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The run show pim join command shows information about PIM multicast routing state.


Command Syntax

run show pim join


Parameter

None.


Example

  • Show information about PIM multicast routing state.
admin@Xorplus# run show pim join
Group           Source          RP              Flags
-------------   -------------   -------------   -----
238.0.0.1       0.0.0.0         50.0.1.1        WC
    Upstream interface (RP):   vlan40
    Upstream MRIB next hop (RP): 40.0.1.2
    Upstream RPF'(*,G):        40.0.1.2
    Upstream state:            Joined
    Join timer:                16
    Local receiver include WC: vlan20
    Joins RP:                  None
    Joins WC:                  vlan20
    Join state:                vlan20
    Prune state:               None
    Prune pending state:       None
    I am assert winner state:  vlan20
    I am assert loser state:   None
    Assert winner WC:          vlan20
    Assert lost WC:            None
    Assert tracking WC:        vlan20,vlan40
    Could assert WC:           vlan20
    I am DR:                   vlan20,register_vif
    Immediate olist RP:        None
    Immediate olist WC:        vlan20
    Inherited olist SG:        vlan20
    Inherited olist SG_RPT:    vlan20
    PIM include WC:            vlan20     

Table 1 Description of the run show pim join command output

Item

Description

Group

Multicast group address.

Source

Source address of the Group.

RP

RP address.

Flags

The set of flags for this entry. For example:

RP: (*,*,RP) routing entry.

WC: (*,G) routing entry.

SG: (S,G) routing entry.

SG_RPT: (S,G,rpt) routing entry.

SG SPT: The routing entry has the Shortest-Path Tree flag set.

SG DirectlyConnectedS: The routing entry is for a directly-connected source.

SG_RPT DirectlyConnectedS: The (S,G,rpt) routing entry is for a directly-connected source.

Upstream interface (RP)

and the remaining lines

The remaining lines per entry display various additional information for that entry. For details, please refer to RFC4601.

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