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show app-route stats

show app-route stats—Display statistics about data traffic traffic jitter, loss, and latency and other interface characteristics for all operational data plane tunnels (on vEdge routers only). You can use the information from the command output to fashion application-aware routing policy.

Command Syntax

show app-route-stats
show app-route stats
local-color color [remote-system-ip ip-address]
show app-route stats remote-color color [remote-system-ip ip-address]
show app-route stats remote-system-ip ip-address

Options

None
Display data traffic statistics for all data plane tunnel connections.
Local TLOC Color
local-color color
Display data traffic statistics for the specified local TLOC color.
Remote System IP Address
remote-system-ip ip-address
Display data traffic statistics for the specified remote system.
Remote TLOC Color
remote-color color
Display data traffic statistics for the specified remote TLOC color.

Output Fields

Poll Interval
Index
Application-aware routing calculates the average loss and latency for each tunnel for a total of six poll intervals, which are identified by an index number 0 through 5. Index 0 shows the statistics for the most recent poll interva. By default, the poll interval is 10 minutes. The loss and latency information from each poll interval is preserved for six poll intervals. At the seventh poll interval, the loss and latency information from the earliest polling interval is discarded to make way for the latest information. In this way, application-aware routing maintains a sliding window of tunnel loss and latency information.
SLA Class Index
sla-class-index
Number or numbers that identify the SLA class or classes of the traffic. This is the number shown in the Index column in the output of the show app-route sla-class command to identify the SLA class. The default class index number is always 0. For configured SLA classes, the Viptela software assigns index numbers. These numbers are assigned in approximately monotonically increasing order.

The remaining output fields are self-explanatory.

Example Output

vEdge# show app-route stats                                                                                                                                                            
app-route statistics 184.111.1.2 184.118.101.2 ipsec 12346 12346
 remote-system-ip 172.16.248.101
 local-color      mpls
 remote-color     mpls
 mean-loss        0
 mean-latency     5
 sla-class-index  0

       TOTAL          AVERAGE  AVERAGE  TX DATA  RX DATA
INDEX  PACKETS  LOSS  LATENCY  JITTER   PKTS     PKTS 
----------------------------------------------------------
0      592      0     4        8        0        0
1      592      0     4        8        0        0
2      592      0     6        11       0        0 
3      592      0     4        8        0        0
4      593      0     5        9        0        0
5      590      0     4        8        0        0

app-route statistics 184.111.1.2 184.116.102.2 ipsec 12346 12346
 remote-system-ip 172.16.248.102
 local-color      mpls
 remote-color     mpls
 mean-loss        1
 mean-latency     4
 sla-class-index  0

       TOTAL          AVERAGE  AVERAGE  TX DATA  RX DATA
INDEX  PACKETS  LOSS  LATENCY  JITTER   PKTS     PKTS
----------------------------------------------------------
0      591      64    4        7        0        0
1      594      0     5        8        0        0
2      590      0     5        10       0        0
3      592      0     4        8        0        0
4      593      0     4        8        0        0
5      589      0     4        8        0        0

app-route statistics 184.111.1.2 184.120.103.2 ipsec 12346 12346
 remote-system-ip 172.16.248.103
 local-color      mpls
 remote-color     mpls
 mean-loss        17
 mean-latency     5
 sla-class-index  0

       TOTAL          AVERAGE  AVERAGE  TX DATA  RX DATA
INDEX  PACKETS  LOSS  LATENCY  JITTER   PKTS     PKTS 
----------------------------------------------------------
0      590      140   4        7        0        0 
1      594      0     5        9        0        0
2      592      0     6        11       0        0
3      591      0     4        8        0        0
4      593      0     5        10       0        0
5      590      475   5        9        0        0
...

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 14.2.
sla-class-index option added in Release 15.2.
Syntax changed and simplified in Release 15.3.

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