VXLAN and BGP EVPN Configuration Guide for Dell EMC SmartFabric OS10 Release 10.5.2

PDF

show evpn mac-ip

Displays the BGP EVPN Type 2 routes used for host MAC-IP address binding.

Syntax
show evpn mac-ip [count | evi evi [mac-address mac-address] | mac-address mac-address | next-hop ip-address]
Parameters
  • count — Displays the total number of MAC addresses in EVPN MAC-IP address binding.
  • evi evi — Enter an EVPN instance ID, from 1 to 65535.

  • host ip-address — Enter the IP address of a host that communicates through EVPN routes.

  • mac-address mac-address — Enter the MAC address of a host that communicates through EVPN routes in the format nn:nn:nn:nn:nn.

  • next-hop ip-address — Enter the IP address of a next-hop switch.

Default
Not configured
Command mode
EXEC
Usage information
Use this command to view the MAC-IP address binding for host communication in VXLAN tenant segments. The type 2 routes received from the remove VTEP is displayed only if there is a corresponding EVI configured locally.
Example
OS10# show evpn mac-ip

Type  -(lcl): Local (rmt): remote

EVI     Mac-Address        Type   Seq-No  Host-IP     Interface/Next-Hop
101     14:18:77:0c:e5:a3  rmt    0       11.11.11.3      95.0.0.5
101     14:18:77:0c:e5:a3  rmt    0       2001:11::11:3   95.0.0.5
101     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       55.55.55.1      95.0.0.3
101     14:18:77:25:6f:84  lcl    0       11.11.11.2
101     14:18:77:25:6f:84  lcl    0       2001:11::11:2   
102     14:18:77:0c:e5:a4  rmt    0       12.12.12.3      95.0.0.5
102     14:18:77:0c:e5:a4  rmt    0       2001:12::12:3   95.0.0.5
102     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt    0       12.12.12.1      95.0.0.3
102     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl    0       12.12.12.2
103     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       13.13.13.1      95.0.0.3
103     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       2001:13::13:1   95.0.0.3
103     14:18:77:25:6f:84  lcl    0       13.13.13.2
103     14:18:77:25:6f:84  lcl    0       2001:13::13:2
104     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt    0       14.14.14.1      95.0.0.3
104     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt    0       2001:14::14:1   95.0.0.3
104     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl    0       14.14.14.2
104     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl    0       2001:14::14:2
105     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt    0       15.15.15.1      95.0.0.3
105     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt    0       2001:15::15:1   95.0.0.3
105     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl    0       15.15.15.2
105     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl    0       2001:15::15:2
106     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       16.16.16.1      95.0.0.3
106     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       2001:16::16:1   95.0.0.3
106     14:18:77:25:6f:84  lcl    0       16.16.16.2
106     14:18:77:25:6f:84  lcl    0       2001:16::16:2
OS10# show evpn mac-ip evi 104

Type  -(lcl): Local (rmt): remote

EVI     Mac-Address        Type  Seq-No  Host-IP      Interface/Next-Hop
104     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt   0       14.14.14.1     95.0.0.3
104     14:18:77:25:4d:b9  rmt   0       2001:14::14:1  95.0.0.3
104     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl   0       14.14.14.2
104     14:18:77:25:6e:b9  lcl   0       2001:14::14:2
OS10# show evpn mac-ip evi 101 mac-address 14:18:77:0c:e5:a3

Type  -(lcl): Local (rmt): remote

EVI     Mac-Address        Type  Seq-No  Host-IP      Interface/Next-Hop
101     14:18:77:0c:e5:a3  rmt   0       11.11.11.3     95.0.0.5
101     14:18:77:0c:e5:a3  rmt   0       2001:11::11:3  95.0.0.5
OS10# show evpn mac-ip mac-address 14:18:77:25:4e:84

Type  -(lcl): Local (rmt): remote

EVI     Mac-Address        Type   Seq-No  Host-IP      Interface/Next-Hop
101     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       55.55.55.1      95.0.0.3
103     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       13.13.13.1      95.0.0.3
103     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       2001:13::13:1   95.0.0.3
106     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       16.16.16.1      95.0.0.3
106     14:18:77:25:4e:84  rmt    0       2001:16::16:1   95.0.0.3
Supported releases
10.4.3.0 or later

Rate this content

Accurate
Useful
Easy to understand
Was this article helpful?
0/3000 characters
  Please provide ratings (1-5 stars).
  Please provide ratings (1-5 stars).
  Please provide ratings (1-5 stars).
  Please select whether the article was helpful or not.
  Comments cannot contain these special characters: <>()\