netsh routing ip show mfestats - Windows 2000/XP - command


 
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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip show mfestats ? Usage: show mfestats [[grpaddr=] [grpmask=] [[srcaddr=] [srcmask=]] [[type=]active|negative|both] [[stats=]all] [[rr=]Refresh Rate ] Parameters: Tag Value grpaddr - The group IP address for the start of the range. grpmask - The subnet mask associated with the group IP address. srcaddr - The source IP address of the start of the range. srcmask - The subnet mask associated with the source IP address. type - One of the following values: active: Show active multicast forwarding entries (MFEs) only negative: Show negative MFEs only both: Show both active and negative MFEs (default) stats - Specify "all" to show all detailed MFE statistics rr - The time used when refreshing MFE statistics as indicated by a time in seconds. Remarks: Displays multicast forwarding entry statistics. The information displayed for this command consists of: Field Description ----- ----------- Group - Group(s) by address to which the data is destined Source - Source(s) by address from which the data originated Prot - The multicast protocol that is enabled on the incoming interface In/Out Intf - The first line of an MFE displays the incoming interface The subsequent line(s) display the outgoing interfaces (one per line) UpstrmNbr/NHOP - The first line of an MFE displays the upstream neighbor on the incoming side The subequent line(s) display the next hop corresponding to each outgoing interface In/Out Pkt - The first line of an MFE displays the number of incoming packets The subsequent line(s) display the number of packets forwarded out the corresponding outgoing interface InByte/Dis - The first line of an MFE displays the number of incoming bytes The subsequent line(s) display the number of packets discarded on the corresponding outgoing interface Bad If/TTL - The first line of an MFE displays the number of packets that were revceived on an interface different from the incoming interface Ovfl/Frag - The first line of an MFE displays the number of packets that were discarded because the input buffer overflowed The subsequent line(s) display the number of packets that required fragmentation on the corresponding interface Examples: show mfestats show mfestats grpaddr=239.0.0.1 mask=255.255.255.255

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netsh routing ip show mfestats - Windows 2000/XP - command Displays multicast forwarding entry statistics / Windows 2000/XP
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