Re: show routing route destination output

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Re: show routing route destination output

Hi,

Sorry I know this is an old thread but figured I'd ask here as my issue is the same...

I am interested in finding the specific route in the route table that will be used for a specific destination network lookup.  So I do "test routing fib-lookup ip 2.2.2.2 virtual-router default" command but the output only shows the interface that will be used in the route lookup...not the specific route that it will take.  i.e.:

admin@stocbfw01(active)> test routing fib-lookup ip 2.2.2.2 virtual-router default

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

runtime route lookup

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

virtual-router:   default

destination:      2.2.2.2

result:           interface ethernet1/1.236

In addition to virtual-router, destination, and result in the output, I was expecting to see the route entry that would be responsible for forwarding the packet.  Is there a way I can see this information via the "test routing" command?

Thanks,

- Dave


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Dave...The output of the 'test routing..' is not adjustable.  It would require a feature request to have the output produce more info.  As a suggestion, you can follow up with a 2nd command 'show routing...' to see which route(s) are tied to the interface:

admin@fw> show routing route | match ethernet1/1.236

Thanks.

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L6 Presenter

Dave...The output of the 'test routing..' is not adjustable.  It would require a feature request to have the output produce more info.  As a suggestion, you can follow up with a 2nd command 'show routing...' to see which route(s) are tied to the interface:

admin@fw> show routing route | match ethernet1/1.236

Thanks.

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L1 Bithead

This is definitely not ideal...it would be quite useful to have this feature implemented as it is especially helpful for troubleshooting situations.  But thanks for your answer just the same...

Regards,

- Dave

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