Displaying routing information

You can display information about the routing configuration for each SVM on your cluster. This can help you diagnose routing problems involving connectivity issues between client applications or services and a LIF on a node in the cluster.

Steps

  1. Use the network route show command to display routes within one or more SVMs.
    Example

    The following example shows a route configured in the vs0 SVM:

    cluster-1::*> network route show
      (network route show)
    Vserver             Destination     Gateway         Metric
    ------------------- --------------- --------------- ------
    vs0
                        0.0.0.0/0       172.17.178.1    20
    
    
  2. Use the network route show-lifs command to display the association of routes and LIFs within one or more SVMs.
    Example

    The following example shows LIFs with routes owned by the vs0 SVM:

    cluster-1::*> network route show-lifs
      (network route show-lifs)
    
    Vserver: vs0
    Destination             Gateway                 Logical Interfaces
    ----------------------  --------------          --------------------
    0.0.0.0/0               172.17.178.1            cluster_mgmt,
                                                    LIF-b-01_mgmt1,
                                                    LIF-b-02_mgmt1
    
    
  3. Use the network route active-entry show command to display installed routes on one or more nodes, SVMs, subnets, or routes with specified destinations.
    Example

    The following example shows all installed routes on a specific SVM:

    cluster-1::*> network route active-entry show -vserver Data0
    
    Vserver: Data0
    Node: node-1
    Subnet Group: 0.0.0.0/0
    Destination             Gateway              Interface   Metric  Flags
    ----------------------  -------------------  ---------   ------  -----
    127.0.0.1               127.0.0.1            lo              10  UHS
    127.0.10.1              127.0.20.1           losk            10  UHS
    127.0.20.1              127.0.20.1           losk            10  UHS
    
    Vserver: Data0
    Node: node-1
    Subnet Group: fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::/64
    Destination             Gateway              Interface   Metric  Flags
    ----------------------  -------------------  ---------   ------  -----
    default                 fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::1
                                                 e0d             20  UGS
    fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::/64
                            link#4               e0d              0  UC
    
    Vserver: Data0
    Node: node-2
    Subnet Group: 0.0.0.0/0
    Destination             Gateway              Interface   Metric  Flags
    ----------------------  -------------------  ---------   ------  -----
    127.0.0.1               127.0.0.1            lo              10  UHS
    
    Vserver: Data0
    Node: node-2
    Subnet Group: 0.0.0.0/0
    Destination             Gateway              Interface   Metric  Flags
    ----------------------  -------------------  ---------   ------  -----
    127.0.10.1              127.0.20.1           losk            10  UHS
    127.0.20.1              127.0.20.1           losk            10  UHS
    
    Vserver: Data0
    Node: node-2
    Subnet Group: fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::/64
    Destination             Gateway              Interface   Metric  Flags
    ----------------------  -------------------  ---------   ------  -----
    default                 fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::1
                                                 e0d             20  UGS
    fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::/64
                            link#4               e0d              0  UC
    fd20:8b1e:b255:814e::1  link#4               e0d              0  UHL
    11 entries were displayed.