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show ip mfib all

IP Multicast Forwarding Information Base

Entry Flags: C - Directly Connected, S - Signal, IC - Internal Copy

X - Inactive, D - Dormant, * - MFIB special entry

Interface Flags: A - Accept, F - Forward, S - Signal

IC - Internal Copy, NP - Not Platform fast-switched

Packets: Fast/Partial/Slow Bytes: Fast/Partial/Slow

(*, 224.0.0.0/4), flags (S *)

Packets: -/0/0, Bytes: -/0/0

(192.168.100.0/2, 224.0.0.0/4), flags (C *)

Packets: 0/0/1206, Bytes: 0/0/67718

(*, 224.0.0.1), flags (IC *)

Packets: 0/0/0, Bytes: 0/0/0

(*, 224.0.0.2), flags (IC *)

Packets: 0/0/9321044, Bytes: 0/0/447410112

(*, 224.0.0.5), flags (IC *)

Packets: 0/0/0, Bytes: 0/0/0

(*, 224.0.0.6), flags (IC *)

Packets: 0/0/0, Bytes: 0/0/0

(*, 224.0.0.13), flags (IC *)

Packets: 0/0/0, Bytes: 0/0/0

(*, 224.0.0.22), flags (IC *)

Packets: 0/0/0, Bytes: 0/0/0

(*, 224.0.1.40), flags (IC X)

Packets: -/0/0, Bytes: -/0/0

Vlan600 (F S)

(*, 234.74.74.74), flags (X)

Packets: -/0/0, Bytes: -/0/0

Vlan600 (F S)

What does the flags X mean? I haven't finded out the explaination in http://www.cisco.com.

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Re: show ip mfib all

I think the output display shown here is from the sh ip mroute command.If this is right, then the entry flag 'x' stands for "Proxy Join Timer Running "

X-Proxy Join Timer Running

Description:

Indicates that the proxy join timer is running. This flag is only set for (S, G) entries of an RP or "turnaround" router. A "turnaround" router is located at the intersection of a shared path (*, G) tree and the shortest path from the source to the RP. "S entry says that Entry is operating in sparse mode.

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