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show ipv6 interface

show ipv6 interface—Display information about IPv6 interfaces on a Viptela device.

Command Syntax

show ipv6 interface [detail] [interface-name] [vpn vpn-id]

Options

None
Display standard information about the interfaces on the Viptela device.
Detailed Interface Information
detail
Display detailed information about the interfaces (available only on vEdge routers).
Specific Interface
interface-name
Display information about a specific interface.
On vEdge routers, interface-name can be a physical interface (geslot/port), a subinterface or VLAN (geslot/port.vlan-number), the interface corresponding to the system IP address (system), the management interface (typically, eth0), or a GRE tunnel (grenumber).
On vSmart controllers, interface-name can be an interface (ethnumber) or the interface corresponding to the system IP address (system).
Specific VPN
vpn vpn-id
Display information about interfaces in a specific VPN.

Output Fields

If Admin Status
Administrative status of the interface; that is, its status as a result of the interface's configuration. The status can be either Up or Down. By default, interfaces are administratively down, and you must include the no shutdown command in the interface's configuration to bring the interface up. An interface that is both administratively and operationally up is able to transmit and receive traffic. To bring down an interface administratively, include the shutdown command in the interface's configuration.
If Oper Status
Operational status of the interface; that is, its status as a result of operational factors. The status can be either Up or Down. An interface can be operationally up if it is Interface is administratively up, the interface link layer state is up, and the interface initialization has completed. An interface that is both administratively and operationally up is able to transmit and receive traffic. If the operational status is down, the interface is functionally down and is not able to transmit or receive any traffic.
Port Type
Describes the port's function from the point of view of the Viptela network. It can be one of the following:
loopback—Loopback interface. The device's system IP address is listed as a loopback interface.
service—Interface for data traffic.
transport—Interface running a DTLS control session.
RX Packets and TX Packets
For GRE interfaces, these fields show counts of the data traffic received and transmitted on GRE tunnels. To display GRE keepalive traffic counts, use the show tunnel gre-keepalives command. To display all GRE tunnel statistics, use the show tunnel statistics gre command.

The remaining output fields are self-explanatory.

Example Output

vEdge# show ipv6 interface

                                         IF      IF                                                               TCP                                                                
                AF                       ADMIN   OPER    ENCAP                                     SPEED          MSS                 RX       TX                                    
VPN  INTERFACE  TYPE  IPV6 ADDRESS       STATUS  STATUS  TYPE   PORT TYPE  MTU  HWADDR             MBPS   DUPLEX  ADJUST  UPTIME      PACKETS  PACKETS  LINK LOCAL ADDRESS           
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0    ge0/1      ipv6  2001::a00:1a0b/120 Up      Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:62  1000   full    1420    0:01:30:00  2        6        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b762/64  
0    ge0/2      ipv6  2001::a00:50b/120  Up      Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:6c  1000   full    1420    0:01:30:00  21       5        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b76c/64  
0    ge0/3      ipv6  fd00:1234::/16     Up      Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:76  1000   full    1420    0:01:08:33  0        8        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b776/64  
0    ge0/4      ipv6  -                  Up      Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:80  1000   full    1420    0:01:30:00  18       5        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b780/64  
0    ge0/5      ipv6  -                  Down    Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:8a  1000   full    1420    0:01:44:19  1        1        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b78a/64  
0    ge0/6      ipv6  -                  Down    Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:94  1000   full    1420    0:01:44:19  0        1        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b794/64  
0    ge0/7      ipv6  -                  Up      Up      null   service    1500 00:0c:29:ab:b7:9e  1000   full    1420    0:01:43:02  55       5        fe80::20c:29ff:feab:b79e/64  
0    system     ipv6  -                  Up      Up      null   loopback   1500 00:00:00:00:00:00  10     full    1420    0:01:29:31  0        0        - 
0    loopback1  ipv6  2001::a00:6501/128 Up      Up      null   transport  1500 00:00:00:00:00:00  10     full    1420    0:03:49:09  0        0        -
0    loopback2  ipv6  2001::a00:6502/128 Up      Up      null   transport  1500 00:00:00:00:00:00  10     full    1420    0:03:49:05  0        0        -
0    loopback3  ipv6  2001::a00:6503/128 Up      Up      null   transport  1500 00:00:00:00:00:00  10     full    1420    0:03:49:01  0        0        -
0    loopback4  ipv6  2001::a00:6504/128 Up      Up      null   transport  1500 00:00:00:00:00:00  10     full    1420    0:03:48:54  0        0        -      
vEdge# show ipv6 interface detail ge0/1
interface vpn 0 interface ge0/1 af-type ipv6
 if-admin-status       Up
 if-oper-status        Up
 if-addrv6 
  ipv6-address 2001::a00:1a0b/120
  secondary-v6 false
  link-local   false
 if-addrv6 
  ipv6-address fe80::20c:29ff:fe9b:a9bb/64
  secondary-v6 false
  link-local   true
 encap-type            null
 port-type             service
 ifindex               2
 mtu                   1500
 hwaddr                00:0c:29:9b:a9:bb
 speed-mbps            1000
 duplex                full
 auto-neg              false
 pause-type            tx_pause,rx_pause
 tcp-mss-adjust        1420
 uptime                0:03:54:48
 rx-packets            332832
 rx-octets             64713372
 rx-errors             0
 rx-drops              0
 tx-packets            66
 tx-octets             5472
 tx-errors             0
 tx-drops              16
 rx-pps                24
 rx-kbps               37
 tx-pps                0
 tx-kbps               0
 rx-ip-ttl-expired     0
 interface-disabled    0
 rx-policer-drops      0
 rx-non-ip-drops       0
 filter-drops          0
 mirror-drops          0
 cpu-policer-drops     0
 tx-icmp-policer-drops 0
 split-horizon-drops   0
 route-lookup-fail     0
 bad-label             0
 rx-multicast-pkts     21
 rx-broadcast-pkts     0
 tx-multicast-pkts     6
 tx-broadcast-pkts     2
 num-flaps             2
 rx-policer-remark     0
vSmart# show ipv6 interface eth1
                                                         IF      IF                                                                TCP                                   LINK
                AF                                       ADMIN   OPER    ENCAP                                      SPEED          MSS                 RX       TX       LOCAL
VPN  INTERFACE  TYPE  IPV6 ADDRESS                       STATUS  STATUS  TYPE   PORT TYPE  MTU   HWADDR             MBPS   DUPLEX  ADJUST  UPTIME      PACKETS  PACKETS  ADDRESS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0    eth1       ipv6  2001:a0:5:0:20c:29ff:fea4:333d/64  Up      Up      null   transport  1500  00:0c:29:a4:33:3d  1000   full    -       0:00:34:45  202689   163339   - 

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 16.3.

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