ATM and Layer 3 Switch Router Command Reference, 12.1(7a)EY
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show access-lists

show accounting

show aliases

show arp

show async bootp

show async status (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

show atm accounting

show atm addresses

show atm arp-server

show atm connection-traffic-table

show atm filter-expr

show atm filter-set

show atm ilmi-configuration

show atm ilmi-status

show atm input-xlate-table

show atm input-xlate-table

show atm interface

show atm interface resource

show atm map

show atm pnni aesa embedded-number

show atm pnni aggregation link

show atm pnni aggregation node

show atm pnni background routes

show atm pnni background status

show atm pnni database

show atm pnni election

show atm pnni explicit-paths

show atm pnni hierarchy

show atm pnni identifiers

show atm pnni interface

show atm pnni local-node

show atm pnni mobility-info

show atm pnni neighbor

show atm pnni node

show atm pnni precedence

show atm pnni resource-info

show atm pnni scope

show atm pnni statistics

show atm pnni summary

show atm pnni svcc-rcc

show atm pnni topology

show atm pnni traffic

show atm qos-defaults

show atm resource

show atm rmon

show atm route

show atm routing-mode

show atm signalling cug

show atm signalling diagnostics

show atm signalling statistics

show atm snoop

show atm snoop-vc

show atm snoop-vp

show atm status

show atm traffic

show atm traffic shaping

show atm vc

show atm vc signalling

show atm vp

show bootflash:

show buffers

show calendar

show capability (Catalyst 8540 MSR

show cdp

show cdp entry

show cdp interface

show cdp neighbors

show cdp traffic

show ces address

show ces circuit

show ces interface cbr

show ces status

show ciscoview package

show ciscoview version

show clock

show compress

show controllers

show controllers

show controllers access-list

show controllers adjacency

show controllers cef

show controllers interface-info

show controllers ipmcast

show controllers ipx-prefix

show controllers c8500 interface-map

show controllers c8500 ipmcast

show controllers c8500 ipx-node

show controller c8500 ipx-prefix

show controllers c8500 queuing

show debugging

show diag

show diag online (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

show environment

show epc port-qos

show facility-alarm status (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

show file

show flash

show frame-relay connection-traffic-table-row

show frame-relay interface resource

show frame-relay lmi

show functional-image-info

show hardware

show history

show hosts

show ima interface

show interfaces

show ip access-lists

show ip accounting

show ip aliases

show ip arp

show ip interface

show ip masks

show ip redirects

show ip route summary

show ip sockets

show ip tcp header-compression

show ip traffic

show ipc

show lane

show lane bus

show lane client

show lane config

show lane database

show lane default-atm-addresses

show lane le-arp

show lane name

show lane server

show line

show location

show logging

show memory

show ncdp path root

show ncdp ports

show ncdp sources

show ncdp status

show ncdp timers

show network-clocks

show ntp associations

show ntp status

show ppp multilink

show privilege

show processes

show processes memory

show protocols

show qos switching

show qos mapping

show redundancy (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

show registry

show reload

show rhosts

show rif

show rmon alarms

show rmon events

show running-config

show sdm address

show sdm entry

show sdm internal

show sdm label

show sdm lfib

show sdm size

show sdm vrf

show sessions

show sgcp

show sgcp connection

show sgcp endpoint

show sgcp statistics

show snmp

show snoop

show snoop-vc

show sscop

show stacks

show startup-config

show subsys

show switch counters

show switch fabric (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

show switch module (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

show tacacs

show tag-switching atm-tdp bindings

show tag-switching atm-tdp capability

show tag-switching atm-tdp summary

show tag-switching interfaces

show tag-switching tdp discovery

show tag-switching tdp neighbor

show tag-switching tdp parameters

show tag-switching tsp-tunnels

show tcp

show tech-support

show terminal

show users

show vc

show version


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The commands shown in this chapter apply to the Catalyst 8540 MSR, Catalyst 8510 MSR, and LightStream 1010 ATM switch routers. Where an entire command or certain attributes of a command have values specific to a particular switch or switch router, an exception is indicated by the following callouts:

Catalyst 8540 MSR

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010


Note Commands that are identical to those documented in the Cisco IOS software documentation have been removed from this chapter.



Note Commands that no longer function as expected in ATM environments have also been removed from this chapter.


Refer to Appendix D of this command reference for a detailed list of commands that have been removed, changed or replaced.

show access-lists

To display information about the access list, use the show access-lists EXEC command.

show access-lists [aclnumber | aclname]

Syntax Description

aclnumber

Number from 1 through 1299 that identifies the access list.

aclname

Character string that identifies the access list.


Defaults

The system displays all access lists.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3.(3a)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show access-lists command when access list 101 is specified.

Switch# show access-lists 101
Extended IP access list 101
    permit tcp host 198.92.32.130 any established (4304 matches)
    permit udp host 198.92.32.130 any eq domain (129 matches)
    permit icmp host 198.92.32.130 any
    permit tcp host 198.92.32.130 host 171.69.2.141 gt 1023
    permit tcp host 198.92.32.130 host 171.69.2.135 eq smtp (2 matches)
    permit tcp host 198.92.32.130 host 198.92.30.32 eq smtp
    permit tcp host 198.92.32.130 host 171.69.108.33 eq smtp
    permit udp host 198.92.32.130 host 171.68.225.190 eq syslog
    permit udp host 198.92.32.130 host 171.68.225.126 eq syslog
    deny   ip 150.136.0.0 0.0.255.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 171.68.0.0 0.1.255.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255 (2 matches)
    deny   ip 172.24.24.0 0.0.1.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.82.152.0 0.0.0.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.122.173.0 0.0.0.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.122.174.0 0.0.0.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.135.239.0 0.0.0.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.135.240.0 0.0.7.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.135.248.0 0.0.3.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255
    deny   ip 192.150.42.0 0.0.0.255 224.0.0.0 15.255.255.255

An access list counter counts how many packets are allowed by each line of the access list. This number is displayed as the number of matches.

For information on how to configure access lists, refer to the ATM Switch Router Software Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

Command
Description

access-list (extended)

Used to define an extended IP access list. Currently, this command only supports the IP host.

access-list (standard)

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. See D Appendix D.

clear access-list counters

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. See Appendix D.

clear access-template

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. See Appendix D.


show accounting

To step through all active sessions and to print all the accounting records for actively accounted functions, use the show accounting EXEC command. To disable this function, use the no form of the command.

show accounting

no show accounting

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Defaults

Disabled

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show accounting command allows you to display the active accountable events on the system.
It provides systems administrators with a quick look at what is going on, and can also help collect information in the event of a data loss on the accounting server. The show accounting command displays additional data on the internal state of AAA if debug aaa accounting is turned on.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show accounting command.

Switch# show accounting
Active Accounted actions on tty0, User chard Priv 1
 Task ID 4425, EXEC Accounting record, 0:04:53 Elapsed
 task_id=4425 service=exec port=0
 Task ID 3759, Connection Accounting record, 0:01:06 Elapsed
 task_id=3759 service=exec port=0 protocol=telnet address=171.19.3.78 cmd=grill
Active Accounted actions on tty10, User chard Priv 1
 Task ID 5115, EXEC Accounting record, 0:04:07 Elapsed
 task_id=5115 service=exec port=10
 Task ID 2593, Connection Accounting record, 0:00:56 Elapsed
 task_id=2593 service=exec port=10 protocol=tn3270 address=172.21.14.90
cmd=tn snap
Active Accounted actions on tty11, User mary Priv 1
 Task ID 7390, EXEC Accounting record, 0:00:25 Elapsed
 task_id=7390 service=exec port=11
 Task ID 931, Connection Accounting record, 0:00:20 Elapsed
 task_id=931 service=exec port=11 protocol=telnet address=171.19.6.129 cmd=coal

Related Commands

Command
Description

show hosts

Displays the default domain name, the style of the name lookup service, a list of name server hosts, and the cached list of host names and addresses.

show line

Displays terminal line parameters.


show aliases

To display all alias commands or the alias commands in a specified mode, use the show aliases EXEC command.

show aliases [mode]

Syntax Description

mode

Command mode. You can show the alias commands for the following modes by entering the corresponding keywords.

acctng-file—ATM accounting file configuration mode

acctng-sel—ATM accounting selection configuration mode

atm-router—ATM router configuration mode

atmsig-cug—Closed user group configuration mode

atmsig-diag—Diagnostics configuration mode

atmsig_e164_table_mode—ATMSIG E164 table mode

configure—Global configuration mode

exec—EXEC mode

interface—Interface configuration mode

lane—ATM LAN Emulation LECS configuration table mode

line—Line configuration mode

map-class—Map-class configuration mode

map-list—Map-list configuration mode

null-interface—Null interface configuration mode

pnni-router-node—PNNI router node configuration mode

route-map—Route map configuration mode

router—Router configuration mode

subinterface—Subinterface configuration mode


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

All modes except for the null interface mode have their own prompts. For example, the prompt for interface configuration mode is:

Switch(config-if)# 

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show aliases exec commands. The default aliases for commands in EXEC mode are displayed.

Switch# show aliases exec

Exec mode aliases:
  h                     help
  lo                    logout
  p                     ping
  r                     resume
  s                     show
  w                     where

Related Commands

Command
Description

alias

This command or some of its parameters might not function as expected. Refer to Appendix D. Refer also to the Router Products Command Reference publication for more information about the alias command.


show arp

To display the entries in the ARP table, use the show arp EXEC command.

show arp

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show arp command.

Switch# show arp
Protocol Address Age (min) Hardware Addr Type	 nterface
Internet 	172.20.42.112 	120 	0000.a710.4baf 	ARPA	Ethernet3
AppleTalk 	4028.5 	29 	0000.0c01.0e56	SNAP 	Ethernet2
Internet 	172.20.42.114 	105 	0000.a710.859b 	ARPA	Ethernet3
AppleTalk 	4028.9 	- 	0000.0c02.a03c	SNAP 	Ethernet2
Internet 	172.20.42.121 	42 	0000.a710.68cd 	ARPA	Ethernet3
Internet 	172.20.36.9 	- 	0000.3080.6fd4	SNAP 	TokenRing0
AppleTalk 	4036.9 	- 	0000.3080.6fd4	SNAP 	TokenRing0
Internet 	172.20.33.9 	- 	c222.2222.2222	SMDS 	Serial0

Table 18-1 describes the significant fields shown in the first line of output in the display.

Table 18-1 show arp Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Protocol

Type of network address this entry includes.

Address

Network address that is mapped to the MAC address in this entry.

Age (min)

Interval (in minutes) since this entry was entered in the table, rather than the interval since the entry was last used. (The timeout value is 4 hours.)

Hardware Addr

MAC address mapped to the network address in this entry.

Type

Encapsulation type used for the network address in this entry. Possible values include:

ARPA

SNAP

ETLK (EtherTalk)

SMDS (Interface) Interface associated with this network address.


Related Commands

Command
Description

arp (interface)

Controls the interface-specific handling of IP address resolution into 48-bit Ethernet.


show async bootp

To display the extended BOOTP request parameters that were configured for asynchronous interfaces, use the show async bootp EXEC command.

show async bootp

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Examples

The following is a sample output of the show async bootp command.

Switch# show async bootp

The following extended data will be sent in BOOTP responses:

bootfile (for address 128.128.1.1) "pcboot"
bootfile (for address 131.108.1.111) "dirtboot"
subnet-mask 255.255.0.0
time-offset -3600
time-server 128.128.1.1

If no extended data is defined, you receive the following response.

No extended data will be sent in BOOTP responses:

Table 18-2 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 18-2 show async bootp Field Descriptions

Field
Description

bootfile... "pcboot"

Boot file for address 128.128.1.1 is named pcboot.

subnet-mask 255.255.0.0

Subnet mask.

time-offset -3600

Local time is one hour (3600 seconds) earlier than UTC time.

time-server 128.128.1.1

Address of the time server for the network.


Related Commands

Command
Description

async-bootp

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual.


show async status (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

To list the status of the asynchronous interface 1 associated with the auxiliary port, use the show async status user EXEC command.

show async status

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

Shows all SLIP asynchronous sessions.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show async status command.

Switch# show async status

Async protocol statistics:
  Rcvd: 5448 packets, 7682760 bytes
        1 format errors, 0 checksum errors, 0 overrun, 0 no buffer
  Sent: 5455 packets, 7682676 bytes, 0 dropped

Int           Local          Remote Qd InPack OutPac Inerr  Drops  MTU Qsz
   1     192.31.7.84         Dynamic  0      0      0     0      0 1500  10

Table 18-3 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 18-3 show async status Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

Rcvd:

Statistics on packets received.

5548 packets

Packets received.

7682760 bytes

Total number of bytes.

1 format errors

Packets with a bad IP header, even before the checksum is calculated.

0 checksum errors

Count of checksum errors.

0 overrun

Number of giants received.

0 no buffer

Number of packets received when no buffer was available.

Sent:

Statistics on packets sent.

5455 packets

Packets sent.

7682676 bytes

Total number of bytes.

0 dropped

Number of packets dropped.

Int

Interface number.

*

Line currently in use.

Local

Local IP address on the link.

Remote

Remote IP address on the link. "Dynamic" indicates that a remote address is allowed but has not been specified. "None" indicates that no remote address is assigned or being used.

Qd

Number of packets on hold queue (Qsz is max).

InPack

Number of packets received.

OutPac

Number of packets sent.

Inerr

Number of total input errors; sum of format errors, checksum errors, overruns, and no buffers.

Drops

Number of packets received that would not fit on the hold queue.

MTU

Current maximum transmission unit size.

Qsz

Current output hold queue size.


Related Commands

Command
Description

slip

Used to attach or detach a SLIP interface.


show atm accounting

To show the ATM accounting configuration information, use the show atm accounting
EXEC command.

show atm accounting

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example is sample output from the show atm accounting EXEC command for a switch router that has remote logging configured.

Switch# show atm accounting
ATM Accounting Info:     AdminStatus - UP; 	OperStatus : UP
Trap Threshold - 90 percent (4500000 bytes)
Interfaces:
     AT1/0/0
     AT2/0/0
File Entry 1 -
     Name: acctng_file1
     Descr: atm accounting data
     Min-age (seconds): 0
     Failed_attempt : soft regular 
     Interval (seconds) : 60
     Collect Mode : on-release periodic 
     Sizes: Active 68 bytes (#records 0); Ready 74 bytes (#records 0)
     Remote Log and local storage are enabled.       
     Primary Log Host: eagle, TCP listen port: 2001, OperStatus: DOWN
     Alternate Log Host: eagle, TCP listen port: 2002, OperStatus: DOWN
Selection Entry 1 - 
     Subtree OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.10.18.1.1
     List Bitmap : FF.FE.BF.FC
     Conn Type : svc-in svc-out pvc pvp spvc-originator spvc-target 
   Active List Bitmap - FF.FE.BF.FC

Examples

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example is sample output from the show atm accounting EXEC command.

Switch# show atm accounting
ATM Accounting Info:     AdminStatus - DOWN;    OperStatus : DOWN
Trap Threshold - 90 percent (4500000 bytes)
Interfaces:
File Entry 1: Name acctng_file1
    Descr: atm accounting data
    Min-age (seconds): 3600
    Failed_attempt : 0xC0
    Interval (seconds) : 3600
    Collect Mode : 0x80
No file buffers initialized
selection Entry -
    Selection entry 1, subtree OID - 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.10.18.1.1
    Selection entry 1, list bitmap - FF.FE.BF.FC
    Selection entry 1, connType bitmap - F0.00
Active selection -
    Selection entry 1, subtree OID - 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.10.18.1.1
    Selection entry 1, list bitmap - FF.FE.BF.FC
    Selection entry 1, connType bitmap - F0.00
Debug output:
Active Connection/Leg/Party counters
src_legparties (0), dest_legs (0), dest_parties (0)
Sig API: Err - 0
New_Conn: OK - 0; Err - 0
Rel_Conn: OK - 0; Err - 0
New_Leg: OK - 0; Err - 0
Rel_Leg: OK - 0; Err - 0
New_Party: OK - 0; Err - 0
Rel_Party: OK - 0; Err - 0
Switch# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm accounting collection

Controls the collection of ATM accounting data into a specific file.


show atm addresses

To display the active ATM addresses on a switch router, use the show atm addresses EXEC command.

show atm addresses

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The first switch router address is displayed with the word "active" to indicate the current address of the switch router. The output also includes automatically generated soft VC addresses, switch refix(es) used by ILMI, configured interface-specific ILMI prefixes, and the configured LECS addresses.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm addresses command.

Switch# show atm addresses
 
Switch Address(es):
  47.00918100000000000CA79E01.00000CA79E01.00 active
  88.888888880000000000000000.000000005151.00
 
Soft VC Address(es):
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.8000.00 ATM3/0/0
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.8010.00 ATM3/0/1
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.8020.00 ATM3/0/2
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.8030.00 ATM3/0/3
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.9000.00 ATM3/1/0
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.9010.00 ATM3/1/1
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.9020.00 ATM3/1/2
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.9030.00 ATM3/1/3
 
ILMI Switch Prefix(es):
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01
  88.8888.8888.0000.0000.0000.0000
 
ILMI Configured Interface Prefix(es):
 
LECS Address(es):
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.9030.01
  47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.4000.0c81.9030.02

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm address

Used to assign a 20-byte ATM address to the switch router.


show atm arp-server

To display the ATM ARP server table, use the show atm arp-server command.

show atm arp-server atm card/subcard/port[.subinterface]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port numbers for the ATM interface.

subinterface

Specifies the number for the subinterface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The command only applies to the CPU interface. Use this command to see the ARP server configured on the subinterface CPU.

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm aesa gateway

Used to configure an AESA gateway address on an ATM switch router interface that connects to a service provider maintaining a separate ATM addressing plan.


show atm connection-traffic-table

To display a table of connection traffic parameters used by network and connection management, use the show atm connection-traffic-table EXEC command.

show atm connection-traffic-table [row row-index | from-row row-index]

Syntax Description

row

Displays a single row by the row-index number.

from-row

Display the entire connection traffic table starting with the row-index.

row-index

Index of the single or starting row, in the range of 1 through 2147483647.


Defaults

Display the entire connection traffic table.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

An asterisk (*) is appended to row indexes created by SNMP but not made active. Because these rows are not active, they cannot be used by connections.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm connection-traffic-table command.

Switch# show atm connection-traffic-table
Row      Service-category    pcr        scr/mcr       mbs         cdvt
1            ubr          7113539        none                     none
2            cbr              424                                 none
3            vbr-rt           424         424          50         none
4            vbr-nrt          424         424          50         none
5            abr              424        none                     none
6            ubr              424        none                     none
64000        cbr             1741                                 none
2147483645*  ubr                0        none                     none
2147483646*  ubr                1        none                     none
2147483647*  ubr          7113539        none                     none

Table 18-4 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-4 show atm connection-traffic-table Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Row

Index to the connection traffic table.

Service-category

One of the following:

ubr

cbr

vbr-rt

vbr-nrt

abr

pcr

The value of the peak cell rate. The peak cell rate is measured in kbps, and is used to transmit whole cells, including the header.

scr/mcr

The value of the sustained cell rate/maximum cell rate. These values are measured in kbps, and are used to transmit whole cells, including the header.

mbs

The value of the MBS.

cdvt

The value of the cell delay variation tolerance.


Related Commands

Command
Description

atm connection-traffic-table-row

Used to create a table entry.


show atm filter-expr

To display a specific ATM filter expression or a summary ATM filter expression, use the
show atm filter-expr EXEC command.

show atm filter-expr name [detail]

Syntax Description

name

Name of the ATM filter expression.

detail

Displays more detailed information; must be the last keyword of the command.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following displays assume filter expressions were defined using the commands shown in the example. The names fred, barney, wilma, and betty are all filter sets.

Switch# atm filter-expr MEN fred or barney
Switch# atm filter-expr WOMEN wilma or betty
Switch# atm filter-expr ADULTS MEN or WOMEN

The show atm filter-expr command produces the following output.

Switch# show atm filter-expr
MEN = fred or barney
WOMEN = wilma or betty
ADULTS = men or women

The show atm filter-expr detail command produces the following output.

Switch# show atm filter-expr detail
MEN = fred or barney
WOMEN = wilma or betty
ADULTS = (fred or barney) or (wilma or betty)

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm filter-expr

Configures an ATM address filter that matches patterns.


show atm filter-set

To display a specific ATM filter set or a summary ATM filter set, use the show atm filter-set
EXEC command.

show atm filter-set name

Syntax Description

name

Name of the ATM filter set.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following display assumes the filter sets were defined with the commands shown in the example.

Switch# atm filter-set US-OR-NORDUNET 47.0005...
Switch# atm filter-set US-OR-NORDUNET 47.0023...
Switch# atm filter-set LOCAL 49.0003...

The following is a sample output from the show atm filter-set command.

Switch# show atm filter-set
ATM filter set US-OR-NORDUNET
permit 47.0005...
permit 47.0023...
ATM filter set LOCAL
permit 49.0003...

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm filter-set

Creates an ATM address filter set.


show atm ilmi-configuration

To display the switch router configuration, use the show atm ilmi-configuration EXEC command.

show atm ilmi-configuration

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

Displays the information and status about the switch configuration.

Examples

The following example is sample output of the show atm ilmi-configuration command.

Switch# show atm ilmi-configuration

Switch ATM Address (s): 
1122334455667788990112233445566778899000 
LECS Address (s):
1122334455667788990011223344556677889900

Table 18-5 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-5 show atm ilmi-configuration Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Switch ATM Address

Displays the current switch router address for the ATM interface.

LECS Address

Displays the current LECS address for the ATM interface.


Related Commands

Command
Description

atm ilmi-enable

Enables the ILMI on a port.


show atm ilmi-status

To display the ILMI-related status information, use the show atm ilmi-status EXEC command.

show atm ilmi-status atm card/subcard/port

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number for the ATM interface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output of the show atm ilmi-status atm command.

Switch# show atm ilmi-status atm 0/1/2

Interface : ATM0/1/2 Interface Type : Private NNI 
ILMI VCC : (0, 16) ILMI Keepalive : Disabled
ILMI State:       UpAndNormal
Peer IP Addr:     172.20.41.93    Peer IF Name:     ATM1/0/3
Peer MaxVPIbits:  8               Peer MaxVCIbits:  14
Peer MaxVPCs:     255             Peer MaxVCCs:     16383
Peer MaxSvccVpi:  255
Peer MinSvccVci:  255
Peer MaxSvpcVpi:  33
Configured Prefix(s) :
47.0091.8100.0000.0040.0b0a.2a81

Table 18-6 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-6 show atm ilmi-status Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

Interface

Displays the card, subcard, and port number of the specified ATM interface.

Interface Type

Displays the type of interface for the specified ATM interface.

ILMI VCC

Displays the number of the current ILMI VCC for the specified ATM interface.

ILMI Keepalive

Displays the status of ILMI keepalive packets.

ILMI State

Displays the status for the ILMI for the specified ATM interface.

Peer IP Addr

Displays the IP address of the peer.

Peer IF Name

Displays the card, subcard, and port of the peer interface.

Peer MaxVPIbits

Displays maximum number of bits allowed for VPIs on the peer interface.

Peer MaxVCIbits

Displays maximum number of bits allowed for VCIs on the peer interface.

Peer MaxVPCs

Displays the maximum number of switched and permanent VPCs supported on the peer IME ATM interface.

Peer MaxVCCs

Displays the maximum number of switched and permanent VCCs supported on the peer IME ATM interface.

Peer MaxSvpcVpi

Displays the maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the peer IME ATM interface is configured to support for allocation to SVPCs.

Peer MaxSvccVpi

Displays the maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the peer IME ATM interface is configured to support allocation to SVPCs.

Peer MinSvccVci

Displays the minimum VCI value that the signalling stack on the peer IME ATM interface is configured to support for allocation to SVCCs. The same value applies to all SVCC VPI values for which the signalling stack is configured.

Configured Prefix

Displays any prefix for the ATM interface.


Related Commands

Command
Description

atm ilmi-enable

Enables the ILMI on a port.


show atm input-xlate-table

To view ITT utilization, including blocks used and available, and ports to which blocks are allocated, use the show atm input-xlate-table EXEC command.

Catalyst 8540 MSR
show atm input-xlate-table [module-id module] [inuse]

Catalyst 8510 MSR and Lightstream 1010
show atm input-xlate-table [inuse]

Syntax Description

inuse

Shows a detailed list of in-use blocks by port/VPI.

module

Valid range is from 1 to 8.


Defaults

None.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(6)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

None

Examples

The output of the unqualified command shows detail of the free blocks by size and bank, the aggregate free space left, and the location of in-use blocks. The output of the command with the inuse keyword shows a detailed list of in-use blocks, by the port/VPI to which they are dedicated.

The output of the show atm input-xlate-table command (without the inuse keyword) is:

8540MSR# show atm input-xlate-table
Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size     Bank
 1             1         0 
 2             2         0 
 4             4         0 
 8             8         0 
 16            16        0 
 32            32        0 
 64            64        0 
 17408         64        0 
 128           128       0 
 17536         128       0 
 256           256       0 
 17664         256       0 
 512           512       0 
 17920         512       0 
 1024          1024      0 
 2048          2048      0 
 18432         2048      0 
 4096          4096      0 
 20480         4096      0 
 8192          8192      0 
 24576         8192      0 
 32769         1         1 
 32770         2         1 
 32772         4         1 
 32776         8         1 
 32784         16        1 
 32800         32        1 
 49248         32        1 
 32832         64        1 
 49152         64        1 
 49344         64        1 
 32896         128       1 
 33024         256       1 
 49408         256       1 
 33280         512       1 
 49664         512       1 
 33792         1024      1 
 50176         1024      1 
 34816         2048      1 
 51200         2048      1 
 36864         4096      1 
 53248         4096      1 
 40960         8192      1 
 57344         8192      1 
 
Input Translation Table Total Free = 64350
 
Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 0             0             1      
 16384         17407         1024   
 17472         17535         64     
 32768         32768         1      
 49216         49247         32     
 49280         49343         64


The output of the command with the inuse keyword is:

Switch# show atm input-xlate-table inuse

Interface        VPI  VP/VC Address Size
ATM0/1/0         0      VC  17472   64    
ATM0/1/0         2      VP  32768   1     
ATM0/1/2         0      VC  49216   32    
ATM0/1/2         2      VP  0       1     
ATM1/0/0         0      VC  49280   64    
ATM1/0/0         9      VC  16384   1024

The following example shows shows the show atm input-xlate-table command (without the 
inuse keyword).
8540MSR# show atm input-xlate-table
Module 1 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 64            64        
 1280          128       
 128           128       
 256           256       
 512           512       
 3072          1024      
 6144          2048      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 28736

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 0             63            64     
 1024          1279          256    
 1408          3071          1664   
 4096          6143          2048   

===============================================
Module 2 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 3 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 64            64        
 128           128       
 1408          128       
 256           256       
 512           512       
 1536          512       
 2048          1024      
 8192          8192      

Input Translation Table Total Free = 12864

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 0             63            64     
 1024          1407          384    
 3072          6143          3072   
 16384         32767         16384  

===============================================
Module 4 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768
Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 5 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 1024          128       
 1280          256       
 1536          512       
 0             1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32640

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 1152          1279          128    

===============================================
Module 6 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 1024          1024      
 0             1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 7 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     
Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 8 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================

The output of the command with the inuse keyword is:

8540MSR# show atm input-xlate-table inuse
Module Interface        VPI  VP/VC Address Size  VP-inuse
 0       *               *      VP  0       64      1     
 0      ATM0/1/0         3      VC  1536    512   
 0      ATM0/1/0         4      VC  4096    2048  
 0      ATM0/1/0         5      VC  2048    1024  
 0      ATM0/1/0         0      VC  1024    256   
 0      ATM4/0/0         0      VC  1408    128   
 2       *               *      VP  0       64      1     
 2      ATM2/0/0         2      VC  3072    1024  
 2      ATM2/0/0         3      VC  1280    64    
 2      ATM2/0/0         0      VC  1024    256   
 2      ATM2/0/2         2      VC  4096    2048  
 2      ATM2/0/2         3      VC  16384   16384 
 2      ATM2/0/2         0      VC  1344    64    
 4      ATM8/0/0         0      VC  1152    128   

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm input-xlate-table minblock vpi

Use to specify the minimum ITT-block size that the software attempts to use to allocate an ITT block.

atm input-xlate-table autominblock

Use to enable automatic determination of minimum ITT block sizes for all VPIs populated with PVCs/Soft PVC source legs.

atm input-xlate-table autoshrink

Use to free up ITT memory blocks after high-number VCIs are removed.


show atm input-xlate-table

To view ITT utilization, including blocks used and available and ports to which blocks are allocated, use the show atm input-xlate-table command.

show atm input-xlate-table [inuse] (LS1010)

show atm input-xlate-table [module-id module] [inuse] (Catalyst 8540MSR)

Syntax Description

inuse

Shows a detailed list of in-use blocks by port/VPI.

module

Valid range is from 1 to 8.


Defaults

None.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

Under normal operation, an ITT block is not resized after a member VC is removed unless it is the only member VC of the ITT block. If the only remaining VC is removed from an ITT block, the block will be freed. When atm input-xlate-table autoshrink is enabled, and a VC is removed from an ITT block, a check is made to determine if the block size could be reduced by a power of two. If the block can be resized, it is done.

Examples

The output of the unqualified command shows detail of the free blocks by size and bank, the aggregate free space left, and the location of in-use blocks. The output of the command with the inuse keyword shows a detailed list of in-use blocks by port/VPI to which they are dedicated.

The output of the unqualified command (without the inuse keyword) is:

8540MSR# show atm input-xlate-table

Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size     Bank
 1             1         0 
 2             2         0 
 4             4         0 
 8             8         0 
 16            16        0 
 32            32        0 
 64            64        0 
 17408         64        0 
 128           128       0 
 17536         128       0 
 256           256       0 
 17664         256       0 
 512           512       0 
 17920         512       0 
 1024          1024      0 
 2048          2048      0 
 18432         2048      0 
 4096          4096      0 
 20480         4096      0 
 8192          8192      0 
 24576         8192      0 
 32769         1         1 
 32770         2         1 
 32772         4         1 
 32776         8         1 
 32784         16        1 
 32800         32        1 
 49248         32        1 
 32832         64        1 
 49152         64        1 
 49344         64        1 
 32896         128       1 
 33024         256       1 
 49408         256       1 
 33280         512       1 
 49664         512       1 
 33792         1024      1 
 50176         1024      1 
 34816         2048      1 
 51200         2048      1 
 36864         4096      1 
 53248         4096      1 
 40960         8192      1 
 57344         8192      1 
 
Input Translation Table Total Free = 64350
 
Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 0             0             1      
 16384         17407         1024   
 17472         17535         64     
 32768         32768         1      
 49216         49247         32     
 49280         49343         64

The output of the command with the inuse keyword is:

Switch# show atm input-xlate-table inuse

Interface        VPI  VP/VC Address Size
ATM0/1/0         0      VC  17472   64    
ATM0/1/0         2      VP  32768   1     
ATM0/1/2         0      VC  49216   32    
ATM0/1/2         2      VP  0       1     
ATM1/0/0         0      VC  49280   64    
ATM1/0/0         9      VC  16384   1024

Examples

The following example shows shows the show atm input-xlate-table command (without the inuse keyword).
8540MSR# show atm input-xlate-table

Module 0 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 64            64        
 1280          128       
 128           128       
 256           256       
 512           512       
 3072          1024      
 6144          2048      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 28736

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 0             63            64     
 1024          1279          256    
 1408          3071          1664   
 4096          6143          2048   

===============================================
Module 1 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 2 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 64            64        
 128           128       
 1408          128       
 256           256       
 512           512       
 1536          512       
 2048          1024      
 8192          8192      

Input Translation Table Total Free = 12864

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 0             63            64     
 1024          1407          384    
 3072          6143          3072   
 16384         32767         16384  

===============================================
Module 3 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768
Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 4 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 1024          128       
 1280          256       
 1536          512       
 0             1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32640

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size
 1152          1279          128    

===============================================
 Block-start   Size  
 1024          1024      
 0             1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 6 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     
Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================
Module 7 Input Translation Table Free Blocks:
 Block-start   Size  
 0             1024      
 1024          1024      
 2048          2048      
 4096          4096      
 8192          8192      
 16384         16384     

Input Translation Table Total Free = 32768

Input Translation Table In Use (display combines contiguous blocks):
 Inuse-start   Inuse-end   Size

===============================================

The output of the command with the inuse keyword is:

8540MSR# show atm input-xlate-table inuse

Module Interface        VPI  VP/VC Address Size  VP-inuse
 0       *               *      VP  0       64      1     
 0      ATM0/1/0         3      VC  1536    512   
 0      ATM0/1/0         4      VC  4096    2048  
 0      ATM0/1/0         5      VC  2048    1024  
 0      ATM0/1/0         0      VC  1024    256   
 0      ATM4/0/0         0      VC  1408    128   
 2       *               *      VP  0       64      1     
 2      ATM2/0/0         2      VC  3072    1024  
 2      ATM2/0/0         3      VC  1280    64    
 2      ATM2/0/0         0      VC  1024    256   
 2      ATM2/0/2         2      VC  4096    2048  
 2      ATM2/0/2         3      VC  16384   16384 
 2      ATM2/0/2         0      VC  1344    64    
 4      ATM8/0/0         0      VC  1152    128   

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm input-xlate-table minblock vpi

To specify the minimum ITT-block size that the software attempts to use to allocate an ITT block, use the atm input-xlate-table minblock vpi command. To disable the minblock, use the no form of this command.

atm input-xlate-table autominblock

To enable automatic determination of minimum ITT block sizes for all VPIs populated with PVCs/Soft PVC source legs, use the atm input-xlate-table autominblock command. To disable autominblock, use the no form of this command.

atm input-xlate-table autoshrink

To free up ITT memory blocks after high-number VCIs are removed, use the atm input-xlate-table autoshrink command. To disable the autoshrink function, use the no form of this command.


show atm interface

To display ATM-specific information about an ATM interface, use the show atm interface
EXEC command.

show atm interface {atm | atm-p}[card/subcard/port[.vpt#] | [card/subcard/imagroup]]
[bitmap | status | traffic]

Syntax Description

atm

Specifies an ATM interface.

atm-p

Specifies an ATM-P interface.

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number for the ATM or ATM-P interface.

.vpt#

Specifies the virtual path tunnel number.

imagroup

Specifies the IMA interface group number (0 to 3).

bitmap

Displays the ATM interface bitmap.

status

Displays the ATM interface status.

traffic

Displays the ATM interface cell traffic.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

If you do not specify a specific interface, all interfaces on the switch are displayed.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm interface command for ATM
interface 3/0/0.

Switch# show atm interface atm 3/0/0
Interface:      ATM3/0/0        Port-type:      t1suni
IF Status:      UP              Admin Status:   up
Auto-config:    enabled         AutoCfgState:   completed
IF-Side:        Network         IF-type:        NNI
Uni-type:       not applicable  Uni-version:    not applicable
Max-VPI-bits:   8               Max-VCI-bits:   14
Max-VP:         255             Max-VC:         16383
ConfMaxSvpcVpi: 255             CurrMaxSvpcVpi: 255
ConfMaxSvccVpi: 255             CurrMaxSvccVpi: 255
ConfMinSvccVci: 35              CurrMinSvccVci: 35
Svc Upc Intent: pass            Signalling:     Enabled
ATM Address for Soft VC: 47.0091.8100.0000.0040.0b0a.2a81.4000.0c81.8000.00
Configured virtual links:
  PVCLs SoftVCLs   SVCLs   TVCLs   PVPLs SoftVPLs   SVPLs Total-Cfgd Inst-Conns
      4        0       0       0       0        0       0          4          4
Logical ports(VP-tunnels):     0
Input cells:    14587           Output cells:   14638
5 minute input rate:             0 bits/sec,       0 cells/sec
5 minute output rate:            0 bits/sec,       0 cells/sec
Input AAL5 pkts: 95092, Output AAL5 pkts: 95109, AAL5 crc errors: 0

Table 18-7 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-7 show atm interface Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

Interface

Displays the card number, subcard number, port number, and VP tunnel number of the interface.

Port-type

Displays the type of port for the specified ATM interface.

IF status

Displays the operational status of the specified ATM interface.

Admin status

Displays the administrative status of the specified ATM interface.

Auto-config

Displays whether ILMI autoconfiguration is enabled or disabled.

AutoCfgState

Displays the state of ILMI autoconfiguration for the specified ATM interface.

IF-side

Displays the interface side for the specified ATM interface.

IF-type

Displays the type of ATM interface (UNI, NNI, or IISP).

Uni-type

Displays whether a UNI interface type is public or private.

Uni-version

Displays the version of a UNI.

Max-VPI-bits

Displays the maximum number of VPI bits.

Max-VCI-bits

Displays the maximum number of VCI bits.

Max-VP

Displays the maximum number of virtual paths on the specified ATM interface.

Max-VC

Displays the maximum number of virtual channels on the specified ATM interface.

ConfMaxSvpcVpi

Displays the maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM interface is configured to support for allocation to SVPCs.

CurrMaxSvpcVpi

Displays the maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM interface currently supports for allocation to SVPCs.

ConfMaxSvccVpi

Displays the maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM interface is configured to support for allocation to SVCCs.

CurrMaxSvccVpi

Displays the maximum VPI that the signalling stack on the ATM interface currently supports for allocation to SVCCs.

ConfMinSvccVci

Displays the minimum VCI value that the signalling stack is configured to support for allocation to SVCCs.

CurrMinSvccVci

Displays the minimum VCI value that the signalling stack currently supports for allocation to SVCCs.

Svc Upc Intent

Displays the intended UPC mode to use for SVCs on the interface.

Signalling

Displays whether ILMI signalling is enabled.

PVCLs

Displays the number of active PVCs for the specified ATM interface.

PVPLs

Displays the number of active PVPs for the specified ATM interface.

SoftVCLs

Displays the number of active soft VCLs for the specified ATM interface.

SVCLs

Displays the number of active switched VCLs for the specified ATM interface.

SoftVPLs

Displays the number of active soft VPLs for the specified ATM interface.

SVPLs

Displays the number of active switched VPLs for the specified ATM interface.

Total-Cfgd

Displays the total number of configured virtual links.

Inst-Conns

Displays the number of installed connections for the specified ATM interface.

Input cells

Displays the number of cells received.

Logical ports (VP-tunnels)

Displays the number of the logical (subinterface) port.

Output cells

Displays the number of cells sent.

5 minute input rate

Displays the total number of cells received in 5 minutes, measured in bits per second and cells per second.

5 minute output rate

Displays the total number of cells sent in 5 minutes, measured in bits per second and cells per second.

Input, output, and CRC errors

Displays the number of AAL5 packets that were input, output, and had CRC errors for the specified ATM interface.


The following is sample output from the show atm interface command for the subinterface.

Switch# show atm interface atm 0/1/0.2

Interface:	ATM0/1/0.2	Port-type:	vp tunnel
IF Status:	UP	Admin Status:	up
Auto-config:	enabled	AutoConfigState:	waiting for response from peer
IF-Side	Network	Interface-type:	UNI
Uni-type:	Private	Uni-version:	V3.1
Max-VPI-bits:	0	Max-VCI-bits:	10
Max-VP:	0	Max-VC:	16383
ConfMaxSvpcVpi: 255             CurrMaxSvpcVpi: 255
ConfMaxSvccVpi: 255             CurrMaxSvccVpi: 255
ConfMinSvccVci: 33              CurrMinSvccVci: 33
Signalling:     Enabled
ATM Address for Soft VC: 47.0091.8100.0000.0041.0b0a.1581.4000.0c80.1000.02
Configured virtual links:
  PVCLs   SoftVCLs   SVCLs   Total-Cfgd   Installed-Conns
      4          0       0             4                4

Examples

The following is sample output from the show atm interface command for an IMA group.

Switch# show atm interface atm 0/0/ima1

Interface:      ATM0/0/ima1     Port-type:      imapam_t1_ima
IF Status:      UP              Admin Status:   up
Auto-config:    enabled         AutoCfgState:   completed
IF-Side:        Network         IF-type:        NNI
Uni-type:       not applicable  Uni-version:    not applicable
Max-VPI-bits:   8               Max-VCI-bits:   14
Max-VP:         255             Max-VC:         16383
ConfMaxSvpcVpi: 255             CurrMaxSvpcVpi: 255
ConfMaxSvccVpi: 255             CurrMaxSvccVpi: 255
ConfMinSvccVci: 35              CurrMinSvccVci: 35
Svc Upc Intent: pass            Signalling:     Enabled
ATM Address for Soft VC: 47.0091.8100.0000.0040.0b0a.2a81.4000.0c80.0090.00
Configured virtual links:
  PVCLs SoftVCLs   SVCLs   TVCLs   PVPLs SoftVPLs   SVPLs Total-Cfgd Inst-Conns
      3        0       0       0       0        0       0          3          3
Logical ports(VP-tunnels):     0
Input cells:    14806           Output cells:   14730
5 minute input rate:             0 bits/sec,       0 cells/sec
5 minute output rate:            0 bits/sec,       0 cells/sec
Input AAL5 pkts: 95217, Output AAL5 pkts: 95193, AAL5 crc errors: 0

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm pvp

Used to create a PVP.

show ip access-lists

Displays the contents of all current IP access lists.

show atm status

Displays current information about ATM interfaces and the number of installed connections.

show ima interface

Displays the IMA interface, IMA group, and ATM layer hardware configuration.


show atm interface resource

To display resource management interface configuration status and statistics, use the
show atm interface resource EXEC command.

show atm interface resource {atm | atm-p}{card/subcard/port | card/subcard/imagroup}]
[
accounting]

Syntax Description

atm

Specifies an ATM interface.

atm-p

Specifies an ATM-P interface.

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number for the ATM or ATM-P interface.

imagroup

Specifies an IMA group number (0 to 3).

accounting

Displays RM interface CAC statistics.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show atm interface resource command displays different information depending on the type of interface:

external physical interface

subinterface

CPU interface

Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example shows the resource management information displayed by the
show atm interface resource command for a physical interface with the switch processor feature card installed.

Switch# show atm interface resource atm 0/0/1
Resource Management configuration:
Service Classes:
Service Category map: c1 cbr, c2 vbr-rt, c3 vbr-nrt, c4 abr, c5 ubr
Scheduling: RS c1 WRR c2, WRR c3, WRR c4, WRR c5
WRR Weight: 8 c2, 1 c3, 1 c4, 1 c5
Pacing: disabled   0 Kbps rate configured, 0 Kbps rate installed
overbooking : 300%
Service Categories supported: cbr,vbr-rt,vbr-nrt,abr,ubr
Link Distance: 0 kilometers
Controlled Link sharing:
Max aggregate guaranteed services: 90% Rx,  90% TX
Max bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, 35% vbr RX, 35% vbr TX,
none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
Min bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
Best effort connection limit: disabled  0 max connections
Max traffic parameters by service (rate in Kbps, tolerance in cell-times):
Peak-cell-rate RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
Peak-cell-rate TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
Sustained-cell-rate: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
Minimum-cell-rate RX: none abr, none ubr
Minimum-cell-rate TX: none abr, none ubr
CDVT RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
CDVT TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
MBS: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
Resource Management state:
Physical Line Rate (in Kbps) : 155520
Available bit rates (in Kbps):
139967 cbr RX, 139967 cbr TX, 54431 vbr RX, 54431 vbr TX,
139967 abr RX, 139967 abr TX, 139967 ubr RX, 139967 ubr TX
Allocated bit rates:
0 cbr RX, 0 cbr TX, 0 vbr RX, 0 vbr TX,
0 abr RX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr RX, 0 ubr TX
Best effort connections: 0 pvcs,  0 svcs
Switch#

Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example shows the resource management information displayed by the
show atm interface resource command for OC-48c ports only.

Switch# show atm interface resource atm 11/0/0
Resource Management configuration:
    Service Classes:
        Service Category map: c2 cbr, c2 vbr-rt, c3 vbr-nrt, c4 abr,
        Scheduling: RS c1 WRR c2, WRR c3, WRR c4, WRR c5
        WRR Weight: 15 c2, 2 c3, 2 c4, 2 c5
    CAC Configuration to account for Framing Overhead : Disabled 
    Pacing: disabled   0 Kbps rate configured, 0 Kbps rate installed
    Service Categories supported: cbr,vbr-rt,vbr-nrt,abr,ubr
    Link Distance: 0 kilometers
    Controlled Link sharing:
        Max aggregate guaranteed services: none RX,  none TX
        Max bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
                       none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
        Min bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
                       none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
    Best effort connection limit: disabled  0 max connections
    Max traffic parameters by service (rate in Kbps, tolerance in cell-times):
        Peak-cell-rate RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        Peak-cell-rate TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        Sustained-cell-rate: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
        Minimum-cell-rate RX: none abr, none ubr
        Minimum-cell-rate TX: none abr, none ubr
        CDVT RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        CDVT TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        MBS: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
Resource Management state:
Scheduler 1: 
        Available bit rates (in Kbps):
          590975 cbr TX, 590975 vbr TX, 590975 abr TX, 590975 ubr TX
        Allocated bit rates (in Kbps):
          0 cbr TX, 0 vbr TX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr TX
Scheduler 2: 
        Available bit rates (in Kbps):
          590975 cbr TX, 590975 vbr TX, 590975 abr TX, 590975 ubr TX
        Allocated bit rates (in Kbps):
          0 cbr TX, 0 vbr TX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr TX
Scheduler 3: 
        Available bit rates (in Kbps):
          590975 cbr TX, 590975 vbr TX, 590975 abr TX, 590975 ubr TX
        Allocated bit rates (in Kbps):
          0 cbr TX, 0 vbr TX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr TX
Scheduler 4: 
        Available bit rates (in Kbps):
          590975 cbr TX, 590975 vbr TX, 590975 abr TX, 590975 ubr TX
        Allocated bit rates (in Kbps):
          0 cbr TX, 0 vbr TX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr TX
Available bit rates (in Kbps):
        2363903 cbr RX, 2363903 cbr TX, 2363903 vbr RX, 2363903 vbr TX, 
        2363903 abr RX, 2363903 abr TX, 2363903 ubr RX, 2363903 ubr TX
    Allocated bit rates:
        0 cbr RX, 0 cbr TX, 0 vbr RX, 0 vbr TX, 
        0 abr RX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr RX, 0 ubr TX
    Best effort connections: 0 pvcs,  0 svcs

Examples

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example shows the resource management information displayed by the
show atm interface resource command for a physical interface with an FC-PCQ installed.

Switch# show atm interface resource atm 1/1/0
Resource Management configuration:
    Service Classes:
        Service Category map: c2 cbr, c2 vbr-rt, c3 vbr-nrt, c4 abr, c5 ubr
        Scheduling: RS c1 WRR c2, WRR c3, WRR c4, WRR c5
        WRR Weight: 15 c2, 2 c3, 2 c4, 2 c5
    CAC Configuration to account for Framing Overhead : Disabled
    Pacing: disabled   0 Kbps rate configured, 0 Kbps rate installed
    Service Categories supported: cbr,vbr-rt,vbr-nrt,abr,ubr
    Link Distance: 0 kilometers
    Controlled Link sharing:
        Max aggregate guaranteed services: none RX,  none TX
        Max bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
                       none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
        Min bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
                       none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
    Best effort connection limit: disabled  0 max connections
    Max traffic parameters by service (rate in Kbps, tolerance in cell-times):
        Peak-cell-rate RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        Peak-cell-rate TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        Sustained-cell-rate: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
        Minimum-cell-rate RX: none abr, none ubr
        Minimum-cell-rate TX: none abr, none ubr
        CDVT RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        CDVT TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        MBS: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
Resource Management state:
    Available bit rates (in Kbps):
        147743 cbr RX, 147743 cbr TX, 147743 vbr RX, 147743 vbr TX,
        147743 abr RX, 147743 abr TX, 147743 ubr RX, 147743 ubr TX
    Allocated bit rates:
        0 cbr RX, 0 cbr TX, 0 vbr RX, 0 vbr TX,
        0 abr RX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr RX, 0 ubr TX
    Best effort connections: 1 pvcs,  0 svcs                                   

Examples

The following example shows the resource management information displayed by the
show atm interface resource command with the accounting parameter.

Switch# show atm interface resource atm 3/1/0 accounting
RCAC result statistics (by request service category):
    cbr:
        0 satisfied, 0 no bandwidth, 0 delay
        0 loss, 0 delay variation, 0 traffic parameter 
	vbr-rt:
        3 satisfied, 0 unsupported combination, 0 no bandwidth
        0 delay, 0 loss, 0 delay variation
        0 traffic parameter
    vbr-nrt:
        0 satisfied, 0 unsupported combination, 0 no bandwidth
        0 loss, 0 traffic parameter
    abr:
        0 satisfied, 0 traffic parameter, 0 best effort limit
    ubr:
        0 satisfied, 0 traffic parameter, 0 best effort limit

The following example shows the resource management information displayed by the
show atm interface resource command for an IMA interface.

Switch# show atm interface resource atm 0/0/ima1
Resource Management configuration:
    Service Classes:
        Service Category map: c2 cbr, c2 vbr-rt, c3 vbr-nrt, c4 abr, c5 ubr
        Scheduling: RS c1 WRR c2, WRR c3, WRR c4, WRR c5
        WRR Weight: 15 c2, 2 c3, 2 c4, 2 c5
    CAC Configuration to account for Framing Overhead : Disabled
    Pacing: disabled   0 Kbps rate configured, 0 Kbps rate installed
    Service Categories supported: cbr,vbr-rt,vbr-nrt,abr,ubr
    Link Distance: 0 kilometers
    Controlled Link sharing:
        Max aggregate guaranteed services: none RX,  none TX
        Max bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
                       none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
        Min bandwidth: none cbr RX, none cbr TX, none vbr RX, none vbr TX,
                       none abr RX, none abr TX, none ubr RX, none ubr TX
    Best effort connection limit: disabled  0 max connections
    Max traffic parameters by service (rate in Kbps, tolerance in cell-times):
        Peak-cell-rate RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        Peak-cell-rate TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        Sustained-cell-rate: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
        Minimum-cell-rate RX: none abr, none ubr
        Minimum-cell-rate TX: none abr, none ubr
        CDVT RX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        CDVT TX: none cbr, none vbr, none abr, none ubr
        MBS: none vbr RX, none vbr TX
Resource Management state:
    Available bit rates (in Kbps):
        4340 cbr RX, 4340 cbr TX, 4340 vbr RX, 4340 vbr TX,
        4340 abr RX, 4340 abr TX, 4340 ubr RX, 4340 ubr TX
    Available bit rates for SVCs (in Kbps):
        4340 cbr RX, 4340 cbr TX, 4340 vbr RX, 4340 vbr TX,
        4340 abr RX, 4340 abr TX, 4340 ubr RX, 4340 ubr TX
    Allocated bit rates:
        0 cbr RX, 0 cbr TX, 0 vbr RX, 0 vbr TX,
        0 abr RX, 0 abr TX, 0 ubr RX, 0 ubr TX
    Best effort connections: 0 pvcs,  0 svcs

Table 18-8 describes the field values shown in the previous displays.

Table 18-8 show atm interface resource Management Field Values

Field
Values

Service category map

The service category-to-variable map.

Scheduling

Type of scheduling used by each service category.

WRR Weight

The weighted round-robin weight used by each service category configured for weighted round-robin scheduling.

Pacing

The status of pacing (enabled or disabled) and the rate in kbps.

Link distance

The link distance in kilometers.

Max aggregate guaranteed services

The maximum aggregate guaranteed services bandwidth allocatable to connections, expressed in percent of the bandwidth on the interface in a particular direction.

Max bandwidth

The maximum bandwidth allocatable to connections of a particular service type, expressed in percent of the bandwidth on the interface in a particular direction.

Min bandwidth

The minimum bandwidth allocatable to connections of a particular service type, expressed in percent of the bandwidth on the interface in a particular direction.

Best effort connection limit

The maximum number of best effort connections.

Peak-cell-rate RX

The peak receive cell rate by service category.

Peak-cell-rate TX

The peak transmit cell rate by service category.

Sustained-cell-rate

The sustained cell rate by service category.

Tolerance RX

The receive tolerance (cell delay variation or maximum burst size) by service category.

Tolerance TX

The transmit tolerance (cell delay variation or maximum burst size) by service category.

Available bit rates (in kbps)

The transmit and receive bit rates available by service category in kbps.

Allocated bit rates

The transmit and receive bit rates allocated by service category in kbps.

Best effort connections

The number of PVC and SVC best-effort connections.


Related Commands

Command
Description

atm cac best-effort-limit

Changes or sets the interface limit on the number of best-effort connections.

atm cac framing overhead

Instructs CAC to consider framing overhead.

atm cac link-sharing

Changes the resource management interface controlled link-sharing parameters.

atm cac max-cdvt

Configures the maximum CDVT (per service category and direction) allowed for a connection on an interface by CAC.

atm cac max-mbs

Changes the interface maximum for incoming and outgoing MBS at connection startup.

atm cac max-min-cell-rate

Configures the maximum MCR for ABR and UBR service category traffic flowing into and out of the switch.

atm cac max-peak-cell-rate

Configures the maximum PCR for specific service categories and traffic directions.

atm cac max-sustained-cell-rate

Configures the maximum SCR for traffic flow in either direction.

atm cac overbooking

Configures overbooking on an ATM or IMA interface.

atm cac service-category

Permits or denies a service category on an ATM physical interface, shaped VP tunnel subinterface, or hierarchical VP tunnel subinterface.

atm link-distance

Alters the propagation delay component of the cell-transfer delay offered by an interface.

atm output-queue (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

Changes the maximum queue size of the output queue.

atm output-threshold (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

Changes the output queue thresholds.

atm pacing

Enables or changes the artificial limitation on interface output rate.


show atm map

To display the list of all configured ATM static maps to remote hosts on an ATM network,
use the show atm map EXEC command.

show atm map

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm map command.

Switch# show atm map
Map list ab: PERMANENT
ip 1.1.1.1 maps to VC 200

The following example is sample output from the show atm map command for a multipoint connection.

Switch# show atm map
Map list atm_pri: PERMANENT
ip 4.4.4.4 maps to NSAP CD.CDEF.01.234567.890A.BCDE.F012.3456.7890.1234.12, broadcast, 
aal5mux, multipoint connection up, VC 6
ip 4.4.4.6 maps to NSAP DE.CDEF.01.234567.890A.BCDE.F012.3456.7890.1234.12, broadcast, 
aal5mux, connection up, VC 15, multipoint connection up, VC 6

Map list atm_ipx: PERMANENT
ipx 1004.dddd.dddd.dddd maps to NSAP DE.CDEF.01.234567.890A.BCDE.F012.3456.7890.1234.12, 
broadcast, aal5mux, multipoint connection up, VC 8
ipx 1004.cccc.cccc.cccc maps to NSAP CD.CDEF.01.234567.890A.BCDE.F012.3456.7890.1234.12, 
broadcast, aal5mux, multipoint connection up, VC 8

Map list atm_apple: PERMANENT
appletalk 62000.5 maps to NSAP CD.CDEF.01.234567.890A.BCDE.F012.3456.7890.1234.12, 
broadcast, aal5mux, multipoint connection up, VC 4
appletalk 62000.6 maps to NSAP DE.CDEF.01.234567.890A.BCDE.F012.3456.7890.1234.12, 
broadcast, aal5mux, multipoint connection up, VC 4

Table 18-9 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-9 show atm map Field Description  

Field
Description

Map list

Name of map list.

PERMANENT

This map entry was entered from configuration; it was not entered automatically by a process.

protocol address maps to VC x
or
protocol address maps to NSAP...

Name of protocol, the protocol address, and the VCD or NSAP the address is mapped.

broadcast

Indicates pseudo-broadcasting.

aal5mux

Indicates the encapsulation used, a multipoint or point-to-point virtual connection, and the number of the virtual connection.

multipoint connection up

Indicates that this is a multipoint virtual connection.

VC 6

Number of the virtual connection.

Connection up

Indicates a point-to-point virtual connection.


Related Commands

Command
Description

atm pvc

Used to create a PVC.

map-list

Defines an ATM map statement for either a PVC or SVC.


show atm pnni aesa embedded-number

To show the E.164 AESAs with the E.164 AFI to the left-justified encoding format, use the
show atm pnni aesa embedded-number privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni aesa embedded-number

show atm pnni aesa embedded-number prefix

Syntax Description

prefix

E.164 AFI portion of the E.164 AESA.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays E.164 AESAs with the E.164 AFI to the left-justified encoding format.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni aesa embedded-number command, without the prefix specified.

Switch# show atm pnni aesa embedded-number 
AESA embedded-number is left-justified.

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni aesa embedded-number command, with the prefix specified.

Switch# show atm pnni aesa embedded-number 45001234
AESA embedded-number is left-justified.
Translating 45.0012.34/32 to 
            45.1234/24

Related Commands

Command
Description

debug atm pnni

Enables PNNI debugging output.


show atm pnni aggregation link

To show the aggregated PNNI links on the switch, use the show atm pnni aggregation link privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni aggregation link [local-node node-index] [aggregation-detail | border-detail]

Syntax Description

local-node

Specifies the PNNI local node, where higher-level induced links are generated.

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node, in the range of 1 to 8.

aggregation-detail

Displays the aggregation table with aggregated metrics for the higher-level induced links.

border-detail

Displays the aggregation table with all border uplink metrics.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the aggregation table(s) for PNNI links.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni aggregation link command.

Switch# show atm pnni aggregation link
PNNI link aggregation for local-node 2 (level=44, name=rhino18.2.44)
  Configured aggregation modes (per service class):
     CBR         VBR-RT       VBR-NRT       ABR           UBR
  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~
  best-link    best-link    best-link    best-link    best-link    
  Aggregated outside links from child peer group:
  Upnode Number: 10   Upnode Name: rhino27.2.44
   AggToken  InducPort BorderPort    Border Node(No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  0          02202000  ATM0/1/2      1 rhino18
  Upnode Number: 11   Upnode Name: Switch.3.32
   AggToken  InducPort BorderPort    Border Node(No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  0          02CF2000  ATM0/0/2      1 rhino18
  5          02CF2005  ATM0/0/2.4    9 ls1010-1
  8197       02CF22A1  ATM0/0/1      9 ls1010-1
PNNI link aggregation for local-node 3 (level=32, name=rhino18.3.32)
  Configured aggregation modes (per service class):
     CBR         VBR-RT       VBR-NRT       ABR           UBR
  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~
  best-link    best-link    best-link    best-link    best-link    
  Aggregated outside links from child peer group:
  Upnode Number: 11   Upnode Name: Switch.3.32
   AggToken  InducPort BorderPort    Border Node(No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  0          03CF2000  2CF2000       2 rhino18.2.44
  5          03CF2005  2CF2005       2 rhino18.2.44
  8197       03CF22A1  2CF22A1       2 rhino18.2.44

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm pnni aggregation-token

Specifies the aggregation token for a PNNI interface.


show atm pnni aggregation node

To show the PNNI nodal aggregation tables for a complex node, use the
show atm pnni aggregation node privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni aggregation node [local-node node-index] [border-detail |
exception-detail |port hex-port-id [port2 hex-port-id]]

Syntax Description

local-node

Specifies the complex PNNI local node.

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node, in the range of 2 to 8.

border-detail

Displays the border path table with path metrics between all pairs of border nodes in the child peer group.

exception-detail

Displays the complex node radius, spokes, and exception bypasses.

port hex-port id

Displays the calculated metrics for all spokes and bypasses connected to the specified port. The metrics also display for nonexception spokes or bypasses.

port2 hex-port id

Specifies the second port of a port pair and displays the metrics for a single spoke or bypass.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the aggregation table(s) for a complex PNNI local node.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni aggregation node command.

Switch# show atm pnni aggregation node
PNNI nodal aggregation for local-node 2 (level=56, child PG level=60)
  Complex node representation, exception threshold: 60%
 
  Configured nodal aggregation modes (per service class):
    CBR          VBR-RT       VBR-NRT      ABR          UBR      
  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~
  best-link    best-link    best-link    best-link    aggressive 
 
Summary Complex Node Port List:
  Port ID  Rem Inn Agg-Token  Border Cnt In-Spoke  Out-Spoke Agg-Accur 
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~
  21FB000  12      0          1          default   default   ok        
  2371000  13      0          1          default   default   ok        
 
Summary Complex Node Bypass Pairs  List (exception bypass pairs only)
  /~~~~~~~~ LOWER PORT ID ~~~~~~~~\ /~~~~~~~~ HIGHER PORT ID ~~~~~~~\ 
  Port ID  Rem Inn Agg-Token  Inacc Port ID  Rem Inn Agg-Token  Inacc Exceptns
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~
  21FB000  12      0          no    2371000  13      0          no    fwd rev

Table 18-10 describes field descriptions for the show atm pnni aggregation node command.

Table 18-10 show atm pnni aggregation node Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Port ID = 0

Represents the nucleus.

Agg-Accur

Displays the aggregation accuracy of the aggregated links.

Inacc

Indicates the state of the aggregation accuracy, either yes or no. If the aggregated links are on different border nodes that are distant from one another, it might not be possible to accurately represent their spoke and bypass metrics with a single set of metrics. In this case, they are shown as inaccurate.


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni aggregation node exception-detail command.

Switch# show atm pnni aggregation node exception-detail 
PNNI nodal aggregation for local-node 2 (level=56, child PG level=60)
  Complex node representation, exception threshold: 60%
 
  Metrics for Complex Node Default Radius (input 0x0, output 0x0):
   vp capable
            maxcr    avcr     ctd    cdv   clr0  clr01  aw      crm    vf
   CBR      155519   147743   128    115   10    10     4200    n/a    n/a  
   VBR-RT   155519   155519   589    576   8     8      4200    ---    ---  
   VBR-NRT  155519   155519   n/a    n/a   8     8      4200    ---    ---  
   ABR      155519   0        n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    4200    n/a    n/a  
   UBR      155519   n/a      n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    3360    n/a    n/a  
 
Detailed Complex Node Bypass Pairs List (exception bypass pairs only)
 
  /~~~~~~~~ LOWER PORT ID ~~~~~~~~\ /~~~~~~~~ HIGHER PORT ID ~~~~~~~\ 
  Port ID  Rem Inn Agg-Token  Inacc Port ID  Rem Inn Agg-Token  Inacc Exceptns
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~
  21FB000  12      0          no    2371000  13      0          no    fwd rev
 
  Remote nodes for this port pair:
  21FB000  2371000   Remote Node (No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  remote             12 pnni-09.2.56
           remote    13 pnni-11
 
  Border nodes for this port pair:
  21FB000  2371000   Border Node (No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  border             1 pnni-14
           border    9 pnni-12
 
  Metrics for Complex Node Bypass (input 0x21FB000, output 0x2371000):
   vp capable
            maxcr    avcr     ctd    cdv   clr0  clr01  aw      crm    vf
   CBR      155519   147743   154    138   10    10     5040    n/a    n/a  
   VBR-RT   155519   155519   707    691   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   VBR-NRT  155519   155519   n/a    n/a   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   ABR      155519   0        n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a  
   UBR      155519   n/a      n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a  
 
  Metrics for Complex Node Bypass (input 0x2371000, output 0x21FB000):
   vp capable
            maxcr    avcr     ctd    cdv   clr0  clr01  aw      crm    vf
   CBR      155519   147743   154    138   10    10     5040    n/a    n/a  
   VBR-RT   155519   155519   707    691   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   VBR-NRT  155519   155519   n/a    n/a   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   ABR      155519   0        n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a  
   UBR      155519   n/a      n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a 

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni aggregation node border-detail command.

Switch# show atm pnni aggregation node border-detail
Nodal aggregation is complex for local-node 2 (level=56, name=pnni-14.2.56),
No of border nodes 2, 
 Table version 13 active for 07:05:31 [hh:mm:ss]
 
  Configured nodal aggregation modes (per service class):
      CBR          VBR-RT       VBR-NRT      ABR          UBR    
  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~
  best-link    best-link    best-link    best-link    aggressive 
 
   Inter Border-Node Metric Table
   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
From border 1  ---> border 9   [pnni-14-->pnni-12]
   vp capable, (vp_cap_flags=0x1F)
            maxcr    avcr     ctd    cdv   clr0  clr01  aw      crm    vf
   CBR      155519   147743   154    138   10    10     5040    n/a    n/a  
   VBR-RT   155519   155519   707    691   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   VBR-NRT  155519   155519   n/a    n/a   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   ABR      155519   0        n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a  
   UBR      155519   n/a      n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a  
 
From border 9  ---> border 1   [pnni-12-->pnni-14]
   vp capable, (vp_cap_flags=0x1F)
            maxcr    avcr     ctd    cdv   clr0  clr01  aw      crm    vf
   CBR      155519   147743   154    138   10    10     5040    n/a    n/a  
   VBR-RT   155519   155519   707    691   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   VBR-NRT  155519   155519   n/a    n/a   8     8      5040    ---    ---  
   ABR      155519   0        n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a  
   UBR      155519   n/a      n/a    n/a   n/a   n/a    5040    n/a    n/a 

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm pnni aggregation-token

Specifies the aggregation token for a PNNI interface.

nodal-representation

Specifies the type of PNNI LGN representation.


show atm pnni background routes

To show the precalculated background route table to other PNNI nodes, use the show atm pnni background routes EXEC command.

show atm pnni background routes [internal-node-num] [abr | cbr | vbr_rt | vbr_nrt | ubr]
[
admin-weight | cdv | ctd]

Syntax Description

internal-node-num

Shows the background route tables for the node specified by this internal node number.

abr

Shows the background route tables for the available bit rate service category.

cbr

Shows the background route tables for the constant bit rate service category.

vbr_rt

Shows the background route tables for the real-time variable bit rate service category.

vbr_nrt

Shows the background route tables for the non-real-time variable bit rate service category.

ubr

Shows the background route tables for the unspecified bit rate service category.

admin-weight

Shows the background route tables based on administrative weight as the primary metric.

cdv

Shows the background route tables based on cell delay variation as the primary metric.

ctd

Shows the background route tables based on cell transfer delay as the primary metric.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command. Originally bg routesSwitch(config-if)#

11.2(5)

Modified: changed to show atm pnni background routes.


Usage Guidelines

Use this command to display routes from the background route tables to all known nodes in the
PNNI network.

This command filters based on service category or metric information.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni background routes command.

Switch# show atm pnni background routes cbr admin-weight
Background Routes From CBR/AW Table
--------------------------------------
1 Routes To Node 2
    1. Hops 2. 1:ATM1/1/0 -> 3:ATM0/1/1 -> 2
        ->: aw 10080  cdv 276  ctd 308  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
        <-: aw 10080  cdv 276  ctd 308  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0

1 Routes To Node 3
    1. Hops 1. 1:ATM1/1/0 -> 3
        ->: aw 5040  cdv 138  ctd 154  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
        <-: aw 5040  cdv 138  ctd 154  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0

1 Routes To Node 4
    1. Hops 2. 1:ATM1/1/0 -> 3:ATM0/0/2 -> 4
        ->: aw 10080  cdv 276  ctd 308  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
        <-: aw 10080  cdv 276  ctd 308  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0

3 Routes To Node 5
    1. Hops 3. 1:ATM1/1/0 -> 3:ATM0/0/2 -> 4:ATM1/0/0 -> 5
        ->: aw 15120  cdv 414  ctd 462  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
        <-: aw 15120  cdv 414  ctd 462  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
    2. Hops 3. 1:ATM1/1/0 -> 3:ATM0/0/2 -> 4:ATM0/1/0 -> 5
        ->: aw 15120  cdv 414  ctd 462  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
        <-: aw 15120  cdv 414  ctd 462  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
    3. Hops 3. 1:ATM1/1/0 -> 3:ATM0/0/2 -> 4:ATM1/0/3 -> 5
        ->: aw 15120  cdv 414  ctd 462  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0
        <-: aw 15120  cdv 414  ctd 462  acr 147743  clr0 10  clr01 0

Related Commands

Command
Description

background-routes-enable

Enables background route computation and specifies how often the switch polls for a significant change that activates a new computation of the background routes.


show atm pnni background status

To show the status of background route computation activity, use the show atm pnni background status privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni background status

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command. Originally bg status.

11.2(5)

Modified: changed to show atm pnni background status.


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the status of the background SPF activity.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni background status command.

Switch# show atm pnni background status
Background Route Computation is Enabled
Background Interval is set at 10 seconds
Background Insignificant Threshold is set at 32

Related Commands

Command
Description

background-routes-enable

Enables background route computation and specifies how often the switch polls for a significant change that activates a new computation of the background routes.


show atm pnni database

To display the contents of the PNNI topology database, use the show atm pnni database EXEC command.

show atm pnni database [internal-node-number [ptse-id] | local-node node-index] [detail]

Syntax Description

internal-node-number

Displays information about a specified node (1 to 255).

ptse-id

Displays information about a specified PTSE (1 to 4294967295) on a node.

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8.

detail

Displays more detailed information and is used as the last keyword of the command.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification
   
   

Usage Guidelines

The topology database is the collection of PTSEs that the PNNI node gathered from the network.

To display the mapping of internal-node-number to PNNI node identifier and node name, use the
show atm pnni identifiers command.

Use this command without the detail keyword to display identifying information about each PTSE.

Use the detail keyword to display information about the contents of the PTSEs, including nodal information, internal reachable addresses, exterior reachable addresses, and horizontal links.

Nodal information includes the node's ATM address, leadership priority, and which node the current node accepts as a peer group leader.

Internal reachable addresses are attached to the PNNI routing domain.

Exterior reachable addresses can be accessed outside the scope of the PNNI routing domain, for example, through static routes configured on IISP interfaces.

Horizontal links are between PNNI nodes that belong to the same peer group.

For information on specific PTSE types and their use, refer to the ATM Forum PNNI 1.0 specification, af-pnni-0055.000.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni database command.

Switch# show atm pnni database
Node 1 ID 56:160:47.00918100000000603E7B3201.00603E7B3201.00 (name: Switch20)

  PTSE ID  Length  Type  Seq no.   Checksum  Lifetime   Description
  1        92      97    228       3191      2232       Nodal info
  2        52      224   29123     31376     3307       Int. Reachable Address
  3        52      256   181       51057     1845       Ext. Reachable Address
  4        188     288   61        29561     3068       Horizontal Link

Node 2 ID 56:160:47.0091810000000003DDE74601.0003DDE74601.00 (name: Switch22)

  PTSE ID  Length  Type  Seq no.   Checksum  Lifetime   Description
  1        92      97    889       4149      2563       Nodal info
  2        52      224   98986     37349     2504       Int. Reachable Address
  3        72      256   918       49460     3043       Ext. Reachable Address
  4        156     288   63        45295     2668       Horizontal Link

The following example is sample output using the detail option with this command.

Switch# show atm pnni database 1 detail
Node 1 ID 56:160:47.00918100000000603E7B3201.00603E7B3201.00 (name: Switch20)

  PTSE ID  Length  Type  Seq no.   Checksum  Lifetime   Description
  1        92      97    229       3190      1854       Nodal info
    Time to refresh 269, time to originate 0

    Type 97 (Nodal info), Length 48
    ATM address 47.00918100000000603E7B3201.00603E7B3201.00
    priority 0, leader bit NOT SET
    preferred PGL 0:0:00.000000000000000000000000.000000000000.00

  2        52      224   29124     31375     2387       Int. Reachable Address
    Time to refresh 1023, time to originate 0

    Type 224 (Int. Reachable Address), Length 32, Port 0, vp capable
    Scope (level) 0, Address info length (ail) 16, Address info count 1
    Pfx: 47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201..., length 104

  3        52      256   183       51055     2744       Ext. Reachable Address
    Time to refresh 1135, time to originate 0

    Type 256 (Ext. Reachable Address), Length 32, Port 0, vp capable
    Scope (level) 0, Address info length (ail) 16, Address info count 1
    Pfx: 47.0091.8100.0000.0003.dde7.4601..., length 104

  4        188     288   62        29560     2297       Horizontal Link
    Time to refresh 835, time to originate 0

    Type 288 (Horizontal Link), Length 168, vp capable
    Remote Node: 56:160:47.0091810000000003DDE74601.0003DDE74601.00
    Local port 80002000, Remote port 81802000, Aggregation token 0
    Metric:
      Type 128, length 32, Traffic class: 0x8800 ( CBR UBR )
        MCR 155519, ACR 147743, CTD 154, CDV 138, CLR0 10, CLR01 10, AW 5040
      Type 128, length 32, Traffic class: 0x4000 ( VBR-RT )
        MCR 155519, ACR 155519, CTD 707, CDV 691, CLR0 8, CLR01 8, AW 5040
      Type 128, length 32, Traffic class: 0x2000 ( VBR-NRT )
        MCR 155519, ACR 155519, CTD n/a, CDV n/a, CLR0 8, CLR01 8, AW 5040
      Type 128, length 32, Traffic class: 0x1000 ( ABR )
        MCR 155519, ACR 0, CTD n/a, CDV n/a, CLR0 n/a, CLR01 n/a, AW 5040

show atm pnni election

To display information relevant to the PNNI peer group leader election process, use the
show atm pnni election EXEC command.

show atm pnni election [local-node node-index] [peers]

Syntax Description

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8.

peers

Displays the leadership priority and preferred PGL as advertised by all peers in the peer group.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification
   
   

Usage Guidelines

Using the show atm pnni election EXEC command without the peer keyword only displays the local information that pertains to the node's PGL election.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni election command.

Switch# show atm pnni election
PGL Status.............: Not PGL
Preferred PGL..........: Switch20
Preferred PGL Priority.: 64
Active PGL.............: Switch20 
Active PGL Priority....: 64
Current FSM State......: PGLE Operating: Not PGL
Last FSM State.........: PGLE Calculating
Last FSM Event.........: Preferred PGL Is Not Self
 
Configured Priority....: 0
Advertised Priority....: 0
Conf. Parent Node Index: NONE
 
Hello Startup Factor...: 5
PGL Init Interval......: 15 secs
Search Peer Interval...: 75 secs
Re-election Interval...: 15 secs
Override Delay.........: 30 secs

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni election peers command.

Switch# show atm pnni election peers
Node     Leadership   Preferred
  Number   Priority     PGL
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  1        0            Switch20
  2        64           Switch20
  3        0            Switch20
  4        0            Switch20
  5        0            Switch20
  6        0            Switch20
  7        0            Switch20
  8        0            Switch20
  9        0            Switch20

show atm pnni explicit-paths

To display a summary of explicit paths that have been configured, use the
show atm pnni explicit-paths command.

show atm pnni explicit-path [name path-name | identifier path-id} [upto index]
[detail]

Syntax Description

name path-name

Specifies the path name for which explicit path information is to be displayed.

identifier path-id

Specifies the path ID for which explicit path information is to be displayed.

upto index

Specifies the path entry index up to which the routable status is calculated.

detail

Displays full path information with any known errors and warnings for each entry.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification
   
   

Usage Guidelines

To limit the display to a specific path, use the name option. The path information includes the "routable" status, which is based on an actual UBR explicit path calculation to the last included
node entry.

Use the upto option for troubleshooting explicit paths that are shown as not routable. The routable status is only calculated up to the specified path entry index, which allows you to isolate the first failing path entry.

Use the detail option to list the full paths, along with any known errors or warnings associated with each entry.

Examples

The following example shows how to display a summary of explicit paths.

Switch# show atm pnni explicit-paths
Summary of configured Explicit Paths:
 PathId Status       UpTo  Routable AdminWt Explicit Path Name
 ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 1      enabled      3     yes      10040   dallas_4.path1
 2      enabled      6     yes      15120   chicago_2.path1
 3      enabled      2     yes      10080   chicago_2.path2
 4      enabled      2     yes      20595   new_york.path1

Examples

The following example shows how to display the detailed configuration, including any known warnings and error messages, for a non-routable explicit path named new_york.path2.

Switch# show atm pnni explicit-paths name new_york.path2 detail
 PathId Status       UpTo  Routable AdminWt Explicit Path Name
 ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 1      enabled      4     no       0       new_york.path2
  PNNI routing err_code for UBR call = 6 (PNNI_DEST_UNREACHABLE)
 
  Entry Type      Node [Port] specifier
  ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  1     next-node dallas_2
  2     next-node dallas_4 port 80000004
                  Warning:Entry index 2 specifies a non-routable port
  3     next-node wash_dc_1
                  Warning:Entry index 3 has no connectivity from prior node
  4     segment   new_york.2.40

Related Commands

Command
Description

show atm pnni explicit-paths

Displays a summary of explicit paths that have been configured.


show atm pnni hierarchy

To show the PNNI hierarchy, use the show atm pnni hierarchy privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni hierarchy [network [detail] | local-configured]

Syntax Description

network

Shows the PGLs and higher-level PNNI ancestor LGNs that are active throughout the PNNI routing domain, as visible from this node.

detail

Shows more detailed network hierarchy information.

local-configured

Shows only the locally configured nodes and parent nodes on this system.


Defaults

local-configured

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the configured PNNI hierarchy and its status.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni hierarchy command.

Switch# show atm pnni hierarchy
Locally configured parent nodes:
  Node          Parent
  Index  Level  Index   Local-node Status     Node Name
  ~~~~~  ~~~~~  ~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  1      60     2       Enabled/ Running      xxxxxx-1
  2      44     3       Enabled/ Not Running  xxxxxx-1.2.44
  3      28     N/A     Enabled/ Not Running  xxxxxx-1.3.28

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni hierarchy network command.

Switch# show atm pnni hierarchy network
Summary of active parent LGNs in the routing domain:
  Node  Level  Parent  Node Name
  ~~~~  ~~~~~  ~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  1     60     10      xxxxxx-1
  10    44     12      xxxxx18.2.44
  12    32     0       xxxxx27.3.32

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni hierarchy network detail command.

Switch# show atm pnni hierarchy network detail
Detailed hierarchy network display:
  Number Of Network LGN Ancestors: 2

  Lowest Level (60) information:
  Node No.....: 1    Node Name: xxxxxx-1
  Node's ID...:   60:160:47.0091810000000060705BD9A5.0060705BD900.00
  Node's Addr.:          47.0091810000000060705BD9A5.0060705BD900.01
  Node's PG ID:       60:47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0000.0000
  PGL No......: 9    PGL Name: xxxxx18
  PGL ID......:   60:160:47.00918100000000613E7B2F01.00613E7B2F99.00

  Level 44 ancestor information:
  Parent LGN..: 10   LGN Name: xxxxx18.2.44
  LGN's ID....:    44:60:47.009181000000000000000000.00613E7B2F99.00
  LGN's Addr..:          47.00918100000000613E7B2F01.00613E7B2F99.02
  LGN's PG ID.:       44:47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0000.0000
  LGN PGL No..: 11   LGN PGL Name: xxxxx27.2.44
  LGN's PGL ID:    44:68:47.009181000000004000000000.00400B0A3081.00

  Level 32 ancestor information:
  Parent LGN..: 12   LGN Name: xxxxx27.3.32
  LGN's ID....:    32:44:47.009181000000000000000000.00400B0A3081.00
  LGN's Addr..:          47.00918100000000400B0A3081.00400B0A3081.03
  LGN's PG ID.:       32:47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0000.0000
  LGN PGL No..:      Unelected or unknown
  LGN's PGL ID:      0:0:00.000000000000000000000000.000000000000.00

Related Commands

Command
Description

next-node

Specifies the next adjacent entry in a fully-specified ATM PNNI explicit path.

parent

Specifies the PNNI local node index of the parent node.


show atm pnni identifiers

To display the mapping from the local internal node numbers to the global PNNI node identifiers and node names, use the show atm pnni identifiers privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni identifiers [internal-node-number | local-node node-index]

Syntax Description

internal-node-number

Displays the mapping from the specified internal node number to its PNNI node identifier.

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification
   
   

Usage Guidelines

Because PNNI node identifiers are long, the PNNI implementation has mapped them into internal node numbers. The internal node numbers are used to display the topology in a compact fashion.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni identifiers command.

Switch# show atm pnni identifiers
Node  Node Id                                             Name
  1     56:160:47.00918100000000603E7B3201.00603E7B3201.00  Switch20
  2     56:160:47.0091810000000003DDE74601.0003DDE74601.00  Switch22

show atm pnni interface

To display specific information about an interface or to list the interfaces running on a PNNI node, use the show atm pnni interface EXEC command.

show atm pnni interface [local-node node-index | hex-port-id | atm card/subcard/port]
[
detail]

Syntax Description

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8.

hex-port-id

Identifier in hexadecimal notation of the port to show.

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number of the PNNI interface.

detail

Displays detailed information and is used as the last keyword of the command.


Command Modes

EXEC
Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

Use the show atm pnni interface command to display information about the status of the PNNI interfaces and the Hello protocol run over the PNNI interfaces.

For a description of the Hello states and timers, refer to the ATM Forum PNNI 1.0 specification, af-pnni-0055.000.

Examples

The following example is sample output using the detail option of the show atm pnni interface command.

Switch# show atm pnni interface atm 0/0/2 detail

Port ATM0/0/2 RCC is up  , Hello state common_out with node SanFran.BldA.T4 
Next hello occurs in 1 seconds, Dead timer fires in 63 seconds
  CBR    : AW 5040 MCR 155519 ACR 147743 CTD 154 CDV 138 CLR0 10 CLR01 10 
  VBR-RT : AW 5040 MCR 155519 ACR 155519 CTD 707 CDV 691 CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  VBR-NRT: AW 5040 MCR 155519 ACR 155519 CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  ABR    : AW 5040 MCR 155519 ACR 0
  UBR    : AW 5040 MCR 155519 
  Aggregation Token: configured 0 , derived 2, remote 2
Tx ULIA seq# 1, Rx ULIA seq# 1, Tx NHL seq# 2, Rx NHL seq# 1
  Remote node ID        72:160:47.009144556677223310111266.00603E7B2001.00
  Remote node address          47.009144556677223310111266.00603E7B2001.01
  Remote port ID         ATM0/0/3 (80003000) (0)
  Common peer group ID      56:47.0091.4455.6677.0000.0000.0000
  Upnode ID              56:72:47.009144556677223300000000.00603E7B2001.00
  Upnode Address               47.009144556677223310111266.00603E7B2001.02
  Upnode number: 10       Upnode Name: SanFran

show atm pnni local-node

To display information about a PNNI logical node running on the switch, use the
show atm pnni local-node privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni local-node [node-index]

Syntax Description

node-index

Displays information about a specific PNNI logical node running on this switch, in the range of 1 to 8.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show atm pnni local-node command displays information about the PNNI node and its status.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni local-node command.

Switch# show atm pnni local-node
PNNI node 1 is enabled and running
  Node name: NewYork.BldB.T3
  System address          47.009144556677114410111255.00603E5BC401.01
  Node ID          72:160:47.009144556677114410111255.00603E5BC401.00
  Peer group ID        72:47.0091.4455.6677.1144.0000.0000
  Level 72, Priority 45 95, No. of interfaces 3, No. of neighbors 1
  Parent Node Index: 2
  Node Allows Transit Calls
  Node Representation: simple
  Hello interval 15 sec, inactivity factor 5, 
  Hello hold-down 10 tenths of sec
  Ack-delay 10 tenths of sec, retransmit interval 5 sec, 
  Resource poll interval 5 sec
  SVCC integrity times: calling 35 sec, called 50 sec, 
  Horizontal Link inactivity time 120 sec, 
  PTSE refresh interval 1800 sec, lifetime factor 200 percent, 
  Min PTSE interval 10 tenths of sec
  Auto summarization: on, Supported PNNI versions: newest 1, oldest 1
  Default administrative weight mode: uniform
  Max admin weight percentage: -1
  Next resource poll in 3 seconds
  Max PTSEs requested per PTSE request packet: 32
  Redistributing static routes: Yes






































show atm pnni mobility-info

Displays information regarding lowest node and logical nodes associated with PNNI mobility.

show atm pnni mobility-info

Syntax Description

None

 

Defaults

No default.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC, EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

The example below shows how to display PNNI mobile information using the show atm pnni mobility-info command.

Switch# show atm pnni mobility-info
Local Mobile Interface(s): 
Local Port SS Remote Potential source of ONHL 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 
ATM0/1/0 -- n/a No, Not a mobile interface 
ATM0/1/2 3 Mobile Yes, Sources ONHL
Lowest Node 1 Mobility Information: 
Mobile LGN joined ind rcvd: Yes 
Mobile LGN's child PGL inn: 1 
Mobile LGN's joined PG ID : 72:47.0091.3333.3333.3333.0000.0000
Logical Node 1 Mobility Information: 
Leader/Mobile LGN Status : PGL 
Node is Mobile LGN's child: Yes 
Parent Mobile LGN joined? : Yes 
Parent Mobile LGN host PG : 72:47.0091.3333.3333.3333.0000.0000 
Passing up ONHL from node : 1
Logical Node 2 Mobility Information: 
Leader/Mobile LGN Status : Mobile LGN 
Cfgd highest join level : 0 (default) 
Cfgd default peer group ID: Not configured 
Mobile LGN host PG joined?: Yes 
Mobile LGN's joined PG ID : 72:47.0091.3333.3333.3333.0000.0000 

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm address

Used to assign a 20-byte ATM address to the switch router.

atm pnni mobile

Used to specify a PNNI interface as mobile.

atm pnni nodal-hierarchy-list highest-level

Specifies highest level of PNNI hierarchy to be advertised to bordering networks.

atm router pnni

Used to enter PNNI configuration mode.

debug atm pnni mobility

Prints an error notification if ATM PNNI mobile problems are detected and the debug atm pnni mobility command is enabled.

node

Creates, enables or disables switch nodes as well as specifies or changes node level.

show atm pnni local-node

Displays information about a PNNI logical node running on a switch router.

show atm pnni node

Shows whether PNNI nodes are enabled and running, and shows node configuration information.



show atm pnni neighbor

To list PNNI neighboring peers for a switch router, use the show atm pnni neighbor EXEC command.

show atm pnni neighbor [local-node node-index]

Syntax Description

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8.


Command Modes

EXEC
Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show atm pnni neighbor command displays information about adjacencies. Multiple links can be connected to the same neighboring peer. The output from this command displays all PNNI interfaces to each neighboring peer, including the local port, the remote port, and the Hello state for each interface. Based on the port identifiers, PNNI derives the port string if the remote switch is an ATM switch router.

The switch may not translate the port identifier into a meaningful string (such as ATM 3/0/0) if the remote switch is not an ATM switch router. For this reason, both the port string and the port identifier are displayed. At any time only one interface to each neighboring peer is used for flooding PTSEs. This interface is identified as ATM Accounting Info: AdminStatus - DOWN; OperStatus : DOWN in the command output.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni neighbor command.

Switch# show atm pnni neighbor local-node 1
 
Neighbors For Node (Index 1, Level 72)
 
  Neighbor Name: NewYork.BldB.T1, Node number: 12
  Neighbor Node Id: 72:160:47.009144556677114410111233.00603E7B3A01.00
  Neighboring Peer State: Full
                               ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  Link Selection Set To: minimize blocking of future calls
    Port           Remote Port Id    Hello state
    ATM0/1/3       ATM1/1/3          2way_in    (Flooding Port)



















































show atm pnni node

To display PNNI nodes that are enabled and running, and to show node configuration information, use the show atm pnni node command

show atm pnni node

Syntax Description

None

 

Defaults

No default.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC, EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

The example below shows how to display PNNI node information.

Switch# show atm pnni node
PNNI node 1 is enabled and running 
Node name: T3 
System address 47.009144556677114410173322.00603E899901.01 
Node ID 96:160:47.009144556677114410173322.00603E899901.00 
Peer group ID 96:47.0091.4455.6677.1144.1017.3300 
Level 96, Priority 60 110, No. of interfaces 2, No. of neighbors 1 
Parent Node Index: 2 
Node Allows Transit Calls 
Node Representation: simple
Hello interval 15 sec, inactivity factor 5, 
Hello hold-down 10 tenths of sec 
Ack-delay 10 tenths of sec, retransmit interval 5 sec, 
Resource poll interval 5 sec 
SVCC integrity times: calling 35 sec, called 50 sec, 
Horizontal Link inactivity time 120 sec, 
PTSE refresh interval 1800 sec, lifetime factor 200 percent, 
Min PTSE interval 10 tenths of sec 
Auto summarization: on, Supported PNNI versions: newest 1, oldest 1 
Default administrative weight mode: uniform 
Max admin weight percentage: -1 
Next resource poll in 2 seconds 
Max PTSEs requested per PTSE request packet: 32 
Redistributing static routes: Yes 
Max number of (internal) nodes in topology: 1032
PNNI node 2 is enabled and running 
Node name: T3.2.72 
System address 47.009144556677114410173322.00603E899901.02 
Node ID 72:96:47.009144556677114410173300.00603E899901.00 
Peer group ID 72:47.0091.3333.3333.3333.0000.0000 
Level 72, Priority 0 0, No. of interfaces 0, No. of neighbors 1 
Parent Node Index: NONE 
Node Allows Transit Calls 
Node Representation: simple
Hello interval 15 sec, inactivity factor 5, 
Hello hold-down 10 tenths of sec 
Ack-delay 10 tenths of sec, retransmit interval 5 sec, 
Resource poll interval 5 sec 
SVCC integrity times: calling 35 sec, called 50 sec, 
Horizontal Link inactivity time 120 sec, 
PTSE refresh interval 1800 sec, lifetime factor 200 percent, 
Min PTSE interval 10 tenths of sec 
Auto summarization: on, Supported PNNI versions: newest 1, oldest 1 
Default administrative weight mode: uniform 
Max admin weight percentage: -1 
Max PTSEs requested per PTSE request packet: 32 
Redistributing static routes: No 
Node is the mobile LGN. Highest join level: 0 
Default PGID: 0:00.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm address

Used to assign a 20-byte ATM address to the switch router.

atm pnni mobile

Used to specify a PNNI interface as mobile.

atm pnni nodal-hierarchy-list highest-levell

Specifies highest level of PNNI hierarchy within a fixed network to be advertised to mobile networks.

atm router pnni

Used to enter PNNI configuration mode.

debug atm pnni mobility

Sends an error notification if ATM PNNI mobile problems are detected and the debug atm pnni mobility command is enabled.

node

Creates, enables or disables switch nodes as well as specifies or changes node level.

show atm pnni local-node

Displays information about a PNNI logical node running on a switch router.

show atm pnni mobility-info

Displays lowest node and logical node information associated with PNNI mobility.


show atm pnni precedence

To show the current PNNI prefix priorities for routing, use the show atm pnni precedence privileged EXEC configuration command.

show atm pnni precedence

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni precedence command.

Switch# show atm pnni precedence
                                 Working   Default
  Prefix Poa Type                Priority  Priority
  -----------------------------  --------  --------
  local-internal                    1         1
  static-local-internal-metrics     2         2
  static-local-exterior             3         3
  static-local-exterior-metrics     2         2
  pnni-remote-internal              2         2
  pnni-remote-internal-metrics      2         2
  pnni-remote-exterior              4         4
  pnni-remote-exterior-metrics      2         2

Related Commands

Command
Description

precedence

Configures the precedence of different types of reachable addresses.


show atm pnni resource-info

To display information about routing parameters of all PNNI interfaces received from a resource management module, use the show atm pnni resource-info EXEC command.

show atm pnni resource-info [hex-port-id] [atm card/subcard/port] [local-node node-index]

Syntax Description

hex-port-id

Hexadecimal port ID value.

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number for the specified ATM interface.

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node, in the range of 1 to 8.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command. Originally rm-info.

11.2(5)

Modified: changed to show atm pnni resource-info.


Usage Guidelines

This command is used to display information about the MCR, ACR, CTD, CDV, and CLR for a specific port. Only applicable information is displayed.

MCR is the maximum cell rate, measured in cells.

ACR is the available cell rate, measured in cells.

CTD is the cell transfer delay, measured in microseconds.

CDV is the cell rate delay variation, in microseconds.

CLR is the cell loss ratio exponent (for example, 10 means 10exp(-10)).

[a,b] are the low and high thresholds for the PNNI insignificant change for applicable parameters.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni resource-info command.

Switch# show atm pnni resource-info
acr pm 50,  acr mt 3, cdv pm 25, ctd pm 50, rm poll interval 5 sec
Interface insignificant change bounds:
ATM0/1/0 , port ID 80100000
  CBR    : MCR 155519 ACR 147743 [73871,155519] CTD 154 [77,231]
           CDV 138 [104,172] CLR0 10 CLR01 10 
  VBR-RT : MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CTD 707 [354,1060]
           CDV 691 [519,863] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  VBR-NRT: MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  UBR    : MCR 155519 
ATM0/1/3 , port ID 80103000
  CBR    : MCR 155519 ACR 147743 [73871,155519] CTD 154 [77,231]
           CDV 138 [104,172] CLR0 10 CLR01 10 
  VBR-RT : MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CTD 707 [354,1060]
           CDV 691 [519,863] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  VBR-NRT: MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  UBR    : MCR 155519 
ATM1/0/0 , port ID 80800000
  CBR    : MCR 155519 ACR 147743 [73871,155519] CTD 154 [77,231]
           CDV 138 [104,172] CLR0 10 CLR01 10 
  VBR-RT : MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CTD 707 [354,1060]
           CDV 691 [519,863] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  VBR-NRT: MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  UBR    : MCR 155519 
ATM1/0/3 , port ID 80803000
  CBR    : MCR 155519 ACR 147743 [73871,155519] CTD 154 [77,231]
           CDV 138 [104,172] CLR0 10 CLR01 10 
  VBR-RT : MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CTD 707 [354,1060]
           CDV 691 [519,863] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  VBR-NRT: MCR 155519 ACR 155519 [77759,155519] CLR0 8 CLR01 8 
  UBR    : MCR 155519 

show atm pnni scope

To display the mapping from organizational scope values—used at UNI interfaces—to PNNI scope (in terms of PNNI routing level indicators), use the show atm pnni scope privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni scope

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

This command groups ranges of organization scope values that map to the same PNNI level.
The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni scope privileged EXEC command.

Switch# show atm pnni scope 
UNI scope   PNNI Level
---------   ----------
(1  - 10)      56
(11 - 12)      48
(13 - 14)      32
(15 - 15)      0 

Scope mode: automatic

Related Commands

Command
Description

scope map

Specifies the mapping from a range of organizational scope values (used at UNI interfaces) to a PNNI scope value (such as PNNI routing-level indicators).

scope mode

Specifies the configuration mode of the mapping from organizational scope values (used at UNI interfaces) to PNNI scope (such as PNNI routing-level indicators).


show atm pnni statistics

To display PNNI statistics, use the show atm pnni statistics EXEC command.

show atm pnni statistics call

Syntax Description

call

Displays the PNNI call statistics.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays statistics related to path selection, for example, number of crankbacks, number of calls set up, number of calls serviced by the background tree, on-demand calculation, and PTSE exchanges, such as number of incoming PTSEs per minute or number of PTSEs retransmitted.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni statistics call command.

Switch# show atm pnni statistics call
pnni routing call statistics since 00:04:58

                   total     cbr       rtvbr     nrtvbr    abr       ubr
source route reqs  137       0         0         0         0         137     
successful         110       0         0         0         0         110     
unsuccessful       27        0         0         0         0         27      
crankback reqs     8         0         0         0         0         8       
successful         8         0         0         0         0         8       
unsuccessful       0         0         0         0         0         0       
intraswitch routes 34        0         0         0         0         34      
on-demand attempts 0         0         0         0         0         0       
successful         0         0         0         0         0         0       
unsuccessful       0         0         0         0         0         0       
background lookups 76        0         0         0         0         76      
successful         76        0         0         0         0         76      
unsuccessful       0         0         0         0         0         0       
next port requests 81        0         0         0         0         81      
successful         66        0         0         0         0         66      
unsuccessful       15        0         0         0         0         15      

                   total     average
usecs in queue     74890     546     
usecs in dijkstra  0         0       
usecs in routing   38991     284 

Related Commands

Command
Description

stopbits

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. See D D Appendix D.


show atm pnni summary

To display summary information advertised by PNNI nodes, use the show atm pnni summary privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni summary [local-node node-index]

Syntax Description

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8. Use this option to restrict the display to a single node.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni summary command.

Switch# show atm pnni summary

Codes: Node - Node index advertising this summary
       Type - Summary type (INT - internal, EXT - exterior)
       Sup  - Suppressed flag (Y - Yes, N - No)
       Auto - Auto Summary flag (Y - Yes, N - No)
       Adv  - Advertised flag (Y - Yes, N - No)
       C.M  - Creation Mode (A - Auto, C - Configured).
 
 Node Type Sup Auto Adv  Summary Prefix
 ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~ ~~~~ ~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  1   Int   N   Y    Y   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3e7b.3101/104
  1   Int   N   N    N   aa.bbcc/24 
  1   Int   Y   N    N   bb.ccdd/24 
  1   Ext   N   N    N   cc.ddee/24 
  1   Ext   Y   N    N   dd.eeff/24 
  2   Int   N   N    N   11.2233.4455.6677.88/64 
  3   Ext   Y   N    N   44.4444.444/36 

show atm pnni svcc-rcc

To display information about the SVCC RCCs on PNNI local nodes, use the show atm pnni svcc-rcc privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni svcc-rcc [local-node node-index | remote-node internal-node-num] [detail]

Syntax Description

node-index

Index number of the PNNI local node to which the command applies, in the range of 1 to 8.

internal-node-num

Internal node number of the PNNI remote node.

detail

Displays detailed SVCC RCC information; must be the last keyword.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays information about the SVCC RCCs on one or more PNNI local nodes.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni svcc-rcc command.

Switch# show atm pnni svcc-rcc
PNNI VCC-CSS(s) for local-node 2 (level=64):
  Rem-Node RCC Hello St Exit Port       VPI  VCI   HrzLns Rem-Node name
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  12       UP  2way_in  ATM0/1/1        0    33    1      T2.2.64
PNNI VCC-CSS(s) for local-node 3 (level=56):
  Rem-Node RCC Hello St Exit Port       VPI  VCI   HrzLns Rem-Node name
  ~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  11       UP  2way_in  ATM0/0/3        0    33    1      T5.3.56

Related Commands

Command
Description

debug atm pnni

Enables PNNI debugging output.

show atm pnni interface

Displays specific information about an interface or lists the interfaces running on a PNNI node.


show atm pnni topology

To display the topology connectivity information from the internal topology database, use the
show atm pnni topology EXEC command.

show atm pnni topology [node node-name] [detail]

Syntax Description

node

Displays the topology information about a specific node identified by the node-name.

node-name

Identifies the node by a specific name.

detail

Displays more detailed information and is used as the last keyword of the command.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The topology as seen from the PNNI database can be displayed using the show atm pnni topology command. This command shows all accessible PNNI nodes in the network (through PTSEs) and any links to neighboring nodes.

PNNI nodes are represented internally by an 8-bit number. This command shows the mapping between the internal node number and the full 22-byte node ID.

A link status of "up" indicates the link is advertised by the node on both ends of a link. A link status of "2down" indicates the remote node (neighbor) did not advertise the link. Links that are down are not used for path selection by the current node.

Examples

The following example is partial output from the show atm pnni topology command.

Switch# show atm pnni topology
Node 1 (name: xxxxxx-1, type: xxxxxx, ios-version: xx.x)
Node ID..: 60:160:47.0091810000000060705BD9A5.0060705BD900.00
Node AESA:        47.0091810000000060705BD9A5.0060705BD900.01
Link Service Classes Advertised: CBR VBR-RT VBR-NRT ABR UBR
Leadership Priority: 60, Claims PGL: Yes, Transit Calls: Allowed
Ancestor: No, Nodal Representation: Simple

   status  link-type  local port     remote port    neighbor
   ~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~
   up      hrz        ATM0/0/2       ATM0/0/2       Switch
   up      hrz        ATM0/0/2.4     ATM0/0/2.4     Switch
   up      hrz        ATM0/0/0       ATM0/0/0       xxxxx18
   up      hrz        ATM0/1/3       ATM0/0/1       xxxxx18
   up      hrz        ATM0/0/1       ATM0/0/1       Switch

Node 2 (name: xxxxxx-1.2.36, type: xxxxxx, ios-version: 11.3)
Node ID..:  36:60:47.009181000000000000000000.0060705BD900.00
Node AESA:        47.0091810000000060705BD9A5.0060705BD900.02
Link Service Classes Advertised: CBR VBR-RT VBR-NRT ABR UBR
Leadership Priority: 0, Claims PGL: No, Transit Calls: Allowed
Ancestor: Yes, Nodal Representation: Simple

   status  link-type  local port     remote port    neighbor
   ~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~
   up      hrz        2D24009        2B70009        xxxxx27.2.36
   up      hrz        2D24000        2B70000        xxxxx27.2.36

show atm pnni traffic

To display information about traffic received on PNNI interfaces, use the show atm pnni traffic privileged EXEC command.

show atm pnni traffic

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm pnni traffic command.

Traffic statistics for local-node 1 (Level 60)

  Interface ID    PNNI bytes rcvd   bits/sec   Since     Rem Node(No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~   ~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  ATM0/0/0        7368              398        00:02:28  11 xxxxx18
  ATM0/0/1        7228              390        00:02:28  9 Switch
  ATM0/0/2        1300              70         00:02:28  9 Switch
  ATM0/0/2.4      1300              70         00:02:28  9 Switch
  ATM0/1/0        0                 0          00:02:33
  ATM0/1/3        1300              70         00:02:28  11 xxxxx18

Traffic statistics for local-node 2 (Level 36)

  Interface ID    PNNI bytes rcvd   bits/sec   Since     Rem Node(No./Name)
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~   ~~~~~~~~  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  FFFFFFFF        4460              275        00:02:09  10 xxxxx27.2.36

show atm qos-defaults

To provide default values for QoS and display the table used, use the show atm qos-defaults EXEC command.

show atm qos-defaults

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command. Originally show atm qos.

11.2(5)

Modified: changed to show atm qos-defaults.


Examples

The following sample output from the show atm qos-defaults command displays the default QoS table.

Switch# show atm qos-defaults
Default QoS objective table:
	Max cell transfer delay (in microseconds): any cbr, any vbr-rt
	Peak-to-peak cell delay variation (in microseconds): any cbr, any vbr-rt
	Max cell loss ratio for CLP0 cells: any cbr, any vbr-rt, any vbr-nrt
Max cell loss ratio for CLP0+1 cells: any cbr, any vbr-rt, any vbr-nrt

Table 18-11 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-11 show atm qos-defaults Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Max cell transfer delay

Is displayed in microseconds and applies to one of the following (any indicates the objective parameter is undefined):

cbr

vbr-rt

Peak-to-peak cell delay variation

Is displayed in microseconds and applies to one of the following (any indicates the objective parameter is undefined):

cbr

vbr-rt

Max cell loss ratio

Is displayed as a negative power of ten and applies to one of the following (any indicates the objective parameter is undefined):

cbr

vbr-rt

vbr-nrt


Related Commands

Command
Description

atm qos default

Changes individual QoS objectives assigned to SVC setup messages entering the switch through UNI interfaces.


show atm resource

To display global resource manager configuration and status, use the show atm resource
EXEC command.

Catalyst 8540 MSR

show atm resource [module_id number]

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

show atm resource

Syntax Description

module_id number

Identification number of the module for which you want to display configuration data and status. (Catalyst 8540 MSR only).


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The output from this command normalizes the maximum cell and queue limit values to match what is installed in the hardware. Any values specified explicitly via configuration are preserved and can be displayed by viewing the configuration.

Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example shows the results of using the show atm resource command with the switch processor feature card installed.

Switch# show atm resource
        Resource configuration:
            Over-subscription-factor 8  Sustained-cell-rate-margin-factor 1%
            Abr-mode:   EFCI 
            Service Category to Threshold Group mapping:
             cbr 1 vbr-rt 2 vbr-nrt 3 abr 4 ubr 5
           Threshold Groups:
            Module Group Max     Max Q  Min Q  Q thresholds  Cell  Name
              ID         cells   limit  limit  Mark Discard  count
                         instal  instal instal
            -----------------------------------------------------------
            1      1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           2       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           3       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           4       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           5       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           6       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           7       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================
           8       1     131071  63     63     25 %  87 %      0     cbr-default-tg
                   2     131071  127    127    25 %  87 %      0     vbrrt-default-tg
                   3     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     vbrnrt-default-tg
                   4     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     abr-default-tg
                   5     131071  511    31     25 %  87 %      0     ubr-default-tg
                   6     131071  1023   1023   25 %  87 %      0     well-known-vc-tg
           ============================================================

Examples

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example shows the results of using the show atm resource command with an FC-PCQ installed.

Switch# show atm resource
Resource configuration:
    Over-subscription-factor 8  Sustained-cell-rate-margin-factor 1%
    Abr-mode:   relative-rate
    Atm service-category-limit (in cells):
         64512 cbr 64512 vbr-rt 64512 vbr-nrt 64512 abr-ubr
Resource state:
    Cells per service-category:
         0 cbr 0 vbr-rt 0 vbr-nrt 0 abr-ubr

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm abr-mode (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

Used to select efci marking, relative-rate marking, or both.

atm pacing

Enables or changes the artificial limitation on interface output rate.

atm service-category-limit (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

Sets the limits on the number of cells simultaneously allowed in the switch memory by type of output queue.

atm sustained-cell-rate-margin-factor

Changes the Sustained SCRMF, which dictates the weight given to PCR in computing the bandwidth used by VBR connections.


show atm rmon

To show the status of the ATM RMON MIB, use the show atm rmon EXEC command.

show atm rmon {host number | matrix number | stats number | status}

Syntax Description

host

Displays the ATM RMON host table port select group number information.

matrix

Displays the ATM RMON matrix table information.

stats

Displays the ATM RMON status table information.

status

Displays the ATM RMON resource status information.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example shows ATM host table information for the specified port select group using the show atm rmon host EXEC command.

atmrmon-switch# show atm rmon host 1
PortSelGrp: 1   Collection: Enabled     Drops: 0
47.007900000000000000000000.00A03E000001.00
  CBR/VBR in: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR in: calls: 0/123852  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00000C39C23F.00
  CBR/VBR in: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR in: calls: 1/14  cells: 0 connTime: 3 days 21:18:29
         out: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00603E329221.00
  CBR/VBR in: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR in: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 0/123852  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00603E329221.01
  CBR/VBR in: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR in: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
         out: calls: 1/14  cells: 0 connTime: 3 days 21:18:30

Table 18-12 describes some of the fields in the output from the show atm rmon command.

Table 18-12 show atm rmon Field Descriptions

Field
Description

47.007900000000000000000000.00A03E000001.00

Address of the host.

CBR/VBR in: calls: 0/0

Total successful CBR/VBR calls, including calls currently connected.

cells: 0

Total active cells (in: A to everybody; out: everybody to A).

connTime: 0

Total connection time aggregated for multiple connections.


The following example shows ATM matrix table information for the specified port select group using the show atm rmon matrix EXEC command.

atmrmon-switch# show atm rmon matrix 1
PortSelGrp: 1   Collection: Enabled     Drops: 0
47.007900000000000000000000.00A03E000001.00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00603E329221.00
  CBR/VBR   calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR   calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00000C39C23F.00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00603E329221.01
  CBR/VBR   calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR   calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00603E329221.00
47.007900000000000000000000.00A03E000001.00
  CBR/VBR   calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR   calls: 0/123856  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00603E329221.01
47.00918100000000615C71A501.00000C39C23F.00
  CBR/VBR   calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR   calls: 1/14  cells: 0 connTime: 3 days 21:18:40

The show atm rmon stats command summarizes the statistics for the entire port select group, including non-monitored traffic. The following example shows ATM stats table information for
the specified port select group using the show atm rmon stats EXEC command.

atmrmon-switch# show atm rmon stats 1
PortSelGrp: 1   Collection: Enabled     Drops: 0
  CBR/VBR: calls: 0/0  cells: 0 connTime: 0 days 00:00:00
  ABR/UBR: calls: 1/123862  cells: 0 connTime: 3 days 21:18:19

The following example shows ATM status table information for the specified port select group,
and identifies which ATM interfaces were configured using the atm rmon collect or the
snmp enable command.

atmrmon-switch# show atm rmon status
PortSelGrp: 1 Status: Enabled  Hosts:  4/no-max  Matrix:  4/no-max 
        ATM0/0/0        ATM0/0/2 
PortSelGrp: 2 Status: Enabled  Hosts:  0/no-max  Matrix:  0/no-max 
        ATM0/0/3 
PortSelGrp: 4 Status: Enabled  Hosts:  0/1  Matrix:  0/5 
        ATM0/0/1 
PortSelGrp: 5 Status: Enabled  Hosts:  0/no-max  Matrix:  0/no-max 
        ATM0/1/2 
PortSelGrp: 6 Status: Enabled  Hosts:  0/no-max  Matrix:  0/no-max 
        ATM0/1/3 
PortSelGrp: 7 Status: Enabled  Hosts:  0/no-max  Matrix:  0/no-max 
        ATM0 

As the following example shows, when using the status option, the configuration is maintained even when data collection is disabled.

atmrmon-switch# show atm rmon status
PortSelGrp: 1 Status: Disabled  Hosts: 0/10000    Matrix:  0/20000 
        ATM0/0/0        ATM0/0/2 
PortSelGrp: 2 Status: Disabled  Hosts: 0/10000    Matrix: 0/20000 
        ATM0/0/3 

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm rmon collect

Adds a port to an ATM-RMON MIB port select group.

atm rmon enable

Enables ATM-RMON MIB data collection.

atm rmon portselgrp

Configures statics, host, and matrix collection parameters for ATM-RMON MIB.


show atm route

To display all local or network-wide reachable address prefixes in the switch router's ATM routing table, use the show atm route EXEC command.

show atm route [address-prefix [longer_prefix] | local]

Syntax Description

address-prefix

Displays all routing table entries for the specified prefix.

longer_prefix

Displays all routing tables entries for longer prefixes that match the specified address prefix.

local

Displays information about reachable addresses attached to this switch router only. This includes static routes configured on this switch router and routes learned using ILMI address registration.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the ATM address prefixes in the ATM routing table. Prefixes are tagged with either E or I. The E represents external prefixes that were configured using the atm route command. The I represents internal prefixes registered through ILMI or generated internally by the system for other purposes (for example; soft-PVP support). The prefix is displayed in the format prefix/length, where length indicates the length, in bits:

1234.24/16 

The node represents the switch router that generated the route. Node 1 represents this switch router, while other numbers represent switch routers learned from the network. The port number, the protocol that generated the advertisement, the time stamp, and the port status (or summary information) are also displayed.

The link is down in the following cases:

For local prefixes, the status is displayed as DN if either the associated interface is down or the associated interface type is NNI. Note that static routes to address prefixes cannot be used on
NNI interfaces.

For remote prefixes, such as those advertised by a remote node, the status is displayed as DN if connectivity from the local switch to the remote switch is lost.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm route command.

Switch# show atm route

Codes: P - installing Protocol (S - Static, P - PNNI, R - Routing control),
       T - Type (I - Internal prefix, E - Exterior prefix, SE -
                 Summary Exterior prefix, SI - Summary Internal prefix)
                    ZE - Suppress Summary Exterior, ZI - Suppress Summary Internal)

P   T Node/Port        St Lev Prefix
~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
P   E 2   0            UP 0   default/0 
R  SI 1   0            UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201/104
R   I 1   ATM0/0/0     UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0000.0c40.81d2/152
R   I 1   ATM0/0/0     UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0000.0c40.81d3/152
R   I 1   ATM0/0/0     UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0000.0c40.81d4/152
R   I 1   ATM0/0/0     UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0000.0c40.81d5/152
R   I 1   ATM0     	 	 	 	 UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0060.3e7b.3201/152
R   I 1   ATM0     	 	 	 	 UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0060.3e7b.3202/152
R   I 1   ATM0     	 	 	 	 UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0060.3e7b.3203/152
R   I 1   ATM0     	 	 	 	 	UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.0060.3e7b.3204/152
R   I 1   ATM0     	 	 	 	 UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3E7B.3201.4000.0c/128
S   E 1   ATM0/0/1     UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0003.dde7.4601/104
P   I 2   0            UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0003.dde7.4601/104
P   I 3   0            UP 0   47.0091.8100.0000.0060.3e7b.3801/104

show atm routing-mode

To display the routing mode in which the switch is running, use the show atm routing-mode privileged EXEC command.

show atm routing-mode

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(3a)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The routing mode of the switch is dynamic (PNNI) or static (IISP).

Examples

This following example is sample output from the show atm routing-mode command.

Switch# show atm routing-mode
Routing Mode: Dynamic (PNNI)

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm routing-mode

Restricts the mode of ATM routing on an ATM switch router.


show atm signalling cug

To display all configured CUGs, use the show atm signalling cug EXEC command.

show atm signalling cug [interface atm card/subcard/port] [access | alias alias-name |
interlock-code ic]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

The card, subcard, and port number of the ATM interface.

alias-name

The name of the CUG alias for the 24-byte interlock code.

ic

The interlock code number.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(8.0.1)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm signalling cug command.

Switch# show atm signalling cug
Interface:          ATM3/0/0
Cug Alias Name:
Cug Interlock Code: 00.000000000000000000000000.000000000000.00.01001111
Non preferential Cug
Permit Network to User Calls
Permit User to Network Calls

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm signalling cug access

Restricts access to and from a closed user group.

atm signalling cug alias

Creates a CUG alias.

atm signalling cug assign

Assigns a CUG to an interface.


show atm signalling diagnostics

To display the configured filter entries and the collection call records for the ATM signalling diagnostics feature, use the show atm signalling diagnostics EXEC command.

show atm signalling diagnostics {filter | record | status filter-index}

Syntax Description

filter

Displays the information in the filter table.

record

Displays the call failure records.

status

Displays global diagnostics status.

filter-index

Displays all of the records filtered for each entry in the filter index specified. The filter-index can range from 1 to 50.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(8.0.1)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm signalling diagnostics filter command.

Switch# show atm signalling diagnostics filter
F I L T E R   I N D E X    1
--------------------------------
Scope: internal, Cast Type: p2mp
Connection Kind: soft-vc
Service Category:  CBR (Constant Bit Rate)  UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Clear Cause: 0, Initial TimerValue: 600
Max Records: 20,   NumMatches: 0,   Timer expiry: 600
Incoming Port: ATM0/0/1, Outgoing Port: ATM0/1/1
Calling Nsap Address:47.111122223333444455556666.777788889999.00
Calling Address Mask:FF.FFFFFF000000000000000000.000000000000.00
Called Nsap Address :47.111122223333444455556666.777788889999.01
Called Address Mask :FF.FFFFFF000000000000000000.000000000000.00
Status : active

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm signalling diagnostics record 1 command.

Switch# show atm signalling diagnostics record 1
D I S P L A Y I N D E X    1
--------------------------------
Scope: internal,  Cast Type: p2p, Conn Indicator: Setup Failure
Connection Kind:   switched-vc
Service Category:  UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Clear Cause: 0x29,  Diagnostics: NULL
Incoming Port: ATM1/0/3,  Outgoing Port:ATM0/1/3
Calling-Address: 47.009181000000006011000000.470803040506.00
Calling-SubAddr: NULL
Called-Address : 47.009181000000006083C42C01.750203040506.00
Called-SubAddr : NULL
Crankback Type : No Crankback
DTL's :
NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000006011000000.006083AB9001.00 Port: 0/1/3:2
NodeId:56:160:47.00918100000000603E7B4101.00603E7B4101.00 Port: 0/0/0:2
NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000006083C42C01.006083C42C01.00 Port: 0

show atm signalling statistics

To show the ATM signalling statistics, use the show atm signalling statistics EXEC command.

show atm signalling statistics [interface atm card/subcard/port] [ie]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number of the ATM interface.

ie

Displays the information element statistics.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Usage Guidelines

If no interface is specified, statistics for all interfaces are displayed.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm signalling statistics EXEC command with no interface specified.

Switch# show atm signalling statistics
Global Statistics:
Calls Throttled: 0
Max Crankback: 3
Max Connections Pending: 255
Max Connections Pending Hi Water Mark: 0
 
ATM 0:0   UP Time 00:00:32  # of int resets: 0
----------------------------------------------------------------
Terminating connections: 0       Soft VCs: 0
Active Transit PTP SVC: 0        Active Transit MTP SVC: 0     
Port requests:  0                Source route requests: 0
Conn-Pending: 0                  Conn-Pending High Water Mark: 0
Calls Throttled: 0               Max-Conn-Pending:  40  
 
          Messages:   Incoming  Outgoing
          ---------   --------  --------
PTP Setup Messages:        0         0
MTP Setup Messages:        0         0
  Release Messages:        0         0
  Restart Messages:        0         0

           Message:   Received Transmitted Tx-Reject Rx-Reject
Add Party Messages:          0           0         0         0
 
     Failure Cause:   Routing     CAC   Access-list    Addr-Reg  Misc-Failure
    Location Local:         0       0             0           0             0
   Location Remote:         0       0             0           0             0

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm signalling statistics EXEC command for interface ATM 0/0/0.

Switch# show atm signalling statistics interface atm 0/0/0
ATM 0/0/0:0   UP Time 00:01:32  # of int resets: 0
----------------------------------------------------------------
Terminating connections: 0       Soft VCs: 0
Active Transit PTP SVC: 0        Active Transit MTP SVC: 0     
Port requests:  0                Source route requests: 0
Conn-Pending: 0                  Conn-Pending High Water Mark: 0
Calls Throttled: 0               Max-Conn-Pending:  40  
 
          Messages:   Incoming  Outgoing
          ---------   --------  --------
PTP Setup Messages:        0         0
MTP Setup Messages:        0         0
  Release Messages:        0         0
  Restart Messages:        0         0

           Message:   Received Transmitted Tx-Reject Rx-Reject
Add Party Messages:          0           0         0         0

     Failure Cause:   Routing     CAC   Access-list    Addr-Reg  Misc-Failure
    Location Local:         0       0             0           0             0
   Location Remote:         0       0             0           0             0

Related Commands

Command
Description

clear atm signalling statistics

Clears existing ATM signalling statistics.


show atm snoop

To display the current port snooping configuration and actual register values for the highest
ATM interface, use the show atm snoop EXEC command.

show atm snoop

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the snoop test port name, snoop option (enabled or disabled), monitored port name (if enabled), and snoop direction (receive or transmit if enabled).

This command applies only to card 4, subcard 1, and the highest port allowed for the card. See the atm signalling vpci command for port information.

Examples

The following example displays the snoop configuration and actual register values for the highest interface.

Switch# show atm snoop
Snoop Test Port Name:  ATM3/1/3 (interface status=SNOOPING)
Snoop option:          (configured=enabled) (actual=enabled)
Monitored Port Name:   (configured=ATM3/0/0) (actual=ATM3/0/0)
Snoop direction:       (configured=receive) (actual=receive)

The following example shows that there is no card in the snoop test port card 4, subcard 1 position.

Switch# show atm snoop

Snoop Test Port Name:  ATM3/1/3 (port is bad or missing)
Snoop option:          (configured=disabled)

The following example shows that the snoop test port has been inserted and configured but is shut down.

Switch# show atm snoop

Snoop Test Port Name:  ATM3/1/3 (interface status=DOWN)(shutdown)
Snoop option:          (configured=enabled)
Monitored Port Name:   (configured=ATM3/1/0)
Snoop direction:       (configured=receive)

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm signalling vpci

Specifies the value of VPCI to be carried in the signalling messages within a VP tunnel.


show atm snoop-vc

To display the current port snooping configuration and actual register values per-VC, use the
show atm snoop-vc EXEC command.

show atm snoop-vc [interface atm card/subcard/port]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number of the ATM interface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(8.0.1)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the snoop test port name, snoop option (enabled or disabled), monitored port name (if enabled), and snoop direction (receive or transmit if enabled).

Examples

The following example displays all VC snoop connections on the switch.

Switch# show atm snoop-vc
       Snooping                            Snooped                   
Interface    VPI   VCI   Type    X-Interface  X-VPI X-VCI Dir    Status
ATM0/0/2     0     5     PVC     ATM0/1/1     0     5     Rx     DOWN    
ATM0/0/2     0     16    PVC     ATM0/1/1     0     16    Rx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     5     PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     5     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     16    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     16    Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     18    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     18    Tx     UP      
ATM0/1/2     0     100   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     100   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     201   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     201   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     202   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     202   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     300   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     300   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     301   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     301   Tx     DOWN    

The following example displays all VC snoop connections on ATM interface 0/1/2.

Switch# show atm snoop-vc interface atm 0/1/2
      Snooping                            Snooped                   
Interface    VPI   VCI   Type    X-Interface  X-VPI X-VCI Dir    Status
ATM0/1/2     0     5     PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     5     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     16    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     16    Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     18    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     18    Tx     UP      
ATM0/1/2     0     100   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     100   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     201   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     201   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     202   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     202   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     300   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     300   Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0     301   PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     301   Tx     DOWN    

Examples

The following example displays VC snoop connection VPI 0, VCI 543 on ATM interface 0/0/0.

Switch# show atm snoop-vc interface atm 0/0/0 0 543
 
Interface: ATM0/0/0, Type: oc3suni 
VPI = 0  VCI = 543
Status: UP
Time-since-last-status-change: 00:00:19
Connection-type: PVC 
Cast-type: snooping-leaf
Packet-discard-option: enabled
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC): pass
Wrr weight: 32
Number of OAM-configured connections: 0
OAM-configuration: disabled
OAM-states:  Not-applicable
Cross-connect-interface: ATM0, Type: ATM Swi/Proc 
Cross-connect-VPI = 0 
Cross-connect-VCI = 42
Cross-connect-UPC: pass
Cross-connect OAM-configuration: disabled
Cross-connect OAM-state:  Not-applicable
Threshold Group: 6, Cells queued: 0
Rx cells: 0, Tx cells: 4
Rx connection-traffic-table-index: 3
Rx service-category: VBR-RT (Realtime Variable Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01: 424
Rx scr-clp01: 424
Rx mcr-clp01: none
Rx      cdvt: 1024 (from default for interface)
Rx       mbs: 50
Tx connection-traffic-table-index: 3
Tx service-category: VBR-RT (Realtime Variable Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01: 424
Tx scr-clp01: 424
Tx mcr-clp01: none
Tx      cdvt: none
Tx       mbs: 50

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm snoop-vc

Sets the current port snooping configuration and actual register values per-VC.


show atm snoop-vp

To display the current port snooping configuration and actual register values per-VP, use the
show atm snoop-vp EXEC command.

show atm snoop-vp [interface atm card/subcard/port]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number of the ATM interface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(8.0.1)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the snoop test port name, snoop option (enabled or disabled), monitored port name (if enabled), and snoop direction (receive or transmit if enabled).

Examples

The following example displays all VP snoop connections on the switch.

Switch# show atm snoop-vp
       Snooping                            Snooped                   
Interface    VPI  Type    X-Interface  X-VPI Dir    Status
ATM0/0/2     0    PVC     ATM0/1/1     0     Rx     DOWN    
ATM0/0/2     0    PVC     ATM0/1/1     0     Rx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     UP      
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    
ATM0/1/2     0    PVC     ATM0/0/1     0     Tx     DOWN    

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm snoop-vp

Sets the current port snooping configuration and actual register values per-VP.


show atm status

To display current information about ATM interfaces and the number of installed connections, use the show atm status EXEC command.

show atm status

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following is sample output from the show atm status command.

Switch# show atm status
NUMBER OF INSTALLED CONNECTIONS: (P2P=Point to Point, P2MP=Point to MultiPoint)

Type       PVCs  SoftPVCs      SVCs      PVPs  SoftPVPs      SVPs      Total
P2P          11         0         0         1         0         0         12
P2MP          0         0         0         0         0         0          0
                                    TOTAL INSTALLED CONNECTIONS =         12

PER-INTERFACE STATUS SUMMARY AT 14:56:19 UTC Mon Mar 25 1997:
   Interface      IF         Admin  Auto-Cfg    ILMI Addr     SSCOP    Hello
     Name       Status      Status    Status    Reg State     State    State
------------- -------- ------------ -------- ------------ --------- --------
ATM0            	 	 	 	 UP           up      n/a   Restarting      Idle      n/a
ATM3/0/0            UP           up     done  UpAndNormal    Active  2way_in
ATM3/0/0.25       DOWN     shutdown  waiting          n/a      Idle      n/a
ATM3/0/0.26         UP           up  waiting  WaitDevType      Idle      n/a
ATM3/0/1          DOWN         down  waiting          n/a      Idle      n/a
ATM3/0/2            UP           up     done  UpAndNormal    Active  2way_in
ATM3/0/3          DOWN         down  waiting          n/a      Idle      n/a

show atm traffic

To display the ATM layer traffic information for all of the ATM interfaces, use the show atm traffic EXEC command.

show atm traffic

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

This command displays input and output cell counts and a 5-minute transfer rate for all
ATM interfaces.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm traffic command.

Switch# show atm traffic
Interface ATM0
Rx cells: 0
Tx cells: 0
5 minute input rate: 0 bits/sec, 0 cells/sec
5 minute output rate: 0 bits/sec, 0 cells/sec

Interface ATM3/0/0
Rx cells: 0
Tx cells: 0
5 minute input rate: 0 bits/sec, 0 cells/sec
5 minute output rate: 0 bits/sec, 0 cells/sec

Related Commands

Command
Description

show atm interface

Displays ATM-specific information about an ATM interface.


show atm traffic shaping

To display the traffic shaping configuration, use the show atm traffic shaping command.

show atm traffic shaping slot slot

Syntax Description

slot

The slot number of the TSCAM hardware.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

Priviliged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

None

Examples

The following example shows the configured ports on a Catalyst 8510 MSR switch router:

switch# show atm traffic shaping slot 4
CATS Carrier Module State : ACTIVE
Shaper Configuration Status :
   Shapers In Use by Config : 3  Shapers Available for Config : 1
Shaper Hardware Status :
   Shaper 0 :  In Use - interface : atm 4/0/1 - Class : vbr
   Shaper 1 :  In Use - interface : atm 4/0/2 - Class : Best-Effort
   Shaper 2 :  Not In Use.
   Shaper 3 :  Not In Use.
Statistics :
   Total cell discards = 15, clp0 discards = 3,  clp1 discards = 12
   Free cell buffers = 203852
   cells queued for all ports = 58291

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm traffic shaping enable

Enables ATM traffic shaping.

atm traffic shaping thresholds

Sets ATM traffic threshold.


show atm vc

To display the ATM layer connection information about the virtual connection, use the show atm vc EXEC command.

show atm vc
show atm vc interface {atm | atm-p} card/subcard/port[.vpt#] [vpi vci] [detail]
show atm vc [cast-type cast-type] [conn-type conn-type] [interface {atm | atm-p} card/subcard/port[.vpt#]]
show atm vc traffic [interface {atm | atm-p} card/subcard/port[.vpt#] [vpi vci]]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number for the interface.

.vpt#

Virtual path tunnel identifier to display.

vpi vci

Virtual path identifier and virtual channel identifier to display.

detail

Displays the Rx cell drops and queued-cells for all VCs on a given interface.

cast-type

Specifies the cast type as multipoint-to-point (mp2p), point-to-multipoint (p2mp), or point-to-point (p2p).

conn-type

Specifies the connection type as pvc, soft-vc, svc, or tvc.

traffic

Displays the virtual channel cell traffic.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example shows a display for the vc interface.

Switch# show atm vc
Interface    VPI   VCI   Type    X-Interface  X-VPI X-VCI  Encap Status
ATM0/1/0     0     5      PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     52    QSAAL  UP
ATM0/1/0     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     32    ILMI   UP
ATM0/1/0     0     18     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     73    PNNI   UP
ATM0/1/1     0     5      PVC     ATM0    	 	 	 	 	 0     53    QSAAL  DOWN
ATM0/1/1     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     33    ILMI   DOWN
ATM0/1/2     0     5      PVC     ATM0    	 	 	 	 	 0     54    QSAAL  DOWN
ATM0/1/2     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     34    ILMI   DOWN
ATM0/1/3     0     5      PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     55    QSAAL  UP
ATM0/1/3     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     35    ILMI   UP
ATM1/0/0     0     5      PVC     ATM0    	 	 	 	 	 0     56    QSAAL  UP
ATM1/0/0     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     36    ILMI   UP
ATM1/0/1     0     5      PVC     ATM0    	 	 	 	 		 0     57    QSAAL  DOWN
ATM1/0/1     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     37    ILMI   DOWN
ATM1/0/2     0     5      PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     58    QSAAL  DOWN
ATM1/0/2     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     38    ILMI   DOWN
ATM1/0/3     0     5      PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     59    QSAAL  UP
ATM1/0/3     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     39    ILMI   UP
ATM1/0/3     0     18     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     72    PNNI   UP
ATM1/1/0     0     5      PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     60    QSAAL  DOWN
ATM1/1/0     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     40    ILMI   DOWN
ATM1/1/1     0     5      PVC     ATM0    	 	 	 	 	 0     61    QSAAL  DOWN
ATM1/1/1     0     16     PVC     ATM0     	 	 	 	 0     41    ILMI   DOWN

Table 18-13 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-13 show atm vc Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Interface

Displays the card, subcard, and port number of the specified ATM interface.

VPI

Displays the number of the virtual path identifier.

VCI

Displays the number of the virtual channel identifier.

Type

Displays the type of interface for the specified ATM interface.

X-Interface

Displays the card, subcard, and port number of the cross-connected value for the ATM interface.

X-VPI

Displays the number of the cross-connected value of the virtual path identifier.

X-VCI

Displays the number of the cross-connected value of the virtual channel identifier.

Encap

Displays the type of connection on the interface.

Status

Displays the current state of the specified ATM interface.


Examples

The following example displays the output for interface ATM 1/0/0 with and without the detail keyword which shows the Rx-cel-drops and the Rx-queued-cells:

Swtich# show atm vc traffic interface atm 1/0/0
Interface         VPI  VCI   Type      rx-cell-cnts     tx-cell-cnts
ATM-P1/0/0        0    32    PVC               1                0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    33    PVC               0                0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    34    PVC               0                0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    35    PVC               0                0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    37    PVC               0                0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    39    PVC               0                0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    48    PVC               0                0
Switch# show atm vc traffic interface atm 1/0/0 detail
Interface         VPI  VCI   Type      rx-cell    tx-cell rx-cell-drop rx-cell-qued
ATM-P1/0/0        0    32    PVC             1          0           0          0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    33    PVC             0          0           0          0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    34    PVC             0          0           0          0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    35    PVC             0          0           0          0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    37    PVC             0          0           0          0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    39    PVC             0          0           0          0
ATM-P1/0/0        0    48    PVC             0          0           0          0

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example shows the interface information for ATM 1/0/0, with VPI 0, VCI 5, and packet discard enabled, using an FC-PCQ.

Switch# show atm vc interface atm 1/0/0 1 100

Interface: ATM1/0/0, Type: oc3suni
VPI = 0  VCI = 5
Status: UP
Time-since-last-status-change: 1d18h
Connection-type: PVC
Cast-type: point-to-point
Packet-discard-option: enabled
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC): pass
Number of OAM-configured connections: 0
OAM-configuration: disabled
OAM-states:  Not-applicable
Cross-connect-interface: ATM0, Type: ATM Swi/Proc
Cross-connect-VPI = 0
Cross-connect-VCI = 58
Cross-connect-UPC: pass
Cross-connect OAM-configuration: disabled
Cross-connect OAM-state:  Not-applicable
Encapsulation: AALQSAAL
Rx cells: 32520, Tx cells: 32520
Rx connection-traffic-table-index: 3
Rx service-category: VBR-RT (Realtime Variable Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01: 424
Rx scr-clp01: 424
Rx mcr-clp01: none
Rx      cdvt: none
Rx       mbs: 50
Tx connection-traffic-table-index: 3
Tx service-category: VBR-RT (Realtime Variable Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01: 424
Tx scr-clp01: 424
Tx mcr-clp01: none
Tx      cdvt: none
Tx       mbs: 50
Crc Errors:0, Sar Timeouts:0, OverSizedSDUs:0
BufSzOvfl:  Small:0, Medium:0, Big:0, VeryBig:0, Large:0

Examples

The following example shows the interface information for ATM 1/0/0, with VPI 1, VCI 100 and packet discard disabled, using the switch processor feature card.

Switch# show atm vc interface atm 1/0/0 1 100

Interface: ATM1/0/0, Type: oc12suni 
VPI = 1 VCI = 100
Status: UP
Time-since-last-status-change: 02:55:48
Connection-type: PVC 
Cast-type: point-to-point
Packet-discard-option: disabled
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC): pass
Wrr weight: 32
Number of OAM-configured connections: 0
OAM-configuration: disabled
OAM-states:  Not-applicable
Cross-connect-interface: ATM0/1/1, Type: oc3suni 
Cross-connect-VPI = 1 
Cross-connect-VCI = 100
Cross-connect-UPC: pass
Cross-connect OAM-configuration: disabled
Cross-connect OAM-state:  Not-applicable
Threshold Group: 5, Cells queued: 0
Rx cells: 0, Tx cells: 0
Tx Clp0:0,  Tx Clp1: 0
Rx Clp0:0,  Rx Clp1: 0
Rx Upc Violations:0, Rx cell drops:0
Rx Clp0 q full drops:0, Rx Clp1 qthresh drops:0
Rx connection-traffic-table-index: 1
Rx service-category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01: 7113539
Rx scr-clp01: none
Rx mcr-clp01: none
Rx      cdvt: 1024 (from default for interface)
Rx       mbs: none
Tx connection-traffic-table-index: 1
Tx service-category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01: 7113539
Tx scr-clp01: none
Tx mcr-clp01: none
Tx      cdvt: none
Tx       mbs: none

Examples

The following example shows the interface information for ATM 1/0/0, with VPI 0, VCI 5, and packet discard enabled, using the FC-PFQ.

Switch# show atm vc interface atm 1/0/0 0 5  
 
Interface: ATM1/0/0, Type: oc12suni 
VPI = 0  VCI = 5
Status: UP
Time-since-last-status-change: 03:02:32
Connection-type: PVC 
Cast-type: point-to-point
Packet-discard-option: enabled
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC): pass
Wrr weight: 32
Number of OAM-configured connections: 0
OAM-configuration: disabled
OAM-states:  Not-applicable
Cross-connect-interface: ATM0, Type: ATM Swi/Proc 
Cross-connect-VPI = 0 
Cross-connect-VCI = 45
Cross-connect-UPC: pass
Cross-connect OAM-configuration: disabled
Cross-connect OAM-state:  Not-applicable
Encapsulation: AALQSAAL
Threshold Group: 6, Cells queued: 0
Rx cells: 2302, Tx cells: 2301
Tx Clp0:2301,  Tx Clp1: 0
Rx Clp0:2302,  Rx Clp1: 0
Rx Upc Violations:0, Rx cell drops:0
Rx pkts:0, Rx pkt drops:0
Rx connection-traffic-table-index: 3
Rx service-category: VBR-RT (Realtime Variable Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01: 424
Rx scr-clp01: 424
Rx mcr-clp01: none
Rx      cdvt: 1024 (from default for interface)
Rx       mbs: 50
Tx connection-traffic-table-index: 3
Tx service-category: VBR-RT (Realtime Variable Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01: 424
Tx scr-clp01: 424
Tx mcr-clp01: none
Tx      cdvt: none
Tx       mbs: 50
Crc Errors:0, Sar Timeouts:0, OverSizedSDUs:0
BufSzOvfl:  Small:0, Medium:0, Big:0, VeryBig:0, Large:0

Examples

The following example shows the last explicit path status for a soft VC. Note that the first listed explicit path, new_york.path2, shows an unreachable result, but the second explicit path, new_york.path1, has succeeded.

Switch# show atm vc interface atm0/1/3 0 40
VPI = 0 VCI = 40
Status:UP
Time-since-last-status-change:00:00:03
Connection-type:SoftVC 
Cast-type:point-to-point
 Soft vc location:Source
 Remote ATM address:47.0091.8100.0000.0060.705b.d900.4000.0c81.9000.00
 Remote VPI:0 
 Remote VCI:40
 Soft vc call state:Active
 Number of soft vc re-try attempts:0 
 First-retry-interval:5000 milliseconds
 Maximum-retry-interval:60000 milliseconds
 Aggregate admin weight:15120
 TIME STAMPS:
 Current Slot:4
  Outgoing Release   February 26 17:02:45.940
  Incoming Rel comp  February 26 17:02:45.944
  Outgoing Setup     February 26 17:02:45.948
  Incoming Connect   February 26 17:02:46.000
  Outgoing Setup     February 23 11:54:17.587
  Incoming Release   February 23 11:54:17.591
  Outgoing Setup     February 23 11:54:37.591
  Incoming Release   February 23 11:54:37.611
  Outgoing Setup     February 23 11:55:17.611
  Incoming Connect   February 23 11:55:17.655

 Explicit-path 1:result=6 PNNI_DEST_UNREACHABLE  (new_york.path2)
 Explicit-path 2:result=1 PNNI_SUCCESS  (new_york.path1)
 Only-explicit
Packet-discard-option:disabled
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC):pass
Number of OAM-configured connections:0
OAM-configuration:disabled
OAM-states: Not-applicable
Cross-connect-interface:ATM0/0/3.4, Type:oc3suni 
Cross-connect-VPI = 4
Cross-connect-VCI = 35
Cross-connect-UPC:pass
Cross-connect OAM-configuration:disabled
Cross-connect OAM-state: Not-applicable
Rx cells:0, Tx cells:0
Rx connection-traffic-table-index:1
Rx service-category:UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01:7113539
Rx scr-clp01:none
Rx mcr-clp01:none
Rx      cdvt:1024 (from default for interface)
Rx       mbs:none
Tx connection-traffic-table-index:1
Tx service-category:UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01:7113539
Tx scr-clp01:none
Tx mcr-clp01:none
Tx      cdvt:none
Tx       mbs:none


Table 18-14 describes the fields shown in the displays.

Table 18-14 show atm vc interface ATM Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

Interface

Displays the card, subcard, and port number of the ATM interface.

VPI/VCI

Displays the number of the virtual path identifier and the virtual channel identifier.

Status

Displays the type of interface for the specified ATM interface.

Time-since-last-status-change

Displays the time elapsed since the last status change.

Connection-type

Displays the type of connection for the specified ATM interface.

Cast-type

Displays the type of cast for the specified ATM interface.

Packet-discard-option

Displays the state of the packet-discard option; enabled or disabled.

Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC)

Displays the state of the UPC.

Wrr weight

Weighted round-robin weight.

Number of OAM-configured connections

Displays the number of connections configured by OAM.

OAM-configuration

Displays the state of the OAM configuration; enabled or disabled.

OAM-states

Displays the status of the OAM state; applicable or not applicable.

Cross-connect-interface

Displays the card, subcard, and port number of the cross-connected ATM.

Cross-connect-VPI

Displays the number of the cross-connected virtual path identifier.

Cross-connect-VCI

Displays the number of the cross-connected virtual channel identifier.

Cross-connect-UPC

Displays the state of the cross-connected UPC; pass or not pass.

Cross-connect OAM-configuration

Displays the state of the cross-connected OAM configuration; enabled or disabled.

Cross-connect OAM-state

Displays the status of the cross-connected OAM state; applicable or not applicable.

Encapsulation

Encapsulation type.

Threshold Group/Cells queued

Displays the threshold group number and number of cells queued.

Rx cells/Tx cells

Displays the number of cells transmitted and received.

Tx Clp0/Tx Clp1

Displays the number of CLP=0 and CLP=1 cells transmitted.

Rx Clp0/Rx Clp1

Displays the number of CLP=0 and CLP=1 cells received.

Rx Upc Violations

Displays the number of UPC violations detected in the receive cell stream.

Rx cell drops

Displays the number of cells received and then dropped.

Rx pkts

Displays the number of packets received.

Rx pkt drops

Displays the number of packets dropped.

RxClp0q full drops

Displays the number of CLP=0 cells received and then dropped for exceeding the input queue size.

Rx Clp1 qthresh drops

Displays the number of CLP=1 cells received and then dropped for exceeding the discard threshold of the input queue.

Rx connection-traffic-table-index

Displays the receive connection-traffic-table-index.

Rx service-category

Displays the receive service category.

Rx pcr-clp01

Displays the receive peak cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Rx scr-clp01

Displays the receive sustained cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Rx mcr-clp01

Displays the receive minimum cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Rx cdvt

Displays the receive cell delay variation tolerance.

Rx mbs

Displays the receive minimum burst size.

Tx connection-traffic-table-index

Displays the transmit connection-traffic-table-index.

Tx service-category

Displays the transmit service category.

Tx pcr-clp01

Displays the transmit peak cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Tx scr-clp01

Displays the transmit sustained cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Tx mcr-clp01

Displays the transmit minimum cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Tx cdvt

Displays the transmit cell delay variation tolerance.

Tx mbs

Displays the transmit minimum burst size.

Crc error

Displays the number of cyclic redundancy check errors.

Sar Timeouts

Displays the number of segmentation and reassembly timeouts.

OverSizedSDUs

Displays the number of oversized service data units.

BufSzOvfl

Displays the number of buffer size overflows.


Examples

The following example shows how to enter the command for a display of the cast type, point-to-multipoint, and connection type soft-vc on ATM interface 0/0/0.

Switch# show atm vc cast-type p2mp conn-type soft-vc interface ATM 0/0/0

The following example shows how to enter the command for a display of the connection type SVC and cast-type point-to-point on ATM interface 0/0/0.

Switch# show atm vc conn-type svc cast-type p2p interface ATM 0/0/0

The following example shows the transmit and receive cell count on ATM interface 1/0/0, with VPI 1 and VPI 100.

Switch# show atm vc traffic interface atm 1/0/0 1 100
Interface    VPI     VCI      Type      rx-cell-cnts     tx-cell-cnts
ATM1/0/0     1       100       PVC                0                0

Related Commands

Command
Description

atm pvc

Used to create a PVC.

show atm interface

Displays ATM-specific information about an ATM interface.

show atm status

Displays current information about ATM interfaces and the number of installed connections.

show atm vc signalling

Displays the ATM VC signalling activity.


show atm vc signalling

To show the ATM VC signalling activity, use the show atm vc signalling EXEC command.

show atm vc signalling [interface atm card/subcard/port] [cast-type p2p | p2mp] [detail]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number for the ATM interface.

cast-type

Displays the payload type protocol and the message type protocol information for a point-to-point (p2p) or point-to-multipoint (p2mp) connection.

detail

Displays detailed information about a connection, including type of connection, calling party, current and previous state, and how the call was initiated.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm vc signalling EXEC command.

Switch# show atm vc signalling

Interface  VPI   VCI   CallRef  X-Interface VPI    VCI     CallRef  Type 
*ATM0/0/0  0     32       1       ATM1/0/0   0     32       1       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     33       2       ATM1/0/0   0     33       2       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     34       3       ATM1/0/0   0     34       3       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     35       4       ATM1/0/0   0     35       4       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     36       5       ATM1/0/0   0     36       5       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     37       6       ATM1/0/0   0     37       6       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     38       7       ATM1/0/0   0     38       7       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     39       8       ATM1/0/0   0     39       8       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     40       9       ATM1/0/0   0     40       9       MTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     41       10      ATM1/0/0   0     41       10      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     42       11      ATM1/0/0   0     42       11      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     43       12      ATM1/0/0   0     43       12      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     44       13      ATM1/0/0   0     44       13      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     45       14      ATM1/0/0   0     45       14      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     46       15      ATM1/0/0   0     46       15      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     47       16      ATM1/0/0   0     47       16      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     48       17      ATM1/0/0   0     48       17      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     49       18      ATM1/0/0   0     49       18      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     50       19      ATM1/0/0   0     50       19      PTP

The following example is sample output from the show atm vc signalling EXEC command using the p2p option.

Switch# show atm vc signalling cast-type p2p
Interface  VPI   VCI   CallRef  X-Interface VPI    VCI     CallRef  Type 
 ATM0  	 	 	 	 0     67       5        ATM0/1/1  0     32       1       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     32       1        ATM1/0/0  0     32       1       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     33       2        ATM1/0/0  0     33       2       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     34       3        ATM1/0/0  0     34       3       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     35       4        ATM1/0/0  0     35       4       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     36       5        ATM1/0/0  0     36       5       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     37       6        ATM1/0/0  0     37       6       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     38       7        ATM1/0/0  0     38       7       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     39       8        ATM1/0/0  0     39       8       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     40       9        ATM1/0/0  0     40       9       PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     41       10       ATM1/0/0  0     41       10      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     42       11       ATM1/0/0  0     42       11      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     43       12       ATM1/0/0  0     43       12      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     44       13       ATM1/0/0  0     44       13      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     45       14       ATM1/0/0  0     45       14      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     46       15       ATM1/0/0  0     46       15      PTP
*ATM0/0/0  0     47       16       ATM1/0/0  0     47       16      PTP

The following sample shows the output using the detail and cast-type options with the show atm vc signalling command.

Switch# show atm vc signalling detail cast-type p2mp
(0/0/0:0  0,36 - 0005) p2p
    From: 47.222200000000000000000 
    remote, Rcvd Connect Ack -> Active(N10),

(1/0/0:0  0,36 - 0005) p2p
      To: 47.111100000000000000000 
      local , Req Connect Ack -> Active(N10),


Table 18-15 describes the fields from the show atm vc signalling detail command.

Table 18-15 show atm vc signalling detail Field Descriptions

Field
Description

0/0/0

The interface number.

0,36

The VCI/VCI number.

0005

The call reference number.

p2p

The type of connection.

From

The origin of the calling party.

remote/local

The call was initiated either remotely or locally.

Rcvd Connect Ack

The previous state of the call.

Active

The current state of the call.


show atm vp

To display the ATM layer connection information about the virtual path, use the show atm vp
EXEC command.

show atm vp

show atm vp interface {atm | atm-p} card/subcard/port[.vpt#] [vpi vci]

show atm vp cast-type cast-type [conn-type conn-type] [interface {atm | atm-p} card/subcard/port[.vpt#]]

show atm vp traffic [interface {atm | atm-p} card/subcard/port[.vpt#] [vpi vci]]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number for the interface.

.vpt#

Virtual path tunnel identifier.

vpi vci

Virtual path identifier and virtual channel identifier to display.

cast-type

Specifies the cast type as point-to-multipoint (p2mp) or point-to-point (p2p).

conn-type

Specifies the connection type as pvc, soft-vc, or svc.

traffic

Displays the virtual channel cell traffic.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm vp command.

Switch# show atm vp
Interface    VPI    Type  X-Interface     X-VPI     Status
ATM3/1/1     1       SVP     ATM3/1/2     200       UP             
ATM3/1/1     2       SVP     ATM3/1/2     201       UP             
ATM3/1/1     3       SVP     ATM3/1/2     202       UP             
ATM3/1/2     200     SoftVP  ATM3/1/1     1         UP             
ATM3/1/2     201     SoftVP  ATM3/1/1     2         UP             
ATM3/1/2     202     SoftVP  ATM3/1/1     3         UP             
ATM3/1/2     255     SoftVP  NOT CONNECTED  

The following is sample output from the show atm vp command for ATM 3/1/1.

Switch# show atm vp interface atm 3/1/1
Interface    VPI    Type  X-Interface     X-VPI     Status
ATM3/1/1     1       SVP     ATM3/1/2     200       UP             
ATM3/1/1     2       SVP     ATM3/1/2     201       UP             
ATM3/1/1     3       SVP     ATM3/1/2     202       UP             

Examples

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example is sample output from the show atm vp command for ATM 0/1/0 and VP 18 with an FC-PCQ installed.

Switch# show atm vp interface atm 0/1/0 18

Interface: ATM0/1/0, Type: oc3suni
VPI = 18
Status: UP
Time-since-last-status-change: 16:13:58
Connection-type: PVP
Cast-type: point-to-point
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC): pass
Number of OAM-configured connections: 52
OAM-configuration: Seg-loopback-on Ais-on
OAM-states:  OAM-Up
OAM-Loopback-Tx-Interval: 5
Cross-connect-interface: ATM0/1/2, Type: oc3suni
Cross-connect-VPI = 18
Cross-connect-UPC: pass
Cross-connect OAM-configuration: Seg-loopback-on Ais-on
Cross-connect OAM-state:  OAM-Up
OAM-Loopback-Tx-Interval: 5
Rx cells: 197554, Tx cells: 151430
Rx connection-traffic-table-index: 1
Rx service-category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01: 7113539
Rx scr-clp01: none
Rx mcr-clp01: none
Rx      cdvt: 1024 (from default for interface)
Rx       mbs: none
Tx connection-traffic-table-index: 1
Tx service-category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01: 7113539
Tx scr-clp01: none
Tx mcr-clp01: none
Tx      cdvt: none
Tx       mbs: none

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show atm vp command for ATM 0/0/1 and VP 51 with the switch processor feature card installed.

Switch# show atm vp interface atm 0/0/1 51

Interface: ATM0/0/1, Type: oc3suni
VPI = 51
Status: TUNNEL
Time-since-last-status-change: 3d02h
Connection-type: PVP
Cast-type: point-to-point
Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC): pass
Wrr weight: 32
Number of OAM-configured connections: 0
OAM-configuration: disabled
OAM-states:  Not-applicable
Threshold Group: 5, Cells queued: 0
Rx cells: 0, Tx cells: 0
Tx Clp0:0,  Tx Clp1: 0
Rx Clp0:0,  Rx Clp1: 0
Rx Upc Violations:0, Rx cell drops:0
Rx Clp0 q full drops:0, Rx Clp1 qthresh drops:0
Rx connection-traffic-table-index: 1
Rx service-category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Rx pcr-clp01: 7113539
Rx scr-clp01: none
Rx mcr-clp01: none
Rx      cdvt: 1024 (from default for interface)
Rx       mbs: none
Tx connection-traffic-table-index: 1
Tx service-category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Tx pcr-clp01: 7113539
Tx scr-clp01: none
Tx mcr-clp01: none
Tx      cdvt: none
Tx       mbs: none


Table 18-16 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-16 show atm vp interface atm Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

Interface

Displays the card, subcard, and port number of the ATM interface.

VPI/VCI

Displays the number of the virtual path identifier and the virtual channel identifier.

Status

Displays the type of interface for the specified ATM interface.

Time-since-last-status-change

Displays the time elapsed since the last status change.

Connection-type

Displays the type of connection for the specified ATM interface.

Cast-type

Displays the type of cast for the specified ATM interface.

Usage-Parameter-Control (UPC)

Displays the state of the UPC.

Number of OAM-configured connections

Displays the amount of connections configured by OAM.

OAM-configuration

Displays the state of the OAM configuration; enabled or disabled.

OAM-states

Displays the status of the OAM state; applicable or not applicable.

OAM Loopback-Tx-Interval

Displays the OAM loopback transmit interval.

Cross-connect-interface

Displays the cross-connect interface number.

Cross-connect-VPI

Displays the cross-connect VPI number.

Cross-connect-UPC

Displays the cross-connect UPC status.

Cross-connect OAM-configuration

Displays the configuration of the OAM in the cross-connect half-leg.

Cross-connect OAM-state

Displays the state of the OAM cross-connect half-leg.

OAM-Loopback-Tx-Interval

Displays the OAM loopback transmit interval.

Rx cells/Tx cells

Displays the number of cells transmitted and received.

Rx connection-traffic-table-index

Displays the receive connection-traffic-table-index.

Rx service-category

Displays the receive service category.

Rx pcr-clp01

Displays the receive peak cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Rx scr-clp01

Displays the receive sustained cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Rx mcr-clp01

Displays the receive minimum cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Rx cdvt

Displays the receive cell delay variation tolerance.

Rx mbs

Displays the receive maximum burst size.

Tx connection-traffic-table-index

Displays the transmit connection-traffic-table-index.

Tx service-category

Displays the transmit service category.

Tx pcr-clp01

Displays the transmit peak cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Tx scr-clp01

Displays the transmit sustained cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps).

Tx mcr-clp01

Displays the transmit minimum cell rate for clp01 cells (kbps)

Tx cdvt

Displays the transmit cell delay variation tolerance.

Tx mbs

Displays the transmit maximum burst size.


The following example shows how to display the cast type, point-to-multipoint, and connection type soft-VC information on ATM interface 0/0/0.

Switch# show atm vp cast-type p2mp conn-type soft-vc interface atm 0/0/0

The following example shows how display the connection type SVC and cast-type point-to-point information on ATM interface 0/0/0.

Switch# show atm vp conn-type svc cast-type p2p interface atm 0/0/0

Related Commands

Command
Description

show atm interface

Displays ATM-specific information about an ATM interface.

show atm status

Displays current information about ATM interfaces and the number of installed connections.


show bootflash:

To display information about the bootflash: file system, use the show bootflash: EXEC command.

show bootflash: [all | chips | filesys]

Syntax Description

all

Displays all flash information.

chips

Displays flash chip information.

filesys

Displays file system status information.


Defaults

Displays information about files in the file system.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command. Originally show boot.

12.0(3c)W5(9)

Modified: Changed to show bootflash:


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show boot command displaying chip information.

Switch# show bootflash: chips
******** RSP Internal Flash Bank -- Intel Chips ********
Flash SIMM Reg: 3424
  Flash SIMM PRESENT
  2 Banks
  Bank Size = 4M
  HW Rev = 4

Flash Status Registers: Bank 0
  Intelligent ID Code  : 89898989 A2A2A2A2
  Status Reg: 80808080

Flash Status Registers: Bank 1
  Intelligent ID Code  : 89898989 A2A2A2A2
  Status Reg: 80808080

Related Commands

Command
Description

boot

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. Refer to Appendix D.

bert (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)

Checks the bit errors on a line for a particular interval.

boot system

Specifies the system image that the switch loads at startup.

show version

Displays the system hardware configuration, software version, and names and sources of configuration files and boot images.


show buffers

Use the show buffers EXEC command to display statistics for the buffer pools on the network server.

show buffers [address hex-addr | all | assigned | free | input-interface interface-type card/subcard/port | old | pool pool-name [dump | header | packet]] | [failures]

Syntax Description

hex-addr

Address, in hexadecimal notation, of the buffer to display.

all

Displays all buffers.

assigned

Displays the buffers in use.

free

Displays the buffers available for use.

interface-type

Specifies an input interface as atm, atm-p, cbr, ethernet, or null.

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number for the interface.

old

Displays buffers older than one minute.

pool-name

Specifies the name of a buffer pool to use.

dump

Shows the buffer header and all data in the display.

header

Shows the buffer header only in the display.

packet

Shows the buffer header and packet data in the display.

failures

Displays buffer allocation failures.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show buffers command with no arguments, showing all buffer pool information.

Switch# show buffers
Buffer elements:
     500 in free list (500 max allowed)
     19874 hits, 0 misses, 0 created

Public buffer pools:
Small buffers, 104 bytes (total 120, permanent 120):
     120 in free list (20 min, 250 max allowed)
     18937 hits, 0 misses, 0 trims, 0 created
     0 failures (0 no memory)
Middle buffers, 600 bytes (total 100, permanent 100):
     100 in free list (10 min, 200 max allowed)
     58957 hits, 0 misses, 0 trims, 0 created
     0 failures (0 no memory)
Big buffers, 1524 bytes (total 20, permanent 20):
     20 in free list (5 min, 200 max allowed)
     1123 hits, 0 misses, 0 trims, 0 created
     0 failures (0 no memory)
VeryBig buffers, 4520 bytes (total 10, permanent 10):
     10 in free list (0 min, 300 max allowed)
     0 hits, 0 misses, 0 trims, 0 created
     0 failures (0 no memory)
Large buffers, 5024 bytes (total 0, permanent 0):
     0 in free list (0 min, 20 max allowed)
0 hits, 0 misses, 0 trims, 0 created
     0 failures (0 no memory)
Huge buffers, 18024 bytes (total 0, permanent 0):
     0 in free list (0 min, 13 max allowed)
     0 hits, 0 misses, 0 trims, 0 created
     0 failures (0 no memory)

Interface buffer pools:
AAL5_Small buffers, 512 bytes (total 512, permanent 512):
     0 in free list (0 min, 512 max allowed)
     512 hits, 0 misses
     512 max cache size, 512 in cache
AAL5_Medium buffers, 4096 bytes (total 128, permanent 128):
     0 in free list (0 min, 128 max allowed)
     128 hits, 0 misses
     128 max cache size, 128 in cache
AAL5_Large buffers, 9216 bytes (total 64, permanent 64):
     0 in free list (0 min, 64 max allowed)
     64 hits, 0 misses
     64 max cache size, 64 in cache

Table 18-17 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 18-17 show buffers Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

Buffer elements

Buffer elements are small structures used as placeholders for buffers in internal operating system queues. Buffer elements are used when a buffer might need to be on more than one queue.

Free list

Total number of the currently unallocated buffer elements.

Max allowed

Maximum number of buffers that are available for allocation.

Hits

Count of successful attempts to allocate a buffer when needed.

Misses

Count of buffer allocation attempts that resulted in growing the buffer pool to allocate a buffer.

Created

Count of new buffers created to satisfy buffer allocation attempts when the available buffers in the pool have already been allocated.

Small buffers

Buffers that are 104 bytes long.

Middle buffers

Buffers that are 600 bytes long.

Big buffers

Buffers that are 1524 bytes long.

VeryBig buffers

Buffers that are 4520 bytes long.

Large buffers

Buffers that are 5024 bytes long.

Huge buffers

Buffers that are 18024 bytes long.

Total

Total number of this type of buffer.

Permanent

Number of these buffers that are permanent.

Free list

Number of available or unallocated buffers in that pool.

Min

Minimum number of free or unallocated buffers in the buffer pool.

Max allowed

Maximum number of free or unallocated buffers in the buffer pool.

Hits

Count of successful attempts to allocate a buffer when needed.

Misses

Count of buffer allocation attempts that resulted in growing the buffer pool in order to allocate a buffer.

Trims

Count of buffers released to the system because they were not being used. This field is displayed only for dynamic buffer pools, not interface buffer pools, which are static.

Created

Count of new buffers created in response to misses. This field is displayed only for dynamic buffer pools, not interface buffer pools, which are static.

Total

Total number of this type of buffer.

Permanent

Number of these buffers that are permanent.

Free list

Number of available or unallocated buffers in that pool.

Min

Minimum number of free or unallocated buffers in the buffer pool.

Max allowed

Maximum number of free or unallocated buffers in the buffer pool.

Hits

Count of successful attempts to allocate a buffer when needed.

Fall backs

Count of buffer allocation attempts that resulted in falling back to the smallest public buffer pool that is at least as big as the interface buffer pool.

Max Cache Size

Maximum number of buffers from interface pool that can be in the buffer pool's cache.
Each interface buffer pool has its own cache. These are not additional permanent buffers; they come from the interface's buffer pools. Some interfaces place all buffers from the interface pool into the cache. In this case, it is normal for the free list to display 0.

Failures

Total number of allocation requests that failed because no buffer was available for allocation; the datagram was lost. Such failures normally occur at interrupt level.

No memory

Number of failures that occurred because no memory was available to create a new buffer.


show calendar

To display the calendar hardware setting, use the show calendar EXEC command.

show calendar

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

1.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

You can compare the time and date shown with this command with the time and date listed using the show clock command to verify that the calendar and system clock are synchronized. The time displayed is relative to the configured time zone.

Examples

In the following example, the hardware calendar indicates the time stamp of 12:13:44 p.m. on Friday, April 4, 1997.

Switch# show calendar
12:13:44 PST Fri April 4 1997

Related Commands

Command
Description

show clock

Displays the system clock.


show capability (Catalyst 8540 MSR

To display the capabilities of the primary or secondary route processor and the software version that is running, use the show capability EXEC command.

show capability {primary | secondary}

Syntax Description

primary

Displays the capabilities of the primary route processor.

secondary

Displays the capabilities of the secondary route processor.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(3c)W5(9)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show capability display includes hardware and functional versions of the various components.

Examples

The following example shows capabilities of the primary route processor for the ATM switch router.

Switch# show capability primary
  Dram Size is :64 MB
  Pmem Size is :4 MB
  Nvram Size is :512 KB
  BootFlash Size is :8 MB
  ACPM hw version 3.1
  ACPM functional version 3.8
  Netclk Module present flag :1
  NCLK hw version 1.0
  NCLK func version 1.2
  Printing the parameters for Switch card: 0
  SWC0 HW version 2.2
  SWC0 Functional version 0.40
  SWC0 Table memory size: 8 MB
  SWC0 Feat Card Present Flag: 1
  SWC0 Feat Card HW version 1.0
  SWC0 Feat Card Functional version 2.0
  Printing the parameters for Switch card: 1
  SWC1 HW version 0.0
  SWC1 Functional version 0.0
  SWC1 Table memory size: 0 MB
  SWC1 Feat Card Present Flag: 0
  SWC1 Feat Card HW version 0.0
  SWC1 Feat Card Functional version 0.0
  Printing the parameters for Switch card: 2
  SWC2 HW version 2.2
  SWC2 Functional version 0.40
  SWC2 Table memory size: 8 MB
  SWC2 Feat Card Present Flag: 1
  SWC2 Feat Card HW version 1.0
  SWC2 Feat Card Functional version 2.0
Number of Drivers in IOS: 3
  Driver 0 type: 2560
  Driver 0 Functional Version 0.27
  Driver 1 type: 2562
  Driver 1 Functional Version 0.1
  Driver 2 type: 2564
  Driver 2 Functional Version 0.1

show cdp

To display global CDP information, including timer and hold-time information, use the show cdp EXEC command.

show cdp

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show cdp command. Global CDP timer and hold-time parameters are set to the defaults of 60 and 180 seconds, respectively.

Switch# show cdp
Global CDP information:
        Sending CDP packets every 60 seconds
        Sending a holdtime value of 180 seconds

Related Commands

Command
Description

cdp holdtime

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. Refer to Appendix D.

cdp timer

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. Refer to Appendix D.

show cdp entry

Displays information about a neighbor device listed in the CDP table.

show cdp neighbors

Displays information about neighbors.


show cdp entry

To display information about a neighbor device listed in the CDP table, use the show cdp entry EXEC command.

show cdp entry entry-name [protocol | version]

Syntax Description

entry-name

Name of the neighbor about which you want information.

protocol

Limits the display to information about the protocols enabled on a device.

version

Limits the display to information about the version of software running on the device.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show cdp entry protocol command. Only information about the protocols enabled on device.cisco.com is displayed.

Switch# show cdp entry device.cisco.com protocol
Protocol information for device.cisco.com:
  IP address: 198.92.68.18
  CLNS address: 490001.1111.1111.1111.00
  DECnet address: 10.1

The following example is sample output from the show cdp entry version command. Only information about the version of software running on device.cisco.com is displayed.

Switch# show cdp entry device.cisco.com version 
Version information for device.cisco.com:
  GS Software (GS3), IOS Version xx.x(10302) [jhunt 161]
Copyright (c) 1986-1998 by cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Mon 07-Nov-97 14:34

Related Commands

Command
Description

show cdp neighbors

Displays information about neighbors.


show cdp interface

To display information about the interfaces on which CDP is enabled, use the show cdp interface EXEC command.

show cdp interface [interface-type card/subcard/port]

Syntax Description

interface-type

Type of interface, specified as atm, atm-p, cbr, ethernet, or null.

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number for the interface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example is sample output from the show cdp interface command. Status information and information about CDP timer and hold-time settings is displayed for all interfaces on which CDP is enabled.

Switch# show cdp interface
Ethernet 0 is up, line protocol is up, encapsulation is ARPA
  Sending CDP packets every 60 seconds
  Holdtime is 180 seconds

The following example is sample output from the show cdp interface command with an interface specified. Status information and information about CDP timer and hold-time settings is displayed for the Ethernet 0 interface only.

Switch# show cdp interface ethernet 0
Ethernet 0 is up, line protocol is up, encapsulation is ARPA
  Sending CDP packets every 60 seconds
  Holdtime is 180 seconds

Examples

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example is sample output from the show cdp interface command. Status information and information about CDP timer and hold-time settings is displayed for all interfaces on which CDP is enabled.

Switch# show cdp interface
Aux0 is up, line protocol is up, encapsulation is SMDS
  Sending CDP packets every 60 seconds
  Holdtime is 180 seconds
Ethernet 0 is up, line protocol is up, encapsulation is ARPA
  Sending CDP packets every 60 seconds
  Holdtime is 180 seconds

show cdp neighbors

To display information about neighbors, use the show cdp neighbors EXEC command.

show cdp neighbors [interface-type card/subcard/port] [detail]

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies the type of the interface connected to the neighbors in question.

card/subcard/port

Identifies the card, subcard, and port number of the interface connected to the neighbors in question.

detail

Displays detailed information about a neighbor (or neighbors), including network address, enabled protocols, hold time, and software version.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following is sample output from the show cdp neighbors command. Device ID, interface type and number, hold-time settings, capabilities, platform, and port ID information about the switch router's neighbors are displayed.

Switch# show cdp neighbors
Capability Codes: R - Switch, T - Trans Bridge, B - Source Route Bridge
                  S - Switch, H - Host, I - IGMP
 
Device ID        Local Intrfce     Holdtme    Capability  Platform  Port ID
device.cisco.com      Eth 0          151         R T        AGS       Eth 0
device.cisco.com      Ser 0          165         R T        AGS       Ser 3

The following is sample output from the show cdp neighbors detail command, with information about the ATM neighbors, including network address, enabled protocols, and software version.

Switch# show cdp neighbors detail 
Device ID: device.cisco.com
Entry address(es): 
  IP address: 198.92.68.18
  CLNS address: 490001.1111.1111.1111.00
  DECnet address: 10.1
Platform: AGS, Capabilities: Switch Trans-Bridge 
Interface: Ethernet 0, Port ID (outgoing port): Ethernet 0
Holdtime: 143 sec
Version:
GS Software (GS3), Experimental Version xx.x(10302) [asmith 161]
Copyright (c) 1986-1998 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Mon 07-Nov-97 14:34

Related Commands

Command
Description

show cdp entry

Displays information about a neighbor device listed in the CDP table.


show cdp traffic

To display traffic information from the CDP table, use the show cdp traffic EXEC command.

show cdp traffic

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show cdp traffic command.

Switch# show cdp traffic
CDP counters:
        Packets output: 94, Input: 75
        Hdr syntax: 0, Chksum error: 0, Encaps failed: 0
        No memory: 0, Invalid packet: 0, Fragmented: 0

In this example, traffic information is displayed, including the numbers of packets sent, the number of packets received, header syntax, checksum errors, failed encapsulations, memory problems, and invalid and fragmented packets. Header syntax indicates the number of packets CDP receives that have an invalid header format.

show ces address

To show all the configured CES-IWF ATM addresses, use the show ces address EXEC command.

show ces address

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show ces address command.

Switch# show ces address
CES-IWF ATM Address(es):
47.0091.8100.0000.0061.705a.cd01.4000.0c80.0030.10  CBR0/0/0:0  vpi 0 vci 16
47.0091.8100.0000.0061.705a.cd01.4000.0c80.0034.10  CBR0/0/1:1  vpi 0 vci 1040
47.0091.8100.0000.0061.705a.cd01.4000.0c80.0034.20  CBR0/0/1:2  vpi 0 vci 1056
47.0091.8100.0000.0061.705a.cd01.4000.0c80.0038.10  CBR0/0/2:0  vpi 0 vci 2064

show ces circuit

To show detailed circuit information, use the show ces circuit EXEC command.

show ces circuit [interface cbr card/subcard/port [circuits]]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number of the CBR interface.

circuits

Number of circuits to display, from 0 to 31.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output about CBR interface 1/0/0 from the show ces circuit command.

Switch# show ces circuit interface cbr 1/0/0
Interface  Circuit  Circuit-Type     X-interface   X-vpi   X-vci Status
 CBR0/0/1    1       Active SoftVC     ATM1/0/1      0        33  UP
 CBR0/0/1    2       Active SoftVC     ATM1/0/1      0        34  UP

The following example is sample output about CBR interface 0/0/1 on circuit 1 using the show ces circuit command.

Switch# show ces circuit interface cbr 0/0/1 1
Circuit:Name CBR0/0/1:1, Circuit-state ADMIN_UP / Interface CBR0/0/1,
Circuit_id 1, Port-Type T1, Port-State UP
Port Clocking network-derived, aal1 Clocking Method CESIWF_AAL1_CLOCK_SYNC
Channel in use on this port: 1-24
Channels used by this circuit: 1-12
Cell-Rate: 2043, Bit-Rate 768000
cas OFF, cell_header 0x4100 (vci = 1040)
Configured CDV 2000 usecs, Measured CDV unavailable
De-jitter: UnderFlow unavailable, OverFlow unavaliable
ErrTolerance 8, idleCircuitdetect OFF, onHookIdleCode 0x0
state: VcActive, maxQueueDepth       42, startDequeueDepth       25
Partial Fill:       47, Structured Data Transfer 288
Active SoftVC
Src:atm addr 47.0091.8100.0000.0061.705a.cd01.4000.0c80.0034.10 vpi 0, vci 1040
Dst:atm addr 47.0091.8100.0000.0060.5c71.2001.4000.0c80.1034.10

show ces interface cbr

To show detailed CES port information, use the show ces interface cbr privileged EXEC command.

show ces interface cbr card/subcard/port

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number of the CBR interface.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show ces interface cbr command.

Switch# show ces interface cbr0/0/0
Interface:      CBR0/0/0        Port-type:T1-DCU
IF Status:      UP              Admin Status: UP
Channels in use on this port: 1-24
LineType: ESF        LineCoding: B8ZS  LoopConfig: NoLoop
SignalMode: NoSignalling   XmtClockSrc: network-derived
DataFormat: UnStructured   AAL1 Clocking Mode: Adaptive     LineLength: 0_110

LineState:  LossOfSignal
Errors in the Current Interval:
  PCVs        0 LCVs        0   ESs         0   SESs        0   SEFSs        0
  UASs        0 CSSs        0   LESs        0   BESs        0   DMs          0
Errors in the last 24Hrs:
  PCVs     1028 LCVs   190733   ESs         0   SESs        2   SEFSs        0
  UASs        0 CSSs        0   LESs        0   BESs        0   DMs          6
Input  Counters: 12160995 cells, 571566765 bytes
Output Counters: 83926483 cells, 3944544701 bytes

show ces status

To display the status of the ports on the CES interface, use the show ces status EXEC command.

show ces status

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show ces status command.

Switch# show ces status 
Interface      IF      Admin        Port  Channels in
     Name       Status   Status        Type      use
------------- -------- --------- ----------- -----------
     CBR0/0/0       UP        UP          T1        1-24
     CBR0/0/1       UP        UP          T1        1-24
     CBR0/0/2       UP        UP          T1        1-24
     CBR0/0/3       UP        UP          T1






















































show ciscoview package

To show switch router package information, use the show ciscoview package command.

show ciscoview package

Syntax Description

None

 

Defaults

None.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

The following example shows how to view Cisco package information.

Switch# show ciscoview package
CVFILE SIZE (in bytes)
Cat8500-4.0.sgz 1930848
Cat8500-4.0_ace.html 3704
Cat8500-4.0_error.html 401
Cat8500-4.0_jks.jar 15312
Cat8500-4.0_nos.jar 15936
cisco.X509 529
identifydb.obj 2523
applet.html 8039

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ciscoview version

Shows engine version.


show ciscoview version

To show switch router engine version information, use the show ciscoview version command.

show ciscoview version

Syntax Description

None

 

Defaults

None.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

The following example shows how display engine version information.

Switch# show ciscoview version
Engine Version: 5.3 ADP Device: Cat8500 ADP Version: 4 ADK: 38

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ciscoview package

Shows Cisco package information.



show clock

To display the system clock, use the show clock EXEC command.

show clock [detail]

Syntax Description

detail

Indicates the clock source (NTP, VINES, and so on) and the current summertime setting (if any).


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The system clock keeps an authoritative flag that indicates whether or not the time is believed to be accurate. If system clock has been set by a timing source, the flag is set. If the time is not authoritative, it is used only for display purposes. Until the clock is authoritative and the authoritative flag is set, the flag prevents the switch from causing peers to synchronize to itself when the switch time is invalid.

The symbol that precedes the show clock display indicates the following:

An asterisk (*) indicates not authoritative.

A blank space indicates authoritative.

A period (.) indicates authoritative, but NTP is not synchronized.

Examples

The following sample output shows that the current clock is authoritative and that the time source
is NTP.

Switch# show clock detail
15:29:03.158 PST Fri Ap 4 1997
Time source is NTP

Related Commands

Command
Description

clock set

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. Refer to Appendix D.

show calendar

Displays the calendar hardware setting.


show compress

To display compression statistics, use the show compress EXEC command.

show compress

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show compress command.

Switch# show compress
Serial0
uncompressed bytes xmt/rcv 10710562/11376835
1  min avg ratio xmt/rcv 2.773/2.474
5  min avg ratio xmt/rcv 4.084/3.793
10 min avg ratio xmt/rcv 4.125/3.873
no bufs xmt 0 no bufs rcv 0
resets 0

Table 18-18 describes the fields shown in the display.

Table 18-18 show compress Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Serial0

Name and number of the interface.

uncompressed bytes xmt/rcv

Total number of uncompressed bytes sent and received.

1 min avg ratio xmt/rcv

5 min avg ratio xmt/rcv

10 min avg ratio xmt/rcv

Static compression ratio for bytes sent and received, averaged over a period of 1 minute, 5 minutes, and 10 minutes.

no bufs xmt

Number of times buffers were not available to compress data being sent.

no bufs rcv

Number of times buffers were not available to uncompress data being received.

resets

Number of resets.


show controllers

To display information about a physical port device, use the show controllers EXEC command.

show controllers [atm0 | ethernet0 | {atm | ethernet} card/subcard/port |
{atm card/subcard/imagroup} | e1 card/subcard/port [brief | tabular] |
t3 card/subcard/port[:t1-line] [brief | tabular]]

Syntax Description

atm0

Specifies an ATM interface on the route processor.

ethernet0

Specifies an Ethernet interface on the route processor.

atm

Specifies an ATM interface.

ethernet

Specifies an Ethernet interface.

e1

Specifies a channelized E1 interface.

t3

Specifies a channelized DS3 (CDS3) interface.

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number for the interface.

:t1-line

Identifies the T1 line number, which is a number between 1 and 24. If you do not specify this option, all configured T1 lines display.

card/subcard/imagroup

Specifies the card, subcard, and IMA group number (0 to 3) for the IMA interface.

brief

Displays a subset of information.

tabular

Displays statistical information in a tabular format.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The output from this command shows what transmit clock is configured for an interface.

The show controllers t3 command also displays the port adapter and LSIPC states. If the LSIPC is in a down state, this command shows the number of keepalive attempts that have been made. This command also displays the firmware and hardware version for the Frame Relay port adapter.

Examples

The following example shows output used for debugging for OC-3 counters from the show controllers atm command on ATM 0/1/0.

Switch# show controllers atm 0/1/0
IF Name: ATM0/1/0    Chip Base Address: A8908000
Port type: OC3    Port rate: 155 Mbps    Port medium: SM Fiber
Port status:SECTION LOS    Loopback:None    Flags:8300
TX Led: Traffic Pattern    RX Led: Traffic Pattern  TX clock source:  free-running
Framing mode:  sts-3c
Cell payload scrambling on
Sts-stream scrambling on
OC3 counters:

  Key: txcell - # cells transmitted
       rxcell - # cells received
       b1     - # section BIP-8 errors
       b2     - # line BIP-8 errors
       b3     - # path BIP-8 errors
       ocd    - # out-of-cell delineation errors - not implemented
       g1     - # path FEBE errors
       z2     - # line FEBE errors
       chcs   - # correctable HEC errors
uhcs   - # uncorrectable HEC errors

txcell:3745, rxcell:98171428
b1:0, b2:0, b3:0, ocd:0
g1:0, z2:0, chcs:0, uhcs:0

OC3 errored secs:
b1:0, b2:0, b3:0, ocd:0
g1:0, z2:0, chcs:0, uhcs:0

OC3 error-free secs:
b1:1249, b2:1249, b3:1249, ocd:0
g1:1249, z2:1249, chcs:1249, uhcs:1249

Clock reg:80

  mr 0x30, mcfgr 0x70, misr 0xE0, mcmr 0xEF, 
  mctlr 0x48, cscsr 0x50, crcsr 0x48, rsop_cier 0x00, 
  rsop_sisr 0x47, rsop_bip80r 0x00, rsop_bip81r 0x00, tsop_ctlr 0x80, 
  tsop_diagr 0x80, rlop_csr 0x02, rlop_ieisr 0x0E, rlop_bip8_240r 0x00, 
  rlop_bip8_241r 0x00, rlop_bip8_242r 0x00, rlop_febe0r 0x00, rlop_febe1r 0x00, 
  rlop_febe2r 0x00, tlop_ctlr 0x80, tlop_diagr 0x80, rpop_scr 0x1C, 
  rpop_isr 0x9F, rpop_ier 0xFD, rpop_pslr 0xFF, rpop_pbip80r 0x00, 
  rpop_pbip81r 0x00, rpop_pfebe0r 0x00, rpop_pfebe1r 0x00, tpop_cdr 0x00, 
  tpop_pcr 0x00, tpop_ap0r 0x00, tpop_ap1r 0x90, tpop_pslr 0x13, 
  tpop_psr 0x00, racp_csr 0x84, racp_iesr 0x15, racp_mhpr 0x00, 
  racp_mhmr 0x00, racp_checr 0x00, racp_uhecr 0x00, racp_rcc0r 0x00, 
  racp_rcc1r 0x00, racp_rcc2r 0x00, racp_cfgr 0xFC, tacp_csr 0x04, 
  tacp_iuchpr 0x00, tacp_iucpopr 0x6A, tacp_fctlr 0x00, tacp_tcc0r 0x00, 
  tacp_tcc1r 0x00, tacp_tcc2r 0x00, tacp_cfgr 0x08, 

Table 18-19 describes some key fields in the output.

Table 18-19 show controllers Field Descriptions

Field
Description

B1

Selection errors. Calculated over all bits of previous frame after scrambling. Always even parity.

B2

Line errors. Calculated over SPE and line overhead bytes of the previous frame before scrambling.

B3

Path BIP-8 errors. Calculated over SPE of the STE-3c of the previous frame before scrambling.

G1,Z2

Number of FEBE detected by the receive path. Error numbers are inserted into the appropriate bit positions of the outgoing G1,Z2 bytes.


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show controllers atm0 command.

Switch# show controllers atm0
printing the copy stats here...
TxCopiedPkts :0
TxNonCopiedPkts :0
RxCopiedPkts :0
RxNonCopiedPkts :0
Island0: 60ABA4E4 first Ctl address : 607C7890
first blk address A8051000(288)- A80FFE00(7FF)  :total 577(1399)


The following example is sample output used for debugging for the T1 interface from the show controllers atm command on ATM 0/1/0.

Switch# show controllers atm 0/1/0
IF Name: ATM0/1/0, framer Base Address: A8909000
Port type: T1    Port rate: 1.5 Mbps    Port medium: UTP
Port status:Good Signal    Loopback:None    Flags:8008
TX Led: Traffic Pattern    RX Led: Traffic Pattern   CD Led: Green
TX clock source:  free-running
T1 Framing Mode:  ESF PLCP format
FERF on AIS is on
FERF on RED is on
FERF on OOF is on
FERF on LOS is on
LBO: between 0-110

Counters:

  Key: txcell   - # cells transmitted
       rxcell   - # cells received
       lcv      - # line code violations
       ferr     - # framing bit error event counter
       bee     - # bit error event, CRC-6 in ESF, Framing bit error in SF
       b1       - # PLCP BIP errors
       fe       - # PLCP framing pattern octet errors
       plcp_febe- # PLCP FEBE errors
       hcs      - # uncorrectable HEC errors
       uicell   - # unassigned/idle cells dropped

txcell:21460, rxcell:20736
lcv:0, ferr:0, bee:0
febe:0, b1:0, fe:0, plcp_febe:7, hcs:0, uicell:338177354

PDH errored secs:
lcv:0, ferr:0, bee:0
febe:0, b1:0, fe:0, plcp_febe:1, hcs:0

PDH error-free secs:
lcv:101438, ferr:101438, bee:101438
febe:0, b1:101438, fe:101438, plcp_febe:101437, hcs:101438

 Misc reg: 10

  cfgr 0x08, ier 0x00, isr 0x00, ctlr 0x00, 
  imrr 0x21, dlcr 0x78, rboc_cier 0x38, rboc_isr 0x3F, 
  t3frmr_cfgr 0x80, t3frmr_ier 0x00, t3frmr_isr 0x00, t3frmr_statr 0x02, 
  rfdl_cfgr 0x84, rfdl_esr 0x80, rfdl_statr 0x87, rfdl_datar 0x87, 
  pmon_pmr 0x38, pmon_iesr 0x38, pmon_lcvec0r 0xFF, pmon_lcvec1r 0xFF, 
  pmon_fbeec0r 0xFF, pmon_fbeec1r 0xFF, pmon_sezdc0r 0x9A, pmon_sezdc1r 0xF5, 
  pmon_peec0r 0x00, pmon_peec1r 0x00, pmon_ppeec0r 0x00, pmon_ppeec1r 0x00, 
  pmon_febeec0r 0x00, pmon_febeec1r 0x00, t3tran_cfgr 0x00, t3tran_diagr 0x00, 
  xfdl_cfgr 0x00, xfdl_isr 0x02, xfdl_txdatar 0x00, xboc_coder 0x7F, 
  splr_cfgr 0x84, splr_ier 0x80, splr_isr 0x80, splr_statr 0x00, 
  splt_cfgr 0x84, splt_ctlr 0x80, splt_diagr 0x00, splt_f1r 0x00, 
  cppm_locmr 0x0C, cppm_copmr 0x70, cppm_b1ec0r 0x00, cppm_b1ec1r 0x00, 
  cppm_feec0r 0x00, cppm_feec1r 0x00, cppm_febec0r 0x00, cppm_febec1r 0x00, 
  cppm_hcsec0r 0x00, cppm_hcsec1r 0x00, cppm_iucc0r 0x04, cppm_iucc1r 0x0D, 
  cppm_rcc0r 0x01, cppm_rcc1r 0x00, cppm_tcc0r 0x01, cppm_tcc1r 0x00, 
  rxcp_ctlr 0x28, rxcp_frcr 0x00, rxcp_iesr 0x00, rxcp_iucph1r 0x00, 
  rxcp_iucph2r 0x00, rxcp_iucph3r 0x00, rxcp_iucph4r 0x01, rxcp_iucmh1r 0xFF, 
  rxcp_iucmh2r 0xFF, rxcp_iucmh3r 0xFF, rxcp_iucmh4r 0xFF, rxcp_upcph1r 0x00, 
  rxcp_upcph2r 0x00, rxcp_upcph3r 0x00, rxcp_upcph4r 0x00, rxcp_upcmh1r 0xFF, 
  rxcp_upcmh2r 0xFF, rxcp_upcmh3r 0xFF, rxcp_upcmh4r 0xFF, rxcp_hcscsr 0xFC, 
  rxcp_lctctr 0xB4, txcp_ctlr 0xA0, txcp_iesr 0x08, txcp_iucph1r 0x00, 
  txcp_iucph2r 0x00, txcp_iucph3r 0x00, txcp_iucph4r 0x01, txcp_iucph5r 0x52, 
  txcp_iucpr 0x00, e3frmr_foptr 0x00, e3frmr_moptr 0x00, e3frmr_fier 0x00, 
  e3frmr_fiisr 0x01, e3frmr_meier 0x00, e3frmr_meiir 0x00, e3frmr_mesr 0x00, 
  e3tran_foptr 0x00, e3tran_sdoptr 0x01, e3tran_bip8emr 0x00, e3tran_maoptr 0x00, 
ttb_ctlr 0x04, ttb_ttisr 0x00, ttb_iar 0x00, ttb_idr 0x00, 
  ttb_eptlr 0x00, ttb_ptlcsr 0x00, sffpcsr 0x20, pcr 0x20, 

IF Name: ATM0/1/0, framer Base Address: A8909000

 Dump of framer registers 16 per line 
00-0F : 30 00 00 00  00 00 00 0C  00 00 00 00  02 02 00 00 
10-1F : 22 02 22 22  50 50 50 50  20 2F 2F 23  7C 78 FF FF 
20-2F : 11 00 01 01  01 01 01 01  01 01 38 3F  50 40 40 40 
30-3F : FC FF FF FF  00 02 00 00  84 80 87 87  40 00 08 44 
40-4F : D0 D4 D0 D0  30 30 00 00  00 03 00 00  00 00 00 00 
50-5F : 00 00 FF 00  C4 C0 7F 7F  1C 1C C0 C0  18 18 18 18 
60-6F : 18 18 18 18  18 18 18 00  00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 
70-7F : 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 

Examples

The following example is sample output used for debugging for the IMA interface from the show controllers command on ATM interface 0/0/ima1.

Switch# show controllers atm 0/0/ima1
ATM0/0/ima1 is up
        PAM State is UP
        Firmware Version: 1.6
        FPGA Version : 1.2
        Boot version : 1.2
        mmcport      = 0        hwgrp number = 0
 rxgsr        - Receive Group status register
 txgsr        - Transmit Group status register
 lsbdcbcell   - # of cells in the delay comp buffer LSB
 msbdcbcell   - Number of cells in the delay comp buffer MSB
 txlnks       - Links in the Group in TX direction
 rxlnks       - Links in the Group in RX direction
 scci_reg     - SCCI register
 imaid_reg    - IMA ID register
 gsc_reg      - GSC register
 txtiming_reg - tx timing ref register
 txtest_reg   - tx test link register1
 txtestp_reg  - tx test pattern register
 rxtestp_reg  - rx test pattern register
rxgsr =0x3, txsgr =0x5, dcbcelllsb =0x33, dcbcellmsb =0x5,
txlnks =0x7, rxlnks =0x0, scci_reg =0x7, imaid_reg =0x1,
gsc_reg=0xA2, txtiming_reg=0x20, txtst_reg=0x20, txtstp_reg=0x0,rxtstp_reg=0x40,

linkinfo_reg=0xFClinkinfo_reg=0xFClinkinfo_reg=0xFClinkinfo_reg=0x0
linkinfo_reg=0x0linkinfo_reg=0x0linkinfo_reg=0x0linkinfo_reg=0x0

Related Commands

Command
Description

show switch fabric (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

Shows the details of the switch fabric for an ATM switch router.

show ima interface

Displays the IMA interface, IMA group, and ATM layer hardware configuration.


show controllers

To display the controller register values, use the show controllers EXEC command.

show controllers interface-type slot/subslot/interface

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies an interface type as fastethernet, gigabitethernet, or atm.

slot/subslot/interface

Identifies the interface specified in interface-type.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command uses IPC to get the values of MAC registers and MII registers. If the interface processor stops responding to IPC, the counter values shown are no longer current.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers command for a fast Ethernet interface:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 11/0/4
IF Name:FastEthernet11/0/4    
Port Status UP
Loopback Reg [3-0]|[7-4]:0x8|0x8
Duplex/Speed Reg [3-0]|[7-4]:0xFFFF|0x0
FPGA Rev :6.8
 
Slicer registers
SMDR 0x0060 (Tx En, Rx En) 
SSTR 0x1000 
EVER 0x1704 (Ver C1)
SSMR 0x4000 SIMR 0x0000 MBXW 0x0000 MBXR 0x0000 
SPER 0xF000 GMUX VER 0xF000 MARKER 0x0000
 
MAC registers
CMCR :0x00000443 CMPR :0x140A0E60
 
MII registers:
Control Register              (0x0):0x2000 
Status Register               (0x1):0x780D (Link Up)
PHY Identification Register 1 (0x2):0x7810
PHY Identification Register 2 (0x3):0x43
Auto Neg. Advertisement Reg   (0x4):0x81   (Speed 100,Duplex half)
Auto Neg. Partner Ability Reg (0x5):0x0    (Peer not auto-negotiating)
Auto Neg. Expansion Register  (0x6):0x0
Mirror Register              (0x10):0x630
Interrupt Enable Register    (0x11):0x0
Interrupt Status Register    (0x12):0x4000
Configuration Register       (0x13):0x0    (UTP, Tx Enable)
Chip Status Register         (0x14):0x28C8 (Link Up, Half, 100)
Link Status Register    [3-0]|[7-4]:0x1|0x0
 
MAC Receive Counters:                              
bytes                   = 130461473
pkt64                   = 5204         
pkt65to127              = 10532
pkt128to255             = 54499
pkt256to511             = 1651
pkt512to1023            = 766
pkt1024to1522           = 4456
good_giants             = 0
error_giants            = 0
good_runts              = 0
error_runts             = 0
ucast_pkts              = 25743
mcast_pkts              = 57570
bcast_pkts              = 59331
align_errs              = 0
fcs_errs                = 0
overruns                = 0

MAC Transmit Counters:
Bytes                   = 159215359
pkt64                   = 43038
pkt65to127              = 38282
pkt128to255             = 54526
pkt256to511             = 26485
pkt512to1023            = 731
pkt1024to1518           = 4507
ucast_pkts              = 30936
mcast_pkts              = 10927
bcast_pkts              = 60170
fcs_errs                = 0
giants                  = 0
underruns               = 0
one_collision           = 0
mult_collisions         = 0
excess_collisions       = 0

Slicer Receive Counters:
Cells                   = 1698452
Frames                  = 99087
Header Sequence Errors  = 0
fcs_errs                = 0
Length                  = 0

Slicer Transmit Counters:
Cells                   = 1721097
Frames                  = 61233

Table 18-20 describes some of the important fields in the previous display.

Table 18-20 show controllers Registers and Descriptions for Fast Ethernet Interfaces 

Register Type
Register Name
Description
Slicer Registers

SMDR

Should show a value of 0x60

SSTR

Value of 0x1008 or 0x1009 indicates that the Ethernet processor microcode has not been successfully downloaded

MAC Registers

CMCR

For Catalyst 8510 Fast Ethernet cards when the interface is not shut down:

Full duplex = 0x00000423

Half duplex = 0x00000403

Auto = negotiated duplex value

For Catalyst 8540 Fast ethernet cards when the interface is not shut down:

Full duplex = 0x00000463

Half duplex = 0x00000443

Auto = negotiated duplex value

MII Registers

Status register (0x1)

Bit 14 = 100 Mbps, full duplex

Bit 13 = 100 Mbps, half duplex

Bit 12 = 10 Mbps, full duplex

Bit 11 = 10 Mbps, half duplex

Bit 5 = autonegotiation complete

Bit 3 = autonegotiation capable

Bit 2 = link up

Bits 11 through 14 indicate link capability.

Auto-
negotiation advertisement register (0x4)

Bit 13 = remote fault

Bit 8 = 100 Mbps, full duplex

Bit 7 = 100 Mbps

Bit 6 = 10 Mbps, full duplex

Bit 5 = 10 Mbps

Bit 0 = 1 (fixed value)

Bits 5 through 8 indicate link capability.

Auto- negotiated partner ability register (0x5)

Same values as autonegotiation advertisement register. Bits 5 through 8 indicate link partner capability. This register is set to nonzero only if the local and peer are configured to autonegotiate.

Chip status register (0x14)

Bit 13 = link up

Bit 12 = full duplex

Bit 11 = 100 Mbps

Bit 9 = autonegotiation complete

Bit 5 = symbol error

Bit 4 = MLT3 error

Bit 0 = PLL lock


The following is sample output from the show controllers command for a Gigabit Ethernet interface:

Router# show controllers gigabitethernet 9/0/0
IF Name:GigabitEthernet9/0/0    
Port Status DOWN
FPGA Rev :0.2
Gigabit Ether Status         :0x310 (Link Down, Rx Sync-N, Optical detect-N)
Mode Parallel Register       :0x36
Port 0 Serial Mode Register  :0x1
Port 1 Serial Mode Register  :0x1
Link Interrupt Enable        :0x1
Tx Disable                   :0x3
 
Slicer registers
SMDR 0x0060 (Tx En, Rx En) 
SSTR 0x1000 
EVER 0x1704 (Ver C1)
SSMR 0x4000 SIMR 0x0000 MBXW 0x0000 MBXR 0x0000 
SPER 0xF000 GMUX VER 0x17B1 MARKER 0x17B1
 
MAC registers
CMCR :0x00000423 CMPR :0x140A0E61
 
MII registers:
Control Register              (0x0):0x4140
Status Register               (0x1):0x159
Auto Neg. Advt. Register      (0x4):0x20
Auto Neg. Partner Ability Reg (0x5):0x0
RX Configuration Register     (0xA):0x21
TR_IPG_TIME Register         (0x10):0x6
PAUSE_TIME Register          (0x11):0x0
PAUSE_SA1 Register           (0x12):0x0
PAUSE_SA2 Register           (0x13):0x0
PAUSE_SA3 Register           (0x14):0x0
Pause Watermark Register     (0x15):0xC040
TX FIFO Watermark Register   (0x16):0xFF02
PAUSE_STAT_SENT Register     (0x17):0x0
PAUSE_STAT_RCVD Register     (0x18):0x0
Memory Address Register      (0x19):0x0
Memory Control Register      (0x1A):0x1
Memory Data High Register    (0x1B):0x0
Memory Data Low Register     (0x1C):0x0
Sys Control Register         (0x1E):0x70C
Sys Status Register          (0x1F):0x0
Link Status Register    [3-0]|[7-4]:0x0|0x0
 
Counters :
 
Channel 0:
MAC Receive Counters:                              
bytes                   = 130461473
pkt64                   = 5204         
pkt65to127              = 10532
pkt128to255             = 54499
pkt256to511             = 1651
pkt512to1023            = 766
pkt1024to1522           = 4456
good_giants             = 0
error_giants            = 0
good_runts              = 0
error_runts             = 0
ucast_pkts              = 25743
mcast_pkts              = 57570
bcast_pkts              = 59331
align_errs              = 0
fcs_errs                = 0
overruns                = 0

MAC Transmit Counters:
Bytes                   = 159215359
pkt64                   = 43038
pkt65to127              = 38282
pkt128to255             = 54526
pkt256to511             = 26485
pkt512to1023            = 731
pkt1024to1518           = 4507
ucast_pkts              = 30936
mcast_pkts              = 10927
bcast_pkts              = 60170
fcs_errs                = 0
giants                  = 0
underruns               = 0
one_collision           = 0
mult_collisions         = 0
excess_collisions       = 0
Ingress Markers         = 16103
Egress Markers          = 32207

Slicer Receive Counters:
Cells                   = 1698452
Frames                  = 99087
Header Sequence Errors  = 0
fcs_errs                = 0
Length                  = 0

Slicer Transmit Counters:
Cells                   = 1721097
Frames                  = 61233

Channel 1:
MAC Receive Counters:                              
bytes                   = 130461893
pkt64                   = 5204         
pkt65to127              = 10532
...........

Channel 7:
MAC Receive Counters:                              
bytes                   = 13050012
pkt64                   = 5208         
pkt65to127              = 10552
pkt128to255             = 54501
pkt256to511             = 1656
pkt512to1023            = 772
pkt1024to1522           = 4459
good_giants             = 0
error_giants            = 0
good_runts              = 0
error_runts             = 0
ucast_pkts              = 25743
mcast_pkts              = 57570
bcast_pkts              = 59331
align_errs              = 0
fcs_errs                = 0
overruns                = 0

MAC Transmit Counters:
Bytes                   = 15915320
pkt64                   = 43030
pkt65to127              = 38762
pkt128to255             = 54529
pkt256to511             = 26487
pkt512to1023            = 600
pkt1024to1518           = 4490
ucast_pkts              = 31230
mcast_pkts              = 11306
bcast_pkts              = 60171
fcs_errs                = 0
giants                  = 0
underruns               = 0
one_collision           = 0
mult_collisions         = 0
excess_collisions       = 0
Ingress Markers         = 16105
Egress Markers          = 32203

Slicer Receive Counters:
Cells                   = 1698452
Frames                  = 99087
Header Sequence Errors  = 0
fcs_errs                = 0
Length                  = 0

Slicer Transmit Counters:
Cells                   = 1721097
Frames                  = 61233

Table 0-21 describes some of the important fields in the previous display.

Table 0-21 show controllers Registers and Descriptions for Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces 

Register Type
Register Name
Description
 

Gigabit Ethernet status

Bit 7 = link up

Bit 6 = rx sync

Bit 5 = optical detect

Bit 2 = link up

Bit 1 = rx sync

Bit 0 = optical detect

Bits 5 through 7 apply to port 1; bits 0 through 2 apply to port 0.

MAC Registers

CMCR

Should be 0x00000423

MII Registers

Control register (0x0)

Bit 13 = loopback enable

Bit 12 = autonegotiation enable

ATM router module port has loopback enable bit set.

Status register (0x1)

Bit 5 = autonegotiation complete

Bit 3 = autonegotiation capable

Bit 2 = link up

Auto- negotiation advertisement register (0x4)

Bit 12 through 13 = remote fault

Bit 6 = half duplex

Bit 5 = full duplex

Bits 4 through 0 = 00000 (fixed)

Auto- negotiation partner ability register (0x5)

Same values as autonegotiation advertisement register. This register is set to nonzero only if the local and peer are configured to autonegotiate.

System control register (0x1e)

Bit 4 = link up

Hardware channel counters
 

For Gigabit Ethernet or ATM router module ports there are 8 channels that show 8 sets of counters.


show controllers access-list

To display the access control list (ACL) entries on an interface module, use the show controllers access-list command.

show controllers interface-type slot/subslot/interface access-list {in | out}

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies an interface type as fastethernet or gigabitethernet.

slot/subslot/interface

Identifies the interface specified in interface-type.

in

Displays TCAM entries for input ACL configuration.

out

Displays TCAM entries for output ACL configuration.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command displays TCAM entries for an ACL configured on an interface. It interprets the contents of TCAM and displays them in the same format as the Cisco IOS ACL commands, such as the show access-lists command.


Note Because of optimization, there might not be a one-to-one mapping of the output of the show controllers access-list command and the original access list.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers access-list command:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 3/0/0 access-list in
Input ACL entries for Interface FastEthernet3/0/0  Index:6 Label:2
[V:0 M:1][0 IP] deny ip 100.1.3.0 0.0.0.255 any
[V:0 M:2][1 IP] permit ip any any
[V:0 M:3][2 IPX] permit 1 2.1000.0000.0003
[V:0 M:4][3 IPX] deny 1 2
[V:0 M:5][4 IPX] deny any  any

This output corresponds to the following access-list configuration:

Router# show running-config interface fastethernet 3/0/0
Building configuration...

Current configuration:
!
interface FastEthernet3/0/0
 ip address 1.0.0.1 255.0.0.0
 ip access-group 100 in
 no ip directed-broadcast
 ipx access-group 800 in
 ipx network 4
end

Table 0-22 describes the fields in the show controllers access-list display.

Table 0-22 show controllers access-list Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Index

Index used for this interface for ACL lookups

Label

Label used to identify TCAM entries for this ACL

[V:num1 M:num2]

TCAM value location and TCAM mask location

[protocol]

IP or IPX


show controllers adjacency

To display the IP address table on an interface module, use the show controllers adjacency EXEC command.

show controllers interface-type slot/subslot/interface adjacency {ip-address | detail} [cam module-num]

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies an interface type as fastethernet, gigabitethernet, or atm.

slot/subslot/interface

Identifies the interface specified in interface-type.

ip-address

Specifies an IP address to display from the table.

detail

Displays additional information.

cam module-num

Specifies the module containing the content addressable memory to display.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the IP address table on each interface module. This table contains IP address entries present in the ARP table (displayed by show arp command) and adjacency table (displayed by show adjacency command). This table has a one-to-one correspondence with the adjacency table.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers adjacency command:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 3/0/0 adjacency
IPaddr:1.0.0.2 MACaddr:00e0.4f5d.f000  FastEthernet3/0/0(6)
IPaddr:2.0.0.6 MACaddr:0007.0007.0007  FastEthernet3/0/2(8)
IPaddr:1.0.0.5 MACaddr:0005.0005.0005  FastEthernet3/0/0(6)
IPaddr:2.0.0.5 MACaddr:0006.0006.0006  FastEthernet3/0/2(8)
   Total number of IP adjacency entries:4
   Missing IP adjacency entries:0

show controllers cef

To display the IP prefix table on interface modules, use the show controllers cef EXEC command.

show controllers interface-type slot/subslot/interface cef {prefix mask | detail | missing | summary} [cam module-num]

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies an interface type as fastethernet, gigabitethernet, or atm.

slot/subslot/interface

Identifies the interface specified in interface-type.

prefix

Specifies an IP address prefix to display from the table.

mask

Specifies an IP address mask.

detail

Displays additional information.

missing

Displays all entries that are present in the CEF table but missing from the interface module IP prefix table.

summary

Displays only a summary of the IP prefix table.

cam module-num

Specifies the module containing the content addressable memory to display.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the IP prefix table on each interface module. The table contains IP prefix entries present in the IP routing table (displayed by the show ip route command) and CEF table (displayed by the show ip cef command). This table has a one-to-one correspondence with the CEF table.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers cef command:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 3/0/0 cef
Default Network Information:
    Load Balancing:Off
 Prefix/Masklen        Next Hop
 0.0.0.0/0             not populated
 0.0.0.0/32            not populated
 1.0.0.0/8             SRP
 1.0.0.0/32            SRP
 1.0.0.1/32            SRP
 1.0.0.2/32            not populated
 1.0.0.5/32            not populated
 1.255.255.255/32      SRP
 2.0.0.0/8             SRP
 2.0.0.0/32            SRP
 2.0.0.1/32            SRP
 2.0.0.5/32            not populated
 2.0.0.6/32            not populated
 2.255.255.255/32      SRP
 11.0.0.0/8            not populated
 12.0.0.0/8            not populated
 20.0.0.0/8            2.0.0.5
 40.0.0.0/8            not populated
 128.46.167.95/32      not populated
 128.118.25.3/32       not populated
 140.247.60.28/32      not populated
 Prefix/Masklen        Next Hop
 171.69.1.129/32       not populated
 172.20.42.0/24        SRP
 172.20.42.0/32        SRP
 172.20.42.213/32      SRP
 172.20.42.255/32      SRP
 199.199.199.0/24      1.0.0.2
                       2.0.0.5
 224.0.0.0/4           not populated
 224.0.0.0/24          SRP
 255.255.255.255/32    not populated

 Total IP Prefix Entries in CAM:15
 Missing IP Prefix Entries in CAM:0
 CEF entries not populated:15

The following is sample output from the show controllers cef summary command.

8500#sh controller f3/0/0 cef summary
 Total IP Prefix Entries in CAM:14
 Missing IP Prefix Entries in CAM:0
 CEF entries not populated:8

The following is sample output from the show controllers cef missing command:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 3/0/0 cef missing
 Prefix/Masklen        Next Hop

 Total IP Prefix Entries in CAM:15
 Missing IP Prefix Entries in CAM:0
 CEF entries not populated:15

Table 0-23 describes some of the fields in the display.

Table 0-23 show controllers cef Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Prefix

IP prefix entry

Masklen

Mask length of IP prefix entry

SRP

Packets are sent to the route processor

Missing

IP prefix entry is present in CEF table but missing from interface module prefix table

Not populated

IP prefix entry present in CEF table but not populated in interface module prefix table for one of the following reasons:

Prefix entry with all zeros or all ones

Prefix entries reachable via management port (ethernet0)

Prefix entries with corresponding adjacency entries (displayed with the show adjacency command)

Prefix entries that have one of the gateways as a management port

224.0.0.0/4 overlaps with 224.0.0.0/24

Default network

Default network information

Load balancing

Displays whether load balancing is on or off for default network


show controllers interface-info

To display the resident interface entry that corresponds to a second interface, use the show controllers interface-info EXEC command.

show controllers interface1 interface-info interface2

Syntax Description

interface1

The interface on which the interface table is resident, specified in the form interface-type slot/subslot/interface, where interface-type is gigabitethernet, fastethernet, or atm. Only physical interfaces are valid entries.

interface2

The interface or subinterface corresponding to an entry in the table. Any logical or physical interface, except BVI, is a valid entry.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

One interface table for each physical port is resident on each interface module. Each table maintains entries corresponding to all interfaces or subinterfaces in the system. Each entry is indexed by a unique-identifier assigned to each interface or subinterface. The interface entry maintains the following information:

Switching information (VC to switch to this interface)

MAC address

Layer 2/3 protocol configuration

FEC load balancing information, if this interface is FEC

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers interface-info command:

Router# show controllers gigabitethernet 12/0/0 interface-info gigabitethernet 12/0/0
IF Entry for GigabitEthernet12/0/0 on GigabitEthernet12/0/0
    Mac(hex) - 00:10:7B:C5:D3:77
    isMyInteface :True isSubInterface :False
    Status Down Broute VC - 0 Bcast VC - 0
    Netmask:32
    FEC disabled
    Trunking Disabled  
    State :Not-Applicable/Listening/Blocking
    Bridge-Group disabled
    IP routing off bridging off
    IPX routing off bridging off
    Appletalk routing off
    In Encapsulation:
    ICMP Redirect disabled Unreachable disabled
    IP Multicast disabled:ttl-threshold:0
    ACL Indexs:
    Input ACL:0 Output ACL:0
    ACL Flags:
    Input IP:OFF Output IP:OFF
    Input IPX:OFF Output IPX:OFF
    Slowpath - Input:OFF

The display contains the following categories of information:

Basic switching information

MAC address of the entry interface, in hexadecimal

Status of the entry interface

Broute VC (unicast VC to switch to entry interface)

Bcast VC (multicast VC to flood broadcast and unknown-unicast during Layer 2 switching)

Layer 2/3 configuration information

Netmask (subnet mask of primary IP address)

FEC (enabled/disabled)

Trunking (enabled/disabled)

State (Spanning Tree Protocol)

Bridge group (enabled/disabled)

IP routing (on/off) and bridging (on/off)

IPX routing (on/off) and bridging (on/off)

IPX encapsulations

ICMP redirect (enabled/disabled) and unreachable (enabled/disabled)

IP multicast (enabled/disabled) and TTL threshold

ACL configuration flags

show controllers ipmcast

To display the IP multicast routing table information stored on an interface module, use the show controllers ipmcast EXEC command.

show controllers interface-type slot/subslot/interface ipmcast group-address [source-address [detail] | all] [cam module-num]

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies an interface type as fastethernet or gigabitethernet.

slot/subslot/interface

Identifies the interface specified in interface-type.

group-address

Specifies the IP address of a multicast group.

source-address

Specifies the IP address of a multicast source.

detail

Displays the point-to-multipoint VC connection.

all

Displays all entries within a group.

cam module-num

Specifies the module containing the content addressable memory to display.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the IP multicast routing table entries for all sources within a group (*, G) or for a specified source (S, G) within a group.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers ipmcast command:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 0/0/7 ipmcast 231.1.1.1 171.11.78.77 detail
MEMBER_ENTRY, root vc = 1/33, packet counter = 4
(231.1.1.1, 171.11.78.77), CAM Loc 0x4025, 0 E 50 0 0 4 2 13
Send_to_cpu flag not set, SPT flag set

p2mp vc:root FastEthernet0/0/7, VPI = 1, VCI = 33
         leaf FastEthernet0/0/3, VPI = 0, VCI = 226
              FastEthernet0/0/0, VPI = 0, VCI = 227

Table 0-24 describes some of the fields in the display.

Table 0-24 show controllers ipmcast Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

GROUP_ENTRY

A (*, G) entry.

MEMBER_ENTRY

A (S, G) entry.

Root VC

VPI/VCI value of the root VC used for forwarding multicast packets for this entry.

Packet counter

Number of packets forwarded since the last statistics polling interval.

Send_to_cpu

A flag in the UINFO. Packets are sent to the CPU if this flag is set.

SPT flag

A flag in the UINFO that corresponds to the SPT bit in the Cisco IOS mroute table.

p2mp vc

Detailed information about the p2mp ATM VC that is used for multicast forwarding, including root interface, root VPI, root VCI, leaf interfaces, leaf VPI, and leaf VCI.


show controllers ipx-prefix

To display the IPX network entries for a specified interface, use the show controllers ipx-prefix EXEC command.

show controllers interface-type slot/subslot/interface ipx-prefix {all-entries | cam-summary | fail-entries | fail-summary}[cam module-num]

Syntax Description

interface-type

Specifies an interface type as fastethernet or gigabitethernet.

slot/subslot/interface

Identifies the interface specified in interface-type.

all-entries

Displays all the IPX prefix entries.

cam-summary

Displays a summary of IPX prefixes present in the CAM and control tree.

fail-entries

Displays inconsistent IPX prefix entries.

fail-summary

Displays a summary of failed IPX prefixes in the CAM.

cam module-num

Specifies the module containing the content addressable memory to display.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers ipx-prefix command:

Router# show controllers fastethernet 10/0/9 ipx-prefix all-entries 
 
IPX Prefix Entries in CAM, Interface FastEthernet10/0/9
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Codes:C  - Connected network,       R - Remote network
       V  - valid entry,             N - Network entry
       L  - load balancing enabled,  D - default network
       E  - EIGRP enabled,           I - Internal network
       B  - BVI network,             M - My Mac Address
       VC - VCI
C 1009     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 14  00d0.5845.2660 My-Node Valid  
R 5004     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.bbcd.b40e         Valid  
R 5005     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.bbcd.b40e         Valid  
R 5006     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.bbcd.b40e         Valid  
R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid 

show controllers c8500 interface-map

To display the interface number assigned to each interface or subinterface, use the show controllers c8500 interface-map EXEC command.

show controllers c800 interface-map

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

The output from this command shows all the interfaces and subinterfaces in the system, along with the assigned interface number for each. This command displays information specific to the Catalyst 8510 and Catalyst 8540 switch routers.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers c800 interface-map command:

Router# show controllers c8500 interface-map
GigabitEthernet2/0/0    (IF number:4)
GigabitEthernet12/0/0   (IF number:5)
GigabitEthernet12/0/1   (IF number:6)

show controllers c8500 ipmcast

To display IP multicast routing table control layer information, VC sharing information, and statistics, use the show controllers c8500 ipmcast EXEC command.

show controllers c8500 ipmcast group-address {source-address | all}

show controllers c8500 ipmcast group-address vc-sharing

show controllers c8500 ipmcast group-address {stats | reset}

Syntax Description

group-address

Specifies the IP address of a multicast group.

source-address

Specifies the IP address of a multicast source.

all

Displays all entries within a group.

vc-sharing

Displays the VC sharing information for an IP multicast group.

stats

Displays the IP multicast statistics.

reset

Resets the statistics to zero.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

When an IP multicast source address or the keyword all is specified, this command displays IP multicast routing table control layer information, such as the VC used for an IP multicast packet matching a particular entry.

When the keyword vc-sharing is specified, this command displays all the point-to-multipoint VCs used for an IP multicast group and the number of entries that are sharing this VC.

When the keyword stats is used, this command displays debugging information.

The show controllers c8500 ipmcast command displays information specific to the Catalyst 8510 and Catalyst 8540 switch routers.

Examples

The following sample output from the show controllers c8500 ipmcast command displays routing table control layer information for an IP multicast group:

Router# show controllers c8500 ipmcast 231.1.1.1 all
(*, 231.1.1.1), RPF NULL, root vc 0/0

(171.11.78.77, 231.1.1.1), RPF BVI1, root vc 1/33
    FastEthernet0/0/7, root vc  1/33
        shr_vc_db vc 1/33, usage_count 1, olist size 2
    FastEthernet0/0/0, root vc  1/33
        shr_vc_db vc 1/33, usage_count 1, olist size 2
    FastEthernet0/0/3, root vc  1/33
        shr_vc_db vc 1/33, usage_count 1, olist size 1

Table 0-25 describes some of the fields in the previous display.

Table 0-25 show controllers c8500 ipmcast Field Descriptions

Field
Description

RPF

Incoming interface for this IP multicast entry root VC's VPI/VCI value that is used for forwarding multicast packets for this entry

shr_vc_db

Data block that contains the VC information

usage_count

Number of (*, G) / (S, G) entries that are sharing this VC

olist size

Number of leaves in the point-to-multipoint VC


The following sample output from the show controllers c8500 ipmcast command displays VC sharing information for an IP multicast group:

Router# show controllers c8500 ipmcast 231.1.1.1 vc-sharing
FastEthernet0/0/0 vc 1/36, usage count:1
FastEthernet0/0/3 vc 1/36, usage count:1
FastEthernet0/0/7 vc 1/36, usage count:1

The following sample output from the show controllers c8500 ipmcast command displays general debugging statistics:

Router# show controllers c8500 ipmcast stats
              LSS Mroute General Statistics:

# of times p2mp vc are created                             6
# of times p2mp vc are released                            3
# of times failed to create p2mp vc's                      0
# of times failed to release p2mp vc's                     0
# of times stats IPC polls sent                            15
# of times stats IPC polls received                        15
# of times mroute entries created                          6
# of times mroute entries deleted                          0
# of times mroute flags modified                           32
# of times mroute rpf changed                              0
# of times midb changed                                    9
# of times sidb updated                                    4
# of times add member IPCs sent                            2
# of times add member IPC failed                           0
# of times add group IPCs sent                             11
# of times add group IPCs failed                           0
# of times spt flag changed                                2
# of times register flag changed                           0
# of times mroute nofs changed                             4
# of times fastdrop sets                                   0
# of times fastdrop clears                                 0
# of times shared vc db created                            6
# of times shared vc db freed                              3
# of times shared vc hash table created                    5
# of times shared vc hash table freed                      4
# of times shared oif db created                           10
# of times shared oif db freed                             5

lss_index_array usuage: start_index = 35, end_index = 33
vc 1/34, count 3

show controllers c8500 ipx-node

To display the specified node entry for all interfaces, use the show controllers c8500 ipx-node EXEC command.

show controllers c8500 ipx-node node-num

Syntax Description

node-num

Specifies the node number of the IPX network.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command displays information specific to the Catalyst 8510 and Catalyst 8540 switch routers.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers c8500 ipx-node command:

Router# show controllers c8500 ipx-node 101010.00d0.5845.2662 
Codes:V  - valid entry, M  - My-node, I  - IF/VC flag
Interface                Network      Node      IF Number   Flags
GigabitEthernet1/0/0      101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     MV
GigabitEthernet1/1/0      101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     MV
FastEthernet10/0/0        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/1        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/2        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/3        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/4        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/5        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/6        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/7        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/8        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/9        101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/10       101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/11       101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/12       101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/13       101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/14       101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV
FastEthernet10/0/15       101010    00d0.5845.2662    18     IMV

show controller c8500 ipx-prefix

To display IPX network entries for a specified network for all interfaces, use the show controller c8500 ipx-prefix EXEC command.

show controller c8500 ipx-prefix prefix

Syntax Description

prefix

IPX network prefix.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Usage Guidelines

This command displays information specific to the Catalyst 8510 and Catalyst 8540 switch routers.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controller c8500 ipx-prefix command for all entries:

Router# show controllers f10/0/9 ipx-prefix all-entries 
 
IPX Prefix Entries in CAM, Interface FastEthernet10/0/9
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Codes:C  - Connected network,       R - Remote network
       V  - valid entry,             N - Network entry
       L  - load balancing enabled,  D - default network
       E  - EIGRP enabled,           I - Internal network
       B  - BVI network,             M - My Mac Address
       VC - VCI
C 1009     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 14  00d0.5845.2660 My-Node Valid  
R 5004     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.bbcd.b40e         Valid  
R 5005     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.bbcd.b40e         Valid  
R 5006     V N         
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.bbcd.b40e         Valid  
R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid 

The following is sample output from the show controller c8500 ipx-prefix command for a specified IPX network:

Router# show controllers c8500 ipx-prefix 101010
 GigabitEthernet1/0/0      R 101010   V   B   
           Novell ether  IF No 8   00d0.5845.265a My-Node Valid  
 GigabitEthernet1/1/0      R 101010   V   B   
           Novell ether  IF No 8   00d0.5845.265a My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/0           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/1           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/2           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/3           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/4           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/5           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/6           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/7           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/8           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/9           R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/10          R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/11          R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/12          R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/13          R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/14          R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  
 FastEthernet10/0/15          R 101010   V N     B   
           Novell ether  IF No 24  00d0.5845.2662 My-Node Valid  

show controllers c8500 queuing

To display current queuing information for all well-known static VCs in the system, use the show controllers c8500 queuing EXEC command.

show controllers c8500 queuing

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays information specific to the Catalyst 8510 and Catalyst 8540 switch routers.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show controllers c8500 queuing command:

Router# show controllers c8500 queuing
INT         X-INT       VCI   QCNT    VCI   QCNT   
f0/0/0      SRP         34    0       40    400 

Table 0-26 describes the fields in the display.

Table 0-26 show controllers c8500 queuing Field Descriptions

Field
Description

INT

Interface name

X-INT

Peer interface name

VCI

VCI value on INT end

QCNT

Current queue depth in cells, on VC from INT to X-INT direction

VCI

VCI value on X-INT end

QCNT

Current queue depth in cells, on VC from X-INT to INT direction


show debugging

To display information about the types of CDP debugging that are enabled for your switch router, use the show debugging EXEC command.

show debugging

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2(5)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show debugging command, which shows all three types of CDP debugging enabled.

Switch# show debugging
CDP:
  CDP packet info debugging is on
  CDP events debugging is on
  CDP neighbor info debugging is on

CDP-PA: Packet received from neon.cisco.com on interface Ethernet0
CDP-EV: Encapsulation on interface Serial0 failed
CDP-AD: Aging entry for neon.cisco.com, on interface Ethernet0

show diag

Catalyst 8540 MSR

To display power-on diagnostics status for the Catalyst 8540 MSR, use the show diag EXEC command.

show diag [power-on]

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

To display environmental statistics and power-on diagnostics status for the Catalyst 8510 MSR and the LightStream 1010, use the show diag EXEC command.

show diag [environment | power-on | all]

Syntax Description

environment

Displays environmental status.

power-on

Displays the status of power-on diagnostics.

all

Displays the status of all command options.


Defaults

Catalyst 8540 MSR: None

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010: None

Command Modes

EXEC for all models

Usage Guidelines

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The power-on diagnostic test results for the Catalyst 8540 MSR are displayed using the show diag command.

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The power-on or hardware reset diagnostics provide full sets of test suites for the Catalyst 8510 MSR and the LightStream 1010. The test results are stored in the switch memory and an interface is provided using the show diag command. If an error is detected during the test, the status LED turns red.

Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example is sample output from the show diag power-on EXEC command on a switch router primary route processor.

Switch# show diag power-on

Cat8540 Power-on Diagnostics Status (.=Pass,F=Fail,U=Unknown,N=Not Applicable)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Last Power-on Date: 97/09/15   Time: 18:17:50
 
   BOOTFLASH:  .   PCMCIA-Slot0: N   PCMCIA-Slot1: N
   CPU-IDPROM: .   NVRAM-Config: .
   ETHSRAM:    .   DRAM:         .   SARSRAM:       .
 
   PS0:        .   PS2:          N   PS (12V):     .
   FAN:        .   Temperature:  .   Bkp-IDPROM:   .
 
 
   Ethernet-port Access:   .         Ethernet-port CAM-Access: .
   Ethernet-port Loopback: .         Ethernet-port Loadgen:    .
 
Power-on Diagnostics Passed.

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example is sample output from the show diag environment EXEC command.

Switch# show diag environment
Temperature:                        OK
Fan:                                OK
Voltage:                            OK
Power Supply#0 type: Power One,  status:    Failure
Power Supply#1 type: Astec,  status:    OK


The following example is sample output from the show diag power-on EXEC command on a switch router with an FC-PCQ installed.

Switch# show diag power-on
XXXXXX Power-on Diagnostics Status (.=Pass,F=Fail,U=Unknown,N=Not Applicable)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Last Power-on Date: 97/04/14   Time: 16:03:22
   BOOTFLASH:  .   PCMCIA-Slot0: .   PCMCIA-Slot1: N
   CPU-IDPROM: .   FCard-IDPROM: .   NVRAM-Config: .
   SRAM:       .   DRAM:         .
   PS1:        .   PS2:          N   PS (12V):     .
   FAN:        .   Temperature:  .   Bkp-IDPROM:    .

   MMC-Switch Access: .              Accordian Access: .
   LUT: .   ITT: .   OPT: .   OTT: .   STK: .   LNK: .   ATTR: .   Queue: .
   Cell-Memory:  .

   Feature-Card Access: .
   ICC: .   OCC: .   OQP: .   OQE: .   CC:  .   RT:  .
   TM0: .   TM1: .   TMC: .   IT:  .   LT:  .   RR:  .   ABR: .

Access/Interrupt/Loopback/CPU-MCast/Port-MCast/FC-MCast/FC-TMCC Test Status:
Ports                      0         1         2         3
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
PAM 0/0 (T1CE)          .......   .......   .......   .......
PAM 0/1 (155MM)         .......   .......   .......   .......
PAM 1/0 (155MM)         .......   .......   .......   .......
PAM 1/1 (155MM)         .......   .......   .......   .......
PAM 3/0 (155UTP)        .......   .......   .......   .......
PAM 3/1 (DS3Q)          .......   .......   .......   .......Ethernet-port Access:   .         
Ethernet-port CAM-Access: .
   Ethernet-port Loopback: .         Ethernet-port Loadgen:    .

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show diag power-on EXEC command on a switch router with the switch processor feature card installed.

Switch# show diag power-on 
XXXXXX Power-on Diagnostics Status (.=Pass,F=Fail,U=Unknown,N=Not Applicable)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Last Power-on Diags  Date: 97/11/05   Time: 11:03:41   By: V 3.2
 
   BOOTFLASH:  .   PCMCIA-Slot0: N   PCMCIA-Slot1: N
   CPU-IDPROM: .   FCard-IDPROM: .   NVRAM-Config: .
   SRAM:       .   DRAM:         .
 
   PS1:        N   PS2:          N   PS (12V):     .
   FAN:        .   Temperature:  .   Bkp-IDPROM:   .
 
   MMC-Switch Access: .              Accordian Access: .
   LUT: .   ITT: .   OPT: .   OTT: .   STK: .   LNK: .   ATTR: .   Queue: .
   Cell-Memory:  .
 
switch processor feature card
    Access: .
     RST: .    REG: .    IVC: .    IFILL: .    OVC: .    OFILL: .
 
    TEST:
     CELL: .   SNAKE: .   RATE: .   MCAST: .   SCHED: .
     TGRP: .   UPC  : .   ABR : .   RSTQ : .
 
Access/Interrupt/Loopback/CPU-MCast/Port-MCast/FC-MCast/FC-TMCC Test Status:
Ports                      0         1         2         3
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
PAM 0/0 (155UTP)        .....NN   .....NN   .....NN   .....NN   
PAM 1/0 (155MM)         .....NN   .....NN   .....NN   .....NN   
PAM 1/1 (622)           .....NN      N         N         N
PAM 3/0 (622MM)         .....NN      N         N         N
PAM 3/1 (DS3Q)          .....NN   .....NN   .....NN   .....NN   

   Ethernet-port Access:   .         Ethernet-port CAM-Access: .
   Ethernet-port Loopback: .         Ethernet-port Loadgen:    .
 
Power-on Diagnostics Passed.

The following example is sample output from the show diag all EXEC command on an ATM switch router.

Switch# show diag all
XXXXXX Power-on Diagnostics Status (.=Pass,F=Fail,U=Unknown,N=Not Applicable)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

environment
-----------
Temperature:                        OK
Fan:                                OK
Voltage:                            OK
Power Supply#0 type: Power One,  status:    Failure
Power Supply#1 type: Astec,  status:    OK

Related Commands

Command
Description

show hardware

Displays the revision number of the hardware.


show diag online (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

To display test results for system diagnostic online tests, use the show diag online command.

show diag online [detail | status] [access | oir | snake]

Syntax Description

detail

Displays test detail for the specified test.

status

Displays test status for the specified test.

access

The access tests ensure connectivity at a configurable interval between the primary route processor and the following:

Active switch processors

Standby switch processor, if it is present

Feature cards

Port adapters

Interface modules

Whenever the access test detects a hardware failure, the system issues an error message to the console.

If the access test detects a hardware problem with an active switch processor, the standby switch processor, if present, automatically takes over and becomes an active switch processor. The system generates an SNMP trap when the switchover occurs.

oir

Online insertion and removal (OIR) tests check the functioning of the switch fabric and interfaces on a per-port basis. The switch router performs these tests when the system boots up and when you insert a port adapter or interface module into a slot. The OIR test sends a packet to the interface loopback and expects to receive it back within a certain time period. If the packet does not reach the port within the expected time period, or the route processor receives a corrupted packet, the system issues an error message to the console, generates an SNMP trap, and brings the port to an administrative down state.

snake

The snake test establishes a connection across all the active ports in the switch router, originating and terminating at the primary route processor. The route processor establishes a connection by sending a packet to each port in turn, which then terminates at the route processor. If the packet does not reach the route processor within the expected time period, or the received packet is corrupted, further testing is performed to isolate and disable the port causing the problem.The size of the packet and frequency of the test are configurable to minimize the impact on system performance.

The snake test supports all ATM interface modules and enhanced Gigabit Ethernet interface modules. It does not support ATM port adapters, Fast Ethernet interface modules, or Gigabit Ethernet interface modules.


Defaults

No default.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC, EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(5a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

The access and snake online diagnostic tests run at user specified intervals and results are stored. The OIR diagnostic test has a variable packet size that can be configured. The show diag online command displays test results.

Diagnostic tests must be enabled by using the diag online command before the show diag online command display current diagnostic test results.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show diag online access command.

Switch# show diag online access
========  Access Test Status and Details ========
======== Online Access Test Status ========

Current Test Status : Test is Enabled
Current Frequency of Access Test : 100 seconds

Slot  Card-Type       Test Status 
----  ----------      ------------
 0/*  Super Cam       Pass      
 0/0  8T1 IMA PAM     Pass      
 0/1  8E1 IMA PAM     Pass      
 2/*  ARM PAM         Pass      
 3/*  ETHERNET PAM    Pass      
 5/*  Switch Card     Pass      
 5/0  Feature Card    Pass      
 7/*  Switch Card     Pass      
 7/0  Feature Card    Pass      
 9/*  OC48c PAM       Pass      
10/*  OCM Board       Pass      
10/0  QUAD 622 Gen    Pass      
11/*  OC48c PAM       Pass      
12/*  OCM Board       Pass      
12/0  QUAD 622 Gen    Pass      
          
======== Online Access Test Status End ========
======== Online Access Test Details ========

Current Test Status : Test is Enabled
Current Frequency of Access Test : 100 seconds

Slot Card-Type       Iteration    Success    Failure    Last Failure 
---- ----------      ----------   -------    -------    ------------ 
 0/* Super Cam       3247         3247       0          ----
 0/0 8T1 IMA PAM     3247         3247       0          ----
 0/1 8E1 IMA PAM     3247         3247       0          ----
 2/* ARM PAM         3247         3247       0          ----
 3/* ETHERNET PAM    3247         3247       0          ----
 5/* Switch Card     3247         3247       0          ----
 5/0 Feature Card    3247         3247       0          ----
 7/* Switch Card     3247         3247       0          ----
 7/0 Feature Card    3247         3247       0          ----
 9/* OC48c PAM       3247         3247       0          ----
10/* OCM Board       3247         3247       0          ----
10/0 QUAD 622 Generi 3247         3247       0          ----
11/* OC48c PAM       3247         3247       0          ----
12/* OCM Board       3247         3247       0          ----
12/0 QUAD 622 Generi 3247         3247       0          ----

======== Online Access Test Details End ========
Switch#

The following example is sample output from the show diag online detail oir command.

Switch# show diag online detail oir 
======== Online OIR Test Details ========
Current Test Status : Test is Enabled
-------- Previous failure details ----------
Port    Card Type   Pkt Size  Err Type                  Test Time LOOP
_______ ___________ _________ ___________________  ______________ ____
00/1/01 8E1 IMA PAM       300 OIR_TIMER_ERR              00:00:43  PIF
00/1/03 8E1 IMA PAM       300 OIR_TIMER_ERR              00:00:43  PIF
 
02/0/00                   300 OIR_TEST_ABORT             18:00:38  PHY
02/0/01                   300 OIR_TEST_ABORT             18:00:38  PHY
 
 
-------- Complete details --------
Port    Tx Pkt    Rx Pkt    Success   Failure   Total Tests 
_______ _________ _________ _________ _________ ___________ 
00/0/00         1         1         1         0           1
00/0/01         1         1         1         0           1
00/0/02         1         1         1         0           1
00/0/03         1         1         1         0           1
00/1/00         1         1         1         0           1
00/1/01         2         1         1         1           2
00/1/02         1         1         1         0           1
00/1/03         2         1         1         1           2
          
02/0/00         0         0         0         1           0
02/0/01         0         0         0         1           0
 
03/0/00         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/01         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/02         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/03         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/04         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/05         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/06         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/07         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/08         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/09         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/10         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/11         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/12         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/13         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/14         1         1         1         0           1
03/0/15         1         1         1         0           1
 
09/0/00         2         2         2         0           2
 
10/0/00         2         2         2         0           2
10/0/01         2         2         2         0           2
10/0/02         2         2         2         0           2
10/0/03         2         2         2         0           2
 
11/0/00         2         2         2         0           2
 
12/0/00         2         2         2         0           2
12/0/01         2         2         2         0           2
12/0/02         2         2         2         0           2
12/0/03         2         2         2         0           2
witch#

For additional information about the show diag online command, or about how to display results, refer to the ATM Switch Router Software Configuration Guide.

Related Commands

Command
Description

debug diag online (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

Enables or disables system debugging.

diag online (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

Enables, disables and configures system diagnostic tests.


show environment

To display temperature and voltage information on the console, use the show environment
EXEC command.

show environment

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show environment command.

Switch# show environment 
Temperature:	OK
Fan:	OK
Voltage: 	OK
Power Supply #0 type: 0 Status:	OK




























show epc port-qos

To display EPIF token bucket parameters, use the show epc port-qos command.

show epc port-qos [int interface] [in | out]

Syntax Description

int

Indicates a specified interface will be used for displaying information.

interface

Specifies interface to be accessed.

in

Use this keyword to display input policing token bucket parameters.

out

Use this keyword to display output policing token bucket parameters.


Defaults

None.

Command Modes

Priviliged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(7a)EY

New command


Usage Guidelines

None.

Examples

The following example shows the current traffic shaping configuraton.

Switch#show epc port-qos
Interface Type Input/ Target-Rate Burst-Size
                                     Output  (bits/sec)       (bytes)
---------------------------------------------------------------------
FastEthernet9/0/3    Rate-Limit      Input     10000000         64000
                     Rate-Limit      Output    10000000         64000
 
termserv-is-c1#show epc port-qos int f9/0/3 in
Input Port QoS Parameters:
Current number of tokens                    (tokens):  65268
Configured burst size                    (burstsize):  65352
Token update interval (ticks)                (time1):   7789
Tokens added per interval          (tokens_in_time1):   1556
Time to fill bucket (ticks)     (time_to_fill_burst): 327138
 
termserv-is-c1#show epc port-qos int f9/0/3 out
Output Port QoS Parameters:
Current number of tokens                    (tokens):     99
Configured burst size                    (burstsize):  65352
Token update interval (ticks)                (time1):   7789
Tokens added per interval          (tokens_in_time1):   1556
Time to fill bucket (ticks)     (time_to_fill_burst): 327138
 
termserv-is-c1#show run in f9/0/3
Building configuration...
 
Current configuration :137 bytes

Related Commands

Command
Description

rate-limit

Polices the rate of traffic on EPIF-based FE cards of the Catalyst 8540 MSR and Catalyst 8510 MSR on a per-physical-port basis

traffic-shape

Enables traffic shaping for outbound traffic on an interface.


Command
Description

rate-limit

Polices the rate of traffic on EPIF-based FE cards of the Catalyst 8540 MSR and Catalyst 8510 MSR on a per-physical-port basis

traffic-shape

Enables traffic shaping for outbound traffic on an interface.


show facility-alarm status (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

To display the current major and minor alarm status, if any, and to display the configuration of
the alarm thresholds, use the show facility-alarm status EXEC command.

show facility-alarm status

Defaults

Displays all alarms and configuration settings.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(3c)W5(9)

New command


Examples

The following example displays the facility alarm status and configuration while no alarm condition exists.

Switch# show facility-alarm status
Thresholds:
 Core minor 38 major 50
Switch#


The following example displays the facility alarm status and configuration while an alarm condition exists.

Switch# show facility-alarm status
Thresholds:
 Core minor 45 major 53
SOURCE:Chassis TYPE:Power entry module 0 failure SEVERITY:Minor ACO:Normal

Related Commands

Command
Description

clear facility-alarm (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

Clears alarm conditions and resets the alarm contacts.

facility-alarm (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

Configures the temperatures so that the ATM switch router declares a major or minor alarm condition.


show file

To display the configuration stored in a specified file, use the show file EXEC command.

show file descriptors | information [[device:]filename] | systems

Syntax Description

descriptors

Displays open file descriptors information.

information

Displays file information.

device:

Device containing the configuration file. The colon (:) is required. Valid devices are as follows:

bootflash: is the internal Flash memory.

sec-bootflash: is the secondary internal Flash memory on the redundant route processor. (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

nvram: is the NVRAM on the route processor card.

sec-nvram: is the NVRAM on the redundant route processor card. (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

slot0: is the first PC slot on the route processor card and is the initial default device.

sec-slot0: is the first PC slot on the redundant route processor card. (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

slot1: is the second PC slot on the route processor card.

sec-slot1: is the second PC slot on the redundant route processor card. (Catalyst 8540 MSR)

If you omit the device: argument, the system uses the default device specified by the
cd command.

filename

Name of the file. The file can be of any type. The maximum filename length is
63 characters.

systems

Displays file systems information.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

When showing the configuration, the switch informs you whether the displayed configuration is a complete configuration or a distilled version. A distilled configuration is one that does not contain access lists.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show file command.

Switch# show file slot0:switch-config
Using 534 out of 129016 bytes
!
version xx.x
!
hostname Cyclops
!
enable-password xxxx
service pad
!
boot system dross-system 131.108.13.111
boot system dross-system 131.108.1.111
!
exception dump 131.108.13.111
!
no ip ipname-lookup
!
decnet routing 13.1
decnet node-type area
decnet max-address 1023
!
interface Ethernet 0
ip address 131.108.1.1 255.255.255.0
ip helper-address 131.120.1.0
ip accounting
ip gdp
decnet cost 3
!
ip domain-name CISCO.COM
ip name-server 255.255.255.255
!
end

Related Commands

Command
Description

boot

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. Refer to Appendix D.

cd

Cisco IOS command removed from this manual. Refer to Appendix D.


show flash

To display the layout and contents of Flash memory, use one of the following show flash
EXEC commands.

show flash [all | chips | filesys]

Syntax Description

all

Displays the same information as the dir command when used with the /all and /long keywords. This information includes that displayed by the filesys and chips keywords.

chips

Displays information per partition and per chip, including which bank the chip is in, plus its code, size, and name.

filesys

Displays the Device Info Block, the Status Info, and the Usage Info.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show flash command displays the type of Flash memory present, any files that might currently exist in PC slot0: Flash memory, and the amounts of Flash memory used and remaining.

When you specify a PC slot as the device, the switch router displays the layout and contents of the Flash memory card inserted in the specified slot of the route processor card. When you omit the device: argument, the switch router displays the default device specified by the cd command. Use the pwd command to show the current default device.

Examples

The following example is sample output from the show flash command.

Switch# show flash
-#- ED --type-- --crc--- -seek-- nlen -length- -----date/time------ name
1   .D FFFFFFFF 9099E94C 233F8C  22   2047753  Feb 29 1997 06:30:03 xxxxxx-i-m_Z
2   .. 1        E9D05582 458C54  29   2247751  Apr 04 1997 16:07:33 pnni/ls101Z

3306412 bytes available (4295764 bytes used)

As the display shows, the Flash memory can store and display multiple, independent software images for booting itself or for TFTP server software for other products. This feature is useful for storing default system software. These images can be stored in compressed format (but cannot be compressed by the switch).

To eliminate any files from Flash memory (invalidated or otherwise) and free up all available memory space, the entire Flash memory must be erased; individual files cannot be erased from Flash memory.

Table 18-27 describes the show flash display fields.

Table 18-27 show flash Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Name

Filename and status of a system image file. The invalidated status appears when a file has been rewritten (recopied) into Flash memory. The first (now invalidated) copy of the file is still present within Flash memory, but it is unusable because of the newest version.

crc

Address of the file in Flash memory.

Length

Size of the system image file (in bytes).

Bytes available/used

Amount of Flash memory used/available amount of Flash memory.


Examples

The following example is sample output for the show flash all command that has Flash memory partitioned.

Switch# show flash all
-#- ED --type-- --crc--- -seek-- nlen -length- -----date/time------ name
1   .D FFFFFFFF 9099E94C 233F8C  22   2047753  Feb 29 1997 06:30:03 xxxxxx-i-m_Z
2   .. 1        E9D05582 458C54  29   2247751  Apr 04 1997 16:07:33 Switch/ls101Z

3306412 bytes available (4295764 bytes used)

-------- F I L E   S Y S T E M   S T A T U S --------
  Device Number = 2
DEVICE INFO BLOCK:
  Magic Number          = 6887635   File System Vers = 10000    (1.0)
  Length                = 800000    Sector Size      = 40000
  Programming Algorithm = 5         Erased State     = FFFFFFFF
  File System Offset    = 40000     Length = 740000
  MONLIB Offset         = 100       Length = A570
  Bad Sector Map Offset = 3FFFC     Length = 4
  Squeeze Log Offset    = 780000    Length = 40000
  Squeeze Buffer Offset = 7C0000    Length = 40000
  Num Spare Sectors     = 0
    Spares:
STATUS INFO:
  Writable
  NO File Open for Write
  Complete Stats
  No Unrecovered Errors
  Squeeze in progress
USAGE INFO:
  Bytes Used     = 418C54  Bytes Available = 3273AC
  Bad Sectors    = 0       Spared Sectors  = 0
  OK Files       = 1       Bytes = 224C48
  Deleted Files  = 1       Bytes = 1F3F0C
  Files w/Errors = 0       Bytes = 0

******** RSP Internal Flash Bank -- Intel Chips ********
Flash SIMM Reg: 401
  Flash SIMM PRESENT
  2 Banks
  Bank Size = 4M
  HW Rev = 1

Flash Status Registers: Bank 0
  Intelligent ID Code  : 89898989 A2A2A2A2
  Status Reg: 80808080

Flash Status Registers: Bank 1
  Intelligent ID Code  : 89898989 A2A2A2A2
  Status Reg: 80808080

slot0, slot1, bootflash, nvram, tftp, rcp

Table 18-28 describes the show flash all display fields.

Table 18-28 show flash all Fields for Partitioned Flash Memory 

Field
Description

Bank-Size

Size of bank in bytes

Chip

Chip number

Bank

Bank number

Code

Code number

Size

Size of chip

Name

Name of chip


Related Commands

None

show frame-relay connection-traffic-table-row

To display the Frame Relay traffic table, use the show frame-relay connection-traffic-table-row EXEC command.

show frame-relay connection-traffic table row [from-row | row row]

Syntax Description

from-row

Shows the table from a specific row.

row row

Shows the row that you specify.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(1a)W5(5b)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The row index must be an integer between 1 and 2147483647. An asterisk is appended to row indexes created by SNMP but not made active. Since these rows are not active, they cannotbe used by connections. If neither the row nor from-row keywords are used, the entire table is displayed.

Examples

The following example shows information for a Frame Relay connection traffic table row.


Switch# show frame-relay connection-traffic-table-row
Row            cir      bc     be      pir      fr-atm      ATM Row
                                            Service-category
100          64000   32768   32768   64000     vbr-nrt         100
Swich# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

frame-relay connection-traffic-table-row

Creates a table entry in the Frame Relay connection-traffic table.


show frame-relay interface resource

To display the current resource allocation on a Frame Relay interface, use the
show frame-relay interface resource EXEC command.

show frame-relay interface resource serial card/subcard/port:dlci

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Interface card number, backplane slot number, port number, and logical serial port of the interface.

:dlci

Data-link connection identifier.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The show frame-relay interface resource command display differs depending on whether the interface type is Frame Relay or Frame FUNI.

Examples

The following example displays detailed information about a Frame Relay port adapter.

Switch# show frame-relay interface resource serial 1/1/1:12
Encapsulation: FRAME-RELAY
Resource Management configuration:
    Input queues (PAM to switch fabric):
       Discard threshold: 87% vbr-nrt, 87% abr, 87% ubr
       Marking threshold: 75% vbr-nrt, 75% abr, 75% ubr
    Output queues (PAM to line):
       Discard threshold: 87% vbr-nrt, 87% abr, 87% ubr
       Marking threshold: 75% vbr-nrt, 75% abr, 75% ubr
    Overflow servicing for VBR: enabled
    Overbooking: 200%
Resource Management state:
  Available bit rates (in bps):
     3968000 vbr-nrt RX, 3968000 vbr-nrt TX
     3968000 abr RX,     3968000 abr TX
     3968000 ubr RX,     3968000 ubr TX
  Allocated bit rates (in bps):
     0 vbr-nrt RX, 0 vbr-nrt TX
     0 abr RX,     0 abr TX
     0 ubr RX,     0 ubr TX
Switch# 

Related Commands

Command
Description

frame-relay input-queue

Configures discard marking thresholds on a Frame Relay interface in the input direction.

frame-relay output-queue

Configures discard marking thresholds on a Frame Relay interface in the output direction.


show frame-relay lmi

To display LMI specific status for an interface, use the show frame-relay lmi EXEC command.

show frame-relay lmi [interface serial card/subcard/port]

Syntax Description

card/subcard/port

Card, subcard, and port number for the serial interface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(1a)W5(5b)

New command


Usage Guidelines

Enter the show frame-relay lmi command without arguments to obtain statistics about all
Frame Relay interfaces.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show frame-relay lmi command when the interface
is an NNI:

Switch# show frame-relay lmi
 LMI Statistics for interface Serial3/0/0:1 (Frame Relay NNI) LMI TYPE = CISCO
  Invalid Unnumbered info 0             Invalid Prot Disc 0
  Invalid dummy Call Ref 0              Invalid Msg Type 0
  Invalid Status Message 0              Invalid Lock Shift 0
  Invalid Information ID 0              Invalid Report IE Len 0
  Invalid Report Request 0              Invalid Keep IE Len 0
  Num Status Enq. Rcvd 11               Num Status msgs Sent 11
  Num Update Status Rcvd 0              Num St Enq. Timeouts 0
  Num Status Enq. Sent 10               Num Status msgs Rcvd 10
  Num Update Status Sent 0              Num Status Timeouts 0
    

Table 18-29 describes the field descriptions for the show frame-relay lmi command.

Table 18-29 show frame-relay lmi Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

LMI Statistics

Signalling or LMI specification: CISCO, ANSI, or ITU-T.

Invalid Unnumbered info

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid unnumbered information field.

Invalid Prot Disc

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid protocol discriminator.

Invalid dummy Call Ref

Number of received LMI messages with invalid dummy call references.

Invalid Msg Type

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid message type.

Invalid Status Message

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid status message.

Invalid Lock Shift

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid lock shift type.

Invalid Information ID

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid information identifier.

Invalid Report IE Len

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid report IE length.

Invalid Report Request

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid report request.

Invalid Keep IE Len

Number of received LMI messages with an invalid keep IE length.

Num Status Enq. Sent

Number of LMI status inquiry messages sent.

Num Status Msgs Rcvd

Number of LMI status messages received.

Num Update Status Rcvd

Number of LMI asynchronous update status messages received.

Num Status Timeouts

Number of times the status message was not received within the keepalive time value.

Num Status Enq. Rcvd

Number of LMI status enquiry messages received.

Num Status Msgs Sent

Number of LMI status messages sent.

Num Status Enq. Timeouts

Number of times the status enquiry message was not received within the T392 DCE timer value.

Num Update Status Sent

Number of LMI asynchronous update status messages sent.


Related Commands

Command
Description

frame-relay pvc

Creates a Frame Relay-to-ATM network interworking or service interworking PVC or Frame-Relay- to-Frame Relay cross-connected PVC.


show functional-image-info

To display information about the in-system programmable device images (FPGA and PLD images)
for a given module in the system, use the show functional-image-info EXEC command.

show functional-image-info {slot | subslot}

Syntax Description

slot

Physical slot number of the designated module. The range is 0 to 12.

subslot

Physical subslot number of the designated module. The range is 0 or 1.


Defaults

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example displays information about the motherboard in slot 8 of an ATM switch router.

Switch# show functional-image-info 8
Functional Version of the FPGA Image: 3.8
 #Jtag-Distribution-Format-B
 #HardwareRequired: 100(3.1,4.0,5.0)
 #FunctionalVersion: 3.8
 #Sections: 1
 #Section1Format: MOTOROLA_EXORMAX
  Copyright (c) 1996-98 by cisco Systems, Inc.
  All rights reserved.
  generated by:       holliday
  on:                 Fri Jul  3 14:43:15 PDT 1998
  using:              /cougar/bin/jtag_script Version 1.08
  config file:        cpu.jcf
  Chain description:
  Part type Bits Config file
  10k50     10   /cougar/custom/cpu/cidrFpga2/max/cidr_fpga.ttf
  xc4062    3    /cougar/custom/cpu/cubiFpga2/xil/cubi.bit
  xc4062    3    /cougar/custom/cpu/cubiFpga2/xil/cubi.bit
  generic   2
  XC4005    3    /cougar/custom/common/jtcfg/xil/jtcfg_r.bit
  Number devices             = 5
  Number of instruction bits = 21
  FPGA config file information:
  Bitgen date/time  Sum   File
  98/07/03 14:39:17 26503 /cougar/custom/cpu/cidrFpga2/max/cidr_fpga.ttf
  98/06/25 09:44:49 63850 /cougar/custom/cpu/cubiFpga2/xil/cubi.bit
  98/06/25 09:44:49 63850 /cougar/custom/cpu/cubiFpga2/xil/cubi.bit
  98/06/11 16:56:44 49904 /cougar/custom/common/jtcfg/xil/jtcfg_r.bit

Related Commands

Command
Description

reprogram

Upgrades nonvolatile microcode or programmable logic on a selected card from a Flash file.


show hardware

To display the revision number of the hardware, use the show hardware EXEC command.

Catalyst 8540 MSR

show hardware [detail]

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

show hardware

Syntax Description

detail

Shows detailed hardware information. (Catalyst 8540 MSR)


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

Catalyst 8540 MSR

The following example is sample output from the show hardware command for anATM switch router.

Switch# show hardware
 
C8540 named Switch, Date: 10:54:26 UTC Thu Nov 19 1998
 
Slot Ctrlr-Type    Part No.  Rev  Ser No  Mfg Date   RMA No. Hw Vrs  Tst EEP
---- ------------  ---------- -- -------- --------- -------- ------- --- ---
 0/* OCM Board     73-2852-05 03 mic02360 Jan 00 00            1.0          
 0/0 quad622 Gene  73-2852-05 03 mic02360 Jan 00 00            1.0
 2/* Super Cam                02 07285959 Jan 00 00            3.0          
 2/0 155MM PAM     73-1496-03 06 02202232 Jan 15 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
 2/1 155MM PAM     73-1496-03 00 03115169 Feb 23 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
 4/* Route Proc    73-2644-05 02 mic02360 Jan 00 00            5.1
 5/* Switch Card   73-3315-07 02 MIC02390 Jan 00 00            7.1          
 7/* Switch Card   73-3315-07 02 MIC02360 Jan 00 00            7.1
 8/* Route Proc    73-2644-05 00 mic02360 Jan 00 00            5.1          
11/* Super Cam     73-2739-03 11 MIC02380 Jan 00 00            3.0
11/0 155MM PAM     73-1496-03 00 03114868 Feb 24 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2

DS1201 Backplane EEPROM:
Model  Ver.  Serial  MAC-Address  MAC-Size  RMA  RMA-Number   MFG-Date
------ ---- -------- ------------ --------  ---  ----------  -----------
C8540  2   6312897 00107BC6F300   1024      0        0      Aug 21 1998
cubi version : D

Examples

The following is sample output from the show hardware detail command for an ATM switch router.

Switch# show hardware detail
 
C8540 named Switch, Date: 10:54:45 UTC Thu Nov 19 1998
 
Slot Ctrlr-Type    Part No.  Rev  Ser No  Mfg Date   RMA No. Hw Vrs  Tst EEP
---- ------------  ---------- -- -------- --------- -------- ------- --- ---
 0/* OCM Board     73-2852-05 03 mic02360 Jan 00 00            1.0          
 0/0 quad622 Gene  73-2852-05 03 mic02360 Jan 00 00            1.0
 2/* Super Cam                02 07285959 Jan 00 00            3.0          
 2/0 155MM PAM     73-1496-03 06 02202232 Jan 15 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
 2/1 155MM PAM     73-1496-03 00 03115169 Feb 23 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
11/* Super Cam     73-2739-03 11 MIC02380 Jan 00 00            3.0
11/0 155MM PAM     73-1496-03 00 03114868 Feb 24 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2

slot:  0/*  Controller-Type : OCM Board                       
Part Number: 73-2852-05                          Revision: 03      
Serial Number: mic0236002b                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 1.0
 
slot:  0/0  Controller-Type : quad622 Generic                 
Part Number: 73-2852-05                          Revision: 03      
Serial Number: mic0236002b                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 1.0
 
slot:  2/*  Controller-Type : Super Cam                       
Part Number:                                     Revision: 02      
Serial Number: 07285959                          Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 3.0
 
slot:  4/*  Controller-Type : Route Proc                      
Part Number: 73-2644-05                          Revision: 02      
Serial Number: mic0236005c                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 5.1
 
slot:  5/*  Controller-Type : Switch Card                     
Part Number: 73-3315-07                          Revision: 02      
Serial Number: MIC023900RD                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 7.1
 
slot:  7/*  Controller-Type : Switch Card                     
Part Number: 73-3315-07                          Revision: 02      
Serial Number: MIC0236003C                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 7.1
 
slot:  8/*  Controller-Type : Route Proc                      
Part Number: 73-2644-05                          Revision: 00      
Serial Number: mic0236005g                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 5.1
 
slot: 11/*  Controller-Type : Super Cam                       
Part Number: 73-2739-03                          Revision: 11      
Serial Number: MIC0238007E                       Mfg Date: Jan 00 00   
RMA Number:   H/W Version: 3.0
 
DS1201 Backplane EEPROM:
Model  Ver.  Serial  MAC-Address  MAC-Size  RMA  RMA-Number   MFG-Date
------ ---- -------- ------------ --------  ---  ----------  -----------
C8540  2   6312897 00107BC6F300   1024      0        0      Aug 21 1998
cubi version : D

Examples

Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010

The following example is sample output from the show hardware command for an ATM switch router.

Switch# show hardware

LS1010 named Switch, Date: 12:27:09 UTC Tue Sep 30 1997
Feature Card's FPGA Download Version: 0

Slot Ctrlr-Type    Part No.  Rev  Ser No  Mfg Date   RMA No. Hw Vrs  Tst EEP
---- ------------  ---------- -- -------- --------- -------- ------- --- ---
0/0  155UTP PAM    73-1572-02 01 02749041 Jan 17 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
0/1  155MM PAM     73-1496-03 06 02180424 Jan 16 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
1/0  155MM PAM     73-1496-03 06 02180444 Jan 17 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
1/1  155MM PAM     73-1496-03 06 02202228 Jan 11 96 00-00-00   3.0     0   2
3/0  CE-T1 PAM     73-2176-02 A0 03669320 Feb 15 97 00-00-00   1.0     0   2
3/1  QUAD DS3 PAM  73-2197-02 A0 03816513 Jan 30 97 00-00-00   2.0     0   2
2/0  ATM Swi/Proc  73-1402-06 C2 05426230 Sep 23 97 00-00-00   4.0     0   2
2/1  FC-PFQ        73-2281-04 01 04845638 Sep 17 97 00-00-00   4.0     0   2

DS1201 Backplane EEPROM:
Model  Ver.  Serial  MAC-Address  MAC-Size  RMA  RMA-Number   MFG-Date
------ ---- -------- ------------ --------  ---  ----------  -----------
UNKNOWN  255   -1 FFFFFFFFFFFF   65535      255 	16777215 	 `Vv8`x``V`u ^V` 255 65535

show history

To list the commands you have entered in the current EXEC session, use the show history
EXEC command.

show history

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Usage Guidelines

The command history feature provides a record of EXEC commands you have entered.

Table 18-30 lists the keys and functions you can use to recall commands from the command history buffer.

Table 18-30 History Keys

Key
Function

Ctrl-P or Up arrow

Recalls commands in the history buffer in a backward sequence, beginning with the most recent command. Repeat the key sequence to recall successively older commands.

Ctrl-N or Down arrow

Returns to more recent commands in the history buffer after recalling commands with Ctrl-P or the Up arrow. Repeat the key sequence to recall successively more recent commands.


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show history command, which lists the commands the user has entered in EXEC mode for this session.

Switch# show history
  help
  where
  show hosts
  show history

Related Commands

None

show hosts

To display the default domain name, the style of the name lookup service, a list of name server hosts, and the cached list of host names and addresses, use the show hosts EXEC command.

show hosts hostname

Syntax Description

hostname

Specifies the host name of the server to display.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show hosts command.

Switch# show hosts

Default domain is CISCO.COM
Name/address lookup uses domain service
Name servers are 255.255.255.255
Host	              Flag        	Age	   Type	       Address(es)
SLAG.CISCO.COM	    (temp, OK)  	1     	IP         	131.108.4.10
CHAR.CISCO.COM    	(temp, OK)  	8     	IP	         192.31.7.50
CHAOS.CISCO.COM	   (temp, OK)  	8     	IP         	131.108.1.115
DIRT.CISCO.COM	    (temp, EX)  	8     	IP         	131.108.1.111
DUSTBIN.CISCO.COM	 (temp, EX)  	0     	IP         	131.108.1.27
DREGS.CISCO.COM	   (temp, EX)  	24    	IP         	131.108.1.30

Table 18-31 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 18-31 show hosts Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Flag

A temporary entry is entered by a name server; the switch removes the entry after 72 hours of inactivity. An entry marked perm is entered by a configuration command and is not timed out. Entries marked OK are considered valid. Entries with question marks (??) are suspect and subject to revalidation. Entries marked EX are expired.

Age

Indicates the number of hours since the switch last referred to the cache entry.

Type

Identifies the type of address, for example, IP, CLNS, or X.121. If you have used the ip hp-host global configuration command, the show hosts command displays these host names as type HP-IP.

Address(es)

Shows the address of the host. One host may have up to eight addresses.


Related Commands

Command
Description

clear host

Deletes entries from the host-name-and-address cache.


show ima interface

To display the IMA interface, IMA group, and ATM layer hardware configuration, use the
show ima interface EXEC command.

show ima interface [{atm | atm-p} {card/subcard/port | card/subcard/imagroup} [detailed]]

Syntax Description

atm

Specifies an ATM interface.

atm-p

Specifies an ATM-P interface.

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number for the ATM or ATM-P interface.

card/subcard/imagroup

Specifies the card, subcard, and IMA group number (0 to 3) for the ATM interface.

detailed

Displays more detailed information; must be the last keyword of the command.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(4a)W5(11a)

New command. Originally show ima interface (Catalyst 8510 MSR and LightStream 1010)


Usage Guidelines

The show ima interface command has two specific display types, the IMA group information display and the IMA port adapter hardware information display.

The IMA group ATM layer information display is shown using the ima keyword and IMA group number instead of the port number in the hardware interface description.


Note If no ATM keyword is entered, the show ima interface command displays all IMA interfaces that are present in the system.



Note This command is only supported on systems equipped with FC-PFQ.


Examples

The following example shows how to use the show ima interface command with no interface variables to display the ATM layer information for all IMA groups in tabular mode.

Switch# show ima interface
ATM0/0/ima1 is up
        Group Index    = 1
        State: NearEnd = operational, FarEnd = operational
        FailureStatus  = noFailure
IMA Group Current Configuration:
        MinNumTxLinks = 2    MinNumRxLinks = 2
        DiffDelayMax  = 25   FrameLength   = 128
        NeTxClkMode   = common(ctc)  CTC_Reference_Link = ATM0/0/0
        TestLink      = 0    TestPattern   = 0
        TestProcStatus     = operating  GTSM change timestamp = 990618150733
IMA Link Information:
Link           Physical Status        NearEnd Rx Status       Test Status
-----          ---------------        -----------------      ---------------
ATM0/0/0       up                     active                 operating
ATM0/0/1       up                     active                 operating
ATM0/0/2       up                     active                 operating

The following example shows how to use the show ima interface command to display the ATM layer information for a specific IMA group in tabular mode.

Switch# show ima interface atm 0/0/ima1
ATM0/0/ima1 is up
        Group Index    = 1
        State: NearEnd = operational, FarEnd = operational
        FailureStatus  = noFailure
IMA Group Current Configuration:
        MinNumTxLinks = 2    MinNumRxLinks = 2
        DiffDelayMax  = 25   FrameLength   = 128
        NeTxClkMode   = common(ctc)  CTC_Reference_Link = ATM0/0/0
        TestLink      = 0    TestPattern   = 0
        TestProcStatus     = operating  GTSM change timestamp = 990618150733
IMA Link Information:
Link           Physical Status        NearEnd Rx Status       Test Status
-----          ---------------        -----------------      ---------------
ATM0/0/0       up                     active                 operating
ATM0/0/1       up                     active                 operating
ATM0/0/2       up                     active                 operating


Examples

The following example shows how to use the show ima interface command to display the ATM layer information for the IMA group in detailed mode.

Switch# show ima interface atm 0/0/ima1 detailed
ATM0/0/ima1 is up
        Group Index    = 1
        State: NearEnd = operational, FarEnd = operational
        FailureStatus  = noFailure
IMA Group Current Configuration:
        MinNumTxLinks = 2    MinNumRxLinks = 2
        DiffDelayMax  = 25   FrameLength   = 128
        NeTxClkMode   = common(ctc)  CTC_Reference_Link = ATM0/0/0
        TestLink      = 0    TestPattern   = 0
        TestProcStatus     = operating  GTSM change timestamp = 990618150733
Detailed group Information:
        Symmetry        = symmetricOperation
        FeTxClkMode     = common(ctc)
        RxFrameLength   = 128
        TxTimingRefLink = 0     RxTimingRefLink = 2
        TxImaId         = 1     RxImaId         = 1
        NumTxCfgLinks   = 3     NumRxCfgLinks   = 3
        NumTxActLinks   = 3     NumRxActLinks   = 3
        LeastDelayLink  = 2     DiffDelayMaxObs = 0
Group counters:
        NeNumFailures   = 1     FeNumFailures   = 1
        UnAvailSecs     = 2     RunningSecs     = 345032
IMA Detailed Link Information:
ATM0/0/0 is up
        RowStatus = active
        IfIndex   = 5           GroupIndex = 1
        State:
                NeTx = active   NeRx = active
                FeTx = active   FeRx = active
        FailureStatus:
                NeRx = noFailure        FeRx = noFailure
        TxLid            = 0    RxLid           = 2
        RxTestPattern    = 64   TestProcStatus   = operating
        RelativeDelay    = 0 
IMA Link counters :
        ImaViolations    = 1
        NeSevErroredSecs = 1    FeSevErroredSecs = 1
        NeUnavailSecs    = 0    FeUnAvailSecs    = 0
        NeTxUnusableSecs = 2    NeRxUnUsableSecs = 1
        FeTxUnusableSecs = 2    FeRxUnusableSecs = 2
        NeTxNumFailures  = 0    NeRxNumFailures  = 0
        FeTxNumFailures  = 0    FeRxNumFailures  = 0
ATM0/0/1 is up
        RowStatus = active
        IfIndex   = 6           GroupIndex = 1
        State:
                NeTx = active   NeRx = active
                FeTx = active   FeRx = active
        FailureStatus:
                NeRx = noFailure        FeRx = noFailure
        TxLid            = 1    RxLid           = 3
        RxTestPattern    = 64   TestProcStatus   = operating
        RelativeDelay    = 2
IMA Link counters :
        ImaViolations    = 1
        NeSevErroredSecs = 0    FeSevErroredSecs = 1
        NeUnavailSecs    = 0    FeUnAvailSecs    = 0
        NeTxUnusableSecs = 1    NeRxUnUsableSecs = 1
        FeTxUnusableSecs = 1    FeRxUnusableSecs = 1
        NeTxNumFailures  = 0    NeRxNumFailures  = 0
        FeTxNumFailures  = 0    FeRxNumFailures  = 0
ATM0/0/2 is up
        RowStatus = active
        IfIndex   = 7           GroupIndex = 1
        State:
                NeTx = active   NeRx = active
                FeTx = active   FeRx = active
        FailureStatus:
                NeRx = noFailure        FeRx = noFailure
        TxLid            = 2    RxLid           = 4
        RxTestPattern    = 64   TestProcStatus   = operating
        RelativeDelay    = 0
IMA Link counters :
        ImaViolations    = 1
        NeSevErroredSecs = 1    FeSevErroredSecs = 1
        NeUnavailSecs    = 0    FeUnAvailSecs    = 0
        NeTxUnusableSecs = 2    NeRxUnUsableSecs = 2
        FeTxUnusableSecs = 1    FeRxUnusableSecs = 1
        NeTxNumFailures  = 0    NeRxNumFailures  = 0
        FeTxNumFailures  = 0    FeRxNumFailures  = 0

Examples

The following example shows how to use the show ima interface command to display the specific ATM interface hardware configuration in detailed mode.

Switch# show ima interface atm 0/0/0 detailed
ATM0/0/0 is up
        RowStatus = active
        IfIndex   = 5           GroupIndex = 1
        State:
                NeTx = active   NeRx = active
                FeTx = active   FeRx = active
        FailureStatus:
                NeRx = noFailure        FeRx = noFailure
        TxLid            = 0    RxLid           = 2
        RxTestPattern    = 64   TestProcStatus   = operating
        RelativeDelay    = 0
IMA Link counters :
        ImaViolations    = 1
        NeSevErroredSecs = 1    FeSevErroredSecs = 1
        NeUnavailSecs    = 0    FeUnAvailSecs    = 0
        NeTxUnusableSecs = 2    NeRxUnUsableSecs = 1
        FeTxUnusableSecs = 2    FeRxUnusableSecs = 2
        NeTxNumFailures  = 0    NeRxNumFailures  = 0
        FeTxNumFailures  = 0    FeRxNumFailures  = 0

Examples

The following example shows how to use the show ima interface command to display the specific ATM interface hardware configuration.

Switch# show ima interface atm 0/0/0
ATM0/0/0 is up
        RowStatus = active
        IfIndex   = 5           GroupIndex = 1
        State:
                NeTx = active   NeRx = active
                FeTx = active   FeRx = active
        FailureStatus:
                NeRx = noFailure        FeRx = noFailure
        TxLid            = 0    RxLid           = 2
        RxTestPattern    = 64   TestProcStatus   = operating
        RelativeDelay    = 0
IMA Link counters :
        ImaViolations    = 1
        NeSevErroredSecs = 1    FeSevErroredSecs = 1
        NeUnavailSecs    = 0    FeUnAvailSecs    = 0
        NeTxUnusableSecs = 2    NeRxUnUsableSecs = 1
        FeTxUnusableSecs = 2    FeRxUnusableSecs = 2
        NeTxNumFailures  = 0    NeRxNumFailures  = 0
        FeTxNumFailures  = 0    FeRxNumFailures  = 0

Table 18-32 describes some key fields in the show ima interface command displays.

Table 18-32 show ima interface Field Descriptions  

Field
Description

MinNumTxLinks

Minimum number of transmit links configured for the IMA group to function.

MinNumRxLinks

Minimum number of receive links configured for the IMA group to function.

DiffDelayMax

Maximum differential delay configured for the IMA group.

FrameLength

Frame length configured for the IMA group.

NeTxClkMode

Near-end transmit clock mode configured for the IMA group.

TestProcStatus

Test procedure status configured for the IMA group.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show atm interface

Displays ATM-specific information about an ATM interface.

show interfaces

Displays the interface configuration, status, and statistics.


show interfaces

To display the interface configuration, status, and statistics, use the show interfaces command.

show interfaces {type [card/subcard/port[:cgn] |card/subcard/imagroup]}

Syntax Description

type

Specifies one of the interface types listed in Table 18-32.

card/subcard/port

Specifies the card, subcard, and port number of the ATM, ATM-P, CBR, or Ethernet interface.

:cgn

Specifies the channel-group number (identifier).

card/subcard/imagroup

Specifies the card, subcard, and IMA group number of the ATM interface.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1(4)

New command. Originally show interface.


Usage Guidelines

Table 18-33 shows the interface types for the show interfaces EXEC command.

Table 18-33 Interface Types for the show interfaces Command

Type
Description

accounting

Shows the ATM accounting interface information.

atm

Specifies the ATM interface.

atm-p

Specifies the ATM pseudo interface.

cbr

Specifies the CBR interface.

ethernet

Specifies the main Ethernet interface (0).

serial

Specifies a serial interface, such as a channelized Frame Relay interface.


At Cisco, implementation of Frame Relay supports the following three LMI types:
Cisco, ANSI Annex D, and ITU-T Q.933 Annex A. The LMI type is set per interface and is
shown in the output of the show interfaces command. The default LMI type is Cisco.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show interfaces command. In this example, CRC is the number of correctable and uncorrectable input HCS errors.

Input and output packets are the number of terminated cells received or transmitted over the interface for physical ports. For the route processor port, the number represents AAL5 packets plus the terminating OAM cells received or transmitted.

Switch# show interfaces
Main-ATM0 is up, line protocol is up
  Hardware is ATMS2000 switch fabric
  Internet address is 1.2.2.2 255.0.0.0
  MTU 4470 bytes, BW 10000000 Kbit, DLY 0 usec, rely 255/255, load 1/255
  NSAP address: 47.00918100000000000CA7CE01.0003BBE42A06.00
  Encapsulation ATM, loopback not set, keepalive not set
  Encapsulation(s):
  2048 maximum active VCs, 0 VCs per VP, 0 current VCCs
  VC idle disconnect time: 300 seconds
  Signalling vc = 32, vpi = 0, vci = 5
  UNI Version = 3.0, Link Side = user
  Last input 0:00:02, output 0:00:02, output hang never
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
  Input queue: 0/75/0 (size/max/drops); Total output drops: 0
  Output queue: 0/64/0 (size/threshold/drops)
     Conversations  0/0 (active/max active)
     Reserved Conversations 0/0 (allocated/max allocated)
  5 minute input rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
  5 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
     8977 packets input, 566317 bytes, 0 no buffer
     Received 0 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants
     0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored, 0 abort
     8981 packets output, 475993 bytes, 0 underruns
5 output errors, 0 collisions, 0 interface resets, 0 restarts
     0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out
Ethernet0 is up, line protocol is up
  Hardware is SonicT, address is 0002.bbe4.2a00 (bia 0002.bbe4.2a00)
  Internet address is 172.20.40.43 255.255.255.0
  MTU 1500 bytes, BW 10000 Kbit, DLY 1000 usec, rely 255/255, load 1/255
  Encapsulation ARPA, loopback not set, keepalive set (10 sec)
  ARP type: ARPA, ARP Timeout 4:00:00
  Last input 0:00:03, output 0:00:04, output hang never
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
  Output queue 0/40, 0 drops; input queue 0/75, 0 drops
  5 minute input rate 2000 bits/sec, 2 packets/sec
  5 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
     70468 packets input, 29650832 bytes, 0 no buffer
     Received 70458 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants
     0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored, 0 abort
     0 input packets with dribble condition detected
     1140 packets output, 359630 bytes, 0 underruns
     0 output errors, 0 collisions, 1 interface resets, 0 restarts
     0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out

Table 18-34 lists the keyword field descriptions for the show interfaces command.

Table 18-34 show interfaces serial Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

MTU

Number of maximum transmission units.

BW

Number of bandwidth (kbps).

Dly

Number of station delay parameter (used by IGRP).

relay

Number of reliability coefficient.

load

Number of load (IGRP).

last input

Amount of time since last input in the following format: hh:mm:ss.

last output

Amount of time since last output in the following format: hh:mm:ss.

output hang

Time of last reset for output failure.

output queue

Size of output queue or default size of queue.

drops

Number of all output drops.

packets input

Number of all packets received since last reset.

bytes

Number of all bytes received since last reset.

no buffers

Number of all drops because of no buffers.

broadcasts, runts, giants

Not applicable if this is an ATM interface.

input errors

Number of damaged packets received.

crc

Number of packets received with correctable and uncorrectable input HCS errors.

frame

Number of packets with framing and alignment errors.

overrun, ignored, abort

Not applicable if this is an ATM interface.


Examples

The following example is sample output from the show interfaces serial command for a serial interface with Cisco LMI enabled.

Switch# show interfaces serial 0/1/0:5
Serial0/1/0:5 is up, line protocol is up 
    Hardware is FRPAM-SERIAL
    MTU 4096 bytes, BW 1536 Kbit, DLY 0 usec, rely 229/255, load 14/255
    Encapsulation FRAME-RELAY, loopback not set, keepalive set (10 sec)
    LMI enq sent  0, LMI stat recvd 0, LMI upd recvd 0
    LMI enq recvd 8010, LMI stat sent  8010, LMI upd sent  0, DCE LMI up
    LMI DLCI 1023  LMI type is CISCO  frame relay DCE
    Last input never, output never, output hang never
    Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
    Input queue: 0/75/0 (size/max/drops); Total output drops: 0
    Queueing strategy: weighted fair
    Output queue: 0/64/0 (size/threshold/drops) 
       Conversations  0/1 (active/max active)
       Reserved Conversations 0/0 (allocated/max allocated)
    5 minute input rate 67000 bits/sec, 786 packets/sec
    5 minute output rate 85000 bits/sec, 786 packets/sec
       32556459 packets input, 421648869 bytes, 0 no buffer
       Received 0 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants, 0 throttles
       690040 input errors, 425237 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored, 0 abort
       32130599 packets output, 466708295 bytes, 36921560 underruns
       3094283652 output errors, 0 collisions, 0 interface resets
       0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out
       28 carrier transitions
   Timeslots(s) Used: 1-24 on T1 5 
   Frames Received with:
    DE set: 0, FECN set :4294879164, BECN set: 0
   Frames Tagged :
    DE: 0, FECN: 615698146 BECN: 0
   Frames Discarded Due to Alignment Error: 0
   Frames Discarded Due to Illegal Length: 0
   Frames Received with unknown DLCI: 0
   Frames with illegal Header : 0 
   Transmit Frames with FECN set :0,  BECN Set :0 
   Transmit Frames Tagged FECN : 3463814532 BECN : 3469839556 
   Transmit Frames Discarded due to No buffers : 0

Examples

The following is sample output from the show interfaces atm command for an IMA group interface.

Switch# show interfaces atm 0/0/ima1
ATM0/0/ima1 is up, line protocol is up
  Hardware is imapam_t1_ima
  MTU 4470 bytes, sub MTU 4470, BW 1500 Kbit, DLY 0 usec, rely 255/255, load 1/2
55
  Encapsulation ATM, loopback not set, keepalive not supported
  Last input 00:00:01, output 00:00:01, output hang never
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
  Input queue: 0/75/0 (size/max/drops); Total output drops: 0
  Queueing strategy: weighted fair
  Output queue: 0/1000/64/0 (size/max total/threshold/drops)
     Conversations  0/0/256 (active/max active/max total)
     Reserved Conversations 0/0 (allocated/max allocated)
  5 minute input rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
  5 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
     16253 packets input, 861409 bytes, 0 no buffer
     Received 0 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants, 0 throttles
     0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored, 0 abort
     16168 packets output, 856904 bytes, 0 underruns
     0 output errors, 0 collisions, 1 interface resets
     0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out

Related Commands

Command
Description

show atm interface

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