System configuration commands
Use this command to disable IPv4 directed broadcast forwarding on all interfaces.
If set, IPv4 directed broadcast forwarding will be completely disabled regardless of whether per-interface directed broadcast forwarding is enabled or not.
Use this command to define the maximum number of entries to keep in the ARP cache (1024, 2048, 4096, 8192, 16384, 32768).
See below the different parameters available for the IPv4 show command:
vyos@vyos:~$ show ip Possible completions: access-list Show all IP access-lists as-path-access-list Show all as-path-access-lists bgp Show Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) information community-list Show IP community-lists extcommunity-list Show extended IP community-lists forwarding Show IP forwarding status groups Show IP multicast group membership igmp Show IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) information large-community-list Show IP large-community-lists multicast Show IP multicast ospf Show IPv4 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing information pim Show PIM (Protocol Independent Multicast) information ports Show IP ports in use by various system services prefix-list Show all IP prefix-lists protocol Show IP route-maps per protocol rip Show Routing Information Protocol (RIP) information route Show IP routes
And the different IPv4 reset commands available:
vyos@vyos:~$ reset ip Possible completions: arp Reset Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache bgp Clear Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) statistics or status igmp IGMP clear commands multicast IP multicast routing table route Reset IP route