show mvrp ports counters

show mvrp ports {port_list} counters {event | packet}


Shows the port MVRP statistics. The statistics for packet or event counters are displayed as per input.

Syntax Description

mvrp Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol.
ports Ports.
port_list List of ports in the switch separated by a comma or "-".
counters MVRP packet and attribute event counters.
event MVRP attribute event counters.
packet MVRP packet counters (default).


Packet counters.

Usage Guidelines

This command is to show the port MVRP statistics. The statistics for packet or event counters will be displayed as per input. The default is packet counters. The packet counters include Number of VLANs registered on the port, Number of Failed Registrations, Number of MVRPDUs received, Number of MVRPDUs sent, Number of erroneous MVRPDUs received, and the source address of the MVRP message last received by the port. The event counters include the number of different events received/transmitted.


# show mvrp ports 9,11,13 counters packet   
Port    VLANs    Failed    Rx Pkt  Rx Error   Tx Pkt     Last Source          
        Regs     Regs      Count   Count      Count      Address   
-----   -----    ------   --------  --------  --------  -----------------       
    9      2          0         0         0        64   00:00:00:00:00:00      
    11     2          0    806836         0    433754   00:22:97:00:41:e7      
    13     2          0    784176         0    404794   00:22:97:00:41:e8       

Regs: Registrations           

# show mvrp ports 9 counters event   
Port :  17       
    MRP Attribute Events       Rx          Tx   
  -----------------------  ----------  ----------     
  In                              250          56     
  JoinIn                            0           0     
  JoinMt                          224         386     
  LeaveAll                          5           0           
  Lv                                0           0     
  Mt                                0         152     
In       : Not declared, but registered    
JoinIn   : Declared and Registered         
JoinMt   : Declared, but not registered    
LeaveAll : All registrations will shortly be deregistered    
Lv       : Previously registered, but now withdrawn     
Mt       : Not declared, and not registered   
New      : Newly declared, and possibly not previously registered      


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 15.3.

Platform Availability

This command is available on ExtremeSwitching X435, X440-G2, X450-G2, X460-G2, X465, X590, X620, and X695 series switches.