show bgp evpn ipv6
Shows the IPv6 entries from the EVPN MAC/IP table.
|evpn||Specifies Ethernet VPN (RFC 7432).|
|ipv6||Shows only the IPv6 entries from the EVPN MAC/IP table.|
|evi-index||Specifies the EVI index.|
|evi_index||Restricts the display to EVI index (should be equal to VLAN ID). Range is 1 to 4,094.|
|ip-address||Restricts the display to an IP address.|
|ip_address||Selects the IP address.|
This command allows you to view the current set of IPv6 addresses configured in EVPN. If the ESI and ESI-Port fields are non-zero, then the entry was learned over a shared interface. The remote LACP partner‘s 6-byte MAC address is part of the ESI. For a full decoding of the ESI, see RFC 7432. The source (Src) column indicates whether the entry was learned (L)ocally or (R)emotely. The local entries are from the neighbor-discovery cache or a locally configured routable VLAN. The remote entries are seen only if the “In Use” flag is set to yes.
The following example shows the current set of IPv6 addresses configured in EVPN.
# show bgp evpn ipv6 Src EVI-Idx Destination MAC BGP Next Hop VNI ESI ESI-Port In Use R 1020 2022::2%tenant 01:01:01:01:01:01 22.214.171.124 101020 00:01:02:03:04:05:06:07:08:09 22 Yes Src: (L) Local, (R) Remote In Use: Yes/No - Indicates if entry is installed in neighbor discovery cache. Total MAC/IP entries: 1
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 30.2.
This command is available on platforms that support the appropriate license. For complete information about software licensing, including how to obtain and upgrade your license and which licenses support the BGP feature, see the ExtremeXOS 32.2 Feature License Requirements document.