show esrp

show esrp { {name} | {type [vpls-redundancy | standard]} }


Displays ESRP (Extreme Standby Router Protocol) configuration information for one or all ESRP domains on the switch.

Syntax Description

name Specifies an ESRP domain name.
type Specifies whether ESRP is standard or redundant VPLS.
vpls-redundancy Specifies redundant VPLS.
standard Specifies standard ESRP.


Shows summary ESRP information.

Usage Guidelines

This command shows information about the state of an ESRP domain and its neighbors. This includes information about tracked devices.

In addition to ESRP information, ELRP status information is also displayed. This includes information about the master and pre-master states, number of transitions to the pre-master state, and the ports where ELRP is disabled.

The output varies depending upon the configuration and the state of the switch.


The following command displays summary ESRP status information for the ESRP domains on the switch:

show esrp

The following is sample output from this command:

ESRP:                     Enabled
Configured Version:       Extended
# ESRP domain configuration :
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Domain Grp Ver VLAN    VID  DId   IP/IPX         State  Master MAC Address Nbr
ed2     0  E v2      2    2         Master   00:01:30:f9:9e:90  0
ed2     5  E v2      2    2         Aware    00:01:00:0D:9e:8a  0
ed3     0  E v3      3    3         Aware    00:01:00:0C:F0:D1  0
ed4     0  E v4      4    4         Slave    00:00:00:00:00:00  0
# ESRP Port configuration:
Port      Weight        Host    Restart
6:1        0            H
6:2       10
6:3        0                    R

The following command displays detailed ESRP status information for the specified ESRP domain on the switch (the election policy displayed is the default policy in extended mode):

show esrp ed2

The following is sample output from this command:

show esrp ed2
Domain:                    ed2
Group:                     0
Operational Version:       extended
Vlan Interface:            v2
Vlan Tag:                  2
Domain Id:                 2
Rtif. Admin Status:        DOWN
Rtif. Virtual Mac :        00:e0:2b:00:00:80
IP Address:      
Election Policy:
standby > sticky > ports > weight > track > priority > mac
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------                           This System              Neighbor system
State:                     Slave
Active Ports:              1
Tracked Active Vlan Ports: 0
Tracked IP Routes & Pings: 0
Priority:                  255[255]
Sticky Flag:               0
MAC:                       00:01:30:f9:9e:90
Active Ports Weight:       10
Sequence Number:           8
Hand Shake Flag:           0
Restart Flag:              0
Timer Configuration:       Hello         2s(0)      Neighbor     6s(0)
PreMaster 4s(0) Neutral 4s(0)
NbrRestart 30s(0)
State Transition Counters: To Master 0 To Neutral 1
To PreMaster 0 To Aware 1
To Slave 1
Last State Change: Mon Apr  5 10:43:34 2004
ELRP in Premaster:         Enabled (Interval: 1, Count: 3)
ELRP in Master:            Enabled (Interval: 1)
Tracked Vlans: t_vlan
Tracked Pings: / 3 second intervals / 5 misses allowed
Tracked Ip Routes:
Tracked Environment: System Power  : OK
Temperature   : WARNING
# Domain Member VLANs:
VLAN Name       VID     Virtual IP/IPX  State
m_vlan1         1001         DOWN
m_vlan2         1002         DOWN
m_vlan3         1003         DOWN


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.0.

ELRP status information was added in ExtremeXOS 11.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the Summit X450-G2, X460-G2, X670-G2, X770, and ExtremeSwitching X440-G2, X620, X690, X870 series switches.