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aaron1 at gvtc

Apr 25, 2012, 7:44 AM

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lsd

Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in IOS XR ?
does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what I used to
understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there is an lsd-type
thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn, bgp, etc) bound to
it like in xr below. ?



Aaron



RP/0/RSP0/CPU0: 9k#sh mpls lsd applications

Wed Apr 25 08:39:17.792 CST

Application State RecoveryTime Location

---------------------------- -------- --------------- ------------

LSD Active 0/0 (0) 0/RSP0/CPU0

L2VPN Active 0/0 (900) 0/RSP0/CPU0

LDP:Active Active 0/0 (15) 0/RSP0/CPU0

LDP:Standby Active 0/0 (15) 0/RSP1/CPU0

BGP-VPNv4:bgp-0 Active 0/0 (600) 0/RSP0/CPU0

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0: 9k#





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peter at rathlev

Apr 25, 2012, 8:10 AM

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On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what
> I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there
> is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn,
> bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?

Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:

Router#show mpls forwarding
Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop
Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface
16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4 point2point
23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
...

Specific L2VPN VC labels:

Router#show mpls l2transport vc

Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID Status
------------- -------------------------- --------------- ---------- ----------
Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP
Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP
Router#

Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.

--
Peter


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scott at granados-llc

Apr 25, 2012, 9:15 AM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

Gee and I thought LSD was for the operator and not a feature. Nice, no reason the gear shouldn't share in the fun.

:)



On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Peter Rathlev wrote:

> On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
>> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
>> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what
>> I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there
>> is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn,
>> bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>
> Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:
>
> Router#show mpls forwarding
> Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop
> Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface
> 16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
> 17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
> 18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
> 19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
> 20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> 21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> 22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4 point2point
> 23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> 24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> 25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> 26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> 27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
> ...
>
> Specific L2VPN VC labels:
>
> Router#show mpls l2transport vc
>
> Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID Status
> ------------- -------------------------- --------------- ---------- ----------
> Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP
> Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP
> Router#
>
> Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.
>
> --
> Peter
>
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rs at seastrom

Apr 25, 2012, 10:32 AM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

While MPLS hides the underlying topology from you, LSD is good for
exposing the metaphysical layer.

;-)

Scott Granados <scott [at] granados-llc> writes:

> Gee and I thought LSD was for the operator and not a feature. Nice, no reason the gear shouldn't share in the fun.
>
> :)
>
>
>
> On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Peter Rathlev wrote:
>
>> On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
>>> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
>>> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what
>>> I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there
>>> is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn,
>>> bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>>
>> Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:
>>
>> Router#show mpls forwarding
>> Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop
>> Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface
>> 16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
>> 17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
>> 18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
>> 19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
>> 20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4 point2point
>> 23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> ...
>>
>> Specific L2VPN VC labels:
>>
>> Router#show mpls l2transport vc
>>
>> Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID Status
>> ------------- -------------------------- --------------- ---------- ----------
>> Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP
>> Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP
>> Router#
>>
>> Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.
>>
>> --
>> Peter
>>
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cf at utc

Apr 25, 2012, 10:43 AM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

Aaron wrote:
> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in IOS XR ?
> does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what I used to
> understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there is an lsd-type
> thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn, bgp, etc) bound to
> it like in xr below. ?
>
>
>
> Aaron
>
>
>
> RP/0/RSP0/CPU0: 9k#sh mpls lsd applications
>
> Wed Apr 25 08:39:17.792 CST
>
> Application State RecoveryTime Location
>
> ---------------------------- -------- --------------- ------------
>
> LSD Active 0/0 (0) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> L2VPN Active 0/0 (900) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> LDP:Active Active 0/0 (15) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> LDP:Standby Active 0/0 (15) 0/RSP1/CPU0
>
> BGP-VPNv4:bgp-0 Active 0/0 (600) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> RP/0/RSP0/CPU0: 9k#
>
>

Something like that ?

7600#sh mpls infrastructure lsd apps
Application Registration Status:
Index Name Client Index Recovery(ms) Cutover(ms) Timer
1 INTERNAL 65 0 0 INACTIVE
5 CONFIG 69 0 0 INACTIVE
6 IPRM 70 60000 60000 INACTIVE
7 LDP 71 600000 600000 INACTIVE
8 TE Tun I 72 60000 60000 INACTIVE
9 TE Lsp I 73 600000 600000 INACTIVE
10 SNMP 74 100000 100000 INACTIVE
13 ATOM 77 10000 10000 INACTIVE
15 BGP VPNV 79 60000 60000 INACTIVE
17 BGP IPV6 81 10000 10000 INACTIVE
18 MPLS CHK 82 60000 60000 INACTIVE


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chuckchurch at gmail

Apr 25, 2012, 10:53 AM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

I know every time I'm at a laser light show and listening to Pink Floyd, I'm
wondering how I could make this even better. Now I know - MPLS!

Chuck

-----Original Message-----
From: cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck
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Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 1:32 PM
To: Scott Granados
Cc: cisco-nsp [at] puck
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] lsd


While MPLS hides the underlying topology from you, LSD is good for exposing
the metaphysical layer.

;-)

Scott Granados <scott [at] granados-llc> writes:

> Gee and I thought LSD was for the operator and not a feature. Nice, no
reason the gear shouldn't share in the fun.
>
> :)
>
>
>
> On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Peter Rathlev wrote:
>
>> On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
>>> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
>>> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like
>>> what I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if
>>> there is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps
>>> (l2vpn, bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>>
>> Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:
>>
>> Router#show mpls forwarding
>> Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop

>> Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface

>> 16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
>> 17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
>> 18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
>> 19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
>> 20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> 21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> 22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4
point2point
>> 23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> 24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> 25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> 26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> 27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2
10.10.250.161
>> ...
>>
>> Specific L2VPN VC labels:
>>
>> Router#show mpls l2transport vc
>>
>> Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID
Status
>> ------------- -------------------------- --------------- ----------
----------
>> Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP

>> Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP

>> Router#
>>
>> Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.
>>
>> --
>> Peter
>>
>>
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scott at granados-llc

Apr 25, 2012, 11:17 AM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

Now all we need is a feature called weed and another called mushrooms and you'd have my college years wrapped up in a single network element.

On Apr 25, 2012, at 1:53 PM, Chuck Church wrote:

> I know every time I'm at a laser light show and listening to Pink Floyd, I'm
> wondering how I could make this even better. Now I know - MPLS!
>
> Chuck
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck
> [mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck] On Behalf Of Robert E. Seastrom
> Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 1:32 PM
> To: Scott Granados
> Cc: cisco-nsp [at] puck
> Subject: Re: [c-nsp] lsd
>
>
> While MPLS hides the underlying topology from you, LSD is good for exposing
> the metaphysical layer.
>
> ;-)
>
> Scott Granados <scott [at] granados-llc> writes:
>
>> Gee and I thought LSD was for the operator and not a feature. Nice, no
> reason the gear shouldn't share in the fun.
>>
>> :)
>>
>>
>>
>> On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Peter Rathlev wrote:
>>
>>> On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
>>>> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
>>>> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like
>>>> what I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if
>>>> there is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps
>>>> (l2vpn, bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>>>
>>> Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:
>>>
>>> Router#show mpls forwarding
>>> Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop
>
>>> Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface
>
>>> 16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
>>> 17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
>>> 18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
>>> 19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
>>> 20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4
> point2point
>>> 23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> ...
>>>
>>> Specific L2VPN VC labels:
>>>
>>> Router#show mpls l2transport vc
>>>
>>> Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID
> Status
>>> ------------- -------------------------- --------------- ----------
> ----------
>>> Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP
>
>>> Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP
>
>>> Router#
>>>
>>> Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Peter
>>>
>>>
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sledge121 at gmail

Apr 25, 2012, 1:28 PM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

Good 1 ;-)

Sent from my iPad

On 25 Apr 2012, at 17:15, Scott Granados <scott [at] granados-llc> wrote:

> Gee and I thought LSD was for the operator and not a feature. Nice, no reason the gear shouldn't share in the fun.
>
> :)
>
>
>
> On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Peter Rathlev wrote:
>
>> On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
>>> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
>>> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what
>>> I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there
>>> is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn,
>>> bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>>
>> Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:
>>
>> Router#show mpls forwarding
>> Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop
>> Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface
>> 16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
>> 17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
>> 18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
>> 19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
>> 20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4 point2point
>> 23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> 27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2 10.10.250.161
>> ...
>>
>> Specific L2VPN VC labels:
>>
>> Router#show mpls l2transport vc
>>
>> Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID Status
>> ------------- -------------------------- --------------- ---------- ----------
>> Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP
>> Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP
>> Router#
>>
>> Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.
>>
>> --
>> Peter
>>
>>
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aaron1 at gvtc

Apr 26, 2012, 10:58 AM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

Thanks Chris, That command doesn't exist on a couple of my pe's.... (asr901
and me3600x) is there a way to see that in those platforms? Maybe this is
architectural specific and perhaps lower end units don't have the idea of
lsd layer (guessing)...

*********** me3600x

3600#sh mpls infrastructure lsd ?
% Unrecognized command
3600#sh mpls infrastructure ?
% Unrecognized command
3600#sh mpls ?
discovery Information about LSP discovery
flow MPLS netflow information
forwarding-table Show the Label Forwarding Table
interfaces Per-interface MPLS forwarding information
ip MPLS IP information
l2transport MPLS circuit transport info
label Label information
ldp Label Distribution Protocol information
memory Memory usage information
oam OAM information
static Show MPLS static information
traffic-eng Traffic engineering information

3600#sh ver | in IOS
Cisco IOS Software, ME360x Software (ME360x-UNIVERSALK9-M), Version
15.2(2)S, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)


************* asr901

901#sh mpls infrastructure lsd apps
901#sh mpls infrastructure lsd app
901#sh mpls infrastructure lsd
901#sh mpls infrastructure lsd ?
% Unrecognized command
901#sh mpls infrastructure ?
% Unrecognized command
901#sh mpls infrastructure
901#sh mpls ?
discovery Information about LSP discovery
flow MPLS netflow information
forwarding-table Show the Label Forwarding Table
interfaces Per-interface MPLS forwarding information
ip MPLS IP information
l2transport MPLS circuit transport info
label Label information
ldp Label Distribution Protocol information
memory Memory usage information
oam OAM information
static Show MPLS static information

901#sh ver | in IOS
Cisco IOS Software, 901 Software (ASR901-UNIVERSALK9-M), Version 15.1(2)SNH,
RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2)




-----Original Message-----
From: Christophe Fillot [mailto:cf [at] utc]
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 12:43 PM
To: Aaron
Cc: cisco-nsp [at] puck
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] lsd

Aaron wrote:
> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in IOS XR
?
> does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like what I used
> to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if there is an
> lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client apps (l2vpn, bgp,
> etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>
>
>
> Aaron
>
>
>
> RP/0/RSP0/CPU0: 9k#sh mpls lsd applications
>
> Wed Apr 25 08:39:17.792 CST
>
> Application State RecoveryTime Location
>
> ---------------------------- -------- --------------- ------------
>
> LSD Active 0/0 (0) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> L2VPN Active 0/0 (900) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> LDP:Active Active 0/0 (15) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> LDP:Standby Active 0/0 (15) 0/RSP1/CPU0
>
> BGP-VPNv4:bgp-0 Active 0/0 (600) 0/RSP0/CPU0
>
> RP/0/RSP0/CPU0: 9k#
>
>

Something like that ?

7600#sh mpls infrastructure lsd apps
Application Registration Status:
Index Name Client Index Recovery(ms) Cutover(ms) Timer
1 INTERNAL 65 0 0 INACTIVE
5 CONFIG 69 0 0 INACTIVE
6 IPRM 70 60000 60000 INACTIVE
7 LDP 71 600000 600000 INACTIVE
8 TE Tun I 72 60000 60000 INACTIVE
9 TE Lsp I 73 600000 600000 INACTIVE
10 SNMP 74 100000 100000 INACTIVE
13 ATOM 77 10000 10000 INACTIVE
15 BGP VPNV 79 60000 60000 INACTIVE
17 BGP IPV6 81 10000 10000 INACTIVE
18 MPLS CHK 82 60000 60000 INACTIVE


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Apr 26, 2012, 12:31 PM

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Re: lsd [In reply to]

I can see it now.... a new technology from cisco called thc... that one
should generate at least as many silly comments as lsd
has.....pcp....etc....


-----Original Message-----
From: cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck
[mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck] On Behalf Of Scott Granados
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 1:17 PM
To: Chuck Church
Cc: Robert E. Seastrom; cisco-nsp [at] puck
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] lsd

Now all we need is a feature called weed and another called mushrooms and
you'd have my college years wrapped up in a single network element.

On Apr 25, 2012, at 1:53 PM, Chuck Church wrote:

> I know every time I'm at a laser light show and listening to Pink
> Floyd, I'm wondering how I could make this even better. Now I know -
MPLS!
>
> Chuck
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck
> [mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces [at] puck] On Behalf Of Robert E.
> Seastrom
> Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 1:32 PM
> To: Scott Granados
> Cc: cisco-nsp [at] puck
> Subject: Re: [c-nsp] lsd
>
>
> While MPLS hides the underlying topology from you, LSD is good for
> exposing the metaphysical layer.
>
> ;-)
>
> Scott Granados <scott [at] granados-llc> writes:
>
>> Gee and I thought LSD was for the operator and not a feature. Nice,
>> no
> reason the gear shouldn't share in the fun.
>>
>> :)
>>
>>
>>
>> On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Peter Rathlev wrote:
>>
>>> On Wed, 2012-04-25 at 09:44 -0500, Aaron wrote:
>>>> Is there something similar in IOS to lsd (label switch db) found in
>>>> IOS XR ? does this function of lsd exist in ios? (lsd seems like
>>>> what I used to understand as lib/tib but unsure at this point). if
>>>> there is an lsd-type thing in IOS, is there a way to see client
>>>> apps (l2vpn, bgp, etc) bound to it like in xr below. ?
>>>
>>> Unsure if this is what you're looking for, but you can see the LFIB via:
>>>
>>> Router#show mpls forwarding
>>> Local Outgoing Prefix Bytes Label Outgoing Next Hop
>
>>> Label Label or Tunnel Id Switched interface
>
>>> 16 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 2632 aggregate/VRF3305
>>> 17 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 71864 aggregate/VRF2400
>>> 18 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 37630 aggregate/VRF2401
>>> 19 Pop Label IPv4 VRF[V] 266812 aggregate/VRF2433
>>> 20 105 10.20.30.8/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 21 147 10.20.30.152/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 22 No Label l2ckt(10) 7465810 Gi4/4
> point2point
>>> 23 112 10.20.30.31/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 24 No Label 10.10.250.8/30 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 25 No Label 10.10.241.64/27 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 26 27 10.20.30.151/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> 27 114 10.20.30.133/32 0 Gi4/2
> 10.10.250.161
>>> ...
>>>
>>> Specific L2VPN VC labels:
>>>
>>> Router#show mpls l2transport vc
>>>
>>> Local intf Local circuit Dest address VC ID
> Status
>>> ------------- -------------------------- --------------- ----------
> ----------
>>> Gi4/4 Ethernet 10.20.30.17 10 UP
>
>>> Gi4/3 Ethernet 10.20.30.27 3 UP
>
>>> Router#
>>>
>>> Sorry if this if off in the wrong direction.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Peter
>>>
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