This command is very very helpful to troubleshoot bootprelay issue on a EXOS L3 Switch:
SW01.13 # sh bootprelay
Bootprelay : Enabled on virtual router "VR-Default"
Include Secondary : Disabled
DHCP Relay Agent Information Option : Disabled on virtual router "VR-Default"
Bootprelay servers for virtual router "VR-Default":
Destination: 10.1.1.1 10.2.2.2 10.3.3.3
DHCP/BOOTP relay statistics for virtual router "VR-Default"
Received from client = 1126377 Received from server = 397536
Requests relayed = 2799077 Responses relayed = 397536
DHCP Discover = 134589 DHCP Offer = 49549
DHCP Request = 43473 DHCP Ack = 345132
DHCP Decline = 30 DHCP NAck = 2856
DHCP Release = 6
DHCP Inform = 951088
Note: Default Remote-ID : System MAC Address
This statistics are global and in a productive environment this counters are not very helpful if i want to troubleshoot why on a specific vlan dhcp is not working and a lot of other vlans with working dhcp traffic.
So i need this statistics VLAN related. So i need "show bootprelay vlan XXX".
But it seems this was not implemented.
Do i overseen something ?
PS: Yes i could write a ACL which counts for a specific VLAN interfaces - but this not an option for me.