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show pim tunnel


Displays the PIM configuration on a tunnel.

Syntax Description

tunnel Specifies PIM tunnel.



Usage Guidelines


The following command displays the global PIM configuration and statistics with tunnel configured:

# show pim tunnel mytunnel 
    PIM SPARSE Interface[2] on VLAN mytunnel is enabled and up 
    IP adr:    mask:    DR of the net:
    DR Priority               : 5
    Passive                   : No
    Hello Interval            : 30 sec
    Neighbor Time out         : 105 sec
    Join/Prune Interval       : 60 sec
    Join/Prune holdtime       : 210 sec
    Trusted Gateway           : none
    CRP group List            : none with priority 192
    Shutdown priority         : 1024
    Source Specific Multicast : Disabled
    State Refresh             : Off
    State Refresh Capable     : No
    Border                    : No
                             Generation             State     DR
    Neighbor IP address      Id           Expires   Refresh   Priority                 0x62b56975       104   No               1

    Packet Statistics (In/Out)
    Hellos             122          123   Bootstraps          62           60
    Join/Prunes          0           60   Asserts              0            0
    Grafts               0            0   GraftAcks            0            0
    State Refresh        0            0

The following command displays the IPv4 multicast forwarding status on a tunnel (line 8):

# show tunnel mytunnel detail 
    Tunnel Name         : mytunnel
    Tunnel Type         : GRE
    Flags               : Up
    Source Address      :
    Destination Address :
    IPv4 Forwarding     : Enabled
    IPv4 MC Forwarding  : Enabled
    IPv6 Forwarding     : Disabled
    Virtual Router (VR) : VR-Default
    Payload VR          : VR-Default
    Interface Address   :
    IP MTU              : 9170
    TCP Adjust MSS      : IPv4: Off        IPv6: Off
    TCP MSS Value       : IPv4: 0          IPv6: 0


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 32.3.

Platform Availability

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 PIM feature, see the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.