show ospf

show ospf

Description

Displays global OSPF information.

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or argments.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

Not applicable.

Example

The following command displays global OSPF information:

show ospf

The following is sample output from this command:

OSPF                : Disabled         MPLS LSP as Next-Hop: No
RouterId            : 0.0.0.0          RouterId Selection  : Automatic
ASBR                : No               ABR                 : No
ExtLSA              : 0                ExtLSAChecksum      : 0x0
OriginateNewLSA     : 0                ReceivedNewLSA      : 0
SpfHoldTime         : 3                Lsa Batch Interval  : 30s
CapabilityOpaqueLSA : Enabled
10M Cost            : 22               100M Cost           : 20  
1000M Cost (1G)     : 19               2500M Cost (2.5G)   : 18   
5000M Cost (5G)     : 17               10000M Cost (10G)   : 16   
25000M Cost (25G)   : 15               40000M Cost (40G)   : 13   
50000M Cost (50G)   : 12               100000M Cost (100G) : 10   
ASExternal LSALimit : Disabled         Timeout (Count)     : Disabled (0)
Originate Default   : Enabled    Always : Yes  Type: 2    Cost: 10   Tag: 0
SNMP Traps          : Enabled          SNMP Trap Bit Map   : 0xffff
VXLAN Extensions    : Enabled
Redistribute:
Protocol              Status   cost  Type Tag        Policy
direct                Disabled 0     0    0          None
static                Disabled 0     0    0          None
rip                   Disabled 0     0    0          None
e-bgp                 Disabled 0     0    0          None
i-bgp                 Disabled 0     0    0          None
isis-level-1          Disabled 0     0    0          None
isis-level-2          Disabled 0     0    0          None
isis-level-1-external Disabled 0     0    0          None
isis-level-2-external Disabled 0     0    0          None
host-mobility         Enabled  0     2    0          None

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 10.1.

The SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Traps and 40G parameters were added in ExtremeXOS 12.6.

Platform Availability

This command is available on platforms with an Advanced Edge or Core license as described in the Feature License Requirements document.