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show ip bgp dampened-paths

Displays BGP routes that are dampened (non-active).

Syntax
show ip bgp [vrf vrf-name] dampened-paths
Parameters
None
Default
Not configured
Command Mode
EXEC
Usage Information
  • vrf vrf-name — (OPTIONAL) Enter the keywords vrf and then the name of the VRF to view routes that are affected by a specific community list corresponding to that VRF.
  • Network — Displays the network ID to which the route is dampened.
  • From — Displays the IP address of the neighbor advertising the dampened route.
  • Reuse — Displays the HH:MM:SS until the dampened route is available.
  • Path — Lists all AS the dampened route passed through to reach the destination network.
Example
OS10# show ip bgp dampened-paths
                                       
                                       BGP local router ID is 80.1.1.1
                                       Status codes: s suppressed, S stale, d dampened, h history, * valid, > best
                                       Origin codes: i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete
                                       Network        From           Reuse          Path           
                                       d*        3.1.2.0/24     80.1.1.2       00:00:12       800 9 8 i
                                       d*        3.1.3.0/24     80.1.1.2       00:00:12       800 9 8 i
                                       d*        3.1.4.0/24     80.1.1.2       00:00:12       800 9 8 i
                                       d*        3.1.5.0/24     80.1.1.2       00:00:12       800 9 8 i
                                       d*        3.1.6.0/24     80.1.1.2       00:00:12       800 9 8 i
                                       Total number of prefixes: 5
                                    
Supported Releases
10.3.0E or later

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