Pipeline is used to filter the outputs in show commands.
For an example if you just issue a command sh interface s2/4 you will get the complete output from interface which will show you everything related but if you issue a pipeline and then keyword "in" which is "i" in your case this means only include the output where it sees keyword "pro" so you will see something like this
Switch#sh int gig1/0/1 | i pro
GigabitEthernet1/0/1 is up, line protocol is up (connected)
If you see pro is a short name of protocols so whereever in that output it will find pro it will display in the output rather than displaying everything.
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