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Viewing Flows

There are 2 ways to view the flows... summary (the default) and details.  

show openflow flows [detail]

aragusa@mx960-1-re0> show openflow flows detail
Flow name: flow-65536
Table ID: 1     Flow ID: 65536
Priority: 32768   Idle timeout(in sec):0        Hard timeout(in sec): 0
Match: Input port: wildcard
       Ethernet src addr: wildcard
       Ethernet dst addr: wildcard
       Input vlan id: 65535             Input VLAN priority: wildcard
       Ether type: 0x88cc
       IP ToS: wildcard                 IP protocol: wildcard
       IP src addr: wildcard            IP dst addr: wildcard
       Source port: wildcard            Destination port: wildcard
Action: Output port 65533,

Flow name: flow-16842752
Table ID: 1     Flow ID: 16842752
Priority: 1       Idle timeout(in sec):0        Hard timeout(in sec): 0
Match: Input port: wildcard
       Ethernet src addr: wildcard
       Ethernet dst addr: wildcard
       Input vlan id: wildcard          Input VLAN priority: wildcard
       Ether type: wildcard
       IP ToS: wildcard                 IP protocol: wildcard
       IP src addr: wildcard            IP dst addr: wildcard
       Source port: wildcard            Destination port: wildcard
Action: Drop,

The entire flow is documented in the details list.  The flow ID is important for being able to get more details about a flow and should be noted.  Unfortunately there is no way to filter the flows to a specific interface on the Junipers.

* For more information on understanding openflow see the OpenFlow section of NOC DOC.  


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