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FITAP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display rawip ipv6 statistics

display rawip ipv6 statistics

Function

The display rawip ipv6 statistics command displays Raw IPv6 packet statistics.

Format

display rawip ipv6 statistics

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the display rawip ipv6 statistics command to view Raw IPv6 packet statistics, including:

  • Statistics about received and sent Raw IPv6 packets

  • Statistics about discarded Raw IPv6 packets

Example

# Display Raw IPv6 packet statistics.

<Huawei> display rawip ipv6 statistics
 Received packets:
     total: 20
     packets sent for external pre processing: 0
     packets for which checksum has to be calculated: 0
     packets with invalid checksum : 0
     dropped packets due to socket buffer is full: 0
     dropped packets due to no matching socket: 20
     dropped multicast packets due to no matching socket: 0
 Sent packets:
     total (excluding ICMP6 packets): 0
Table 6-57  Description of the display rawip ipv6 statistics command output

Item

Description

total

Total number of received and sent packets.

packets sent for external pre processing

Number of received Raw IPv6 packets for external preprocessing.

packets for which checksum has to be calculated

Number of received Raw IPv6 packets for which checksum has been calculated.

packets with invalid checksum

Number of discarded Raw IPv6 packets with checksum errors.

dropped packets due to socket buffer is full

Number of Raw IPv6 packets that are discarded because the socket buffer is full.

dropped packets due to no matching socket

Number of discarded Raw IPv6 packets that do not match the receiving socket.

dropped multicast packets due to no matching socket

Number of discarded Raw IPv6 packets destined to a multicast address that do not match the receiving socket.

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Updated: 2019-05-14

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