Displays LDP Layer 2 VPN label information.
|ldp||Specifies that only LDP labels are displayed.|
|summary||Specifies that summary information for the labels is displayed.|
|label_num||Specifies that only labels that match the specified hexadecimal label number are displayed.|
|advertised||Specifies that only labels advertised to other routers are displayed.|
|received||Specifies that only labels received from other routers are displayed.|
If no options are specified, tabular information for all LDP Layer 2 VPN labels is displayed. The following table describes the display fields that appear when this command is entered.
|Advertised Label||Advertised Label is the label advertised to other routers.|
|Destination Mapping||Destination Mapping displays the destination IP address and mask.|
|LSP Flags||LSP Flags lists the flags for each label, which are described in the key at the bottom of the display.|
|Peer Label||The peer label that replaces the received label of incoming packets during a label swap on a transit LSP. The peer label appears only for transit LSPs.|
NHop Type helps define the handling of a packet arriving with the specified advertised label. Possible values are:
VPLS—The label on the packet is stripped and forwarded according to the service configuration of the VPLS specified in the Name field.
|Next Hop||Displays an interface ID for the next hop router, which can be a VLAN name, VMAN name, or IP address.|
|Name||Displays a VPLS or LSP name.|
|Received Label||Received Label displays the label received from other routers.|
The following command displays all Layer 2 VPN labels:
* Switch.1 # show mpls ldp label l2vpn
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.5.
This command is available only on the platforms that support MPLS as described in the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.