get : router info bgp
 
router info bgp
Use this command to display information about the BGP configuration.
Syntax
get router info bgp <keyword>
<keyword>
Description
cidr-only
Show all BGP routes having non-natural network masks.
community
Show all BGP routes having their COMMUNITY attribute set.
community-info
Show general information about the configured BGP communities, including the routes in each community and their associated network addresses.
community-list
Show all routes belonging to configured BGP community lists.
dampening {dampened-paths | flap‑statistics | parameters}
Display information about dampening:
Type dampened-paths to show all paths that have been suppressed due to flapping.
Type flap-statistics to show flap statistics related to BGP routes.
Type parameters to show the current dampening settings.
filter-list
Show all routes matching configured AS-path lists.
inconsistent-as
Show all routes associated with inconsistent autonomous systems of origin.
memory
Show the BGP memory table.
neighbors [<address_ipv4> | <address_ipv4> advertised-routes | <address_ipv4> received prefix-filter | <address_ipv4> received-routes | <address_ipv4> routes]
Show information about connections to TCP and BGP neighbors.
network [<address_ipv4mask>]
Show general information about the configured BGP networks, including their network addresses and associated prefixes.
network-longer-prefixes <address_ipv4mask>
Show general information about the BGP route that you specify (for example, 12.0.0.0/14) and any specific routes associated with the prefix.
paths
Show general information about BGP AS paths, including their associated network addresses.
prefix-list <name>
Show all routes matching configured prefix list <name>.
quote-regexp <regexp_str>
Enter the regular expression to compare to the AS_PATH attribute of BGP routes (for example, ^730$) and enable the use of output modifiers (for example, include, exclude, and begin) to search the results.
regexp <regexp_str>
Enter the regular expression to compare to the AS_PATH attribute of BGP routes (for example, ^730$).
route-map
Show all routes matching configured route maps.
scan
Show information about next-hop route scanning, including the scan interval setting.
summary
Show information about BGP neighbor status.
Example output
get router info bgp memory
Memory type Alloc count Alloc bytes
=================================== ============= ===============
BGP structure : 2 1408
BGP VR structure : 2 104
BGP global structure : 1 56
BGP peer : 2 3440
BGP as list master : 1 24
Community list handler : 1 32
BGP Damp Reuse List Array : 2 4096
BGP table : 62 248
----------------------------------- ------------- ---------------
Temporary memory : 4223 96095
Hash : 7 140
Hash index : 7 28672
Hash bucket : 11 132
Thread master : 1 564
Thread : 4 144
Link list : 32 636
Link list node : 24 288
Show : 1 396
Show page : 1 4108
Show server : 1 36
Prefix IPv4 : 10 80
Route table : 4 32
Route node : 63 2772
Vector : 2180 26160
Vector index : 2180 18284
Host config : 1 2
Message of The Day : 1 100
IMI Client : 1 708
VTY master : 1 20
VTY if : 11 2640
VTY connected : 5 140
Message handler : 2 120
NSM Client Handler : 1 12428
NSM Client : 1 1268
Host : 1 64
Log information : 2 72
Context : 1 232
----------------------------------- ------------- ---------------
bgp proto specifc allocations : 9408 B
bgp generic allocations : 196333 B
bgp total allocations : 205741 B