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[ScreenOS] What are the various fields in the output of 'get arp'?

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Article ID: KB13535 KB Last Updated: 26 Dec 2020Version: 3.0
Summary:

This article provides information about the meaning of the various fields that are found in the output of get arp.

Symptoms:

What do the values of the State field mean?

get arp
usage: 4/4096 miss: 0
always-on-dest: disabled
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IP              Mac                VR/Interface        State     Age      Retry      PakQue     Sess_cnt
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172.18.X.X      0003ba0296b3       trust-vr/eth1        VLD     1047        0          0           0
192.168.X.X     001b00112112       trust-vr/eth2        STS                 0          0           0
192.168.X.X     000000000000       trust-vr/eth2        PND        0        2          5           0
192.168.x.X     000585c21bf4       trust-vr/eth2        VLD      903        0          0           0
Solution:

State:

  • VLD (Valid): This means that it has received a reply for the ARP request.
  • STS (Static): This means that the ARP entry is manually configured.
  • PND (Pending): This means that the ARP request was broadcast, but has not received a reply.

Age: This field indicates the number of seconds, for which the ARP entry is valid and will be residing in the ARP table.
Retry: The number of times that the device has tried to send the ARP request to receive the valid ARP and change the status to VLD.
PakQue: The number of ARP request packets in the queue.
Sess_cnt: The number of sessions that are using the ARP entry to forward the traffic.

Modification History:
2020-12-26: Article re-reviewed for accuracy, article is complete and correct.
 
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