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show ip ospf e

Anyone know what this command does or where it is docuemnted.

Accidently typed it in. It is a non enabled command that appears to display some type of debugging information. If I had to guess it is ospf events but I cannot find anything to confirm that

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Re: show ip ospf e

It looks like it is the 'show ip ospf events' command. But they are listing as a privileged exec command though.

http://www.elemental.net/~lf/undoc/

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Re: show ip ospf e

I had the same experience as you long time ago. here they are. In my opinion, it's kinds of hidden command for highest debbuging command which should not show users.

switch#sh ip ospf e

1 10388 Generic: ospf_build_rtr_lsa 0x0

2 10888 Elect DR: GigabitEthernet0/2 10.0.0.1

3 10888 Elect BDR: GigabitEthernet0/2 10.0.0.2

4 10888 i/f state nbr chg: GigabitEthernet0/2 0x5

5 20488 Generic: ex_delete_old_routes 0x7

Re: show ip ospf e

Hi there,

Check out this link for more undocumented commands:_

http://www.elemental.net/~lf/undoc/

Regards,

LH

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