Any advice on how to use the sh ip route profile command. Can't find much guidance on this little known command. Even my local CCIE was unfamiliar with it. The command reference definitions suggest there are a lot of routing table updates going on in my network. How do others use it and interpret this command output?
sh ip route vrf pbc profile
IP routing table change statistics:
Frequency of changes in a 5 second sampling interval
Thanks for the reply. I guess nobody uses this command, (sh ip route profile)though I find it useful in summarizing at a glance how many routing table changes are going on in my network. I reset it each day on our core routers and track the cumulative path changes for a 24 hr period. Was hoping to see how others use it but it must be too obscure a command. Here's the only Cisco reference I can find on it.
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