show iproute reserved-entries

show iproute reserved-entries {slot slot_num}

Description

Displays the configured number of IPv4 and IPv6 routes reserved in the Longest Prefix Match (LPM) hardware table.

Syntax Description

slot_num For BlackDiamond X8 and 8800 series switches and SummitStack only, this option displays the reservations for the specified slot.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

The IPv4 Routes column in the command output shows whether IPv4 routes are stored in internal or external LPM tables.

The "(or IPv6)" column in the command output shows whether IPv6 routes are stored in internal ("int.") or external ("ext.") LPM tables.

To modify the configuration that this command displays, use the following command:

configure iproute reserved-entries [ num_routes_needed | maximum | default ] slot [all |slot_num]

Example

The following example displays the reserved space for IP routes:

# show iproute reserved-entries
IPv4       # Reserved Routes            Minimum #
Slot  Type              Routes      IPv4   (or IPv6)            IPv4 Hosts
----  ----------------  --------   ------  ------------------   ----------
1     G48Pe             Internal      464  (   232) [default]           16
2     G48Pe             Internal      480  (   240) [maximum]            0
3     G48Ta             Internal    12240  (  6120) [default]           16
4     G48Ta             Internal    12256  (  6128) [maximum]            0
5     G8X               Internal      n/a
6
7     10G4Xa            Internal    10000  (  5000)                   2256
8     10G4Xa            Internal     9000  (  4500)                   3256
9     G48Xa             Internal     9000  (  4500)                   3256
10    8900-10G8X-xl     External   507872  (  int.) [default]        16384
Maximum supported # IPv4 (or IPv6) Reserved Routes:
"e"-series        Internal      480  (   240)
"c"-series        Internal    12256  (  6128)
"xl"-series       External   524256  (  int.)
IPv6: "xl"-series "int." indicates external table, up to 8192 IPv6 routes.
IPv6: "xl"-series "ext." indicates external table.
Note:  IPv4 Hosts can occupy unused HW Route table space,
       unless # Reserved Routes is "maximum".

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on all platforms.