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Show PPP Queues

Is there a document that references the output of the following command..

show ppp queues??

Thanks

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Re: Show PPP Queues

Hi,

in IOS there are internal data structures that may or may not be documented for the end user.

You can find hundreds of commands and output that are either undocumented, obscure or confusing. In most cases the commands are hidden, but they can also be made visible occasionally.

It is normal (in my opinion) that cisco doesn't have an obligation to disclose all these internals meant for the TAC and engineering.

It seems to me that no errors are reported in the output above, so you should be fine.

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Re: Show PPP Queues

What's your problem behind the question ?

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Re: Show PPP Queues

The problem behind this quesstion is:

What does...

0 UNREGISTERED

1 4 Setup

2* 4 Timer

3 4 Cstate

4 4 Restart CP

5 UNREGISTERED

6 4 Hard Disc

7 4 Soft Disc

8 4 Packet

9 4 Auth Packet

10 4 Set LCP Open

11 4 Virtualize

12 4 Redirect

13 4 Forwarded

14 4 AAA Response

15 4 Static Bind

16 4 Virtual Profil

17* 4 Multilink Up

18 4 Multilink Down

19 4 Multilink Clea

20 4 Susp Encap

0 UNREGISTERED

1* 2 IPCP Packet

2 UNREGISTERED

3 UNREGISTERED

4 UNREGISTERED

5 UNREGISTERED

6 UNREGISTERED

7 UNREGISTERED

8 UNREGISTERED

9 UNREGISTERED

10 UNREGISTERED

11 UNREGISTERED

0 UNREGISTERED

1* 1 Add Route

2* 1 Remove Route

3* 1 Remove Top

4* 1 Remove Flag

5* 1 Neg Addr Add

6* 1 Neg Addr Remov

7* 1 DHCP Opt Add

8* 1 DHCP Opt Del

9* 1 IPCP UP

10 UNREGISTERED

11 UNREGISTERED

0 UNREGISTERED

1 3 Dynamic Bind

0 UNREGISTERED

1 0 Hook

Pre-processed Requests LCP: 4163 IPCP: 2607

PPP Request Failures: 0

PPP Hold Queue Drops: 0

IPCP Skipped - Add Route: 0 AddrAdd: 0 AddrRem: 0

PPP Handles: alloc[2102211] free[2085538] outstanding[16673]

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Re: Show PPP Queues

Hi,

in IOS there are internal data structures that may or may not be documented for the end user.

You can find hundreds of commands and output that are either undocumented, obscure or confusing. In most cases the commands are hidden, but they can also be made visible occasionally.

It is normal (in my opinion) that cisco doesn't have an obligation to disclose all these internals meant for the TAC and engineering.

It seems to me that no errors are reported in the output above, so you should be fine.

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