sng
Current status of SN : Dead
Time current status was reached : Thu Dec 6 14:19:52 2012
 
Cluster protocol DMP version : 0.0
Cluster protocol incarnation number : 0
Cluster protocol last sent sequence number : 1355026901
Cluster protocol last received sequence number: 0
 
Health Markers:
AO Load State Since
tcp RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
epm RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
cifs RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
mapi RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
http RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
video RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
nfs RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
ssl RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
ica RED 0d 0h 0m 0s
 
SNG Availability per Accelerator
AO Available Since
tcp No 0d 0h 0m 0s
epm No 0d 0h 0m 0s
cifs No 0d 0h 0m 0s
mapi No 0d 0h 0m 0s
http No 0d 0h 0m 0s
video No 0d 0h 0m 0s
nfs No 0d 0h 0m 0s
ssl No 0d 0h 0m 0s
ica No 0d 0h 0m 0s

show service-insertion service-node-group sng_name auto-discovered

router# show service-insertion service-node-group sng auto-discovered
 
MAC Address Resp Elapsed Minutes IP Address
50:57:a8:e1:af:1 0 20.20.20.20

show mdns req

router# show mdns request
 
MDNS Outstanding Requests
======================================================
Request name : _appnav_waas_node._udp.local
Request type : PTR
Request class : IN

show mdns stat

router# show mdns stat
 
mDNS Statistics
mDNS packets sent : 852
mDNS packets received : 510
mDNS packets dropped : 0

Container Show Commands

Displaying Virtual Service Information

The show virtual-service CLI command provides details about the running application, the profiles supported, storage used by the application, and CPU utilization. See the following example:

router# show virtual-service ?
detail Detail information about appliance
list List the appliance
profile information about appliance profile
storage Storage information about appliance
utilization Utilization information about appliance
version Version information about appliance
| Output modifiers

Displaying Details for a Virtual Service

Use the following CLI command to display details for a virtual service:

router# show virtual-service detail
Virtual Service AUTOWAAS Detail:
 
Package metadata:
Package name : ISR4451-X-WAAS-eft.ova
Application name : ISR-WAAS
Application version : 1.0
Application description : WAAS
Certificate type : N/A
Signing method : SHA512
Licensing name : V-WAAS
Licensing version : 1.0
OVA path : /vol/harddisk//ISR4451-X-WAAS-eft.ova
State : Activated
Detailed guest status :
 
Activated profile name: ISR-WAAS-750
Disk reservation : 270784 MB
Memory reservation : 4096 MB
CPU reservation : 0% system CPU
VCPUs : 2
 
Attached devices:
Type Name Alias
---------------------------------------------
HDD vdc
HDD vdb
HDD vda
Serial/Trace serial3
Serial/Syslog serial2
Serial/aux serial1
Serial/shell serial0
NIC ieobc_2 ieobc
NIC dp_2_31 net2
 
Network interfaces:
MAC address Attached to interface
------------------------------------------------------
54:0E:00:0B:0C:03 ieobc_2
30:F7:0D:53:C6:1F VirtualPortGroup31
 
Guest interface:
Interface: eth0
ip address: 33.1.1.2/24
 
Guest routes:
Address/Mask Next Hop Intf.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0.0.0.0/0 33.1.1.1 eth0
 
 
Resource admission (without profile) : passed
Disk space :
Memory : 3072MB
CPU : Not specified
VCPUs : 1

Displaying a List of Virtual Services

The container infrastructure provides commands to view the status and details of installed applications. To view the list of existing applications, use the following command:

router# show virtual-service list
System busy installing virtual-service 'ISR-WAAS'. The request may take several minutes...
Virtual Service List:
 
Name Status Package Name
-------------------------------------------------------------------
ISR-WAAS Installing ISR4451-X-WAAS-eft.ova

Displaying Storage Volume Information for a Virtual Service

Use the following CLI command to display storage volume information for a virtual service:

router# show virtual-service storage volume list
Virtual-Service storage volume list
 
Name Capacity In Use Virtual-Service
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
vda.AUTOWAAS 4097 MB Yes AUTOWAAS
vdb.AUTOWAAS 163841 MB Yes AUTOWAAS

Displaying Statistics for a Virtual Service

Use the following CLI command to display statistics for a virtual service:

router# show virtual-service utilization statistics CPU
--------------------------
/cgroup
--------------------------
directory share system % User % Num CPUs CPU core %
. 1024 70.83 29.17 8 9.57 14.59 7.87 23.65 7.39 17.06 6.51 13.35
./libvirt 8192 75.75 24.25 8 18.05 28.26 11.68 10.70 10.38 9.51 6.06 5.37
./iosbinos 1024 69.21 30.79 8 5.61 10.12 6.53 25.90 6.37 21.43 7.35 16.68
 
. ./libvirt ./iosbinos
61.33 18.22 20.45
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/cgroup/libvirt
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directory share system % User % Num CPUs CPU core %
. 8192 75.75 24.25 8 18.05 28.26 11.68 10.70 10.38 9.51 6.06 5.37
./AUTOWAAS 1024 75.75 24.25 8 18.05 28.26 11.68 10.70 10.38 9.51 6.06 5.37
 
. ./AUTOWAAS
-0.00 100.00
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/cgroup/libvirt/AUTOWAAS
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directory share system % User % Num CPUs CPU core %
. 1024 75.75 24.25 8 18.05 28.26 11.68 10.70 10.38 9.51 6.06 5.37
 
.
100.00
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/cgroup/iosbinos
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directory share system % User % Num CPUs CPU core %
. 1024 69.21 30.79 8 5.61 10.12 6.53 25.90 6.37 21.43 7.35 16.68
100.00