show bfd session vr all

show bfd session {ipv4 | ipv6} {ipaddress } { vr [vrname |all ] }

Description

Displays general information about a BFD session.

Syntax Description

ipv4

Displays all IPv4 sessions.

ipv6

Displays all IPv6 sessions.

ipaddress

Displays session that has specified address as destination address.

vrname

Displays sessions in specified VR.

Default

Displays all IPv4 sessions by default if ipv4 or ipv6 keyword is not specified.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to display general information about a BFD session.

Example

The following command displays general information about the BFD session:

show bfd session vr all

Following is sample output from this command:

Neighbor       Interface      Clients  Detection  Status       VR
=============================================
30.30.30.2     bfdVlan        ----s      0        Down         VR-Default
=============================================
Clients Flag: m - MPLS, o - OSPF, s - Static
NOTE: All timers in milliseconds.
Following is sample output with hardware assist information displayed:
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# show bfd session detail vr all   
Neighbour      : 10.10.10.1          Local       : 10.10.10.2   
Vr-Name        : bfd_vr10            Interface   : bfd_vlan10   
Session Type   : Single Hop          State       : Up   
?    
Up Count                        : 1    
Last Valid Packet Rx            : 00:51:49.300000    
Last Packet Tx                  : 00:51:48.8200000    
Hardware Assist                 : Yes    
          
Neighbour      : 10.10.11.1          Local       : 10.10.11.2   
Vr-Name        : bfd_vr10            Interface   : bfd_vlan11   
Session Type   : Single Hop          State       : Up   
?    
Up Count                        : 1    
Last Valid Packet Rx            : 00:51:49.300000    
Last Packet Tx                  : 00:51:48.8200000    
Hardware Assist                 : Yes

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.4.

The hardware assist example output was added in ExtremeXOS 21.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on all platforms.