Displaying Connection Information: Option -l and -L

Enter option -l in the input field to display route information.
  • Windows/Unix: saprouter -l
  • IBM i: saprouter '-l'
Note If you use option saprouter -L (IBM i: saprouter '-L') instead, more detailed information will be displayed.

The following information is displayed:

  • A table with the connection number, client, partner, and service for each existing connection Connections for which the connection trace is activated are marked with an asterisk (*).

  • The total number of clients, the working directory in which SAProuter is running, and the path of the route permission table

  • The PID and the port of the 'Vaters&apos, if SAProuter was started by another SAProuter process.
    Note
    • If you want to display the SAProuter information from a remote host, use option -H <host name> [-P <password>].
    • If you are running several SAProuter processes, and you want to display the route details of a SAProuter other than the last one started, use option -S <service> and specify the port.

Example

If you specify saprouter –l, the output may look like:

Wed Apr 11 09:01:57 2007 SAP Network Interface Router, Version 38.0 Wed Apr 11 09:01:58 2007 peer SAProuter with NI version 38 ... send info-request to running SAProuter ... SAP Network Interface Router running on port 3299 (PID = 1576962) Started on: Wed Apr 13 09:00:10 2005 ID CLIENT | PARTNER service --------------------------------+------------------------------------ 7 localhost | (no partner) 6 10.18.203.8 | 10.17.74.118 3227 4 *10.18.203.8 | 10.17.74.118 3227 2 10.18.203.8 | 10.17.74.118 3227 Total no. of clients: 7 Working directory : /net/usr.scratch/d039768/mm/rs6000_64 Routtab : ./saprouttab