show virtual-network

show virtual-network {vn_name | vxlan vni vni | [vlan vlan_name | vman vman_name]}


Use this command to show the virtual networks that have been created.

Syntax Description

vn_name Alphanumeric string identifying the virtual network.
vxlan Displays VXLAN virtual networks.
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 16,777,215.
vlan Specifies VLAN (Virtual LAN).
vlan_name Name of the tenant VLAN.
vman Specifies VMAN.
vman_name Name of the tenant VMAN.



Usage Guidelines

When no option is specified a summary output of all virtual networks appears. You can also query the switch using the virtual network name, VXLAN VNI or the tenant VLAN/VMAN name. With each of these options, detailed information about the virtual networks appears.


# show virtual-network
Virtual Network Name      Tenant VLAN Encap ID Encap Flags
MyVirtualNetwork1         vlan101 VXLAN 10000 -DX
MyVirtualNetwork2         vlan102 VXLAN 20000 -DX
Encap Flags: (C) Remote Endpoints Configured,
(D) Remote Endpoints Discovered,
(X) Exclude Tag
Total number of Virtual Networks: 2
Local Tunnel Endpoints: (VR-Default)


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 21.1.

VMAN option added in ExtremeXOS 22.1.

Platform Availability

This command is supported on the Summit X770, X670-G2, and ExtremeSwiching X870 series switches, and stacks with X770, X670-G2, and X870 slots only.