IP OSPF HIDDEN COMMAND??

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Jul 20th, 2010
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Hi, Everybody.


could someone tell me something about the command?



MBO-RT-02#sh ip ospf de


            OSPF Router with ID (192.168.167.1) (Process ID 1)


    Area BACKBONE(0)


    Intra-area Route List
*   192.168.161.0/24, Intra, cost 1, area 0, Connected
      via 192.168.161.6, FastEthernet0/0.1



MBO-RT-02#
MBO-RT-02#
MBO-RT-02#sh ip ospf ?          
  <1-65535>            Process ID number
  border-routers       Border and Boundary Router Information
  database             Database summary
  flood-list           Link state flood list
  interface            Interface information
  max-metric           Max-metric origination information
  mpls                 MPLS related information
  neighbor             Neighbor list
  request-list         Link state request list
  retransmission-list  Link state retransmission list
  rib                  Routing Information Base (RIB)
  sham-links           Sham link information
  statistics           Various OSPF Statistics
  summary-address      Summary-address redistribution Information
  timers               OSPF timers information
  traffic              Traffic related statistics
  virtual-links        Virtual link information
  |                    Output modifiers
  <cr>



Is a Hidden Command?


Thanks


David Salazar

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Chetan Kumar Ress Tue, 07/20/2010 - 11:46
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Hi David


This is undocumented command by cisco .


This command shows you the lsas which have been deleted from
consideration.  as i don't have ospf running, i can't ascertain whether
this is lsas which were taken out of consideration by the SPF algorithm
or by other means.

ctalkb#sh ip ospf delet
  AS System  N

    Area BACKBONE(0)

    ROUTER and NETWORK LSDB delete list

      Dest: 172.16.0.1, Type: 0, Metric: 1, ADV RTR: 172.16.0.1
      Path:
        gateway 172.16.0.1, interface Loopback0

    SUMMARY NET and ASBR LSDB delete list

    TYPE-7 EXTERNAL LSDB delete list

    EXTERNAL LSDB delete list  


Please refer the below link for Cisco undocumented command & there detail


http://www.nthelp.com/cisco_undoc.htm



Regards

Chetan Kumar

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