show network-clock ptp (datasets)

show network-clock ptp [boundary | ordinary] {parent | port | time-property}

Description

Show PTP clock and port datasets such as parent, port, default, current and time-property.

Syntax Description

boundary Specifies boundary clock.
ordinary Specifies ordinary clock.
parent Parent clock data set.
port PTP port data set.
time-property Time properties data set.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

Show PTP clock and port datasets such as parent, port, default, current and time-property. If no options are specified, the default, current, parent and time-property datasets are shown for the configured clock instance.

Example

The following command displays network clock information on a modular switch:

# show network-clock ptp boundary parent
Mode            :  Boundary Clock
State           :  Enabled
Instance        :  0
===========================================================================
Parent Data Set
===========================================================================
Parent Port Clock Identity                      :  00:04:96:ff:fe:52:d2:42
Parent Port Number                              :  2
Parent Active Peer Addr                         :  22.55.0.2
Parent Stats                                    :  FALSE
Observed Parent Offset Scaled Log Variance      :  0
Observed Parent Clock Phase Change Rate         :  0
Grandmaster Identity                            :  00:11:11:11:11:11:11:11
Grandmaster Clock Class                         :  6
Grandmaster Clock Accuracy                      :  Within 100 ns
Grandmaster Clock Offset Scaled Log Variance    :  0
Grandmaster Priority1                           :  128
Grandmaster Priority2                           :  128
===========================================================================
# show network-clock ptp boundary port
Mode            :  Boundary Clock
State           :  Enabled
Instance        :  0
===========================================================================
Port Data Set
===========================================================================
VLAN Name                               :  ptp-s1
Port Clock Identity                     :  00:04:96:ff:fe:52:d2:45
Port Number                             :  1
Port State                              :  Slave
Log Min Delay Request Interval          :  -6 (1/64 sec)
Log Announce Interval                   :  1 (2 sec)
Log Announce Receipt Timeout            :  3 (8 sec)
Log Sync Interval                       :  -6 (1/64 sec)
Delay Mechanism                         :  End-to-End
Version Number                          :  2
===========================================================================
# show network-clock ptp boundary time-property
Mode            :  Boundary Clock
State           :  Enabled
Instance        :  0
===========================================================================
Time Properties Data Set
===========================================================================
Current UTC Offset              :  34
Current UTC Offset Valid        :  TRUE
Leap 59                         :  FALSE
Leap 61                         :  FALSE
Time Traceable                  :  TRUE
Frequency Traceable             :  TRUE
PTP Timescale                   :  TRUE
Time Source                     :  GPS
Calendar Time                   :  Mon Mar 12 12:58:47 2012 +0000
===========================================================================
# show network-clock ptp boundary
Mode            :  Boundary Clock
State           :  Enabled
Instance        :  0
===========================================================================
Default Data Set
===========================================================================
Two Step Flag                   :  FALSE
Clock Identity                  :  00:04:96:ff:fe:52:d2:45
Number Of Ports                 :  32
Clock Class                     :  255
Clock Accuracy                  :  Within 25 us
Offset Scaled Log Variance      :  1
Priority1                       :  128
Priority2                       :  128
Domain Number                   :  0
Slave Only Flag                 :  FALSE
===========================================================================
Current Data Set
===========================================================================
Steps Removed                   :  2
Offset From Master              :  0.000 (nsec)
Mean Path Delay                 :  296.185 (nsec)
===========================================================================
Parent Data Set
===========================================================================
Parent Port Clock Identity                      :  00:04:96:ff:fe:52:d2:42
Parent Port Number                              :  2
Parent Active Peer Addr                         :  22.55.0.2
Parent Stats                                    :  FALSE
Observed Parent Offset Scaled Log Variance      :  0
Observed Parent Clock Phase Change Rate         :  0
Grandmaster Identity                            :  00:11:11:11:11:11:11:11
Grandmaster Clock Class                         :  6
Grandmaster Clock Accuracy                      :  Within 100 ns
Grandmaster Clock Offset Scaled Log Variance    :  0
Grandmaster Priority1                           :  128
Grandmaster Priority2                           :  128
===========================================================================
Time Properties Data Set
===========================================================================
Current UTC Offset              :  34
Current UTC Offset Valid        :  TRUE
Leap 59                         :  FALSE
Leap 61                         :  FALSE
Time Traceable                  :  TRUE
Frequency Traceable             :  TRUE
PTP Timescale                   :  TRUE
Time Source                     :  GPS
			Calendar Time                   :  Mon Mar 12 12:58:47 2012 +0000
===========================================================================

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 15.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the Summit X460-G2, X670-G2, and X770.

Note

Note

PTP commands can be used only with the Network Timing feature pack.