Layer 3

l3-check-fix

Layer 3 entries can become unsynchronized between the software table and the hardware table. This is useful when routes are modified while the routes are updating on the network. Use this command to fix any unsynchronized Layer 3 table entries.

Syntax   l3-check-fix

vrid ID

Specifies the virtual router ID from 0 to 15.

ip ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the entry.

prelen length

Specifies the prefix length from 0 to 128.

vlan vlan-id

Specifies the VLAN ID.

mac mac-address

Specifies the MAC address.

fix-action none|add-host-to-hardware|remove-host-from-hardware| re-add-host-to-hardware|add-route-to-hardware|remove-route-from-hardware|
re-add-route-to-hardware| none-hardware-only-route|none-cached-route| FAILED-add-host-to-hardware|FAILED-
remove-host-from-hardware|FAILED-add-route-to-hardware|FAILED-remove-route-from-hardware

Specifies the action used to fix the entry.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in Version 2.5.

Usage   Use this command to fix Layer 3 entries that are out of synch in the Layer 3 table.

Examples  Use the following syntax to fix out of synch Layer 3 table entries.

CLI network-admin@switch > l3-check-fix