Vyatta Network OS Documentation

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show mpls rsvp interface

Displays which interfaces are MPLS RSVP-enabled or the RSVP parameters configured on a specified interface.

show mpls rsvp interface [ name ]
name
The name of the specified interface.

Operational mode

Use this command to display which interfaces are MPLS RSVP- enabled or to display the RSVP parameters configured on a specified interface.

The following example shows how to use the show mpls rsvp interface command to display which interfaces are MPLS RSVP-enabled.


 vyatta@vyatta:~$ show mpls rsvp interface 
Interface     RSVP status   Interface Type
lo            Disabled      N/A
eth0          Disabled      N/A
dp0p1s6       Disabled      N/A
dp0p1s10      Enabled       Ethernet
dp0p1s11      Enabled       Ethernet
dp0p1s15      Enabled       Ethernet

The following example shows how to display which RSVP parameters are configured on a specified MPLS RSVP-enabled interface.


vyatta@vyatta:~$ show mpls rsvp interface dp0p1s11
Status                        : Enabled
Interface Index               : 10
Refresh Reduction usage       : Enabled
Message Acknowledgement       : Disabled
Bundle Buffer size            : 65532
Current Epoch Value           : 247115164
Primary IPv4 address          : 10.10.11.5
Primary IPv6 address          : fe80::5054:ff:fe00:511
Interface Type                : Ethernet
Administrative Group          : blue
Configured refresh time       : 30
Configured keep multiplier    : 3
Acknowledgement Await Timeout : 10
Hello Receipt                 : Disabled
Hello Interval                : 2000
Hello Timeout                 : 7000
Non IANA Hello exchange       : Disabled