show neighbor-discovery cache ipv6

show neighbor-discovery {cache {ipv6}} {[ipv6_addr | mac | permanent] {vr vr_name}} | [ {vlan} vlan_name | vlan vlan_list] | vr vr_name}


This command displays all the entries from the neighbor cache.

Syntax Description

ipv6_addr Specifies an IPv6 address.
mac Specifies a MAC address.
permanent Specifies static entries.
vr_name Specifies a VR or VRF.
vlan_name Specifies an IPv6 configured VLAN (Virtual LAN).
vlan_list Specifies an IPv6 configured VLAN list of IDs.



Usage Guidelines

This command displays the entries present in the neighbor cache.

The entries displayed can be filtered by IPv6 address, MAC address, or by VLAN. The permanent keyword filters the output to display static entries.

The vr_name indicates the VR or VRF on which the operation is performed. In its absence, the operation applies to VR-Default.


The following example output shows all entries from the neighbor cache:

# show neighbor-discovery cache ipv6
VR            Destination
Mac                Age  Static  VLAN          VID   Port
VR-Default    2001:db8:100::7
00:01:30:00:6b:00    0      NO  gtag100       100   1:2
VR-Default    2001:db8:100::99
00:01:02:33:33:33    0     YES  gtag100       100
VR-Default    2001:db8:99::99
00:01:02:01:01:01    0     YES  gtag99        99
Total Entries    :      0
Dynamic Entries  :      0             Static Entries       :          0
Pending Entries  :      0
Max Entries      :   1024             Max Pending entries  :       1024
Timeout          :     20 minutes     Refresh              :    Enable


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.2.

The vlan_list variable was added in ExtremeXOS 16.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the platforms listed for the IPv6 unicast routing feature in the ExtremeXOS 22.2 Feature License Requirements document.