This command is used to display specific OSPF configuration information

Syntax   vrouter-ospf-interface-show

vrouter-name name-string

Displays the name of the vRouter.

Specify any of the following optional OSPF parameters:

nic vrouter interface nic

Displays the name of the vNIC.

nic-state down|up

Displays the vNIC state.

l3-port l3-port-number

Displays the Layer 3 port numbers.

ip ip-address

Displays the IP address of the interface.

netmask netmask

Displays the netmask of the IP address.

broadcast ip-address

Displays the broadcast IP address.

area ip-address

Displays the area ID for the interface in IPv4 format.

mtu mtu-number

Displays MTU for the interface.


Displays if MTU mismatch detection is configured.

router-id ip-address

Displays the router ID as an IP address.

network-type point-to-point|broadcast|loopback

Displays the OSPF network type.

state down|loopback|waiting|point-to-point|dr-other|backup|dr

Displays OSPF interface state.

dr-id ip-address

Displays the designated router ID.

dr-ip ip-address

Displays the designated router IP address.

bdr-id ip-address

Displays the backup designated router ID.

bdr-ip ip-address

Displays the designated router IP address.

priority priority-number

Displays the priority.

cost cost-number

Displays the cost.

hello hello-number(s)

Displays the hello-interval in seconds.

dead dead-number(s)

Displays the dead time in seconds.

retransmit retransmit-number(s)

Displays the retransmit interval time in seconds.

hello-due hello-due-string

Displays the hello due in.

neighbor neighbor-number

Displays the neighbor count.

adjacent adjacent-number

Displays the adjacent number count.

Defaults   None

Access   Network Administrator

History   Command introduced in Version 3.0.0.

Usage   Use this command to display statistics about a NAT configuration.

Examples  To display information about an OSPF interface, use the following syntax:

CLI network-admin@switch > vrouter-ospf-interface-show


This command is used to display OSPF neighbors for a vRouter configured for OSPF.

Syntax   vrouter-ospf-neighbor-show

vrouter-name name-string

Specifies the name of the vRouter.

neighbor ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the OSPF neighbor

pri pri-number

Specifies the priority.

state state-string

Specifies the current state of the OSPF neighbor.

dead-time dead-time

Specifies the dead-time. Dead-time is the interval of time that the vRouter waits before declaring a neighbor is down.

address ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the vRouter.

interface interface-string

Specifies the interface on the vRouter.

vlan vlan-id 

Specifies the VLAN ID.

l3-port l3-port-number

Specifies the Layer 3 port number.

Defaults   None.

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in nvOS Version 1.2.1.

Usage   Each fabric, cluster, standalone switch, or virtual network (VNET) can provide its tenants with a virtual router (vRouter) service that forwards traffic between networks and implements Layer 3 protocols. This command displays OSPF information for an existing Router service.

Examples  To display information about all OSPF neighbors on the network, use the following command:

CLI network-admin@switch > vrouter-ospf-neighbor-show layout vertical