LSA High Water
High Water Mark
NSF Restart Status Whether the router is currently performing a graceful restart.
NSF Restart Age
NSF Restart Exit
NSF Helper Strict
The maximum number of LSAs that have been in the link state
database since OSPF began operation.
The current number of entries on all neighbors' retransmit lists.
The maximum number of entries that can be on neighbors'
retransmit lists at any given time. This is the sum for all
neighbors. When OSPF receives an LSA and cannot allocate a
new retransmit list entry, the router does not acknowledge the
LSA, expecting the sender to retransmit.
The maximum number of retransmit list entries that have been
on all neighbors' retransmit lists at one time.
Whether graceful restart is administratively enabled. Possible
values are Support Always, Disabled, or Planned.
The number of seconds a helpful neighbor allows a restarting
router to complete its graceful restart.
The number of seconds until a graceful restart expires. Only
non-zero when the router is in graceful restart.
The reason the previous graceful restart ended. Possible values
are Not attempted, In progress, Completed, Timed out,
Topology change, and Manual clear.
Whether this router is configured to act as a graceful restart
helpful neighbor. Possible values are: Helper Support Always,
Disabled, or Planned.
As a graceful restart helpful neighbor, whether to terminate the
helper relationship if a topology change occurs during a
neighbor's graceful restart.
This field is a heading and appears only if you configure the
system to take routes learned from a non-OSPF source and
advertise them to its peers.
Shows source protocol/routes that are being redistributed.
Possible values are static, connected, or RIP .
Shows the decimal value attached to each external route.
When this option is not configured, OSPF will only redistribute