Cisco IOS-XR Pre & Post Upgrade Installation Commands

These are the some commands being used when performing network change or maintenance, depending on the features or services being run in the network. Typically, this is very useful in verification, troubleshooting and comparison between before and after the change.

terminal exec prompt timestamp
terminal length 0
show version
show run
show filesystem location 0/rsp0/cpu0
show filesystem location 0/rsp1/cpu0
show ipv4 interface brief
show ipv6 interface brief
show route ipv4 summary
show route ipv6 summary
show route vrf all ipv4 summary
show route vrf all ipv6 summary
show dhcp ipv6 proxy binding summary
show ospf interface brief
show ospf neighbor
show bgp all all summary
show mpls ldp discovery
show mpls ldp interface brief
show mpls ldp neighbor brief
show ospf neighbor
show isis neighbors
show isis interface brief
show bgp all all summary
show mpls ldp discovery
show mpls ldp interface brief
show mpls ldp neighbor brief
show rsvp interface
show mpls traffic-eng topology summary
show mpls traffic-eng pce lsp-database
show mpls traffic-eng pce peer all
show l2vpn bridge-domain summary
show l2vpn forwarding bridge-domain mac-address summary location 0/0/cpU0
show iccp group
show bundle
show watchdog memory-state location all | in Memory State:
show cef resource | exclude GREEN
show controllers fabric fia link-status
show mpls ldp neighbor
show mpls traffic-eng topology
show bgp all all neighbors detail
show l2vpn bridge-domain detail
show l2vpn forwarding bridge-domain mac-address location 0/0/cpU0
show controllers np counters all
show install events
show drops

#ADMIN
admin
show run
show variables boot
show diag summary
show led
show platform
show redundancy
show diag fans
show diag power-supply
show environment fans
show environment power-supply
show environment leds
show install active summary
show install inactive summary
show install commit summary
show hw-module fpd location all
show media location all
show diag
show inventory all
show watchdog memory-state location all

For Juniper-related health check commands, refer to Juniper Health Check Commands

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