The run show route forward-route command is used to view the hardware route forwarding table information.


Command Syntax

run show route [vrf <vrf-name>] forward-route brief

run show route [vrf <vrf-name>] forward-route ipv4 {<IP4Net>| all}

run show route [vrf <vrf-name>] forward-route ipv6 {<IP6Net>| all}


Parameter

Parameter

Description

vrf <vrf-name>

Optional. Specifies a VRF name. The value is a string.

brief

Displays statistics information about routes in the IP routing table.

ipv4 {<IP4Net>| all}

Specifies an IPv4 network segment address to view the hardware route forwarding table information of a specific IPv4 network segment, or all to view the hardware route forwarding table information of all IPv4 network segment.

ipv6 {<IP6Net>| all}

Specifies an IPv6 network segment address to view the hardware route forwarding table information of a specific IPv6 network segment, or all to view the hardware route forwarding table information of all IPv6 network segment.


Usage Guidelines

When a VRF is specified, only the hardware route forwarding table information of the specific VRF is displayed.

When no VRF is specified, the result shows only the hardware route forwarding table information of the default VRF.


Example

admin@Xorplus# run show route forward-route ipv4 all
Destination       NextHopMac        Port    
---------------      -----------------       ---------
20.20.20.0/24    00:18:23:30:DD:53   connected
Total route count:1
admin@XorPlus# run show route forward-route ipv4 all
Ip routing is disable