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show virtual-network {vn_name} remote-endpoint vxlan {vni vni} { ipaddress ipaddress { vr vr_name } }

Description

Use this command to show the remote-endpoints that have been created.

Syntax Description

vn_name Display remote endpoints only for the specified Virtual Network string.
vni A unique 24-bit Virtual Network Identifier that is used in the VXLAN header to encapsulate tenant frames.
vni Virtual Network Identifier value between 1 and 16777215.
ipaddress IP address of the remote endpoint.
ipaddress A remote endpoint IP address

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

When no option is specified a summary output of all remote endpoints is displayed. User needs to use the virtual network name or VXLAN VNI option to query the remote endpoints associated to a specific virtual network. For detailed information of a specific remote-endpoint, ipaddress option can be used.

Example

* X670-G2-72x.1 # show virtual-network vxlan remote-endpoint
IP Address Virtual Router Next Hops Virtual Active/Total Networks
===================================================================
200.1.1.1 VR-Default 2/2 2
200.1.1.2 VR-Default 2/2 1
200.1.1.3 VR-Default 2/2 1
200.1.1.4 VR-Default 2/2 1
200.200.200.200 VR-Default 0/0 0
===================================================================
Total number of Remote Endpoints : 5

* Slot-1 SBR1-X770.7 # show virtual-network vxlan 
remote-endpoint ipaddress 3.3.3.3

IP Address        : 3.3.3.3                VRF : VR-Default
Learning          : Enabled                Stats Monitor : On
Health Check      : None

                      == Next Hop Information ==
  Gateway       : 22.0.0.1                 MAC  : 00:04:96:97:f8:a6
  Interface     : trunk2                   Port : 1:41
                      == End Next Hop Information ==

                       == Virtual Network Associations ==
  Virtual Network : vni1                   VNI : 1
  Origin          : OSPF Learned,

  Virtual Network : vni2                   VNI : 2
  Origin          : OSPF Learned,
                     == End Virtual Network Associations ==

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 21.1.

Platform Availability

This command is supported on the Summit X770, X670-G2 standalone, and stacks with X770 and X670-G2 slots only.