OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)


show ip ospf database network

Displays information about network (Type 2) LSA information.

show ip ospf [ process-id] database network
process-id — (Optional) Displays network (Type2) LSA information for a specified OSPF Process ID. If you do not enter a Process ID, this command applies only to the first OSPF process.
Not configured
Command Mode
Usage Information
  • LS Age —Displays the LS age.
  • Options—Displays optional capabilities.
  • LS Type —Displays the Link State type.
  • Link State ID —Identifies the router ID.
  • Advertising Router —Identifies the advertising router’s ID.
  • LS Seq Number—Identifies the LS sequence number (identifies old or duplicate LSAs).
  • Checksum—Displays the Fletcher checksum of an LSA’s complete contents.
  • Length—Displays the LSA length in bytes.
  • Network Mask —Identifies the network mask implemented on the area.
  • TOS—Displays the ToS options. The only option available is zero..
  • Metric—Displays the LSA metric.
OS10# show ip ospf 10 database network
                                       OSPF Router with ID ( (Process ID 10)
                                       Network (Area
                                       LS age: 1356
                                       Options: (No TOS-capability, No DC, E)
                                       LS type: Network
                                       Link State ID:
                                       Advertising Router:
                                       LS Seq Number: 0x80000008
                                       Checksum: 0xd2b1
                                       Length: 32
                                       Network Mask: /24
                                       Attached Router:
                                       Attached Router:
Supported Releases
10.2.0E or later

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