Displaying the RSVP-TE LSP
This command displays the LSP information associated with RSVP-TE that is used to forward packets within the MPLS network. If no options are specified, summary information for all RSVP-TE LSPs is displayed. This information includes the LSP name, LSP direction relative to the MPLS network (i.e., ingress, egress, or transit), incoming and or outgoing interface, configured destination, and uptime. If the optional LSP name parameter is specified, only the LSP information for the specified ingress LSP name is displayed. Optionally, the LSPs displayed can be further qualified by the keywords ingress, egress, and transit. These keywords qualify the LSPs displayed from the perspective of the switch.
Ingress LSPs identify LSPs that originate from the switch into the MPLS network. Egress LSPs identify LSPs that terminate at the switch from the MPLS network. Transit LSPs represent LSPs that traverse the switch.
The optional destination keyword limits the display to only those LSPs that terminate at the specified IP address. The optional origin keyword limits the display to only those LSPs that originate at the specified IP address. Optionally specifying the detail keyword displays the LSP information in verbose format. Additional information displayed includes the configured path and profile, transmit and/or receive labels, failure and retry counts, packet and byte counters, and recorded routes.