show iproute ipv6 origin

show iproute ipv6 origin [auto-peering | direct | static | blackhole | ripng | ospfv3 | ospfv3-intra | ospfv3-inter | ospfv3-extern1 | ospfv3-extern2 | isis | isis-leve1-1 | isis-level-2 | isis-level-1-external | isis-level-2-external | bgp | ibgp | ebgp | bootp | host-mobility] {vr vr_name}


Displays the contents of the IPv6 routing table for routes with the specified origin.

Syntax Description

direct Specifies direct routes.
auto-peering Specifies BGP auto-peering routes.
static Specifies static routes.
blackhole Specifies blackhole routes.
ripng Specifies RIPng routes.
ospfv3 Specifies OSPFv3 routes.
ospfv3-intra Specifies OSPFv3 Intra routing.
ospfv3-inter Specifies OSPFv3 Inter routing.
ospfv3-extern1 Specifies OSPFv3 External 1 routing.
ospfv3-extern2 Specifies OSPFv3 External 2 routing.
isis Specifies IS-IS routes.
isis-level-1 Specifies IS-IS Level 1 routing.
isis-level-2 Specifies IS-IS Level 2 routing.
isis-level-1-external Specifies IS-IS Level 1 External routing.
isis-level-2-external Specifies IS-IS Level 2 External routing.
bgp Specifies Border Gateway Protocol.
ibgp Specifies Interior BGP route.
ebgp Specifies Exterior BGP route.
bootp Specifies BOOTP route.
host-mobility Specifies host-mobility routes.
vr_name Specifies a VR or VRF.



Usage Guidelines



The following example displays the RIPng routes:

show iproute ipv6 origin ripng


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.2.

The bootp attribute was added in 15.7.1

The auto-peering option was added in ExtremeXOS 22.5.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the platforms listed for the IPv6 unicast routing feature in the ExtremeXOS and Switch Engine 31.7 Feature License Requirements document.