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show ipv6 route variance console

Detects IPv6 routes that are missing from the RIB, kernel, and data plane table and displays the discrepancy at the console.

show ipv6 route variance console

Operational mode

Detects the IPv6 routes that are missing from the RIB, kernel, and data plane tables and displays the discrepancy at the console. The discrepancy contains IPv6 routes and addresses that are missing from the RIB, kernel, and data plane table. A missing route is identified by using codes such as R for RIB, K for kernel, and D for data plane. This command verifies only active routes and interfaces and can help during debugging.
Note: Ciena recommends that you use the command in a stable environment to ensure that you do not get wrong results. The vRouter may take more time to generate the output if the system has millions of routes.

The following example shows how to display the discrepancy at the console. The following output indicates that 2626:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:8888:1 address is missing from the data plane. The route variance table indicates that all tables are synchronized and that no IPv6 route is missing.

vyatta@vyatta# show ipv6 route variance console

Codes: R - RIB, K - Kernel, D - Dataplane (Indicates the table Id in which the address/route is missing)

Interface Variance Table:

     D    2626:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:8888:1 dp0s3 (present in Kernel)

Route Variance Table:
Routes are in sync