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BGP Peer Print Status

Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:44 pm

Hi Guys,
I have been playing with the CLI (Telnet or SSH) on the CCR1036 and trying to find a way for it to spit out certain information in BGP that we can send to a remote host to show them what we are getting.

On the Cisco kit you would typically use the following
show ip bgp ipv4 unicast summary | include 64500
This would put out a the following information relating to a peer in a easy to read table
Neighbor V AS MsgRcvd MsgSent TblVer InQ OutQ Up/Down State/PfxRcd 4 64500 16455 269693 252117808 0 0 19:00:38 19063

I have found 2 commands that put out more than enough of the information we require, but not on the same screen.
The 2 commands are as follows
/routing bgp peer print status where remote-as=64500
/routing bgp peer print value-list where remote-as=64500
It would be great if we could get a new command that would output the following information in a easy to read table:-
  • name:
  • instance:
  • remote-address:
  • remote-as:
  • tcp-md5-key:
  • nexthop-choice:
  • multihop:
  • route-reflect:
  • hold-time:
  • ttl:
  • max-prefix-limit:
  • in-filter:
  • out-filter:
  • address-families:
  • update-source:
  • default-originate:
  • remove-private-as:
  • as-override:
  • passive:
  • use-bfd:
  • remote-id:
  • local-address:
  • uptime:
  • prefix-count:
  • updates-sent:
  • updates-received:
  • withdrawn-sent:
  • withdrawn-received:
  • remote-hold-time:
  • used-hold-time:
  • used-keepalive-time:
  • refresh-capability:
  • as4-capability:
  • state:
Does anyone know if there is a way to get more information out of the /routing bgp peer print value-list where remote-as=64500 command to include some of the above requirements.

We have a few in production now and are very impressed with them. Each has between 100 and 600 eBGP peers on them and they are running really well.

Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Kind regards,

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