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show ipv6 mroute

Displays the IPv6 multicast routing table.

show ipv6 mroute [ group group [ source source ] ] [ dense | sparse | count | summary ]

When used with no option, this command displays information for the complete IPv6 multicast routing table.

group group
Shows IPv6 multicast routes for the specified multicast group. The format is an IPv6 multicast address.
source source
Used in source-specific multicast. Shows multicast routes for the specified IPv6 multicast source. The format is an IPv6 multicast address.
dense
Shows dense-mode IPv6 multicast routes.
sparse
Shows sparse-mode IPv6 multicast routes.
count
Shows IPv6 multicast-route and packet-count information.
summary
Shows abbreviated IPv6 multicast route information.

Operational mode

Use this command to display the IPv6 multicast routing table.

The following example shows how to display an IPv6 multicast routing table.

vyatta@vyatta:~$ show ipv6 mroute

IPv6 Multicast Routing Table
Flags: I - Immediate Stat, T - Timed Stat, F - Forwarder installed
Timers: Uptime/Stat Expiry
Interface State: Interface
(3ffe:10:10:1::96, ff1e::10), uptime 00:00:09, stat expires 00:03:21
Owner PIM-SMv6, Flags: TF
Incoming interface: wm0
Outgoing interface list:
wm1
(3ffe:10:10:1::96, ff1e::12), uptime 00:00:02, stat expires 00:03:28
Owner PIM-SMv6, Flags: TF
Incoming interface: wm0
Outgoing interface list:
wm1
vyatta@vyatta:~$