Cisco Virtual Security Gateway for Nexus 1000V Series Switch Command Reference, Release 4.2(1)VSG1(1)
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Cisco Virtual Security Gateway Show Commands

Table Of Contents

Cisco Virtual Security Gateway Show Commands

show aaa

show ac-driver

show accounting

show banner

show boot

show cdp

show cli

show clock

show copyright

show cores

show debug

show debug-filter

show environment

show event manager internal

show event-log

show feature

show file

show hardware

show hostname

show hosts

show http-server

show incompatibility

show inspect ftp statistics

show install all

show interface

show ip

show ipv6

show kernel internal

show line

show logging

show ntp

show password

show platform internal

show policy-engine

show processes

show redundancy status

show resource

show role

show running-config

show service-path connection

show service-path statistics

show snmp

show sockets

show ssh

show startup-config

show system

show tech-support

show telnet server

show terminal

show user-account

show users

show version

show vnm-pa

show vsg dvport

show vsg ip-binding

show vsg security-profile

show vsg vm

show xml server


Cisco Virtual Security Gateway Show Commands


This chapter provides information about Virtual Security Gateway show commands.

show aaa

To display information about AAA, use the show aaa command.

show aaa [accounting | authentication | authorization | groups | users]

Syntax Description

accounting

(Optional) Displays the accounting configuration.

authentication

(Optional) Displays the authentication configuration.

authorization

(Optional) Displays the authorization configuration.

groups

(Optional) Displays configured groups.

users

(Optional) Displays remotely authenticated users.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show aaa command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the AAA configuration:

vsg# show aaa authentication
         default: local
         console: local
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

password

Configures the password.


show ac-driver

To display application container statistics, use the show ac-driver command.

show ac-driver statistics

Syntax Description

statistics

Displays application container statistics.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show ac-driver command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display application container statistics:

vsg# show ac-driver statistics
#Packet Statistics:
  Rcvd Total                     614249  Buffers in Use                   3174
  Rcvd VPath Pkts                 20018  Sent to VPath                   20018
  Sent to Service-Path            20018  Sent to Control-Path           594231
  All Drops                           0  Invalid LLC                        91
  Invalid OUI                         0  Invalid VNS Hdr                     0
  Invalid VNS PDU                     0  Service-Path not Inited             0
  Service-Path Down                   0  Rcvd Bad Descriptor                 0
  Send to Service-Path Err            0  Packet Offset Err                   0
  Send Bad Descriptor                 0  Send NIC Err                        0
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show vsg

Displays information about a VSG.


show accounting

To display the accounting log, use the show accounting command.

show accounting log [start-time year month day time end-time year month day time]

Syntax Description

log

Accounting log.

start-time

(Optional) Specifies the date in the log the display will start.

year month day time

(Optional) Year, day and time. The range for year is from 1970 to 2030, and is in YYYY format. The values for month are Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, and Dec. The range for day is from 1 to 31, and is in dd format. time is in HH:MM:SS.

end-time

(Optional) Specifies the date in the log the display will end.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show accounting command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display the accounting log:

vsg# show accounting log
Fri Jan 21 17:19:35 2011:update:171.69.17.61@pts/0:admin:dir (SUCCESS)
Fri Jan 21 17:23:36 2011:update:10.193.73.130@ssh.3115:vsnbetauser:test vnsp sp1
 1 (SUCCESS)
Fri Jan 21 17:24:04 2011:update:10.193.73.130@ssh.3120:vsnbetauser:test vnsp sp1
 1 (SUCCESS)
Mon Jan 24 12:50:23 2011:start:171.70.216.167@pts/1:admin:
Mon Jan 24 12:52:59 2011:update:171.70.216.167@pts/1:admin:configure (SUCCESS)
Mon Jan 24 12:55:46 2011:stop:171.70.216.167@pts/1:admin:shell terminated gracef
ully
Wed Feb  2 13:56:54 2011:start:171.70.225.85@pts/2:admin:
Wed Feb  2 14:20:41 2011:stop:171.70.225.85@pts/2:admin:shell terminated because
 of telnet closed
Wed Feb  2 14:32:19 2011:start:171.70.225.85@pts/3:admin:
Wed Feb  2 14:39:48 2011:stop:171.70.225.85@pts/3:admin:shell terminated because
 of telnet closed
Fri Feb  4 12:16:43 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/4:admin:
Fri Feb  4 12:17:11 2011:update:171.71.29.84@pts/4:admin:configure (SUCCESS)
Fri Feb  4 12:18:22 2011:update:171.71.29.84@pts/4:admin:configure terminal ; vn
m-policy-agent (SUCCESS)
Fri Feb  4 12:20:41 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/4:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Fri Feb  4 14:22:18 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/5:admin:
Fri Feb  4 14:23:05 2011:update:171.71.29.84@pts/5:admin:configure (SUCCESS)
Fri Feb  4 15:33:06 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/5:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Fri Feb  4 17:05:05 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/6:admin:
Fri Feb  4 18:25:32 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/6:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Mon Feb  7 14:12:19 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/7:admin:
Mon Feb  7 15:51:10 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/7:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Mon Feb  7 16:30:10 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/8:admin:
Mon Feb  7 19:11:13 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/8:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Wed Feb  9 14:43:26 2011:start:10.21.84.66@pts/9:admin:
Wed Feb  9 17:43:30 2011:stop:10.21.84.66@pts/9:admin:shell terminated because o
f telnet closed
Wed Feb  9 18:13:10 2011:start:10.21.84.66@pts/10:admin:
Wed Feb  9 18:40:00 2011:update:10.21.84.66@pts/10:admin:configure (SUCCESS)
Wed Feb  9 19:50:37 2011:start:10.21.84.66@pts/11:admin:
Wed Feb  9 20:49:00 2011:stop:10.21.84.66@pts/10:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Wed Feb  9 22:03:36 2011:stop:10.21.84.66@pts/11:admin:shell terminated because 
of telnet closed
Thu Feb 10 18:41:45 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/12:admin:
Thu Feb 10 18:50:50 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/12:admin:shell terminated because
 of telnet closed
Fri Feb 11 12:09:57 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/13:admin:
Fri Feb 11 16:55:21 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/13:admin:shell terminated because
 of telnet closed
Fri Feb 11 18:19:49 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/14:admin:
Fri Feb 11 18:55:54 2011:stop:171.71.29.84@pts/14:admin:shell terminated because
 of telnet closed
Mon Feb 14 13:35:27 2011:start:171.71.29.84@pts/15:admin:
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show logging

Displays the logging configuration and the contents of the log file.


show banner

To display the banner, use the show banner command.

show banner motd

Syntax Description

motd

Specifies the message of the day.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show banner command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the banner:

vsg# show banner motd
Nexus VSG
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

banner

Creates a banner message.


show boot

To display boot variables, use the show boot command.

show boot [auto-copy | module | sup-1 | sup-2 | variables]

Syntax Description

auto-copy

(Optional) Displays whether auto copy is enabled or disabled.

module

(Optional) Displays the boot variables for a specific module or all modules.

sup-1

(Optional) Displays the current and next load boot variables for supervisor 1.

sup-2

(Optional) Displays the current and next load boot variables for supervisor 2.

variables

(Optional) Displays a list of boot variables.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show boot command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display boot variables:

vsg# show boot
Current Boot Variables:
 
   
sup-1
kickstart variable = bootflash:/ks.bin
system variable = bootflash:/sys.bin
sup-2
kickstart variable = bootflash:/ks.bin
system variable = bootflash:/sys.bin
No module boot variable set
 
   
Boot Variables on next reload:
 
   
sup-1
kickstart variable = bootflash:/ks.bin
system variable = bootflash:/sys.bin
sup-2
kickstart variable = bootflash:/ks.bin
system variable = bootflash:/sys.bin
No module boot variable set
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

boot

Creates boot variables.


show cdp

To display CDP information, use the show cdp command.

show cdp {all | entry | global | interface | internal | neighbors | traffic}

Syntax Description

all

Displays all interfaces in the CDP database.

entry

Displays CDP entries in the CDP database.

global

Displays global CDP information.

interface

Displays CDP information for an interface.

internal

Displays private memory statistics for the UUID.

neighbors

Displays CDP neighbors.

traffic

Displays CDP traffic statistics.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show cdp command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display all interfaces in the CDP database:

vsg# show cdp all
Interface Index :83886080
Interface mgmt0:
    Operational status: up
    Config status: enabled
    Refresh time: 60
    Hold time: 180
 
   
Interface Index :117440512
Interface data0:
    Operational status: up
    Config status: enabled
    Refresh time: 60
    Hold time: 180
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

cdp

Configures CDP parameters.


show cli

To display CLI information, use the show cli command.

show cli {alias | dynamic | history | interface | internal | list | syntax | variables}

Syntax Description

alias

Displays the CLI alias.

dynamic

Display the current range of dynamic parameters.

history

Displays CLI command history.

interface

Displays the CLI interface table.

internal

Displays CLI statistics.

list

Displays CLI command syntax.

syntax

Displays the Extended Backus-Naur Form (EBNF) syntax of all commands.

variables

Displays CLI variables


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show cli command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display CLI variables:

vsg# show cli variables
VSH Variable List
-----------------
SWITCHNAME="vsg"
TIMESTAMP="2011-02-14-17.33.37"
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

cli var

Defines CLI variables.


show clock

To display the clock, use the show clock command.

show clock [detail]

Syntax Description

detail

(Optional) Displays the day, the time, and the year.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show clock command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the clock:

vsg# show clock detail
Mon Feb 14 17:47:44 UTC 2011
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

clock

Manages the system clock.


show copyright

To display copyright information, use the show copyright command.

show copyright

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show copyright command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display copyright information:

vsg# show copyright
Cisco Nexus Operating System (NX-OS) Software
TAC support: http://www.cisco.com/tac
Copyright (c) 2002-2011, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
The copyrights to certain works contained in this software are
owned by other third parties and used and distributed under
license. Certain components of this software are licensed under
the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2.0 or the GNU
Lesser General Public License (LGPL) Version 2.1. A copy of each
such license is available at
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.php and
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/lgpl-2.1.php
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show version build-info

Displays build information.


show cores

To display all core dumps, use the show cores command.

show cores

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show cores command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display all core dumps:

vsg# show cores

Related Commands

Command
Description

show event-log

Displays the event log.


show debug

To show debug flags, use the show debug command.

show debug [aaa | arp | ascii-cfg | bootvar | capability | cdp | cert-enroll | clis | core | ethpm | evmc | fm | fs-daemon | igmp | im | ip | ipconf | ipv6 | kadb | klm-rswem | logfile | module | monitor | msp | mvsh | ntp | platform | plug in | port-channel | redundancy | res_mgr | scheduler | security | snmp | system | tcap | ttyd | vdc | vlan | vnm | vnm-pa | vsh | vshd | xml]

Syntax Description

aaa

(Optionsl) Displays AAA debugging flags.

arp

(Optionsl) Displays ARP debugging flags.

ascii-cfg

(Optionsl) Displays ASCII-CFG debugging flags.

bootvar

(Optionsl) Displays boot variables debugging flags.

capability

(Optionsl) Displays capability debugging flags.

cdp

(Optionsl) Displays CDP debugging flags.

cert-enroll

(Optionsl) Displays certificate enrollment debugging flags.

clis

(Optionsl) Displays CLI debugging flags.

core

(Optionsl) Displays core daemon debugging flags.

ethpm

(Optionsl) Displays ETHPM debugging flags.

evmc

(Optionsl) Displays EVMC debugging flags.

fm

(Optionsl) Displays feature manager debugging flags.

fs-daemon

(Optionsl) Displays FS daemon debugging flags.

igmp

(Optionsl) Displays PIM debugging flags.

im

(Optionsl) Displays IM debugging flags.

ip

(Optionsl) Displays IP information.

ipconf

(Optionsl) Displays IPCONF debugging flags.

ipv6

(Optionsl) Displays IPv6 information.

kadb

(Optionsl) Displays Kernel ADB debugging flags.

klm-rwsem

(Optionsl) Displays RWSEM driver debugging flags.

logfile

(Optionsl) Displays the log file.

module

(Optionsl) Displays module debugging flags.

monitor

(Optionsl) Displays Ethernet Span debugging flags.

msp

(Optionsl) Displays MSP debugging flags.

mvsh

(Optionsl) Displays MVSH debugging flags.

ntp

(Optionsl) Displays NTP debugging flags.

platform

(Optionsl) Displays platform manager debugging flags.

plugin

(Optionsl) Displays plugin debugging flags.

port-channel

(Optionsl) Displays port channel debugging flags.

redundancy

(Optionsl) Displays redundancy driver debugging flags.

res_mgr

(Optionsl) Displays resource manager debugging flags.

scheduler

(Optionsl) Displays scheduler debugging flags.

security

(Optionsl) Displays security debugging flags.

snmp

(Optionsl) Displays SNMP server debugging flags.

system

(Optionsl) Displays system debugging flags.

tcap

(Optionsl) Displays exception logger debugging flags.

ttyd

(Optionsl) Displays TTYD debugging flags.

vdc

(Optionsl) Displays VDC manager debugging flags.

vlan

(Optionsl) Displays VLAN manager debugging flags.

vmm

(Optionsl) Displays VMM debugging flags.

vnm-pa

(Optionsl) Displays VNM PA debugging flags.

vsh

(Optionsl) Displays VSH debugging flags.

vshd

(Optionsl) Displays VSHD debugging flags.

xml

(Optionsl) Displays XML debugging flags.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show debug command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display AAA debug flags:

vsg# show debug aaa

Related Commands

Command
Description

show debug-filter

Displays debugging filters.


show debug-filter

To display debug filters, use the show debug-filter command.

show debug-filter {all | arp | igmp | ip | ipv6}

Syntax Description

all

Displays all debugs filters.

arp

Displays ARP debug filters.

igmp

Displays IGMP debug filters.

ip

Displays IP information.

ipv6

Displays IPv6 information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show debug-filter command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display debug filters:

vsg# show debug-filter all

Related Commands

Command
Description

show debug

Displays debugging flags.


show environment

To display information about the system environment, use the show environment command.

show environment [clock | fan | power | temperature]

Syntax Description

clock

(Optional) Displays clock information.

fan

(Optional) Displays fan information.

power

(Optional) Displays power capacity and power distribution information.

temperature

(Optional) Displays temperature sensor information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show environment command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about the system fan:

vsg# show environment fan
Fan:
------------------------------------------------------
Fan             Model                Hw         Status
------------------------------------------------------
ChassisFan1                          0.0        Ok  
ChassisFan2                          0.0        None  
Fan Air Filter : NotSupported
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show clock

Displays the system clock.


show event manager internal

To display event manager events, use the show event manager internal command.

show event manager internal [evmc | mvsh]

Syntax Description

evmc

(Optional) Displays event manager events.

mvsh

(Optional) Displays memory allocation statistics.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show event manager command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display event manager errors:

vsg# show event manager internal errors
1) Event:E_DEBUG, length:253, at 232142 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:20:07 2011
    [100] fu_sdb_handle_update: validation fail,                        fu_is_st
ate_active = 1,                        fu_is_sync_pss_to_standby_enabled = 0,   
                     mts_sync_event_get(mts_msg) = 0,                           
  create_del) = 0
 
   
 
   
2) Event:E_DEBUG, length:43, at 232138 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:20:07 2011
    [100] fu_sdb_handle_update: validation fail
 
   
 
   
3) Event:E_DEBUG, length:55, at 232136 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:20:07 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Set of checks failed
 
   
 
   
4) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971337 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:20:02 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
5) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971525 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:57 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
6) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971719 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:52 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
7) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971918 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:47 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
8) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971103 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:42 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
9) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971307 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:37 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
10) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971524 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:32 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
11) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971693 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:27 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
12) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971886 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:22 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
13) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971094 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:17 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
14) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971275 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:12 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
15) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971494 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:07 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
16) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971702 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:19:02 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
17) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971921 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:18:57 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
18) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971218 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:18:52 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
 
   
 
   
19) Event:E_DEBUG, length:58, at 971289 usecs after Wed Feb 16 15:18:47 2011
    [100] fu_sync_pss_to_standby_apply:Input event not MTS msg
vsg#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show event-log

Displays the event log.


show event-log

To display the event log, use the show event-log command.

show event-log all

Syntax Description

all

Displays the event log.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show event-log command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display the event log:

vsg# show event-log all

Related Commands

Command
Description

show event manager internal

Displays the event manager.


show feature

To display system feaures, use the show feature command.

show feature

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show feature command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display system features:

vsg# show feature
Feature Name          Instance  State   
--------------------  --------  --------
dhcp-snooping         1         disabled
http-server           1         enabled
lacp                  1         disabled
netflow               1         disabled
port-profile-roles    1         disabled
private-vlan          1         disabled
sshServer             1         enabled 
tacacs                1         enabled
telnetServer          1         enabled
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show http-server

Displays the status of the HTTP server.


show file

To confirm a directories existence, use the show file command.

show file {bootflash: | debug: | modflash: | volatile:}

Syntax Description

bootflash:

Specifies the bootflash directory.

debug:

Specifies the debug directory.

modflash:

Specifies the modflash directory.

volatile:

Specifies the volatile directory.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show file command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to confirm the existence of the bootflash directory:

vsg# show file bootflash:
/bin/showfile: /bootflash/: Is a directory
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

pwd

Displays the current directory.


show hardware

To display hardware statistics, use the show hardware command.

show hardware [capacity | internal]

Syntax Description

capacity

(Optional) Displays usage levels.

internal

(Optional) Displays internal hardware information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show hardware command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display management 0 port statistics:

vsg# show hardware internal mgmt0 stats
eth1      Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 00:50:56:BB:00:38  
          inet addr:10.193.73.138  Bcast:10.193.79.255  Mask:255.255.248.0
          UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST  MTU:1500  Metric:1
          RX packets:1193889201 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
          TX packets:1298817 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
          collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 
          RX bytes:162479674502 (151.3 GiB)  TX bytes:192218320 (183.3 MiB)
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show interface

Dipslays interface status and information.


show hostname

To display the host name, use the show hostname command.

show hostname

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show hostname command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the host name:

vsg# show hostname
VSG129-2
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show hosts

Dipslays the hosts.


show hosts

To display hosts, use the show hosts command.

show hosts

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show hosts command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display hosts:

vsg# show hosts
DNS lookup enabled
Name/address lookup uses domain service
Name servers are 255.255.255.255
Host Address
tst1 209.165.200.227
tst2 209.165.200.229
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show hostname

Dipslays the host name.


show http-server

To display the status of the HTTP server, use the show http-server command.

show http-server

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show http-server command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows to display the status of the HTTP server:

vsg# show http-server
http-server not enabled
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show feature

Dipslays system features.


show incompatibility

To display incompatibilities with an image, use the show incompatibility command.

show incompatibility system {bootflash: | volatile:}

Syntax Description

system

Displays directories.

bootflash:

Specifies the bootflash directory.

volatile:

Specifies the volatile directory.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show incompatability command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows to display incompatibilities with an image:

vsg# show incompatibility system bootflash:

Related Commands

Command
Description

show verison image

Displays the software version of an image.


show inspect ftp statistics

To display inspection FTP statistics, use the show inspect ftp statistics command.

show inspect ftp statistics [svs-domain]

Syntax Description

svs-domain

(Optional) Specifies the SVS domain identification number.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show inspect ftp statistics command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows to display inspection FTP statistics:

vsg# show inspect ftp statistics
Input packets                      1000
Dropped packets                    6
Reset-drop packets                 0
New connections                    1
Deleted connections                0
IPC errors                         0
IPC allocation errors              0
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ip tftp

Display TFTP client information.


show install all

To display installation logs, use the show install all command.

show install all {failed-standby | failure-reason | impact | status}

Syntax Description

failed-standby

Displays a log that reports failed-standby installations.

failure-reason

Displays a log that reports the reason for failed installations.

impact

Displays a log that reprots the impact of installations.

status

Displays a log that reports the status of the current installation.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show install all command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows to displays a log that reports the status of the current installation:

vsg# show install all status
No installation has taken place since the last reboot.
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show version image

Displays the software version of an image.


show interface

To display information about interfaces, use the show interface command.

show interface [brief | capabilities | counters | data | description | ethernet | loopback | mac-address | mgmt | port-channel | snmp-ifindex | status | switchport | transceiver | trunk]

Syntax Description

brief

(Optional) Dsiplays brief information about an interface.

capabilities

(Optional) Displays information about interface capabilities.

counters

(Optional) Displays interface counters.

data

(Optional) Displays the data interface.

description

(Optional) Displays a description of an interface.

ethernet

(Optional) Dsiplays Ethernet IEEE 802.3z interfaces.

loopback

(Optional) Displays the loopback interface.

mac-address

(Optional) Displays the MAC address of an interface.

mgmt

(Optional) Displays the management interface.

port-channel

(Optional) Displays port channel interfaces.

snmp-ifindex

(Optional) Displays the SNMP interface index.

status

(Optional) Displays the interface line status.

switchport

(Optional) Displays the switchport interface.

transceiver

(Optional) Displays interface transceiver information.

trunk

(Optional) Displays trunk interface information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show interface command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows to display information about the management 0 interface:

vsg# show interface mgmt 0
mgmt0 is up
  Hardware: Ethernet, address: 0050.56bb.0038 (bia 0050.56bb.0038)
  Internet Address is 10.193.73.138/21
  MTU 1500 bytes, BW 1000000 Kbit, DLY 10 usec,
     reliability 255/255, txload 1/255, rxload 1/255
  Encapsulation ARPA
  full-duplex, 10 Gb/s
  Auto-Negotiation is turned on
  1 minute input rate 44136 bits/sec, 62 packets/sec
  1 minute output rate 1808 bits/sec, 1 packets/sec
  Rx
    755797571 input packets 131701 unicast packets 2575417 multicast packets
    753090453 broadcast packets 107614075553 bytes
  Tx
    1240518 output packets 1144680 unicast packets 43411 multicast packets
    52427 broadcast packets 203763544 bytes
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ip interface

Displays IP interface information.


show ip

To display IP statistics, use the show ip command.

show ip {adjacency | arp | client | igmp | interface | internal | logging | netstack | process | route | static-route | tftp | traffic}

Syntax Description

adjacency

Displays the IP adjacency table.

arp

Displays IP ARP table and statistics.

client

Displays clients registered with the IP process.

igmp

Display IP address IGMP status and configuration.

interface

Display IP interface information.

internal

Display internal IP information.

logging

Displays the IP policy logging table.

netstack

Displays the netstack local cache.

process

Display global IP information.

route

Displays routing information.

static-route

Displays configured static routes.

tftp

Displays TFTP client information.

traffic

Displays IP software processed traffic statistics.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show ip command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display IP traffic statistics:

vsg# show ip traffic
IP Software Processed Traffic Statistics
----------------------------------------
Transmission and reception:
  Packets received: 647601245, sent: 1145486, consumed: 0,
  Forwarded, unicast: 1099007, multicast: 0, Label: 0
Opts:
  end: 0, nop: 0, basic security: 0, loose source route: 0
  timestamp: 0, record route: 0
  strict source route: 0, alert: 4, 
  other: 0
Errors:
  Bad checksum: 0, packet too small: 0, bad version: 0,
  Bad header length: 0, bad packet length: 0, bad destination: 0,
  Bad ttl: 0, could not forward: 645386546, no buffer dropped: 0,
  Bad encapsulation: 20, no route: 377, non-existent protocol: 0
  MBUF pull up fail: 0
Fragmentation/reassembly:
  Fragments received: 0, fragments sent: 0, fragments created: 0,
  Fragments dropped: 0, packets with DF: 0, packets reassembled: 0,
  Fragments timed out: 0
ICMP Software Processed Traffic Statistics
------------------------------------------
Transmission:
  Redirect: 30725, unreachable: 0, echo request: 0, echo reply: 0,
  Mask request: 0, mask reply: 0, info request: 0, info reply: 0,
  Parameter problem: 0, source quench: 0, timestamp: 0,
  Timestamp response: 0, time exceeded: 0,
  Irdp solicitation: 0, irdp advertisement: 0
Reception:
  Redirect: 0, unreachable: 0, echo request: 0, echo reply: 0,
  Mask request: 0, mask reply: 0, info request: 0, info reply: 0,
  Parameter problem: 0, source quench: 0, timestamp: 0,
  Timestamp response: 0, time exceeded: 0,
  Irdp solicitation: 0, irdp advertisement: 0,
  Format error: 0, checksum error: 0
Statistics last reset: never

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ipv6

Displays IPv6 information.


show ipv6

To display IPv6 statistics, use the show ipv6 command.

show ipv6 {adjacency | icmp | mld | nd | neighbor | route | routers}

Syntax Description

adjacency

Displays the IPv6 adjacency table.

icmp

Displays ICMPv6 information.

mld

Displays Multicast Listener Discovery information.

nd

Displays Neighbor Discovery interface information.

neighbor

Displays IPv6 neighbor information.

route

Displays the IPv6 routing table.

routers

Displays neighbor routing information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show ipv6 command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display an IPv6 adjacency table:

vsg# show ipv6 adjacency summary
IPv6 AM Table - Adjacency Summary
 
   
  Static  : 2
  Dynamic : 03
  Others  : 0
  Total   : 5
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ip

Displays IP information.


show kernel internal

To display kernel information, use the show kernel command.

show kernel internal {aipc | cpuhogmon | ide-statistics | malloc-stats | meminfo | messages | skb-stats | softnetstat}

Syntax Description

aipc

Displays kernel AIPC information.

cpuhogmon

Displays CPU hog monitoring.

ide-statistics

Displays IDE statistics

malloc-stats

Displays malloc statistics.

meminfo

Displays kernel memory usage information.

messages

Displays kernel messages.

skb-stats

Displays SK buffer alloc statistics.

softnetstat

Displays kernel network queue information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show kernel internal command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about memory:

vsg# show kernel internal meminfo
MemTotal:      1944668 kB
MemFree:        909024 kB
Buffers:         70880 kB
Cached:         397144 kB
RAMCached:      351732 kB
Allowed:        486167 Pages
Free:           227256 Pages
Available:      257029 Pages
SwapCached:          0 kB
Active:         567632 kB
Inactive:       329852 kB
HighTotal:     1179584 kB
HighFree:       334080 kB
LowTotal:       765084 kB
LowFree:        574944 kB
SwapTotal:           0 kB
SwapFree:            0 kB
Dirty:               0 kB
Writeback:           0 kB
Mapped:         548996 kB
Slab:            29756 kB
CommitLimit:    972332 kB
Committed_AS:   943536 kB
PageTables:       4064 kB
VmallocTotal:   114680 kB
VmallocUsed:     87644 kB
VmallocChunk:    26940 kB
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show system internal kernel

Displays kernel information.


show line

To display the command line configuration, use the show line command.

show line [com1 | console]

Syntax Description

com1

(Optional) Displays the auxiliary command line configuration.

console

(Optional) Displays the console command line configuration.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show line command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the command line configuration:

vsg# show line
line Console:
    Speed:        9600 baud
    Databits:     8 bits per byte
    Stopbits:     1 bit(s)
    Parity:       none
    Modem In: Disable
    Modem Init-String -
        default : ATE0Q1&D2&C1S0=1\015
 
   
line Aux:
    Speed:        9600 baud
    Databits:     8 bits per byte
    Stopbits:     1 bit(s)
    Parity:       none
    Modem In: Disable
    Modem Init-String -
        default : ATE0Q1&D2&C1S0=1\015
    Hardware Flowcontrol: ON
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

cli

Configures the command line.


show logging

To display logging information, use the show logging command.

show logging [console | info | internal | last | level | logfile | module | monitor | pending | pending-diff | server | session | status | timestamp]

Syntax Description

console

(Optional) Displays the console logging configuration.

info

(Optional) Displays the logging configuration.

internal

(Optional) Displays Syslog information.

last

(Optional) Displays the last few lines of a log.

level

(Optional) Displays the facility logging configuration.

logfile

(Optional) Displays a log file.

module

(Optional) Displays the module logging configuration.

monitor

(Optional) Displays the monitor logging configuration.

pending

(Optional) Displays the server address pending configuration.

pending-diff

(Optional) Displays the server address pending configuration.

server

(Optional) Displays the server logging configuration.

session

(Optional) Displays the logging session status.

status

(Optional) Displays the logging status.

timestamp

(Optional) Displays the logging timestamp configuration.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show logging command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display the logfile:

VSG129-2# show logging logfile start-seqn 1
Last Log cleared/wrapped time is : None
1: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: Starting kernel... - kernel
2: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: PCI: Cannot allocate resour
ce region 1 of device 0000:00:0f.0 - kernel
3: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: sda: assuming drive cache: 
write through - kernel
4: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: sda: assuming drive cache: 
write through - kernel
5: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: CMOS: Module initialized - 
kernel
6: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-1-SYSTEM_MSG: calling register_stun_set_d
omain_id() - kernel
7: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-1-SYSTEM_MSG: register_stun_set_domain_id
() - kernel
8: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-1-SYSTEM_MSG: Successfully registered SNA
P client for SNAP=0x00000c013200  0xf1117360 - kernel
9: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-1-SYSTEM_MSG: STUN : Successfully created
 Socket - kernel
10: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: redun_platform_ioctl : Ent
ered - kernel
11: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: redun_platform_ioctl : SW 
version is set 4.2(1)VSG1(1) - kernel
12: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:  - dhcpd
13: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG: No subnet declaration fo
r ftp0 (127.2.1.1). - dhcpd
14: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG: ** Ignoring requests on 
ftp0.  If this is not what - dhcpd
15: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:    you want, please writ
e a subnet declaration - dhcpd
16: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:    in your dhcpd.conf fi
le for the network segment - dhcpd
17: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:    to which interface ft
p0 is attached. ** - dhcpd
18: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:  - dhcpd
19: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG: Not configured to listen
 on any interfaces! - dhcpd
20: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %USER-2-SYSTEM_MSG: CLIS: loading cmd files be
gin  - clis
21: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: redun_platform_ioctl : Ent
ered - kernel
22: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:21 VSG129-2 %KERN-3-SYSTEM_MSG: redun_platform_ioctl : Hos
t name is set VSG129-2 - kernel
23: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:  - dhcpd
24: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG: No subnet declaration fo
r ftp0 (127.2.1.1). - dhcpd
25: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG: ** Ignoring requests on 
ftp0.  If this is not what - dhcpd
26: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:    you want, please writ
e a subnet declaration - dhcpd
27: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:    in your dhcpd.conf fi
le for the network segment - dhcpd
28: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:    to which interface ft
p0 is attached. ** - dhcpd
29: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG:  - dhcpd
30: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %LOCAL7-3-SYSTEM_MSG: Not configured to listen
 on any interfaces! - dhcpd
31: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %MODULE-5-ACTIVE_SUP_OK: Supervisor 1 is activ
e (serial: T5056BB0038)
32: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:23 VSG129-2 %PLATFORM-5-MOD_STATUS: Module 1 current-statu
s is MOD_STATUS_ONLINE/OK
33: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:26 VSG129-2 %USER-2-SYSTEM_MSG: CLIS: loading cmd files en
d  - clis
34: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:26 VSG129-2 %USER-2-SYSTEM_MSG: CLIS: init begin  - clis
35: 2011 Jan 21 17:17:44 VSG129-2 %USER-2-SYSTEM_MSG: Invalid feature name eth-p
ort-sec - clis
36: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %POLICY_ENGINE-5-POLICY_ACTIVATE_EVENT: Policy
 p1 is activated by profile sp1
37: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %IM-5-IM_INTF_STATE: mgmt0 is DOWN in vdc 1
38: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %IM-5-IM_INTF_STATE: mgmt0 is UP in vdc 1
39: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %IM-5-IM_INTF_STATE: data0 is DOWN in vdc 1
40: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %IM-5-IM_INTF_STATE: data0 is UP in vdc 1
41: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %POLICY_ENGINE-5-POLICY_COMMIT_EVENT: Commit o
peration SUCCESSFUL
42: 2011 Jan 21 17:18:00 VSG129-2 %VDC_MGR-2-VDC_ONLINE: vdc 1 has come online 
43: 2011 Jan 24 12:53:47 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.70.216.167@pts/1
44: 2011 Feb  7 16:30:00 VSG129-2 %AUTHPRIV-3-SYSTEM_MSG: pam_aaa:Authentication
 failed for user admin from 171.71.29.84 - sshd[7496]
45: 2011 Feb  9 18:41:38 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 10.21.84.66@pts/10
46: 2011 Feb 14 14:15:31 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/15
47: 2011 Feb 14 15:58:21 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/15
48: 2011 Feb 14 16:34:25 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/15
49: 2011 Feb 14 18:38:57 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/16
50: 2011 Feb 17 20:18:55 VSG129-2 %AUTHPRIV-3-SYSTEM_MSG: pam_aaa:Authentication
 failed for user admin from 10.21.144.180 - sshd[23785]
51: 2011 Feb 18 15:14:03 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/22
52: 2011 Feb 21 13:16:43 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/26
53: 2011 Feb 21 14:08:23 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/26
54: 2011 Feb 22 11:47:27 VSG129-2 %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from 
vty by admin on 171.71.29.84@pts/28
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show event-log

Displays the event log.


show ntp

To display NTP information, use the show ntp command.

show ntp [internal | peer-status | peers | rts-update | source | statistics | timestamp-status]

Syntax Description

internal

(Optional) Displays internal NTP information.

peer-status

(Optional) Displays the status of all the peers.

peers

(Optional) Displays all the peers.

rts-update

(Optional) Displays the status of RTS.

source

(Optional) Displays the source IP address.

statistics

(Optional) Displays NTP statistics.

timestamp-status

(Optional) Displays the status of the timestamp check.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show ntp command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display local NTP statistics:

VSG129-2# show ntp statistics local
system uptime:          2669747
time since reset:       2669747
old version packets:    0
new version packets:    10
unknown version number: 0
bad packet format:      0
packets processed:      0
bad authentication:     0
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show clock

Displays the time.


show password

To enable the password strength check, use the show password command.

show password strength-check

Syntax Description

strength-check

Checks the strength of the password.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show password command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to enable password strength check:

vsg# show password strength-check
Password strength check enabled
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show aaa

Display authentication and authorization information.


show platform internal

To display platform manager information, use the show platform internal command.

show platform {all | errors | event-history | info | mem-stats | msgs}

Syntax Description

all

Displays platform information.

errors

Displays the platform manager error log.

event-history

Displays platform manager event history.

info

Displays platform manager internal information.

mem-stats

Displays platform manager memory allocation statistics.

msgs

Displays platform manager message logs.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show platform command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display platform manager memory statistics:

VSG129-2# show platform internal mem-stats
Inside pfm_cli_show_memstats
sending mts msg 18
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : Malloc track Library(103) Max types: 5
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 414 Curr alloc bytes: 19803(19k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : Non mtrack users(0) Max types: 81
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 149 Curr alloc bytes: 1322797(1291k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : libsdwrap(115) Max types: 22
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 11 Curr alloc bytes: 1448(1k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : Associative_db library(175) Max types: 14
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 6 Curr alloc bytes: 200(0k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : Event sequence library(158) Max types: 4
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 0 Curr alloc bytes: 0(0k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : Associative_db utils library(174) Max types: 4
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 0 Curr alloc bytes: 0(0k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : libfsrv(404) Max types: 11
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 0 Curr alloc bytes: 0(0k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : FSM Utils(53) Max types: 68
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 136 Curr alloc bytes: 7760(7k)
 
   
 
   
Private Mem stats for UUID : Platform Manager(24) Max types: 25
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Curr alloc: 0 Curr alloc bytes: 0(0k)
 
   
Curr alloc: 716 Curr alloc bytes: 1352008 (1320k)
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show system internal mem-alerts-log

Displays the memory alert log.


show policy-engine

To display policy engine statistics, use the show policy-engine command.

show policy engine {policy-name | stats}

Syntax Description

policy-name

Name of the policy engine.

stats

Displays policy engine statistics.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show policy-engine command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display policy engine statistics:

vsg# show policy-engine stats
 
   
Policy Match Stats: 
 
   
p1                :     30378
  r1              :     30378 (Permit)
  NOT_APPLICABLE  :         0 (Drop)
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

policy

Configures a policy.


show processes

To display processes, use the show processes command.

show processes [cpu | log | memory | vdc]

Syntax Description

cpu

(Optional) Displays information about CPU processes.

log

(Optional) Displays information about process logs.

memory

(Optional) Displays information about memory processes.

vdc

(Optional) Displays information about VDC processes.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show processes command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about memory processes:

vsg(config)# show processes memory
 
   
PID    MemAlloc  MemLimit    MemUsed     StackBase/Ptr      Process
-----  --------  ----------  ----------  -----------------  ----------------
    1    147456  0           1441792     bffffe60/bffff950  init
    2         0  0           0                  0/0         ksoftirqd/0
    3         0  0           0                  0/0         desched/0
    4         0  0           0                  0/0         events/0
    5         0  0           0                  0/0         khelper
   10         0  0           0                  0/0         kthread
   18         0  0           0                  0/0         kblockd/0
   35         0  0           0                  0/0         khubd
  188         0  0           0                  0/0         pdflush
  189         0  0           0                  0/0         pdflush
  190         0  0           0                  0/0         kswapd0
  191         0  0           0                  0/0         aio/0
  776         0  0           0                  0/0         kseriod
  823         0  0           0                  0/0         kide/0
  833         0  0           0                  0/0         ata/0
  837         0  0           0                  0/0         scsi_eh_0
 1175         0  0           0                  0/0         kjournald
 1180         0  0           0                  0/0         kjournald
 1740         0  0           0                  0/0         kjournald
 1747         0  0           0                  0/0         kjournald
 1976    155648  0           1536000     bffffdb0/bffffcb0  portmap
 1989         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1990         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1991         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1992         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1993         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1994         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1995         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1996         0  0           0                  0/0         nfsd
 1997         0  0           0                  0/0         lockd
 1998         0  0           0                  0/0         rpciod
 2003    180224  0           1642496     bffffd80/bffffb60  rpc.mountd
 2009    159744  0           1601536     bffffda0/bffffb10  rpc.statd
 2036   2551808  0           15540224    bffffd40/bfffed20  sysmgr
 2319         0  0           0                  0/0         mping-thread
 2320         0  0           0                  0/0         mping-thread
 2336         0  0           0                  0/0         stun_kthread
 2337         0  0           0                  0/0         stun_arp_mts_kt
 2338         0  0           0                  0/0         stun_packets_re
 2373         0  0           0                  0/0         redun_kthread
 2374         0  0           0                  0/0         redun_timer_kth
 2513         0  0           0                  0/0         sf_rdn_kthread
 2514    364544  214619750   69095424    bffffa40/bffff8b0  xinetd
 2515    421888  95819750    68964352    bffffa70/bffff8a0  tftpd
 2516  23015424  125824371   106741760   bffffa40/bfffe73c  syslogd
 2517    933888  109213561   74809344    bffffa80/bfffe850  sdwrapd
 2519   4120576  0           81752064    bffffa70/bfff79e0  platform
 2524         0  0           0                  0/0         ls-notify-mts-t
 2537    282624  92591910    74170368    bffffa70/bfffe058  pfm_dummy
 2545    155648  0           1441792     bffffa60/bffff988  klogd
 2552   2109440  393881241   78864384    bffffa80/bffff278  vshd
 2553   1073152  95385382    76709888    bffffa80/bfffe4d0  stun
 2554   2732032  367819865   144842752   bffffa30/bffff690  smm
 2555   1155072  165002041   75182080    bffffa50/bfffe4b0  session-mgr
 2556    479232  135244736   73154560    bffffa40/bffff770  psshelper
 2557    212992  96888422    69488640    bffff9f0/bfffe680  lmgrd
 2558    528384  91650240    73543680    bffffa60/bffff5f8  licmgr
 2559    512000  92225126    78594048    bffffa90/bffff260  fs-daemon
 2560    397312  85133312    72286208    bffffa60/bfff3690  feature-mgr
 2561    315392  85106278    72122368    bffffa70/bffff840  confcheck
 2562    958464  92785651    74874880    bffffa60/bfffe910  capability
 2563    479232  135244736   73154560    bffffa20/bffff750  psshelper_gsvc
 2573    217088  0           2572288     bffff9c0/bffff820  cisco
 2576   7733248  664149376   106373120   bffffa30/bffff3e0  clis
 2583   2248704  372636352   103321600   bffffa50/bfffd960  port-profile
 2585    274432  85254963    72257536    bffffa60/bffff830  xmlma
 2586   1245184  95083507    76578816    bffffa60/bfffe2dc  vnm_pa_intf
 2587   2146304  115889523   76902400    bffffa60/bfffe060  vmm
 2588    708608  127975372   76795904    bffffa70/bfffe9c0  vdc_mgr
 2589    634880  109440179   84406272    bffffaa0/bffff3c0  ttyd
 2590    450560  78402579    70279168    bffffa70/bffff530  sysinfo
 2591    438272  91884531    73687040    bffffa80/bffff490  sksd
 2593    610304  91614195    73551872    bffffa70/bffff234  res_mgr
 2594   1028096  93695782    75186176    bffffa80/bfffe4b0  plugin
 2595   3956736  375542464   94433280    bffffa50/bffff4f0  npacl
 2596    811008  175709177   74731520    bffffa60/bfffbf80  mvsh
 2597   2596864  109250944   79581184    bffffa80/bfffcf70  module
 2598   3489792  182622105   87179264    bffffa80/bfffd980  fwm
 2599   1175552  100089228   81141760    bffffa60/bfffe490  evms
 2600   1015808  93312806    74964992    bffffa60/bfffe4a0  evmc
 2601    581632  92554035    84045824    bffffa90/bffff470  core-dmon
 2602    454656  92722572    74289152    bffffa80/bffff3b0  bootvar
 2603   9854976  367171059   93200384    bffffa60/bffff4c0  ascii-cfg
 2604    647168  87422156    74403840    bffffa40/bfffe678  securityd
 2605   1048576  98226585    84234240    bffffa60/bfffdce0  cert_enroll
 2606    495616  87332044    75096064    bffffa60/bfffe850  aaa
 2614   5029888  369338252   86528000    bffffa50/bffff960  l3vm
 2615   4288512  366242905   106196992   bffffa50/bffff950  u6rib
 2616   6340608  367112486   129155072   bffffa50/bffff8c0  urib
 2617   1568768  139989132   77787136    bffffa70/bfffe680  ExceptionLog
 2618   3047424  116793318   86609920    bffffa80/bfffe490  ifmgr
 2619    806912  87336550    74678272    bffffa80/bfffe8c0  tcap
 2623   5693440  262289420   137621504   bffffa10/bfffd8f0  snmpd
 2636    163840  293819750   68661248    bffffa20/bffff018  PMon
 2637   3104768  256175321   84361216    bffffa50/bfffe210  aclmgr
 2662   9428992  373095923   151752704   bffffa50/bffff530  adjmgr
 2676   4755456  366648409   128327680   bffffa50/bffff920  arp
 2677   6037504  369130995   110952448   bffffa40/bffff2c8  icmpv6
 2678  53452800  584746060   201703424   bffffa20/bffff490  netstack
 2751   1368064  229098848   124534784   bffffa40/bfffdac0  radius
 2752    233472  98996198    69996544    bffffa30/bffff8c8  ip_dummy
 2753    233472  98996198    69996544    bffffa30/bffff8c8  ipv6_dummy
 2754   1826816  165916537   126001152   bffffa50/bfffeb30  ntp
 2755    233472  98996198    69996544    bffffa30/bffff8c8  pktmgr_dummy
 2756    233472  98996198    69996544    bffffa30/bffff8c8  tcpudp_dummy
 2758   1097728  202319744   126873600   bffffa60/bfffed90  cdp
 2762   1024000  109019750   80056320    bffff990/bfffec90  dcos-xinetd
 2764    729088  0           12656640    bffffef0/bffff220  ntpd
 2881   1409024  113508736   83517440    bffffa80/bfffe0a0  vsim
 2882   2785280  366824128   90828800    bffffa60/bfffdbb0  ufdm
 2883   1273856  365913996   140460032   bffffa60/bfffd970  sal
 2884   2342912  107612243   84082688    bffffa60/bfffd940  pltfm_config
 2885   4083712  206235110   88436736    bffffa50/bfffd970  monitor
 2886   3870720  317199308   90644480    bffffa50/bfffdf80  ipqosmgr
 2887   7446528  504510195   132648960   bffffa50/bffff980  igmp
 2888   5025792  186650112   89972736    bffffa40/bfffd8f0  eth-port-sec
 2889   2170880  199314508   82145280    bffffa60/bfffe220  copp
 2890   2453504  118573030   87961600    bffffa40/bfffd730  eth_port_channel
 2891   8450048  156970739   94244864    bffffa50/bfffe990  vlan_mgr
 2892  14442496  309585689   102936576   bffffa60/bfffdb40  ethpm
 2933   1544192  204094950   85684224    bffffa60/bfffe480  msp
 2936   1048576  93330828    74928128    bffffa50/bfffe480  vsn_service_mgr
 2937  169234432  1191148288  251592704   bffffa60/bfffe48c  sp
 2938  10510336  651213798   103919616   bffffa40/bfffe89c  policy_engine
 2939   3485696  633948339   85774336    bffffa40/bfffe24c  inspect
 3006    159744  0           1441792     bffffdc0/bffffc58  getty
 3007    172032  0           1527808     bffffd90/bffffc28  getty
 3019   1142784  0           14630912    bffffa30/bfffe810  dcos_sshd
 3021   1167360  0           31797248    bffffdc0/bffffaa0  vsh
28520   1142784  0           14630912    bffffa30/bfffe810  dcos_sshd
28521   1167360  0           31797248    bffffdc0/bfffa7c8  vsh
30327    155648  0           1712128     bffffcf0/bffffb4c  more
30328   1167360  0           31830016    bffffdc0/bfffa2d8  vsh
30329         0  0           0           bffffa10/bfffef28  ps
 
   
All processes: MemAlloc = 445857792
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show system resources

Displays memory usage.


show redundancy status

To display redundancy status, use the show redundancy status command.

show redundancy status

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show redundancy command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display redundancy status:

vsg# show redundancy status
Redundancy role
---------------
      administrative:   standalone
         operational:   standalone
 
   
Redundancy mode
---------------
      administrative:   HA
         operational:   None
 
   
This supervisor (sup-1)
-----------------------
    Redundancy state:   Active
    Supervisor state:   Active
      Internal state:   Active with no standby
 
   
Other supervisor (sup-2)
------------------------
    Redundancy state:   Not present
 
   
    Supervisor state:   N/A
      Internal state:   N/A
 
   
System start time:          Fri Jan 21 15:45:28 2011
 
   
System uptime:              32 days, 1 hours, 46 minutes, 2 seconds
Kernel uptime:              32 days, 0 hours, 14 minutes, 45 seconds
Active supervisor uptime:   32 days, 1 hours, 45 minutes, 20 seconds
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show system redundancy status

Displays redundancy status.


show resource

To display resources, use the show resource command.

show resource [internal | m4route-mem | m6route-mem | monitor-session | port-channel | u4route-mem | u6route-mem | vlan | vrf ]

Syntax Description

internal

(Optional) Displays resource manager information

m4route-mem

(Optional) Displays m4route-mem information.

m6route-mem

(Optional) Displays m6route-mem information.

monitor-session

(Optional) Displays monitor session information.

port-channel

(Optional) Displays port channel information.

u4route-mem

(Optional) Displays u4route-mem information.

u6route-mem

(Optional) Displays u6route-mem information.

vlan

(Optional) Displays VLAN information.

vrf

(Optional) Displays VRF information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show resource command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display resources:

vsg# show resource
 
   
     Resource               Min       Max      Used    Unused     Avail
    -----------            -----     -----    ------  --------   -------
     vlan                16      2049         2        14      2047
     monitor-session      0         2         0         0         2
     vrf                 16      8192         2        14      8190
     port-channel         0       768         0         0       768
     u4route-mem         32        32         1        31        31
     u6route-mem         16        16         1        15        15
     m4route-mem         58        58         0        58        58
     m6route-mem          8         8         0         8         8
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show system resources

Displays system resources.


show role

To show user role information, use the show role command.

show role [feature | name | pending | pending-diff | session | status]

Syntax Description

feature

(Optional) Displays role features.

name

(Optional) Specifies the role name.

pending

(Optional) Displays uncommitted role configurations.

pending-diff

(Optional) Displays uncommitted role configurations.

session

(Optional) Displays role session status.

status

(Optional) Displays role status.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show role command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the details of the network-admin role:

vsg# show role name network-admin
 
   
Role: network-admin
  Description: Predefined network admin role has access to all commands
  on the switch
  -------------------------------------------------------------------
  Rule    Perm    Type        Scope               Entity                  
  -------------------------------------------------------------------
  1       permit  read-write  
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show users

Displays users.


show running-config

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

show running-config [aaa | all | am | arp | cdp | cert-enroll | diff | exclude | expand-port-profile | icmpv6 | igmp | interface | ip | l3vm | monitor | ntp | object-group group-name | policy policy-name | rule rule-name | security | snmp | vdc-all | vlan | vshd | zone zone-name]

Syntax Description

aaa

(Optional) Displays the AAA configuration.

all

(Optional) Diplays the current operating configuration with defaults.

am

(Optional) Displays AM information.

arp

(Optional) Displays ARP information.

cdp

(Optional) Displays the CDP configuration.

cert-enroll

(Optional) Displays the certificates configuration.

diff

(Optional) Displays the difference between running configuration and startup configuration.

exclude

(Optional) Excludes displaying specified configurations when performing the show running-config command.

expand-port-profile

(Optional) Displays the port profile.

icmpv6

(Optional) Displays ICMPv6 information.

igmp

(Optional) Displays IGMP information.

interface

(Optional) Displays interface configurations.

ip

(Optional) Displays IP information.

l3vm

(Optional) Displays Layer 3 Virtual Machine information.

monitor

(Optional) Configures Ethernet SPAN sessions.

ntp

(Optional) Displays NTP information.

object-group

(Optional) Displays the object-group configuration.

group-name

(Optional) Object group name.

policy

(Optional) Displays the policy configuration.

policy-name

(Optional) Policy name.

rule

(Optional) Displays the rule configuration.

rule-name

(Optional) Rule name.

security

(Optional) Displays the security configuration.

snmp

(Optional) Displays the SNMP configuration.

vdc-all

(Optional) Displays the VDC configuration.

vlan

(Optional) Displays the VLAN configuration.

vshd

(Optional) Displays the running configuration for VSHD.

zone

(Optional) Displays the running configuration for zones.

zone-name

(Optional) Zone name.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show running-config command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display the running configuration:

vsg# show running-config
 
   
!Command: show running-config
!Time: Wed Feb 23 11:23:41 2011
 
   
version 4.2(1)VSG1(1)
no feature telnet
no feature http-server
 
   
username adminbackup password 5 $1$Oip/C5Ci$oOdx7oJSlBCFpNRmQK4na.  role network
-operator
username admin password 5 $1$nDBYx.EE$aOQn09aSYpclPxcZM9CS3.  role network-admin
username vsnbetauser password 5 $1$WBkomPFW$RlOqE7fU2ZS/D4yd7bx/L.  role network
-admin
 
   
banner motd #Nexus VSN#
 
   
ssh key rsa 2048 
ip domain-lookup
ip domain-lookup
switchname VSG129-2
snmp-server user admin auth md5 0x49381b1f90fcb52a70b55a0bbf05d032 priv 0x49381b
1f90fcb52a70b55a0bbf05d032 localizedkey engineID 128:0:0:9:3:0:0:0:0:0:0
snmp-server user vsnbetauser auth md5 0x272e8099cab7365fd1649d351b953884 priv 0x
272e8099cab7365fd1649d351b953884 localizedkey engineID 128:0:0:9:3:0:0:0:0:0:0
 
   
vrf context management
  ip route 0.0.0.0/0 10.193.72.1
vlan 1
port-channel load-balance ethernet source-mac
port-profile default max-ports 32
 
   
vdc VSG129-2 id 1
  limit-resource vlan minimum 16 maximum 2049
  limit-resource monitor-session minimum 0 maximum 2
  limit-resource vrf minimum 16 maximum 8192
  limit-resource port-channel minimum 0 maximum 768
  limit-resource u4route-mem minimum 32 maximum 32
  limit-resource u6route-mem minimum 16 maximum 16
  limit-resource m4route-mem minimum 58 maximum 58
  limit-resource m6route-mem minimum 8 maximum 8
 
   
interface mgmt0
  ip address 10.193.73.138/21
 
   
interface data0
  ip address 192.168.129.2/24
line console
boot kickstart bootflash:/ks.bin sup-1
boot system bootflash:/sys.bin sup-1
boot kickstart bootflash:/ks.bin sup-2
boot system bootflash:/sys.bin sup-2
  ha-pair id 1292
 
   
security-profile sp1
  policy p1
rule r1
  action 1 permit
policy p1
  rule r1 order 10 
vnm-policy-agent
  registration-ip 0.0.0.0
  shared-secret **********
  log-level 
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show startup-config

Displays the startup configuration.


show service-path connection

To display service path connection information, use the show service-path connection command.

show service-path connection [svs-domain-id domain-id [module module-number]]

Syntax Description

svs-domain-id

(Optional) Specifies the SVS domain.

domain-id

Domain identification number. The range is from 1 to 4095.

module

(Optional) Specifies the module.

module-number

Module number. The range is from 3 to 66.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show service-path connection command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display service path connections:

vsg# show service-path connection
SVS Domain    41  Module   3
  udp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.90:138 dst 100.255.255.255:138
  tcp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.70:33050 dst 100.1.1.80:80
  tcp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.70:33068 dst 100.1.1.80:80
  tcp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.80:33041 dst 100.1.1.70:80
  tcp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.71:33028 dst 100.1.1.80:80
  tcp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.72:33056 dst 100.1.1.80:80
  tcp vlan 53 src 100.1.1.73:33023 dst 100.1.1.80:80
VSG1#
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show svs

Displays SVS information.


show service-path statistics

To display service path statistics, use the show service-path statistics command.

show service-path statistics [svs-domain-id domain-id [module module-number]]

Syntax Description

svs-domain-id

(Optional) Specifies the SVS domain.

domain-id

Domain identification number. The range is from 1 to 4095.

module

(Optional) Specifies the module.

module-number

Module number. The range is from 3 to 66.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show service-path connection command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display service path statistics:

vsg# show service-path statistics
Input Packet                   31056  Output Packet                  31056
Active Flows                       0
Flow Create                    15520  Flow Destroy                   15520
Input Packet Drop                  0  Output Packet Drop                 0
SP Packet Drop                     0  Corrupted Packet                   0
Input mode                    Signal  Input mode change fail             0
Input signal mode                  1  Input interrupt mode               0
PE Corrupted Packet                0  FTP Corrupted Packet               0
RSH Corrupted Packet               0  TFTP Corrupted Packet              0
Buffer Free Fail                   0
Vpath Frag Packet                  0  Vpath Inst Frag                    0
IPV4 Frag Packet                   0  IPV4 Inst Frag                     0
Aged Vpath Frag Packet             0  Vpath Frag Packet Drop             0
Aged IPV4 Frag Packet              0  IPV4 Frag Packet Drop              0
Bad Vpath Frag                     0  Bad IPV4 Frag                      0
Vpath Frag/Packet Exceed           0  IPV4 Frag/Packet Exceed            0
Total Frag Inst Exceed             0
 
   
SVS Domain    61  Module   3
  Input Packet                   31056  Output Packet                  31056
  Flow Create                    15520  Flow Destroy                   15520
  Packet Drop                        0
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show svs

Displays SVS information.


show snmp

To display SNMP information, use the show snmp command.

show snmp [community | context | engineID | group | host | internal | sessions | source-interface | trap | user]

Syntax Description

community

(Optional) Displays SNMP community strings.

context

(Optional) Displays SNMP context mapping entries.

engineID

(Optional) Displays the SNMP engineID.

group

(Optional) Displays SNMP groups.

host

(Optional) Displays SNMP hosts.

internal

(Optional) Displays internal SNMP information.

sessions

(Optional) Displays SNMP sessions.

source-interface

(Optional) Displays the notifications source interface.

trap

(Optional) Displays SNMP traps.

user

(Optional) Displays SNMPv3 users.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show snmp command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display SNMP users:

vsg# show snmp user
______________________________________________________________
                  SNMP USERS 
______________________________________________________________
 
   
User                          Auth  Priv(enforce) Groups                        
____                          ____  _____________ ______                        
______________________________________________________________
 NOTIFICATION TARGET USERS (configured  for sending V3 Inform) 
______________________________________________________________
 
   
User                          Auth  Priv 
____                          ____  ____ 
admin                         md5   des           
(EngineID 128:0:0:9:3:0:0:0:0:0:0)
 
   
vsnbetauser                   md5   des           
(EngineID 128:0:0:9:3:0:0:0:0:0:0)
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

snmp-server

Configures the SNMP server.


show sockets

To display socket information, use the show sockets command.

show sockets {client | connection | internal | statistics}

Syntax Description

client

Displays client socket information.

connection

Displays socket connections information.

internal

Displays internal socket information.

statistics

Displays socket statistics.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show sockets command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display socket statistics:

vsg# show sockets statistics
TCP Received:
        43556 packets total
        0 checksum error, 0 bad offset, 0 too short, 0 MD5 error
        33557 packets (1428824 bytes) in sequence
        435 duplicate packets (8296 bytes)
        0 partially dup packets (0 bytes)
        141 out-of-order packets (7736 bytes)
        0 packets (0 bytes) with data after window
        1 packets after close
        0 window probe packets, 0 window update packets
        470 duplicate ack packets, 0 ack packets with unsent data
        17669 ack packets (1759693 bytes)
TCP Sent:
        20950 total, 0 urgent packets
        20 control packets
        20057 data packets (1759592 bytes)
        5 data packets (736 bytes) retransmitted
        809 ack only packets
        0 window probe packets, 59 window update packets
TCP:
0 connections initiated, 129 connections accepted, 129 connections established
129 connections closed (including 107 dropped, 0 embryonic dropped)
4 total rxmt timeout, 0 connections dropped in rxmt timeout
40 keepalive timeout, 40 keepalive probe, 0 connections dropped in keepalive
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show interface

Displays information about interfaces.


show ssh

To displaySSH information, use the show ssh command.

show ssh {key | name | server}

Syntax Description

key

Displays the SSH keys.

name

Displays the pre-established master SSH connections.

server

Displays the status of SSH on the server.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show ssh command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the SSH keys:

vsg# show ssh key
**************************************
rsa Keys generated:Fri Oct  8 16:49:02 2010
 
   
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAtL6+T2oK4lT1edlXus/eY6FChVxGdDA1T9B3pC06MWst
6+Wh4Sw3Ibpoe2uIuZE9qZjlNKLMWkReu1olXLCJlGG3QjkVUA2CMLYP6o/+fUoMZIPSyQFQk+3JwTFu
UR7uaa6OkATAr35unSnaHPKkYyv7C2S+I/H2nilY+Gbncv9D2tijsFJIOMIeIa8w5EdedMSnxOYg9ynm
9rV+Jql48mvslAKo23eSkzJT2grZu6z3d8DboiEHvrkPR/8Dwum9BXK7pM9p48l3Dae5lRuW92H/wRqs
v0u6Cyex6c6uE2f3jo4yU4tOMTCbyu2O+lXz/AsmM+gUZ1CvxrHhjgHpqw==
 
   
bitcount:2048
fingerprint:
1d:1f:75:3c:6b:41:32:c8:0a:87:40:56:10:cb:2b:e9
**************************************
could not retrieve dsa key information
**************************************
vsg#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show telnet

Displays the telnet server configuration.


show startup-config

To display startup configurations, use the show startup-config command.

show startup-config [aaa | am | arp | cdp | cert-enroll | exclude | expand-port-profile | icmpv6 | igmp | interface | ip | l3vm | log | monitor | ntp | security | snmp | vdc-all | vshd]

Syntax Description

aaa

(Optional) Displays the AAA configuration.

am

(Optional) Displays AM information.

arp

(Optional) Displays ARP information.

cdp

(Optional) Displays the CDP configuration.

cert-enroll

(Optional) Displays the certificates configuration.

diff

(Optional) Displays the difference between running configuration and startup configuration.

expand-port-profile

(Optional) Displays the port profile.

icmpv6

(Optional) Displays ICMPv6 information.

igmp

(Optional) Displays IGMP information.

interface

(Optional) Displays interface configurations.

ip

(Optional) Displays IP information.

l3vm

(Optional) Displays Layer 3 Virtual Machine information.

log

(Optional) Displays the execution log of the latest ASCII startup configuration.

monitor

(Optional) Configures Ethernet SPAN sessions.

ntp

(Optional) Displays NTP information.

security

(Optional) Displays the security configuration.

snmp

(Optional) Displays the SNMP configuration.

vdc-all

(Optional) Displays the VDC configuration.

vshd

(Optional) Displays the running configuration for VSHD.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show startup-config command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the startup configuration:

vsg# show startup-config
Sap 106 returned failure code:0x80480002
 
   
!Command: show startup-config
!Time: Wed Feb 23 12:52:55 2011
!Startup config saved at: Tue Nov 30 19:23:55 2010
 
   
version 4.2(1)VSG1(1)
ip domain-lookup
ip domain-lookup
switchname VSG129-2
snmp-server user admin auth md5 0x49381b1f90fcb52a70b55a0bbf05d032 priv 0x49381b
1f90fcb52a70b55a0bbf05d032 localizedkey engineID 128:0:0:9:3:0:0:0:0:0:0
snmp-server user vsnbetauser auth md5 0x272e8099cab7365fd1649d351b953884 priv 0x
272e8099cab7365fd1649d351b953884 localizedkey engineID 128:0:0:9:3:0:0:0:0:0:0
 
   
vrf context management
  ip route 0.0.0.0/0 10.193.72.1
vlan 1
port-channel load-balance ethernet source-mac
port-profile default max-ports 32
 
   
vdc VSG129-2 id 1
  limit-resource vlan minimum 16 maximum 2049
  limit-resource monitor-session minimum 0 maximum 2
  limit-resource vrf minimum 16 maximum 8192
  limit-resource port-channel minimum 0 maximum 768
  limit-resource u4route-mem minimum 32 maximum 32
  limit-resource u6route-mem minimum 16 maximum 16
  limit-resource m4route-mem minimum 58 maximum 58
  limit-resource m6route-mem minimum 8 maximum 8
 
   
interface mgmt0
  ip address 10.193.73.138/21
 
   
interface data0
  ip address 192.168.129.2/24
  ip address 192.168.129.2/24
 
   
interface data0
  ip address 192.168.129.2/24
  ip address 192.168.129.2/24
line console
boot kickstart bootflash:/ks.bin sup-1
boot system bootflash:/sys.bin sup-1
boot kickstart bootflash:/ks.bin sup-2
boot system bootflash:/sys.bin sup-2
  ha-pair id 1292
 
   
security-profile sp1
  policy p1
rule r1
  action 1 permit
policy p1
  rule r1 order 10 
vnm-policy-agent
  registration-ip 0.0.0.0
  shared-secret **********
  log-level 
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show running-config

Displays the running configuration.


show system

To displaysystem information, use the show system command.

show ssh {clis | cores | error-id | exception-info | internal | pss | redundancy | resources | standby | uptime}

Syntax Description

clis

Displays the CLI server.

cores

Displays the core transfer option.

error-id

Displays system errors.

exception-info

Displays the exception log.

internal

Displays internal system information.

pss

Displays the most recent PSS shrink status.

redundancy

Displays redundancy status.

resources

Displays system resources.

standby

Displays the system standby manual boot option.

uptime

Displays how long the system has been up and running.


i

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show system command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display system resources:

vsg# show system resources
Load average:   1 minute: 0.22   5 minutes: 0.28   15 minutes: 0.12
Processes   :   245 total, 2 running
CPU states  :   0.0% user,   0.0% kernel,   100.0% idle
Memory usage:   1944668K total,   1041116K used,    903552K free
                  71456K buffers,  398416K cache
 
   
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show hardware

Displays hardware information.


show tech-support

To display information about technical support, use the show tech-support command.

show tech-support [adjmgr | arp | bootvar | brief | cert-enroll | cli | clis | details | dhcp | epp | ethport | ha | icmpv6 | im | include-time | internal | ip | ipv6 | l3vm | module | npacl | ntp | pktmgr | platform | port | port-channel | routing | snmp | sockets | sys-mgr | time-optimized | vdc | vsd | xml]

Syntax Description

adjmgr

(Optional) Display Adj manager information.

arp

(Optional) Display ARP information.

bootvar

(Optional) Displays detailed information about boot variables.

brief

(Optional) Displays a system summary.

cert-enroll

(Optional) Displays certificate information.

cli

(Optional) Displays information about the parser.

clis

(Optional) Displays information about the CLI server.

details

(Optional) Displays detailed information about troubleshooting.

dhcp

(Optional) Displays detailed information about DHCP.

epp

(Optional) Displays detailed information about EPP.

ethport

(Optional) Displays detailed information about the Eth port.

ha

(Optional) Displays detailed information about High Availability.

icmpv6

(Optional) Displays information about ICMPv6.

im

(Optional) Displays detailed information about IM.

include-time

(Optional) Displays the time it took to gather technical support information.

internal

(Optional) Displays internal troubleshooting information.

ip

(Optional) Displays IP information.

ipv6

(Optional) Displays IPv6 information.

l3vm

(Optional) Display VRF information.

module

(Optional) Displays information about modules.

npacl

(Optional) Displays information about NPACL.

ntp

(Optional) Displays information about NTP.

pktmgr

(Optional) Displays packet manager information.

platform

(Optional) Displays platform information.

port

(Optional) Displays port manager information.

port-channel

(Optional) Displays port channel information.

routing

(Optional) Displays information about routing.

snmp

(Optional) Displays information about SNMP.

sockets

(Optional) Displays information about sockets.

sys-mgr

(Optional) Displays information about system manager.

time-optimized

(Optional) Gather tech-support faster, requires more memory & disk space

vdc

(Optional) Displays information about VDC.

vsd

(Optional) Displays information about VSD.

xml

(Optional) Displays information about XML.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show tech-support command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

When you execute a show command that displays a long list of data, you can press Ctrl+c at any time to exit that list.

Examples

This example shows how to display HA information:

VSG129-2# show tech-support ha
`show system internal sysmgr event-history msgs`
1) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 12198 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:48 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SDWRAP_DEBUG_DUMP(1530), Id:0X02ECF618, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39469, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF618, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:216
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  01 00 2f 74 6d 70 2f 64 62 67 64 75 6d 70 31 32 
 
   
2) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:44, at 952704 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:47 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_ENNVAR_NON_SYSMGR_SRV_GET(2653), Id:0X02ECF601, Ret
:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39467, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF601, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:0
 
   
3) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:44, at 504521 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:39 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_ENNVAR_NON_SYSMGR_SRV_GET(2653), Id:0X02ECF494, Ret
:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39441, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF494, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:0
 
   
4) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 824041 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_CLI_SHOW_INTERNAL_STATE(1386), Id:0X02ECF0FB, Ret:S
UCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39438, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0FB, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:624
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 01 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
 
   
5) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 823997 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_CLI_SHOW_REDUNDANCY_STATUS(2499), Id:0X02ECF0F9, Re
t:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39438, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0F9, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:112
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
 
   
6) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:44, at 823918 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_SCOPE_DONE(2476), Id:0X02ECF0F7, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39438, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0F7, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:0
 
   
7) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 819079 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_CLI_SHOW_INTERNAL_STATE(1386), Id:0X02ECF0F5, Ret:S
UCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39437, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0F5, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:624
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 01 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
 
   
8) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 819034 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_CLI_SHOW_REDUNDANCY_STATUS(2499), Id:0X02ECF0F3, Re
t:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39437, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0F3, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:112
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
 
   
9) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:44, at 818960 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_SCOPE_DONE(2476), Id:0X02ECF0F1, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39437, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0F1, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:0
 
   
10) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 814417 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_CLI_SHOW_INTERNAL_STATE(1386), Id:0X02ECF0EF, Ret:S
UCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39436, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0EF, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:624
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 01 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
 
   
11) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:60, at 814364 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_CLI_SHOW_REDUNDANCY_STATUS(2499), Id:0X02ECF0ED, Re
t:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39436, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0ED, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:112
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
 
   
12) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:44, at 814283 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_SCOPE_DONE(2476), Id:0X02ECF0EB, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39436, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0EB, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:0
 
   
13) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:44, at 800624 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:38:18 2011
    [REQ] Opc:MTS_OPC_SYSMGR_ENNVAR_NON_SYSMGR_SRV_GET(2653), Id:0X02ECF0D3, Ret
:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/39435, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECF0D3, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:0
 
   
14) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37941 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAC3, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA4B, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
15) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37931 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAC2, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA4A, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
16) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37921 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAC1, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA49, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
17) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37910 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAC0, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA48, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
18) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37900 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEABF, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA47, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
19) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37890 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEABE, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA46, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
20) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37880 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEABD, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA45, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
21) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37870 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEABC, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA44, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
22) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37860 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEABB, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA43, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
23) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37850 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEABA, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA42, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
24) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37840 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAB9, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA41, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
25) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37830 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAB8, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA40, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
26) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37820 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAB7, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA3F, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
 
   
27) Event:E_MTS_RX, length:48, at 37808 usecs after Thu Feb 24 11:37:00 2011
    [RSP] Opc:MTS_OPC_EEM_CFG_SYNC(1701), Id:0X02ECEAB6, Ret:SUCCESS
    Src:0x00000101/342, Dst:0x00000101/3, Flags:None
    HA_SEQNO:0X00000000, RRtoken:0x02ECEA3E, Sync:UNKNOWN, Payloadsize:4
    Payload:    
    0x0000:  00 00 00 00 
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show debug

Displays debug flags.


show telnet server

To display the status of telnet services, use the show telnet command.

show telnet server

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show telnet server command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of telnet services:

vsg# show telnet server
telnet service not enabled
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show http

Displays the status of HTTP services.


show terminal

To display information about the terminal, use the show terminal command.

show terminal [internal]

Syntax Description

internal

(Optional) Displays internal terminal information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show terminal command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about the terminal:

VSG129-2# show terminal internal info
Process info:
Name:   vsh
State:  R (running)
SleepAVG:       88%
Tgid:   4157
Pid:    4157
PPid:   4156
TracerPid:      0
Uid:    2002    2002    2002    2002
Gid:    503     503     503     503
FDSize: 256
Groups: 503 
VmSize:    31080 kB
VmLck:         0 kB
VmRSS:      9208 kB
VmData:     1140 kB
VmStk:        84 kB
VmExe:        44 kB
VmLib:     13664 kB
VmPTE:        48 kB
Threads:        1
SigPnd: 0000000000000000
ShdPnd: 0000000000000000
SigBlk: 0000001000000000
SigIgn: 0000000000300004
SigCgt: 0000000180007002
CapInh: 0000000000000000
CapPrm: 0000000000000000
CapEff: 0000000000000000
 
   
Memory limits:
core file size        (blocks, -c) 146484
data seg size         (kbytes, -d) unlimited
file size             (blocks, -f) unlimited
max locked memory     (kbytes, -l) unlimited
max memory size       (kbytes, -m) unlimited
open files                    (-n) 1024
pipe size          (512 bytes, -p) 8
stack size            (kbytes, -s) 8192
cpu time             (seconds, -t) unlimited
max user processes            (-u) unlimited
virtual memory        (kbytes, -v) 204800
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show processes

Displays process information.


show user-account

To display information about user accounts, use the show user-account command.

show user-account [user-account-name]

Syntax Description

user-account-name

(Optional) User account name.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show user-account command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display user accounts:

vsg# show user-account
user:adminbackup
        this user account has no expiry date
        roles:
user:admin
        this user account has no expiry date
        roles:network-admin 
user:vsnbetauser
        this user account has no expiry date
        roles:network-admin 
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show users

Displays current users.


show users

To display users, use the show users command.

show users

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show users command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display users:

vsg# show users
NAME     LINE         TIME         IDLE          PID COMMENT
admin    pts/0        Jan 21 17:19  old         3021 (171.69.17.61) session=ssh
admin    pts/29       Feb 23 11:13   .          4157 (10.21.145.11) session = ssh *
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show user-account

Displays information about user accounts.


show version

To display the software version, use the show version command.

show version [build-info | image | internal]

Syntax Description

build-info

(Optional) Display build information.

image

(Optional) Displays software image information.

internal

(Optional) Displays software compatibility results between two images.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show version command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display software build information:

vsg# show version build-info

Related Commands

Command
Description

show install

Displays the software install impact between two images.


show vnm-pa

To display the VNMC policy agent, use the show vnm-pa command.

show vnm-pa [status | tech-support]

Syntax Description

status

(Optional) Displays the policy agent status.

tech-support

(Optional) Displays technical support information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show vnm-pa command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display the policy agent status:

vsg# show vnm-pa status
VNM Policy-Agent status is - Not Installed
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show vsg

Displays VSG information.


show vsg dvport

To display information about a VSG DV port, use the show vsg dvport command.

show vsg [dvport [port-name]]

Syntax Description

port-name

(Optional) DV port name.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show vsg dvport command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about a DV port:

vsg# show vsg dvport
DV Port          : 576::bcaa1c50-8747-8d08-fe7e-a9aa8924bf8e
Security Profile : spcustom
VM uuid          : 421c5ae4-51c3-5dd9-60fa-a50cb04ed0ea
Port Profile     : vm_data
IP Addresses : 
    100.1.1.20
    100.1.1.10
vsg#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show vsg ip-binding

Displays information about IP bindings.


show vsg ip-binding

To displays a list of VM IP addresses and associated VNSP and policy sets, use the show vsg ip-binding command.

show vsg ip-binding

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show vsg ip-binding command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display a list of VM IP addresses:

vsg# show vsg ip-binding 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   VM IP address          Security-Profile Name           Policy Name           
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 100.1.1.20         spcustom                            policy_one                     
 100.1.1.10         sp_new                              policy_one                    
vsg#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show vsg security-profile

Displays information about security profiles.


show vsg security-profile

To display information about security profiles, use the show vsg security-profile command.

show security-profile [profile-name | brief]

Syntax Description

profile-name

(Optional) Profile name.

brief

(Optional) Displays security profile information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show vsg security-profile command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about security profiles:

vsg# show vsg security-profile
VNSP             : spcustom
VNSP id          : 2
Policy Name      : policy_one
Policy id        : 1
Custom attributes : 
    dept                       : eng 
 
   
VNSP             : sp_new
VNSP id          : 1
Policy Name      : policy_new
Policy id        : 1
Custom attributes : 
    dept                       : sales                                       
vsg#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show policy stats

Displays policy statistics.


show vsg vm

To display information about a VM, use the show vsg vm command.

show vsg vm [vm-uuid]

Syntax Description

vm-uuid

Virtual machine Universally Unique Identifier.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show vsg vm command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to :

vsn22# show vsg vm 
VM uuid          : 421c5ae4-51c3-5dd9-60fa-a50cb04ed0ea
VM attributes : 
    cluster-name               :                                             
    host-name                  : 10.193.73.154                               
    name                       : win2k3                                      
 
   
vsg#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show vsg

Displays VSG information.


show xml server

To display XML server information, use the show xml server command.

show xml server [logging | status]

Syntax Description

logging

(Optional) Displays the logging configuration and the contents of the log file.

status

(Optional) Displays XML agent information.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Global configuration (config)

Supported User Roles

network-admin

network-operator

Command History

Release
Modification

4.2(1)VSG1(1)

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the following operators with the show xml server command:

>—Redirects the output to a file.

>>—Redirects the output to a file in append mode.

|—Pipes the command output to a filter.

Examples

This example shows how to display XML server information:

vsg# show xml server status
 operational status is enabled
 maximum session configured is 8
vsg# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

show http-server

Displays the HTTP server configuration.