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1. IGMP Overview

Internet Group Management (IGMP) protocol allows a host to advertise its multicast group membership to neighbouring switches and routers. IGMP is a standard protocol used by the TCP/IP protocol suite to achieve dynamic multicasting.

There are two components in the IGMP solution:

  • IGMPv2/v3 Client: It sends Join or Leave messages to a multicast group. Typical example of a client is a SET-TOP box. The IGMP client can respond to any IGMP general queries or group-specific queries that are received.

  • Multicast Router: The recipient of IGMP Join/Leave message. After receiving the message, it determines whether the corresponding message needs to be processed or not. After processing the IGMP messages, it sends this information to its multicast upstream router. Along with this, it can program certain entries in its routers which results in forwarding specific multicast packets on that interface.

1.1. IGMPv3 Lite

IGMP version 3 adds support for "source filtering", that is, the ability for a system to report interest in receiving packets only from specific source addresses, or from all but specific source addresses, sent to a particular multicast address. That information may be used by multicast routing protocols to avoid delivering multicast packets from specific sources to networks where there are no interested receivers.

The RtBrick IGMP v3lite solution adds support for source filtering. Source filtering enables a multicast receiver host to signal from which groups it wants to receive multicast traffic, and from which sources this traffic is expected. That information may be used by multicast routing protocols to avoid delivering multicast packets from specific sources to networks where there are no interested receivers.

IGMP Version 3 will help conserve bandwidth by allowing a host to select the specific sources from which it wants to receive traffic.Also, multicast routing protocols will be able to make use of this information to conserve bandwidth when constructing the branches of their multicast delivery trees.

2. Configuring IGMP

2.1. Configuring Global Instance

To configure the global instance, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> address-family ipv4 unicast

set instance <instance> address-family ipv4 multicast

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the IGMP instance

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance default address-family ipv4 unicast

admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance default address-family ipv4 multicast

2.2. Configuring IGMP Protocol on an Instance

To configure an IGMP on an instance, the same instance should be enabled globally with AFI IPv4 and SAFI as both unicast and multicast.

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp

set instance <instance> protocol igmp source-address <source-address>

set instance <instance> protocol igmp robustness-variable <count>

set instance <instance> protocol igmp tos <tos-value>

Note If no instance is specified, IGMP will be enabled on the default instance.
Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the IGMP instance.

<source-address>

Source address of the IGMP query at the instance-level.
NOTE: IF subscriber IFL is configured with the source address, then takes priority; otherwise, the the instance-level source address will be used. If source address is not configured, 0.0.0.0 will be the default address.

<count>

The number of times that the device sends each IGMP message. Default value: 3. Range: 0-255.

<tos_value>

Specifies the type-of-service. Default value: 0. Range: 0-255.

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp

admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp source-address 192.168.9.1

admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp robustness-variable 5

admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp tos 10

2.2.1. Deleting IGMP Protocol on an Instance

Note When you delete an IGMP instance, it will delete the IGMP instance-specific configuration tables.
Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp

2.3. Configuring IGMP Robustness Value

To configure the IGMP robustness value, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp robustness-variable <count>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<count>

The robustness value is used by IGMP to determine the number of times to send messages. Default value: 3. Range: 0-255.

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp robustness-variable 5

2.3.1. Deleting IGMP Robustness Value

To delete the IGMP robustness value, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp robustness-variable <count>

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp robustness-variable 5

2.4. Configuring IGMP TOS Value

To configure the IGMP type-of-service (TOS) value, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp tos <tos_value>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<tos_value>

Specifies the type-of-service. Default value: 0. Range: 0-255.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp tos 10

2.4.1. Deleting IGMP TOS Value

To delete the IGMP type-of-service (TOS) value, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp tos <tos_value>

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol igmp tos 10

2.5. Enabling IGMP Service on an Interface

Note When you start IGMP on an interface, it operates with the default settings.

To enable IGMP service on an interface, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> max-groups <count>

set instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> version <version>

set instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> interface-profile <profile>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<interface>

Name of the IP multicast interface

<count>

Specifies the maximum count of multicast group memberships

<version>

Specifies the IGMP version, that is, IGMPv2 or IGMPv3

<profile>

Name of the interface configuration profile

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 max-groups 30

admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 version IGMPv3

admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 interface-profile profile

2.5.1. Deleting IGMP Service on an Interface

To delete IGMP service on an interface, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface>

To delete the interface options, enter the following commands:

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> max-groups <count>

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> version <version>

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> interface-profile <profile>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<interface>

Name of the logical interface

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp interfaces interface ifl-0/0/1/1
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp interfaces interface ifl-0/0/1/1 max-groups 10
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp interfaces interface ifl-0/0/1/1 version IGMPv3
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp interfaces interface ifl-0/0/1/1 interface-profile iprofile

2.6. Configuring IGMP Version

The version command sets the IGMP version on the interface.

Note The default IGMP version is IGMPv3.
Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> version <IGMPv2 | IGMPv3>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<interface>

Name of the logical interface

<IGMPv2 | IGMPv3>

Specifies the IGMP version

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 version IGMPv3

2.6.1. Deleting IGMP Version

To delete the IGMP version, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> version <version>

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 version IGMPv3

2.7. Configuring IGMP Maximum Members

To configure the IGMP maximum members count, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> max-groups <count>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<interface>

Name of the logical interface

<count>

Specifies max-members count. The range is 1-100000. The default is 8192.

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 max-groups 9000

2.7.1. Deleting IGMP Maximum Members

To delete the IGMP maximum members count, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp interfaces interface <interface> max-groups <count>

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol igmp interfaces interface hostif-0/0/0/1 max-groups 9000

2.8. Configuring IGMP Interface Profile

To configure IGMP interface profile, enter the following commands:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile>

Command Parameters

<profile>

Name of the interface configuration profile

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile

2.8.1. Configuring IGMP Interface Profile Attributes

You can configure the following interface profile attributes:

  • filter-policy

  • immediate-leave

  • query-max-response-time

  • query-interval

  • querier-timeout-interval

  • ssm-map-policy

  • start-query-count

  • start-query-interval

2.8.2. Deleting IGMP Interface Profile Attributes

To delete IGMP interface profile and interface profile options, enter the following commands:

Syntax

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> filter-policy <filter-policy>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> immediate-leave <enable|disable>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> querier-timeout-interval <interval>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> query-interval <interval>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> ssm-map-policy <ssm-map-policy>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> start-query-count <count>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> start-query-interval <interval>

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> query-max-response-time <interval>

Command Parameters

<profile>

Name of the interface configuration profile

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile iprofile start-query-interval 1

2.8.3. Configuring Maximum Query Response Interval

The Maximum Query Response Interval specifies the time that a host can take to reply to a query (maximum response time).

To configure Maximum Query Response Interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> query-max-response-time <interval>

Command Parameters

<profile>

Name of the interface configuration profile

<interval>

Maximum query response interval in seconds. The maximum query response interval ranges from 1 to 1024 seconds. The default value is 100 seconds.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> multicast-options igmp interface-profile iprofile query-max-response-time 10

2.8.4. Deleting Maximum Query Response Interval

To delete Maximum Query Response Interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> maximum-query-response-interval <interval>

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile maximum-query-response-interval 10

2.8.5. Configuring Query Interval

The Query Interval specifies the time interval at which IGMP query is sent.

To configure query interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> query-interval <interval>

Command Parameters

<interval>

IGMP query interval in seconds. The query interval ranges from 1 to 1024 seconds. The default value is 125 seconds.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile query-interval 30

2.8.6. Configuring Start Query Count

The Start Query Count specifies the number of queries sent out on startup, separated by the Start Query Interval.

To configure the start query count, enter the following command:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> start-query-count <count>

Command Parameters

<count>

Specifies the number of queries sent out on startup, separated by the Start Query Interval. The start query count ranges from 1 to 1024. The default value is 3.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile start-query-count 10

2.8.7. Configuring Start Query Interval

To configure the start query interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> start-query-interval <interval>

Command Parameters

<interval>

Specifies the start query interval. The start-query-interval ranges from 1 to 1024 seconds. The default value is 31 seconds (query-interval/4).

Example
supervisor@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile start-query-interval 10

2.8.8. Configuring Querier Timeout Interval

This command specifies the length of time that must pass before a multicast router decides that there is no longer another multicast router which should be the querier.

To configure the querier timeout interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> querier-timeout-interval <interval>

Command Parameters

<interval>

Specifies the querier timeout interval in seconds. The querier-timeout-interval ranges from 1 to 1024 seconds. The default value is 425 seconds robustness*query-interval)+(maximum-query-response-interval/2

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile querier-timeout-interval 10

2.8.9. Enabling or Disabling Immediate Leave

The immediate-leave attribute removes group membership immediately upon receiving a group leave membership report.

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> immediate-leave <enable|disable>

Command Parameters

<enable | disable>

Enable or disable the immediate leave option

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile immediate-leave enable

2.8.10. Configuring SSM Mapping

SSM mapping takes IGMPv2 reports and converts them to IGMPv3. In case of legacy devices, there could be a possibility that BNG might receive IGMPv2 membership reports. If BNG receives an IGMPv2 membership for a specific group G1, BNG uses the SSM mapping configuration to determine one or more Source (S) addresses for a given group. This SSM mappings are translated to the IGMPv3 joins like IGMPV3 JOIN INCLUDE (G, [S1, G1], [S2, G1] and so on) and BNG continues to process as if it has received from the subscriber.

To configure an SSM mapping policy, enter the following command:.

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> ssm-map-policy <policy>

Command Parameters

<profile>

Specifies the interface profile

<policy>

Specifies SSM mapping policy

Note Policy should be defined under policy statement.
Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile ssm-map-policy ssm_policy

2.8.11. Configuring Filter Policy

To configure a filter list, enter the following command:

Syntax

set multicast-options igmp interface-profile <profile> filter-policy <policy>

Command Parameters

<profile>

Specifies the name of the configuration profile list

<policy>

Specifies the filter policy. The policy should be defined under policy statement.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set multicast-options igmp interface-profile profile filter-policy filter_policy

2.9. Configuring SSM Mapping Policy

SSM mapping takes IGMPv2 reports and converts them to IGMPv3. In case of legacy devices, there could be a possibility that BNG might receive IGMPv2 membership reports. If BNG receives an IGMPv2 membership for a specific group G1, BNG uses the SSM mapping configuration to determine one or more Source (S) addresses for a given group. This SSM mappings are translated to the IGMPv3 joins like IGMPV3 JOIN INCLUDE (G, [S1, G1], [S2, G1] and so on) and BNG continues to process as if it has received from the subscriber.

The example below shows a sample configuration of the ssm-policy.

admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 match rule 1 type mcast-route-ipv4-group
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 match rule 1 value-type complete
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 match rule 1 match-type or-longer
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 match rule 1 value 233.1.1.0/24
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 action rule 1 type mcast-route-ipv4-source
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 action rule 1 operation overwrite
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement ssm ordinal 1 action rule 1 value 100.1.1.1/32

2.10. Configuring Filter Policy

The example below shows how to configure the filter policy.

admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement filter ordinal 1 match rule 1 type mcast-route-ipv4-group
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement filter ordinal 1 match rule 1 value-type complete
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement filter ordinal 1 match rule 1 match-type or-longer
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement filter ordinal 1 match rule 1 value 232.1.1.0/24
admin@rtbrck: cfg> set policy statement filter ordinal 1 action rule 1 operation return-deny

2.11. Configuring the IGMP Static Joins on an Instance

After an interface on a multicast device is configured to statically join an IGMP group, the multicast device considers that the interface has static multicast group members and sends multicast packets to this interface, regardless of whether hosts connected to this interface request the multicast packets.

To configure an IGMP static join on the default instance, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol igmp static-group <group> <source> <interface>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the instance name

<group>

Specifies the multicast address

<source>

Specifies the source from which the multicast traffic is received

<interface>

Name of the outbound interface

Example
admin@rtbrick: cfg> set instance default protocol igmp static-group 232.2.2.2 1.1.1.1 null0
Note
  • The null0 is a discard or sink interface for IGMP static join configuration.

2.11.1. Deleting IGMP Static Joins

To delete an IGMP static join, enter the following command:.

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol igmp static-group <group> <source> <interface>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the instance name

<group>

Specifies the multicast multicast group address

<source>

Specifies the source from which the multicast traffic is received

<interface>

Name of the IP multicast interface

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance default protocol igmp static-group 232.2.2.2 1.1.1.1 null0

3. IGMP Show and Clear Commands

3.1. IGMP interface show commands

3.1.1. IGMP interface summary commands

3.1.1.1. show igmp interface

This command displays the IGMP interface details for all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp interface
Interface                     Primary Address   State          Querier Address   Instance          Uptime
null0                         n/a               n/a            n/a               vpn1            n/a
ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   100.100.100.1     Querier        192.1.4.3         vpn1            03h:37m:31s
3.1.1.2. show igmp interface instance <instance_name>

This command displays the interface summary on specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp interface instance vpn1
Interface                     Primary Address   State          Querier Address   Instance          Uptime
null0                         n/a               n/a            n/a               vpn1            n/a
ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   100.100.100.1     Querier        192.1.4.3         vpn1            03h:37m:39s

3.1.2. IGMP interface detail commands

3.1.2.1. show igmp interface <interface_name>

This command displays detailed of the IGMP interface on the default instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp interface ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
Interface: ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                         : vpn1
  State                            : Querier
  Uptime                           : 03h:38m:06s
  Primary address                  : 100.100.100.1
  Querier address                  : 192.1.4.3
  IGMP version                     : IGMPv3
  Timer values
    Last member query interval     : 1s
    Query interval                 : 10s
    Other querier present interval : 425s
    Query response interval        : 100s
    Startup query interval         : 2s
  Count values
    Active members count           : 10
    Last member query count        : 3
    Startup query count            : 3
  Statistics
    General query sent             : 282
    General query received         : 0
    Group specific query sent      : 9
    Group specific query received  : 0
    IGMPv2 reports received        : 0
    IGMPv3 reports received        : 2736
    Filter match permit count      : 0
    Filter match deny count        : 0
    Membership limit deny count    : 0
    SSM map success count          : 394
    SSM map failure count          : 0
    ASM reports count              : 168

3.2. IGMP group show commands

3.2.1. IGMP group summary commands

3.2.1.1. show igmp group

This command displays IGMP group summary on all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group
Source Address      Group Address       Interface                     Instance          Uptime         Expires     Version
50.0.0.234/32       233.233.233.223/32  null0                         vpn1            03h:42m:33s    n/a         IGMP
192.168.200.64/32   233.233.233.233/32  null0                         vpn1            03h:42m:33s    n/a         IGMP
50.0.0.1/32         232.27.72.2/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:32m:58s    1m 43s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.1/32         232.27.72.5/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:33m:03s    1m 48s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.3/32         232.27.72.3/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:35m:26s    3m 36s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.4/32         232.27.72.4/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:35m:26s    3m 35s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.6/32         225.0.0.6/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:16s    3m 33s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.7/32         225.0.0.7/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:16s    3m 29s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.8/32         225.0.0.8/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:16s    3m 42s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.9/32         225.0.0.9/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:16s    3m 35s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.10/32        225.0.0.10/32       ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:16s    3m 40s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.125/32       232.2.2.2/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:35m:26s    3m 40s      IGMPv3
3.2.1.2. show igmp group instance <instance_name>
This command displays the group summary on specific instance.
supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group instance vpn1
Source Address      Group Address       Interface                     Instance          Uptime         Expires     Version
50.0.0.234/32       233.233.233.223/32  null0                         vpn1            03h:42m:37s    n/a         IGMP
192.168.200.64/32   233.233.233.233/32  null0                         vpn1            03h:42m:37s    n/a         IGMP
50.0.0.1/32         232.27.72.2/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:33m:02s    1m 40s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.1/32         232.27.72.5/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:33m:07s    1m 45s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.3/32         232.27.72.3/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:35m:30s    3m 41s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.4/32         232.27.72.4/32      ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:35m:30s    3m 43s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.6/32         225.0.0.6/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:20s    3m 43s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.7/32         225.0.0.7/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:20s    3m 42s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.8/32         225.0.0.8/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:20s    3m 39s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.9/32         225.0.0.9/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:20s    3m 42s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.10/32        225.0.0.10/32       ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            03h:38m:20s    3m 37s      IGMPv3
50.0.0.125/32       232.2.2.2/32        ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597   vpn1            00h:35m:30s    3m 36s      IGMPv3

3.2.2. IGMP group detail commands

3.2.2.1. show igmp group <group>

This command displays detailed group information for specific group on all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group 233.233.233.223/32
(50.0.0.234/32, 233.233.233.223/32)
  Outgoing interface      : null0
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Static
  State                   : No Members Present
  Version                 : IGMP
  Uptime                  : 03h:42m:46s
  Expires                 : n/a
  Membership interval     : n/a
  Last reporter           : n/a
  Last member query count : n/a
  Last member interval    : n/a
  Retransmit time         : n/a
  Max response time       : n/a
3.2.2.2. show igmp group <group_address> <source_address>

This command displays detailed group information for specific group and source on all instances

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group 233.233.233.223/32 50.0.0.234/32
(50.0.0.234/32, 233.233.233.223/32)
  Outgoing interface      : null0
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Static
  State                   : No Members Present
  Version                 : IGMP
  Uptime                  : 03h:42m:54s
  Expires                 : n/a
  Membership interval     : n/a
  Last reporter           : n/a
  Last member query count : n/a
  Last member interval    : n/a
  Retransmit time         : n/a
  Max response time       : n/a
3.2.2.3. show igmp group outgoing-interface <interface_name>

This command displays detailed group information over specific IGMP logical interface.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group outgoing-interface ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
(50.0.0.1/32, 232.27.72.2/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 00h:33m:44s
  Expires                 : 1m 43s
  Membership interval     : 110s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
(50.0.0.1/32, 232.27.72.5/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 00h:33m:49s
  Expires                 : 1m 48s
  Membership interval     : 110s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
(50.0.0.3/32, 232.27.72.3/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 00h:36m:12s
  Expires                 : 3m 37s
  Membership interval     : 225s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
(50.0.0.4/32, 232.27.72.4/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 00h:36m:12s
  Expires                 : 3m 41s
  Membership interval     : 225s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
(50.0.0.6/32, 225.0.0.6/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 03h:39m:02s
  Expires                 : 3m 38s
  Membership interval     : 225s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
3.2.2.4. show igmp group instance <instance_name> <group_address> <source_address>

This command displays detailed group information for specific group and source on selected instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group instance vpn1 225.0.0.7/32 50.0.0.7/32
(50.0.0.7/32, 225.0.0.7/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 03h:39m:31s
  Expires                 : 3m 34s
  Membership interval     : 225s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
supervisor@rtbrick: op> show igmp group instance vpn1 source 50.0.0.7/32
(50.0.0.7/32, 225.0.0.7/32)
  Outgoing interface      : ppp-0/0/3/72339069014638597
  Instance                : vpn1
  Source                  : Dynamic
  State                   : Members Present
  Version                 : IGMPv3
  Uptime                  : 03h:39m:44s
  Expires                 : 3m 40s
  Membership interval     : 225s
  Last reporter           : 100.100.100.1
  Last member query count : 3
  Last member interval    : 1s
  Retransmit time         : 1s
  Max response time       : 0s
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

3.3. IGMP Clear Commands

3.3.1. clear igmp groups all

This command clears IGMP groups on all instance.

Syntax

clear igmp groups all

Example
supervisor@rtbrick: op> clear igmp group all
IGMP groups were successfully cleared
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

3.3.2. clear igmp group instance <instance-name>

This command clears igmp group on a specific instance.

Syntax

clear igmp group instance <instance-name>

Example
supervisor@rtbrick: op> clear igmp group instance vpn1
IGMP groups were successfully cleared
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

3.3.3. clear igmp group interface <logical-interface-name>

This command clears igmp group on a specific interface.

Syntax

clear igmp group interface <logical-interface-name>

Example
supervisor@rtbrick: op> clear igmp group interface hostif-0/0/0/1
IGMP groups were successfully cleared
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

3.3.4. clear igmp interface <logical-interface-name> statistics

This command clears the IGMP interface statistics.

Syntax

clear igmp interface <logical-interface-name> statistics

Example
supervisor@rtbrick: op> clear igmp interface hostif-0/0/0/1 statistics
Interface IGMP statistics were successfully cleared
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

3.3.5. clear igmp interface instance <instance-name> statistics

This command clears the IGMP interface statistics for the specified instance.

Syntax

clear igmp interface instance <instance-name> statistics

Example
supervisor@rtbrick: op> clear igmp interface instance vpn1 statistics
Interface IGMP statistics were successfully cleared
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

4. IGMP for Subscribers

IGMP can be configured as a service for subscribers in two ways:

  • Local Configuration

  • Using RADIUS Attributes

For more information about these, see the Subscriber Management Configuration Guide.

5. Multicast VPN

5.1. Introduction

The Multicast VPN (MVPN) feature provides the ability to support multicast over a Layer 3 VPN. Multicast allows the efficient distribution of information between a single multicast source and multiple receivers. IP multicast is used to stream video, voice, and data to an MPLS VPN network core.

RBFS operates on the LEAF and SPINE devices. The Leaf layer delivers access services to subscribers or assets, and the spine provides connectivity to the network. The leaf is fully meshed into the Spine and this arrangement is usually referred to as an IP CLOS architecture. The framework provides the network operators with methods to configure and manage a network brick by brick, and provides full control of the network so the focus can be on the deployment of the new services and without any dependencies on hardware. The two tier CLOS architecture allows future extensibility through the leafs that can be added without disturbing the existing topology, so long as they are fully meshed with the spines. Leafs and spines are connected via 100G ports.

LEAF and SPINES are Edge Core devices with Broadcom BCM 88375 (Qumran) with KBP running RBFS stack. Each of these devices are configured with BGP to bring up the fabric. BGP neighbors are in the default instance and the following address families are enabled by default in the peer-group template:

  • IPv6 Unicast (to resolve the next hops)

  • IPv6 Labeled Unicast (to resolve the next hops)

  • VPNv4 (to transport subscriber IPv4 routes, LI End point, LAC endpoint, RADIUS endpoint)

  • VPNv6 (to transport subscriber IPv6 routes, RADIUS endpoint)

  • MVPN (to carry subscriber multicast routes)

5.2. Enabling Multicast Address Family in Fabric

To advertise the subscriber multicast routes, you need to enable MVPN address family in the fabric. RBFS MVPN implementation is based on RFC 6513, “Multicast in MPLS/BGP IP VPNs” and RFC 6514, “BGP Encodings and Procedures for Multicast in MPLS/BGP IP VPNs”.

Before you can enable IPTV service to subscribers, Multicast/MVPN can be enabled in the fabric to achieve this.

  • Enable Multicast address family under global instance

  • Enable the Multicast address family under BGP for the instance

5.2.1. Enabling Multicast Address Family Under Global Instance

The address-family command places the switch in address family mode to configure the address family activity level of individual BGP neighbor addresses. The switch supports these address families:

  • ipv4

  • ipv6

  • mpls

To configure multicast IPV4 address family under the global instance, enter the following command:

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast

5.2.2. Enabling Route-Target Address Family in the Fabric

Similar to the unicast address family, MVPN address family defined under VRF instance needs an import and export route target. The below example shows defining the MVPN address family and corresponding attributes under vpn1.

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast route-target export target:192.1.4.0:14
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast route-target export target:192.1.4.0:14

5.2.3. Enabling Multicast address family under BGP for an instance

To define the multicast address family under BGP for the instance, enter the following commands:

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast
Note When the address family IPv4 multicast is enabled, all the VPNv4 routes which are exported from this instance will have a new extended community (rt-import) added.

5.3. Enabling MVPN Address Family and Peer Group

5.3.1. Enabling the MVPN address family under default BGP

To define the MVPN address family under default BGP, enter the following command:

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance default protocol bgp address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast

5.3.2. Enabling the MVPN address family under default peer group

To define the MVPN address family under default peer group, enter the following commands:

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp address-family ipv4 multicast

5.3.3. Enabling Extended Nexthop

You can enable extended nexthop capability so that peers in the group do not have to be directly connected.

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp peer-group spine address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast extended-nexthop

5.3.4. Enabling Update Nexthop

You can update the nexthop for routes advertised to this peer group.

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp peer-group spine address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast update-nexthop ipv6-address 192:1::3

5.4. Enabling Multicast Redistribution

5.4.1. Enabling Multicast Redistribution from the PIM Source

To enable Multicast Redistribution from the PIM source, enter the following command:

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp address-family ipv4 multicast redistribute pim

Example: Redistributing PIM into BGP

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show config instance vpn1 protocol bgp address-family ipv4 multicast
{
  "rtbrick-config:address-family": {
    "afi": "ipv4",
    "safi": "multicast",
    "redistribute": [
      {
        "source": "pim"
      }
    ]
  }
}

5.5. The list of CLI commands for the configuration of MVPN

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1protocol bgp address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp peer-group spine address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast extended-nexthop
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp peer-group spine address-family ipv4 vpn-multicast update-nexthop ipv6-address 192:1::3
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast rt import target:192.1.4.0:13
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast rt export target:192.1.4.0:13
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp address-family ipv4 multicast
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol bgp address-family ipv4 multicast redistribute igmp

6. Configuring PIM

Routing devices can translate Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) join and prune messages into corresponding Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) or Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) reports or leave messages.

6.1. PIM operational modes

PIM can operate in the following mode:

  • Sparse mode (PIM-SM): PIM-SM uses a shared distribution tree built rooted at an RP to determine paths from source to receiver groups. The RP must be administratively configured on the network.

6.2. Enable Multicast Globally

To enable multicast globally, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> address-family <ipv4 | ipv6> multicast

Note Currently multicast is supported on IPv4 address family only.
Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<ipv4 |ipv6>

Specifies the multicast address family

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast

6.2.1. Deleting Multicast Configuration

The example below shows how to delete the mutlicast configuration.

Syntax

delete instance <instance> address-family ipv4 multicast

Example

delete instance vpn1 address-family ipv4 multicast

6.3. Enabling PIM on a Specific Instance

To enable PIM on a specific instance, enter the following command.

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim afi <ipv4>

Note If no instance is specified, PIM will be enabled on the default instance. RBFS supports only IPV4 address family.
Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance <ipv4>

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim afi ipv4

6.3.1. Deleting the PIM Configuration on an Instance

The example below shows how to delete the PIM configuration on an instance.

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim afi <ipv4>

Example

admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim afi ipv4

6.3.2. Configuring PIM ToS Value

To configure PIM type-of-service (TOS) value, enter the following command:

set instance <instance> protocol pim tos <value>

Command Parameters

<tos value>

Specifies the type-of-service. Default value: 0. Range: 0-255.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim tos 10

6.3.3. Configuring the PIM Join-Prune Interval

To configure the the Join-Prune interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim join-prune-interval <timer-value>

Command Parameters

<timer-value>

The join/prune interval value, in seconds. The timer ranges from 1 to 65535. The default timer is 210.

Example

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim join-prune-interval 100

6.3.4. Deleting PIM ToS Value or Join-Prune Interval

To delete PIM ToS Value or Join-Prune Interval, enter the following commands:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim tos

delete instance <instance> protocol pim join-prune-interval

Example

delete instance vpn1 protocol pim tos

delete instance vpn1 protocol pim join-prune-interval

6.4. Configuring PIM Static Join

To configure PIM static join, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode <interface> <group> source <multicast-source>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Name of the instance

<group>

Specifies the multicast group address

<interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode static-join hostif-0/0/0/1 232.1.1.2 192.0.1.2 hostif-0/0/0/1

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode static-join null0 232.1.1.3 192.0.1.3
Note The null0 is a discard or sink interface for PIM static join configuration.

6.4.1. Deleting PIM Static Join

To delete PIM static join, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode static-join <logical-interface> <multicast-group> <multicast-source>

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode static-join hostif-0/0/0/1 232.1.1.2 192.0.1.2

admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode static-join null0 232.1.1.3 192.0.1.3

6.5. Enabling PIM on an Interface

To enable PIM on an interface, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <logical-interface>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<logical-interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/1/2

6.5.1. Deleting PIM on an Interface

To delete PIM on an interface, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <logical-interface>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<logical-interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/1/2

6.5.2. Configuring PIM Redistribution

To configure PIM redistribution, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode redistribute <ipv4 |ipv6> <multicast> <source>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<ipv4 |ipv6>

Specifies the address family identifier such as IPv4 or IPv6. Currently only IPv4 is supported.

<multicast>

Specifies the subsequent address family identifier such as multicast.

<source>

Source protocol from which routes are being redistributed such as BGP or static.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance red protocol pim sparse-mode redistribute ipv4 multicast bgp

6.5.3. Deleting PIM Redistribution

To delete PIM redistribution, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode redistribute <ipv4 |ipv6> <multicast> <source>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<ipv4 |ipv6>

Specifies the address family identifier such as IPv4 or IPv6.

<multicast>

Specifies the subsequent address family identifier such as multicast.

<source>

Source protocol from which routes are being redistributed such as BGP or static.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance red protocol pim sparse-mode redistribute ipv4 multicast bgp

6.5.4. Configuring hello-timer

To configure the hello interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> hello-interval <value>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface.

<value>

Specifies the hello timer in seconds.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/0/1 hello-interval 100

6.5.5. Deleting hello-timer

To delete the hello interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> hello-timer

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/0/1 hello-interval 100

6.5.6. Configuring dr-priority

To configure the designated router (DR) priority, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> dr-priority <value>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface.

<value>

Specifies the Specifies the designated router (DR) priority value.

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/0/1 dr-priority 101

6.5.7. Deleting dr-priority

To delete the designated router (DR) priority, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> dr-priority

Example
admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/0/1 dr-priority

6.5.8. Configuring Override Interval

To configure the override interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> override-interval <interval>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface.

<interval>

Specifies the override interval in milliseconds.

Example

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/3/3 override-interval 1000

6.5.9. Deleting Override Interval

To delete the override interval, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/3/3 override-interval <value>

Example

admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/3/3 override-interval 1000

6.5.10. Configuring PIM Propagation Delay

To configure the propagation delay for PIM on an interface, enter the following command:

Syntax

set instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> override-interval propagation-delay <value>

Command Parameters

<instance>

Specifies the name of the instance.

<interface>

Specifies the name of the logical interface.

<value>

Specifies the propagation delay in milliseconds.

Example

admin@leaf: cfg> set instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/3/3 propagation-delay 103

6.5.11. Deleting PIM Propagation Delay

To delete the propagation delay for PIM on an interface, enter the following command:

Syntax

delete instance <instance> protocol pim sparse-mode interface <interface> override-interval propagation-delay <value>

Example

admin@leaf: cfg> delete instance vpn1 protocol pim sparse-mode interface hostif-0/0/3/3 propagation-delay 103

7. PIM Show commands

7.1. PIM interface show commands

7.1.1. PIM interface summary commands

7.1.1.1. show pim interface

This command displays the PIM logical interface summary for all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim interface
Interface             Instance        IP Address        State      DR                Generator ID
memif-1/7/1/1         default         30.1.1.1          Non-DR     30.1.1.2            1896236448
null0                 default         n/a               n/a        n/a                        n/a
hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1            50.0.0.25         Non-DR     50.0.0.3            2123016228
null0                 vpn1            n/a               n/a        n/a                        n/a
7.1.1.2. show pim interface instance <instance_name>

This command displays interface summary on specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim interface instance vpn1
Interface             Instance        IP Address        State      DR                Generator ID
hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1            50.0.0.25         Non-DR     50.0.0.3            2123016228
null0                 vpn1            n/a               n/a        n/a                        n/a

7.1.2. PIM interface detail commands

7.1.2.1. show pim interface <interface_name>

This command displays the PIM interface detail default instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim interface hostif-0/0/3/3
Interface: hostif-0/0/3/3
  Instance                 : vpn1
  State                    : Non-DR
  Primary address          : 50.0.0.25
  Generation ID            : 2123016228
  Timer values
    Hello interval         : 35s
    Join/Prune interval    : 35s
    Hold interval          : 105s
    Override interval      : 2000ms
    Prune delay interval   : 500ms
  DR election
    DR address             : 50.0.0.3
    DR priority            : 1
    DR election count      : 251
  Negotiated
    DR priority used       : True
    Lan delay used         : False
    Lan prune interval     : 0
    Lan override  used     : False
    Lan override interval  : 0
  Statistics
    Hello
      Received             : 17214
      Sent                 : 95
    Membership
      Received             : 0
      Sent                 : 759
    Assert
      Received             : 0
      Sent                 : 0

7.2. PIM membership show commands

7.2.1. PIM membership summary command

7.2.1.1. show pim membership

This command displays PIM membership summary on all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim membership
Source               Group                Interface                     Instance       Uptime
30.1.1.2/32          232.198.198.198/32   null0                         default        00h:38m:05s
30.1.1.2/32          234.234.234.234/32   null0                         default        00h:38m:05s
30.1.1.2/32          235.235.235.235/32   null0                         default        00h:38m:05s
7.2.1.2. show pim membership instance <instance_name>

This command displays the PIM membership summary information on specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim membership instance default
Source               Group                Interface                     Instance       Uptime
30.1.1.2/32          232.198.198.198/32   null0                         default        00h:38m:18s
30.1.1.2/32          234.234.234.234/32   null0                         default        00h:38m:18s
30.1.1.2/32          235.235.235.235/32   null0                         default        00h:38m:18s

7.2.2. PIM membership detail commands

7.2.2.1. show pim membership detail

This command displays the PIM membership detail command on all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim membership detail
30.1.1.2/32, 232.198.198.198/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:29s
30.1.1.2/32, 234.234.234.234/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:29s
30.1.1.2/32, 235.235.235.235/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:29s
7.2.2.2. show pim membership instance <instance_name> detail

This command displays the PIM membership detailed information on specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim membership instance default detail
30.1.1.2/32, 232.198.198.198/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:39s
30.1.1.2/32, 234.234.234.234/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:39s
30.1.1.2/32, 235.235.235.235/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:39s
7.2.2.3. show pim membership instance <instance> <group_address> <source_address>

This command displays the PIM membership detailed information for specific group-address and source-address in selected instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim membership instance default 232.198.198.198/32 30.1.1.2/32
30.1.1.2/32, 232.198.198.198/32
  Instance           : default
  Outgoing interface : null0
  Source             : pim
  Subtype            : Join
  Subsource          : Static
  Uptime             : 00h:39m:50s
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

7.3. PIM join-prune show commands

7.3.1. PIM join-prune summary commands

7.3.1.1. show pim join-prune

This command displays PIM join-prune summary command on all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim join-prune
Source               Group                Upstream Interface    Instance
30.1.1.2/32          232.198.198.198/32   memif-1/7/1/1         default
30.1.1.2/32          234.234.234.234/32   memif-1/7/1/1         default
30.1.1.2/32          235.235.235.235/32   memif-1/7/1/1         default
50.0.0.1/32          232.27.72.2/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.1/32          232.27.72.5/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.3/32          232.27.72.3/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.4/32          232.27.72.4/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.6/32          225.0.0.6/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.7/32          225.0.0.7/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.8/32          225.0.0.8/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.9/32          225.0.0.9/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.10/32         225.0.0.10/32        hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.125/32        232.2.2.2/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.234/32        233.233.233.223/32   hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
7.3.1.2. show pim join-prune instance <instance_name>

This command displays join-prune summary on a specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim join-prune instance vpn1
Source               Group                Upstream Interface    Instance
50.0.0.1/32          232.27.72.2/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.1/32          232.27.72.5/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.3/32          232.27.72.3/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.4/32          232.27.72.4/32       hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.6/32          225.0.0.6/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.7/32          225.0.0.7/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.8/32          225.0.0.8/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.9/32          225.0.0.9/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.10/32         225.0.0.10/32        hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.125/32        232.2.2.2/32         hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1
50.0.0.234/32        233.233.233.223/32   hostif-0/0/3/3        vpn1

7.3.2. PIM join-prune detail command

7.3.2.1. show pim join-prune instance <instance_name> detail

This command displays detailed join-prune information in selected instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim join-prune instance vpn1 detail
50.0.0.1/32, 232.27.72.2/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.1
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:01m:11s
50.0.0.1/32, 232.27.72.5/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.1
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:01m:11s
50.0.0.3/32, 232.27.72.3/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.3
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:03m:41s
50.0.0.4/32, 232.27.72.4/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.4
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:03m:41s
50.0.0.6/32, 225.0.0.6/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.6
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:55m:31s
50.0.0.7/32, 225.0.0.7/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.7
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:55m:30s
50.0.0.8/32, 225.0.0.8/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.8
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:55m:30s
50.0.0.9/32, 225.0.0.9/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.9
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:55m:31s
50.0.0.10/32, 225.0.0.10/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.10
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:55m:31s
7.3.2.2. show pim join-prune instance <instance_name> <group_address> <source_address>

This command displays the join-prune detailed information for specific instance, source and group.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim join-prune instance vpn1 225.0.0.10/32 50.0.0.10/32
50.0.0.10/32, 225.0.0.10/32
  Instance           : vpn1
  Upstream interface : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Upstream neighbor  : 50.0.0.10
  Type               : Join
  Uptime             : 00h:55m:50s

7.4. PIM neighbor show commands

7.4.1. PIM neighbor summary commands

7.4.1.1. show pim neighbor

This command displays the PIM neighbor summary on all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim neighbor
Neighbor         Interface           Instance       Generation ID  Uptime         Expires
30.1.1.2         memif-1/7/1/1       default           1413290566  00h:55m:34s    1m 35s
50.0.0.1         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             666648646  00h:55m:59s    21s
50.0.0.2         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1893441310  00h:55m:59s    28s
50.0.0.3         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1582670973  00h:55m:56s    24s
50.0.0.4         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            2114142516  00h:55m:59s    21s
50.0.0.5         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             620803409  00h:55m:56s    29s
50.0.0.6         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1              21872824  00h:56m:00s    28s
50.0.0.7         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1938032162  00h:55m:58s    22s
50.0.0.8         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1317312430  00h:55m:58s    22s
50.0.0.9         hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             135050151  00h:55m:59s    27s
50.0.0.10        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1992665194  00h:55m:59s    21s
50.0.0.11        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             223322718  00h:55m:57s    28s
50.0.0.12        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1604225905  00h:55m:59s    21s
50.0.0.13        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            2016644219  00h:55m:56s    29s
50.0.0.14        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1702825153  00h:55m:59s    21s
50.0.0.15        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             946957262  00h:55m:58s    22s
50.0.0.16        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             629661990  00h:55m:58s    22s
50.0.0.17        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1              28854718  00h:55m:59s    27s
50.0.0.18        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             569003403  00h:55m:59s    28s
50.0.0.19        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1005143597  00h:55m:58s    22s
50.0.0.20        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1947663757  00h:55m:57s    28s
50.0.0.21        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             935980530  00h:55m:59s    29s
50.0.0.22        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1077227716  00h:55m:57s    28s
50.0.0.23        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1883998663  00h:55m:56s    28s
50.0.0.24        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1080685537  00h:55m:59s    28s
50.0.0.26        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             552779013  00h:55m:58s    25s
50.0.0.27        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1263214263  00h:55m:58s    28s
50.0.0.28        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            2048997893  00h:56m:00s    28s
50.0.0.29        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             946709615  00h:55m:56s    29s
50.0.0.30        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             118339568  00h:56m:00s    28s
50.0.0.31        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1455498510  00h:56m:00s    28s
50.0.0.32        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             624592867  00h:55m:58s    22s
50.0.0.33        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1             852784085  00h:55m:56s    29s
50.0.0.34        hostif-0/0/3/3      vpn1            1723470230  00h:55m:59s    21s
7.4.1.2. show pim neighbor instance <instance_name>

This command displays the PIM neighbor summary information on specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim neighbor instance default
Neighbor         Interface           Instance       Generation ID  Uptime         Expires
30.1.1.2         memif-1/7/1/1       default           1413290566  00h:55m:41s    1m 28s

7.4.2. PIM neigbor detail command

7.4.2.1. show pim neighbor instance <instance_name> <neighbor_address>

This command displays detailed information for specific PIM neighbor in selected instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim neighbor instance default 30.1.1.2
Neighbor: 30.1.1.2
  Interface            : memif-1/7/1/1
  Instance             : default
  Hold down interval   : 105s
  Expires              : 105s
  Generation ID        : 1413290566
  DR priority          : 1
  Uptime               : 00h:55m:47s
  Last transition time : Tue Nov 24 06:47:08 GMT +0000 2020
  Holddown received    : 1

7.5. PIM rpf show commands

7.5.1. PIM rpf summary command

7.5.1.1. show pim rpf

This command displays the PIM rpf summary information on all instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim rpf
Multicast Source  Instance       RPF Interface       Neighbor
30.1.1.2          default        memif-1/7/1/1       30.1.1.2
50.0.0.1          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.1
50.0.0.3          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.3
50.0.0.4          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.4
50.0.0.6          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.6
50.0.0.7          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.7
50.0.0.8          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.8
50.0.0.9          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.9
50.0.0.10         vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.10
50.0.0.125        vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.125
50.0.0.234        vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.234
192.168.200.64    vpn1         n/a                 n/a
7.5.1.2. show pim rpf instance <instance_name>

This command displays the PIM rpf summary information on specific instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim rpf instance vpn1
Multicast Source  Instance       RPF Interface       Neighbor
50.0.0.1          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.1
50.0.0.3          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.3
50.0.0.4          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.4
50.0.0.6          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.6
50.0.0.7          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.7
50.0.0.8          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.8
50.0.0.9          vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.9
50.0.0.10         vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.10
50.0.0.125        vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.125
50.0.0.234        vpn1         hostif-0/0/3/3      50.0.0.234
192.168.200.64    vpn1         n/a                 n/a

7.5.2. PIM rpf detail commands

7.5.2.1. show pim rpf instance <instance> <source_address>

This command displays the PIM rpf detailed information for specific source-address in selected instance.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim rpf instance vpn1 50.0.0.1
Multicast source : 50.0.0.1
  Instance        : vpn1
  AFI             : ipv4
  SAFI            : unicast
  RPF interface   : hostif-0/0/3/3
  Peer            : 50.0.0.1
  Covering prefix : n/a
  MAC address     : 00:12:01:00:00:01

7.6. PIM mroute show commands

7.6.1. PIM mroute summary commands

7.6.1.1. show pim mroute

This command displays PIM mroute summary for all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim mroute
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
  Source              Group               Route Source   Preference  Nexthop             OIF
  30.1.1.2/32         232.198.198.198/32  pim            240         n/a                 null0
  30.1.1.2/32         234.234.234.234/32  pim            240         n/a                 null0
  30.1.1.2/32         235.235.235.235/32  pim            240         n/a                 null0

7.6.2. PIM mroute detail commands

7.6.2.1. show pim mroute detail

This command displays the PIM mroute detail for all instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim mroute detail
30.1.1.2/32, 232.198.198.198/32
  Source       : pim                    Preference       : 240
  Sub source   : Static                 Subtype          : Join
  RPF neighbor : 30.1.1.2               RPF interface    : memif-1/7/1/1
  Nexthop      : n/a                    Egress interface : null0
  Nexthop type : Multicast Fanout       NextHop action   : None
  Destination  : default-ipv4-multicast
  Resolved in  : default-ipv4-multicast
30.1.1.2/32, 234.234.234.234/32
  Source       : pim                    Preference       : 240
  Sub source   : Static                 Subtype          : Join
  RPF neighbor : 30.1.1.2               RPF interface    : memif-1/7/1/1
  Nexthop      : n/a                    Egress interface : null0
  Nexthop type : Multicast Fanout       NextHop action   : None
  Destination  : default-ipv4-multicast
  Resolved in  : default-ipv4-multicast
30.1.1.2/32, 235.235.235.235/32
  Source       : pim                    Preference       : 240
  Sub source   : Static                 Subtype          : Join
  RPF neighbor : 30.1.1.2               RPF interface    : memif-1/7/1/1
  Nexthop      : n/a                    Egress interface : null0
  Nexthop type : Multicast Fanout       NextHop action   : None
  Destination  : default-ipv4-multicast
  Resolved in  : default-ipv4-multicast
7.6.2.2. show pim mroute instance <instance_name>

This command dispalys the PIM mroute summary on specific instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim mroute instance default
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
  Source              Group               Route Source   Preference  Nexthop             OIF
  30.1.1.2/32         232.198.198.198/32  pim            240         n/a                 null0
  30.1.1.2/32         234.234.234.234/32  pim            240         n/a                 null0
  30.1.1.2/32         235.235.235.235/32  pim            240         n/a                 null0
7.6.2.3. show pim mroute instance <instance_name> detail

This command displays the PIM mroute detailed information on specific instances.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show pim mroute instance default detail
30.1.1.2/32, 232.198.198.198/32
  Source       : pim                    Preference       : 240
  Sub source   : Static                 Subtype          : Join
  RPF neighbor : 30.1.1.2               RPF interface    : memif-1/7/1/1
  Nexthop      : n/a                    Egress interface : null0
  Nexthop type : Multicast Fanout       NextHop action   : None
  Destination  : default-ipv4-multicast
  Resolved in  : default-ipv4-multicast
30.1.1.2/32, 234.234.234.234/32
  Source       : pim                    Preference       : 240
  Sub source   : Static                 Subtype          : Join
  RPF neighbor : 30.1.1.2               RPF interface    : memif-1/7/1/1
  Nexthop      : n/a                    Egress interface : null0
  Nexthop type : Multicast Fanout       NextHop action   : None
  Destination  : default-ipv4-multicast
  Resolved in  : default-ipv4-multicast
30.1.1.2/32, 235.235.235.235/32
  Source       : pim                    Preference       : 240
  Sub source   : Static                 Subtype          : Join
  RPF neighbor : 30.1.1.2               RPF interface    : memif-1/7/1/1
  Nexthop      : n/a                    Egress interface : null0
  Nexthop type : Multicast Fanout       NextHop action   : None
  Destination  : default-ipv4-multicast
  Resolved in  : default-ipv4-multicast
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

8. Multicast Show Commands

8.1. show mroute

This command displays all multicast routes in summary format.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
10.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
20.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.2/32         static        2        memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8

8.2. show mroute detail

This command displays all multicast routes in detailed format.

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
10.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
20.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.2/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: IP Replicate
      Egress interface: memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 20010,bos:1

8.3. show mroute instance <instance-name>

This command displays all multicast routes with given <instance-name> in summary format

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute instance default
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
10.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
20.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.2/32         static        2        memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8

8.4. show mroute instance <instance-name> detail

This command displays all multicast routes with given <instance-name> in detailed format

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute instance default detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
10.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
20.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.2/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: IP Replicate
      Egress interface: memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 20010,bos:1

8.5. Displaying route using filters

You can display routes with filters like instance, source(multicast source address), group (multicast group address), route-source (source of this route like static, bgp) and address family.

This information can be displayed in summary format or detailed format.

show mroute <AFI>

show mroute <instance-name>

show mroute source <source-address>

show mroute group <group-address>

show mroute route-source <route-source>

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute ipv4
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
10.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
20.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.2/32         static        2        memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute instance default
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
10.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
20.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.2/32         static        2        memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
                                                                  memif-8/8/8/8
supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute source 30.1.1.1/32
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
30.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
                                                                     memif-8/8/8/8
supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute group 232.1.1.2/32
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
20.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.2/32         static        2        memif-4/4/4/1

supervisor@rtbrick: op> show mroute route-source static
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
Source                   Group                Route Source  Pref     Outgoing Intf
10.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
20.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.2/32         static        2        memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32              232.1.1.1/32         static        2        memif-8/8/8/8
                                                                     memif-8/8/8/8
supervisor@rtbrick: op>

This information can be displayed in detailed format.

show mroute <AFI> detail

show mroute <instance-name> detail

show mroute source <source-address> detail

show mroute group <group-address> detail

show mroute route-source <route-source> detail

supervisor@cli1: op> show mroute ipv4 detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
10.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
20.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.2/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: IP Replicate
      Egress interface: memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 20010,bos:1

supervisor@cli1: op> show mroute instance default detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
10.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
20.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.2/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: IP Replicate
      Egress interface: memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 20010,bos:1

supervisor@cli1: op> show mroute source 30.1.1.1/32 detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
30.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 20010,bos:1

supervisor@cli1: op> show mroute group 232.1.1.2/32 detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
20.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.2/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: IP Replicate
      Egress interface: memif-4/4/4/1


supervisor@cli1: op> show mroute route-source static detail
Instance: default, AFI: ipv4, SAFI: multicast
10.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
20.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.2/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: IP Replicate
      Egress interface: memif-4/4/4/1
30.1.1.1/32, 232.1.1.1/32
  Source: static, Preference: 2
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 10010,bos:1
      Next Hop type: Multicast Fanout, Next Hop action: MPLS Replicate
      Resolved in: default-ipv4-unicast
      Egress interface: memif-8/8/8/8, NextHop MAC: 7a:41:7e:60:00:08
      MPLS-Label: 20010,bos:1

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