View Routing Tab

View the detailed BGP peering status for an ION device.
  1. Navigate to the
    Activity
    Routing
    tab from the Prisma SD-WAN web interface.
  2. Select a single site.
    Search by site
    Name
    or
    Address
    ,
    Admin State (Mode)
    (Analytics or Control) or
    Site Type
    (Spoke or Hub).
  3. Click
    Done
    .
    BGP
    The routing information for the selected site displays the following:
    • Device
      —ION device name. Click to view the routing configuration of the device.
    • Peer IP
      —IP address of the BGP peer (WAN edge router, core router, or classic router).
    • Remote AS#
      —Remote AS number (defined on the WAN edge router or core router).
    • Local AS#
      —Prisma SD-WAN Data Center or Branch AS number.
    • Peer Type
      —Core router, WAN edge router, or classic router.
    • State
      —Information on BGP peer states.
      Status
      displays
      Uptime
      , indicating the time frame the peer is active and
      Downtime
      , indicating the time frame the peer is inactive, and the connection
      State
      of the BGP peer.
      Stats
      displays the statistics
      Sent
      and
      Received
      packets for each packet type. It also shows the number of prefixes accepted by the BGP peer, the dropped BGP connections, and established connections with the BGP peer.
    • Advertised Prefixes
      —Number of prefixes advertised to the BGP peers by the ION device. The data center ION advertises branch prefixes to classic and core peers but not the edge peers.
    • Reachable Prefixes
      —Number of prefixes that the ION device learns from the BGP peers, namely classic, core, or edge peer
    Multicast
    The multicast routing information for the selected site displays the following:
    • Device
      —ION device name. Click to view the routing configuration of the device.
    • Source
      —Displays the source address of multicast traffic in the network.
    • Group
      —Displays the multicast group address.
    • RP Address
      —Displays the address of the Rendezvous Point (RP) in the network.
    • Flags
      —Indicate multicast message information.
      • RP
        -Indicates Join/Prune messages propagated towards a shared RP tree.
      • WC
        -Indicates a Wild card entry (*, G).
      • SPT
        -Indicates Join/Prune messages propagated towards a source.
      • NEW
        -Indicates a new route entry.
      • CACHE
        -Indicates an entry cached in the kernel.
      • NULL
        -Indicates that information received should not be forwarded.
    • Incoming Interface
      —Indicates the interface on which multicast traffic is received.
    • Outgoing Interfaces
      —Indicates the interfaces on which multicast traffic needs to be replicated.

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