show ipv6 route
Use the show ipv6 route command in User EXEC or Privileged EXEC mode
to display the IPv6 routing table. The output of the command also displays
the IPv6 address of the default gateway and the default route associated with
show ipv6 route [ipv6-address | ipv6-prefix/prefix-length | protocol |
interface-type interface-number] [best]
This command has no default configuration.
User EXEC, Privileged EXEC modes
This command has no user guidelines.
IPv6 Routing Commands
Specifies an IPv6 address for which the best-matching route
would be displayed.
Specifies the protocol that installed the routes. Is one of the
following keywords: connected, ospf, static.
Specifies an IPv6 network for which the matching route would
Valid IPv6 interface. Specifies that the routes with next-hops on
the selected interface be displayed. Supported interface types
are VLAN, Tunnel, and Loopback.
Specifies that only the best routes are displayed. If the
connected keyword is selected for protocol, the best option is
not available because there are no best or non-best connected