OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)

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show ip bgp summary

Displays the status of all BGP connections.

Syntax
show ip bgp summary
Parameters
None
Default
Not configured
Command Mode
EXEC
Usage Information
  • Neighbor—Displays the BGP neighbor address.
  • AS—Displays the AS number of the neighbor
  • MsgRcvd—Displays the number of BGP messages that the neighbor received.
  • MsgSent—Displays the number of BGP messages that the neighbor sent.
  • Up/Down—Displays the amount of time that the neighbor is in the Established stage. If the neighbor has never moved into the Established stage, the word never displays. The output format is:
    1 day = 00:12:23 (hours:minutes:seconds), 1 week = 1d21h (DaysHours), 1 week + 11w2d (WeeksDays)
  • State/Pfxrcd—If the neighbor is in the Established stage, the number of network prefixes received. If a maximum limit was configured with the neighbor maximum-prefix command, prfxd appears in this column. If the neighbor is not in the Established stage, the current stage - Idle, Connect, Active, OpenSent, OpenConfirm displays. When the peer is transitioning between states and clearing the routes received, the phrase Purging may appear in this column. If the neighbor is disabled, the phrase Admin shut appears in this column.

The suppressed status of aggregate routes may not display in the command output.

Example
OS10# show ip bgp summary 
                                       BGP router identifier 80.1.1.1 local AS number 102
                                       Neighbor   AS    MsgRcvd  MsgSent  Up/Down    State/Pfx      
                                       80.1.1.2   800   24       23       00:09:15   5 
                                    
Supported Releases
10.2.0E or later

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