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NSX-T Command-Line Interface Reference

NSX-T 2.0.0

Table of Contents

About This Book
Intended Audience
VMware Technical Publications Glossary
Document Feedback

Introduction to the NSX-T CLI
Logging In and Out of the CLI
CLI Command Modes

NSX-T CLI Commands
activate control-cluster
backup node file <filename> [passphrase <passphrase>]
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clear auth-policy vidm enabled
clear banner
clear bfd-session local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
clear bfd-sessions stats
clear bgp neighbors
clear dataplane flow-cache stats
clear debug bgp
clear debug routing ipstrace
clear edge-cluster history state
clear hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled
clear high-availability channel local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
clear high-availability channels stats
clear high-availability history state
clear high-availability session local-service-id <service-id> peer-service-id <service-id> stats
clear high-availability sessions stats
clear interface <interface-name> ip
clear interface <interface-name> plane
clear lldp neighbors
clear lldp neighbors <interface-name>
clear lldp stats
clear lldp stats <interface-name>
clear logging-servers
clear logical-router <uuid> high-availability history state
clear management-plane
clear name-servers
clear physical-port <physical-port-name> stats
clear search-domains
clear service http redirect-host
clear service install-upgrade enabled
clear service snmp start-on-boot
clear service ssh start-on-boot
copy file <filename> url <url>
copy url <url> [file <filename>]
deactivate control-cluster [force]
del capture session <session-number>
del capture session <session-number>
del capture session <session-number>
del capture session <session-number> interface <interface-name>
del capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name>
del file <filename>
del gateway certificate <ip-address>
del gateway certificates
del gw-controller vm-certificate <vm-id>
del logging-server <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> proto <proto> level <level> [facility <facility>] [messageid <messageid>] [structured-data <structured-data>]
del name-server <ip-address>
del ntp-server <hostname-or-ip-address>
del route prefix <prefix> gateway <gateway-ip> [interface <interface-name>]
del search-domains <domain>
del ssh-known-host <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]>
del user <username> ssh-keys label <key-label> [password <password>]
detach control-cluster <ip-address[:port]>
detach controller <controller-node-uuid>
detach management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
detach management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
detach management-plane <ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
down
exit
get arp-table
get arp-table
get arp-table
get auth-policy api lockout-period
get auth-policy api lockout-reset-period
get auth-policy api max-auth-failures
get auth-policy cli lockout-period
get auth-policy cli max-auth-failures
get auth-policy minimum-password-length
get bfd-config
get bfd-session local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address>
get bfd-session local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
get bfd-sessions
get bfd-sessions [stats]
get bfd-sessions stats
get bgp
get bgp community { NO_EXPORT | NO_ADVERTISE | NO_EXPORT_SUBCONFED | AA:NN }
get bgp neighbor
get bgp neighbor <ip-address>
get bgp neighbor <ip-address> advertised-routes
get bgp neighbor <ip-address> routes
get bgp neighbor summary
get bond <bond name> [stats]
get bonds [stats]
get bridge <uuid>
get bridge <uuid> mac-table
get bridge <uuid> networks
get bridges
get cache-table [{config | l2} {local | remote}]
get capture session <session-number>
get capture session <session-number>
get capture sessions
get capture sessions
get certificate api
get certificate api thumbprint
get cgroup <uuid> [<translation-type>]
get cgroups
get cgroups with ip <ip-address>
get cgroups with mac <hardware-address>
get cgroups with vif <vif>
get cli-timeout
get clock
get config-entity <uuid>
get configuration
get control-channel ip <ip-address> connection
get control-channel ip <ip-address> connection-stats
get control-channel stats
get control-channel stats-sample
get control-cluster certificate thumbprint
get control-cluster status
get control-cluster status verbose
get controller sessions
get controllers
get cpu-stats
get current
get dataplane
get dataplane flow-cache config
get dataplane flow-cache stats
get dataplane flow-cache stats <lcore-list-all>
get dataplane perfstats <interval>
get dataplane stats
get debug routing dumptrace
get dhcp ip-pool <uuid>
get dhcp ip-pools
get dhcp ip-pools server-uuid <uuid>
get dhcp lease <string>
get dhcp lease <string> all
get dhcp leases
get dhcp leases all
get dhcp server <uuid> [status | sync]
get dhcp servers [status | sync]
get dhcp static-binding <uuid>
get dhcp static-bindings
get dhcp static-bindings server-uuid <uuid>
get domain-object <uuid>
get domain-objects <domain_object_type>
get domain-objects <objects_type_with_component_name> <component-name>
get edge-cluster history state
get edge-cluster status
get eula
get file <filename>
get file <filename> thumbprint
get files
get filesystem-stats
get firewall <uuid> addrset name <string>
get firewall <uuid> addrset sets
get firewall <uuid> connection
get firewall <uuid> connection count
get firewall <uuid> connection state
get firewall <uuid> interface stats
get firewall <uuid> ruleset [type <rule-type>] rules [<ruleset-detail>]
get firewall <uuid> ruleset [type <rule-type>] stats
get firewall <uuid> sync config
get firewall <uuid> sync stats
get firewall <uuid> timeouts
get firewall addrset name <uuid>
get firewall addrset sets
get firewall exclude
get firewall interfaces
get firewall interfaces sync
get firewall ipfix-containers
get firewall ipfix-filters
get firewall ipfix-profiles
get firewall ipfix-stats
get firewall ipfix-vifmap
get firewall rule-stats
get firewall rules
get forwarding
get forwarding [<prefix>]
get gateway certificate <ip-address>
get gateway certificates
get gateway connection status
get gw-controller arp-table
get gw-controller connections
get gw-controller vm-certificate <vm-id>
get gw-controller vm-certificates
get gw-controller vm-state
get gw-controller vm-state <vm-id>
get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control report [file <filename> [all]]
get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control status
get high-availability channel local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address>
get high-availability channel local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
get high-availability channels
get high-availability channels stats
get high-availability history state
get high-availability session local-service-id <service-id> peer-service-id <service-id>
get high-availability session local-service-id <service-id> peer-service-id <service-id> stats
get high-availability sessions
get high-availability sessions remote-ip <ip-address>
get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type>
get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> remote-ip <ip-address>
get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> stats
get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> sync complete
get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> sync in-progress
get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> sync summary
get high-availability sessions stats
get high-availability status
get host-switch <host-switch-name> dvport <dvport-id> ipfix setting
get host-switch <host-switch-name> dvport <dvport-id> mcast-filter
get host-switch <host-switch-name> dvport <dvport-id> mcast-filter <entry-mode> <entry-group>
get host-switch <host-switch-name> ipfix stats
get host-switch <host-switch-name> mcast-filter
get host-switch <host-switch-name> mirror-session <mirror-session-id>
get host-switch <host-switch-name> mirror-sessions
get host-switch <host-switch-name> uplink <uplink> ipfix setting
get host-switch vlan-table
get host-switches
get hostname
get hugepage
get hyperbus app-id <string> cif-config
get hyperbus cif-table
get hyperbus logical-switch-port <logical-switch-port-ID> cif-config
get hyperbus vif-id <vif-ID> lip
get hyperbus vif-lip-table
get interface <interface-name>
get interface <interface-name>
get interfaces
get interfaces
get interfaces
get interfaces stats
get lldp config
get lldp config <interface-name>
get lldp neighbors
get lldp neighbors <interface-name>
get lldp stats
get lldp stats <interface-name>
get log-file <filename>
get log-file <filename> follow
get logging-servers
get logical-router <uuid>
get logical-router <uuid>
get logical-router <uuid>
get logical-router <uuid>
get logical-router <uuid> arp stats
get logical-router <uuid> arp-table
get logical-router <uuid> arp-table
get logical-router <uuid> bfd-config
get logical-router <uuid> bfd-sessions [stats]
get logical-router <uuid> bgp
get logical-router <uuid> bgp community <bgp-community>
get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor
get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor <ip-address>
get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor <ip-address> advertised-routes
get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor <ip-address> routes
get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor summary
get logical-router <uuid> forwarding
get logical-router <uuid> forwarding [<prefix>]
get logical-router <uuid> high-availability history state
get logical-router <uuid> high-availability status
get logical-router <uuid> interface <interface-name>
get logical-router <uuid> interfaces
get logical-router <uuid> interfaces
get logical-router <uuid> interfaces
get logical-router <uuid> interfaces stats
get logical-router <uuid> neighbors
get logical-router <uuid> ports
get logical-router <uuid> route
get logical-router <uuid> route <prefix>
get logical-router <uuid> route [<prefix>]
get logical-router <uuid> route bgp [<prefix>]
get logical-router <uuid> route connected [<prefix>]
get logical-router <uuid> route nat [<prefix>]
get logical-router <uuid> route static [<prefix>]
get logical-router <uuid> routes
get logical-router <uuid> stats
get logical-router <uuid> stats
get logical-router <uuid> stats-sample
get logical-router arp-table
get logical-router interface <uuid>
get logical-router interface <uuid> arp-table
get logical-router interface <uuid> stats
get logical-router interfaces
get logical-router interfaces stats
get logical-routers
get logical-routers
get logical-routers
get logical-routers
get logical-routers
get logical-routers stats
get logical-routers stats
get logical-routers stats-sample
get logical-service binding <uuid>
get logical-service bindings
get logical-service port <uuid> [stats]
get logical-service ports [stats]
get logical-service state <uuid>
get logical-service states
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id>
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id>
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> arp-table
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> arp-table
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> mac-table
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> mac-table
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> ports
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> vtep
get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> vtep-table
get logical-switch <uuid>
get logical-switch <uuid> mac-address-table
get logical-switch <uuid> ports
get logical-switch <uuid> ports
get logical-switch <uuid> ports stats
get logical-switch <uuid> tunnel-ports
get logical-switch <uuid> vtep-table
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid>
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> arp-table
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> mac-table
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> stats
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> stats-sample
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> transport-node-table
get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> vtep
get logical-switch port <uuid>
get logical-switch port <uuid> stats
get logical-switch ports
get logical-switch ports stats
get logical-switch {local | remote} {mac-cache | arp-cache | vtep-cache} <vni>
get logical-switch-port <uuid>
get logical-switch-port status
get logical-switches
get logical-switches
get logical-switches
get logical-switches
get logical-switches
get logical-switches stats
get logical-switches stats-sample
get maintenance-mode
get management-cluster status
get managers
get mdproxy server <uuid>
get mdproxy servers
get memory-stats
get mirror-session <mirror-session-id>
get mirror-sessions
get name-servers
get netcpa maintenance-mode
get network-stats
get node-uuid
get node-uuid
get nodes
get ntp-server associations
get ntp-servers
get parent
get path
get physical-port <physical-port-name>
get physical-port <physical-port-name> stats
get physical-port <physical-port-name> stats verbose
get physical-ports
get processes
get processes monitor
get processes monitor
get publication <uuid>
get publication dump <filename>
get publications with transport-node <uuid>
get route [<prefix>]
get route bgp [<prefix>]
get route connected [<prefix>]
get route nat [<prefix>]
get route prefix <prefix>
get route static [<prefix>]
get routes
get routing-domain <uuid>
get routing-domain <uuid>
get routing-domain <uuid> vtep
get routing-domains
get routing-domains
get routing-domains
get search-domains
get service <service-name>
get service cluster-mgmt logging-level
get service controller logging-config
get service controller logging-config logging-level <level>
get service controller logging-config name <string>
get service controller logging-config pattern <string>
get service controller logging-level
get service dataplane logging-level
get service dhcp logging-level
get service edge-mgmt logging-level
get service local-controller logging-level
get service local-controller state
get service nsx-control-plane-agent status
get service router config
get service router config redist
get service router config route-maps
get services
get sockets
get sockets
get stats
get stats
get support-bundle [file <filename> [all]]
get topology
get transport-node <uuid> arp-table
get transport-node <uuid> mac-table
get transport-node <uuid> routing-domain
get transport-node <uuid> routing-vtep
get transport-node <uuid> status
get transport-node <uuid> vifs
get transport-node <uuid> vtep
get transport-nodes status
get tunnel-port <uuid>
get tunnel-port <uuid> stats
get tunnel-ports
get tunnel-ports stats
get upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook <playbook-file>
get upgrade-bundle playbooks
get uptime
get user <username> ssh-keys
get version
get version
get vif <vif>
get vif <vif>
get vm-network-mode
get vswitch runtime
get vteps
help
initialize control-cluster
join control-cluster <ip-address[:port]> [thumbprint <thumbprint>]
join management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> thumbprint <thumbprint> token <token> [node-uuid <uuid>]
join management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
join management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
join management-plane <ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
join management-plane <ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>] [interface-name <interface-name>]
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nslookup <hostname>
nslookup <hostname>
on <registered-node-uuid> exec [<command>]
path <uuid> <ip-address>
ping <hostname-or-ip-address>
ping <hostname-or-ip-address> [repeat <number>]
ping <hostname-or-ip-address> [repeat <number>] [size <number>] [source <hostname-or-ip-address>] [dfbit <enable>]
ping <hostname-or-ip-address> [repeat <number>] [size <number>] [source <hostname-or-ip-address>] [dfbit <enable>] [vrfid <vrf-id>]
reboot [force]
reset dataplane corelist
reset dataplane hugepage
reset management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
restart service <service-name>
restore node file <filename> [passphrase <passphrase>]
resume upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook
rollback upgrade-bundle <bundle-name>
set auth-policy api lockout-period <lockout-period>
set auth-policy api lockout-reset-period <lockout-reset-period>
set auth-policy api max-auth-failures <auth-failures>
set auth-policy cli lockout-period <lockout-period>
set auth-policy cli max-auth-failures <auth-failures>
set auth-policy minimum-password-length <password-length>
set auth-policy vidm enabled
set auth-policy vidm hostname <hostname-or-ip-address> thumbprint <thumbprint> client-id <vidm-client-id> client-secret <vidm-client-secret> node-hostname <hostname-or-ip-address>
set banner
set capture session <session-number>
set capture session <session-number>
set capture session <session-number> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>]
set capture session <session-number> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>]
set capture session <session-number> direction <direction>
set capture session <session-number> interface <interface-name> direction <direction>
set capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name> direction <direction>
set cli-timeout <timeout>
set control-cluster security <on|off>
set control-cluster security-model shared-secret [secret <shared-secret> [force]]
set dataplane flow-cache <enabled>
set dataplane flow-cache-size <flow-cache-size>
set dataplane packet-queue-limit <number>
set dataplane ring-size rx <ring-size>
set dataplane ring-size tx <ring-size>
set debug bgp
set debug routing ipstrace
set eula accepted
set firewall <uuid> local-ip <ip-address> sync-peer <uuid> sync-peer-ip <ip-address>
set firewall <uuid> sync-rank <sync-rank> sync-mode <sync-mode>
set gw-controller vm-log-forwarding <enabled>
set gw-controller vm-log-forwarding <enabled> <vm-id>
set hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled
set host-switch <host-switch-name> mcast-filter <mcast-filter-mode>
set hostname <hostname>
set hugepage-reserve auto
set hugepage-reserve size <hugepage-size>
set interface <interface-name> [ip <prefix> [gateway <gateway-ip>] | dhcp] plane <plane>
set interface <interface-name> dhcp
set interface <interface-name> dhcp plane <plane> mode <mode> members <members> primary <primary>
set interface <interface-name> ip <prefix> [gateway <gateway-ip>]
set interface <interface-name> ip <prefix> gateway <gateway-ip> plane <plane> mode <mode> members <members> primary <primary>
set logging-server <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> proto <proto> level <level> [facility <facility>] [messageid <messageid>] [certificate <filename>] [structured-data <structured-data>]
set maintenance-mode <enabled>
set name-servers <ip-address>
set netcpa maintenance-mode <maintenance-mode>
set ntp-server <hostname-or-ip-address>
set route prefix <prefix> gateway <gateway-ip> [interface <interface-name>]
set search-domains <domain>
set service cluster-mgmt logging-level <level>
set service controller logging-level <level>
set service controller logging-level name <string> <level>
set service controller logging-level pattern <string> <level>
set service dataplane logging-level <level>
set service dhcp logging-level <level>
set service edge-mgmt logging-level <level>
set service http connection-timeout <http-conn-timeout>
set service http redirect-host <hostname-or-ip-address>
set service http session-timeout <http-session-timeout>
set service install-upgrade enabled
set service keymanager logging-level <level>
set service local-controller logging-level <level>
set service manager logging-level <level>
set service router logging-level <level>
set service routing-config logging-level <level>
set service snmp start-on-boot
set service ssh start-on-boot
set snmp community <community-string>
set timezone <timezone>
set user <username> [password <password> [old-password <old-password>]]
set user <username> ssh-keys label <key-label> type <key-type> value <key-value> [password <password>]
set user <username> username <new-username>
set vswitch runtime <option-name> <option-value>
shutdown [force]
start capture interface <interface-name> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>]
start firewall <uuid> bulk-sync
start service <service-name>
start upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook <playbook-file>
stop firewall <uuid> bulk-sync
stop service <service-name>
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traceflow <port-uuid-name> <base64-string>
traceroute <hostname-or-ip-address>
traceroute <ip-address> [source <ip-address>] [maxttl <number>]
traceroute <ip-address> [source <ip-address>] [maxttl <number>] [vrfid <vrf-id>]
up
verify upgrade-bundle <bundle-name>
vrf <uuid-vrfid>

About This Book

The NSX-T Command-Line Interface Reference describes how to use the NSX-T Command-Line Interface (CLI) and includes examples and command overviews.

Intended Audience

The information in this guide is written for experienced systems and network administrators who are familiar with virtual machine technology and virtual datacenter operations.

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Introduction to the NSX-T CLI

Each NSX-T virtual appliance contains a command-line interface (CLI). The command syntax and output format of NSX-T commands are not guaranteed to be the same from release to release. If you are automating tasks, please use the API. See the NSX-T API Guide for details.

Logging In and Out of the CLI

Before you can run CLI commands, you must connect to an NSX-T virtual appliance. You can connect to the console or through SSH.

If you did not enable SSH while installing the appliance, you can use the set service ssh start-on-boot command to enable the SSH service.

To log out, type exit from Basic mode.

CLI Command Modes

The commands available to you at any given time depend on the mode you are currently in.

  • Basic. Basic mode provides commands to manage and view the status of the NSX-T appliance.

  • VRF. VRF mode, available on NSX Edge appliances, provides commands to view properties of a VRF (Virtual Routing and Forwarding) context.

  • Tier0_sr. Tier0_sr mode, available on NSX Edge appliances, provides commands to view properties of a tier 0 service router VRF (Virtual Routing and Forwarding) context.

  • Tier1_sr. Tier0_sr mode, available on NSX Edge appliances, provides commands to view properties of a tier 1 service router VRF (Virtual Routing and Forwarding) context.

  • Path. Path mode, available on NSX Edge appliances, provides commands to view properties of the logical router interfaces and logical switch ports in the path between a logical router interface and an IP address.
  • NSX-T CLI Commands

    activate control-cluster
    Activate clustering services on this controller. Run the activate control-cluster command after the controller has joined the cluster.
    Example
    nsx-controller-2> activate control-cluster Control cluster activation successful.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    backup node file <filename> [passphrase <passphrase>]
    Create a backup of an NSX KeyManager node.

    If you do not provide a passphrase on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one. The passphrase is used to encrypt the backup. If you forget the passphrase, you will not be able to restore the backup.

    Important: This backup command is one part of the backup process. You must complete all backup and restore tasks in the correct order. See the NSX-T Administration Guide for information and instructions about performing backups and restores.

    Option Description
    <filename> Filename argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    <passphrase> Backup passphrase
    Example
    nsx-keymanager-1> backup node file backup-node-timestamp.tar.gz Passphrase: nsx-keymanager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Key Manager

    bottom
    Move to the bottom of the path. The arrow moves to show which interface is current.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> bottom interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 ->port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear auth-policy vidm enabled
    Clear the vidm service's enabled property.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> clear auth-policy vidm enabled nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    clear banner
    Clear the security banner or message of the day. The banner is reset to the system default banner.
    Example
    nsx> clear banner nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear bfd-session local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
    Clear the statistics for the specified BFD session
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear bfd-session local-ip 192.168.250.60 remote-ip 192.168.250.61 stats nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear bfd-sessions stats
    Clear the statistics for all BFD sessions.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear bfd-session stats nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear bgp neighbors
    Reset all BGP neighbor connections.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> clear bgp neighbors nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear dataplane flow-cache stats
    Clear flow cache statistics for all fastpath cores.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear dataplane flow-cache stats nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear debug bgp
    Turn off BGP debugging.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> clear debug bgp nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear debug routing ipstrace
    Turn off IPS tracing.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> clear debug routing ipstrace nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear edge-cluster history state
    Clear the Edge cluster state history.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear edge-cluster history state nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled
    This command disables mandatory access control on the node. Usage for the command is clear hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled Mandatory Access Control is disabled.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear high-availability channel local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
    Clear statistics for the specified high-availability channel
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear high-availability channel local-ip 30.0.246.232 remote-ip 30.0.29.0 stats
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear high-availability channels stats
    Clear statistics for all high-availability channels.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear high-availability channels stats
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear high-availability history state
    Clear the high availability state history for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier1_sr)> clear high-availability history state nsx-edge-1(tier1_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear high-availability session local-service-id <service-id> peer-service-id <service-id> stats
    Clear statistics for the specified high-availability session
    Option Description
    <service-id> Service id (0-65535)
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear high-availability session local-service-id 101 peer-service-id 101 stats
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear high-availability sessions stats
    Clear statistics for all high-availability sessions.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear high-availability sessions stats
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear interface <interface-name> ip
    Remove all network configuration from the specified interface.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> clear interface eth0 ip nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear interface <interface-name> plane
    Clear the network interface plane configuration.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> clear interface eth0 plane nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear lldp neighbors
    Deletes LLDP Neighbor information on all devices.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear lldp neighbors
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear lldp neighbors <interface-name>
    Deletes LLDP Neighbor information on given device.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> LLDP interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear lldp neighbors eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear lldp stats
    Deletes LLDP Statistics on all devices.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear lldp stats
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear lldp stats <interface-name>
    Deletes LLDP Statistics on given device.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> LLDP interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear lldp stats eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear logging-servers
    Clear all logging server configuration.
    Example
    nsx> clear logging-servers nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear logical-router <uuid> high-availability history state
    Clear the high availability state history for the specified logical router. Only service routers have a high availability status. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 high-availability history state nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear management-plane
    Destroy NSX environment on this host without removing its transport node from management plane.
    Example
    host-1> clear management-plane host-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    clear name-servers
    Clear all name servers from the DNS configuration.
    Example
    nsx> clear name-servers nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear physical-port <physical-port-name> stats
    Clear statistics for the specified physical port.
    Option Description
    <physical-port-name> Datapath String argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> clear physical-port fp-eth2 stats nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear search-domains
    Remove all domain names from the DNS search list.
    Example
    nsx> clear search-domains nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear service http redirect-host
    Clear the HTTP service redirect host.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> clear service http redirect-host nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    clear service install-upgrade enabled
    Clear the install-upgrade service's enabled property.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> clear service install-upgrade enabled nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    clear service snmp start-on-boot
    Configure the snmp service to not start on boot.
    Example
    nsx> clear service snmp start-on-boot nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    clear service ssh start-on-boot
    Configure the SSH service to not start on boot.
    Example
    nsx> clear service ssh start-on-boot nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    copy file <filename> url <url>
    Copy a local file to a remote destination.
    Option Description
    <filename> Existing file argument
    <url> Remote file url (e.g. scp://username@ip_address/filepath/filename)
    Example
    nsx> copy file support-bundle-0.tgz url scp://admin@192.168.210.200/home/admin/ admin@192.168.210.200's password: nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    copy url <url> [file <filename>]
    Copy a remote file to the local file store. If no destination file is specified, the copied file has the same file name as the source file. You can use the file argument to specify a different destination file name.
    Option Description
    <url> Remote file url (e.g. scp://username@ip_address/filepath/filename)
    <filename> Filename argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    Example
    nsx> copy url scp://admin@192.168.210.200/home/admin/file-0.txt admin@192.168.210.200's password: nsx> or nsx> copy url scp://admin@192.168.210.200/home/admin/file-1.txt file newfile-1.txt admin@192.168.210.200's password: nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    deactivate control-cluster [force]
    Deactivate clustering services on this controller. Run the deactivate control-cluster command after the controller has been detached from the cluster.
    Example
    nsx-controller-2> deactivate control-cluster force Control cluster deactivation successful.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    del capture session <session-number>
    Delete a packet capture session configuration.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    kvm-1> del capture session 1 kvm-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    del capture session <session-number>
    Delete a packet capture session configuration.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> del capture session 1 nsx-edge-1(path)>
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    del capture session <session-number>
    Delete a packet capture session configuration.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> del capture session 1 nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    del capture session <session-number> interface <interface-name>
    Delete the specified interface from a packet capture session configuration. If you are only monitoring one interface, this deletes the monitoring session configuration.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    Example
    kvm-1> del capture session 1 interface b592a7c8-4e21-493e-b0fc-0b1d152c949c kvm-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    del capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name>
    Delete the specified interface from a packet capture session configuration. If you are only monitoring one interface, this deletes the monitoring session configuration.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <port-uuid-name> Datapath String argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> del capture session 1 interface fp-eth1 nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    del file <filename>
    Delete a local file.
    Option Description
    <filename> Existing file argument
    Example
    nsx> del file support-bundle-0.tgz nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del gateway certificate <ip-address>
    Delete the host's public cloud gateway certificate
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    host-1> del gateway certificate 13.14.41.34
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    del gateway certificates
    Delete all the host's public cloud gateway certificates
    Example
    host-1> del gateway certificates
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    del gw-controller vm-certificate <vm-id>
    Remove public cloud VM certificate
    Option Description
    <vm-id> VM ID
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    del logging-server <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> proto <proto> level <level> [facility <facility>] [messageid <messageid>] [structured-data <structured-data>]
    Delete the specified logging server configuration. You can use the get logging-servers command to display the current logging server configuration.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> A hostname or IP address with optional port delimited by a colon
    <proto> Logging server protocol
    Allowed values: tcp, udp, tls, li, li-tls
    <level> Level of log entries to export
    Allowed values: emerg, alert, crit, err, warning, notice, info, debug
    <facility> Comma delimited list of facilities of log entries to export
    <messageid> Comma delimited list of MSGIDs of log entries to export
    <structured-data> Structured data of log entries to export
    Allowed pattern: ^(comp|subcomp|security|audit|reqId|ereqId|entId|errorCode)=.+$
    Example
    nsx> del logging-server 192.168.110.60 proto udp level info facility syslog messageid SYSTEM,FABRIC structured-data audit=true nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del name-server <ip-address>
    Delete the specified name server from the DNS configuration.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Name server IP address argument
    Example
    nsx> del name-server 192.168.110.11 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del ntp-server <hostname-or-ip-address>
    Remove an existing NTP server.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> del ntp-server 172.31.32.2 nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del route prefix <prefix> gateway <gateway-ip> [interface <interface-name>]
    Delete the specified network route.
    Option Description
    <prefix> CIDR notation argument
    <gateway-ip> Gateway IP address argument
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    Example
    nsx> del route prefix 10.10.10.0/24 gateway 192.168.110.1 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del search-domains <domain>
    Delete the specified domain name from the DNS search list.
    Option Description
    <domain> Search domain argument
    Example
    nsx> del search-domains eng.example.com nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del ssh-known-host <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]>
    Delete the specified host entry from the SSH known hosts file.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> A hostname or IP address with optional port delimited by a colon
    Example
    nsx> del ssh-known-host 192.168.110.105 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    del user <username> ssh-keys label <key-label> [password <password>]
    Delete any SSH key with specified label from specified user's authorized_keys file. If password is not provided in the command then you are prompted to enter it. Password is required only for users root and admin.
    Option Description
    <username> Username of user
    <key-label> Unique label for SSH key
    <password> Password of user
    Example
    nsx> del user admin ssh-keys label user1@domain1 password Pa$$w0rd nsx> or nsx> del user admin ssh-keys label user1@domain1 Password (required only for users root and admin): nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    detach control-cluster <ip-address[:port]>
    Detach the specified controller from the controller cluster. Run the detach control-cluster command from a controller that will remain in the cluster, not from the controller you intend to detach.
    Option Description
    <ip-address[:port]> IP address of an NSX Controller and optional port
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> detach control-cluster nsx-controller-2 Successfully detached node from the control cluster.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    detach controller <controller-node-uuid>
    Detach the specified controller from the management cluster. The controller must also be removed from the control cluster by logging into the controller CLI and running the detach control-cluster command on a node other than the one being detached.
    Option Description
    <controller-node-uuid> UUID of a controller node
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> detach controller cebd518a-b2c5-4b56-8f68-52455284c7eb The detach operation completed successfully nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    detach management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Detach this hypervisor host from the management plane. You can specify any NSX Manager in the management cluster in this command.

    Use the API username and password for the specified NSX Manager. If you do not provide a password on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one.

    Get the NSX Manager thumbprint by running the get certificate api thumbprint command on the specified NSX Manager.

    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> Hostname or IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    host-1> detach management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint 898b75618e3e56615d53f987a720ff22b6381f4b85bec1eb973214ff7361f8b8 Password for API user: Node successfully removed
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    detach management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Detach this Edge from the management plane.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> Hostname or IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    nsx-edge> detach management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint 7f1374c339b592da504b352857a0bdc4e77b9b998a9971f9335633210f667c97 Password for API user: Node successfully deregistered
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    detach management-plane <ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Detach this keymanager from the management plane. You can specify any NSX Manager in the management cluster in this command.

    Use the API username and password for the specified NSX Manager. If you do not provide a password on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one.

    Get the NSX Manager thumbprint by running the get certificate api thumbprint command on the specified NSX Manager.

    Option Description
    <ip-address[:port]> IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    nsx-keymanager-1> detach management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint fef089bbfbd2e10da6ee08c7ff4a95da1368587abfd2c6db59c8db540bc43e58 Password for API user: Node successfully unregistered and keymanager service stopped
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Key Manager

    down
    Move down the path. The arrow moves to show which interface is current.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get path interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 ->port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab nsx-edge-1(path)> down interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db ->interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    exit
    Exit the VRF context mode if you are in it. Otherwise, exit the CLI.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> vrf 1 nsx-edge-1(tier1_sr)> exit nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, ESXi, KVM, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get arp-table
    Display the ARP table.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get arp-table Protocol Address Hardware Addr Type Interface Internet 192.168.110.201 00:50:56:a9:8a:8c ether eth0 Internet 192.168.110.101 00:50:56:a9:45:29 ether eth0 Internet 192.168.110.1 68:ef:bd:4e:98:7f ether eth0 Internet 192.168.110.10 00:50:56:a6:e0:14 ether eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get arp-table
    Display the ARP table.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get arp-table Protocol Address Hardware Addr Type Interface Internet 192.168.110.201 00:50:56:a9:8a:8c ether eth0 Internet 192.168.110.101 00:50:56:a9:45:29 ether eth0 Internet 192.168.110.1 68:ef:bd:4e:98:7f ether eth0 Internet 192.168.110.10 00:50:56:a6:e0:14 ether eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Key Manager, Manager

    get arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(vrf)> get context arp-table Logical Router UUID : d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 VRF : 6 LR-ID : 6 name : R3 type : DISTRIBUTED_ROUTER arp interface : c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae IP : 172.16.130.13 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:3e:0b state : perm interface : f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b IP : 169.0.0.2 MAC : 02:50:56:00:00:05 state : reach timeout : 429 interface : be290c92-74ed-437c-bbf1-dd78673b6a5a IP : 172.16.120.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:15:e5 state : reach timeout : 482 interface : 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 IP : 172.16.110.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:91:12 state : perm
    Mode
    VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get auth-policy api lockout-period
    Get the amount of time, in seconds, that an account will remain locked out of the API after exceeding the maximum number of failed authentication attempts.
    Example
    nsx> get auth-policy api lockout-period 900 seconds
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get auth-policy api lockout-reset-period
    In order to trigger an account lockout, all authentication failures must occur in this time window. If the reset period exprires, the failed login count is reset to zero.
    Example
    nsx> get auth-policy api lockout-period 300 seconds
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get auth-policy api max-auth-failures
    Get the number of failed API authentication attempts that are allowed before the account is locked. If set to 0, account lockout is disabled.
    Example
    nsx> get auth-policy api max-auth-failures 5
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get auth-policy cli lockout-period
    Get the amount of time, in seconds, that an account will remain locked out of the CLI after exceeding the maximum number of failed authentication attempts.
    Example
    nsx> get auth-policy cli lockout-period 900 seconds
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get auth-policy cli max-auth-failures
    Get the number of failed CLI authentication attempts that are allowed before the account is locked. If set to 0, account lockout is disabled.
    Example
    nsx> get auth-policy cli max-auth-failures 3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get auth-policy minimum-password-length
    Get the minimum number of characters that passwords must have.
    Example
    nsx> get auth-policy minimum-password-length 8 characters
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bfd-config
    Display parameters defined in global logical router BFD
    Example
    nsx-edge(tier0_sr)> get bfd-config Logical Router UUID : d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 vrf : 6 lr-id : 6 name : type : SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 BFD global configuration Enabled : True Min RX Interval: 1000 Min TX Interval: 1000 Min RX TTL : 255 Multiplier : 3 Port : 4451c48f-8cff-4444-8e10-bff403783dca BFD session configuration Source : 192.168.50.1 Peer : 192.168.50.10 Enabled : True Min RX Interval: 1000 Min TX Interval: 1000 RX TTL : 255 Multiplier : 3 Source : 192.168.50.1 Peer : 192.168.50.20 Enabled : True Min RX Interval: 3000 Min TX Interval: 3000 RX TTL : 255 Multiplier : 5
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bfd-session local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address>
    Display information about the specified BFD session.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get bfd-session local-ip 192.168.250.60 remote-ip 192.168.250.61 BFD Session Diag : Control Detection Time Expired(from local) Forwarding : last true (current true) Last_down_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:47 Last_up_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:52 Local_address : 192.168.250.60 Remote_address : 192.168.250.61 Remote_diag : No Diagnostic Remote_state : up Rx_cfg_min : 500 Rx_interval : 500 State : up Tx_cfg_min : 100 Tx_interval : 500
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bfd-session local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
    Display statistics for the specified BFD session.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get bfd-session local-ip 192.168.250.60 remote-ip 192.168.250.61 stats BFD Session Admin_down_count : 0 Cpath_down_count : 0 Down_count : 1 Local_address : 192.168.250.60 Remote_address : 192.168.250.61 Rx_drop : 0 Rx_drop_admin_down : 0 Rx_drop_auth_set : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_intf_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_multipoint_set: 0 Rx_drop_null_my_disc : 0 Rx_drop_null_your_disc: 0 Rx_drop_pkt_len_unmatch: 0 Rx_drop_pkt_too_short: 0 Rx_drop_rx_ttl_small : 0 Rx_drop_your_disc_unmatch: 0 Rx_drop_zero_multipier: 0 Rx_packets : 44993 Tx_error : 0 Tx_packets : 49249 Up_count : 2
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bfd-sessions
    Display information about BFD sessions.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get bfd-sessions BFD Session Diag : Control Detection Time Expired(from local) Forwarding : last true (current true) Last_down_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:47 Last_up_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:52 Local_address : 192.168.250.60 Remote_address : 192.168.250.62 Remote_diag : No Diagnostic Remote_state : up Rx_cfg_min : 500 Rx_interval : 500 State : up Tx_cfg_min : 100 Tx_interval : 500 BFD Session Diag : Control Detection Time Expired(from local) Forwarding : last true (current true) Last_down_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:47 Last_up_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:52 Local_address : 192.168.250.60 Remote_address : 192.168.250.61 Remote_diag : No Diagnostic Remote_state : up Rx_cfg_min : 500 Rx_interval : 500 State : up Tx_cfg_min : 100 Tx_interval : 500
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bfd-sessions [stats]
    Display BFD sessions in a logical router
    Example
    nsx-edge(tier0_sr)> get bfd-sessions BFD Session Dest_port : 3784 Diag : No Diagnostic Encap : vlan Forwarding : last false (current false) Interface : 4451c48f-8cff-4444-8e10-bff403783dca Last_cp_diag : No Diagnostic Last_cp_rmt_diag : No Diagnostic Last_cp_rmt_state : admin_down Last_cp_state : admin_down Last_fwd_state : NONE Local_address : 192.168.50.1 Local_discr : 2830404107 Min_rx_ttl : 255 Multiplier : 5 Prev_failure_diag : No Diagnostic Received_remote_diag : No Diagnostic Received_remote_state : down Remote_address : 192.168.50.20 Remote_admin_down : false Remote_diag : No Diagnostic Remote_discr : 0 Remote_min_rx_interval : 0 Remote_min_tx_interval : 0 Remote_multiplier : 0 Remote_state : down Rx_cfg_min : 3000 Rx_interval : 3000 Session_type : LR_PORT State : down Tx_cfg_min : 3000 Tx_interval : 3000 . . .
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bfd-sessions stats
    Display the BFD sessions statistics.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get bfd-sessions stats BFD Global Counters Bfd_sessions_count : 2 Last_notify_time : 2016-02-09 22:38:52 Last_nsxa_msg_receive_time: 2016-02-09 22:38:52 Nsxa_connect_count : 1 Nsxa_disconnect_count: 0 Nsxa_err_msg_receive_count: 0 Nsxa_msg_receive_count: 166085 Nsxa_notify_count : 107287 Rx_drop_bad_csum : 0 Rx_drop_count : 32 Rx_drop_intf_type : 0 Rx_drop_ip_mismatch : 0 Rx_drop_non_bfd : 0 Rx_drop_non_udp : 0 Rx_drop_null_bfd_session: 32 Rx_drop_null_intf : 0 Rx_drop_runt_pkt : 0 Rx_drop_udp_len : 0 BFD Session Admin_down_count : 0 Cpath_down_count : 0 Down_count : 1 Local_address : 192.168.250.60 Remote_address : 192.168.250.62 Rx_drop : 0 Rx_drop_admin_down : 0 Rx_drop_auth_set : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_intf_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_multipoint_set: 0 Rx_drop_null_my_disc : 0 Rx_drop_null_your_disc: 0 Rx_drop_pkt_len_unmatch: 0 Rx_drop_pkt_too_short: 0 Rx_drop_rx_ttl_small : 0 Rx_drop_your_disc_unmatch: 0 Rx_drop_zero_multipier: 0 Rx_packets : 44754 Tx_error : 0 Tx_packets : 48989 Up_count : 2 . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp
    Display all BGP learned routes.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf MED AS Path * 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 ! * 10.10.10.0/24 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 I * 172.16.110.0/24 169.0.0.1 100 0 ! * 172.16.120.0/24 169.0.0.1 100 0 ! * 172.16.130.0/24 169.0.0.1 100 0 !
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp community { NO_EXPORT | NO_ADVERTISE | NO_EXPORT_SUBCONFED | AA:NN }
    Display all BGP NLRI matching the community.
    Option Description
    <bgp-community> BGP community argument, either NO_EXPORT, NO_ADVERTISE, NO_EXPORT_SUBCONFED or community in AA:NN format
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp community 100:28 Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf Weight MED AS Path * 28.28.28.0/24 192.168.10.3 100 0 0 101 I
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp neighbor
    Display all BGP neighbor information.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp neighbor BGP neighbor: 192.168.100.253 Remote AS: 64521 BGP state: Established, Up BFD state: Up Hold Time: 3s Keepalive Interval: 1s Capabilities: 4Byte ASN: advertised and received Route Refresh: advertised and received Graceful Restart: none Restart Remaining Time: 0 Address Family: IPv4 Unicast:advertised and received Messages: 6011 received, 6009 sent Minimum time between advertisements: 30s (default) 1 Connections established, 1 dropped Local host: 192.168.100.103, Local port: 52202 Remote host: 192.168.100.253, Remote port: 179 Route Refresh: 0 received, 0 sent For Address Family IPv4 Unicast:advertised and received Prefixes: 2 received, 3 sent, 3 advertised
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp neighbor <ip-address>
    Display information about the specified BGP neighbor.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp neighbor 192.168.10.12 BGP neighbor: 192.168.10.12 Remote AS: 101 BGP state: Active, Up BFD state: Init Hold Time: 0s Keepalive Interval: 0s Capabilities: 4Byte ASN: None Route Refresh: None Graceful Restart: None Restart Remaining Time: 0 Address Family: None Messages: 0 received, 0 sent Minimum time between advertisements: 30s (default) 0 Connections established, 2 dropped Local host: 0.0.0.0, Local port: 0 Remote host: 192.168.10.12, Remote port: 0 Route Refresh: 0 received, 0 sent
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp neighbor <ip-address> advertised-routes
    Display routes advertised to the specified BGP neighbor.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp neighbor 192.168.100.253 advertised-routes Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf MED AS Path 172.16.110.0/24 192.168.100.103 0 0 64520 ! 172.16.120.0/24 192.168.100.103 0 0 64520 ! 172.16.130.0/24 192.168.100.103 0 0 64520 !
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp neighbor <ip-address> routes
    Display routes learned from the specified BGP neighbor.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp neighbor 192.168.100.253 routes Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf MED AS Path * 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 ! * 10.10.10.0/24 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 I
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bgp neighbor summary
    Display summarized BGP neighbor information.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get bgp neighbor summary BFD States: NC - Not configured, AC - Activating, DC - Disconnected AD - Admin down, DW - Down, IN - Init, UP - Up BGP summary information for VRF default Router ID: 192.168.10.2 Local AS: 100 Neighbor AS State Up/DownTime BFD InMsgs OutMsgs InPfx OutPfx 192.168.10.11 101 Establ 0d1h6m1s UP 680 778 9 3 192.168.10.12 101 Active 0d0h0m0s IN 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bond <bond name> [stats]
    Display the bond interface with the specified name. Specify the stats argument to display the statistics for the interface.
    Option Description
    <bond-name> Datapath device name argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get bond bond0 Bond Hash algorithm : layer 2+3+4 Mode : lacp active Name : bond0 Port id : 2 Slaves : Name : fp-eth0 LACP state : Local admin key : 11 Local oper key : 11 Local oper port state : ACT FTO AGG DEF Local port internal state: LACP_ENABLED Local port number : 1 Local port priority : 255 Local port rx machine state: DEFAULTED Local timeout cfg : fast Partner age in sec : 2 Partner device id : 00:00:00:00:00:00 Partner mode : LACP passive Partner oper key : 0 Partner oper port state: Partner port number : 0 Partner port priority : 0 Partner timeout cfg : slow State : stand-alone State : active Name : fp-eth1 LACP state : Local admin key : 11 Local oper key : 11 Local oper port state : ACT FTO AGG DEF Local port internal state: LACP_ENABLED Local port number : 2 Local port priority : 255 Local port rx machine state: DEFAULTED Local timeout cfg : fast Partner age in sec : 2 Partner device id : 00:00:00:00:00:00 Partner mode : LACP passive Partner oper key : 0 Partner oper port state: Partner port number : 0 Partner port priority : 0 Partner timeout cfg : slow State : stand-alone State : active Status : up nsx-edge-1> get bond bond0 stats Bond Name : bond0 Slaves : Name : fp-eth0 LACP drops : 0 Rx LACP errors : 0 Rx LACP pdus : 10 Tx LACP errors : 0 Tx LACP pdus : 10 Name : fp-eth1 LACP drops : 0 Rx LACP errors : 0 Rx LACP pdus : 10 Tx LACP errors : 0 Tx LACP pdus : 10 name : bond0 rx_bytes : 1488 rx_drop_no_match : 0 rx_errors : 0 rx_misses : 0 rx_nombufs : 0 rx_packets : 12 tx_bytes : 0 tx_drops : 0 tx_errors : 0 tx_packets : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bonds [stats]
    Display all bond interfaces. Specify the stats argument to display the statistics for the interfaces.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get bonds Bond Hash algorithm : layer 2+3+4 Mode : lacp active Name : bond0 Port id : 2 Slaves : Name : fp-eth0 LACP state : Local admin key : 11 Local oper key : 11 Local oper port state : ACT FTO AGG DEF Local port internal state: LACP_ENABLED Local port number : 1 Local port priority : 255 Local port rx machine state: DEFAULTED Local timeout cfg : fast Partner age in sec : 2 Partner device id : 00:00:00:00:00:00 Partner mode : LACP passive Partner oper key : 0 Partner oper port state: Partner port number : 0 Partner port priority : 0 Partner timeout cfg : slow State : stand-alone State : active Name : fp-eth1 LACP state : Local admin key : 11 Local oper key : 11 Local oper port state : ACT FTO AGG DEF Local port internal state: LACP_ENABLED Local port number : 2 Local port priority : 255 Local port rx machine state: DEFAULTED Local timeout cfg : fast Partner age in sec : 2 Partner device id : 00:00:00:00:00:00 Partner mode : LACP passive Partner oper key : 0 Partner oper port state: Partner port number : 0 Partner port priority : 0 Partner timeout cfg : slow State : stand-alone State : active Status : up nsx-edge-1> get bonds stats Bond Name : bond0 Slaves : Name : fp-eth0 LACP drops : 0 Rx LACP errors : 0 Rx LACP pdus : 10 Tx LACP errors : 0 Tx LACP pdus : 10 Name : fp-eth1 LACP drops : 0 Rx LACP errors : 0 Rx LACP pdus : 10 Tx LACP errors : 0 Tx LACP pdus : 10 name : bond0 rx_bytes : 1488 rx_drop_no_match : 0 rx_errors : 0 rx_misses : 0 rx_nombufs : 0 rx_packets : 12 tx_bytes : 0 tx_drops : 0 tx_errors : 0 tx_packets : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get bridge <uuid>
    Display information about the specified bridge.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get bridge 69377c84-c661-4935-956b-e42399411b2b Bridge ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bridge UUID : 69377c84-c661-4935-956b-e42399411b2b DVS name : nsxvswitch Ref count : 2 Number of networks : 2 Number of uplinks : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get bridge <uuid> mac-table
    Display MAC table for the specified bridge.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get bridge 255e190d-2a9e-4ca0-917e-80dfbb89ac34 mac-table Bridge MAC Table ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MAC Address Type VLAN ID VXLAN ID Destination Port Age =============================================================================================== 00:50:56:86:7c:9f Dynamic 0 33672 50331650 2 00:50:56:86:ee:f1 Dynamic 16 0 50331650 2
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get bridge <uuid> networks
    Display networks on the specified bridge.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get bridge 69377c84-c661-4935-956b-e42399411b2b networks Bridge Networks ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Network name : vxlan-48009-type-bridging Ref count : 2 Network type : 1 VLAN ID : 0 VXLAN ID : 48009 Ageing time : 300 Fdb entry hold time : 1 FRP filter enable : True port ID : 50331679 Ref count : 1 VLAN ID : 4095 IOChains installed : 0 Network name : vlan-150-type-bridging Ref count : 2 Network type : 1 VLAN ID : 150 VXLAN ID : 0 Ageing time : 300 Fdb entry hold time : 1 FRP filter enable : True port ID : 50331679 Ref count : 1 VLAN ID : 4095 IOChains installed : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get bridges
    Display information about bridges on this bridge node.
    Example
    esx-1> get bridges Bridges Summary ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bridge UUID Number of networks Ref count 69377c84-c661-4935-956b-e42399411b2b 2 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get cache-table [{config | l2} {local | remote}]
    Display the whole cache table. Optionally specify arguments to display only the local configuration, remote configuration, local L2, or remote L2 information.
    Example
    ESXi-1> get cache-table config local Type Entity State Version Property VIF c1e6743d-403a-4495-b3c0-a5f6a4c70899 INVALID_STATE 0 ESXi-1> get cache-table l2 remote Entry VNI RoutingDomainID Type Version Value VNI 48008 0 VNI 48008 VTEP 0 vtep { vtep_ip { ipv4: 3232258054 } vtep_label { label: 30721 } segment_id { ipv4: 3232235520 } vtep_mac { mac: 345046909758 } bfd_enabled: false } VNI 48008 VM_MAC 0 vm_mac { vm_mac { mac: 52241337010 } vtep_ip { ipv4: 3232258054 } vtep_mac { mac: 345046909758 } } ESXi-1> get cache-table ...... =============== Vif Config Cache Table=============== Vif ID Port ID DVSwitch ID Parent vif ID MAC 9f75061a-8911-48fb-8ebb-2f6c1baafb12 73b08c44-1486-44e6-b7a4-e7cc9128bd2d 2c a8 f5 3a 4b 72 43 cf-a9 a5 2c 94 c2 6d 0a b7 00:50:56:85:76:b5
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get capture session <session-number>
    Display information about the specified packet capture session.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get capture session 1 Packet Capture Session ID : 1 PORTS : ['fp-eth0', 'fp-eth1']
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get capture session <session-number>
    Display information about the specified packet capture session.
    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    kvm-1> get capture session 1 Packet Capture Session ID : 1 PORTS : ['b592a7c8-4e21-493e-b0fc-0b1d152c949c']
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get capture sessions
    Display configured packet capture sessions. Session 0 is reserved for captures started with the start capture interface <interface-name> command.
    Example
    kvm-1> get capture sessions Packet Capture Session ID : 0 PORTS : [] Packet Capture Session ID : 1 PORTS : ['b592a7c8-4e21-493e-b0fc-0b1d152c949c'] Packet Capture Session ID : 2 PORTS : ['b592a7c8-4e21-493e-b0fc-0b1d152c949c', 'd0c59cee-6095-5eeb-815b-ae6732d749e4'] Packet Capture Session ID : 3 PORTS : []
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get capture sessions
    Display configured packet capture sessions. Session 0 is reserved for captures started with the start capture interface <interface-name> command.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get capture sessions Packet Capture Session ID : 0 PORTS : [] Packet Capture Session ID : 1 PORTS : ['fp-eth0', 'fp-eth1'] Packet Capture Session ID : 2 PORTS : ['d0c59cee-6095-5eeb-815b-ae6732d749e4'] Packet Capture Session ID : 3 PORTS : []
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get certificate api
    Display the API server's certificate.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get certificate api -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIDfzCCAmegAwIBAgIEVQEDTTANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQsFADBwMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzELMAkGA1UE ... /JbzbimmEgaC3Yy5rOZXUnhn+dANkUShIeGIpOnH7rpLrrPYcB1Hx31jieY= -----END CERTIFICATE-----
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get certificate api thumbprint
    Display the API server's certificate thumbprint.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get certificate api thumbprint 82d99b793ff84f1f1f01f420656975522a03b9bebe87c50bcff80e7d3ebe8705
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get cgroup <uuid> [<translation-type>]
    Display the translations for the specified container group. Optionally specify a translation type to display translations of that type.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Cgroup identifier
    <translation-type> Translation type
    Allowed values: logical-objects, ips, vifs, macs
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get cgroup 2d22c229-bffb-405a-8246-8e50c01d1fc6 logical-objects id: 2d22c229-bffb-405a-8246-8e50c01d1fc6, type: Container id: 1d467d11-df42-4eff-96d0-3018c0fc6e93, type: Container id: 6e05fa9f-72d2-4102-8970-d93a301b93d8, type: Container
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get cgroups
    Display all container groups.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get cgroups id: 2d22c229-bffb-405a-8246-8e50c01d1fc6, type: Container id: 31c4853f-3e2e-458b-ad64-6164c66ebb66, type: Container id: fb4781b1-a748-4009-bfa6-06ab7edeb98e, type: Container id: d807d5d9-f9ca-4863-8ab5-b209ba42ed64, type: Container
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get cgroups with ip <ip-address>
    Display container groups with the specified IP address.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get cgroups with ip 192.168.1.2 id: fb4781b1-a748-4009-bfa6-06ab7edeb98e, type: Container
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get cgroups with mac <hardware-address>
    Display container groups with the specified MAC address.
    Option Description
    <hardware-address> Network hardware address argument
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get cgroups with mac 00:50:56:8e:13:51 id: 31c4853f-3e2e-458b-ad64-6164c66ebb66, type: Container
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get cgroups with vif <vif>
    Display container groups with the specified network interface.
    Option Description
    <vif> VIF ID
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get cgroups with vif vif-15 id: d807d5d9-f9ca-4863-8ab5-b209ba42ed64, type: Container
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get cli-timeout
    Show inactivity timeout in seconds.
    Example
    nsx> get cli-timeout 1200 seconds
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get clock
    Display the current date and time.
    Example
    nsx> get clock Sat Dec 12 2015 UTC 00:11:33.168
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get config-entity <uuid>
    Display information for a specific entity in the netcpa state cache.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    ESXi-1> get config-entity d4488025-61ee-4a48-8084-cd1d6d336d4d Type Version Property INVALID_PROPERTY 1 LSP_SWITCH_ID 1 property_type: LSP_SWITCH_ID lsp_switch_id { left: 1115610831154593976 right: 11409124099256201133 } LSP_IP_DISCOVERY 1 property_type: LSP_IP_DISCOVERY lsp_ip_discovery { arp_snooping_enabled: true dhcp_snooping_enabled: true } LSP_ATTACHMENT 1 property_type: LSP_ATTACHMENT lsp_attachment { vif_attachment { vif_id: "c1e6743d-403a-4495-b3c0-a5f6a4c70899" type: VM } } LSP_SWITCH_SECURITY 1 property_type: LSP_SWITCH_SECURITY lsp_switch_security { config_spoof_guard { enable: false port_enable: false } dhcp_client_filter: false dhcp_server_filter: true bpdu_filter: true dhcp_snooping: false block_non_ip_traffic: false } LSP_ADMIN_STATE_UP 1 property_type: LSP_ADMIN_STATE_UP lsp_admin_state_up: true LSP_MAC_MANAGEMENT 1 property_type: LSP_MAC_MANAGEMENT lsp_mac_management { mac_change_allowed: false mac_learning { unicast_flooding_allowed: false aging_time: 300 enabled: false } } LSP_QOS 1 property_type: LSP_QOS lsp_qos { dscp { trust_mode: TRUSTED dscp_value: 0 } cos: 0 shaper_config { type: INGRESS_RATE average: 0 peak: 0 burst: 0 } shaper_config { type: INGRESS_BROADCAST_RATE average: 0 peak: 0 burst: 0 } shaper_config { type: EGRESS_RATE average: 0 peak: 0 burst: 0 } }
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get configuration
    Display configuration settings in command line syntax.
    Example
    nsx> get configuration ! set route prefix 0.0.0.0/0 gateway 192.168.110.1 interface eth0 set route prefix 192.168.110.0/24 interface eth0 set search-domains example.com set timezone Etc/UTC set name-servers 192.168.110.10 set ntp-server 0.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org set ntp-server 1.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org set ntp-server 2.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org set ntp-server 3.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org set ntp-server ntp.ubuntu.com set hostname nsx
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get control-channel ip <ip-address> connection
    Display control channel connection information for the specified hypervisor host.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-channel ip 192.168.210.51 connection Host-IP Port ID 192.168.210.51 27386 648
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get control-channel ip <ip-address> connection-stats
    Display control channel connection statistics for the specified hypervisor host.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-channel ip 192.168.210.51 connection-stats messages.received 43352 messages.received.dropped 0 messages.transmitted 43429 messages.transmit.dropped 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get control-channel stats
    Display statistics for the controller to hypervisor control channel.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-channel stats messages.received 86928 messages.received.dropped 0 messages.transmitted 87784 messages.transmit.dropped 0 messages.processing.dropped 0 connections.up 5 connections.down 3 connections.timeout 3 connections.active 2
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get control-channel stats-sample
    Display statistics over time for the controller to hypervisor control channel.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-channel stats-sample 23:56:30 23:56:40 23:56:50 23:57:00 23:57:10 23:57:20 23:57:30 23:57:40 23:57:50 23:58:00 messages.received 86922 86924 86926 86928 86930 86932 86934 86936 86938 86940 messages.received.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 messages.transmitted 87778 87780 87782 87784 87786 87788 87790 87792 87794 87796 messages.transmit.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 messages.processing.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 connections.up 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 connections.down 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 connections.timeout 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 connections.active 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get control-cluster certificate thumbprint
    Display the controller cluster thumbprint. The security model for this controller must be set before using this command. Use the set control-cluster security-model command to set the security model.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-cluster certificate thumbprint b821493e3cbf1f04af002fae2d44c1dc7459793bdf4385794b0903efa497dbeb
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get control-cluster status
    Get the controller cluster status.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-cluster status uuid: a463a496-d8fe-4135-a60a-665333a5624a is master: true in majority: true uuid address status a463a496-d8fe-4135-a60a-665333a5624a 192.168.110.108 active 32ccb0aa-d74a-44f4-b76a-12716a759e32 192.168.110.109 active b49e4c31-1d2e-4600-9fed-66ae1d8862b9 192.168.110.110 active
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get control-cluster status verbose
    Get verbose controller cluster status.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get control-cluster status verbose NSX Controller Status: uuid: 9d61f3df-60d3-4c02-a6dc-75237ec5edbe is master: false in majority: true uuid address status adc96b47-8067-49c0-98cc-d427f5ab2406 10.160.95.64 active 9d61f3df-60d3-4c02-a6dc-75237ec5edbe 10.161.4.7 active 27634f7c-b905-4c26-967c-9252acbf6db2 10.161.8.34 active Cluster Management Server Status: uuid rpc address rpc port global id vpn address status 64bb9678-af32-4658-973c-e6a77bdfffd1 10.161.4.7 7777 1 10.0.0.1 connected 2c7396cb-9612-4b6f-b006-81c0bd21b791 10.161.8.34 7777 2 10.0.0.2 connected db0b6963-65c6-4405-96d9-153a79c7f3f4 10.160.95.64 7777 3 10.0.0.3 connected Zookeeper Ensemble Status: Zookeeper Server IP: 10.0.0.1, reachable, ok Zookeeper version: 3.5.1-alpha--1, built on 12/03/2015 14:18 GMT Latency min/avg/max: 0/0/105 Received: 93104 Sent: 93324 Connections: 7 Outstanding: 0 Zxid: 0x100000215 Mode: leader Node count: 51 Connections: /10.0.0.3:47335[1](queued=0,recved=6189,sent=6197,sid=0x10000104d2c0044,lop=PING,est=1450333546218,to=40000,lcxid=0xac,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189591062,llat=1,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=7) /10.0.0.2:51511[1](queued=0,recved=18826,sent=18826,sid=0x10000104d2c0009,lop=PING,est=1450225468496,to=30000,lcxid=0x3,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189582555,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=8) /10.0.0.2:51510[1](queued=0,recved=18825,sent=18825,sid=0x10000104d2c0008,lop=PING,est=1450225468464,to=30000,lcxid=0x2,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189582631,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=6) /10.0.0.3:47332[1](queued=0,recved=6272,sent=6274,sid=0x10000104d2c0043,lop=PING,est=1450333540372,to=40000,lcxid=0xfa,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189579900,llat=1,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=10) /10.0.0.1:56383[0](queued=0,recved=1,sent=0) /10.0.0.1:51741[1](queued=0,recved=18857,sent=18862,sid=0x10000104d2c0002,lop=PING,est=1450225325339,to=30000,lcxid=0x13,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189587874,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=6) /10.0.0.2:51543[1](queued=0,recved=14277,sent=14339,sid=0x10000104d2c0011,lop=PING,est=1450225548462,to=40000,lcxid=0xb0,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189580439,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=14) Zookeeper Server IP: 10.0.0.2, reachable, ok Zookeeper version: 3.5.1-alpha--1, built on 12/03/2015 14:18 GMT Latency min/avg/max: 0/0/71 Received: 44056 Sent: 44151 Connections: 4 Outstanding: 0 Zxid: 0x100000215 Mode: follower Node count: 51 Connections: /10.0.0.1:58497[1](queued=0,recved=14717,sent=14735,sid=0x20000127d000005,lop=GETC,est=1450226200991,to=40000,lcxid=0x292,lzxid=0x100000215,lresp=189546742,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=42) /10.0.0.1:58499[1](queued=0,recved=14160,sent=14203,sid=0x20000127d000006,lop=PING,est=1450226201030,to=40000,lcxid=0x6b,lzxid=0xffffffffffffffff,lresp=189540338,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=43) /10.0.0.1:34844[0](queued=0,recved=1,sent=0) /10.0.0.2:36754[1](queued=0,recved=14548,sent=14566,sid=0x20000127d000004,lop=PING,est=1450226200562,to=40000,lcxid=0x1df,lzxid=0xffffffffffffffff,lresp=189549590,llat=0,minlat=0,avglat=0,maxlat=40) Zookeeper Server IP: 10.0.0.3, reachable, ok Zookeeper version: 3.5.1-alpha--1, built on 12/03/2015 14:18 GMT Latency min/avg/max: 0/6/57 Received: 63 Sent: 62 Connections: 1 Outstanding: 0 Zxid: 0x100000215 Mode: follower Node count: 51 Connections: /10.0.0.1:54356[0](queued=0,recved=1,sent=0)
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get controller sessions
    Display the ccp sessions in the netcpa state cache.
    Example
    ESXi-1> get controller sessions Session Index State Controller Session 0 UP 10.192.80.196 L2 48008 UP 10.192.80.196
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get controllers
    Display the controllers connected to this node.
    Example
    nsx> get controllers Controller IP Port SSL Status Is Physical Master Session State Controller FQDN NA 1234 enabled not used false null CCP1.COM 10.160.193.174 1234 enabled connected true up CCP2.COM NA 1234 enabled not used false null CCP3.COM
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get cpu-stats
    Display the system CPU information.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get cpu-stats processor : 0 vendor_id : GenuineIntel cpu family : 6 model : 62 model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2440 v2 @ 1.90GHz stepping : 4 microcode : 0x427 cpu MHz : 1900.000 cache size : 20480 KB physical id : 0 siblings : 1 core id : 0 cpu cores : 1 apicid : 0 initial apicid : 0 fpu : yes fpu_exception : yes cpuid level : 13 wp : yes flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss syscall nx rdtscp lm constant_tsc arch_perfmon pebs bts nopl xtopology tsc_reliable nonstop_tsc aperfmperf pni pclmulqdq ssse3 cx16 pcid sse4_1 sse4_2 x2apic popcnt tsc_deadline_timer aes xsave avx f16c rdrand hypervisor lahf_lm ida arat pln pts dtherm fsgsbase tsc_adjust smep bogomips : 3800.00 clflush size : 64 cache_alignment : 64 address sizes : 42 bits physical, 48 bits virtual power management: processor : 1 vendor_id : GenuineIntel cpu family : 6 model : 62 model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2440 v2 @ 1.90GHz stepping : 4 microcode : 0x427 cpu MHz : 1900.000 cache size : 20480 KB physical id : 2 siblings : 1 core id : 0 cpu cores : 1 apicid : 2 initial apicid : 2 fpu : yes fpu_exception : yes cpuid level : 13 wp : yes flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss syscall nx rdtscp lm constant_tsc arch_perfmon pebs bts nopl xtopology tsc_reliable nonstop_tsc aperfmperf pni pclmulqdq ssse3 cx16 pcid sse4_1 sse4_2 x2apic popcnt tsc_deadline_timer aes xsave avx f16c rdrand hypervisor lahf_lm ida arat pln pts dtherm fsgsbase tsc_adjust smep bogomips : 3800.00 clflush size : 64 cache_alignment : 64 address sizes : 42 bits physical, 48 bits virtual power management:
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get current
    Display information about the current interface.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get current { "admin": "up", "enable-firewall": false, "enable-span": false, "force-reassemble": false, "ifuid": 289, "ifuuid": "de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19", "internal_operation": "up", "ipns": [ "192.168.130.3/24" ], "lrouter": "f2a25dd6-4ceb-4bf5-8ad5-3e80d2970d60", "mac": "02:50:56:00:00:04", "mtu": 1600, "peer": "54710465-99a0-481b-ac04-2ff4eda2f270", "redirect-to-kernel": true, "stats": { "rx_bytes": 1564840, "rx_drop_blocked": 0, "rx_drop_dst_unsupported": 0, "rx_drop_firewall": 0, "rx_drop_ip_options": 0, "rx_drop_ipv6": 0, "rx_drop_kni": 0, "rx_drop_l4port_unsupported": 0, "rx_drop_malformed": 0, "rx_drop_no_receiver": 0, "rx_drop_no_route": 0, "rx_drop_proto_unsupported": 0, "rx_drop_rpf_check": 0, "rx_drop_ttl_exceeded": 3, "rx_drops": 3, "rx_frag_error": 0, "rx_frag_ok": 0, "rx_frag_timeout": 0, "rx_frags": 0, "rx_pkts": 23609, "tx_bytes": 957372, "tx_drop_blocked": 0, "tx_drop_firewall": 0, "tx_drop_frag_needed": 0, "tx_drop_no_arp": 0, "tx_drops": 0, "tx_frag_error": 0, "tx_frag_ok": 0, "tx_pkts": 14312 }, "ttl": 1, "type": "lif", "urpf-mode": "STRICT_MODE" } or nsx-edge-1(path)> get current { "ifuid": 285, "ifuuid": "9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7", "lswitch": "d5af58f5-0616-46fd-af83-242d82983c65", "peer": "140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a", "stats": { "rx_bytes": 9150, "rx_drop_l2_loop": 0, "rx_drop_malformed": 0, "rx_drop_no_match": 0, "rx_drops": 0, "rx_pkts": 127, "tx_bytes": 2807, "tx_drop_no_mem": 0, "tx_drops": 0, "tx_pkts": 38 } }
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dataplane
    Display data plane configurations, which include fastpath cores, hugepage reserved, NUMA, physical port bindings, etc.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dataplane Bfd_ring_size : 512 Corelist : 0 Ctrl_prio_on : True Fc_max_mem_percore : 394 Fc_mega_cache_size : 262144 Fc_mega_hard_timeout_ms: 423 Fc_mega_soft_timeout_ms: 353 Fc_micro_cache_size: 262144 Firewall_flow_cache_on: 1 Firewall_max_purge_rate: 5 Firewall_max_sessions: 8388608 Firewall_purge_timeout_ms: 10 Firewall_timer_resolution_ms: 50 Flow_cache_mega : True Flow_cache_micro : True Hugepage_mem : 1974 Intr_mode_on : True Ip_reass4_gc_period: 2 Ip_reass4_interfrag_ms: 1000 Ip_reass4_max_ms : 5000 Ip_reass4_maxq_len : 45 Ip_reass4_qhash_order: 8 Ip_reass4_qlist_order: 9 Lacp_ring_size : 512 Learning_ring_size : 512 Link_speed : 0 Mainloop_sleep_threshold: 10 Mainloop_wait_timeout_ms: 1 Mbuf_pool_size : 48128 N_mem_channel : 3 Numa_on : True Pkt_queue_limit : 0 Pkt_queue_rx_burst_size: 128 Pkt_seg_pnic_limit : 24 Prio_rx_queue_per_core: 8 Rss : c0=0:2:1 Rx_queue_per_core : 8 Rx_ring_size : 512 Slowpath_ring_size : 512 Stt_frag_queue_expire_ms: 3000 Stt_mbuf_queued_limit: 16000 Stt_reass_gc_period_ms: 3000 Tx_ring_size : 512 Devices: Device_id : 0x07b0 Name : fp-eth0 Numa_node : -1 Pci : 0000:0b:00.00 Vendor : 0x15ad Device_id : 0x07b0 Name : fp-eth1 Numa_node : -1 Pci : 0000:13:00.00 Vendor : 0x15ad Device_id : 0x07b0 Name : fp-eth2 Numa_node : -1 Pci : 0000:1b:00.00 Vendor : 0x15ad
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dataplane flow-cache config
    Display the flow cache configurations.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dataplane flow-cache config Enabled : true Mega_hard_timeout_ms: 4944 Mega_size : 262144 Mega_soft_timeout_ms: 4874 Micro_size : 262144
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dataplane flow-cache stats
    Display flow cache statistics for all fastpath cores.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dataplane flow-cache stats Micro Core : 0 Active : 0/262144 Dont cache : 0 Hit rate : 0% Hits : 0 Insertions : 0 Misses : 1602651 Skipped : 1018653 Bucket collisions : 0 Key collisions : 0 Mega Core : 0 Active : 0/262144 Dont cache : 2693444 Hit rate : 0% Hits : 0 Insertions : 0 Misses : 1602651 Skipped : 1018653 Bucket collisions : 0 Key collisions : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dataplane flow-cache stats <lcore-list-all>
    Display the flow cache statistics for the specified fastpath cores.
    Option Description
    <lcore-list-all> Specify a list of lcore ids or "all"
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9]+,)*([0-9]+)$|(all)$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dataplane flow-cache stats 0 Micro Core : 0 Active : 0/262144 Dont cache : 0 Hit rate : 0% Hits : 0 Insertions : 0 Misses : 1602797 Skipped : 1018748 Bucket collisions : 0 Key collisions : 0 Mega Core : 0 Active : 0/262144 Dont cache : 2693695 Hit rate : 0% Hits : 0 Insertions : 0 Misses : 1602797 Skipped : 1018748 Bucket collisions : 0 Key collisions : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dataplane perfstats <interval>
    Display data plane performance statistics.
    Option Description
    <interval> Specify sample interval
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dataplane perfstats 2 [ { "CpuStats": [ { "core": "0", "tx": "0 pps", "kni": "0 pps", "rx": "0 pps", "intercore": "0 pps", "usage": "0%", "slowpath": "0 pps" }, { "core": "1", "tx": "0 pps", "kni": "0 pps", "rx": "0 pps", "intercore": "0 pps", "usage": "0%", "slowpath": "0 pps" }, { "core": "2", "tx": "0 pps", "kni": "0 pps", "rx": "0 pps", "intercore": "0 pps", "usage": "0%", "slowpath": "0 pps" }, { "core": "3", "tx": "0 pps", "kni": "0 pps", "rx": "0 pps", "intercore": "0 pps", "usage": "0%", "slowpath": "0 pps" } ] }, { "PortStats": [ { "RxPkts": 5.0, "RxTput": 375.0, "TxThput": 309.0, "PortID": "fp-eth0", "TxPkts": 4.0 }, { "RxPkts": 0.0, "RxTput": 0.0, "TxThput": 0.0, "PortID": "fp-eth1", "TxPkts": 0.0 }, { "RxPkts": 0.0, "RxTput": 0.0, "TxThput": 0.0, "PortID": "fp-eth2", "TxPkts": 0.0 } ] }, { "FlowCacheStats": { "micro": [ { "core": "0", "hits": "0", "skipped": "1235795", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "0", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "0", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "n/a" }, { "core": "1", "hits": "0", "skipped": "19380", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "1104864", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "0", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "0%" }, { "core": "2", "hits": "0", "skipped": "9701", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "2754887", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "0", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "0%" }, { "core": "3", "hits": "0", "skipped": "8", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "904935", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "0", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "0%" } ], "mega": [ { "core": "0", "hits": "0", "skipped": "1235795", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "0", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "6567381", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "n/a" }, { "core": "1", "hits": "0", "skipped": "19380", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "1104864", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "2932004", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "0%" }, { "core": "2", "hits": "0", "skipped": "9701", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "2754887", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "3457790", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "0%" }, { "core": "3", "hits": "0", "skipped": "8", "insertions": "0", "active": "0/262144", "misses": "904935", "bucket collisions": "0", "dont cache": "2503080", "key collisions": "0", "hit rate": "0%" } ] } }, { "NUMAStats": "CPU model not supported" }, { "PerfStats": "CPU model not supported" } ]
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dataplane stats
    Display data plane statistics.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dataplane stats CPU Usage Core : 0 Kni : 0 pps Rx : 0 pps Slowpath : 0 pps Tx : 0 pps Usage : 0%
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get debug routing dumptrace
    Get a routing dump trace. The dump file will be collected when you get a support bundle.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get debug routing dumptrace nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp ip-pool <uuid>
    Display a specific DHCP IP pool.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp ip-pool 31b79159-c160-40ba-a9d7-be37186ac658 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 ERROR_THRESHOLD: 100 ID: 31b79159-c160-40ba-a9d7-be37186ac658 OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 51 VALUES: 86400 CODE: 3 VALUES: 192.168.1.1 RANGE: END: IPV4: 192.168.1.200 START: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 WARNING_THRESHOLD: 80
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp ip-pools
    Display all DHCP IP pools.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp ip-pools DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 ERROR_THRESHOLD: 100 ID: 31b79159-c160-40ba-a9d7-be37186ac658 OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 51 VALUES: 86400 CODE: 3 VALUES: 192.168.1.1 RANGE: END: IPV4: 192.168.1.200 START: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 WARNING_THRESHOLD: 80
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp ip-pools server-uuid <uuid>
    Display DHCP IP pools which matched a specific server UUID.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp ip-pools server-uuid efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 ERROR_THRESHOLD: 100 ID: 31b79159-c160-40ba-a9d7-be37186ac658 OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 51 VALUES: 86400 CODE: 3 VALUES: 192.168.1.1 RANGE: END: IPV4: 192.168.1.200 START: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 WARNING_THRESHOLD: 80
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp lease <string>
    Display a specific DHCP lease. You can specify a DHCP server's UUID, or a MAC address, or an IP address.
    Option Description
    <string> Generic string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:.-]+)$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp lease efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-11 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476229687136) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 86400 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-10 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476143287136) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0 nsx-edge-1> get dhcp lease 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-12 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476301993057) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 86400 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-11 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476215593057) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0 nsx-edge-1> get dhcp lease 192.168.1.100 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-12 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476301993057) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 86400 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-11 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476215593057) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp lease <string> all
    Display a specific DHCP lease. You can specify a DHCP server's UUID, or a MAC address, or an IP address.
    Option Description
    <string> Generic string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:.-]+)$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp lease efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-11 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476229687136) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 0 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-10 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476143287136) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0 nsx-edge-1> get dhcp lease 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-12 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476301993057) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 86400 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-11 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476215593057) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0 nsx-edge-1> get dhcp lease 192.168.1.100 DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-12 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476301993057) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 86400 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-11 19:53:13.057000 (timestamp: 1476215593057) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp leases
    Display all non-released DHCP leases.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp leases DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-11 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476229687136) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 86400 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-10 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476143287136) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp leases all
    Display all DHCP leases.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp leases DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 DHCP_SUBNET_MAC: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602_192.168.1.100_00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 EXPIRE_TIME: 2016-10-11 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476229687136) IP: IPV4: 192.168.1.100 LEASE_TIME: 0 MAC: MAC: 00:0c:29:03:9c:b2 START_TIME: 2016-10-10 23:48:07.136000 (timestamp: 1476143287136) SUBNET: 192.168.1.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp server <uuid> [status | sync]
    Display a specific DHCP server. Optionally specify an argument to display only the status or the synchronization information.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp server efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 EDGE_CLUSTER_ID: 46944f73-89d0-40b8-86f2-6fd651ba4fb9 EDGE_NODE_ID: 0e10a15f-ca0d-47a7-92ff-9b0aa8d18b4d b084f07f-bd1f-4d91-bf48-775b896296d5 ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 54 VALUES: 192.168.1.2 CODE: 1 VALUES: 255.255.255.0 SERVER_MAC: MAC: 00:50:56:98:7d:d7 SERVER_PREFIX: IPV4: 192.168.1.2 PREFIX_LENGTH: 24 nsx-edge-1> get dhcp server efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 status DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 STATUS: READY nsx-edge-1> get dhcp server efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 sync DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 LAST_ERROR_TIME: N/A LAST_SYNC_TIME: N/A STATUS: OK
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp servers [status | sync]
    Display all DHCP servers. Optionally specify an argument to display only the status or the synchronization information.

    If the edge node is the only member of the edge cluster, the STATUS property will be displayed as UNKNOWN when you call get dhcp servers status because HA (high availability) is not available.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp servers EDGE_CLUSTER_ID: 46944f73-89d0-40b8-86f2-6fd651ba4fb9 EDGE_NODE_ID: 0e10a15f-ca0d-47a7-92ff-9b0aa8d18b4d b084f07f-bd1f-4d91-bf48-775b896296d5 ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 54 VALUES: 192.168.1.2 CODE: 1 VALUES: 255.255.255.0 SERVER_MAC: MAC: 00:50:56:98:7d:d7 SERVER_PREFIX: IPV4: 192.168.1.2 PREFIX_LENGTH: 24 nsx-edge-1> get dhcp servers status DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 STATUS: READY nsx-edge-1> get dhcp servers sync DHCP_ID: efc4fc20-e00d-416d-819a-88eff8674602 LAST_ERROR_TIME: N/A LAST_SYNC_TIME: N/A STATUS: OK
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp static-binding <uuid>
    Display a specific DHCP static binding.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp static-binding 3773289c-32f6-4892-a94e-c74a47bf1e71 DHCP_ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d ID: 3773289c-32f6-4892-a94e-c74a47bf1e71 MAC: MAC: 12:34:56:78:9a:bc OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 3 VALUES: 192.168.150.1 CODE: 12 VALUES: machine-1 CODE: 51 VALUES: 86400 PREFIX: IPV4: 192.168.150.201 PREFIX_LENGTH: 24
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp static-bindings
    Display all DHCP static bindings.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp static-bindings DHCP_ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d ID: 3773289c-32f6-4892-a94e-c74a47bf1e71 MAC: MAC: 12:34:56:78:9a:bc OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 3 VALUES: 192.168.150.1 CODE: 12 VALUES: machine-1 CODE: 51 VALUES: 86400 PREFIX: IPV4: 192.168.150.201 PREFIX_LENGTH: 24
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get dhcp static-bindings server-uuid <uuid>
    Display a specific DHCP static bindings which matched a specific server UUID.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get dhcp static-bindings server-uuid 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d DHCP_ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d ID: 3773289c-32f6-4892-a94e-c74a47bf1e71 MAC: MAC: 12:34:56:78:9a:bc OPTIONS: GENERIC_OPTIONS: CODE: 3 VALUES: 192.168.150.1 CODE: 12 VALUES: machine-1 CODE: 51 VALUES: 86400 PREFIX: IPV4: 192.168.150.201 PREFIX_LENGTH: 24
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get domain-object <uuid>
    Display information about the specified domain object.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Domain object identifier
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get domain-object 348e20a9-8b6e-4209-81df-779bff97781d id: 348e20a9-8b6e-4209-81df-779bff97781d type: RuleSection content: com.vmware.nsx.ccp.domain.entity.RuleSection@1642d5b0[message=priority: 2305843009213693951 name: "Default Layer2 Section" version: "0" ,id=348e20a9-8b6e-4209-81df-779bff97781d,resolver=com.vmware.nsx.falcon.FalconImpl@6306e14c]
    Mode
    Availability
    Controller

    get domain-objects <domain_object_type>
    Display domain objects of the specified type.
    Option Description
    <domain_object_type> Domain object type
    Allowed values: Container, Cif, DhcpIpPool, DhcpStaticBinding, DneGlobalConfig, EdgeNode, Hypervisor, IpfixCollectorConfiguration, IpfixDfwConfiguration, KeyPolicy, LogicalDhcpServer, LogicalMDProxyServer, LogicalSwitch, LogicalSwitchPort, LogicalRouter, LogicalRouterPort, MacAddress, PublicCloudGatewayNode, Rule, RuleSection, Vif
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get domain-objects RuleSection id: 348e20a9-8b6e-4209-81df-779bff97781d, type: RuleSection id: a9ccd570-9b6f-42e9-a372-162c4b00238e, type: RuleSection id: 00003200-0000-0000-0000-000000000001, type: RuleSection id: 00003200-0000-0000-0000-000000000002, type: RuleSection
    Mode
    Availability
    Controller

    get domain-objects <objects_type_with_component_name> <component-name>
    Display domain objects of the specified type with the specified component name
    Option Description
    <objects_type_with_component_name> Object type with component name
    Allowed values: rule, rulesection
    <component-name> Component name
    Allowed values: dfw, dne
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get domain-objects rule dfw id: 00003200-0000-0000-0000-000000000001, type: Rule id: 00003200-0000-0000-0000-000000000002, type: Rule
    Mode
    Availability
    Controller

    get edge-cluster history state
    Display the Edge cluster state history.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get edge-cluster history state State : Disabled Time : 2016-09-12 18:07:03.20 Event : Init Reason : Init State : Offline Time : 2016-09-20 10:19:24.22 Event : Config Updated Reason : Config State : Discover Time : 2016-09-20 10:19:24.22 Event : Config Updated Reason : Config State : StateSync Time : 2016-09-20 10:19:25.19 Event : BFD State Updated Reason : Updated State : Inactive Time : 2016-09-20 10:19:30.50 Event : State Sync Completed Reason : Updated State : Active Time : 2016-09-20 10:19:30.50 Event : State Sync Completed Reason : Updated State : Inactive Time : 2016-10-10 13:53:30.88 Event : Node State Changed Reason : Tunnels Down
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get edge-cluster status
    Display the Edge cluster status.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get edge-cluster status High Availability State : Inactive Since : 2016-10-10 13:53:30.88 Edge Node Id : f9933e11-96a5-48fa-9f64-9c3b789d530c Edge Node Status : Down Admin State : Up Vtep State : Up Configuration : applied Health Check Config : Interval : 1000 msec Deadtime : 3000 msec Max Hops : 255 Service Status : Datapath Config Channel : Up Datapath Status Channel : Up Routing Status Channel : Up Routing Status : Down Peer Status : Node Id : 14693d4d-de8b-417e-a53c-315702fc72c5 Node Status : Admin Down Healthcheck Sessions : Interface : eth0 Session : 192.168.110.111:192.168.110.112 Status : Admin Down Interface : nsx-edge-vtep Session : 192.168.150.201:192.168.150.202 Status : Unreachable
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get eula
    Show the content of End User License Agreement
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get file <filename>
    Display information about the specified file in the filestore.
    Option Description
    <filename> Existing file argument
    Example
    nsx> get file support-bundle-0.tgz Directory of filestore:/ -rw- 24932275 Feb 05 2016 05:58:46 UTC support-bundle-0.tgz
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get file <filename> thumbprint
    Display the file thumbprint.
    Option Description
    <filename> Existing file argument
    Example
    nsx> get file support-bundle-0.tgz thumbprint SHA1SUM: d0fc5c741bdc0be8eacce3e8f581b74c32bc4d62 SHA256SUM: 13cfaccbfc44193eaee3a729b6c4a810b276df6d8086fc82ed1720d23906473d
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get files
    Display information about the files in the filestore.
    Example
    nsx> get files Directory of filestore:/ -rw- 24950960 Feb 05 2016 05:59:23 UTC support-bundle-1.tgz -rw- 24932275 Feb 05 2016 05:58:46 UTC support-bundle-0.tgz
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get filesystem-stats
    Display the file system information.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get filesystem-stats Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev 7.9G 4.0K 7.9G 1% /dev tmpfs 1.6G 768K 1.6G 1% /run /dev/sda2 19G 2.2G 16G 13% / none 4.0K 0 4.0K 0% /sys/fs/cgroup none 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/lock none 7.9G 4.0K 7.9G 1% /run/shm none 100M 0 100M 0% /run/user /dev/mapper/nsx-repository 19G 302M 18G 2% /repository /dev/mapper/nsx-tmp 3.7G 8.0M 3.5G 1% /tmp /dev/sda1 945M 6.0M 874M 1% /boot /dev/mapper/nsx-config 19G 44M 18G 1% /config /dev/mapper/nsx-config__bak 19G 44M 18G 1% /config_bak /dev/mapper/nsx-image 19G 44M 18G 1% /image /dev/sda3 19G 44M 18G 1% /os_bak /dev/mapper/nsx-var+log 9.3G 623M 8.2G 7% /var/log
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> addrset name <string>
    Display the specified firewall address set for the logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    <string> Generic string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:.-]+)$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e addrset name srcep Addrset count: 1 Name : srcep Address(es) : 11.1.1.1,11.1.2.1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> addrset sets
    Display all the firewall address sets for the logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e addrset sets Addrset count: 2 Name : dstep Address(es) : 11.1.1.1,11.1.2.1 Name : srcep Address(es) : 10.1.1.1,10.1.1.10
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> connection
    Display the firewall connections on the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e connection Connection count: 1 0x00001c0c08000007: 192.168.130.254:57336 -> 172.16.10.11:80 (80.80.80.11:80) in protocol tcp state ESTABLISHED:ESTABLISHED
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> connection count
    Display the firewall connection count.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e connection count Connection count: 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> connection state
    Display the state of the firewall connections.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e connection state Connection count: 1 192.168.130.254:57101 -> 172.16.10.11:80 (80.80.80.11:80) in protocol tcp state ESTABLISHED:ESTABLISHED
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> interface stats
    Display firewall interface statistics for the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e interface stats Failed IP option : 0 Failed NAT translation : 0 Failed SYN proxy : 0 Failed Spoofguard : 0 Failed bad offset : 0 Failed bad timestamp : 0 Failed checksum : 0 Failed congestion : 0 Failed expected state : 0 Failed fragment : 0 Failed memory allocation : 0 Failed normalization : 0 Failed short header : 0 Failed source limit : 0 Failed state insertion : 0 Failed state limit : 0 Firewall deletions : 13 Firewall insertions : 15 Firewall lookups : 0 Found match : 67 Input bytes allowed : 5741 Input bytes dropped : 0 Input packets allowed : 61 Input packets dropped : 0 Number of state collisions : 0 Number of states : 2 Output bytes allowed : 12628 Output bytes dropped : 0 Output packets allowed : 138 Output packets dropped : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> ruleset [type <rule-type>] rules [<ruleset-detail>]
    Display firewall rules with expanded address sets for the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e ruleset rules DNAT rule count: 1 Rule ID : 2053 Rule : in protocol any from any to ip 80.80.80.11 dnat ip 172.16.10.11 SNAT rule count: 1 Rule ID : 2052 Rule : out protocol any from ip 172.16.10.11 to any snat ip 80.80.80.11
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> ruleset [type <rule-type>] stats
    Display firewall rule statistics for the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e ruleset stats DNAT rule count: 1 Rule ID : 2053 Input bytes : 1367 Output bytes : 2374 Input packets : 24 Output packets : 19 Evaluations : 8 Active connections : 1 SNAT rule count: 1 Rule ID : 2052 Input bytes : 4478 Output bytes : 6106 Input packets : 39 Output packets : 68 Evaluations : 7 Active connections : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> sync config
    Display the active/standby configuration for the firewall on the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e sync config HA mode : primary-active Firewall enabled : true Sync pending : false Bulk sync pending : false Last status: ok Local VTEP IP : 192.168.250.62 Peer VTEP IP : 192.168.250.63 Local SR : 56eead22-3bb9-4586-8de3-9412941f9116 Peer SR : 56eead22-3bb9-4586-8de3-9412941f9116
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> sync stats
    Display the firewall synchronization statistics.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e sync stats bad-action : 0 bad-c-delete : 0 bad-c-update : 0 bad-delete : 0 bad-header : 0 bad-len : 0 bad-request : 0 bad-rule-id : 0 bad-stale-c-update : 0 bad-stale-update : 0 bad-state-c-update : 0 bad-state-insert : 0 bad-state-update : 0 bad-total : 0 bad-ttl : 0 bad-update : 0 bad-val : 0 bad-version : 0 failed-module-insert : 0 failed-no-mem : 0 failed-no-module : 0 failed-output : 0 input-ipv4 : 5 output-ipv4 : 138 send-bulk-update : 0 send-c-delete : 13 send-c-update : 135 send-update : 0 state-c-delete : 0 state-c-update : 0 state-delete : 0 state-insert : 0 state-request : 2 state-update : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall <uuid> timeouts
    Display the fixed timeouts for connection events.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e timeouts Timeout count: 12 dfw.icmp.error_reply : 10 dfw.icmp.first_packet : 20 dfw.ip.frag : 30 dfw.tcp.closed : 5 dfw.tcp.closing : 900 dfw.tcp.established : 7200 dfw.tcp.fin_wait : 7 dfw.tcp.first_packet : 120 dfw.tcp.opening : 30 dfw.udp.first_packet : 60 dfw.udp.multiple : 60 dfw.udp.single : 30
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall addrset name <uuid>
    Display firewall addresses for the specified address set.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    host-1> get firewall addrset name 986cf106-b987-48bb-bdaa-8b55e1e82756 Address Count: 2 Address : ip 14.14.14.14 Address : ip 12.12.12.12
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get firewall addrset sets
    Display firewall address sets for the available virtual interface.
    Example
    host-1> get firewall addrset sets VIF ID : eni-d36ce980 Addrset Count : 1 Addrset UUID : 986cf106-b987-48bb-bdaa-8b55e1e82756 Address Count : 2 Address : 14.14.14.14 Address : 12.12.12.12
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get firewall exclude
    Display firewall exclude interfaces.
    Example
    host-1> get firewall exclude VIF count: 1 VIF ID : eni-d36ce980
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get firewall interfaces
    Display the logical router interfaces which have firewall rules.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall interfaces Interface : e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e VRF ID : 22 Type : UPLINK Sync enabled : true
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall interfaces sync
    Display sync configuration for logical router interfaces with firewall rules.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get firewall interfaces sync Total count: 1 Interface : e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e HA mode : primary-active Firewall enabled : true Sync pending : false Bulk sync pending : false Last status: ok Local VTEP IP : 192.168.250.62 Peer VTEP IP : 192.168.250.63 Local SR : 56eead22-3bb9-4586-8de3-9412941f9116 Peer Context : 56eead22-3bb9-4586-8de3-9412941f9116
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get firewall ipfix-containers
    Display firewall ipfix containers
    Example
    esx-1> get firewall ipfix-containers Firewall IPFIX Containers ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Container UUID VIF UUID daa4a875-9050... 1b78faa3-d8b9... 879e25c1-cf28... 14417daf-ce52... a0286cfe-73d2... 36124bcf-5bdf... 14417daf-ce52... e30a0072-1930... e5e6fee8-61f7...
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get firewall ipfix-filters
    Display firewall ipfix filters
    Example
    esx-1> get firewall ipfix-filters Firewall IPFIX Filters ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Filter Name VIF UUID e0b4c45b-7df8-40d5-a229-2b2a5be2d4d0 e0b4c45b-7df8... e30a0072-1930-48a0-adaa-9412e758eea7 e30a0072-1930...
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get firewall ipfix-profiles
    Display firewall ipfix profile configration
    Example
    esx-1> get firewall ipfix-profiles Firewall IPFIX Profiles ---------------------------------------------------------------------- UUID Priority Timeout Domain ID AppliedTo Count Collector UUID 0a988e9e-725d... 10 5 100 8 035cad05-0dc8... 6f25a736-646e... 0 3 1 2 188da901-1bd0...
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get firewall ipfix-stats
    Display firewall ipfix statistics
    Example
    esx-1> get firewall ipfix-stats Firewall IPFIX Statistics ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Collector config: 188da901-1bd0-402b-9b57-3521cb59910b IP address port # bytes sent sequence # sent errors 10.2.117.211 2828 38016 355 0 Collector config: 035cad05-0dc8-44a8-b320-d6ebb8112515 IP address port # bytes sent sequence # sent errors 2.2.2.2 200 344 0 0 1.1.1.1 100 344 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get firewall ipfix-vifmap
    Display firewall ipfix VIF mapping
    Example
    esx-1> get firewall ipfix-vifmap Firewall IPFIX VIF to Profile Mapping ---------------------------------------------------------------------- VIF UUID Profile UUID Priority Timeout Domain ID e0b4c45b-7df8... 6f25a736-646e... 0 3 1 e30a0072-1930... 6f25a736-646e... 0 3 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get firewall rule-stats
    Display firewall rule statistics
    Example
    esx-1> get firewall rule-stats Firewall Rule Statistics ---------------------------------------------------------------------- RuleId packets bytes sessions 2 118 8248 72 1024 52 4112 14
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get firewall rules
    Display the summary of firewall rules.
    Example
    host-1> get firewall rules VIF ID : eni-d36ce980 Rule Count : 2 Ruleset UUID : e83c8855-2541-4965-90dd-522435853409 Rule ID : 1025 Rule : inout protocol any from any to addrset 986cf106-b987-48bb-bdaa-8b55e1e82756 accept Rule ID : 2 Rule : inout protocol any from any to any accept Rule UUID : 8f03714c-4d60-48d2-9767-7654d90c079e Rule ID : 1 Rule : inout ethertype any stateless from any to any accept
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get forwarding
    Display forwarding information for the current interface. If the interface is a switch port, the MAC address table is displayed. If the interface is a router interface, the IP forwarding table is displayed.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get forwarding IP Neighbor Table: IP UUID MAC State Last Update Time IP Forwarding Table: IP Prefix Type UUID Gateway IP Gateway MAC 0.0.0.0/0 route 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a 169.0.0.2 80.80.80.11/32 route 3eb2d5aa-3d11-4de3-98df-3cdebf5094e0 100.64.1.3 100.64.1.0/32 route 01f737d3-a66a-5b14-9ff7-6fc64af6a613 100.64.1.0/31 route bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a 100.64.1.2/32 route 01f737d3-a66a-5b14-9ff7-6fc64af6a613 100.64.1.2/31 route 3eb2d5aa-3d11-4de3-98df-3cdebf5094e0 169.0.0.0/28 route 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a 169.0.0.1/32 route 01f737d3-a66a-5b14-9ff7-6fc64af6a613 172.16.10.0/24 route bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a 100.64.1.1 172.16.20.0/24 route bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a 100.64.1.1 172.16.30.0/24 route bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a 100.64.1.1 172.16.40.0/24 route 3eb2d5aa-3d11-4de3-98df-3cdebf5094e0 100.64.1.3 192.168.130.0/24 route 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a 169.0.0.2 192.168.130.3/32 route 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a 169.0.0.2 or nsx-edge-1(path)> get forwarding MAC Table: MAC UUID Source 02:50:56:00:00:00 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 controller 02:50:56:00:00:02 eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa controller 02:50:56:56:44:52 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 controller Replication Tunnels: UUID Local VTEP Remote VTEP MTEP 704d9577-39d4-5b7c-b890-5e5e0bba8d0e 192.168.250.62 192.168.250.63 False
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get forwarding [<prefix>]
    Display the forwarding table for the logical router in the VRF context. Optionally specify a prefix to display only the entry that matches that network.
    Option Description
    <prefix> Network Address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get forwarding Logical Router UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 1 1 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 IPv4 Forwarding Table IP Prefix Gateway IP Type UUID Gateway MAC 127.0.0.1/32 route 4b115e5f-1395-54c3-aaf0-0de5736f99df 172.20.1.0/24 route 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 172.20.1.60/32 route 4b115e5f-1395-54c3-aaf0-0de5736f99df 172.24.4.1/32 172.20.1.50 route 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 or nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get forwarding 172.16.110.0/24 Logical Router UUID VRF Name Type e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 1 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 IPv4 Forwarding Table IP Prefix Gateway IP Type UUID Gateway MAC 172.24.4.1/32 172.20.1.50 route 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6
    Mode
    VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get gateway certificate <ip-address>
    Dump the host's public cloud gateway certificate
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    host-1> get gateway certificate 13.14.41.34 Public Cloud Gateway : 13.14.41.34 Certificate Thumbprint : 2A0489D8990FFB51D9F72190FBCC4052E42BB31F
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get gateway certificates
    Dump the host's public cloud gateway certificates.
    Example
    host-1> get gateway certificates Public Cloud Gateway : 13.14.41.34 Certificate Thumbprint : 2A0489D8990FFB51D9F72190FBCC4052E42BB31F Public Cloud Gateway : 13.14.41.35 Certificate Thumbprint : 345489B8990FDB51D9A72190FB0A7042842BB32C
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get gateway connection status
    Dump the host's public cloud gateway connection status.
    Example
    host-1> get gateway connection status Public Cloud Gateway : 13.14.41.34:5555 Connection Status : ESTABLISHED Connection Time : Thu Jun 15 19:12:34 2017
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get gw-controller arp-table
    Dump public cloud gateway arp table for all logical switches
    Example
    nsx-public-cloud-gateway> get gw-controller arp-table Logical switch UUID: b15e32de-5c02-4b12-999b-86595e3bfa46 VNI: 19338 VM IP VM MAC 10.10.50.21 06:95:92:91:ba:0c Logical switch UUID: e06e6d13-4ecf-4469-9cb7-a173b5656357 VNI: 19336 VM IP VM MAC 10.10.20.35 06:50:29:90:7f:be 10.10.20.27 06:5e:57:1f:c4:34
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    get gw-controller connections
    Dump public cloud gateway connections
    Example
    nsx-public-cloud-gateway> get gw-controller connections ConnectionId Remote IP Endpoint 0 10.10.4.226 ccp 1 127.0.0.1 edge-nsx-agent 6 10.10.4.65 i-0c61c378b52c1588c 7 10.10.4.247 i-05e1618bdffb8e521 8 10.10.4.170 i-0b28602753dbf4e51
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    get gw-controller vm-certificate <vm-id>
    Display public cloud VM certificate
    Option Description
    <vm-id> VM ID
    Example
    nsx-public-cloud-gateway>get gw-controller vm-certificate i-00dd27a50b99b29b6 [{'ID': 'i-00dd27a50b99b29b6', 'Thumbprint': '9EB31557EE6B4733E588F4CA51449707132DDC79'}]
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    get gw-controller vm-certificates
    Display all public cloud VM certificates
    Example
    nsx-public-cloud-gateway> get gw-controller vm-certificates ID Thumbprint i-00dd27a50b99b29b6 9EB31557EE6B4733E588F4CA51449707132DDC79 i-05e1618bdffb8e521 2966DCA6F755D04FA87625A18A2671460A753A9E
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    get gw-controller vm-state
    Display public cloud VM state for all VMs
    Example
    nsx-public-cloud-gateway> get gw-controller vm-state ID InstanceName State Quarantine Valid i-00275186c5eab8d1e vm1-test-1 VM_STATE_NORMAL QUARANTINE_STATE_NORMAL TRUE i-00dd27a50b99b29b6 vm2-test-2 VM_STATE_NORMAL QUARANTINE_STATE_NORMAL TRUE
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    get gw-controller vm-state <vm-id>
    Display public cloud VM state for specific VM
    Option Description
    <vm-id> VM ID
    Example
    nsx-public-cloud-gateway>get gw-controller vm-state i-0c61c378b52c1588c ID: i-0c61c378b52c1588c Config: Name: vm-10-overlay-test-5 VM ID: i-0c61c378b52c1588c Power State: POWER_STATE_ON Desired version: Interfaces: {'attachment_id': 'eni-b0dd8c8c', 'mac_address_string': '06:95:92:91:ba:0c', 'Secondary_IP': [], 'Tags': [{'value': 'b15e32de-5c02-4b12-999b-86595e3bfa46', 'key': 'nsx:network'}], 'IP': '10.10.4.65', 'Name': u'', 'Device index': '0', 'MAC address': '06:95:92:91:ba:0c', 'ID': 'eni-b0dd8c8c', 'NSX assigned IP': []} Tags: {'value': 'vm-10-overlay-test-5', 'key': 'Name'} {'value': 'vpc-7d0fea1b', 'key': 'aws:vpc'} {'value': 'us-west-2b', 'key': 'aws:availabilityzone'} VM Services: [] Quarantine state: QUARANTINE_STATE_NORMAL SystemTags: [] VM Security groups: [{'Security group': 'sg-6e300315'}] VM Identifiers: [{'value': 'vpc-7d0fea1b', 'key': 'vpc-id'}] State: {'timestamp(ms)': '0', 'VM Version': '2.0.0.0.0.5706753', 'VM OS Version': '14.04', 'VM OS Type': 'UBUNTU', 'State': 'VM_STATE_NORMAL'} ActiveConn: 14 Valid: 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control report [file <filename> [all]]
    Display the mandatory access control report for possible policy violations. Specify the file argument to write the information to a file with the specified file name. The report is written to this file in a concise format. You can specify the all argument to have a verbose report, which includes exact log messages.
    Option Description
    <filename> Name of file to generate, for example report-bundle.tgz
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control report ACTION OPERATION PROFILE DENIED Capable /usr/sbin/tcpdump DENIED Capable /sbin/dhclient nsx-edge-1> get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control report file report.tar.gz report.tar.gz created, use the following command to transfer the file: copy file report.tar.gz url <url> After transferring report.tar.gz, extract it using: tar xzf report.tar.gz nsx-edge-1> get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control report file report_all.tar.gz all report_all.tar.gz created, use the following command to transfer the file: copy file report_all.tar.gz url <url> After transferring report.tar.gz, extract it using: tar xzf report_all.tar.gz
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control status
    This command gets the current status of mandatory access control. Usage for the command is get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control status
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get hardening-policy mandatory-access-control status Mandatory Access Control is enabled.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability channel local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address>
    Display information about the specified high-availability channel.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability channel local-ip 30.0.246.232 remote-ip 30.0.29.0 High-Availability Channel Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Channel_if_uuid : 0f02ccfe-0cbf-524a-ba32-6bedaa0429ec Channel_sessions : 1 Channel_state : SYN Ctl_req_seq : 1 Egress_inst_id : b75cdf09-e71f-4574-960a-45f7cc43300b Ingress_inst_id : 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Last_tx : 0x1eff538 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Next_tx : 0x1eff894 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability channel local-ip <ip-address> remote-ip <ip-address> stats
    Display statistics for the specified high-availability channel.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability channel local-ip 30.0.246.232 remote-ip 30.0.29.0 stats High-Availability Session Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Rx_ack_packets : 0 Rx_drop : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_inst_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_intf_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_ip_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_len_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_too_short : 0 Rx_drop_seq_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_wait_syn_ack : 0 Rx_packets : 0 Tx_drop : 0 Tx_error : 0 Tx_packets : 754
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability channels
    Display information about high-availability channels.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability channels High-Availability Channel Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Channel_if_uuid : 0f02ccfe-0cbf-524a-ba32-6bedaa0429ec Channel_sessions : 1 Channel_state : SYN Ctl_req_seq : 1 Egress_inst_id : b75cdf09-e71f-4574-960a-45f7cc43300b Ingress_inst_id : 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Last_tx : 0x1eb115c Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Next_tx : 0x1eb1512 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability channels stats
    Display statistics for the high-availability channels.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-avaiability channels stats High-Availability Session Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Rx_ack_packets : 0 Rx_drop : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_inst_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_intf_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_ip_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_len_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_too_short : 0 Rx_drop_seq_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_wait_syn_ack : 0 Rx_packets : 0 Tx_drop : 0 Tx_error : 0 Tx_packets : 476
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability history state
    Display the high availability state history for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get high-availability history state State : Down Event : Init Resources : Time : 2016-02-02 18:41:22.80 State : Active Event : Node Up Resources : 0 Time : 2016-02-02 18:41:26.91
    Mode
    Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability session local-service-id <service-id> peer-service-id <service-id>
    Display information about the specified high-availability session.
    Option Description
    <service-id> Service id (0-65535)
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability session local-service-id 5 peer-service-id 5 High-Availability Session Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Last_tx : 0x0 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Local_service_id : 5 Next_tx : 0x0 Nsxa_req_ha_state : 1 Nsxa_req_msg_type : 0 Peer_ha_state : 255 Peer_service_id : 5 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Req_seq : 1 Req_state : active Service_type : service-router
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability session local-service-id <service-id> peer-service-id <service-id> stats
    Display statistics for the specified high-availability session.
    Option Description
    <service-id> Service id (0-65535)
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability session local-service-id 5 peer-service-id 5 High-Availability Session Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Last_tx : 0x0 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Local_service_id : 5 Next_tx : 0x0 Nsxa_req_ha_state : 1 Nsxa_req_msg_type : 0 Peer_ha_state : 255 Peer_service_id : 5 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Req_seq : 1 Req_state : active Service_type : service-router
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions
    Display information about high-availability sessions.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions High-Availability Session Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Last_tx : 0x0 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Local_service_id : 5 Next_tx : 0x0 Nsxa_req_ha_state : 1 Nsxa_req_msg_type : 0 Peer_ha_state : 255 Peer_service_id : 5 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Req_seq : 1 Req_state : active Service_type : service-router
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions remote-ip <ip-address>
    Display information about high-availability sessions by remote-ip of the channel
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions remote-ip 30.0.29.0 High-Availability Session Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Last_tx : 0x0 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Local_service_id : 5 Next_tx : 0x0 Nsxa_req_ha_state : 1 Nsxa_req_msg_type : 0 Peer_ha_state : 255 Peer_service_id : 5 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Req_seq : 1 Req_state : active Service_type : service-router
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type>
    Display information about high-availability sessions by service-type.
    Option Description
    <service-type> Service type argument is one of {service-router}
    Allowed values: service-router
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions service-type service-router High-Availability Session Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Last_tx : 0x0 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Local_service_id : 5 Next_tx : 0x0 Nsxa_req_ha_state : 1 Nsxa_req_msg_type : 0 Peer_ha_state : 255 Peer_service_id : 5 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Req_seq : 1 Req_state : active Service_type : service-router
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> remote-ip <ip-address>
    Display information about high-availability sessions by service-type and remote-ip of the channel
    Option Description
    <service-type> Service type argument is one of {service-router}
    Allowed values: service-router
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions service-type service-router remote-ip 30.0.29.0 High-Availability Session Cfg_flags : 0x00000000 Last_tx : 0x0 Local_address : 30.0.246.232 Local_service_id : 5 Next_tx : 0x0 Nsxa_req_ha_state : 1 Nsxa_req_msg_type : 0 Peer_ha_state : 255 Peer_service_id : 5 Remote_address : 30.0.29.0 Req_seq : 1 Req_state : active Service_type : service-router
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> stats
    Display statistics for the high-availability sessions of specified service-type.
    Option Description
    <service-type> Service type argument is one of {service-router}
    Allowed values: service-router
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability session service-type service-router stats High-Availability Session Local_service_id : 5 Peer_service_id : 5 Rx_ack_packets : 0 Rx_drop : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_inst_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_intf_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_ip_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_len_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_too_short : 0 Rx_drop_seq_unmatch : 0 Rx_packets : 0 Rx_packets_to_conf_thread : 0 Service_type : service-router Tx_drop : 0 Tx_error : 0 Tx_packets : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> sync complete
    Displays any high-availability sessions of a given type who have completed synchronization with peer
    Option Description
    <service-type> Service type argument is one of {service-router}
    Allowed values: service-router
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions service-type service-router sync complete Total : 2 UUID : e371701a-3e7d-4173-a0fc-7311d70f50e6 Type : TIER1 State : Active UUID : 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 Type : TIER1 State : Standby
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> sync in-progress
    Displays any high-availability sessions of a given type who have not yet completed synchronization with peer
    Option Description
    <service-type> Service type argument is one of {service-router}
    Allowed values: service-router
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions service-type service-router sync in-progress Total : 2 UUID : e371701a-3e7d-4173-a0fc-7311d70f50e6 Type : TIER1 State : Active, waiting for peer to confirm UUID : 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 Type : TIER1 State : Down
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions service-type <service-type> sync summary
    Display the synchronization status of high-availability sessions of a given type on current node
    Option Description
    <service-type> Service type argument is one of {service-router}
    Allowed values: service-router
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability service-type service-router sync summary Overview Sync in progress: 2 Sync done : 100 All sync done : false
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability sessions stats
    Display statistics for the high-availability sessions.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get high-availability sessions stats High-Availability Global Counters Ha_sessions : 1 Nsxa_err_msg_receive_count : 0 Nsxa_msg_receive_count : 0 Nsxa_notify_count : 0 Nsxa_notify_drop_count : 0 Rx_drop_bad_csum : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_count : 0 Rx_drop_intf_type : 0 Rx_drop_non_app : 0 Rx_drop_non_udp : 0 Rx_drop_null_app_peer_session : 0 Rx_drop_null_app_session : 0 Rx_drop_null_intf : 0 Rx_drop_runt_pkt : 0 Rx_drop_udp_len : 0 Tx_drop_count : 0 Tx_drop_no_route : 0 High-Availability Session Local_service_id : 5 Peer_service_id : 5 Rx_ack_packets : 0 Rx_drop : 0 Rx_drop_bad_version : 0 Rx_drop_inst_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_intf_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_ip_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_len_unmatch : 0 Rx_drop_pkt_too_short : 0 Rx_drop_seq_unmatch : 0 Rx_packets : 0 Rx_packets_to_conf_thread : 0 Service_type : service-router Tx_drop : 0 Tx_error : 0 Tx_packets : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get high-availability status
    Display the high availability status for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier1_sr)> get high-availability status Service Router UUID : 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 state : Active type : TIER1 mode : A/S failover mode : Non-preemptive rank : 0 HA ports state UUID : 733d7ed3-1daa-4c28-bc0a-77e3736fea14 op_state : Up addresses : 169.0.0.2/28
    Mode
    Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> dvport <dvport-id> ipfix setting
    Display IPFIX setting on the specified DVPort of the specified host switch
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <dvport-id> DVPort identifier
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch dvport cdb36fdd-a3ec-494e-9b7b-60a8c6af5b70 ipfix setting Host IPFIX setting -------------------------------------------------------------------------- activeTimeout : 8 idleTimeout : 15 sampleRate : 1000 obsDomainID : 0 sourceIP : 0.0.0.0 internalFlowsOnly : 0 virtualObsID : collectors : 192.168.7.3 5003
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> dvport <dvport-id> mcast-filter
    Display the mcast filter mode for the specified host switch and dvPort
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <dvport-id> DVPort identifier
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch dvport 73c6d671-32e0-4e74-95a0-bf604c0e0669 mcast-filter Host Switch DVPort Mcast Filter Entry --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legacy Filter Entry =========================================================================== 33:33:ff:69:ae:cd 33:33:00:00:00:01 01:00:5e:00:00:01 IGMP Filter Entry =========================================================================== 224.1.1.2 MLD Filter Entry ===========================================================================
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> dvport <dvport-id> mcast-filter <entry-mode> <entry-group>
    Display the mcast filter stata of the specified entry
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <dvport-id> DVPort identifier
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <entry-mode> Mode of a mcast filter entry
    Allowed values: igmp, mld
    <entry-group> Group address of a mcast filter entry
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Fa-f0-9.:]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch dvport 73c6d671-32e0-4e74-95a0-bf604c0e0669 mcast-filter igmp 224.1.1.2 Host Switch DVPort Mcast Filter Entry Status --------------------------------------------------------------------------- VNI : 41864 version : 3 srcIPFilterMode : INCLUDE updateTime : 35 srcIPs : 192.168.1.4 192.168.1.5
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> ipfix stats
    Display IPFIX stats on the specified host switch
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch ipfix stats Host IPFIX stats -------------------------------------------------------------------------- flows : 0 currentFlows : 0 pktsSent : 10 pktsSenterrors : 0 sampleok : 0 ipv4ok : 0 ipv6ok : 0 sampleerrors : 0 unsupportedproto : 4 ipv4errors : 0 ipv6errors : 0 etherrors : 0 inputiferrors : 0 outputiferrors : 0 allocerrors : 0 ipv4headererrors : 0 ipv6headererrors : 0 ipv4unsupportedproto: 0 ipv6unsupportedproto: 0 ipv4missingfrags : 0 ipv6missingfrags : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> mcast-filter
    Display the mcast filter mode for the specified host switch.
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get Host-switch nsxvswitch mcast-filter Host Switch Mcast Filter --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mode : Snooping
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> mirror-session <mirror-session-id>
    Display the stats of mirror on the specified host switch.
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <mirror-session-id> Mirror session identifier UUID
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch mirror-session a779b62e-7711-47ad-8d54- 5cb166d061af Mirror Session ======================================================= UUID :a779b62e-7711-47ad-8d54-5cb166d061af Direction :Both Snap Length :0 Source :9484c882-76e6-4f9e-85c4-087968963769;34b19ace-8396-4dd2- 9b92-5867b1bf30ef;vmnic1(Encap) Destination :79b8f233-4c22-49ce-b270-3802796de856
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> mirror-sessions
    Display the mirror settings on the specified host switch.
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch mirror-sessions Mirror Session Summary ============================================================ Mirror UUID Direction Snap Length a779b62e-7711-47ad-8d54-5cb166d061af Both 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch <host-switch-name> uplink <uplink> ipfix setting
    Display IPFIX setting on the specified uplink of the specified host switch
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <uplink> Uplink identifier
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    Example
    esx-1> get host-switch nsxvswitch uplink vmnic1 ipfix setting Host IPFIX setting -------------------------------------------------------------------------- activeTimeout : 8 idleTimeout : 15 sampleRate : 1000 obsDomainID : 0 sourceIP : 0.0.0.0 internalFlowsOnly : 0 virtualObsID : Uplink-0x03000002 collectors : 192.168.7.3 5003
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get host-switch vlan-table
    Display VLAN table for the host switch.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get host-switch vlan-table VLAN : 100 MAC : 02:50:56:00:00:03 Ingress Port name : fp-eth0 ID : 0 Egress Port port : 783a05cd-033d-4891-ad11-7c082641e069 ifuid : 274 VLAN : 250 MAC : 04:00:c0:a8:fa:a2 Ingress Port name : fp-eth1 ID : 1 Egress Port port : 7bd1dd3d-97eb-5312-9d0d-b26c148a4fac ifuid : 296
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get host-switches
    Display information about all host switches.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get host-switches Host Switch : 8d4c2128-e748-4878-8314-ad8414f7f943 Switch Name : vlanswitch Transport Zone : 4e9a90b7-96de-4102-a9bf-1f3733eb3375 Physical Port : fp-eth0 Uplink Name : uplink1 Host Switch : d7ea327f-2569-4b1c-b7cf-8cd4c85ebb18 Switch Name : hostswitch Transport Zone : 9bc2392d-b7ee-4cf9-9200-7d082f199aef Physical Port : fp-eth1 Uplink Name : uplink1 Transport VLAN : 250 Default Gateway : 192.168.250.1 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 Local VTEP Device : fp-eth1 Local VTEP IP : 192.168.250.162
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get hostname
    Display the system hostname.
    Example
    nsx> get hostname nsx
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get hugepage
    Display hugepage information, including total system memory, hugepage sizes supported and hugepage pools.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get hugepage Total system memory 3949 MB Hugepage sizes supported 2097152 Hugepage pools Size Minimum Current Maximum Default 2097152 987 987 987 *
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get hyperbus app-id <string> cif-config
    Get CIF configuration by AppID
    Option Description
    <string> Application ID
    Allowed pattern: ^.*$
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get hyperbus cif-table
    Get CIF configuration cache table
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get hyperbus logical-switch-port <logical-switch-port-ID> cif-config
    Get CIF configuration by logical switch port ID
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-port-ID> Logical switch port ID
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get hyperbus vif-id <vif-ID> lip
    Get LIP by VIF ID
    Option Description
    <vif-ID> VIF ID
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get hyperbus vif-lip-table
    Get VIF LIP table
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get interface <interface-name>
    Display information about the specified network interface.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    Example
    nsx> get interface eth0 Interface: eth0 Address: 192.168.110.108/24 MAC address: 00:50:56:8e:13:51 MTU: 1500 Default gateway: 192.168.110.1 Broadcast address: 192.168.110.255 Link status: up Admin status: up RX packets: 1634378 RX bytes: 333335650 RX errors: 0 RX dropped: 276 TX packets: 1441590 TX bytes: 286624283 TX errors: 0 TX dropped: 0 TX collisions: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Manager

    get interface <interface-name>
    Display information about the specified network interface.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> get interface eth0 Interface: eth0 Address: 192.168.110.111/24 MAC address: 00:50:56:8e:e8:2e MTU: 1500 Default gateway: 192.168.110.1 Broadcast address: 0.0.0.0 Link status: up Admin status: up RX packets: 66493 RX bytes: 12712191 RX errors: 0 RX dropped: 0 TX packets: 58436 TX bytes: 15051574 TX errors: 0 TX dropped: 0 TX collisions: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get interfaces
    Display interface information for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(vrf)> get interfaces UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 0 0 R1 TUNNEL interfaces interface : 9fd3c667-32db-5921-aaad-7a88c80b5e9f ifuid : 258 mode : blackhole interface : 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed ifuid : 261 mode : lif IP/Mask : 142.134.61.36/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : untagged LS port : 238d7422-e488-5cee-9639-1894b8ab56e2 urpf-mode : NONE admin : up MTU : 1600 interface : f322c6ca-4298-568b-81c7-a006ba6e6c88 ifuid : 257 mode : cpu
    Mode
    VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get interfaces
    Display information about all network interfaces.
    Example
    nsx-edge> get interfaces Interface: eth0 Address: 192.168.110.111/24 MAC address: 00:50:56:8e:e8:2e MTU: 1500 Default gateway: 192.168.110.1 Broadcast address: 0.0.0.0 Link status: up Admin status: up RX packets: 66307 RX bytes: 12698263 RX errors: 0 RX dropped: 0 TX packets: 58340 TX bytes: 15041724 TX errors: 0 TX dropped: 0 TX collisions: 0 Interface: lo Address: 127.0.0.1/8 MTU: 65536 Link status: up Admin status: up RX packets: 221628 RX bytes: 54868485 RX errors: 0 RX dropped: 0 TX packets: 221628 TX bytes: 54868485 TX errors: 0 TX dropped: 0 TX collisions: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get interfaces
    Display information about all network interfaces.
    Example
    nsx> get interfaces Interface: eth0 Address: 192.168.110.108/24 MAC address: 00:50:56:8e:13:51 MTU: 1500 Default gateway: 192.168.110.1 Broadcast address: 192.168.110.255 Link status: up Admin status: up RX packets: 1636181 RX bytes: 333661267 RX errors: 0 RX dropped: 276 TX packets: 1443225 TX bytes: 286925131 TX errors: 0 TX dropped: 0 TX collisions: 0 Interface: lo Address: 127.0.0.1/8 MTU: 65536 Link status: up Admin status: up RX packets: 10410417 RX bytes: 2281216307 RX errors: 0 RX dropped: 0 TX packets: 10410417 TX bytes: 2281216307 TX errors: 0 TX dropped: 0 TX collisions: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Manager

    get interfaces stats
    Display the interface statistics for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get interfaces stats Logical Router UUID : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 VRF : 1 LR-ID : 1 name : R2 type : SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 Statistics Interface Type RX PKTS TX PKTS RX BYTES TX BYTES RX Drops TX Drops b83cb77f-ca34-595c-a3e1-76278f0dcb00 blackhole 0 0 0 0 0 0 4b115e5f-1395-54c3-aaf0-0de5736f99df cpu 8 0 648 0 8 0 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 lif 5601 11 1915542 462 5601 0 081e2e50-2f0e-42e1-8764-80a127dd3918 lif 0 0 0 0 0 0 00003300-0000-0000-0000-000000000002 loopback 8 0 648 0 8 0 Total 5617 11 1916838 462 5617 0
    Mode
    VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get lldp config
    Displays LLDP configuration on all devices.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get lldp config Device Name : eth0 Tx : enabled Rx : enabled Tx Interval : 30 Device Name : eth1 Tx : disabled Rx : enabled Tx Interval : 30
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get lldp config <interface-name>
    Displays LLDP configuration given device.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> LLDP interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get lldp config eth0 Device Name : eth0 Tx : enabled Rx : enabled Tx Interval : 30
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get lldp neighbors
    Displays LLDP Neighbor information on all devices.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get lldp neighbors Device : eth0 Neighbor Count : 1 Neighbors Neighbor : eth0/0:50:56:b7:7f:47 Life Time : 111 System Name : NSX ESG System Desc : NSX Edge Services Gateway System Cap : ['Router'] Enabled Cap : ['Router'] Chassis Id : eth0 Port Id : 0:50:56:b7:7f:47 Port Desc : management iface Mgmt Address Address : 10.172.139.51 Addr Family : IPv4 Iface Number : 2 Iface Type : 2 MAC PHY Status AutoNeg : supported AutoNeg Status: enabled PMDAutoNeg : supported PMDAutoNeg Status: not-enabled MAU Type : 16 Power via MDI Port Class : PSE Power Source : supported PSE MDI State : enabled PSE Pair Ctrl : yes PSE Pair : 1 PSE Class : 2 Link Aggregation Aggr Capability: yes Aggr Status : enabled Aggr Port Id : 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get lldp neighbors <interface-name>
    Displays LLDP Neighbor information on given device.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> LLDP interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get lldp neighbors eth0 Device : eth0 Neighbor Count : 1 Neighbors Neighbor : eth0/0:50:56:b7:7f:47 Life Time : 111 System Name : NSX ESG System Desc : NSX Edge Services Gateway System Cap : ['Router'] Enabled Cap : ['Router'] Chassis Id : eth0 Port Id : 0:50:56:b7:7f:47 Port Desc : management iface Mgmt Address Address : 10.172.139.51 Addr Family : IPv4 Iface Number : 2 Iface Type : 2 MAC PHY Status AutoNeg : supported AutoNeg Status: enabled PMDAutoNeg : supported PMDAutoNeg Status: not-enabled MAU Type : 16 Power via MDI Port Class : PSE Power Source : supported PSE MDI State : enabled PSE Pair Ctrl : yes PSE Pair : 1 PSE Class : 2 Link Aggregation Aggr Capability: yes Aggr Status : enabled Aggr Port Id : 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get lldp stats
    Displays LLDP Statistics on all devices.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get lldp stats TX Total : 36 TX Errors : 0 RX Total : 36 RX Errors : 0 RX Discards : 0 RX Deletes : 0 Device : eth0 Tx Total : 36 Tx Errors : 0 Device : eth0 Rx Total : 36 Rx Valid : 36 Rx Errors : 0 Rx Discards : 0 Rx Deletes : 0 Neighbor : eth0/0:50:56:b7:7f:47 Rx Total : 36 Rx Valid : 36 Rx Discards : 0 Rx TLV Errors : 0 Rx TLV Unrecognized: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get lldp stats <interface-name>
    Displays LLDP Statistics on given device.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> LLDP interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get lldp stats eth0 TX Total : 36 TX Errors : 0 RX Total : 36 RX Errors : 0 RX Discards : 0 RX Deletes : 0 Device : eth0 Tx Total : 36 Tx Errors : 0 Device : eth0 Rx Total : 36 Rx Valid : 36 Rx Errors : 0 Rx Discards : 0 Rx Deletes : 0 Neighbor : eth0/0:50:56:b7:7f:47 Rx Total : 36 Rx Valid : 36 Rx Discards : 0 Rx TLV Errors : 0 Rx TLV Unrecognized: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get log-file <filename>
    Display the contents of the specified log file.
    Option Description
    <filename> Log file name
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get log-file manager.log 2016-10-24 05:11:50.292 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/connections?columns=name,user Entity Body : <{Accept=[application/json]}> method: GET 2016-10-24 05:11:50.312 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/connections?columns=name,user Response Body : [Lcom.vmware.nsx.management.messaging.rabbitmq.Connection;@59e806a2 method : GET 2016-10-24 05:11:50.312 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/users Entity Body : <{Accept=[application/json]}> method: GET 2016-10-24 05:11:50.354 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/users Response Body : [Lcom.vmware.nsx.management.messaging.rabbitmq.Account;@5307ed29 method : GET 2016-10-24 05:11:55.298 UTC INFO increment-barrier-timer RealizationStateBarrierServiceImpl - SYSTEM [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Incremented realization state barrier number to 122598 2016-10-24 05:11:55.674 UTC INFO Event Processor for GatewaySender_AsyncEventQueue_txLogEventQueue TxLogAsyncEventListener - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Gets 1 events to process. 2016-10-24 05:11:55.674 UTC INFO Event Processor for GatewaySender_AsyncEventQueue_txLogEventQueue GemFireTxLogDao - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Start processing transaction ID: bc323257-86ca-4be5-92d4-d70edec29266, number of ops: 1. 2016-10-24 05:11:55.679 UTC INFO Event Processor for GatewaySender_AsyncEventQueue_txLogEventQueue GemFireTxLogDao - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Transaction done. Processing time: 5 ms. . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get log-file <filename> follow
    Display the last 10 lines of the specified log file and all new messages that are written to the log file.
    Option Description
    <filename> Log file name
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get log-file manager.log follow 2016-10-24 05:11:50.292 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/connections?columns=name,user Entity Body : <{Accept=[application/json]}> method: GET 2016-10-24 05:11:50.312 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/connections?columns=name,user Response Body : [Lcom.vmware.nsx.management.messaging.rabbitmq.Connection;@59e806a2 method : GET 2016-10-24 05:11:50.312 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/users Entity Body : <{Accept=[application/json]}> method: GET 2016-10-24 05:11:50.354 UTC INFO MaintenanceSyncTimer RestRequestImpl - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] URL : https://localhost:15671/api/users Response Body : [Lcom.vmware.nsx.management.messaging.rabbitmq.Account;@5307ed29 method : GET 2016-10-24 05:11:55.298 UTC INFO increment-barrier-timer RealizationStateBarrierServiceImpl - SYSTEM [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Incremented realization state barrier number to 122598 2016-10-24 05:11:55.674 UTC INFO Event Processor for GatewaySender_AsyncEventQueue_txLogEventQueue TxLogAsyncEventListener - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Gets 1 events to process. 2016-10-24 05:11:55.674 UTC INFO Event Processor for GatewaySender_AsyncEventQueue_txLogEventQueue GemFireTxLogDao - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Start processing transaction ID: bc323257-86ca-4be5-92d4-d70edec29266, number of ops: 1. 2016-10-24 05:11:55.679 UTC INFO Event Processor for GatewaySender_AsyncEventQueue_txLogEventQueue GemFireTxLogDao - - [nsx comp="nsx-manager" subcomp="manager"] Transaction done. Processing time: 5 ms. . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logging-servers
    Display logging server configuration.
    Example
    nsx> get logging-servers 192.168.110.60 proto udp level info facility syslog messageid SYSTEM,FABRIC 192.168.110.60 proto udp level info facility auth,user
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 LR-Id LR-Name Hosts[] Service-Controller Router-Type ClusterId UUID 0x5 SR-46740ffe-9bf1-406e-816d-e200a45f0707 192.168.110.111 192.168.110.108 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER1 00002000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001 db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 192.168.110.112
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router <uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-router 091a05dc-8080-41a2-a56f-baf6d32fb512 Logical Router ================================================== UUID : 091a05dc-8080-41a2-a56f-baf6d32fb512 ID : 32769 Ports : 100.64.1.1/31 (02:50:56:00:00:03) 172.16.30.1/24 (02:50:56:56:44:52) 172.16.10.1/24 (02:50:56:56:44:52) 172.16.20.1/24 (02:50:56:56:44:52)
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-router <uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 Logical Router ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VDR UUID : d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 LIF number : 4 Route number : 7 State : ['Enabled'] Controller IP : 192.168.110.108 Control plane IP : 192.168.210.51 Control plane active : True Next hop number : 1 Generation number : 0 Edge active : False
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-router <uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 Logical Router UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type Ports 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 0 0 R1 TUNNEL 3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> arp stats
    Display the ARP table and ARP statistics for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 arp stats Logical Router UUID : d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 VRF : 6 LR-ID : 6 name : R3 type : DISTRIBUTED_ROUTER arp interface : c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae IP : 172.16.130.13 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:3e:0b state : perm statistics TX-Packets : 0 TX-Fails : 0 TX-Solicits : 0 TX-Solicit-Fails : 0 RX-Solicits : 0 RX-Unsolicits : 0 interface : f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b IP : 169.0.0.2 MAC : 02:50:56:00:00:05 state : reach timeout : 325 statistics TX-Packets : 1 TX-Fails : 0 TX-Solicits : 239 TX-Solicit-Fails : 0 RX-Solicits : 241 RX-Unsolicits : 0 interface : be290c92-74ed-437c-bbf1-dd78673b6a5a IP : 172.16.120.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:15:e5 state : reach timeout : 378 statistics TX-Packets : 6 TX-Fails : 0 TX-Solicits : 261 TX-Solicit-Fails : 0 RX-Solicits : 233 RX-Unsolicits : 0 interface : 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 IP : 172.16.110.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:91:12 state : perm statistics TX-Packets : 0 TX-Fails : 0 TX-Solicits : 0 TX-Solicit-Fails : 0 RX-Solicits : 0 RX-Unsolicits : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 arp-table Logical Router UUID : d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 VRF : 6 LR-ID : 6 name : R3 type : DISTRIBUTED_ROUTER arp interface : c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae IP : 172.16.130.13 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:3e:0b state : perm interface : f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b IP : 169.0.0.2 MAC : 02:50:56:00:00:05 state : reach timeout : 7 interface : be290c92-74ed-437c-bbf1-dd78673b6a5a IP : 172.16.120.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:15:e5 state : reach timeout : 24 interface : 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 IP : 172.16.110.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:91:12 state : perm
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> arp-table
    Display arp entry information (ARP cache) for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 arp-table Logical Routers Neighbors -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Flags Legend: [S: Static], [V: Valid], [P: Proxy], [I: Interface] [N: Nascent], [L: Local], [D: Deleted], [K: linKlif] Network Mac Flags Expiry SrcPort Refcnt Lif UUID ============================================================================================================== 172.16.130.1 02:50:56:56:44:52 VI permanent 0 1 c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae 172.16.120.1 02:50:56:56:44:52 VI permanent 0 1 be290c92-74ed-437c-bbf1-dd78673b6a5a 169.0.0.1 02:50:56:56:44:52 VI permanent 0 1 f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b 169.0.0.2 02:50:56:00:00:05 V 498 83886128 2 f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b 172.16.110.1 02:50:56:56:44:52 VI permanent 0 1 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 172.16.110.11 00:50:56:8e:91:12 VL 488 83886132 18 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-router <uuid> bfd-config
    Display parameters defined in global logical router BFD
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> get logical-router 463c9dd1-986b-4947-895b-1126bd53abc8 bfd-config Logical Router UUID : d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 vrf : 6 lr-id : 6 name : R1 type : SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 BFD global configuration Enabled : True Min RX Interval: 1000 Min TX Interval: 1000 Min RX TTL : 255 Multiplier : 3 Port : 4451c48f-8cff-4444-8e10-bff403783dca BFD session configuration Source : 192.168.50.1 Peer : 192.168.50.10 Enabled : True Min RX Interval: 1000 Min TX Interval: 1000 RX TTL : 255 Multiplier : 3 Source : 192.168.50.1 Peer : 192.168.50.20 Enabled : True Min RX Interval: 3000 Min TX Interval: 3000 RX TTL : 255 Multiplier : 5
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bfd-sessions [stats]
    Display BFD sessions in a logical router
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> get logical-router 463c9dd1-986b-4947-895b-1126bd53abc8 bfd-session BFD Session Dest_port : 3784 Diag : No Diagnostic Encap : vlan Forwarding : last false (current false) Interface : 4451c48f-8cff-4444-8e10-bff403783dca Last_cp_diag : No Diagnostic Last_cp_rmt_diag : No Diagnostic Last_cp_rmt_state : admin_down Last_cp_state : admin_down Last_fwd_state : NONE Local_address : 192.168.50.1 Local_discr : 2830404107 Min_rx_ttl : 255 Multiplier : 5 Prev_failure_diag : No Diagnostic Received_remote_diag : No Diagnostic Received_remote_state : down Remote_address : 192.168.50.20 Remote_admin_down : false Remote_diag : No Diagnostic Remote_discr : 0 Remote_min_rx_interval : 0 Remote_min_tx_interval : 0 Remote_multiplier : 0 Remote_state : down Rx_cfg_min : 3000 Rx_interval : 3000 Session_type : LR_PORT State : down Tx_cfg_min : 3000 Tx_interval : 3000
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp
    Display all BGP learned routes.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 6db331c1-4aea-48f0-85ec-bd9c3ac30eb0 bgp Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf MED AS Path * 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 ! * 10.10.10.0/24 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 I * 172.16.110.0/24 169.0.0.1 100 0 ! * 172.16.120.0/24 169.0.0.1 100 0 ! * 172.16.130.0/24 169.0.0.1 100 0 !
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp community <bgp-community>
    Display all BGP NLRI matching the community.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <bgp-community> BGP community argument, either NO_EXPORT, NO_ADVERTISE, NO_EXPORT_SUBCONFED or community in AA:NN format
    Example
    31f97d287520> get logical-router 2cf9a361-635d-4ec8-889c-7c0286534bcd bgp community NO_EXPORT Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf Weight MED AS Path * 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.10.3 100 0 0 101 ! * 20.0.0.0/16 192.168.10.3 100 0 1 101 ! * 25.25.25.0/24 192.168.10.3 100 0 0 101 I * 26.26.26.0/24 192.168.10.3 100 0 0 101 I * 27.27.27.0/24 192.168.10.3 100 0 0 101 I * 30.0.0.0/16 192.168.10.3 100 0 1 101 ! * 172.17.0.0/16 192.168.10.3 100 0 1 101 ! * 192.168.10.0/24 192.168.10.3 100 0 1 101 !
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor
    Display all BGP neighbor information.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 6db331c1-4aea-48f0-85ec-bd9c3ac30eb0 bgp neighbor BGP neighbor: 192.168.100.253 Remote AS: 64521 BGP state: Established, Up BFD state: Up Hold Time: 3s Keepalive Interval: 1s Capabilities: 4Byte ASN: advertised and received Route Refresh: advertised and received Graceful Restart: none Restart Remaining Time: 0 Address Family: IPv4 Unicast:advertised and received Messages: 6011 received, 6009 sent Minimum time between advertisements: 30s (default) 1 Connections established, 1 dropped Local host: 192.168.100.103, Local port: 52202 Remote host: 192.168.100.253, Remote port: 179 Route Refresh: 0 received, 0 sent For Address Family IPv4 Unicast:advertised and received Prefixes: 2 received, 3 sent, 3 advertised
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor <ip-address>
    Display information about the specified BGP neighbor.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 6db331c1-4aea-48f0-85ec-bd9c3ac30eb0 bgp neighbor 192.168.10.12 BGP neighbor: 192.168.10.12 Remote AS: 101 BGP state: Active, Up BFD state: Init Hold Time: 0s Keepalive Interval: 0s Capabilities: 4Byte ASN: None Route Refresh: None Graceful Restart: None Restart Remaining Time: 0 Address Family: None Messages: 0 received, 0 sent Minimum time between advertisements: 30s (default) 0 Connections established, 2 dropped Local host: 0.0.0.0, Local port: 0 Remote host: 192.168.10.12, Remote port: 0 Route Refresh: 0 received, 0 sent
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor <ip-address> advertised-routes
    Display routes advertised to the specified BGP neighbor.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 6db331c1-4aea-48f0-85ec-bd9c3ac30eb0 bgp neighbor 192.168.100.253 advertised-routes Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf MED AS Path 172.16.110.0/24 192.168.100.103 0 0 64520 ! 172.16.120.0/24 192.168.100.103 0 0 64520 ! 172.16.130.0/24 192.168.100.103 0 0 64520 !
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor <ip-address> routes
    Display routes learned from the specified BGP neighbor.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 6db331c1-4aea-48f0-85ec-bd9c3ac30eb0 bgp neighbor 192.168.100.253 routes Status flags: * - best, I - internal Origin flags: I - IGP, E - EGP, ! - incomplete Network Next Hop LocPrf MED AS Path * 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 ! * 10.10.10.0/24 192.168.100.253 100 0 64521 I
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> bgp neighbor summary
    Display summarized BGP neighbor information.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 6db331c1-4aea-48f0-85ec-bd9c3ac30eb0 bgp neighbor summary BFD States: NC - Not configured, AC - Activating, DC - Disconnected AD - Admin down, DW - Down, IN - Init, UP - Up BGP summary information for VRF default Router ID: 192.168.10.2 Local AS: 100 Neighbor AS State Up/DownTime BFD InMsgs OutMsgs InPfx OutPfx 192.168.10.11 101 Establ 0d1h6m1s UP 680 778 9 3 192.168.10.12 101 Active 0d0h0m0s IN 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> forwarding
    Display forwarding for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 forwarding Logical Routers Routes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Flags Legend: [U: Up], [G: Gateway], [C: Connected], [I: Interface] [H: Host], [R: Reject], [B: Blackhole], [F: Soft Flush], [E: ECMP] Destination Gateway Type Lif UUID ========================================================================================================================== 0.0.0.0/0 169.0.0.2 UG f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b 100.64.1.0/31 169.0.0.2 UG f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b 100.64.1.1/32 169.0.0.2 UGH f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b 169.0.0.0/30 0.0.0.0 UCI f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b 172.16.110.0/24 0.0.0.0 UCI 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 172.16.120.0/24 0.0.0.0 UCI be290c92-74ed-437c-bbf1-dd78673b6a5a 172.16.130.0/24 0.0.0.0 UCI c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-router <uuid> forwarding [<prefix>]
    Display the forwarding table for the specified logical router. Optionally specify a prefix to display only the entry that matches that network.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <prefix> Network Address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 forwarding Logical Router UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 0 0 R1 TUNNEL IPv4 Forwarding Table IP Prefix Gateway IP Type UUID Gateway MAC 142.134.61.0/24 route 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed 142.134.61.36/32 route f322c6ca-4298-568b-81c7-a006ba6e6c88 or nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 forwarding 142.134.61.0/24 Logical Router UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 0 0 R1 TUNNEL IPv4 Forwarding Table IP Prefix Gateway IP Type UUID Gateway MAC 142.134.61.0/24 route 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> high-availability history state
    Display the high availability state history for the specified logical router. Only service routers have a high availability status. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 high-availability history state State : Down Event : Init Resources : Time : 2016-02-02 18:41:22.80 State : Active Event : Node Up Resources : 0 Time : 2016-02-02 18:41:26.91
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> high-availability status
    Display the high availability status for the specified logical router. Only service routers have a high availability status. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 high-availability status Service Router UUID : 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 state : Active type : TIER0 mode : A/A rank : 0 HA ports state UUID : 733d7ed3-1daa-4c28-bc0a-77e3736fea14 op_state : Up addresses : 169.0.0.2/28
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> interface <interface-name>
    Display information about a specific interface on the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    <interface-name> Logical Router interface name
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 interface 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 UUID: 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 Interface-Name: bp-sr0-port Logical-Router-Id: 0x5 Id: 15240 Type: VXSTT AdminStateUp: true UrpfMode: PORT_CHECK Subnets: 169.0.0.2/28 Mac: 02:50:56:00:00:06 Mtu: 0 Multicast-IP: 0.0.0.1 Flags: 0x204 DHCP-Server-IP:
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router <uuid> interfaces
    Display interface information for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 interfaces Logical Router Interfaces --------------------------------------------------------------------------- LIF UUID : c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae Mode : ['Routing'] Overlay VNI : 27530 IP : 172.16.130.1 IP mask : 255.255.255.0 Mac : 02:50:56:56:44:52 Connected DVS : nsxvswitch Control plane enable : True Replication Mode : 0.0.0.1 State : ['Enabled'] Flags : 0x2288 DHCP relay : Not enable LIF UUID : be290c92-74ed-437c-bbf1-dd78673b6a5a Mode : ['Routing'] Overlay VNI : 25480 IP : 172.16.120.1 IP mask : 255.255.255.0 Mac : 02:50:56:56:44:52 Connected DVS : nsxvswitch Control plane enable : True Replication Mode : 0.0.0.1 State : ['Enabled'] Flags : 0x2288 DHCP relay : Not enable LIF UUID : f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b Mode : ['Routing-Backplane'] Overlay VNI : 37768 IP : 169.0.0.1 IP mask : 255.255.255.240 Mac : 02:50:56:56:44:52 Connected DVS : nsxvswitch Control plane enable : True Replication Mode : 0.0.0.1 State : ['Enabled'] Flags : 0x12308 DHCP relay : Not enable LIF UUID : 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 Mode : ['Routing'] Overlay VNI : 11145 IP : 172.16.110.1 IP mask : 255.255.255.0 Mac : 02:50:56:56:44:52 Connected DVS : nsxvswitch Control plane enable : True Replication Mode : 0.0.0.1 State : ['Enabled'] Flags : 0x2388 DHCP relay : Not enable
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-router <uuid> interfaces
    Display all interfaces on the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 interfaces Interface Type Id IP[] Urpf-Mode Admin-State-Up UUID sr-0-loopback-port UNSET 0 127.0.0.1/8 NONE true 00003300-0000-0000-0000-000000000005 bp-sr0-port VXSTT 15240 169.0.0.2/28 PORT_CHECK true 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 97458be5-bf5e-44f8-a6b0-9fc32be347fc VXSTT 41864 100.64.1.1/31 PORT_CHECK true 97458be5-bf5e-44f8-a6b0-9fc32be347fc
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router <uuid> interfaces
    Display interface information for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 interfaces Logical Router UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 0 0 R1 TUNNEL interfaces interface : 9fd3c667-32db-5921-aaad-7a88c80b5e9f ifuid : 258 mode : blackhole interface : 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed ifuid : 261 mode : lif IP/Mask : 142.134.61.36/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : untagged LS port : 238d7422-e488-5cee-9639-1894b8ab56e2 urpf-mode : NONE admin : up MTU : 1600 interface : f322c6ca-4298-568b-81c7-a006ba6e6c88 ifuid : 257 mode : cpu
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> interfaces stats
    Display the interface statistics for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 interfaces stats Logical Router UUID : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 VRF : 1 LR-ID : 1 name : R2 type : SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 Statistics Interface Type RX PKTS TX PKTS RX BYTES TX BYTES RX Drops TX Drops b83cb77f-ca34-595c-a3e1-76278f0dcb00 blackhole 0 0 0 0 0 0 4b115e5f-1395-54c3-aaf0-0de5736f99df cpu 8 0 648 0 8 0 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 lif 5563 11 1902546 462 5563 0 081e2e50-2f0e-42e1-8764-80a127dd3918 lif 0 0 0 0 0 0 00003300-0000-0000-0000-000000000002 loopback 8 0 648 0 8 0 Total 5579 11 1903842 462 5579 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> neighbors
    Display neighbor information (ARP cache) for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-router 1904e13f-757a-4f44-9f85-cb84678a1a16 neighbors Logical Router Forwarding Table ============================================================ Prefix MAC State Timeout 192.168.1.1/24 02:50:56:56:44:52 Up 10
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-router <uuid> ports
    Display interface information for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-router 091a05dc-8080-41a2-a56f-baf6d32fb512 ports Logical Router Ports ============================================================ Port UUID : e1ce6498-b3ca-4000-a0f4-0734415044cf IP/Mask : 100.64.1.1/31 MAC Address : 02:50:56:00:00:03 VNI : 58248 Flag : 1 ============================================================ Port UUID : d7c184c8-bf63-47c8-bf48-01836d0380e5 IP/Mask : 172.16.30.1/24 MAC Address : 02:50:56:56:44:52 VNI : 31624 Flag : 0 ============================================================ Port UUID : 07607708-9bc7-46fc-8d14-fc016b9297da IP/Mask : 172.16.10.1/24 MAC Address : 02:50:56:56:44:52 VNI : 54152 Flag : 0 ============================================================ Port UUID : b2d3d312-962e-4a79-864c-09304195b88a IP/Mask : 172.16.20.1/24 MAC Address : 02:50:56:56:44:52 VNI : 52104 Flag : 0 ============================================================
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-router <uuid> route
    Display the routing table for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 route LR-Id Destination Next-Hop LR-Port-Id Blackhole Route-Type Admin-Distance Admin-State-Up Route-UUID 0x5 172.16.110.0/24 169.0.0.1 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 false NSX_CONNECTED 0 true 00000018-ac10-6e00-0000-000000000005 0x5 100.64.1.0/31 0.0.0.0 97458be5-bf5e-44f8-a6b0-9fc32be347fc false CONNECTED 0 true 0000001f-6440-0100-0000-000000000005 0x5 0.0.0.0/0 100.64.1.0 97458be5-bf5e-44f8-a6b0-9fc32be347fc false NSX_STATIC 3 true 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000005 0x5 172.16.120.0/24 169.0.0.1 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 false NSX_CONNECTED 0 true 00000018-ac10-7800-0000-000000000005 0x5 172.16.130.0/24 169.0.0.1 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 false NSX_CONNECTED 0 true 00000018-ac10-8200-0000-000000000005 0x5 169.0.0.0/28 0.0.0.0 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 false CONNECTED 0 true 0000001c-a900-0000-0000-000000000005
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router <uuid> route <prefix>
    Display a specific IPv4 route on the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    <prefix> Network Address argument
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 route 172.16.120.0/24 LR-Id Destination Next-Hop LR-Port-Id Blackhole Route-Type Admin-Distance Admin-State-Up Route-UUID 0x5 172.16.120.0/24 169.0.0.1 8b06827f-6325-4afd-b56d-6260ebf0a1a0 false NSX_CONNECTED 0 true 00000018-ac10-7800-0000-000000000005
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router <uuid> route [<prefix>]
    Display the routing table for the specified logical router. You must specify a tier 0 service router in this command. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.

    Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT Total number of routes: 7 b 11.11.11.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254 rl 100.64.1.0/31 [0/0] via 169.0.0.1 c 169.0.0.0/28 [0/0] via 169.0.0.2 ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.120.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.130.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 c 192.168.130.0/24 [0/0] via 192.168.130.3 or nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route 172.16.110.0/24 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> route bgp [<prefix>]
    Display BGP-learned routes from the routing table. You must specify a tier 0 service router in this command. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.

    Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route bgp Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT b 11.11.11.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254 b 12.12.12.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254 or nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route bgp 12.12.12.1 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT b 12.12.12.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> route connected [<prefix>]
    Display connected routes from the routing table for the specified logical router. You must specify a tier 0 service router in this command. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.

    Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route connected Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT c 169.0.0.0/28 [0/0] via 169.0.0.2 c 192.168.130.0/24 [0/0] via 192.168.130.3 or nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route connected 192.168.130.22 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT c 192.168.130.0/24 [0/0] via 192.168.130.3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> route nat [<prefix>]
    Display NAT routes from the routing table for the specified logical router. You must specify a tier 0 service router in this command. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.

    Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 44c70e10-3a76-4477-a461-bf3097da2d54 route nat Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT t0n 11.11.1.0/24 [2/0] via 0.0.0.0 t1n 11.11.2.0/24 [3/0] via 169.254.0.1 nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 44c70e10-3a76-4477-a461-bf3097da2d54 route nat 11.11.2.0/24 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT t1n 11.11.2.0/24 [3/0] via 169.254.0.1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> route static [<prefix>]
    Display static routes from the routing table. You must specify a tier 0 service router in this command. Use the get logical-routers command to get a list of logical routers and their router types.

    Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route static Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT rl 100.64.1.0/31 [0/0] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.120.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.130.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 or nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 4e425c9e-09c6-4021-bbc7-fab2895a2c09 route static 172.16.110.11 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> routes
    Display routes for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-router 091a05dc-8080-41a2-a56f-baf6d32fb512 routes Logical Router Forwarding Table ================================================================================ Prefix Gateway Interface 100.64.1.0/8 0.0.0.0 e1ce6498-b3ca-4000-a0f4-0734415044cf 172.16.30.0/16 0.0.0.0 d7c184c8-bf63-47c8-bf48-01836d0380e5 172.16.10.0/16 0.0.0.0 07607708-9bc7-46fc-8d14-fc016b9297da 172.16.20.0/16 0.0.0.0 b2d3d312-962e-4a79-864c-09304195b88a 0.0.0.0/8 100.64.1.0 e1ce6498-b3ca-4000-a0f4-0734415044cf
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-router <uuid> stats
    Display statistics for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 stats Logical Router UUID : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 VRF : 0 LR-ID : 0 name : R1 type : TUNNEL Statistics Dropped No Memory : 0 Dropped No Route : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router <uuid> stats
    Display statistics for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 stats host.reports.received 2 host.reports.dropped 0 edge.routes.received 0 edge.routes.dropped 0 bridge.reports.received 0 bridge.reports.dropped 0 bridge.macs.received 0 bridge.macs.dropped 0 route.queries.received 0 interface.queries.received 0 mac.queries.received 0 clear.routes.received 0 clear.macs.received 0 errdecode.messages.dropped 0 memfull.messages.dropped 0 errserver.messages.dropped 0 notifications.error 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router <uuid> stats-sample
    Display statistics over time for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Logical Router identifier
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-router db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 stats-sample 01:30:00 01:40:00 01:50:00 02:00:00 02:10:00 02:20:00 host.reports.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 host.reports.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 edge.routes.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 edge.routes.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 bridge.reports.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 bridge.reports.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 bridge.macs.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 bridge.macs.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 route.queries.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 interface.queries.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 mac.queries.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 clear.routes.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 clear.macs.received 0 0 0 0 0 0 errdecode.messages.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 memfull.messages.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 errserver.messages.dropped 0 0 0 0 0 0 notifications.error 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-router arp-table
    Display the ARP table for all logical router interfaces.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router arp-table interface : 8d655fb8-fc5e-5c08-90f5-15de973a9c77 IP : 192.168.250.61 MAC : 00:50:56:62:58:be state : reach timeout : 287 interface : 4b3be9e1-1363-4a85-ac13-8f7ad5b1e842 IP : 192.168.130.1 MAC : 68:ef:bd:4e:98:7f state : reach timeout : 309 interface : ef76622f-52ea-425f-b7c9-6264bf11b667 IP : 169.0.0.2 MAC : 02:50:56:00:00:02 state : reach timeout : 425 interface : c66fc321-df74-4aaa-835e-95dc815fe7ae IP : 172.16.130.13 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:3e:0b state : perm interface : f6ef3b50-64a0-4948-ab9e-9135963d4b8b IP : 169.0.0.2 MAC : 02:50:56:00:00:05 state : reach timeout : 397 . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router interface <uuid>
    Display interface information for the specified logical router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router interface 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed interface : 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed ifuid : 261 VRF : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 mode : lif IP/Mask : 142.134.61.36/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : untagged LS port : 238d7422-e488-5cee-9639-1894b8ab56e2 urpf-mode : NONE admin : up MTU : 1600
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router interface <uuid> arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router interface 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 arp-table interface : 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 IP : 172.16.110.12 MAC : 00:0c:29:4d:09:19 state : perm interface : 3c139373-f8f7-441e-aac4-146d9b5ff3a6 IP : 172.16.110.11 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:91:12 state : perm
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router interface <uuid> stats
    Display statistics for the specified logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router interface 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 stats interface : 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 ifuid : 266 VRF : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 IP/Mask : 172.20.1.60/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : 101 LS port : 986ab7c0-acda-465f-8cda-1b9b84cd2518 urpf-mode : STRICT_MODE admin : up MTU : 1600 statistics RX-Packets : 1331 RX-Bytes : 455202 RX-Drops : 1331 Blocked : 0 DST-Unsupported: 1331 Firewall : 0 IP-Options : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Receiver : 0 No-Route : 0 RPF-Check : 0 Protocol-Unsupported: 0 IPv6 : 0 Port-Unsupported: 0 TTL-Exceeded: 0 Kni : 0 TX-Packets : 11 TX-Bytes : 462 TX-Drops : 0 Blocked : 0 Firewall : 0 Frag-Needed : 0 No-ARP : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0 IP Ressemble Fragments-OK: 0 Fragemnts-Error: 0 Fragments-Timeout: 0 IP Fragment Fragments-OK: 0 Fragments-Error: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router interfaces
    Display information for all logical router interfaces.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router interfaces interface : 9fd3c667-32db-5921-aaad-7a88c80b5e9f ifuid : 258 VRF : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 mode : blackhole interface : 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed ifuid : 261 VRF : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 mode : lif IP/Mask : 142.134.61.36/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : untagged LS port : 238d7422-e488-5cee-9639-1894b8ab56e2 urpf-mode : NONE admin : up MTU : 1600 interface : f322c6ca-4298-568b-81c7-a006ba6e6c88 ifuid : 257 VRF : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 mode : cpu interface : b83cb77f-ca34-595c-a3e1-76278f0dcb00 ifuid : 265 VRF : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 mode : blackhole interface : 4b115e5f-1395-54c3-aaf0-0de5736f99df ifuid : 264 VRF : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 mode : cpu interface : 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 ifuid : 266 VRF : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 mode : lif IP/Mask : 172.20.1.60/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : 101 LS port : 986ab7c0-acda-465f-8cda-1b9b84cd2518 urpf-mode : STRICT_MODE admin : up MTU : 1600
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-router interfaces stats
    Display statistics for all logical router interfaces.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router interfaces stats interface : 34ca595f-fa62-5ed4-afcc-a6ef0195d4ed ifuid : 261 VRF : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 IP/Mask : 142.134.61.36/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : untagged LS port : 238d7422-e488-5cee-9639-1894b8ab56e2 urpf-mode : NONE admin : up MTU : 1600 statistics RX-Packets : 768 RX-Bytes : 53788 RX-Drops : 210 Blocked : 0 DST-Unsupported: 21 Firewall : 0 IP-Options : 1 Malformed : 0 No-Receiver : 0 No-Route : 0 RPF-Check : 0 Protocol-Unsupported: 101 IPv6 : 87 Port-Unsupported: 0 TTL-Exceeded: 0 Kni : 0 TX-Packets : 11 TX-Bytes : 462 TX-Drops : 0 Blocked : 0 Firewall : 0 Frag-Needed : 0 No-ARP : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0 IP Ressemble Fragments-OK: 0 Fragemnts-Error: 0 Fragments-Timeout: 0 IP Fragment Fragments-OK: 0 Fragments-Error: 0 interface : 6c427841-e151-4479-9184-4196cfcef3b6 ifuid : 266 VRF : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 IP/Mask : 172.20.1.60/24 MAC : 00:0c:29:5a:96:2b VLAN id : 101 LS port : 986ab7c0-acda-465f-8cda-1b9b84cd2518 urpf-mode : STRICT_MODE admin : up MTU : 1600 statistics RX-Packets : 1313 RX-Bytes : 449046 RX-Drops : 1313 Blocked : 0 DST-Unsupported: 1313 Firewall : 0 IP-Options : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Receiver : 0 No-Route : 0 RPF-Check : 0 Protocol-Unsupported: 0 IPv6 : 0 Port-Unsupported: 0 TTL-Exceeded: 0 Kni : 0 TX-Packets : 11 TX-Bytes : 462 TX-Drops : 0 Blocked : 0 Firewall : 0 Frag-Needed : 0 No-ARP : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0 IP Ressemble Fragments-OK: 0 Fragemnts-Error: 0 Fragments-Timeout: 0 IP Fragment Fragments-OK: 0 Fragments-Error: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-routers
    Display information about all logical routers.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-routers Logical Router UUID VRF LR-ID Name Type Ports 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 0 0 R1 TUNNEL 3 e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 1 1 R2 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 5
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-routers
    Display information about all logical routers.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-routers LR-Id LR-Name Hosts[] Service-Controller Router-Type ClusterId UUID 0x5 SR-46740ffe-9bf1-406e-816d-e200a45f0707 192.168.110.111 192.168.110.108 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER1 00002000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001 db6760b3-d9e2-44ef-b1c4-f56138665d71 192.168.110.112 0x2 DR-ef64d966-56f0-4f3f-bb02-16d07de74b5c 192.168.110.111 192.168.110.108 DISTRIBUTED_ROUTER N/A ef64d966-56f0-4f3f-bb02-16d07de74b5c 192.168.110.112 0x1 DR-46740ffe-9bf1-406e-816d-e200a45f0707 192.168.110.111 192.168.110.108 DISTRIBUTED_ROUTER N/A 46740ffe-9bf1-406e-816d-e200a45f0707 192.168.210.52 192.168.110.112 192.168.210.51 0x3 SR-ef64d966-56f0-4f3f-bb02-16d07de74b5c 192.168.110.111 192.168.110.108 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 00002000-0000-0000-0000-000000000002 19772688-b220-4a34-94a3-8a094dcdd979 0x4 SR-ef64d966-56f0-4f3f-bb02-16d07de74b5c 192.168.110.112 192.168.110.108 SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 00002000-0000-0000-0000-000000000002 2d1667ba-ed4a-49d0-8a1d-cd8a77c324bc
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-routers
    Display information about logical routers on this hypervisor host.
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-routers Logical Routers Summary ------------------------------------------------------------ VDR UUID LIF num Route num d4c86bd9-cb52-4f38-b6b9-3bf521fa27f8 4 7
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-routers
    Display information about logical routers asscociated with the VIF on this public cloud host.
    Example
    host-1> get logical-routers Host Logical Routers Summary ====================================================================== Router UUID ID Port Count 091a05dc-8080-41a2-a56f-baf6d32fb512 32769 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get logical-routers
    Display information about logical routers on this hypervisor host.
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-routers Logical Routers Summary ====================================================================== Router UUID ID Port Count 091a05dc-8080-41a2-a56f-baf6d32fb512 32769 4 c8e5b716-fbb2-44e9-8c69-e61db332c418 40961 3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get logical-routers stats
    Display statistics for all logical routers.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-router stats Logical Router UUID : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 VRF : 0 LR-ID : 0 name : R1 type : TUNNEL Statistics Dropped No Memory : 0 Dropped No Route : 0 Logical Router UUID : e9d3379d-aba7-4459-9262-18bc95eaeec1 VRF : 1 LR-ID : 1 name : R2 type : SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0 Statistics Dropped No Memory : 0 Dropped No Route : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-routers stats
    Display statistics for all logical routers.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-routers stats messages.query 0 messages.update 0 messages.flush 0 messages.notification 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-routers stats-sample
    Display statistics over time for all logical routers.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-routers stats-sample 02:22:50 02:23:00 02:23:10 02:23:20 02:23:30 02:23:40 02:23:50 02:24:00 02:24:10 02:24:20 messages.query 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 messages.update 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 messages.flush 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 messages.notification 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-service binding <uuid>
    Display a specific logical service binding.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-service binding 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d DHCP_ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d LOG_SWITCH_PORT_ID: 60905155-4378-4902-8528-7231a2f6d736 SERVICE_TYPE: DHCP
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-service bindings
    Display all logical service bindings.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-service bindings DHCP_ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d LOG_SWITCH_PORT_ID: 60905155-4378-4902-8528-7231a2f6d736 SERVICE_TYPE: DHCP
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-service port <uuid> [stats]
    Display information for the specified logical service port. Optionally specify an argument to display the statistics.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-service port b836eacf-3d1c-5fc9-ab18-19dc0015a57e lservice-port: b836eacf-3d1c-5fc9-ab18-19dc0015a57e ifuid : 262 service-type: dhcp IP : 192.168.110.50 MAC : 00:50:56:98:7d:d7 attach-port : 60905155-4378-4902-8528-7231a2f6d736 nsx-edge-1> get logical-service port b836eacf-3d1c-5fc9-ab18-19dc0015a57e stats lservice-port: b836eacf-3d1c-5fc9-ab18-19dc0015a57e ifuid : 262 service-type: dhcp Statistics RX-Packets : 16 RX-Bytes : 1080 RX-Drops : 0 Slowpath : 0 Kni : 0 Malformed : 0 No-DHCP-Server: 0 No-Match : 0 TX-Packets : 10 TX-Bytes : 420 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0 nsx-edge-1> get logical-service port 80e93dd3-0eab-5f8a-96c5-80846c3711b5 stats lservice-port: 80e93dd3-0eab-5f8a-96c5-80846c3711b5 ifuid : 276 service-type: mdproxy status : UP listen_status: UP monitor_status: UP err_msg : Statistics requests_from_clients : 5 requests_to_nova_server : 5 responses_to_clients : 5 succeeded_responses_from_nova_server: 4 error_responses_from_nova_server: 1 RX-Packets : 0 RX-Bytes : 0 RX-Drops : 0 Slowpath : 0 Kni : 0 Malformed : 0 No-DHCP-Server: 0 No-Match : 0 TX-Packets : 10 TX-Bytes : 420 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-service ports [stats]
    Display information for all logical service ports. Optionally specify an argument to display the statistics.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-service ports lservice-port: b836eacf-3d1c-5fc9-ab18-19dc0015a57e ifuid : 262 service-type: dhcp IP : 192.168.110.50 MAC : 00:50:56:98:7d:d7 attach-port : 60905155-4378-4902-8528-7231a2f6d736 nsx-edge-1> get logical-service ports stats lservice-port: b836eacf-3d1c-5fc9-ab18-19dc0015a57e ifuid : 262 service-type: dhcp Statistics RX-Packets : 16 RX-Bytes : 1080 RX-Drops : 0 Slowpath : 0 Kni : 0 Malformed : 0 No-DHCP-Server: 0 No-Match : 0 TX-Packets : 10 TX-Bytes : 420 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0 lservice-port: 80e93dd3-0eab-5f8a-96c5-80846c3711b5 ifuid : 276 service-type: mdproxy status : ERROR listen_status: UP monitor_status: ERROR err_msg : backend nova server connection is broken with reason: Connect to Peer Failure; Statistics requests_from_clients : 5 requests_to_nova_server : 5 responses_to_clients : 5 succeeded_responses_from_nova_server: 4 error_responses_from_nova_server: 1 RX-Packets : 0 RX-Bytes : 0 RX-Drops : 0 Slowpath : 0 Kni : 0 Malformed : 0 No-DHCP-Server: 0 No-Match : 0 TX-Packets : 10 TX-Bytes : 420 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Linked-Port: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-service state <uuid>
    Display the state of a specific logical service.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-service state 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d NODE_ID: 3284f707-98f9-4e7c-b573-f7898dfa12ba NODE_RANK: 0 PEER_MGMT_IP: IPV4: 192.168.110.101 STATE: ACTIVE
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-service states
    Display the state of all logical services.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-service states ID: 8bc04d52-b1f9-4258-8d13-b8fdbf031a0d NODE_ID: 3284f707-98f9-4e7c-b573-f7898dfa12ba NODE_RANK: 0 PEER_MGMT_IP: IPV4: 192.168.110.101 STATE: ACTIVE
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id>
    Display information about the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-switch 0a8cb2ab-d15b-4b46-a6ee-0a1cd29be34d Logical Switch ======================================================= UUID : 0a8cb2ab-d15b-4b46-a6ee-0a1cd29be34d VNI/VLAN : 31624 Is VLAN backed : True Replication mode: mtep Controller IP : 192.168.110.51 Link status : Up VIF count : 1 MAC entry count : 0 TEP entry count : 4 ARP entry count : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id>
    Display information about the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-switch bf543c67-3ffe-44dd-a1d3-57e7cd2e0aff Logical Switch ----------------------------------------------------------------- Host Kernel Entry ================================================== DVS name : nsxvswitch VNI : 11145 Multicast IP : 0.0.0.1 Multicast proxy enable : True ARP proxy enable : True CP connection up : True Controller IP : 192.168.110.108 MAC entry count : 2 ARP entry count : 0 VIF entry count : 2 MTEP entry count : 0 LCP Entry ================================================================= Logical switch UUID : bf543c67-3ffe-44dd-a1d3-57e7cd2e0aff VNI : 11145 Replication mode : unicast mtep Transport binding : None Vlan ID : None Admin state up : True
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-switch bf543c67-3ffe-44dd-a1d3-57e7cd2e0aff arp-table Logical Switch ARP Table -------------------------------------------------- Host Kernel Entry ================================================== IP MAC Flags LCP Remote Entry ================================================== IP MAC LCP Local Entry ================================================== IP MAC 172.16.110.11 00:50:56:8e:91:12 172.16.110.12 00:0c:29:4d:09:19
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-switch 29576 arp-table Logical Switch ARP Table ================================================== IP MAC 10.144.13.29 00:01:02:03:42:11
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> mac-table
    Display the MAC table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-switch 29576 mac-table Logical Switch MAC Table ============================================================ MAC VTEP Label 00:01:02:00:00:03 124928 00:01:02:00:00:04 124928
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> mac-table
    Display the MAC table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-switch bf543c67-3ffe-44dd-a1d3-57e7cd2e0aff mac-table Logical Switch MAC Table --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Host Kernel Entry =========================================================================== Inner MAC Outer MAC Outer IP Flags 02:50:56:56:44:52 02:50:56:00:00:00 192.168.250.60 0xd 00:50:56:8e:3e:0b 00:50:56:62:58:be 192.168.250.61 0xf LCP Remote Entry =========================================================================== Inner MAC Outer MAC Outer IP LCP Local Entry =========================================================================== Inner MAC Outer MAC Outer IP 00:50:56:8e:91:12 00:50:56:69:ba:80 192.168.250.62 00:0c:29:4d:09:19 00:50:56:69:ba:80 192.168.250.62
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> ports
    Display ports on the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-switch 0a8cb2ab-d15b-4b46-a6ee-0a1cd29be34d ports Logical Switch Ports ============================================================ Port UUID : 59d3da36-d5f8-43d0-bca0-ae98c593861c Status : up VIF UUID : 57601300-2e82-48c4-8c27-1e961ac70e81 Snoop Mode : dhcp ============================================================
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> vtep
    Display the VTEP table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-switch 0a8cb2ab-d15b-4b46-a6ee-0a1cd29be34d vtep Logical Switch VTEP Table ============================== Label VTEP IP 114689 192.168.140.154 2049 192.168.140.153 102401 192.168.150.151 79873 192.168.150.152
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get logical-switch <logical-switch-id> vtep-table
    Display the VTEP table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <logical-switch-id> Logical switch identifier UUID, VNI or vlan:VLAN-ID
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-switch bf543c67-3ffe-44dd-a1d3-57e7cd2e0aff vtep-table Logical Switch VTEP Table ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Host Kernel Entry =============================================================================================== Label VTEP IP Segment ID Is MTEP VTEP MAC BFD count 114689 192.168.250.60 192.168.250.0 False 02:50:56:00:00:00 1 40961 192.168.250.61 192.168.250.0 False 00:50:56:62:58:be 1 LCP Remote Entry =============================================================================================== Label VTEP IP Segment ID VTEP MAC DEVICE NAME 114689 192.168.250.60 192.168.250.0 02:50:56:00:00:00 None 40961 192.168.250.61 192.168.250.0 00:50:56:62:58:be None LCP Local Entry =============================================================================================== Label VTEP IP Segment ID VTEP MAC DEVICE NAME 36865 192.168.250.62 192.168.250.0 00:50:56:69:ba:80 None
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-switch <uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c Logical Switch UUID : 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI : 5000 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep routing-domain: 00000007-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <uuid> mac-address-table
    Display the mac address table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c mac-address-table Logical Switch UUID : 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI : 5000 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep routing-domain: 00000007-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 MAC-Table: MAC : 00:50:56:8e:9a:a5 Tunnel : d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa IFUID : 295 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.160 ENCAP : STT MAC : 02:50:56:56:44:52 Port : bbe56ae2-0bc1-46c0-b334-a241e2a56193 IFUID : 280 MAC : 00:50:56:8e:1b:21 Tunnel : 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 IFUID : 296 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.161 ENCAP : STT MAC : 04:00:c0:a8:fa:a2 Port : bbe56ae2-0bc1-46c0-b334-a241e2a56193 IFUID : 280
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <uuid> ports
    Display port information for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c ports LogSwitchPort-ID LogSwitch-ID Child-UUID Child-EntityType TransportNode-IP 335bbfdc-d6d6-4d87-8fb1-b98614fff1d8 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c c78a1655-228c-493b-88cf-6b77dafe908d VIF 192.168.210.51 593d2540-bb7b-4abe-ad78-8727ebd5c1d2 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c null LOG_SWITCH 192.168.110.111 192.168.210.52 192.168.110.112 192.168.210.51 0e7e79e2-f2a7-493d-9bf0-c5589af833cd 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c b4f6124a-9c4c-404b-a753-d795ac00f9f1 VIF 192.168.210.52
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <uuid> ports
    Display port information for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c ports Logical Switch UUID : 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI : 5000 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep routing-domain: 00000007-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Ports Port : bbe56ae2-0bc1-46c0-b334-a241e2a56193 IFUID : 280 Peer : 70b21c84-cf3b-4fc3-a442-a941ba86ef48
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <uuid> ports stats
    Display port statistics for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch 973b00a2-3be8-4e01-9824-3c6b7e2bf690 ports stats Logical Switch UUID : 973b00a2-3be8-4e01-9824-3c6b7e2bf690 VLAN : 100 device : fp-eth0 IFUID : 0 Ports Port : 783a05cd-033d-4891-ad11-7c082641e069 RX-Packets : 8690 RX-Bytes : 587073 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 10188 TX-Bytes : 687181 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <uuid> tunnel-ports
    Display the tunnel information for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c tunnel-ports Logical Switch UUID : 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI : 5000 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep routing-domain: 00000007-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Tunnels Tunnel : d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa IFUID : 295 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.160 ENCAP : STT Tunnel : 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 IFUID : 296 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.161 ENCAP : STT
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <uuid> vtep-table
    Display the tunnel endpoint table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c vtep-table Logical Switch UUID : 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI : 5000 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep routing-domain: 00000007-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Replication Tunnels Tunnel : d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa IFUID : 295 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.160 ENCAP : STT MTEP : False Tunnel : 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 IFUID : 296 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.161 ENCAP : STT MTEP : False
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical switch. Use the get logical-switches command to get a list of all logical switches. You can use the VNI or UUID to specify the logical switch.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI UUID 5000 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c or nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 5000 VNI UUID 5000 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c arp-table VNI IP MAC TransportNodeId 5000 172.16.130.12 00:50:56:8e:1b:21 857212c6-3d87-5d5d-9700-0c9d23f74f1d
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> mac-table
    Display the MAC address table for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c mac-table VNI MAC VTEP-IP TransportNodeId 5000 00:50:56:8e:1b:21 192.168.250.161 957612c6-4321-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 5000 00:50:56:8e:9a:a5 192.168.250.160 857212c6-3d87-5d5d-9700-0c9d23f74f1d
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> stats
    Display statistics information about the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c stats update.member 4 update.vtep 4 update.mac 2 update.mac.invalidate 0 update.arp 7 update.arp.duplicate 0 query.mac 2 query.mac.miss 0 query.arp 3 query.arp.miss 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> stats-sample
    Display statistics information about the specified logical switch over time.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c stats-sample 00:10:00 00:20:00 00:30:00 00:40:00 00:50:00 update.member 0 0 0 0 0 update.vtep 0 0 0 0 0 update.mac 0 0 0 0 0 update.mac.invalidate 0 0 0 0 0 update.arp 0 0 0 0 0 update.arp.duplicate 0 0 0 0 0 query.mac 0 0 0 0 0 query.mac.miss 0 0 0 0 0 query.arp 0 0 0 0 0 query.arp.miss 0 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> transport-node-table
    Display transport nodes which joined a given logical switch.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c transport-node-table TransportNodeId 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 857212c6-3d87-3d3d-9700-0c9d23f74f1d 857212c6-3d87-5c5c-9700-0c9d23f74f1f
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch <vni-or-uuid> vtep
    Display all virtual tunnel end points related to the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <vni-or-uuid> VNI or UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$|^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c vtep VNI IP LABEL Segment MAC TransportNodeId 5000 192.168.250.163 0x18801 192.168.250.0 04:00:c0:a8:fa:a3 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 5000 192.168.250.162 0xC801 192.168.250.0 04:00:c0:a8:fa:a2 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1d 5000 192.168.250.161 0x3001 192.168.250.0 00:50:56:62:af:a4 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1e 5000 192.168.250.160 0xF001 192.168.250.0 00:50:56:67:4b:95 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1f
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch port <uuid>
    Display port information for the specified logical switch.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch port bbe56ae2-0bc1-46c0-b334-a241e2a56193 Port : bbe56ae2-0bc1-46c0-b334-a241e2a56193 IFUID : 280 Logical Switch: 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c Peer : 70b21c84-cf3b-4fc3-a442-a941ba86ef48
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch port <uuid> stats
    Display statistics for the specified logical switch port.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch port 783a05cd-033d-4891-ad11-7c082641e069 stats Port : 783a05cd-033d-4891-ad11-7c082641e069 RX-Packets : 4474 RX-Bytes : 302966 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 5527 TX-Bytes : 371568 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch ports
    Display ports for all logical switches.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch ports Port : 18c26214-ab90-45ab-a2e0-78de070f9eb6 IFUID : 279 Peer : 8c4f10d5-9c4e-40a2-b239-e2eae7d39a33 Port : 271d49b0-f052-4c0c-a79f-44636229e471 IFUID : 264 Peer : a62432b5-68e7-4f95-a3f8-1b63ee4b102a Port : 7bd1dd3d-97eb-5312-9d0d-b26c148a4fac IFUID : 261 Peer : c2a03cab-3bad-56f3-b5ae-442ad6599bcf Port : bbe56ae2-0bc1-46c0-b334-a241e2a56193 IFUID : 280 Peer : 70b21c84-cf3b-4fc3-a442-a941ba86ef48 Port : 58845bb9-19fc-4ec2-826f-bcbe871f99b5 IFUID : 282 Peer : e4be0c73-57bc-4b4f-b10c-f3f858ff8ccc Port : 783a05cd-033d-4891-ad11-7c082641e069 IFUID : 276 Peer : aaec58d9-5dca-49c7-b39e-cdd8cd75901d Port : 4ca7839f-2308-43f0-a799-f82d3911c134 IFUID : 287 Peer : 3fe772aa-8594-47cf-8a3e-20a26081ba15 Port : fe9c5ba9-3641-497f-ab95-046ffbc9356f IFUID : 275 Peer : c7bbfc17-fbb9-4a39-a04b-0df93d788b57 Port : 1ff51f67-9ffb-446a-ae08-0a4a74adbf29 IFUID : 274 Peer : d37160fc-6e17-4c5c-8af1-54064c480798 Port : 286d2aad-ad4e-4ad6-b6c6-5256f38e9265 IFUID : 286 Peer : 6da71663-ce1a-4c2a-8557-ecfd85f031f5 Port : 93e656e1-0625-4ec2-b34c-98f2774bc8d3 IFUID : 281 Peer : 6c03a210-75b7-4a0d-8d66-cedf3c3f0750
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch ports stats
    Display port statistics for all logical switches.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switch ports stats Port : 18c26214-ab90-45ab-a2e0-78de070f9eb6 RX-Packets : 11123 RX-Bytes : 1088318 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 11141 TX-Bytes : 1089386 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 Port : 271d49b0-f052-4c0c-a79f-44636229e471 RX-Packets : 11141 RX-Bytes : 1089386 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 11123 TX-Bytes : 1088318 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 Port : 7bd1dd3d-97eb-5312-9d0d-b26c148a4fac RX-Packets : 285577 RX-Bytes : 11994234 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 0 TX-Bytes : 0 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch {local | remote} {mac-cache | arp-cache | vtep-cache} <vni>
    Display a specific logical switch's local or remote MAC, ARP, or VTEP information.
    Option Description
    <vni> vni
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    Example
    ESXi-1> get logical-switch local mac-cache 48008 VM MAC VTEP IP VTEP MAC 00:0c:29:67:4e:5c 192.168.90.55 00:50:56:6d:74:bf ESXi-1> get logical-switch remote arp-cache 48008 VM IP VM MAC 192.168.86.47 00:50:56:6d:35:2e ESXi-1> get logical-switch local vtep-cache 48008 VTEP IP Label Segment ID VTEP MAC 192.168.90.55 96257 192.168.0.0 00:50:56:6d:74:bf
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switch-port <uuid>
    Display information about the specified logical switch port.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switch-port 593d2540-bb7b-4abe-ad78-8727ebd5c1d2 LogSwitchPort-ID LogSwitch-ID Child-UUID Child-EntityType TransportNode-IP 593d2540-bb7b-4abe-ad78-8727ebd5c1d2 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c null LOG_SWITCH 192.168.110.111 192.168.210.52 192.168.110.112 192.168.210.51
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switch-port status
    Display the status for logical switch ports on this hypervisor host.
    Example
    esx-host-1> get logical-switch-port status Logical Port UUID Status DVSwitch ID Logical Switch fa1d9fcb-94cc-4a00-b499-8413f4dcef1e up 4adaf34e-6ee4-4153-844b-485a5e30627c 9c6a1a36-b468-404c-8084-bebfb91d5a31 up 65 bf 59 08 cd 4e 42 04-bf b5 93 de 83 ee ba 56 4adaf34e-6ee4-4153-844b-485a5e30627c
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-switches
    Display all logical switches associated with the VIF on this host.
    Example
    host-1> get logical-switches Host Logical Switches Summary ============================================================ Switch UUID VNI/VLAN Port Count 4e0f3312-d8c5-42b7-95a5-def111d14671 vni:41864 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get logical-switches
    Display all logical switches on this host.
    Example
    kvm-1> get logical-switches Logical Switches Summary ============================================================ Switch UUID VNI/VLAN Port Count 16fa7892-df1b-4ffe-af87-3923efc8bdbe vni:64392 0 aacc41f2-7b32-4e0e-8679-6baff5bcbb64 vni:58248 0 da091cea-505c-4528-9b09-3f63efb8000d vni:54152 0 0a8cb2ab-d15b-4b46-a6ee-0a1cd29be34d vni:31624 1 d114f967-73aa-4dfc-8d59-a16de584b380 vni:52104 0 8b652ea8-86fe-4b03-9245-997fd2d7dfee vni:48008 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get logical-switches
    Display information about all logical switches.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get logical-switches Logical Switch UUID : ea8c4460-6d15-49c5-a82e-6812a26b4200 VNI : 5001 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep Logical Switch UUID : 7943ca31-9c8a-402e-adeb-a83f5cf2455d VNI : 7048 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep Logical Switch UUID : 1714bc89-a627-48b0-8699-9889db1f60fc VNI : 11145 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep Logical Switch UUID : 973b00a2-3be8-4e01-9824-3c6b7e2bf690 VLAN : 100 device : fp-eth0 IFUID : 0 Logical Switch UUID : 718f154a-c1d4-47b6-b692-11c615f91229 VNI : 11144 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep Logical Switch UUID : 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c VNI : 5000 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep routing-domain: 00000007-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Logical Switch UUID : 1667b36f-dcee-5984-b401-fdc7c2f6564c VLAN : 250 device : fp-eth1 IFUID : 1 Logical Switch UUID : 01b59e17-d8f4-43ec-8727-7bcd3d0cc85c VNI : 5002 ENCAP : STT Replication : mtep
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get logical-switches
    Display information about all logical switches.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switches VNI UUID 15240 c31126b8-be8d-49a5-a7ab-d7c13f6013eb 5000 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 7048 7943ca31-9c8a-402e-adeb-a83f5cf2455d 19336 041d0ce3-4a26-415c-af4b-8324fb0a54fd 11144 718f154a-c1d4-47b6-b692-11c615f91229 41864 9985fd0a-c361-4a82-94cb-de004ce82834
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switches
    Display all logical switches on this host.
    Example
    esx-1> get logical-switches Logical Switches Summary ------------------------------------------------------------ Overlay Kernel Entry ============================================================ VNI DVS name VIF num 11145 nsxvswitch 2 37768 nsxvswitch 1 25480 nsxvswitch 1 27530 nsxvswitch 2 Overlay LCP Entry ============================================================ VNI Logical Switch UUID 25480 da4bd041-d19c-4a63-896e-98f50bf8b140 27530 4649f23c-6c5e-4681-a9d9-e7038074c7d0 37768 3b9fa53b-11d1-4685-9985-26fe9a05ea18 11145 bf543c67-3ffe-44dd-a1d3-57e7cd2e0aff VLAN Backed Entry ============================================================ Logical Switch UUID VLAN ID
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get logical-switches stats
    Display a summary of all logical switch statistics.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switches stats messages.query 25 messages.update 98 messages.flush 0 messages.notification 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get logical-switches stats-sample
    Display a summary of all logical switch statistics over time.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get logical-switches stats-sample 00:58:10 00:58:20 00:58:30 00:58:40 00:58:50 00:59:00 00:59:10 00:59:20 00:59:30 00:59:40 messages.query 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 messages.update 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 messages.flush 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 messages.notification 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get maintenance-mode
    Get maintenance mode status.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get maintenance-mode Maintenance Mode: disabled
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get management-cluster status
    Display the status of the management cluster.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get management-cluster status Number of nodes in management cluster: 1 - 192.168.110.105 Management cluster status: STABLE Number of nodes in control cluster: 2 - 192.168.110.109 - 192.168.110.108 Control cluster status: STABLE
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get managers
    Show the current list of configured managers.
    Example
    nsx-controller1> get managers - 10.1.1.101 Connected - 10.1.1.102 Connected - 10.1.1.103 Connected
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get mdproxy server <uuid>
    Display a specific metadata proxy server.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Generic UUID string argument
    Allowed pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]{8}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{4}-[0-9a-fA-F]{12})$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get mdproxy server d5845582-8cb5-4f6a-9d9d-d2641cd2fe55 EDGE_CLUSTER_ID: 5db40b38-05e2-4e00-ac90-74c6ff191911 EDGE_NODE_ID: 3284f707-98f9-4e7c-b573-f7898dfa12ba ID: d5845582-8cb5-4f6a-9d9d-d2641cd2fe55 SECRET: **** SERVER_URL: https://nova-server.example.com
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get mdproxy servers
    Display all metadata proxy servers.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get mdproxy servers EDGE_CLUSTER_ID: 5db40b38-05e2-4e00-ac90-74c6ff191911 EDGE_NODE_ID: 3284f707-98f9-4e7c-b573-f7898dfa12ba ID: d5845582-8cb5-4f6a-9d9d-d2641cd2fe55 SECRET: **** SERVER_URL: https://nova-server.example.com
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get memory-stats
    Display the system memory information.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get memory-stats MemTotal: 16430284 kB MemFree: 10472728 kB MemAvailable: 12800580 kB Buffers: 363356 kB Cached: 1820988 kB SwapCached: 0 kB Active: 4880696 kB Inactive: 513728 kB Active(anon): 3212444 kB Inactive(anon): 368 kB Active(file): 1668252 kB Inactive(file): 513360 kB Unevictable: 2348 kB Mlocked: 2348 kB SwapTotal: 3997692 kB SwapFree: 3997692 kB Dirty: 244 kB Writeback: 0 kB AnonPages: 3212392 kB Mapped: 52056 kB Shmem: 780 kB Slab: 420328 kB SReclaimable: 399656 kB SUnreclaim: 20672 kB KernelStack: 10512 kB PageTables: 11940 kB NFS_Unstable: 0 kB Bounce: 0 kB WritebackTmp: 0 kB CommitLimit: 12212832 kB Committed_AS: 10288852 kB VmallocTotal: 34359738367 kB VmallocUsed: 185388 kB VmallocChunk: 34359440748 kB HardwareCorrupted: 0 kB AnonHugePages: 2764800 kB HugePages_Total: 0 HugePages_Free: 0 HugePages_Rsvd: 0 HugePages_Surp: 0 Hugepagesize: 2048 kB DirectMap4k: 16320 kB DirectMap2M: 16760832 kB
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get mirror-session <mirror-session-id>
    Display information about the specified mirror session.
    Option Description
    <mirror-session-id> Mirror session identifier UUID
    Example
    kvm-1> get mirror-session 5a55a0e1-ec3e-40bd-9a49-1117119efe9a Mirror Session ======================================================= UUID : 5a55a0e1-ec3e-40bd-9a49-1117119efe9a Direction : Both Snap Length : 0 Source : eth1(NonEncap);81286c82-67f4-40ab-84ab-1e705241134b Destination : df4ed013-6c9e-4bc8-a656-060431a9613a
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get mirror-sessions
    Display all mirror sessions on this host.
    Example
    kvm-1> get mirror-sessions Mirror Session Summary ============================================================ Mirror UUID Direction Snap Length 5a55a0e1-ec3e-40bd-9a49-1117119efe9a Both 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get name-servers
    Get all name servers in the DNS configuration.
    Example
    nsx> get name-servers 192.168.110.10 192.168.110.11
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get netcpa maintenance-mode
    Get control plane agent maintenance mode
    Example
    nsx> get netcpa maintenance-mode Maintenance Mode: enabled
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get network-stats
    Display the system network statistics.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get network-stats Ip: 37960281 total packets received 0 forwarded 0 incoming packets discarded 37772713 incoming packets delivered 37964008 requests sent out Icmp: 88 ICMP messages received 0 ICMP messages failed ICMP input historgram: destination unreachable: 88 84 ICMP messages sent 0 ICMP messages failed ICMP output historgram: destination unreachable: 84 IcmpMsg: InType3: 88 OutType3: 84 Tcp: 139102 active connections openings 207427 passive connection openings 91 failed connection attempts 83346 connection resets attempts 72 connections established 34395451 segments received 34602181 segments sent out 229 segments retransmitted 0 bad segments received 69405 resets sent Udp: 3377167 packets received 6 packets to unknown port received 0 packet receive errors 3377193 packets sent RcvbufErrors: 0 SndbufErrors: 0 UdpLite: InDatagrams: 0 NoPorts: 0 InErrors: 0 OutDatagrams: 0 RcvbufErrors: 0 SndbufErrors: 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get node-uuid
    Display the UUID for the host.
    Example
    host-1> get node-uuid f776222e-c95c-11e5-8e3e-23020aa2163f
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    get node-uuid
    Show the UUID for the node.
    Example
    nsx> get node-uuid uuid: 692eef9a-026e-4e24-8494-251990b2b4e3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get nodes
    Display list of registered nodes.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    get ntp-server associations
    Display the status of the NTP system. The delay, offset and dispersion values are in seconds.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get ntp-server associations remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter ============================================================================== 0.ubuntu.pool.n .POOL. 16 p - 64 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.ubuntu.pool.n .POOL. 16 p - 64 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 2.ubuntu.pool.n .POOL. 16 p - 64 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 3.ubuntu.pool.n .POOL. 16 p - 64 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 ntp.ubuntu.com .POOL. 16 p - 64 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 *ns1-time1.corp. 10.0.0.1 4 u 23 64 3 1.902 0.223 0.221 +ns2-time2.corp. 10.0.0.2 5 u 22 64 3 3.340 -1.312 0.026
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get ntp-servers
    Display all NTP servers.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get ntp-servers 0.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org 1.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org 2.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org 3.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org ntp.ubuntu.com
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get parent
    Display the parent of the current interface.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get parent { "arp_refresh_timeout": 600, "number_arp_entries": 0, "type": "SERVICE_ROUTER_TIER0", "uuid": "f2a25dd6-4ceb-4bf5-8ad5-3e80d2970d60", "vrf": 6 } or nsx-edge-1(path)> get parent { "encap": "STT", "repl": "mtep", "uuid": "d5af58f5-0616-46fd-af83-242d82983c65", "vni": 39816 }
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get path
    Display the path. The arrow indicates which interface is selected. Other commands, such as get current, will display information about the selected interface.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get path ->interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get physical-port <physical-port-name>
    Display the specified physical port.
    Option Description
    <physical-port-name> Datapath String argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get physical-port fp-eth1 Physical Port DRIVER : rte_vmxnet3_pmd DUPLEX : full ID : 1 LINK : up MAC : 00:50:56:a9:a2:e6 MTU : 1600 NAME : fp-eth1 OFFLOAD_CAPABILITIES : TX_VLAN_INSERT TX_UDP_CKSUM TX_TCP_CKSUM TX_TCP_TSO RX_VLAN_STRIP RX_UDP_CKSUM RX_TCP_CKSUM PCI : 0000:13:00:00 POLLING_STATUS : active RX_QUEUE : 1 SOCKET : -1 SPEED : 10000 TX_QUEUE : 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get physical-port <physical-port-name> stats
    Display statistics for the specified physical port.
    Option Description
    <physical-port-name> Datapath String argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get physical-port fp-eth1 stats Physical Port Stats NAME : fp-eth1 RX_BYTES : 744689 RX_DROP_NO_MATCH : 0 RX_ERRORS : 0 RX_MISSES : 0 RX_NOMBUFS : 0 RX_PACKETS : 8984 TX_BYTES : 7140 TX_DROPS : 0 TX_ERRORS : 0 TX_PACKETS : 170
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get physical-port <physical-port-name> stats verbose
    Display verbose statistics for the specified physical port.
    Option Description
    <physical-port-name> Datapath String argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get physical-port fp-eth1 stats verbose Physical Port Stats NAME : fp-eth1 RX_BYTES : 749793 RX_DROP_NO_MATCH : 0 RX_ERRORS : 0 RX_MISSES : 0 RX_NOMBUFS : 0 RX_PACKETS : 9037 TX_BYTES : 7140 TX_DROPS : 0 TX_ERRORS : 0 TX_PACKETS : 170 QUEUES : id rx_bytes rx_errors rx_packets tx_bytes tx_drops tx_packets 0 749793 0 9037 7140 0 170 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get physical-ports
    Display all physical ports.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get physical-ports Physical Port DRIVER : rte_vmxnet3_pmd DUPLEX : full ID : 0 LINK : up MAC : 00:50:56:a9:51:09 MTU : 1500 NAME : fp-eth0 OFFLOAD_CAPABILITIES : TX_VLAN_INSERT TX_UDP_CKSUM TX_TCP_CKSUM TX_TCP_TSO RX_VLAN_STRIP RX_UDP_CKSUM RX_TCP_CKSUM PCI : 0000:0b:00:00 POLLING_STATUS : inactive RX_QUEUE : 1 SOCKET : -1 SPEED : 10000 TX_QUEUE : 1 Physical Port DRIVER : rte_vmxnet3_pmd DUPLEX : full ID : 1 LINK : up MAC : 00:50:56:a9:a2:e6 MTU : 1600 NAME : fp-eth1 OFFLOAD_CAPABILITIES : TX_VLAN_INSERT TX_UDP_CKSUM TX_TCP_CKSUM TX_TCP_TSO RX_VLAN_STRIP RX_UDP_CKSUM RX_TCP_CKSUM PCI : 0000:13:00:00 POLLING_STATUS : active RX_QUEUE : 1 SOCKET : -1 SPEED : 10000 TX_QUEUE : 1 Physical Port DRIVER : rte_vmxnet3_pmd DUPLEX : full ID : 2 LINK : up MAC : 00:50:56:a9:5b:33 MTU : 1500 NAME : fp-eth2 OFFLOAD_CAPABILITIES : TX_VLAN_INSERT TX_UDP_CKSUM TX_TCP_CKSUM TX_TCP_TSO RX_VLAN_STRIP RX_UDP_CKSUM RX_TCP_CKSUM PCI : 0000:1b:00:00 POLLING_STATUS : inactive RX_QUEUE : 1 SOCKET : -1 SPEED : 10000 TX_QUEUE : 1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get processes
    Display a snapshot of the system processes.
    Example
    nsx> get processes top - 01:12:28 up 3 days, 1:51, 1 user, load average: 0.06, 0.05, 0.07 Tasks: 133 total, 1 running, 132 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie %Cpu(s): 4.2 us, 0.9 sy, 0.0 ni, 94.7 id, 0.2 wa, 0.0 hi, 0.0 si, 0.0 st KiB Mem: 16430712 total, 2604180 used, 13826532 free, 324432 buffers KiB Swap: 3997692 total, 0 used, 3997692 free. 460404 cached Mem PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 1 root 20 0 33216 2564 1460 S 0.0 0.0 2:51.13 init 2 root 20 0 0 0 0 S 0.0 0.0 0:00.00 kthreadd 3 root 20 0 0 0 0 S 0.0 0.0 0:02.21 ksoftirqd/0 4 root 20 0 0 0 0 S 0.0 0.0 0:00.00 kworker/0:0 5 root 0 -20 0 0 0 S 0.0 0.0 0:00.00 kworker/0:0H 7 root 20 0 0 0 0 S 0.0 0.0 1:23.74 rcu_preempt 8 root 20 0 0 0 0 S 0.0 0.0 0:39.39 rcuop/0 . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get processes monitor
    Display information about processes that are running. The display is updated every few seconds.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get processes monitor top - 00:24:51 up 15 days, 6 min, 1 user, load average: 0.18, 0.16, 0.15 Tasks: 142 total, 2 running, 140 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie %Cpu(s): 6.2 us, 1.3 sy, 0.0 ni, 92.3 id, 0.2 wa, 0.0 hi, 0.0 si, 0.0 st KiB Mem: 16430284 total, 5863860 used, 10566424 free, 363284 buffers KiB Swap: 3997692 total, 0 used, 3997692 free. 1732000 cached Mem PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 1530 uproton 20 0 8867728 1.862g 23868 S 18.6 11.9 3041:54 java 2245 rabbitmq 20 0 1200504 110528 4568 S 4.6 0.7 484:17.48 beam.smp 1009 elastic+ 20 0 4611496 403996 15712 S 1.0 2.5 178:33.40 java 1261 ulocator 20 0 6738196 259908 14720 S 1.0 1.6 211:26.86 java . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get processes monitor
    Display information about processes that are running. The display is updated every few seconds.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get processes monitor top - 00:24:51 up 15 days, 6 min, 1 user, load average: 0.18, 0.16, 0.15 Tasks: 142 total, 2 running, 140 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie %Cpu(s): 6.2 us, 1.3 sy, 0.0 ni, 92.3 id, 0.2 wa, 0.0 hi, 0.0 si, 0.0 st KiB Mem: 16430284 total, 5863860 used, 10566424 free, 363284 buffers KiB Swap: 3997692 total, 0 used, 3997692 free. 1732000 cached Mem PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 1530 uproton 20 0 8867728 1.862g 23868 S 18.6 11.9 3041:54 java 2245 rabbitmq 20 0 1200504 110528 4568 S 4.6 0.7 484:17.48 beam.smp 1009 elastic+ 20 0 4611496 403996 15712 S 1.0 2.5 178:33.40 java 1261 ulocator 20 0 6738196 259908 14720 S 1.0 1.6 211:26.86 java . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Key Manager, Manager

    get publication <uuid>
    Display the publication for the specified object.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Object identifier
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get publication 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001 <<<Interpreted by Dfw>>> direction = RD_BOTH span = 8c466583-4186-4caa-abf5-8a3ff9523722,8642a216-ec51-45af-a4b2-57685d094f7e log = false flow = false priority = 2305843009213693951 action = RA_PASS type = RT_LAYER2 id = 1 publication = 3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get publication dump <filename>
    Dump publications to a file.
    Option Description
    <filename> Filename argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get publication dump pubs000 /var/vmware/nsx/file-store/pubs000
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get publications with transport-node <uuid>
    Display publications for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get publications with transport-node 8c466583-4186-4caa-abf5-8a3ff9523722 id: 8266f308-e9d0-47bb-bd7f-d5b10d7661f5 id: 329e4c03-01cf-434b-829b-9718ae1f4c83 id: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001 id: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000002
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get route [<prefix>]
    Display the routing table. Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.
    Option Description
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT Total number of routes: 7 b 11.11.11.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254 rl 100.64.1.0/31 [0/0] via 169.0.0.1 c 169.0.0.0/28 [0/0] via 169.0.0.2 ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.120.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.130.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 c 192.168.130.0/24 [0/0] via 192.168.130.3 or nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route 172.16.110.0/24 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get route bgp [<prefix>]
    Display BGP-learned routes from the routing table. Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.
    Option Description
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route bgp Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT b 11.11.11.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254 b 12.12.12.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254 or nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route bgp 12.12.12.1 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT b 12.12.12.0/24 [20/0] via 192.168.130.254
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get route connected [<prefix>]
    Display connected routes from the routing table. Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.
    Option Description
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route connected Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT c 169.0.0.0/28 [0/0] via 169.0.0.2 c 192.168.130.0/24 [0/0] via 192.168.130.3 or nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route connected 192.168.130.22 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT c 192.168.130.0/24 [0/0] via 192.168.130.3
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get route nat [<prefix>]
    Display NAT routes from the routing table. Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.
    Option Description
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route nat Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT t0n 11.11.1.0/24 [2/0] via 0.0.0.0 t1n 11.11.2.0/24 [3/0] via 169.254.0.1 nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route nat 11.11.2.0/24 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT t1n 11.11.2.0/24 [3/0] via 169.254.0.1
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get route prefix <prefix>
    Display the specified IPv4 route.
    Option Description
    <prefix> CIDR notation argument
    Example
    nsx> get route prefix 192.168.110.0/24 192.168.110.0/24 interface eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get route static [<prefix>]
    Display static routes from the routing table. Optionally specify a prefix or IP address to display only the route used for that network.
    Option Description
    <prefix> Prefix or IP address with optional prefix length
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route static Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT rl 100.64.1.0/31 [0/0] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.120.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 ns 172.16.130.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1 or nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> get route static 172.16.110.11 Flags: c - connected, s - static, b - BGP, ns - nsx_static nc - nsx_connected, rl - router_link, t0n: Tier0-NAT, t1n: Tier1-NAT ns 172.16.110.0/24 [3/3] via 169.0.0.1
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get routes
    Display all configured IPv4 routes.
    Example
    nsx> get routes 0.0.0.0/0 gateway 192.168.110.1 interface eth0 192.168.110.0/24 interface eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get routing-domain <uuid>
    Display information about the specified routing domain.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get routing-domain b333ac1f-189e-438a-bb06-3907bcd9fa70 Routing Domain UUID : b333ac1f-189e-438a-bb06-3907bcd9fa70 Replication Tunnels Tunnel : 68df048c-9d83-529c-acf3-ca192a1aa4a0 IFUID : 284 LOCAL : 100.100.100.3 REMOTE : 100.100.100.8 ENCAP : GENEVE MTEP : False Tunnel : 89f185e9-e5cf-5710-a724-3f6c31329d8b IFUID : 283 LOCAL : 100.100.100.3 REMOTE : 100.100.100.7 ENCAP : GENEVE MTEP : False
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get routing-domain <uuid>
    Display information about the specified routing domain.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get routing-domain <uuid> vtep
    Display information about all routing domains.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get routing-domain 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c vtep Routing-Domain-ID IP LABEL Segment MAC TransportNodeId 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 192.168.250.163 0x18801 192.168.250.0 04:00:c0:a8:fa:a3 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 99999999-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c 192.168.250.162 0xC801 192.168.250.0 04:00:c0:a8:fa:a2 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1d
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get routing-domains
    Display information about all routing domains.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    get routing-domains
    Display information about all routing domains.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get routing-domains Desired State: Routing Domain b333ac1f-189e-438a-bb06-3907bcd9fa70 Realized State: Routing Domain UUID : b333ac1f-189e-438a-bb06-3907bcd9fa70 Replication Tunnels Tunnel : 68df048c-9d83-529c-acf3-ca192a1aa4a0 IFUID : 284 LOCAL : 100.100.100.3 REMOTE : 100.100.100.8 ENCAP : GENEVE MTEP : False Tunnel : 89f185e9-e5cf-5710-a724-3f6c31329d8b IFUID : 283 LOCAL : 100.100.100.3 REMOTE : 100.100.100.7 ENCAP : GENEVE MTEP : False
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get routing-domains
    Display information about all routing domains.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get routing-domains Desired State: Routing-Domain c31126b8-be8d-49a5-a7ab-d7c13f6013eb 857212c6-3d87-4a4a-9700-0c9d23f74f1c
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get search-domains
    Get all domain names in the DNS search list.
    Example
    nsx> get search-domains eng.example.com corp.example.com example.com
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service <service-name>
    Display information about the specified service.
    Option Description
    <service-name> Node service argument
    Example
    nsx> get service snmp Service name: snmp Service state: running Start on boot: True
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service cluster-mgmt logging-level
    Display the log level for the cluster-mgmt service.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get service cluster-mgmt logging-level Logging level: debug
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get service controller logging-config
    Display global logging configuration.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get service controller logging-config Name: LogLevel: debug Name: BarrierSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: BgpConfigSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: BgpNeighborSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: BridgeClusterSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: CommunityListSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: ContainerSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DependencyGraphSpanUpdaterImpl:DepGraph LogLevel: debug Name: DependencyGraphSpanUpdaterImpl:SrcGraph LogLevel: debug Name: DhcpIpPoolSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DhcpRelaySplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DhcpStaticBindingSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DigraphSpanComputerImpl LogLevel: debug Name: DneRuleSectionSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DneRuleSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: FilterSpanSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: GlobalRoutingSplitter LogLevel: debug . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get service controller logging-config logging-level <level>
    Display the logging configuration for components that have the specified log level.
    Option Description
    <level> The controller service logging level
    Allowed values: off, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get service controller logging-config logging-level error Name: BgpConfigSplitter LogLevel: error Name: DhcpIpPoolSplitter LogLevel: error
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get service controller logging-config name <string>
    Display the logging configuration for the specified component.
    Option Description
    <string> String argument
    Allowed pattern: ^.*$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get service controller logging-config name BgpConfigSplitter Name: BgpConfigSplitter LogLevel: debug
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get service controller logging-config pattern <string>
    Display the logging configuration for components that match the specified pattern. The pattern can be a regular expression.
    Option Description
    <string> String argument
    Allowed pattern: ^.*$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get service controller logging-config pattern Dhcp Name: DhcpIpPoolSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DhcpRelaySplitter LogLevel: debug Name: DhcpStaticBindingSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: LogicalDhcpServerSplitter LogLevel: debug Name: com.vmware.nsx.canary.span.DhcpIpPoolSpanner LogLevel: debug Name: com.vmware.nsx.canary.span.DhcpStaticBindingSpanner LogLevel: debug Name: com.vmware.nsx.canary.span.LogicalDhcpServerSpanner LogLevel: debug
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get service controller logging-level
    Display the log level for the controller service.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get service controller logging-level Logging level: debug
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get service dataplane logging-level
    Display the log level of the dataplane service.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service edge-mgmt logging-level Log level: INFO
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service dhcp logging-level
    Display the log level of the dhcp service.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service edge-mgmt logging-level Log level: INFO
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service edge-mgmt logging-level
    Display the log level of the edge-mgmt service.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service edge-mgmt logging-level Log level: INFO
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service local-controller logging-level
    Display the log level of the local-controller service.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service local-controller logging-level Log level: INFO
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service local-controller state
    Display the state of the local controller service.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service local-controller state Uptime : 3556847.000 seconds (since 2016-09-12 18:07:03.20) Full Sync State : Completed at {'num': 1, 'time': '2016-09-20 10:19:24.22'} Controller Session : Up IPC Channel State Datapath Config : Up since 2016-09-12 18:07:06.37 Datapath State : Up since 2016-09-12 18:07:05.49 Edge MPA Client : Up since 2016-09-12 18:07:03.84 NetCPA : Up since 2016-09-12 18:07:03.97 Routing Service : Up since 2016-09-12 18:07:03.37 BFD Config : None BFD State : None
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service nsx-control-plane-agent status
    Get service nsx control plane agent status
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service router config
    Display the entire routing configuration.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service router config ROUTING CONFIGURATION: ====================== { "redist": { "bgp_enabled": true }, "redistri_rules": [ { "rule": [ { "to_proto": 1, "seq_id": 0, "flags": 103, "name": { "string": "rule3" }, "description": { "string": "Rule3" } } ] } ], "static_route": [ { "prefix": { "ipv4": "1.1.1.0", "prefix_length": 25 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 3, "ip": { "ipv4": "169.254.0.1" }, "if_index": 6, "admin_distance": 3 } ] }, { "prefix": { "ipv4": "11.11.1.0", "prefix_length": 24 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 4, "if_index": 1, "admin_distance": 2 } ] }, { "prefix": { "ipv4": "111.111.0.0", "prefix_length": 16 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 3, "ip": { "ipv4": "169.254.0.1" }, "if_index": 6, "admin_distance": 3 } ] }, { "prefix": { "ipv4": "11.11.2.0", "prefix_length": 24 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 5, "ip": { "ipv4": "169.254.0.1" }, "if_index": 6, "admin_distance": 3 } ] }, { "prefix": { "ipv4": "100.64.1.0", "prefix_length": 31 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 7, "ip": { "ipv4": "169.254.0.1" }, "if_index": 6, "admin_distance": 0 } ] }, { "prefix": { "ipv4": "1.1.3.0", "prefix_length": 24 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 6, "ip": { "ipv4": "169.254.0.1" }, "if_index": 6, "admin_distance": 0 } ] }, { "prefix": { "ipv4": "1.1.2.0", "prefix_length": 24 }, "nexthops": [ { "route_type": 3, "ip": { "ipv4": "169.254.0.1" }, "if_index": 6, "admin_distance": 3 } ] } ], "bgp_config": { "enabled": true, "local_as": 422, "graceful_restart": false, "neighbor": [ { "enable": true, "remote_as": 420, "description": { "string": "BGP_config created through automation" }, "hold_down_timer": 4, "address_family": [ { "route_map_out": { "route_map_seq": [ { "action": 1, "route_map_set": {}, "id": 1, "match": { "prefix_list": [ { "prefix": [ { "action": 1, "index": 109, "network": { "ipv4": "1.1.1.0", "prefix_length": 25 }, "seq_id": 1 } ], "name": "1.1.1.0/25" } ] } }, { "action": 1, "route_map_set": { "metric": 1000 }, "id": 2, "match": { "prefix_list": [ { "prefix": [ { "index": 106, "network": { "ipv4": "1.1.0.0", "prefix_length": 16 }, "seq_id": 1, "less_or_equal_bits": 24, "action": 1, "greater_or_equal_bits": 16 } ], "name": "1.1.0.0/16" } ] } } ], "name": { "string": "1.1.0.0" } }, "enabled": true, "type": "IPv4_UNICAST" } ], "keep_alive_timer": 1, "src_ip_address": { "ipv4": "40.40.40.1" }, "ip_address": { "ipv4": "40.40.40.10" }, "enable_bfd": false, "name": { "string": "auto-bgp-config-1" } }, { "enable": true, "remote_as": 420, "description": { "string": "BGP_config created through automation" }, "hold_down_timer": 3, "address_family": [ { "enabled": true, "type": "IPv4_UNICAST", "route_map_in": { "route_map_seq": [ { "action": 1, "route_map_set": { "weight": 200 }, "id": 1, "match": { "prefix_list": [ { "prefix": [ { "index": 103, "network": { "ipv4": "2.1.0.0", "prefix_length": 16 }, "seq_id": 1, "less_or_equal_bits": 28, "action": 1, "greater_or_equal_bits": 16 } ], "name": "2.1.0.0" } ] } } ], "name": { "string": "2.1.0.0" } } } ], "keep_alive_timer": 1, "src_ip_address": { "ipv4": "90.90.90.2" }, "ip_address": { "ipv4": "90.90.90.10" }, "enable_bfd": false, "name": { "string": "auto-bgp-config-4" } } ], "ecmp": true }, "routing_global": { "router_id": { "ipv4": "40.40.40.1" }, "op_state_up": true, "role": 2, "forwarding_up_timer": 0 } }
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service router config redist
    Display the redistribution configuration.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service router config redist REDISTRIBUTION CONFIGURATION: ============================= redist: { "bgp_enabled": true } redistri_rules: [ { "rule": [ { "to_proto": 1, "seq_id": 0, "flags": 103, "name": { "string": "rule3" }, "description": { "string": "Rule3" } } ] } ]
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get service router config route-maps
    Display the route map configuration.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get service router config route-maps ROUTE MAP CONFIGURATION: ============================ route_map_out: { "name": { "string": "1.1.0.0" }, "route_map_seq": [ { "action": 1, "id": 1, "match": { "prefix_list": [ { "name": "1.1.1.0/25", "prefix": [ { "action": 1, "index": 109, "network": { "ipv4": "1.1.1.0", "prefix_length": 25 }, "seq_id": 1 } ] } ] }, "route_map_set": {} }, { "action": 1, "id": 2, "match": { "prefix_list": [ { "name": "1.1.0.0/16", "prefix": [ { "action": 1, "greater_or_equal_bits": 16, "index": 106, "less_or_equal_bits": 24, "network": { "ipv4": "1.1.0.0", "prefix_length": 16 }, "seq_id": 1 } ] } ] }, "route_map_set": { "metric": 1000 } } ] } route_map_in: { "name": { "string": "2.1.0.0" }, "route_map_seq": [ { "action": 1, "id": 1, "match": { "prefix_list": [ { "name": "2.1.0.0", "prefix": [ { "action": 1, "greater_or_equal_bits": 16, "index": 103, "less_or_equal_bits": 28, "network": { "ipv4": "2.1.0.0", "prefix_length": 16 }, "seq_id": 1 } ] } ] }, "route_map_set": { "weight": 200 } } ] }
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get services
    Display information about all services.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get services Service name: http Service state: running Session timeout: 1800 Connection timeout: 30000 Service name: manager Service state: running Logging level: info Service name: mgmt-plane-bus Service state: running Service name: node-mgmt Service state: running Service name: nsx-message-bus Service state: running Service name: ntp Service state: running Service name: install-upgrade Service state: stopped Enabled: False Enabled on: 10.10.10.10 Service name: snmp Service state: running Start on boot: True Service name: ssh Service state: running Start on boot: True Service name: syslog Service state: running
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get sockets
    Display active network connections.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get sockets Proto Remote Port Local Port In Out tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 7440 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 9200 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 7441 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 4369 0 0 tcp --listen-- 192.168.110.42 65012 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 9300 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 53 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 22 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 15671 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 7000 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 443 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 2812 0 0 tcp --listen-- 192.168.110.42 7070 0 0 tcp --listen-- 192.168.110.42 7071 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 32000 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 8001 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 32001 0 0 . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get sockets
    Display active network connections.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get sockets Proto Remote Port Local Port In Out tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 7440 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 9200 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 7441 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 4369 0 0 tcp --listen-- 192.168.110.42 65012 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 9300 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 53 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 22 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 15671 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 7000 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 443 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 2812 0 0 tcp --listen-- 192.168.110.42 7070 0 0 tcp --listen-- 192.168.110.42 7071 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 32000 0 0 tcp --listen-- --any-- 8001 0 0 tcp --listen-- 127.0.0.1 32001 0 0 . . .
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Key Manager, Manager

    get stats
    Display the statistics for all interfaces in the path.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get stats UUID RX PKTS TX PKTS RX BYTES TX BYTES RX Drops TX Drops de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 23796 14321 1576814 957858 3 0 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a 38 127 2807 9150 15 0 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 127 38 9150 2807 0 0 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 38 127 2807 9150 0 0 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a 127 38 9150 2807 8 0 bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a 29 14 1890 980 0 0 ->5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 14 29 980 1890 0 0 eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa 29 14 1890 980 0 0 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 14 29 980 1890 0 0 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb 17 22 1422 1316 0 0 c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 22 17 1316 1422 0 0 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db 3 23 126 1394 0 0 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 23 3 1394 126 2 0 dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 0 7 0 686 0 0 fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab 7 0 686 0 0 0
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get stats
    Display statistics for the logical router in the VRF context.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(vrf)> get stats Logical Router UUID : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 VRF : 0 LR-ID : 0 name : R1 type : TUNNEL Statistics Dropped No Memory : 0 Dropped No Route : 0
    Mode
    VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get support-bundle [file <filename> [all]]
    Display the contents of the tech support bundle. Specify the file argument to save the bundle to a file with the specified file name in the file store. This support bundle does not contain core or audit log files. To include those files, specify the all argument.

    Core files contain system information and all information stored in memory at the time of the dump (this may include confidential, sensitive or personal information such as passwords and encryption keys, if they are being processed in memory at that time). If you choose to send the support bundle to VMware, it will be processed in accordance with VMware’s standard processes and policies, to provide you with support, fix problems and improve the product and services.

    Option Description
    <filename> Name of file to generate, for example support-bundle.tgz
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get support-bundle -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- /usr/sbin/arp -n -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask Iface 192.168.110.201 ether 00:50:56:a9:8a:8c C eth0 192.168.110.101 ether 00:50:56:a9:45:29 C eth0 192.168.110.1 ether 68:ef:bd:4e:98:7f C eth0 192.168.110.10 ether 00:50:56:a6:e0:14 C eth0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- /bin/df -lT -x securityfs -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Filesystem Type 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on udev devtmpfs 8206240 4 8206236 1% /dev tmpfs tmpfs 1643032 772 1642260 1% /run /dev/sda2 ext4 19554584 2229116 16309100 13% / none tmpfs 4 0 4 0% /sys/fs/cgroup none tmpfs 5120 0 5120 0% /run/lock none tmpfs 8215140 4 8215136 1% /run/shm none tmpfs 102400 0 102400 0% /run/user /dev/mapper/nsx-repository ext4 19551512 308428 18226868 2% /repository . . . nsx-manager-1> get support-bundle file support-bundle.tgz support-bundle.tgz created, use the following command to transfer the file: copy file support-bundle.tgz url After transferring support-bundle.tgz, extract it using: tar xzf support-bundle.tgz nsx-manager-1> get support-bundle file support-bundle-all.tgz all support-bundle-all.tgz created, use the following command to transfer the file: copy file support-bundle-all.tgz url After transferring support-bundle-all.tgz, extract it using: tar xzf support-bundle-all.tgz
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get topology
    Display the topology of the system.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get topology Machine (3949MB) Socket L#0 + Core L#0 + PU L#0 (P#0) Socket L#1 + Core L#1 + PU L#1 (P#1) HostBridge L#0 PCI 8086:7111 PCI 15ad:0405 GPU L#0 "card0" GPU L#1 "controlD64" PCI 1000:0030 Block L#2 "sda" PCIBridge PCI 15ad:07b0 Net L#3 "eth0" PCIBridge PCI 15ad:07b0 PCIBridge PCI 15ad:07b0 PCIBridge PCI 15ad:07b0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get transport-node <uuid> arp-table
    Display the ARP table for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 arp-table VNI IP MAC TransportNode-ID 17288 172.16.110.11 00:50:56:8e:91:12 bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-node <uuid> mac-table
    Display the MAC address table for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 mac-table VNI MAC VTEP-IP TransportNode-ID 17288 00:50:56:8e:91:12 192.168.210.100 bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-node <uuid> routing-domain
    Display routing domains joined by the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 routing-domain Routing-Domain-ID 133fa69c-756e-4d7e-8ac2-1317b9e02e31 133fa69c-756e-4d7e-8ac2-1317b9e02e32
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-node <uuid> routing-vtep
    Display the routing vtep table for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 routing-vtep Routing-Domain-ID IP LABEL Segment MAC TransportNode-ID 133fa69c-756e-4d7e-8ac2-1317b9e02e31 92.168.210.100 0x15801 192.168.210.0 00:50:56:67:af:f4 bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 133fa69c-756e-4d7e-8ac2-1317b9e02e32 192.168.210.100 0x15801 192.168.210.0 00:50:56:67:af:f4 bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-node <uuid> status
    Display status information for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 status TransportNode-ID Controller TransportNode-IP SSL-Enabled Connection-State Config-State TransportNode-Version Failure-Reason bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 127.0.0.1 192.168.210.51 true OPENED OPENED 1.1.0.0.0.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-node <uuid> vifs
    Display VIF information for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 vifs VIF LogSwitchPort-ID TransportNode-ID TransportNode-IP 133fa69c-756e-4d7e-8ac2-1317b9e02e31 9a71e870-f386-47c6-ae7f-f5e0895dba8b bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 192.168.210.51
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-node <uuid> vtep
    Display all tunnel end points for the specified transport node.
    Option Description
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-node bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 vtep VNI IP LABEL Segment MAC TransportNode-ID 39816 192.168.210.100 0x15801 192.168.210.0 00:50:56:67:af:f4 bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 17288 192.168.210.100 0x15801 192.168.210.0 00:50:56:67:af:f4 bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get transport-nodes status
    Display status information for all transport nodes.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get transport-nodes status TransportNode-ID Controller TransportNode-IP SSL-Enabled Connection-State Config-State TransportNode-Version Failure-Reason bfd72df1-ed5f-405f-a9d1-585e550bc677 127.0.0.1 192.168.210.51 true OPENED OPENED 1.1.0.0.0.0 e12ce1d1-b3d9-4602-ba81-91e1fa6a60e4 127.0.0.1 192.168.210.51 true OPENED CLOSED 1.1.0.0.0.0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get tunnel-port <uuid>
    Display information about the specified tunnel port.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get tunnel-port d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa Tunnel : d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa IFUID : 295 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.160 ENCAP : STT
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get tunnel-port <uuid> stats
    Display statistics for the specified tunnel port.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get tunnel-port 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 stats Tunnel : 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 RX-Packets : 0 RX-Bytes : 0 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 3498 TX-Bytes : 433752 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Route : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get tunnel-ports
    Display information about all tunnel ports.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get tunnel-ports Tunnel : d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa IFUID : 295 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.160 ENCAP : STT Tunnel : 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 IFUID : 296 LOCAL : 192.168.250.162 REMOTE : 192.168.250.161 ENCAP : STT
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get tunnel-ports stats
    Display statistics for all tunnel ports.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get tunnel-ports stats Tunnel : d87cd7e0-eb91-5dd5-bae4-ceb0a2760bfa RX-Packets : 0 RX-Bytes : 0 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 3325 TX-Bytes : 412300 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Route : 0 Tunnel : 6598ab27-95c6-50ef-85b3-89b7811ab672 RX-Packets : 0 RX-Bytes : 0 RX-Drops : 0 Malformed : 0 No-Match : 0 L2-Loop : 0 TX-Packets : 3331 TX-Bytes : 413044 TX-Drops : 0 No-Memory : 0 No-Route : 0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    get upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook <playbook-file>
    Display the contents of the specified playbook for the specified upgrade bundle.
    Option Description
    <bundle-name> Name of NSX upgrade bundle in the file store
    <playbook-file> Name of Playbook file to use
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get upgrade-bundle VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714 playbook VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714-playbook steps: - name: 11-preinstall-enter_maintenance_mode - name: install_os - name: reboot - name: 41-postboot-exit_maintenance_mode - name: finish_upgrade
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get upgrade-bundle playbooks
    Display all playbooks in the file store.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get upgrade-bundle playbooks playbook VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714-playbook
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get uptime
    Display the system uptime information.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> get uptime 16:34:39 up 15 days, 16:16, 1 user, load average: 0.55, 0.25, 0.26
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get user <username> ssh-keys
    Get SSH keys from authorized_keys file for specified user.
    Option Description
    <username> Username of user
    Example
    nsx> get user admin ssh-keys label: user1@domain1 type: ssh-rsa value: 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 label: user2@domain2 type: ssh-rsa value: 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 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get version
    Display the version of the NSX appliance.
    Example
    nsx> get version VMware NSX Software, Version 1.0.0.0.0.3255655 Technical Support: http://www.vmware.com/support.html Copyright © 2015-2017 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by copyright and intellectual property laws in the United States and other countries as well as by international treaties. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM, Host Public Cloud

    get version
    Display the version of the NSX appliance.
    Example
    nsx> get version VMware NSX Software, Version 1.0.0.0.0.3255655 Technical Support: http://www.vmware.com/support.html Copyright © 2015-2017 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by copyright and intellectual property laws in the United States and other countries as well as by international treaties. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    get vif <vif>
    Display information about the sepcified VIF. You can find VIF IDs with the get transport-node <uuid> vif command or the get logical-switch <uuid> ports command (see Child-UUID where Child-EntityType is VIF).
    Option Description
    <vif> VIF ID
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> get vif c78a1655-228c-493b-88cf-6b77dafe908d VIF LogSwitchPort-ID TransportNode-ID TransportNode-IP c78a1655-228c-493b-88cf-6b77dafe908d 335bbfdc-d6d6-4d87-8fb1-b98614fff1d8 de9dca49-fc90-43ae-aa65-3b0148da4eee 192.168.210.51
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    get vif <vif>
    Get VIF
    Option Description
    <vif> VIF ID
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get vm-network-mode
    Dump the host's network mode and tagged interface.
    Example
    host-1> get vm-network-mode VM-Network-Mode : Overlay Interface : eth1
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Host Public Cloud

    get vswitch runtime
    Display all vSwitch runtime options on this host.
    Example
    esx-1> get vswitch runtime IGMPQueries: 2 IGMPQueryInterval: 125 IGMPRouterIP: 0.0.0.0 IGMPV3MaxSrcIPNum: 10 IGMPVersion: 3 MLDRouterIP: FE80::FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF MLDV2MaxSrcIPNum: 10 MLDVersion: 2 MaxRARPsPerInterval: 128 RARPAdvertisementDuration: 60 TeamPolicyUpDelay: 100
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    get vteps
    Display information about all tunnel endpoints.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> get vteps Remote VTEP IP : 192.168.250.161 Remote VTEP Label : 12289 Local VTEP IP : 192.168.250.162 Local VTEP Label : 51201 Remote VTEP IP : 192.168.250.160 Remote VTEP Label : 61441
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    help
    Display help information. See the example below.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> help NSX CLI help is available via a variety of different ways: 1. From the command prompt, enter: help This full help message is shown. 2. Tab completion Tab completion is always available to either complete a valid command word or complete a valid argument. If completion cannot be performed, a message is shown to indicate the reason. For example: ge<tab> 3. Pressing ? At any time, pressing ? shows possible options for the command entered. If no options are available, a helpful message is shown to indicate the reason. For example: get ? 4. From the command prompt, enter: list View all supported commands and command parameters.
    Mode
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, ESXi, KVM, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    initialize control-cluster
    Initialize the cluster on the first controller.
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> initialize control-cluster Control cluster initialization successful.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    join control-cluster <ip-address[:port]> [thumbprint <thumbprint>]
    Join a new controller to the cluster. Run the join control-cluster command on a controller that already belongs to the cluster. Run the get control-cluster certificate thumbprint command on the new controller to get the thumbprint.
    Option Description
    <ip-address[:port]> IP address of an NSX Controller and optional port
    <thumbprint> The thumbprint of the controller
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> join control-cluster 192.168.110.110 thumbprint 4afe87618879065e20dec4e880be3ec91302e1cb55461c18e3a6b1a2b2ba4373 Node 192.168.110.110 has successfully joined the control cluster. Please run 'activate control-cluster' command on the new node.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    join management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> thumbprint <thumbprint> token <token> [node-uuid <uuid>]
    Join this node to the management plane.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> Hostname or IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <token> Manager API token
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9a-fA-F]{8}-([0-9a-fA-F]{4}-){3}[0-9a-fA-F]{12}$
    Example
    nsx-edge> join management-plane 192.168.110.105 node-uuid 692eef9a-026e-4e24-8494-251990b2b4e3 thumbprint 7f1374c339b592da504b352857a0bdc4e77b9b998a9971f9335633210f667c97 token fd872487-07db-43c6-9067-acb2b9fe1fe4 Node successfully registered as Fabric Node: 692eef9a-026e-4e24-8494-251990b2b4e3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    join management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Join this node to the management plane.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> Hostname or IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    nsx-edge> join management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint 7f1374c339b592da504b352857a0bdc4e77b9b998a9971f9335633210f667c97 Password for API user: Node successfully registered as Fabric Node: 692eef9a-026e-4e24-8494-251990b2b4e3
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    join management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Join this hypervisor host with the management plane. You can specify any NSX Manager in the management cluster in this command.

    Use the API username and password for the specified NSX Manager. If you do not provide a password on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one.

    Get the NSX Manager thumbprint by running the get certificate api thumbprint command on the specified NSX Manager.

    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> Hostname or IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    host-1> join management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint 898b75618e3e56615d53f987a720ff22b6381f4b85bec1eb973214ff7361f8b8 Password for API user: Node successfully joined
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    join management-plane <ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Join this controller with the management plane. You can specify any NSX Manager in the management cluster in this command.

    Use the API username and password for the specified NSX Manager. If you do not provide a password on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one.

    Get the NSX Manager thumbprint by running the get certificate api thumbprint command on the specified NSX Manager.

    Option Description
    <ip-address[:port]> IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> join management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint fef089bbfbd2e10da6ee08c7ff4a95da1368587abfd2c6db59c8db540bc43e58 Password for API user: Node successfully registered and controller restarted
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    join management-plane <ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>] [interface-name <interface-name>]
    Join this keymanager with the management plane. You can specify any NSX Manager in the management cluster in this command.

    Use the API username and password for the specified NSX Manager. If you do not provide a password on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one.

    Get the NSX Manager thumbprint by running the get certificate api thumbprint command on the specified NSX Manager.

    Specify the network interface name used for hypervisors to request keys.

    Option Description
    <ip-address[:port]> IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    Example
    nsx-keymanager-1> join management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint fef089bbfbd2e10da6ee08c7ff4a95da1368587abfd2c6db59c8db540bc43e58 interface-name eth0 Password for API user: KeyManager node successfully registered and service restarted
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Key Manager

    list
    This command lists all available commands.
    Mode
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, ESXi, KVM, Host Public Cloud, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    nslookup <hostname>
    Display nslookup information.
    Option Description
    <hostname> System hostname argument
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> nslookup nsx-edge-1 Server: ns1.corp.local Address: 192.168.110.10 Name: nsx-edge-1 Address: 192.168.110.101
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    nslookup <hostname>
    Get DNS lookup information.

    Note that when run on an NSX Manager, the responding server is reported as 127.0.0.1 instead of the configured name server.

    Option Description
    <hostname> System hostname argument
    Example
    nslookup from an NSX Manager: nsx-manager-1> nslookup nsx-manager-2 Server: 127.0.0.1 Address: 127.0.0.1#53 Name: nsx-manager-2.corp.local Address: 192.168.110.202 nslookup from an NSX Controller: nsx-controller-1> nslookup nsx-manager-2 Server: 192.168.110.10 Address: 192.168.110.10#53 Name: nsx-manager-2.corp.local Address: 192.168.110.202
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Key Manager, Manager

    on <registered-node-uuid> exec [<command>]
    Run command on registered cluster/fabric nodes
    Option Description
    <registered-node-uuid> First UUID of any registered node
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    path <uuid> <ip-address>
    Enter path context mode. This mode allows you to get information about each interface that is in the path between the specified logical router port and the specified IP address.

    You can get a list of logical router interfaces with the get logical-router interfaces command.

    Once you are in the path context, use the path commands to navigate and get information, for example, get path, get current, up and down.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Datapath UUID argument
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> path de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 172.16.10.11 nsx-edge-1(path)>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    ping <hostname-or-ip-address>
    Ping an IP address. Use Control-C to stop the ping command.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> ping 192.168.110.1 PING 192.168.110.1 (192.168.110.1): 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 192.168.110.1: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.610 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.110.1: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.645 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.110.1: icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.889 ms ^C --- 192.168.110.1 ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0.0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 0.610/0.715/0.889/0.124 ms
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    ping <hostname-or-ip-address> [repeat <number>]
    Ping a host or IP address. Use Control-C to stop the command. Optionally use the repeat argument to specify how many packets to transmit.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    <number> Number argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> ping 10.192.43.71 PING 10.192.43.71 (10.192.43.71) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 10.192.43.71: icmp_seq=1 ttl=58 time=1.66 ms 64 bytes from 10.192.43.71: icmp_seq=2 ttl=58 time=0.961 ms 64 bytes from 10.192.43.71: icmp_seq=3 ttl=58 time=0.962 ms 64 bytes from 10.192.43.71: icmp_seq=4 ttl=58 time=0.883 ms 64 bytes from 10.192.43.71: icmp_seq=5 ttl=58 time=1.15 ms ^C --- 10.192.43.71 ping statistics --- 5 packets transmitted, 5 received, 0% packet loss, time 4003ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.883/1.125/1.665/0.285 ms
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Key Manager, Manager

    ping <hostname-or-ip-address> [repeat <number>] [size <number>] [source <hostname-or-ip-address>] [dfbit <enable>]
    Ping an IP address. Use Control-C to stop the ping command. The repeat argument specifies how many ping packets to transmit. The size argument specifies the size of the ping packet. The dfbit argument specifies whether to set the "don't fragment" bit in the ping packet. If enabled, the packet will not be fragmented.

    The source argument specifies which IP address to ping from. This may be required in some circumstances for ping to work as expected. For example, if there is overlap in IP addresses used in the tier 0 and tier 1 router transit subnets, pings from the tier 0 VRF will not reach virtual machines on networks routed by the tier 1 router. If you use the source argument to specify a unique IP used by that VRF (in this case, the tier 0 uplink IP) the pings will reach the virtual machines.

    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    <number> Number argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    <enable> Enable argument
    Allowed values: ENABLE
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> ping 172.16.110.11 source 192.168.130.3 repeat 3 PING 172.16.110.11 (172.16.110.11) from 192.168.130.3: 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 172.16.110.11: icmp_seq=0 ttl=62 time=4.300 ms 64 bytes from 172.16.110.11: icmp_seq=1 ttl=62 time=1.879 ms 64 bytes from 172.16.110.11: icmp_seq=2 ttl=62 time=1.406 ms --- 172.16.110.11 ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0.0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 1.406/2.528/4.300/1.268 ms
    Mode
    Basic, VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    ping <hostname-or-ip-address> [repeat <number>] [size <number>] [source <hostname-or-ip-address>] [dfbit <enable>] [vrfid <vrf-id>]
    Ping an IP address. Use Control-C to stop the ping command. The repeat argument specifies how many ping packets to transmit. The vrf argument specifies which VRF to send the pings from. You can get a list of available VRFs with the get logical-routers command. The size argument specifies the size of the ping packet. The dfbit argument specifies whether to set the "don't fragment" bit in the ping packet. If enabled, the packet will not be fragmented.

    The source argument specifies which IP address to ping from. This may be required in some circumstances for ping to work as expected. For example, if there is overlap in IP addresses used in the tier 0 and tier 1 router transit subnets, pings from the tier 0 VRF will not reach virtual machines on networks routed by the tier 1 router. If you use the source argument to specify a unique IP used by that VRF (in this case, the tier 0 uplink IP) the pings will reach the virtual machines.

    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    <number> Number argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    <enable> Enable argument
    Allowed values: ENABLE
    <vrf-id> VRF ID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> ping 172.16.110.11 vrf 3 source 192.168.130.3 repeat 3 PING 172.16.110.11 (172.16.110.11) from 192.168.130.3: 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 172.16.110.11: icmp_seq=0 ttl=62 time=6.203 ms 64 bytes from 172.16.110.11: icmp_seq=1 ttl=62 time=3.908 ms 64 bytes from 172.16.110.11: icmp_seq=2 ttl=62 time=4.633 ms --- 172.16.110.11 ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0.0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 3.908/4.915/6.203/0.958 ms
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    reboot [force]
    Reboot the system. If you specify the force argument, the system will reboot immediately without prompting for confirmation.
    Example
    nsx> reboot Are you sure you want to reboot (yes/no): yes Broadcast message from root@nsx (unknown) at 1:21 ... The system is going down for reboot NOW! nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    reset dataplane corelist
    Reset the corelist-related boot time option to factory default.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> reset dataplane corelist 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json Generating grub configuration file ... Found linux image: /vmlinuz-3.14.17-nn4-server Found initrd image: //initrd.img-3.14.17-nn4-server File descriptor 4 (/tmp/ffix5oWn5 (deleted)) leaked on lvs invocation. Parent PID 30810: /bin/sh done INFO: Updated grub. Please reboot to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    reset dataplane hugepage
    Reset the hugepage-related boot time option to factory default.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> reset dataplane hugepage 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json Generating grub configuration file ... Found linux image: /vmlinuz-3.14.17-nn4-server Found initrd image: //initrd.img-3.14.17-nn4-server File descriptor 4 (/tmp/ffinvYglp (deleted)) leaked on lvs invocation. Parent PID 32203: /bin/sh done INFO: Updated grub. Please reboot to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    reset management-plane <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> username <username> thumbprint <thumbprint> [password <password>]
    Recover management plane account on the host. You can specify any NSX Manager in the management cluster in this command.

    Use the API username and password for the specified NSX Manager. If you do not provide a password on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one.

    Get the NSX Manager thumbprint by running the get certificate api thumbprint command on the specified NSX Manager.

    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> Hostname or IP address of an NSX Manager and optional port
    <username> Manager API username
    <thumbprint> Manager API thumbprint
    <password> Manager API password
    Example
    host-1> reset management-plane 192.168.110.105 username admin thumbprint 898b75618e3e56615d53f987a720ff22b6381f4b85bec1eb973214ff7361f8b8 Password for API user: Node successfully joined
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi, KVM

    restart service <service-name>
    Restart the specified service.
    Option Description
    <service-name> Node restartable service argument
    Example
    nsx> restart service snmp nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    restore node file <filename> [passphrase <passphrase>]
    Restore a backup of NSX KeyManager node data.

    If you do not provide a passphrase on the command line, you will be prompted to enter one. If you cannot remember the passphrase used to create the backup, you will not be able to restore the backup.

    Important: This restore request is one part of the restore process. You must complete all backup and restore tasks in the correct order. See the NSX-T Administration Guide for information and instructions about performing backups and restores.

    Option Description
    <filename> Existing file argument
    <passphrase> Backup passphrase
    Example
    nsx-keymanager-1> restore node file backup-node-timestamp.tar.gz Passphrase: nsx-keymanagermanager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Key Manager

    resume upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook
    Resume an upgrade after running the command start upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook <playbook-file> and the system was rebooted.
    Option Description
    <bundle-name> Name of NSX upgrade bundle in the file store
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> resume upgrade-bundle VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714 playbook Resuming paused playbook /var/vmware/nsx/file-store/VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714-playbook.yml Validating playbook /var/vmware/nsx/file-store/VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714-playbook.yml Running "41-postboot-exit_maintenance_mode" (step 4 of 5) Running "finish_upgrade" (step 5 of 5) Playbook finished successfully { "info": "", "body": null, "state": 1, "state_text": "CMD_SUCCESS" }
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    rollback upgrade-bundle <bundle-name>
    Roll back an upgrade with the specified upgrade bundle.
    Option Description
    <bundle-name> Name of NSX upgrade bundle in the file store
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> rollback upgrade-bundle VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714 info : task_id : 696bb3c3-6ab2-4902-bf6e-4d6a6047127a state : 1 state_text : CMD_SUCCESS nsx-edge-1> Broadcast message from admin@nsx-edge-1 (unknown) at 4:06 ... The system is going down for reboot NOW!
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set auth-policy api lockout-period <lockout-period>
    Sets the amount of time, in seconds, that an account will remain locked out of the API after exceeding the maximum number of failed authentication attempts.
    Option Description
    <lockout-period> Lockout period in seconds
    Example
    nsx> set auth-policy api lockout-period 900 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set auth-policy api lockout-reset-period <lockout-reset-period>
    In order to trigger an account lockout, all authentication failures must occur in this time window. If the reset period exprires, the failed login count is reset to zero.
    Option Description
    <lockout-reset-period> Lockout reset period in seconds
    Example
    nsx> set auth-policy api lockout-period 300 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set auth-policy api max-auth-failures <auth-failures>
    Set the number of failed API authentication attempts that are allowed before the account is locked. If set to 0, account lockout is disabled.
    Option Description
    <auth-failures> Number of authentication failures to trigger lockout
    Example
    nsx> set auth-policy api max-auth-failures 5 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set auth-policy cli lockout-period <lockout-period>
    Sets the amount of time, in seconds, that an account will remain locked out of the CLI after exceeding the maximum number of failed authentication attempts.
    Option Description
    <lockout-period> Lockout period in seconds
    Example
    nsx> set auth-policy cli lockout-period 900 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set auth-policy cli max-auth-failures <auth-failures>
    Set the number of failed CLI authentication attempts that are allowed before the account is locked. If set to 0, account lockout is disabled.
    Option Description
    <auth-failures> Number of authentication failures to trigger lockout
    Example
    nsx> set auth-policy cli max-auth-failures 5 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set auth-policy minimum-password-length <password-length>
    Set the minimum number of characters that passwords must have. The smallest value that can be set is 8.
    Option Description
    <password-length> Password length argument
    Example
    nsx> set auth-policy minimum-password-length 12 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set auth-policy vidm enabled
    Set the vidm service's enabled property.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set auth-policy vidm enabled nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set auth-policy vidm hostname <hostname-or-ip-address> thumbprint <thumbprint> client-id <vidm-client-id> client-secret <vidm-client-secret> node-hostname <hostname-or-ip-address>
    Set the vidm's properties.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    <thumbprint> The thumbprint of the vidm host
    <vidm-client-id> vIDM client id parameter
    Allowed pattern: .*
    <vidm-client-secret> vIDM client secret parameter
    Allowed pattern: .*
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set auth-policy vidm hostname jt-vidm.eng.vmware.com thumbprint 898b75618e3e56615d53f987a720ff22b6381f4b85bec1eb973214ff7361f8b8 client-id myClient client-secret mySecret node-hostname jt-nsx.eng.vmware.com\n nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set banner
    Set the security banner or message of the day.
    Example
    nsx> set banner Enter TEXT message. End with 'Ctrl-D' Authorized access only nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set capture session <session-number>
    Start a packet capture. You must have already configured the packet capture with the set capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name> direction <direction> command in basic mode, or with the set capture session <session-number> direction <direction> command in path mode.

    Use the get capture sessions command in basic mode to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> set capture session 1 01:39:58.374489 20:00:00:00:00:f1 > 33:33:00:00:00:16, ethertype IPv6 (0x86dd), length 90: fe80::2200:ff:fe00:f1 > ff02::16: HBH ICMP6, multicast listener report v2, 1 group record(s), length 28 <base64>MzMAAAAWIAAAAADxht1gAAAAACQAAf6AAAAAAAAAIgAA//4AAPH/AgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWOgAFAgAAAQCPAE4nAAAAAQQAAAD/AgAAAAAAAAAAAAH/AADx<base64> 01:39:58.374506 20:00:00:00:00:f1 > 33:33:00:00:00:02, ethertype IPv6 (0x86dd), length 70: fe80::2200:ff:fe00:f1 > ff02::2: ICMP6, router solicitation, length 16 <base64>MzMAAAACIAAAAADxht1gAAAAABA6//6AAAAAAAAAIgAA//4AAPH/AgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAChQA5TAAAAAABASAAAAAA8Q==<base64> . . .
    Mode
    Basic, Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set capture session <session-number>
    Start a packet capture. You must have already configured the packet capture with the set capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name> direction <direction> command in basic mode, or with the set capture session <session-number> direction <direction> command in path mode.

    Use the get capture sessions command in basic mode to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    Example
    kvm-1(path)> set capture session 1 01:39:58.374489 20:00:00:00:00:f1 > 33:33:00:00:00:16, ethertype IPv6 (0x86dd), length 90: fe80::2200:ff:fe00:f1 > ff02::16: HBH ICMP6, multicast listener report v2, 1 group record(s), length 28 <base64>MzMAAAAWIAAAAADxht1gAAAAACQAAf6AAAAAAAAAIgAA//4AAPH/AgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWOgAFAgAAAQCPAE4nAAAAAQQAAAD/AgAAAAAAAAAAAAH/AADx<base64> 01:39:58.374506 20:00:00:00:00:f1 > 33:33:00:00:00:02, ethertype IPv6 (0x86dd), length 70: fe80::2200:ff:fe00:f1 > ff02::2: ICMP6, router solicitation, length 16 <base64>MzMAAAACIAAAAADxht1gAAAAABA6//6AAAAAAAAAIgAA//4AAPH/AgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAChQA5TAAAAAABASAAAAAA8Q==<base64> . . .
    Mode
    Basic, Path
    Availability
    KVM

    set capture session <session-number> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>]
    Start a packet capture. You must have already configured the packet capture with the set capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name> direction <direction> command.

    If you don't specify a file, the output displays on the terminal.

    Type Control-C to end the packet capture.

    You can filter the capture using tcpdump expressions. The expression must be the last argument of the command.

    Use the get capture sessions command to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <filename> Capture file name
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    <packet-count> Packet count value greater than or equal to 1
    <expression> Packet capture expression
    Example
    kvm-1> set capture session 1 count 1 expression host 192.168.130.254 and port 22 02:59:09.825531 00:50:56:8e:29:c7 > 02:50:56:00:00:01, ethertype 802.1Q (0x8100), length 78: vlan 130, p 0, ethertype IPv4, 192.168.130.254.36792 > 192.168.130.3.22: Flags [S], seq 2401912755, win 29200, options [mss 1460,sackOK,TS val 60617296 ecr 0,nop,wscale 6], length 0 kvm-1> or kvm-1> set capture session 1 file capturefile count 5 expression port 22 Capture 5 packets to file initiated, enter Ctrl-C to terminate before all packets captured 5 packets captured 5 packets received by filter 0 packets dropped by kernel 110 packets dropped by interface
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    set capture session <session-number> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>]
    Start a packet capture. You must have already configured the packet capture with the set capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name> direction <direction> command.

    If you don't specify a file, the output displays on the terminal.

    Type Control-C to end the packet capture.

    You can filter the capture using tcpdump expressions. The expression must be the last argument of the command.

    Use the get capture sessions command to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <filename> Capture file name
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    <packet-count> Packet count value greater than or equal to 1
    <expression> Packet capture expression
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set capture session 1 count 1 expression host 192.168.130.254 and port 22 02:59:09.825531 00:50:56:8e:29:c7 > 02:50:56:00:00:01, ethertype 802.1Q (0x8100), length 78: vlan 130, p 0, ethertype IPv4, 192.168.130.254.36792 > 192.168.130.3.22: Flags [S], seq 2401912755, win 29200, options [mss 1460,sackOK,TS val 60617296 ecr 0,nop,wscale 6], length 0 nsx-edge-1> or nsx-edge-1> set capture session 1 file capturefile count 5 expression port 22 Capture 5 packets to file initiated, enter Ctrl-C to terminate before all packets captured 5 packets captured 5 packets received by filter 0 packets dropped by kernel 110 packets dropped by interface
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set capture session <session-number> direction <direction>
    Configure a packet capture using the current interface in the path. You can change the current interface and run this command again to configure multiple interfaces on the same packet capture session.

    Start the packet capture with the set capture session <session-number> command in either basic or path mode, or with the set capture session <session-number> [file <filename> [count <packet-count> [expression <expression> command in basic mode.

    Use the get capture sesssions command in basic mode to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <direction> Direction argument is one of {in|out|both}
    Allowed values: in, out, both
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> set capture session 1 direction both nsx-edge-1(path)>
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set capture session <session-number> interface <interface-name> direction <direction>
    Configure a packet capture using the specified interface. You can run this command multiple times to configure multiple interfaces on the same packet capture session.

    To run the packet capture using this configuration, use the set capture session <session-number> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>] command.

    If you need to capture packets from only one interface, you can configure and run the packet capture with a single command: start capture interface <interface-name> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>].

    Use the get capture sessions command to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    <direction> Direction argument is one of {in|out|both}
    Allowed values: in, out, both
    Example
    kvm-1> set capture session 1 interface b592a7c8-4e21-493e-b0fc-0b1d152c949c direction both kvm-1> get capture session 1 Packet Capture Session ID : 1 PORTS : ['b592a7c8-4e21-493e-b0fc-0b1d152c949c']
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    KVM

    set capture session <session-number> interface <port-uuid-name> direction <direction>
    Configure a packet capture using the specified interface. You can run this command multiple times to configure multiple interfaces on the same packet capture session.

    To run the packet capture using this configuration, use the set capture session <session-number> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>] command.

    If you need to capture packets from only one interface, you can configure and run the packet capture with a single command: start capture interface <interface-name> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>].

    Use the get capture sessions command to see all configured capture sessions.

    Option Description
    <session-number> Session ID argument in numbers
    Allowed values: 1, 2, 3
    <port-uuid-name> Datapath String argument
    <direction> Direction argument is one of {in|out|both}
    Allowed values: in, out, both
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set capture session 1 interface fp-eth0 direction both nsx-edge-1> set capture session 1 interface fp-eth1 direction both nsx-edge-1> get capture session 1 Packet Capture Session ID : 1 PORTS : ['fp-eth0', 'fp-eth1']
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set cli-timeout <timeout>
    Set inactivity timeout in seconds. To disable the timeout, specify 0.
    Option Description
    <timeout> Number of seconds before timeout or 0 to disable timeout
    Example
    nsx> set cli-timeout 0 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set control-cluster security <on|off>
    Enable/Disable security for the controller cluster. Security is enabled by default.
    Option Description
    <on|off> Control cluster security setting
    Allowed values: on, off
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> set control-cluster security off Control cluster security disabled
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    set control-cluster security-model shared-secret [secret <shared-secret> [force]]
    Initialize the shared secret security mode on the controller. All controllers that use this security mode must use the same shared secret.
    Option Description
    <secret> Controller cluster shared secret
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> set control-cluster security-model shared-secret Secret: Security secret successfully set on the node.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    set dataplane flow-cache <enabled>
    Enable or disable flow cache.
    Option Description
    <enabled> One of {enabled|disabled}
    Allowed values: enabled, disabled
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set dataplane flow-cache enabled Please restart datapathd service for change to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set dataplane flow-cache-size <flow-cache-size>
    Set the flow cache size for each core
    Option Description
    <flow-cache-size> Flow cache size of a core
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set dataplane flow-cache-size 524288 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json INFO: Updated flow cache size. Please reboot to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set dataplane packet-queue-limit <number>
    Change the per-core packet queue limit
    Option Description
    <number> Max number of packets queued by each core
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set dataplane packet-queue-limit 1024 Please restart datapathd service for change to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set dataplane ring-size rx <ring-size>
    Set the rx ring size for physical ports.
    Option Description
    <ring-size> Ring size of a physical port
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set dataplane ring-size rx 1024 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json Please restart datapathd service for change to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set dataplane ring-size tx <ring-size>
    Set the tx ring size for physical ports.
    Option Description
    <ring-size> Ring size of a physical port
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set dataplane ring-size tx 1024 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json Please restart datapathd service for change to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set debug bgp
    Turn on BGP debugging.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> set debug bgp nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set debug routing ipstrace
    Turn on IPS tracing.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> set debug routing ipstrace nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Tier0_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set eula accepted
    Set the acceptance of End User License Agreement
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set firewall <uuid> local-ip <ip-address> sync-peer <uuid> sync-peer-ip <ip-address>
    Set the peer configuration for active/standby configuration. This configuration happens automatically when firewall rules are added to an active/standby logical router via the NSX Manager web interface or API.

    This command should be used for advanced configuration or troubleshooting only.

    If you manually configure the active/standby peer on an edge node, you must also configure its peer.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    <uuid> UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> set firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e local-ip 192.168.250.62 sync-peer e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e sync-peer-ip 192.168.250.63 nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set firewall <uuid> sync-rank <sync-rank> sync-mode <sync-mode>
    Set the firewall synchronization mode for active/standby configuration. This configuration happens automatically when firewall rules are added to an active/standby logical router via the NSX Manager web interface or API.

    This command should be used for advanced configuration or troubleshooting only.

    If you manually configure the active/standby sync, you must correctly configure both edge nodes in the active/standby configuration. One node must be configured as primary and one as secondary. One node must be configured as active, and one as passive.

    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    <sync-rank> One of {primary|secondary}
    Allowed values: primary, secondary
    <sync-mode> One of {active|passive}
    Allowed values: active, passive
    Example
    nsx-edge> set firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e sync-rank primary sync-mode active nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set gw-controller vm-log-forwarding <enabled>
    Enable/Disable VM log forwarding for all VMs
    Option Description
    <enabled> One of {enabled|disabled}
    Allowed values: enabled, disabled
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    set gw-controller vm-log-forwarding <enabled> <vm-id>
    Enable/Disable VM log forwarding for one VM
    Option Description
    <enabled> One of {enabled|disabled}
    Allowed values: enabled, disabled
    <vm-id> VM ID
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Public Cloud Gateway

    set hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled
    This command enables mandatory access control on the node. Usage for the command is set hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set hardening-policy mandatory-access-control enabled Mandatory Access Control is enabled, but requires a reboot.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set host-switch <host-switch-name> mcast-filter <mcast-filter-mode>
    Set the mcast filter mode for the specified host switch.
    Option Description
    <host-switch-name> Host switch name
    Allowed pattern: ^([A-Za-z0-9_:-]+)$
    <mcast-filter-mode> Mode of mcast filter
    Allowed values: legacy, snooping
    Example
    esx-1> set host-switch nsxvswitch mcast-filter snooping esx-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    set hostname <hostname>
    Set the system hostname. Changing the hostname changes the command line prompt.
    Option Description
    <hostname> System hostname argument
    Example
    nsx> set hostname nsx-3 nsx-3>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set hugepage-reserve auto
    Set the hugepage reserve size for the data plane using system default.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set hugepage-reserve auto 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json Generating grub configuration file ... Found linux image: /vmlinuz-3.14.17-nn4-server Found initrd image: //initrd.img-3.14.17-nn4-server File descriptor 4 (/tmp/ffisOHe0b (deleted)) leaked on lvs invocation. Parent PID 5321: /bin/sh done INFO: Updated grub. Please reboot to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set hugepage-reserve size <hugepage-size>
    Set the hugepage reserve size for the data plane.
    Option Description
    <hugepage-size> Hugepage size in MB or GB
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+([M|G]B)?$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set hugepage-reserve size 1003MB 0000:0b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:1b:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping 0000:13:00.0 already bound to driver vfio-pci, skipping INFO: Config was written to: /config/vmware/edge/config.json Generating grub configuration file ... Found linux image: /vmlinuz-3.14.17-nn4-server Found initrd image: //initrd.img-3.14.17-nn4-server File descriptor 4 (/tmp/ffilsggoY (deleted)) leaked on lvs invocation. Parent PID 3853: /bin/sh done INFO: Updated grub. Please reboot to take effect.
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set interface <interface-name> [ip <prefix> [gateway <gateway-ip>] | dhcp] plane <plane>
    Set the plane property of the interface and optionally configure the IP address. By default, the plane property is not configured, the dataplane component takes control of the interface for the data path and the interface is not visible to the Linux kernel. If plane is set to mgmt, it is reported as such to the management plane (MP) via MPA, and the corresponding interface is not consumed by the dataplane for dataplane operations and is available for configuration from the CLI. If it is set to debug, the dataplane does not consume the interface for dataplane operations and the interface is available for configuration from the CLI.

    Optionally, you can configure the interface with a DHCP or static IP address. If you configure a static IP address, make sure an appropriate network route is also configured. You can use the optional gateway argument, or set a route using the set route command.

    For NSX Manager or a controller, you cannot configure the plane property. You also cannot configure a DHCP or static IP address because both NSX Manager and a controller have a static IP address that is set at installation and cannot be changed.

    Option Description
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    <prefix> CIDR notation argument
    <gateway-ip> Gateway IP address argument
    <plane> Interface plane argument
    Allowed values: mgmt, debug
    Example
    nsx-edge> set interface eth0 plane mgmt nsx-edge> or nsx-edge> set interface eth0 dhcp plane mgmt nsx-edge> or nsx-edge> set interface eth0 ip 192.168.110.111/24 gateway 192.168.110.1 plane mgmt nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set interface <interface-name> dhcp
    Configure the specified interface to use DHCP. You cannot configure DHCP for NSX Manager or a controller because both must have a static IP address.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> set interface eth0 dhcp nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set interface <interface-name> dhcp plane <plane> mode <mode> members <members> primary <primary>
    Configure the specified interface to use DHCP.
    Option Description
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    <plane> Interface plane argument
    Allowed values: mgmt, debug
    <mode> Bond mode (e.g. active-backup)
    Allowed values: active-backup
    <members> Bond member devices (e.g. eth0,eth1)
    <primary> Bond primary device (in active-backup mode, e.g. eth0)
    Example
    nsx-edge> set interface bond0 dhcp plane mgmt mode active-backup members eth0,eth1 primary eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set interface <interface-name> ip <prefix> [gateway <gateway-ip>]
    Configure a static IP address and netmask. Make sure an appropriate network route is also configured. You can use the optional gateway argument, or set a route using the set route command.

    You cannot configure a static IP address for NSX Manager or a controller because their static IP address is set at installation and cannot be changed.

    Option Description
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    <prefix> CIDR notation argument
    <gateway-ip> Gateway IP address argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> set interface eth0 ip 192.168.110.110/24 gateway 192.168.110.1 nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set interface <interface-name> ip <prefix> gateway <gateway-ip> plane <plane> mode <mode> members <members> primary <primary>
    Create bond interface and set the plane property of the interface and config the IP address. If plane is set to mgmt, it is reported as such to the management plane (MP) via MPA, and the slave devices are not consumed by dataplane for dataplane operations.

    You can configure the bond interface with a DHCP or static IP address. If you configure a static IP address, make sure an appropriate network route is also configured.

    Option Description
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    <prefix> CIDR notation argument
    <gateway-ip> Gateway IP address argument
    <plane> Interface plane argument
    Allowed values: mgmt, debug
    <mode> Bond mode (e.g. active-backup)
    Allowed values: active-backup
    <members> Bond member devices (e.g. eth0,eth1)
    <primary> Bond primary device (in active-backup mode, e.g. eth0)
    Example
    nsx-edge> set interface bond0 ip 192.168.110.111/24 gateway 192.168.110.1 plane mgmt mode active-backup members eth0,eth1 primary eth0
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set logging-server <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> proto <proto> level <level> [facility <facility>] [messageid <messageid>] [certificate <filename>] [structured-data <structured-data>]
    Configure a logging server. The logging system uses the facility codes defined in RFC 5424. Facility local7 is used for audit messages, and local6 is used for non-audit messages.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address[:port]> A hostname or IP address with optional port delimited by a colon
    <proto> Logging server protocol
    Allowed values: tcp, udp, tls, li, li-tls
    <level> Level of log entries to export
    Allowed values: emerg, alert, crit, err, warning, notice, info, debug
    <facility> Comma delimited list of facilities of log entries to export
    <messageid> Comma delimited list of MSGIDs of log entries to export
    <filename> Existing file argument
    <structured-data> Structured data of log entries to export
    Allowed pattern: ^(comp|subcomp|security|audit|reqId|ereqId|entId|errorCode)=.+$
    Example
    nsx> set logging-server 192.168.110.60 proto udp level info facility syslog messageid SYSTEM,FABRIC structured-data audit=true nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set maintenance-mode <enabled>
    Enable or disable maintenance mode. Maintenance mode can be used during upgrade and debugging. When an Edge is in maintenance mode only management traffic will be passed; data traffic will be dropped.
    Option Description
    <enabled> One of {enabled|disabled}
    Allowed values: enabled, disabled
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set maintenance-mode enabled Maintenance Mode: enabled
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set name-servers <ip-address>
    Add a name server to the DNS configuration.
    Option Description
    <ip-address> Name server IP address argument
    Example
    nsx> set name-servers 192.168.110.10 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set netcpa maintenance-mode <maintenance-mode>
    Enable or disable control plane agent maintenance mode. Maintenance mode can be used during upgrade and debugging. When an TN is in maintenance mode only management traffic will be passed; data traffic will be dropped.
    Option Description
    <maintenance-mode> One of {enabled|disabled}
    Allowed values: enabled, disabled
    Example
    nsx> set netcpa maintenance-mode enabled Maintenance Mode: enabled
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, ESXi, KVM, Public Cloud Gateway

    set ntp-server <hostname-or-ip-address>
    Configure a new NTP server.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set ntp-server 172.31.32.2 nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set route prefix <prefix> gateway <gateway-ip> [interface <interface-name>]
    Add a network route. You can also just set a gateway by specifying a prefix value of 0.0.0.0/0.
    Option Description
    <prefix> CIDR notation argument
    <gateway-ip> Gateway IP address argument
    <interface-name> Configurable network interface argument
    Example
    nsx> set route prefix 10.10.10.0/24 gateway 192.168.110.1 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set search-domains <domain>
    Add a domain name to the DNS search list.
    Option Description
    <domain> Search domain argument
    Example
    nsx> set search-domains example.com nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service cluster-mgmt logging-level <level>
    Set the cluster-mgmt service logging level.
    Option Description
    <level> The cluster-mgmt service logging level
    Allowed values: error, warn, info, debug
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> set service cluster-mgmt logging-level info nsx-controller-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    set service controller logging-level <level>
    Set the log level for the controller service.
    Option Description
    <level> The controller service logging level
    Allowed values: off, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> set service controller logging-level info nsx-controller-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    set service controller logging-level name <string> <level>
    Set the log level for the specified component.
    Option Description
    <string> String argument
    Allowed pattern: ^.*$
    <level> The controller service logging level
    Allowed values: off, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> set service controller logging-level name BgpConfigSplitter error Name: BgpConfigSplitter LogLevel: error
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    set service controller logging-level pattern <string> <level>
    Set the log level for components that match the specified pattern. The pattern can be a regular expression.
    Option Description
    <string> String argument
    Allowed pattern: ^.*$
    <level> The controller service logging level
    Allowed values: off, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
    Example
    nsx-controller-1> set service controller logging-level pattern Dhcp error Name: DhcpIpPoolSplitter LogLevel: error Name: DhcpRelaySplitter LogLevel: error Name: DhcpStaticBindingSplitter LogLevel: error Name: LogicalDhcpServerSplitter LogLevel: error Name: com.vmware.nsx.canary.span.DhcpIpPoolSpanner LogLevel: error Name: com.vmware.nsx.canary.span.DhcpStaticBindingSpanner LogLevel: error Name: com.vmware.nsx.canary.span.LogicalDhcpServerSpanner LogLevel: error
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller

    set service dataplane logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the Dataplane service.
    Option Description
    <level> Edge service logging level argument
    Allowed values: off, emerg, err, warn, info, dbg
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set service dataplane logging-level warn nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service dhcp logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the DHCP service.
    Option Description
    <level> Edge service logging level argument
    Allowed values: off, emerg, err, warn, info, dbg
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set service dhcp logging-level warn nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service edge-mgmt logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the Edge Management service.
    Option Description
    <level> Edge service logging level argument
    Allowed values: off, emerg, err, warn, info, dbg
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set service edge-mgmt logging-level warn nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service http connection-timeout <http-conn-timeout>
    Set the HTTP service connection timeout value.
    Option Description
    <http-conn-timeout> HTTP connection timeout in seconds
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set service http connection-timeout 60 nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set service http redirect-host <hostname-or-ip-address>
    Set the HTTP service redirect host.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set service http redirect-host 10.0.0.1 nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set service http session-timeout <http-session-timeout>
    Set the HTTP service session timeout value.
    Option Description
    <http-session-timeout> HTTP session timeout in seconds
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set service http session-timeout 60 nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set service install-upgrade enabled
    Set the install-upgrade service's enabled property.
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set service install-upgrade enabled nsx-manager-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set service keymanager logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the keymanager service.
    Option Description
    <level> Keymanager logging level argument
    Allowed values: error, warn, info, debug, trace
    Example
    nsx-keymanager-1> set service keymanager logging-level warn Logging level: warn
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Key Manager

    set service local-controller logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the Local Controller service.
    Option Description
    <level> Edge service logging level argument
    Allowed values: off, emerg, err, warn, info, dbg
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set service local-controller logging-level warn nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service manager logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the manager service.
    Option Description
    <level> Manager logging level argument
    Allowed values: error, warn, info, debug, trace
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> set service manager logging-level warn Logging level: warn
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Manager

    set service router logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the routing service.
    Option Description
    <level> Edge service logging level argument
    Allowed values: off, emerg, err, warn, info, dbg
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set service router logging-level warn nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service routing-config logging-level <level>
    Set the log level of the routing configuration service.
    Option Description
    <level> Edge service logging level argument
    Allowed values: off, emerg, err, warn, info, dbg
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> set service routing-config logging-level dbg nsx-edge-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service snmp start-on-boot
    Configure the snmp service to start on boot.
    Example
    nsx> set service snmp start-on-boot nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set service ssh start-on-boot
    Configure the SSH service to start on boot.
    Example
    nsx> set service ssh start-on-boot nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set snmp community <community-string>
    Set the SNMP service v1/v2c community string. This must be set before MIBs can be queried. Choose a string that is difficult to guess.
    Option Description
    <community-string> SNMP community string argument at most 64 characters long
    Allowed pattern: ^[\S]{1,64}$
    Example
    nsx> set snmp community Q_cHeHUBe7Ud2+sayuReq2t3 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set timezone <timezone>
    Set the system timezone.
    Option Description
    <timezone> Timezone (e.g. UTC, America/New_York, Asia/Tokyo, Europe/Zurich)
    Example
    nsx> set timezone America/Los_Angeles nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set user <username> [password <password> [old-password <old-password>]]
    Set the password for the specified user. If you do not specify the password on the command line, you will be prompted for it. For details on setting passwords during installation, see the NSX-T Installation Guide.
    Option Description
    <username> Username of user
    <password> Password of user
    <old-password> Current password of user
    Example
    nsx> set user admin password NewPass789! old-password Testing123$ nsx> or nsx> set user admin password NewerPass789! Current password: nsx> or nsx> set user admin Current password: New password: Confirm new password: nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set user <username> ssh-keys label <key-label> type <key-type> value <key-value> [password <password>]
    Add SSH service key to authorized_keys file for specified user. If password is not provided in the command then you are prompted to enter it. Password is required only for users root and admin.
    Option Description
    <username> Username of user
    <key-label> Unique label for SSH key
    <key-type> SSH key type
    Allowed values: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256, ecdsa-sha2-nistp384, ecdsa-sha2-nistp521, ssh-dss, ssh-ed25519, ssh-rsa
    <key-value> SSH key value
    <password> Password of user
    Example
    nsx> set user admin ssh-keys label user1@domain1 type ssh-rsa key 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 password Pa$$w0rd nsx> or nsx> set user admin ssh-keys label user1@domain1 type ssh-rsa key AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAywWhrwq4FjHt+UuwZcZePxtjtZOENFpOjufycaYso2nTlzNwnAQEQRfbqsUxKVtOtGxgApIkUvjRIjNBdJE6iOzvBXZhhJrM0GUDJragw7SMVIs/5xJBGAyHKJ1YUMGO7+nJTmsCLx6PFOlQYveuriiVVCCZerGCLH+UtSXK3z+l7hx9NiDg3/ylOLc3f3SLxrJKn0gMTgK7BHJFXo4PguuPjWZLVdUDX+XKiqtT2n4IsYs6N9qVFG3zUgNlEjZM47NK/ytAC0max98pK+QNzsuaQOo/IShJ1TOw5wwScflPArVJ2AyROqAe7cfQg7q12I9olASFd3U5NazfZCTYAvWA1kz9UZEWLJ1Br1XOkPqOleMM8KCp/PXzz8H0kISkMIji0/QuiZOPEBsKlszXjlALcXR8Mg1uiZVWy48i9JheyXyj1ToCj6cPScpgFHp3DAGSlKKbE1EFaVfeeyGAnHESuXC9wkSeFZCEyMJ+RgJxMkBXNZmyycbwsSqAeGJpMEUDlwzu2GD0obBz0HXqg9J1Xallop5AVDKfeszZcc= Password (required only for users root and admin): nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set user <username> username <new-username>
    Set new user name for the specified non-root user.
    Option Description
    <username> Username of user
    <new-username> Username of user
    Example
    nsx> set user audit username audit-user1 nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    set vswitch runtime <option-name> <option-value>
    Set a runtime option for the specified vSwitch.
    Option Description
    <option-name> Runtime option name
    Allowed values: IGMPQueries, IGMPQueryInterval, IGMPRouterIP, IGMPV3MaxSrcIPNum, IGMPVersion, MLDRouterIP, MLDV2MaxSrcIPNum, MLDVersion, MaxRARPsPerInterval, RARPAdvertisementDuration, TeamPolicyUpDelay
    <option-value> Runtime option value
    Allowed pattern: ^(([0-9]+)|(((25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|1[0-9]{2}|[1-9]?[0-9]).){3}(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|1[0-9]{2}|[1-9]?[0-9]))|(([A-Za-z0-9]{0,4}:){5}[A-Za-z0-9]{0,4}))$
    Example
    esx-1> set vswitch runtime IGMPQueries 1 esx-1>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    ESXi

    shutdown [force]
    Shut down the system. If you specify the force argument, the system will shut down immediately without prompting for confirmation.
    Example
    nsx> shutdown Are you sure you want to shutdown (yes/no): yes Broadcast message from root@nsx (unknown) at 1:26 ... The system is going down for halt NOW!
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    start capture interface <interface-name> [file <filename>] [count <packet-count>] [expression <expression>]
    Start a packet capture on the specified interface.

    If you don't specify a file, the output displays on the terminal.

    Type Control-C to end the packet capture.

    You can filter the capture using tcpdump expressions. The expression must be the last argument of the command.

    Option Description
    <interface-name> Network interface argument
    <filename> Capture file name
    Allowed pattern: ^[^/ *;&|]+$
    <packet-count> Packet count value greater than or equal to 1
    <expression> Packet capture expression
    Example
    nsx> start capture interface eth0 count 5 file capturefile expression host 192.168.110.10 and port 22 Capture 5 packets to file initiated, enter Ctrl-C to terminate before all packets captured 5 packets captured 13 packets received by filter 0 packets dropped by kernel nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, KVM, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    start firewall <uuid> bulk-sync
    Start firewall synchronization for the logical router interface. Synchronization happens automatically, but you can optionally start a bulk sync to more quickly synchronize a new or restarted standby router. The sync must be started from the primary router.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> start firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e bulk-sync nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    start service <service-name>
    Start the specified service.
    Option Description
    <service-name> Node startable and stoppable service argument
    Example
    nsx> start service snmp nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    start upgrade-bundle <bundle-name> playbook <playbook-file>
    Start an upgrade with the specified upgrade bundle and according to the specified playbook.
    Option Description
    <bundle-name> Name of NSX upgrade bundle in the file store
    <playbook-file> Name of Playbook file to use
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> start upgrade-bundle VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714 playbook VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714-playbook Validating playbook /var/vmware/nsx/file-store/VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714-playbook.yml Running "11-preinstall-enter_maintenance_mode" (step 1 of 5) Running "install_os" (step 2 of 5) System will now reboot (step 3 of 5) After the system reboots, use "resume" to start the next step, "41-postboot-exit_maintenance_mode". { "info": "", "body": null, "state": 1, "state_text": "CMD_SUCCESS" } nsx-edge-1> Broadcast message from admin@nsx-edge-1 (unknown) at 1:33 ... The system is going down for reboot NOW!
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    stop firewall <uuid> bulk-sync
    Stop firewall bulk synchronization for the logical router interface.
    Option Description
    <uuid> Firewall logical interface UUID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge> stop firewall e159f0db-d8e4-4973-9cbb-8cc30def2c3e bulk-sync nsx-edge>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    stop service <service-name>
    Stop the specified service.
    Option Description
    <service-name> Node startable and stoppable service argument
    Example
    nsx> stop service snmp nsx>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    top
    Move to the top of the path. The arrow moves to show which interface is current.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> top ->interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    traceflow <port-uuid-name> <base64-string>
    Trace the specified packet.
    Option Description
    <port-uuid-name> Datapath String argument
    <base64-string> Datapath Base64 Encoded String argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> traceflow fp-eth1 AQAMzMzNaO+9TphYADKqqgMAAAwBCwAAAAAAgG5o771OmEAAAAAAgG5o771OmECAGQAAFAACAA8AAAAAAAIAbg== Packet Trace Results EVENT : physical_received PACKET_BASE64 : AQAMzMzNaO+9TphYADKqqgMAAAwBCwAAAAAAgG5o771OmEAAAAAAgG5o771OmECAGQAAFAACAA8AAAAAAAIAbg== PACKET_HEADER : 21:40:54.830903 68:ef:bd:4e:98:58 > 01:00:0c:cc:cc:cd, 802.3, length 64: LLC, dsap SNAP (0xaa) Individual, ssap SNAP (0xaa) Command, ctrl 0x03: oui Cisco (0x00000c), pid PVST (0x010b): STP 802.1d, Config, Flags [none], bridge-id 806e.68:ef:bd:4e:98:40.8019, length 42 PARENT_UUID : 3284f707-98f9-4e7c-b573-f7898dfa12ba TRACE_UUID : 09c4513c-9c8e-11e6-b333-005056a94529 TYPE : physical_node EVENT : logical_forwarded PACKET_BASE64 : AQAMzMzNaO+9TphYADKqqgMAAAwBCwAAAAAAgG5o771OmEAAAAAAgG5o771OmECAGQAAFAACAA8AAAAAAAIAbg== PACKET_HEADER : 21:40:54.883850 68:ef:bd:4e:98:58 > 01:00:0c:cc:cc:cd, 802.3, length 64: LLC, dsap SNAP (0xaa) Individual, ssap SNAP (0xaa) Command, ctrl 0x03: oui Cisco (0x00000c), pid PVST (0x010b): STP 802.1d, Config, Flags [none], bridge-id 806e.68:ef:bd:4e:98:40.8019, length 42 PARENT_UUID : 6e8ad2e8-15eb-553a-ae2e-e3a6bcd890cc TRACE_UUID : 09c4513c-9c8e-11e6-b333-005056a94529 TYPE : logical_switch_port UUID : 6fea361f-cf04-5391-bac1-281119bce14d EVENT : logical_received PACKET_BASE64 : AQAMzMzNaO+9TphYADKqqgMAAAwBCwAAAAAAgG5o771OmEAAAAAAgG5o771OmECAGQAAFAACAA8AAAAAAAIAbg== PACKET_HEADER : 21:40:54.936503 68:ef:bd:4e:98:58 > 01:00:0c:cc:cc:cd, 802.3, length 64: LLC, dsap SNAP (0xaa) Individual, ssap SNAP (0xaa) Command, ctrl 0x03: oui Cisco (0x00000c), pid PVST (0x010b): STP 802.1d, Config, Flags [none], bridge-id 806e.68:ef:bd:4e:98:40.8019, length 42 PARENT_UUID : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 TRACE_UUID : 09c4513c-9c8e-11e6-b333-005056a94529 TYPE : logical_router_port UUID : c96c41bc-f689-5e28-9b04-d614a746fa1a EVENT : logical_dropped PACKET_BASE64 : AQAMzMzNaO+9TphYADKqqgMAAAwBCwAAAAAAgG5o771OmEAAAAAAgG5o771OmECAGQAAFAACAA8AAAAAAAIAbg== PACKET_HEADER : 21:40:54.989125 68:ef:bd:4e:98:58 > 01:00:0c:cc:cc:cd, 802.3, length 64: LLC, dsap SNAP (0xaa) Individual, ssap SNAP (0xaa) Command, ctrl 0x03: oui Cisco (0x00000c), pid PVST (0x010b): STP 802.1d, Config, Flags [none], bridge-id 806e.68:ef:bd:4e:98:40.8019, length 42 PARENT_UUID : 736a80e3-23f6-5a2d-81d6-bbefb2786666 TRACE_UUID : 09c4513c-9c8e-11e6-b333-005056a94529 TYPE : logical_router_port
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    traceroute <hostname-or-ip-address>
    Trace the route to the specified IPv4 address or host.
    Option Description
    <hostname-or-ip-address> A hostname or IP address
    Example
    nsx-manager-1> traceroute 10.192.43.71 traceroute to 10.192.43.71 (10.192.43.71), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets 1 10.160.127.251 (10.160.127.251) 0.824 ms 2.589 ms 1.529 ms 2 10.250.228.1 (10.250.228.1) 2.570 ms 10.250.228.9 (10.250.228.9) 1.992 ms 1.116 ms 3 10.250.22.25 (10.250.22.25) 1.647 ms 10.250.22.85 (10.250.22.85) 2.487 ms 10.250.22.25 (10.250.22.25) 1.529 ms 4 10.250.22.186 (10.250.22.186) 2.464 ms 1.903 ms 2.425 ms 5 10.250.23.26 (10.250.23.26) 1.553 ms 1.676 ms 2.504 ms 6 10.250.232.34 (10.250.232.34) 2.355 ms 10.250.232.42 (10.250.232.42) 1.229 ms 10.250.232.38 (10.250.232.38) 1.379 ms 7 10.192.43.71 (10.192.43.71) 1.398 ms 1.689 ms 1.619 ms
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Key Manager, Manager

    traceroute <ip-address> [source <ip-address>] [maxttl <number>]
    Trace the route to the specified IP address.

    The maxttl specifies the maximum time-to-live, or maximum number of routers the traceroute packet will traverse.

    The source argument specifies which source IP address to use for traceroute. This may be required in some circumstances for traceroute to work as expected. For example, if there is overlap in IP addresses used in the tier 0 and tier 1 router transit subnets, traceroute packets from the tier 0 VRF will not reach virtual machines on networks routed by the tier 1 router. If you use the source argument to specify a unique IP used by that VRF (in this case, the tier 0 uplink IP) the traceroute packets will reach the virtual machines.

    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    <number> Number argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> traceroute 172.16.110.11 source 192.168.130.3 edge-tracert to 172.16.110.11 (172.16.110.11) from VRF 3, 64 hops max, 52 byte packets 1 100.64.1.1 (100.64.1.1) 0.656 ms 0.354 ms 0.353 ms 2 172.16.110.11 (172.16.110.11) 28.142 ms 4.427 ms 2.765 ms
    Mode
    Basic, VRF, Tier0_sr, Tier1_sr
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    traceroute <ip-address> [source <ip-address>] [maxttl <number>] [vrfid <vrf-id>]
    Trace the route to the specified IP address. The maxttl specifies the maximum time-to-live, or maximum number of routers the traceroute packet will traverse.

    The vrfid argument specifies which VRF to send the traceroute packets from. You can get a list of available VRFs with the get logical-routers command.

    The source argument specifies which source IP address to use for traceroute. This may be required in some circumstances for traceroute to work as expected. For example, if there is overlap in IP addresses used in the tier 0 and tier 1 router transit subnets, traceroute packets from the tier 0 VRF will not reach virtual machines on networks routed by the tier 1 router. If you use the source argument to specify a unique IP used by that VRF (in this case, the tier 0 uplink IP) the traceroute packets will reach the virtual machines.

    Option Description
    <ip-address> Network IP address argument
    <number> Number argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    <vrf-id> VRF ID argument
    Allowed pattern: ^[0-9]+$
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> traceroute 172.16.110.11 source 192.168.130.3 vrfid 3 edge-tracert to 172.16.110.11 (172.16.110.11) from VRF 3, 64 hops max, 52 byte packets 1 100.64.1.1 (100.64.1.1) 0.560 ms 0.261 ms 0.366 ms 2 172.16.110.11 (172.16.110.11) 3.544 ms 5.696 ms 3.928 ms
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    up
    Move up the path. The arrow moves to show which interface is current.
    Example
    nsx-edge-1(path)> get path interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a ->port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab nsx-edge-1(path)> up interface : de650f56-276d-46ef-959e-960752acfe19 interface : 140ca8de-61e0-4bba-b429-6a3791b0846a port : 9eff9e4e-9157-4107-a0dd-c79350dce6f7 port : 53bab4b1-f0df-451b-af80-0a9d5e580186 interface : 2a7bf881-1f89-4833-833e-47673b79901a ->interface : bbf5b23c-3f0a-4afe-b3b3-b19814d4dd2a port : 5b2068d0-8c28-4427-8be4-48f422f92309 port : eb3bd495-9ce3-40b4-a955-c2ddc4893cfa interface : 1fec3ffa-213d-4d2b-ae1b-e12857434846 interface : 13592f56-be3c-4d3d-88de-7d5825dd51bb port : c588fc5d-dd62-45b2-bc16-3dae466c16c7 port : 2120ef07-05e3-477f-8d96-e2be390784db interface : 3bbbd5e9-2ffe-4fb7-9edb-edc7bba67278 interface : dd10beb2-3673-43a5-b180-ecc46e830ee0 port : fdc429ef-d778-421b-bf84-e1063a7bf5ab
    Mode
    Path
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway

    verify upgrade-bundle <bundle-name>
    Verify and extract the specified upgrade bundle to the default location.
    Option Description
    <bundle-name> Name of NSX upgrade bundle in the file store
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> verify upgrade-bundle VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714 Checking upgrade bundle /var/vmware/nsx/file-store/VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714.nub contents Verifying bundle VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714.bundle with signature VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714.bundle.sig Moving bundle to /image/VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714.bundle Extracting bundle payload Successfully verified upgrade bundle Bundle manifest: appliance_type: 'nsx-edge' version: '2.0.0.0.0.5298714' os_image_path: 'files/nsx-root.fsa' Current upgrade info: { "info": "", "body": { "meta": { "from_version": "1.1.0.0.0.5214485", "old_config_dev": "/dev/mapper/nsx-config", "to_version": "2.0.0.0.0.5298714", "new_config_dev": "/dev/mapper/nsx-config__bak", "old_os_dev": "/dev/sda2", "bundle_path": "/image/VMware-NSX-edge-2.0.0.0.0.5298714", "new_os_dev": "/dev/sda3" }, "history": [] }, "state": 1, "state_text": "CMD_SUCCESS" }
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Controller, Edge, Key Manager, Manager, Public Cloud Gateway

    vrf <uuid-vrfid>
    This command enters VRF context mode. You can find VRF IDs with the get logical-routers command.
    Option Description
    <uuid-vrfid> Datapath UUID or VRF ID argument
    Example
    nsx-edge-1> vrf 3 nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)> or nsx-edge-1> vrf 19772688-b220-4a34-94a3-8a094dcdd979 nsx-edge-1(tier0_sr)>
    Mode
    Basic
    Availability
    Edge, Public Cloud Gateway