show cfm segment frame-delay/frame-loss mep id

show cfm segment {{segment_name} | {frame-delay {segment_name}} | {frame-loss {segment_name {mep mep_id}}}}

Description

This command is used to display the current status and configured values of a cfm segment.

Syntax Description

segment_name

An alpha numeric string identifying the segment name.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to display the current status and configured values of a cfm segment.

Note

Note

In this command, the row “pending frames” will be displayed only for on-demand mode of transmission.

A segment is considered as active if any of the MEPs in the segment is enabled for Frame Loss measurement. Active Segment count will be incremented by one only even if there are multiple MEPs enabled for Frame Loss. For example, assume that there are 3 segments created - seg1, seg2 and seg3. Segment "seg1" is enabled for Frame Delay measurement. Segment "seg3" has 10 MEPs added with 4 enabled for Frame Loss measurement, the following are the valid counts. Switch wide "Total Configured Segments" will be 3 and "Total Active Segments" will be 2. For Segments "seg1" and "seg2", "Total Configured MEPs" and "Total Active MEPs" will be 0. For segment "seg3", "Total Configured MEPs" will be 10 and "Total Active MEPs" will be 4.

By default, both the Frame Delay and Frame Loss sections are displayed for all the CFM segments. The user has option to filter out based on Segment Name or Frame Delay / Frame Loss.

The behavior for each of the optional parameters is explained below:
  • Show cfm segment: Displays frame-delay and frame-loss information for all the CFM segments.

  • Show cfm segment segment_name: Displays frame-delay and frame-loss information for the given CFM segment.

  • Show cfm segment frame-delay: Displays frame-delay information for all the CFM segments.

  • Show cfm segment frame-delay segment_name: Displays frame-delay information for the given CFM segment.

  • Show cfm segment frame-loss: Displays frame-loss information for all the CFM segments (and all the MEPs under each of the segment).

  • Show cfm segment frame-loss segment_name: Displays frame-loss information for the given CFM segment (and all the MEPs under the given segment).

  • Show cfm segment frame-loss segment_name mep mep_id: Displays frame-loss information for the given CFM segment - MEP ID combination.

Example

Switch#show cfm segment sc-rtp
CFM Segment Name                   : sc-rtp
Domain Name                        : pbt-d2
Association                        : pbt-d2-protecting
MD Level                           : 2
Destination MAC                    : 00:04:96:1e:14:70
Frame Delay:
MEP ID                          : 100
DMM Transmission                : In Progress
Transmission mode               : Continuous
Frames Transmitted              : 24
Frames Received                 : 15
DMM Tx Interval                 : 2 secs
DMR Rx Timeout                  : 10 msec
Alarm Threshold                 : 10 %
Clear Threshold                 : 95 %
Measurement Window Size         : 60
Class of Service                : 0
Tx Start Time                   : Fri Apr 17 01:29:45 2009
Min Delay                       : Fri Apr 17 01:30:29 2009
Max Delay                       : Fri Apr 17 01:30:03 2009
Last Alarm Time                 : Fri Apr 17 01:29:59 2009
Alarm State                     : Set
Lost Frames in Current Window   : 9

MEP ID                          : 200   
DMM Transmission                : In Progress   
Transmission mode               : Continuous   
Frames Transmitted              : 24   
Frames Received                 : 15   
DMM Tx Interval                 : 2 secs   
DMR Rx Timeout                  : 10 msec   
Alarm Threshold                 : 10 %   
Clear Threshold                 : 95 %   
Measurement Window Size         : 60   
Class of Service                : 0   
Tx Start Time                   : Fri Apr 17 01:29:45 2009   
Min Delay                       : Fri Apr 17 01:30:29 2009   
Max Delay                       : Fri Apr 17 01:30:03 2009   
Last Alarm Time                 : Fri Apr 17 01:29:59 2009   
Alarm State                     : Set
Lost Frames in Current Window   : 9


Frame Loss:
LMM Tx Interval                 : 2 secs
LMR Rx Timeout                  : 10 msec
SES Threshold                   : 30 %
Consecutive Available Count     : 10
Measurement Window Size         : 60
Class of Service                : 0
Total Configured MEPs           : 2
Total Active MEPs               : 2
MEP ID                       : 100
LMM Transmission             : In Progress
Transmission mode            : Continuous
Frames Transmitted           : 24
Frames Received              : 15
Availability Status          : Available/Unavailable
Unavailability Start Time    : Fri Apr 17 01:10:45 2011
Unavailability End Time      : Fri Apr 17 01:20:45 2011
Tx Start Time                : Fri Apr 17 01:10:45 2011
Min Near-End Frame Loss      : Fri Apr 17 01:29:45 2009
Max Near-End Frame Loss      : Fri Apr 17 01:39:45 2009
Min Far-End Frame Loss       : Fri Apr 17 01:49:45 2009
Max Far-End Frame Loss       : Fri Apr 17 01:59:45 2009
MEP ID                       : 200
LMM Transmission             : In Progress
Transmission mode            : Continuous
Frames Transmitted           : 24
Frames Received              : 15
Availability Status          : Available/Unavailable
Unavailability Start Time    : Fri Apr 17 01:10:45 2011
Unavailability End Time      : Fri Apr 17 01:20:45 2011
Tx Start Time                : Fri Apr 17 01:10:45 2011
Min Near-End Frame Loss      : Fri Apr 17 01:29:45 2009
Max Near-End Frame Loss      : Fri Apr 17 01:39:45 2009
Min Far-End Frame Loss       : Fri Apr 17 01:49:45 2009
Max Far-End Frame Loss       : Fri Apr 17 01:59:45 2009
-------------------------------------------------------
Total Configured Segments       : 1
Total Active Segments           : 1
 

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.3.

The mep id show output was added in ExtremeXOS 15.5.

Platform Availability

This command is available on all platforms.