show mpls rsvp-te bandwidth

show mpls rsvp-te bandwidth {{vlan} vlan_name} {detail}


Displays the reserved bandwidth for each TE LSP by interface.

Syntax Description

vlan_name Displays the reserved bandwidth for each TE LSP associated with the specified This command is available on the ExtremeSwitching X440-G2, X450-G2, X460-G2, X465, X590, X620, X670-G2, X690, X695, X870, 5320, 5420, 5520 series switches..
detail Displays the path information in verbose format.


All TE LSPs for all RSVP-TE-enabled interfaces are shown.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the reserved bandwidth for each TE LSP by interface. By default, all TE LSPs for all RSVP-TE enabled interfaces are shown.



Beginning with ExtremeXOS Release 12.2.1, the receive bandwidth can only be used for tracking. If the configured receive bandwidth is exceeded, the available bandwidth shown might be negative. In this case, “Ovr” is displayed to indicate that the link is oversubscribed in the receive direction. The detail option can be used to show the actual LSPs using this bandwidth.

The optional vlan keyword limits the display to only those LSPs that have bandwidth reservations against the specified VLAN. Only committed-rate bandwidth is displayed. Bandwidth is displayed as either received or transmitted bandwidth with respect to the switch.

LSPs are listed using the configured or signaled LSP name. If the LSP name was not included in the setup control messages (which can only occur when using OEM vendor equipment), the LSP is uniquely identified using a concatenated string that includes the tunnel ID and source IP address. Per VLAN, each LSP is listed in descending priority order. That is, the LSPs listed at the top of each VLAN have the highest bandwidth priority and are less likely to be preempted. Bandwidth priority is determined by the signaled hold-priority and the uptime. The TE LSP with a hold-priority of zero and the highest uptime has the highest bandwidth priority and the TE LSP with a hold-priority of seven and the lowest uptime has the lowest bandwidth priority.

Use the detail keyword to display detailed information.


The following command displays bandwidth reservation information for the specified VLAN:

show mpls rsvp-te bandwidth vlan vlan_1 detail
# show mpls rsvp-te bandwidth vlan_1 detail
Vlan           Dir  Pool     CIR (per priority level)
LSP         0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7
vlan_1          Rx   300
vlalsp1         -     -    10     -     -     -     -     -
Available    300   300   290   290   290   290   290   290
Tx   500
vlalsp2         -     -     9     -     -     -     -     -
Available    500   500   491   491   491   491   491   491
(Rx)Receive Bandwidth  (Tx)Transmit Bandwidth


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.6.

Platform Availability

This command is available only on the platforms that support MPLS as described in the ExtremeXOS and Switch Engine 31.7 Feature License Requirements document.