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ME60 Troubleshooting Guide V2.0 (VRPv8)

This document provides the maintenance guide of the device, including daily maintenance, emergence maintenance, and typical troubleshooting.

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Commonly Used Commands for Maintenance

Commonly Used Commands for Maintenance

This chapter describes the commonly used commands during maintenance.

Table 2-5 shows the commonly used commands for maintenance.

Table 2-5 Commonly used commands for maintenance




Displays the information on the specified file or directory in the storage device of the router.

display alarm hardware

Displays board or subcard hardware alarm information.

display alarm all

Displays information about all active hardware alarms.

display device

Displays basic information about all installed devices, including power modules and fan modules.

display trapbuffer

Displays the information about trap messages in the trap buffer.

display alarm statistics

Displays the statistics of alarms.

display alarm information

Displays the detailed information of alarms.

display bgp peer

Displays BGP peer.

display cpu-usage

Displays the statistics of CPU usage.

display current-configuration

Displays the valid parameters of the router.

display device

Displays the basic information about the router.

display ftp-server

Displays the parameters of the FTP server in use.

display interface

Displays the running status and statistics of an interface.

display ip interface

Displays IP-related configurations and statistics of an interface such as the packets transceived, bytes, multicast packets, and broadcast packets received, sent and discarded.

display ip interface brief

Displays brief information about IP configurations of the interface, including the IP address, mask, the status of the physical link and the protocol, and the interface description.

display ip routing-table

Displays the brief information of IPv4 routing table.

display isis peer

Displays the IS-IS peer relationship.

display memory-usage

Displays the memory utilization statistics and the memory usage configuration.

display ospf brief

Displays the brief information of OSPF.

display ospf peer

Displays information about neighbors in each OSPF area.

display patch-information

Displays the status of the patch.

display power

Displays the status of power supply.

display saved-configuration

Displays the configuration files for next startup of the router.

display startup

Displays the system software and the configuration files related to the current and next startup.

display switchover state

Displays the backup status of the active/standby board.

display temperature

Displays the status of the slot temperature transducer.

display voltage

Displays the status of a voltage sensor in a specified slot.

display version

Displays the version of system software.


Displays IP network connection and whether the host is reachable.


Tests the gateways through which the packets pass from the host to the destination and checks the network connection to locate the faults.

Updated: 2019-11-20

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