EM-WGSW-48040HP Command Guide_v1.0
Command Guide of WGSW-48040HP
Contents
Chapter 1 COMMAND LINE INTERFACE......................................................... 18
1.1 Accessing the CLI ....................................................................................................... 18
1.2 Command Line Modes................................................................................................ 18
1.3 Requirements .............................................................................................................. 19
Chapter 2 CONSOLE CLI MANAGEMENT....................................................... 20
2.1 Terminal Setup ............................................................................................................ 20
2.2 Logon to the Console ................................................................................................. 22
2.3 Configuring IP Address .............................................................................................. 22
Chapter 3 TELNET CLI MANAGEMENT .......................................................... 25
3.1 Telnet Login................................................................................................................. 25
Chapter 4 Commands for CLI Configuration.................................................. 26
4.1 clear ............................................................................................................................. 26
4.1.1 clear access management statistics ....................................................................................................................26
4.1.2 clear access-list ace statistics..............................................................................................................................26
4.1.3 clear dot1x statistics interface .............................................................................................................................27
4.1.4 clear ip arp...........................................................................................................................................................27
4.1.5 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics all .......................................................................................................................27
4.1.6 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics client...................................................................................................................28
4.1.7 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics helper .................................................................................................................28
4.1.8 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics server .................................................................................................................29
4.1.9 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics snooping ............................................................................................................29
4.1.10 clear ip dhcp relay statistics...............................................................................................................................29
4.1.11 clear ip dhcp server binding ...............................................................................................................................30
4.1.12 clear ip dhcp server binding automatic ..............................................................................................................30
4.1.13 clear ip dhcp server binding expired ..................................................................................................................31
4.1.14 clear ip dhcp server binding manual ..................................................................................................................31
4.1.15 clear ip igmp snooping statistics ........................................................................................................................31
4.1.16 clear ip igmp snooping vlan ...............................................................................................................................32
4.1.17 clear ip statistics icmp icmp-msg .......................................................................................................................32
4.1.18 clear ip statistics icmp interface vlan .................................................................................................................33
4.1.19 clear ip statistics system icmp icmp-msg...........................................................................................................33
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4.1.20 clear ip statistics system icmp interface vlan .....................................................................................................34
4.1.21 clear ipv6 mld snooping statistics ......................................................................................................................34
4.1.22 clear ipv6 mld snooping vlan .............................................................................................................................34
4.1.23 clear ipv6 neighbors ..........................................................................................................................................35
4.1.24 clear ipv6 statistics icmp icmp-msg ...................................................................................................................35
4.1.25 clear ipv6 statistics icmp interface vlan..............................................................................................................36
4.1.26 clear ipv6 statistics system icmp icmp-msg .......................................................................................................36
4.1.27 clear ipv6 statistics system icmp interface vlan .................................................................................................37
4.1.28 clear lacp statistics ............................................................................................................................................37
4.1.29 clear lldp statistics .............................................................................................................................................37
4.1.30 clear logging error info.......................................................................................................................................38
4.1.31 clear logging error warning ................................................................................................................................38
4.1.32 clear logging info error.......................................................................................................................................39
4.1.33 clear logging info warning..................................................................................................................................39
4.1.34 clear logging warning error ................................................................................................................................39
4.1.35 clear logging warning info..................................................................................................................................40
4.1.36 clear mac address-table ....................................................................................................................................40
4.1.37 clear mvr name..................................................................................................................................................41
4.1.38 clear mvr statistics .............................................................................................................................................41
4.1.39 clear mvr vlan ....................................................................................................................................................41
4.1.40 clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface * ............................................................................................42
4.1.41 clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface * ............................................................................................42
4.1.42 clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface GigabitEthernet .....................................................................43
4.1.43 clear spanning-tree statistics interface * ............................................................................................................43
4.1.44 clear spanning-tree statistics interface GigabitEthernet.....................................................................................44
4.1.45 clear statistics *..................................................................................................................................................44
4.1.46 clear statistics GigabitEthernet ..........................................................................................................................44
4.2 configure terminal....................................................................................................... 45
4.2.1 aaa authentication login console local .................................................................................................................45
4.2.2 aaa authentication login console radius...............................................................................................................45
4.2.3 aaa authentication login console tacacs ..............................................................................................................46
4.2.4 aaa authentication login http local .......................................................................................................................46
4.2.5 aaa authentication login http radius .....................................................................................................................47
4.2.6 aaa authentication login http tacacs ....................................................................................................................47
4.2.7 aaa authentication login ssh local........................................................................................................................47
4.2.8 aaa authentication login ssh radius .....................................................................................................................48
4.2.9 aaa authentication login ssh tacacs.....................................................................................................................48
4.2.10 aaa authentication login telnet local...................................................................................................................49
4.2.11 aaa authentication login telnet radius ................................................................................................................49
4.2.12 aaa authentication login telnet tacacs................................................................................................................50
4.2.13 access management .........................................................................................................................................50
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4.2.14 access-list ace ...................................................................................................................................................51
4.2.15 access-list ace update .......................................................................................................................................52
4.2.16 access-list rate-limiter........................................................................................................................................53
4.2.17 access-list rate-limiter pps .................................................................................................................................53
4.2.18 aggregation mode..............................................................................................................................................54
4.2.19 banner ...............................................................................................................................................................55
4.2.20 banner exec.......................................................................................................................................................55
4.2.21 banner login.......................................................................................................................................................56
4.2.22 banner motd ......................................................................................................................................................57
4.2.23 clock summer-time ............................................................................................................................................57
4.2.24 clock timezone...................................................................................................................................................58
4.2.25 default access-list rate-limiter ............................................................................................................................58
4.2.26 dot1x authentication timer inactivity...................................................................................................................59
4.2.27 dot1x authentication timer re-authenticate.........................................................................................................59
4.2.28 dot1x feature .....................................................................................................................................................60
4.2.29 dot1x guest-vlan ................................................................................................................................................60
4.2.30 dot1x guest-vlan supplicant ...............................................................................................................................61
4.2.31 dot1x max-reauth-req ........................................................................................................................................61
4.2.32 dot1x system-auth-control .................................................................................................................................62
4.2.33 dot1x timeout quiet-period .................................................................................................................................62
4.2.34 dot1x timeout tx-period ......................................................................................................................................62
4.2.35 enable password ...............................................................................................................................................63
4.2.36 enable password level .......................................................................................................................................63
4.2.37 enable secret .....................................................................................................................................................64
4.2.38 end ....................................................................................................................................................................65
4.2.39 exit.....................................................................................................................................................................65
4.2.40 gvrp ...................................................................................................................................................................66
4.2.41 gvrp max-vlans ..................................................................................................................................................66
4.2.42 gvrp time............................................................................................................................................................67
4.2.43 help....................................................................................................................................................................68
4.2.44 hostname...........................................................................................................................................................68
4.2.45 interface * | GigabitEthernet ..............................................................................................................................69
4.2.45.1 access-list action permit ..........................................................................................................................69
4.2.45.2 access-list action deny ............................................................................................................................70
4.2.45.3 access-list logging ...................................................................................................................................70
4.2.45.4 access-list policy .....................................................................................................................................71
4.2.45.5 access-list port-state ...............................................................................................................................71
4.2.45.6 access-list rate-limiter..............................................................................................................................72
4.2.45.7 access-list redirect interface ....................................................................................................................72
4.2.45.8 access-list shutdown ...............................................................................................................................73
4.2.45.9 aggregation group ...................................................................................................................................73
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4.2.45.10 description .............................................................................................................................................74
4.2.45.11 do ..........................................................................................................................................................74
4.2.45.12 dot1x guest-vlan ....................................................................................................................................75
4.2.45.13 dot1x port-control ..................................................................................................................................75
4.2.45.14 dot1x radius-qos....................................................................................................................................76
4.2.45.15 dot1x radius-vlan ...................................................................................................................................77
4.2.45.16 dot1x re-authenticate.............................................................................................................................77
4.2.45.17 duplex....................................................................................................................................................78
4.2.45.18 end ........................................................................................................................................................78
4.2.45.19 excessive-restart ...................................................................................................................................79
4.2.45.20 exit.........................................................................................................................................................79
4.2.45.21 flowcontrol .............................................................................................................................................80
4.2.45.22 green-ethernet energy-detect ................................................................................................................80
4.2.45.23 green-ethernet short-reach....................................................................................................................81
4.2.45.24 gvrp join-request vlan ............................................................................................................................81
4.2.45.25 gvrp leave-request vlan .........................................................................................................................82
4.2.45.26 ip arp inspection check-vlan ..................................................................................................................82
4.2.45.27 ip arp inspection logging........................................................................................................................83
4.2.45.28 ip arp inspection trust ............................................................................................................................83
4.2.45.29 ip dhcp snooping trust ...........................................................................................................................84
4.2.45.30 ip igmp snooping filter ...........................................................................................................................84
4.2.45.31 ip igmp snooping immediate-leave ........................................................................................................85
4.2.45.32 ip igmp snooping max-groups ...............................................................................................................85
4.2.45.33 ip igmp snooping mrouter ......................................................................................................................86
4.2.45.34 ip verify source ......................................................................................................................................86
4.2.45.35 ip verify source limit...............................................................................................................................87
4.2.45.36 ipv6 mld snooping filter..........................................................................................................................87
4.2.45.37 ipv6 mld snooping immediate-leave ......................................................................................................88
4.2.45.38 ipv6 mld snooping max-groups..............................................................................................................88
4.2.45.39 ipv6 mld snooping mrouter ....................................................................................................................88
4.2.45.40 lacp........................................................................................................................................................89
4.2.45.41 lacp key .................................................................................................................................................90
4.2.45.42 lacp port-priority.....................................................................................................................................90
4.2.45.43 lacp role.................................................................................................................................................91
4.2.45.44 lacp timeout ...........................................................................................................................................91
4.2.45.45 lldp cdp-aware .......................................................................................................................................92
4.2.45.46 lldp med media-vlan policy-list...............................................................................................................92
4.2.45.47 lldp med transmit-tlv ..............................................................................................................................93
4.2.45.48 lldp receive ............................................................................................................................................93
4.2.45.49 lldp tlv-select management-address ......................................................................................................94
4.2.45.50 lldp tlv-select port-description ................................................................................................................94
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4.2.45.51 lldp tlv-select system-capabilities ..........................................................................................................95
4.2.45.52 lldp tlv-select system-description...........................................................................................................95
4.2.45.53 lldp tlv-select system-name ...................................................................................................................96
4.2.45.54 lldp transmit ...........................................................................................................................................96
4.2.45.55 loop-protect ...........................................................................................................................................97
4.2.45.56 loop-protect action.................................................................................................................................97
4.2.45.57 loop-protect tx-mode .............................................................................................................................98
4.2.45.58 loop-protect tx-mode .............................................................................................................................98
4.2.45.59 mac address-table learning ...................................................................................................................99
4.2.45.60 media-type...........................................................................................................................................100
4.2.45.61 mtu ......................................................................................................................................................100
4.2.45.62 mvr immediate-leave ...........................................................................................................................101
4.2.45.63 mvr name ............................................................................................................................................101
4.2.45.64 mvr vlan...............................................................................................................................................102
4.2.45.65 network-clock synchronization ssm .....................................................................................................102
4.2.45.66 no ........................................................................................................................................................103
4.2.45.67 ping ip..................................................................................................................................................103
4.2.45.68 poe mode ............................................................................................................................................104
4.2.45.69 poe pdcheck IP....................................................................................................................................104
4.2.45.70 poe pdcheck action .............................................................................................................................105
4.2.45.71 poe pdcheck enable ............................................................................................................................106
4.2.45.72 poe pdcheck interval ...........................................................................................................................106
4.2.45.73 poe pdcheck reboot-time .....................................................................................................................107
4.2.45.74 poe pdcheck retry-count ......................................................................................................................107
4.2.45.75 poe power limit ....................................................................................................................................108
4.2.45.76 poe priority...........................................................................................................................................108
4.2.45.77 poe time-range ....................................................................................................................................109
4.2.45.78 port-security.........................................................................................................................................109
4.2.45.79 port-security maximum ........................................................................................................................ 110
4.2.45.80 port-security violation .......................................................................................................................... 111
4.2.45.81 port-security violation .......................................................................................................................... 111
4.2.45.82 pvlan.................................................................................................................................................... 112
4.2.45.83 pvlan isolation...................................................................................................................................... 112
4.2.45.84 qos cos ................................................................................................................................................ 113
4.2.45.85 qos dei................................................................................................................................................. 113
4.2.45.86 qos dpl................................................................................................................................................. 114
4.2.45.87 qos dscp-classify ................................................................................................................................. 114
4.2.45.88 qos dscp-remark.................................................................................................................................. 115
4.2.45.89 qos dscp-translate ...............................................................................................................................115
4.2.45.90 qos map cos-tag.................................................................................................................................. 116
4.2.45.91 qos map tag-cos.................................................................................................................................. 117
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4.2.45.92 qos pcp................................................................................................................................................ 118
4.2.45.93 qos policer ........................................................................................................................................... 118
4.2.45.94 qos queue-policer queue ..................................................................................................................... 119
4.2.45.95 qos queue-shaper queue .................................................................................................................... 119
4.2.45.96 qos shaper...........................................................................................................................................120
4.2.45.97 qos storm broadcast............................................................................................................................120
4.2.45.98 qos storm unicast ................................................................................................................................121
4.2.45.99 qos storm unknown .............................................................................................................................121
4.2.45.100 qos tag-remark ..................................................................................................................................122
4.2.45.101 qos tag-remark mapped ....................................................................................................................123
4.2.45.102 qos trust dscp ....................................................................................................................................123
4.2.45.103 qos trust tag.......................................................................................................................................124
4.2.45.104 rmon collection history.......................................................................................................................124
4.2.45.105 rmon collection stats..........................................................................................................................125
4.2.45.106 shutdown ...........................................................................................................................................126
4.2.45.107 spanning-tree ....................................................................................................................................126
4.2.45.108 spanning-tree auto-edge ...................................................................................................................126
4.2.45.109 spanning-tree bpdu-guard .................................................................................................................127
4.2.45.110 spanning-tree edge............................................................................................................................127
4.2.45.111 spanning-tree link-type ......................................................................................................................128
4.2.45.112 spanning-tree mst <Instance : 0-7> cost ...........................................................................................129
4.2.45.113 spanning-tree mst <Instance : 0-7> cost ...........................................................................................129
4.2.45.114 spanning-tree restricted-role..............................................................................................................130
4.2.45.115 spanning-tree restricted-tcn...............................................................................................................130
4.2.45.116 speed ................................................................................................................................................131
4.2.45.117 switchport access vlan ......................................................................................................................131
4.2.45.118 switchport forbidden vlan add............................................................................................................132
4.2.45.119 switchport forbidden vlan remove......................................................................................................133
4.2.45.120 switchport hybrid acceptable-frame-type ...........................................................................................133
4.2.45.121 switchport hybrid allowed vlan...........................................................................................................134
4.2.45.122 switchport hybrid egress-tag..............................................................................................................134
4.2.45.123 switchport hybrid ingress-filtering ......................................................................................................135
4.2.45.124 switchport hybrid native vlan .............................................................................................................136
4.2.45.125 switchport hybrid port-type ................................................................................................................136
4.2.45.126 switchport mode ................................................................................................................................137
4.2.45.127 switchport vlan ip-subnet ...................................................................................................................137
4.2.45.128 switchport vlan mac...........................................................................................................................138
4.2.45.129 switchport vlan mapping ....................................................................................................................139
4.2.45.130 switchport vlan protocol group...........................................................................................................139
4.2.45.131 switchport voice vlan discovery-protocol ...........................................................................................140
4.2.45.132 switchport voice vlan mode ...............................................................................................................141
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4.2.45.133 switchport voice vlan security ............................................................................................................141
4.2.46 interface vlan ...................................................................................................................................................142
4.2.46.1 do ..........................................................................................................................................................142
4.2.46.2 end ........................................................................................................................................................143
4.2.46.3 exit.........................................................................................................................................................143
4.2.46.4 ip address..............................................................................................................................................144
4.2.46.5 ip address dhcp .....................................................................................................................................145
4.2.46.6 ip address dhcp fallback ........................................................................................................................145
4.2.46.7 ip dhcp server........................................................................................................................................146
4.2.46.8 ip igmp snooping ...................................................................................................................................146
4.2.46.9 ip igmp snooping compatibility...............................................................................................................147
4.2.46.10 ip igmp snooping last-member-query-interval......................................................................................147
4.2.46.11 ip igmp snooping priority .....................................................................................................................148
4.2.46.12 ip igmp snooping querier address .......................................................................................................149
4.2.46.13 ip igmp snooping querier election........................................................................................................149
4.2.46.14 ip igmp snooping query-interval...........................................................................................................150
4.2.46.15 ip igmp snooping query-max-response-time........................................................................................150
4.2.46.16 ip igmp snooping robustness-variable .................................................................................................151
4.2.46.17 ip igmp snooping unsolicited-report-interval ........................................................................................151
4.2.46.18 ipv6 address ........................................................................................................................................152
4.2.46.19 ipv6 mld snooping ...............................................................................................................................153
4.2.46.20 ipv6 mld snooping compatibility...........................................................................................................153
4.2.46.21 ipv6 mld snooping last-member-query-interval....................................................................................154
4.2.46.22 ipv6 mld snooping priority....................................................................................................................154
4.2.46.23 ipv6 mld snooping querier election ......................................................................................................155
4.2.46.24 ipv6 mld snooping query-interval.........................................................................................................155
4.2.46.25 ipv6 mld snooping query-max-response-time......................................................................................156
4.2.46.26 ipv6 mld snooping robustness-variable ...............................................................................................156
4.2.46.27 ipv6 mld snooping unsolicited-report-interval ......................................................................................157
4.2.46.28 no ........................................................................................................................................................158
4.2.47 ip arp inspection ..............................................................................................................................................158
4.2.48 ip arp inspection entry interface.......................................................................................................................159
4.2.49 ip arp inspection translate................................................................................................................................159
4.2.50 ip arp inspection translate interface .................................................................................................................160
4.2.51 ip arp inspection vlan.......................................................................................................................................161
4.2.52 ip dhcp excluded-address................................................................................................................................161
4.2.53 ip dhcp pool .....................................................................................................................................................162
4.2.53.1 broadcast...............................................................................................................................................163
4.2.53.2 client-identifier fqdn ...............................................................................................................................163
4.2.53.3 client-identifier mac-address..................................................................................................................164
4.2.53.4 client-name............................................................................................................................................164
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4.2.53.5 default-router .........................................................................................................................................165
4.2.53.6 dns-server .............................................................................................................................................165
4.2.53.7 do ..........................................................................................................................................................166
4.2.53.8 domain-name ........................................................................................................................................166
4.2.53.9 end ........................................................................................................................................................167
4.2.53.10 exit.......................................................................................................................................................167
4.2.53.11 hardware-address ...............................................................................................................................168
4.2.53.12 host .....................................................................................................................................................168
4.2.53.13 lease....................................................................................................................................................169
4.2.53.14 netbios-name-server ...........................................................................................................................169
4.2.53.15 netbios-node-type................................................................................................................................170
4.2.53.16 netbios-scope ......................................................................................................................................170
4.2.53.17 network................................................................................................................................................171
4.2.53.18 nis-domain-name.................................................................................................................................171
4.2.53.19 nis-server.............................................................................................................................................172
4.2.53.20 no ........................................................................................................................................................172
4.2.53.21 ntp-server ............................................................................................................................................173
4.2.53.22 vendor .................................................................................................................................................173
4.2.54 ip dns proxy .....................................................................................................................................................174
4.2.55 ip helper-address.............................................................................................................................................174
4.2.56 ip http secure-redirect......................................................................................................................................175
4.2.57 ip http secure-server........................................................................................................................................175
4.2.58 ip igmp host-proxy ...........................................................................................................................................176
4.2.59 ip igmp host-proxy leave-proxy........................................................................................................................176
4.2.60 ip igmp snooping .............................................................................................................................................177
4.2.61 ip igmp snooping vlan......................................................................................................................................177
4.2.62 ip igmp ssm-range ...........................................................................................................................................178
4.2.63 ip igmp unknown-flooding................................................................................................................................179
4.2.64 ip name-server ................................................................................................................................................179
4.2.65 ip name-server dhcp........................................................................................................................................180
4.2.66 ip name-server dhcp interface vlan..................................................................................................................180
4.2.67 ip route ............................................................................................................................................................181
4.2.68 ip routing..........................................................................................................................................................181
4.2.69 ip source binding interface...............................................................................................................................182
4.2.70 ip ssh ...............................................................................................................................................................182
4.2.71 ip verify source ................................................................................................................................................183
4.2.72 ip verify source translate..................................................................................................................................183
4.2.73 ipmc profile ......................................................................................................................................................184
4.2.74 ipmc profile <word16> .....................................................................................................................................184
4.2.74.1 default range .........................................................................................................................................185
4.2.74.2 description .............................................................................................................................................185
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4.2.74.3 do ..........................................................................................................................................................186
4.2.74.4 end ........................................................................................................................................................186
4.2.74.5 exit.........................................................................................................................................................187
4.2.74.6 no ..........................................................................................................................................................187
4.2.74.7 range .....................................................................................................................................................188
4.2.75 ipv6 mld host-proxy .........................................................................................................................................188
4.2.76 ipv6 mld host-proxy leave-proxy ......................................................................................................................189
4.2.77 ipv6 mld snooping............................................................................................................................................190
4.2.78 ipv6 mld snooping vlan ....................................................................................................................................190
4.2.79 ipv6 mld ssm-range .........................................................................................................................................191
4.2.80 ipv6 mld unknown-flooding ..............................................................................................................................191
4.2.81 ipv6 route.........................................................................................................................................................192
4.2.82 lacp system-priority..........................................................................................................................................193
4.2.83 line...................................................................................................................................................................193
4.2.83.1 do ..........................................................................................................................................................194
4.2.83.2 editing....................................................................................................................................................194
4.2.83.3 end ........................................................................................................................................................195
4.2.83.4 exec-banner ..........................................................................................................................................195
4.2.83.5 exec-timeout..........................................................................................................................................196
4.2.83.6 exec-timeout..........................................................................................................................................196
4.2.83.7 exit.........................................................................................................................................................197
4.2.83.8 history size ............................................................................................................................................197
4.2.83.9 length ....................................................................................................................................................198
4.2.83.10 location ................................................................................................................................................198
4.2.83.11 motd-banner ........................................................................................................................................199
4.2.83.12 no ........................................................................................................................................................199
4.2.83.13 privilege level.......................................................................................................................................200
4.2.83.14 width ....................................................................................................................................................200
4.2.84 lldp holdtime ....................................................................................................................................................201
4.2.85 lldp med datum ................................................................................................................................................201
4.2.86 lldp med fast ....................................................................................................................................................202
4.2.87 lldp med location-tlv altitude ............................................................................................................................202
4.2.88 lldp med location-tlv elin-addr ..........................................................................................................................203
4.2.89 lldp med location-tlv latitude ............................................................................................................................203
4.2.90 lldp med location-tlv longitude .........................................................................................................................204
4.2.91 lldp med media-vlan-policy ..............................................................................................................................205
4.2.92 lldp reinit ..........................................................................................................................................................206
4.2.93 lldp timer..........................................................................................................................................................206
4.2.94 lldp transmission-delay ....................................................................................................................................207
4.2.95 logging host .....................................................................................................................................................207
4.2.96 logging level ....................................................................................................................................................208
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4.2.97 logging on........................................................................................................................................................208
4.2.98 loop-protect .....................................................................................................................................................209
4.2.99 loop-protect shutdown-time .............................................................................................................................209
4.2.100 loop-protect transmit-time..............................................................................................................................210
4.2.101 mac address-table aging-time .......................................................................................................................210
4.2.102 mac address-table static................................................................................................................................ 211
4.2.103 monitor destination ........................................................................................................................................212
4.2.104 monitor source...............................................................................................................................................212
4.2.105 mvr ................................................................................................................................................................213
4.2.106 mvr name <mvr_name> channel ...................................................................................................................213
4.2.107 mvr name <mvr_name> frame priority...........................................................................................................214
4.2.108 mvr name <mvr_name> frame tagged ..........................................................................................................214
4.2.109 mvr name <mvr_name> igmp-address..........................................................................................................215
4.2.110 mvr name <mvr_name> last-member-query-interval .....................................................................................215
4.2.111 mvr name <mvr_name> mode .......................................................................................................................216
4.2.112 mvr vlan <vlan_list> .......................................................................................................................................216
4.2.113 mvr vlan <vlan_list> channel..........................................................................................................................217
4.2.114 mvr vlan <vlan_list> frame priority .................................................................................................................217
4.2.115 mvr vlan <vlan_list> tagged ...........................................................................................................................218
4.2.116 mvr vlan <vlan_list> igmp-address ................................................................................................................219
4.2.117 mvr vlan <vlan_list> last-member-query-interval ...........................................................................................219
4.2.118 mvr vlan <vlan_list> mode .............................................................................................................................220
4.2.119 mvr vlan <vlan_list> name .............................................................................................................................220
4.2.120 no ..................................................................................................................................................................221
4.2.121 ntp .................................................................................................................................................................221
4.2.122 ntp server ......................................................................................................................................................222
4.2.123 poe admin-mode enable................................................................................................................................222
4.2.124 poe management mode.................................................................................................................................223
4.2.125 poe sequential enable ...................................................................................................................................224
4.2.126 poe sequential interval...................................................................................................................................224
4.2.127 poe sequential rule ........................................................................................................................................225
4.2.128 poe supply .....................................................................................................................................................225
4.2.129 poe temperature-protection enable................................................................................................................226
4.2.130 poe temperature-threshold ............................................................................................................................226
4.2.131 poe usage-threshold......................................................................................................................................227
4.2.132 poe-time-range ..............................................................................................................................................227
4.2.132.1 do ........................................................................................................................................................228
4.2.132.2 end ......................................................................................................................................................228
4.2.132.3 exit.......................................................................................................................................................229
4.2.132.4 no ........................................................................................................................................................229
4.2.132.5 periodic................................................................................................................................................230
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4.2.132.6 reboot-only ..........................................................................................................................................231
4.2.133 port-security...................................................................................................................................................232
4.2.134 port-security aging .........................................................................................................................................232
4.2.135 port-security aging time .................................................................................................................................233
4.2.136 privilege .........................................................................................................................................................233
4.2.137 qos map cos-dscp .........................................................................................................................................234
4.2.138 qos map dscp-classify ...................................................................................................................................235
4.2.139 qos map dscp-cos .........................................................................................................................................236
4.2.140 qos map dscp-egress-translation...................................................................................................................237
4.2.141 qos map dscp-ingress-translation..................................................................................................................238
4.2.142 qos qce..........................................................................................................................................................240
4.2.143 qos qce update ..............................................................................................................................................241
4.2.144 qos qce refresh..............................................................................................................................................242
4.2.145 qos wred........................................................................................................................................................243
4.2.146 radius-server attribute 32...............................................................................................................................244
4.2.147 radius-server attribute 4.................................................................................................................................244
4.2.148 radius-server attribute 95...............................................................................................................................245
4.2.149 radius-server deadtime..................................................................................................................................245
4.2.150 radius-server host..........................................................................................................................................246
4.2.151 radius-server key ...........................................................................................................................................247
4.2.152 radius-server retransmit.................................................................................................................................247
4.2.153 radius-server timeout.....................................................................................................................................248
4.2.154 rmon alarm ....................................................................................................................................................248
4.2.155 rmon event ....................................................................................................................................................250
4.2.156 sfp temperature-threshold .............................................................................................................................250
4.2.157 snmp-server ..................................................................................................................................................251
4.2.158 snmp-server access ......................................................................................................................................251
4.2.159 snmp-server community ................................................................................................................................252
4.2.160 snmp-server contact ......................................................................................................................................253
4.2.161 snmp-server engine-id...................................................................................................................................254
4.2.162 snmp-server host...........................................................................................................................................254
4.2.162.1 do ........................................................................................................................................................255
4.2.162.2 end ......................................................................................................................................................255
4.2.162.3 exit.......................................................................................................................................................256
4.2.162.4 host .....................................................................................................................................................256
4.2.162.5 no ........................................................................................................................................................257
4.2.162.6 informs ................................................................................................................................................257
4.2.162.7 shutdown .............................................................................................................................................258
4.2.162.8 traps ....................................................................................................................................................259
4.2.162.9 version.................................................................................................................................................259
4.2.163 spanning-tree aggregation.............................................................................................................................260
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4.2.163.1 do ........................................................................................................................................................260
4.2.163.2 end ......................................................................................................................................................261
4.2.163.3 exit.......................................................................................................................................................262
4.2.163.4 no ........................................................................................................................................................262
4.2.163.5 spanning-tree auto-edge .....................................................................................................................263
4.2.163.6 spanning-tree bpdu-guard ...................................................................................................................263
4.2.163.7 spanning-tree edge .............................................................................................................................264
4.2.163.8 spanning-tree link-type ........................................................................................................................264
4.2.163.9 spanning-tree mst <instance> cost......................................................................................................265
4.2.163.10 spanning-tree mst <instance> port-priority ........................................................................................265
4.2.163.11 spanning-tree restricted-role..............................................................................................................266
4.2.163.12 spanning-tree restricted-tcn...............................................................................................................266
4.2.164 switchport vlan mapping ................................................................................................................................267
4.2.165 tacacs-server deadtime .................................................................................................................................268
4.2.166 tacacs-server host .........................................................................................................................................268
4.2.167 transport email authentication .......................................................................................................................269
4.2.168 transport email from.......................................................................................................................................269
4.2.169 transport email smtp-server ...........................................................................................................................270
4.2.170 transport email to...........................................................................................................................................270
4.2.171 upnp ..............................................................................................................................................................271
4.2.172 upnp advertising-duration ..............................................................................................................................271
4.2.173 upnp ttl...........................................................................................................................................................272
4.2.174 username ......................................................................................................................................................273
4.2.175 vlan................................................................................................................................................................273
4.2.175.1 do ........................................................................................................................................................274
4.2.175.2 end ......................................................................................................................................................275
4.2.175.3 exit.......................................................................................................................................................275
4.2.175.4 name ...................................................................................................................................................276
4.2.175.5 no ........................................................................................................................................................276
4.2.176 vlan ethertype s-custom-port .........................................................................................................................277
4.2.177 vlan protocol ..................................................................................................................................................277
4.2.178 voice vlan ......................................................................................................................................................278
4.2.179 voice vlan aging-time.....................................................................................................................................279
4.2.180 voice vlan class .............................................................................................................................................279
4.2.181 voice vlan oui.................................................................................................................................................280
4.2.182 voice vlan vid .................................................................................................................................................280
4.2.183 web privilege group .......................................................................................................................................281
4.3 copy ........................................................................................................................... 282
4.3.1 copy...................................................................................................................................................................282
4.4 debug ......................................................................................................................... 282
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4.4.1 debug ................................................................................................................................................................282
4.5 delete ......................................................................................................................... 283
4.5.1 delete.................................................................................................................................................................283
4.6 dir ............................................................................................................................... 284
4.6.1 dir ......................................................................................................................................................................284
4.7 disable ....................................................................................................................... 284
4.7.1 disable ...............................................................................................................................................................284
4.8 do ............................................................................................................................... 285
4.8.1 do ......................................................................................................................................................................285
4.9 dot1x .......................................................................................................................... 285
4.9.1 dot1x initialize ....................................................................................................................................................285
4.10 enable ...................................................................................................................... 286
4.10.1 enable..............................................................................................................................................................286
4.11 exit............................................................................................................................ 287
4.11.1 exit ...................................................................................................................................................................287
4.12 firmware................................................................................................................... 287
4.12.1 firmware swap .................................................................................................................................................287
4.12.2 firmware upgrade.............................................................................................................................................288
4.13 ip............................................................................................................................... 288
4.13.1 ip dhcp retry interface vlan ..............................................................................................................................288
4.14 logout....................................................................................................................... 289
4.14.1 logout...............................................................................................................................................................289
4.15 more ......................................................................................................................... 289
4.15.1 more ................................................................................................................................................................289
4.16 no ............................................................................................................................. 290
4.16.1 no ....................................................................................................................................................................290
4.17 ping .......................................................................................................................... 291
4.17.1 ping ip..............................................................................................................................................................291
4.17.2 ping ipv6 ..........................................................................................................................................................292
4.18 reload ....................................................................................................................... 292
4.18.1 reload cold.......................................................................................................................................................292
4.18.2 reload defaults .................................................................................................................................................293
4.19 send ......................................................................................................................... 293
4.19.1 send.................................................................................................................................................................293
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4.20 show......................................................................................................................... 294
4.20.1 show aaa .........................................................................................................................................................294
4.20.2 show access management ..............................................................................................................................295
4.20.3 show access-list ..............................................................................................................................................296
4.20.4 show access-list ..............................................................................................................................................297
4.20.5 show access-list ace-status .............................................................................................................................298
4.20.6 show aggregation ............................................................................................................................................299
4.20.7 show aggregation mode ..................................................................................................................................300
4.20.8 show clock.......................................................................................................................................................301
4.20.9 show clock detail .............................................................................................................................................301
4.20.10 show dot1x statistics......................................................................................................................................302
4.20.11 show dot1x status ..........................................................................................................................................303
4.20.12 show green-ethernet......................................................................................................................................304
4.20.13 show green-ethernet energy-detect...............................................................................................................305
4.20.14 show green-ethernet short-reach...................................................................................................................305
4.20.15 show history ..................................................................................................................................................306
4.20.16 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> capabilities ..............................................................................306
4.20.17 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> statistics ..................................................................................307
4.20.18 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> status ......................................................................................308
4.20.19 show interface <port_type> <port_list>
switchport ....................................................................................308
4.20.20 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> veriphy ....................................................................................309
4.20.21 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> veriphy ....................................................................................310
4.20.22 show interface vlan........................................................................................................................................310
4.20.23 show ip arp .................................................................................................................................................... 311
4.20.24 show ip arp inspection ...................................................................................................................................312
4.20.25 show ip arp inspection ...................................................................................................................................312
4.20.26 show ip arp inspection entry ..........................................................................................................................313
4.20.27 show ip dhcp detailed statistics .....................................................................................................................314
4.20.28 show ip dhcp excluded-address ....................................................................................................................315
4.20.29 show ip dhcp pool..........................................................................................................................................316
4.20.30 show ip dhcp relay.........................................................................................................................................317
4.20.31 show ip dhcp server.......................................................................................................................................317
4.20.32 show ip dhcp server binding (GG) .................................................................................................................318
4.20.33 show ip dhcp server declined-ip (GG) ...........................................................................................................319
4.20.34 show ip dhcp server statistics ........................................................................................................................319
4.20.35 show ip dhcp snooping ..................................................................................................................................320
4.20.36 show ip dhcp snooping table .........................................................................................................................321
4.20.37 show ip http server secure status ..................................................................................................................321
4.20.38 show ip igmp snooping ..................................................................................................................................322
4.20.39 show ip igmp snooping mrouter.....................................................................................................................323
4.20.40 show ip interface brief....................................................................................................................................323
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4.20.41 show ip name-server .....................................................................................................................................324
4.20.42 show ip route .................................................................................................................................................325
4.20.43 show ip source binding ..................................................................................................................................325
4.20.44 show ip ssh....................................................................................................................................................326
4.20.45 show ip statistics............................................................................................................................................326
4.20.46 show ip verify source .....................................................................................................................................328
4.20.47 show ipmc profile...........................................................................................................................................329
4.20.48 show ipmc range ...........................................................................................................................................329
4.20.49 show ipv6 interface........................................................................................................................................330
4.20.50 show ipv6 mld snooping ................................................................................................................................331
4.20.51 show ipv6 mld snooping mrouter ...................................................................................................................332
4.20.52 show ipv6 neighbor........................................................................................................................................332
4.20.53 show ipv6 route .............................................................................................................................................333
4.20.54 show ipv6 statistics........................................................................................................................................334
4.20.55 show lacp ......................................................................................................................................................335
4.20.56 show line .......................................................................................................................................................336
4.20.57 show link-oam ...............................................................................................................................................337
4.20.58 show lldp med media-vlan-policy...................................................................................................................338
4.20.59 show lldp med remote-device ........................................................................................................................339
4.20.60 show lldp neighbors.......................................................................................................................................339
4.20.61 show lldp statistics.........................................................................................................................................340
4.20.62 show logging .................................................................................................................................................341
4.20.63 show loop-protect ..........................................................................................................................................341
4.20.64 show mac address-table................................................................................................................................342
4.20.65 show mep ......................................................................................................................................................343
4.20.66 show mvr .......................................................................................................................................................344
4.20.67 show network-clock .......................................................................................................................................345
4.20.68 show ntp status..............................................................................................................................................346
4.20.69 show platform phy .........................................................................................................................................346
4.20.70 show platform phy failover .............................................................................................................................347
4.20.71 show platform phy id......................................................................................................................................348
4.20.72 show platform phy status ...............................................................................................................................348
4.20.73 show port-security port ..................................................................................................................................349
4.20.74 show port-security switch ..............................................................................................................................349
4.20.75 show privilege................................................................................................................................................350
4.20.76 show ptp <clockinst> .....................................................................................................................................350
4.20.77 show ptp <clockinst> local-clock....................................................................................................................352
4.20.78 show ptp <clockinst> slave-cfg ......................................................................................................................352
4.20.79 show ptp <clockinst> slave-table-unicast ......................................................................................................353
4.20.80 show ptp ext ..................................................................................................................................................353
4.20.81 show pvlan ....................................................................................................................................................354
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4.20.82 show pvlan isolation ......................................................................................................................................354
4.20.83 show qos .......................................................................................................................................................355
4.20.84 show radius-server ........................................................................................................................................357
4.20.85 show rmon alarm ...........................................................................................................................................358
4.20.86 show rmon event ...........................................................................................................................................359
4.20.87 show rmon history .........................................................................................................................................359
4.20.88 show rmon statistics ......................................................................................................................................360
4.20.89 show running-config ......................................................................................................................................361
4.20.90 show snmp ....................................................................................................................................................363
4.20.91 show snmp access ........................................................................................................................................365
4.20.92 show snmp community v3 .............................................................................................................................366
4.20.93 show snmp host.............................................................................................................................................366
4.20.94 show snmp mib context .................................................................................................................................367
4.20.95 show snmp mib ifmib ifIndex .........................................................................................................................369
4.20.96 show snmp security-to-group ........................................................................................................................370
4.20.97 show snmp user ............................................................................................................................................371
4.20.98 show snmp view ............................................................................................................................................372
4.20.99 show spanning-tree .......................................................................................................................................373
4.20.100 show switchport forbidden ...........................................................................................................................374
4.20.101 show tacacs-server......................................................................................................................................374
4.20.102 show terminal ..............................................................................................................................................375
4.20.103 show upnp ...................................................................................................................................................376
4.20.104 show users ..................................................................................................................................................376
4.20.105 show version ...............................................................................................................................................377
4.20.106 show vlan ....................................................................................................................................................378
4.20.107 show vlan ip-subnet.....................................................................................................................................379
4.20.108 show vlan mac.............................................................................................................................................379
4.20.109 show vlan protocol.......................................................................................................................................380
4.20.110 show voice vlan ...........................................................................................................................................381
4.20.111 show web privilege group.............................................................................................................................382
4.21 terminal.................................................................................................................... 383
4.21.1 terminal editing ................................................................................................................................................383
4.21.2 terminal exec-timeout ......................................................................................................................................384
4.21.3 terminal history size.........................................................................................................................................384
4.21.4 terminal length .................................................................................................................................................385
4.21.5 terminal width ..................................................................................................................................................385
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Chapter 1 COMMAND LINE INTERFACE
1.1 Accessing the CLI
When accessing the management interface for the switch over a direct connection to the server’s console port, or via a Telnet
connection, the switch can be managed by entering command keywords and parameters at the prompt. Using the switch's
command-line interface (CLI) is very similar to entering commands on a UNIX system.
This chapter describes how to use the Command Line Interface (CLI).
1.2 Command Line Modes
The CLI groups all the commands in appropriate modes according to the nature of the command. A sample of the CLI command
modes are described below. Each of the command modes supports specific software commands.
Mode-based Command Hierarchy
The Command Line Interface (CLI) groups all the commands in appropriate modes by the nature of the commands. Examples
of the CLI command modes are described below. Each of the command modes supports specific switch’s commands.
The CLI Command Modes table captures the command modes, the prompts visible in that mode and the exit method from that
mode.
Command Mode
Access Method
Prompt
Exit or Access Previous Mode
COMMAND>
Enter Logout command
This is the first level of
User Mode
access. Perform basic tasks
and list system information.
From the User Mode, enter
Privileged Mode
To exit to the User Mode, enter
Switch#
the enable command.
exit or Logout.
From the Privileged Mode,
To exit to the Privileged Mode,
Global Config
enter the configuration
Switch (Config)#
enter the exit command.
Mode
command.
From the Global Config
Switch (Interface <port#>)#
mode, enter the interface
Switch (Interface
<port#> / <vlan#> command.
<vlan#>)#
To exit to the Global Config
Interface Config
mode, enter exit.
Mode
Table 1-1 CLI Command Modes
The CLI is divided into various modes. The commands in one mode are not available until the operator switches to that
particular mode. The commands available to the operator at any point in time depend upon the mode. Entering a question mark
(?) at the CLI prompt, and displayss a list of the available commands and descriptions of the commands.
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The CLI provides the following modes:
 User Mode
When the operator logs into the CLI, the User Mode is the initial mode. The User Mode contains a limited set of commands. The
command prompt shown at this level is:
Command Prompt: switch>
 Privileged Mode
To have access to the full suite of commands, the operator must enter the Privileged Mode. The Privileged Mode requires
password authentication. From Privileged Mode, the operator can issue any Exec command to enter the Global Configuration
mode. The command prompt shown at this level is:
Command Prompt: switch#
 Global Config Mode
This mode permits the operator to make modifications to the running configuration. General setup commands are grouped in
this mode. From the Global Configuration mode, the operator can enter the Interface Configuration mode. The command
prompt at this level is:
Command Prompt: switch(Config)#
From the Global Config mode, the operator may enter the following configuration modes:
 Interface Config Mode
Many features are enabled for a particular interface. The Interface commands enable or modify the operation of an interface. In
this mode, a physical port is set up for a specific logical connection operation. The command prompt at this level is:
Command Prompt: Switch(Interface <port#>)#
Command Prompt: Switch(Interface <vlan#>)#
1.3 Requirements
 Workstations running Windows XP/Vista/7/8/, Windows 2003/2008, MAC OS X or later, Linux, UNIX, or other platforms
are compatible with TCP/IP protocols.
 Workstations are installed with Ethernet NIC (Network Interface Card)
 Serial Port Connection (Terminal)

The above Workstations come with COM Port (DB9) or USB-to-RS-232 converter.

The above Workstations have been installed with terminal emulator, such as Hyper Terminal included in Windows
XP/2003.

Serial cable -- one end is attached to the RS-232 serial port, while the other end to the console port of the Managed
Switch.
 Ethernet Port Connection

Network cables -- Use standard network (UTP) cables with RJ-45 connectors.

The above PC is installed with Web Browser and JAVA runtime environment plug-in.
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Chapter 2 CONSOLE CLI MANAGEMENT
2.1 Terminal Setup
To configure the system, connect a serial cable to a COM port on a PC or notebook computer and to RJ-45 type of serial
(console) port of the Managed Switch.
Figure 2-1 Managed Switch Console Connectivity
The console port of the Managed Switch is a RJ-45 type, RS-232 serial port connector. It is an interface for connecting a
terminal directly. Through the console port, it provides rich diagnostic information including IP Address setting, factory reset, port
management, link status and system setting. Users can use the attached RS-232 cable in the package and connect to the
console port on the device. After the connection, users can run any terminal emulation program (Hyper Terminal, ProComm
Plus, Telix, Winterm and so on) to enter the startup screen of the device.
WGSW-48040HP Rear Panel
Figure 2-2: Rear Panels of WGSW-48040HP
Console port
A terminal program is required to make the software connection to the Managed Switch. Windows' Hyper Terminal program
may be a good choice. The Hyper Terminal can be accessed from the Start menu.
1.
Click START, then Programs, Accessories and then Hyper Terminal.
2.
When the following screen appears, make sure that the COM port should be configured as:
 Baud
: 115200
 Data bits
:8
 Parity
: None
 Stop bits
:1
 Flow control
: None
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Figure 2-3 Hyper Terminal COM Port Configuration
You can change these settings, if desired, after you log on. This management method is often preferred because you can
remain connected and monitor the system during system reboots. Also, certain error messages are sent to the serial port,
regardless of the interface through which the associated action was initiated. A Macintosh or PC attachment can use any
terminal-emulation program for connecting to the terminal serial port. A workstation attachment under UNIX can use an
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2.2 Logon to the Console
Once the terminal is connected to the device, power on the Managed Switch, and the terminal will display “running testing
procedures”. Then, the following message asks to log-in user name and password. The factory default user name and
password are shown as follows and the login screen in Figure 2-4 appears.
Username: admin
Password: admin
Figure 2-4: Managed Switch Console Login Screen
The user can now enter commands to manage the Managed Switch. For a detailed description of the commands, please refer
to the following chapters.
1. For security reason, please change and memorize the new password after this first setup.
2. Only accept command in lowercase letter under console interface.
2.3 Configuring IP Address
The Managed Switch is shipped with default IP address shown below.
IP Address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
To check the current IP address or modify a new IP address for the Switch, please use the procedures as follows:
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
Show the current IP Address
1.
At the “#” prompt, enter “show ip interface brief”.
2.
The screen displays the current IP address and Subnet Mask as shown in Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5: IP Information Screen

Configuring IP Address
3.
At the “#” prompt, enter the following command and press <Enter>. As shown in Figure 2-6.
# configure terminal
(config)# interface vlan 1
(config-if-vlan)# ip address 192.168.1.100 255.255.255.0
The previous command would apply the following settings for the Managed Switch.
IP Address: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Figure 2-6: Configuring IP Address Screen
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4.

Repeat step 1 to check if the IP address is changed.
Store current switch configuration
5.
At the “#” prompt, enter the following command and press <Enter>.
# copy running-config startup-config
Figure 2-7: Saving Current Configuration Command Screen
If the IP is successfully configured, the Managed Switch will apply the new IP address setting immediately. You can access the
Web interface of the Managed Switch through the new IP address.
If you are not familiar with the console command or the related parameter, enter “ ?” anytime
in console to get the help description.
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Chapter 3 TELNET CLI MANAGEMENT
3.1 Telnet Login
The Managed Switch also supports telnet for remote management. The switch asks for user name and password for remote
login when using telnet, please use “admin” for username & password.
Default IP address: 192.168.0.100
Username: admin
Password: admin
Figure 3-1 Managed Switch Telnet Login Screen
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Chapter 4 Commands for CLI Configuration
4.1 clear
4.1.1 clear access management statistics
Command:
clear access management statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the access management statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s access management statistics.
Switch# clear access management statistics
4.1.2 clear access-list ace statistics
Command:
clear access-list ace statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the Access list entry statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s Access list entry statistics.
Switch# clear access-list ace statistics
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4.1.3 clear dot1x statistics interface
Command:
clear dot1x statistics interface GigabitEthernet | 10GigabitEthernet
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the dot1x statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s GigabitEthernet 1/25 dot1x statistics.
Switch# clear dot1x statistics interface GigabitEthernet 1/25
4.1.4 clear ip arp
Command:
clear ip arp
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the ARP cache.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s ARP cache.
Switch# clear ip arp
4.1.5 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics all
Command:
clear ip dhcp detailed statistics all
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP detailed statistics for all.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP detailed statistics for all.
Switch# clear ip dhcp detailed statistics all
4.1.6 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics client
Command:
clear ip dhcp detailed statistics client
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP client statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP client statistics.
Switch# clear ip dhcp detailed statistics client
4.1.7 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics helper
Command:
clear ip dhcp detailed statistics helper
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP normal L2 or L3 forward statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP normal L2 or L3 forward statistics.
Switch# clear ip dhcp detailed statistics helper
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4.1.8 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics server
Command:
clear ip dhcp detailed statistics server
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP server statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP server statistics.
Switch# clear ip dhcp detailed statistics server
4.1.9 clear ip dhcp detailed statistics snooping
Command:
clear ip dhcp detailed statistics snooping
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP snooping statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP normal L2 or L3 forward statistics.
Switch# clear ip dhcp detailed statistics snooping
4.1.10 clear ip dhcp relay statistics
Command:
clear ip dhcp relay statistics
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP relay statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP relay statistics.
Switch# clear ip dhcp relay statistics
4.1.11 clear ip dhcp server binding
Command:
clear ip dhcp server binding <IP>
<IP>
A.B.C.D
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP server binding cache.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP server(192.168.0.100) binding cache.
Switch# clear ip dhcp server binding 192.168.0.100
4.1.12 clear ip dhcp server binding automatic
Command:
clear ip dhcp server binding automatic
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP automatic bindings cache.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP automatic bindings cache.
Switch# clear ip dhcp server binding automatic
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4.1.13 clear ip dhcp server binding expired
Command:
clear ip dhcp server binding expired
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP expired bindings for free.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP expired bindings for free.
Switch# clear ip dhcp server binding expired
4.1.14 clear ip dhcp server binding manual
Command:
clear ip dhcp server binding manual
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the DHCP server manual binding cache.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s DHCP server manual binding cache.
Switch# clear ip dhcp server binding manual
4.1.15 clear ip igmp snooping statistics
Command:
clear ip igmp snooping statistics
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IGMP snooping statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IGMP snooping statistics.
Switch# clear ip igmp snooping statistics
4.1.16 clear ip igmp snooping vlan
Command:
clear ip igmp snooping vlan < vlan_list> statistics
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IGMP snooping vlan < vlan_list> statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IGMP snooping vlan 1 statistics.
Switch# clear ip igmp snooping vlan 1 statistics
4.1.17 clear ip statistics icmp icmp-msg
Command:
clear ip statistics icmp icmp-msg <Type : 0~255>
<Type : 0~255>
ICMP message type ranges from 0 to 255
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv4 ICMP traffic for designated message type.
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Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv4 ICMP traffic for designated message type 0.
Switch# clear ip statistics icmp icmp-msg 0
4.1.18 clear ip statistics icmp interface vlan
Command:
clear ip statistics icmp interface vlan <vlan_list>
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv4 interface/ICMP statistics for specific VLAN.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IP interface/ICMP statistics for specific VLAN 1.
Switch# clear ip statistics icmp interface vlan 1
4.1.19 clear ip statistics system icmp icmp-msg
Command:
clear ip statistics system icmp icmp-msg <Type : 0~255>
<Type : 0~255>
ICMP message type ranges from 0 to 255
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv4 ICMP statistics for specific ICMP message type.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv4 ICMP statistics for specific ICMP message type 0.
Switch# clear ip statistics system icmp icmp-msg 0
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4.1.20 clear ip statistics system icmp interface vlan
Command:
clear ip statistics system icmp interface vlan
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv4 ICMP interface statistics for specific VLAN.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv4 ICMP interface statistics for specific VLAN 1.
Switch# clear ip statistics system icmp interface vlan 1
4.1.21 clear ipv6 mld snooping statistics
Command:
clear ipv6 mld snooping statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the ipv6 mld snooping statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s ipv6 mld snooping statistics.
Switch# clear ipv6 mld snooping statistics
4.1.22 clear ipv6 mld snooping vlan
Command:
clear ipv6 mld snooping vlan <vlan_list> statistics
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<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the ipv6 mld snooping statistics for specific VLAN.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s ipv6 mld snooping statistics for specific VLAN 1.
Switch# clear ipv6 mld snooping vlan 1 statistics
4.1.23 clear ipv6 neighbors
Command:
clear ipv6 neighbors
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the ipv6 neighbors.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s ipv6 neighbors.
Switch# clear ipv6 neighbors
4.1.24 clear ipv6 statistics icmp icmp-msg
Command:
clear ipv6 statistics icmp icmp-msg <Type : 0~255>
<Type : 0~255>
ICMP message type ranges from 0 to 255
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv6 ICMP traffic for designated message type.
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Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv6 ICMP traffic for designated message type 0.
Switch# clear ipv6 statistics icmp icmp-msg 0
4.1.25 clear ipv6 statistics icmp interface vlan
Command:
clear ipv6 statistics icmp interface vlan <vlan_list>
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv6 interface/ICMP statistics for specific VLAN.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv6 interface/ICMP statistics for specific VLAN 1.
Switch# clear ipv6 statistics icmp interface vlan 1
4.1.26 clear ipv6 statistics system icmp icmp-msg
Command:
clear ipv6 statistics system icmp icmp-msg <Type : 0~255>
<Type : 0~255>
ICMP message type ranges from 0 to 255
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv6 ICMP statistics for specific ICMP message type.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv6 ICMP statistics for specific ICMP message type 0.
Switch# clear ipv6 statistics system icmp icmp-msg 0
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4.1.27 clear ipv6 statistics system icmp interface vlan
Command:
clear ipv6 statistics system icmp interface vlan
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the IPv6 ICMP interface statistics for specific VLAN.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s IPv6 ICMP interface statistics for specific VLAN 1.
Switch# clear ipv6 statistics system icmp interface vlan 1
4.1.28 clear lacp statistics
Command:
clear lacp statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the lacp statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s lacp statistics.
Switch# clear lacp statistics
4.1.29 clear lldp statistics
Command:
clear lldp statistics
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Usage Guide:
To clear the lldp statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s lldp statistics.
Switch# clear lldp statistics
4.1.30 clear logging error info
Command:
clear logging error info
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the logging error info.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s logging error info.
Switch# clear logging error info
4.1.31 clear logging error warning
Command:
clear logging error warning
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the logging error warning.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s logging error warning.
Switch# clear logging error warning
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4.1.32 clear logging info error
Command:
clear logging info error
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the logging info error.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s logging info error.
Switch# clear logging info error
4.1.33 clear logging info warning
Command:
clear logging info warning
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the logging info warning.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s logging info warning.
Switch# clear logging info warning
4.1.34 clear logging warning error
Command:
clear logging warning error
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the logging warning error.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s logging warning error.
Switch# clear logging warning error
4.1.35 clear logging warning info
Command:
clear logging warning info
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the logging warning info.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s logging warning info.
Switch# clear logging warning info
4.1.36 clear mac address-table
Command:
clear mac address-table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the mac address-table.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s mac address-table.
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4.1.37 clear mvr name
Command:
clear mvr name <MvrName : word16>
<MvrName : word16>
MVR multicast VLAN name
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the mvr name profiles.
4.1.38 clear mvr statistics
Command:
clear mvr statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the mvr statistics.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s mvr statistics.
Switch# clear mvr statistics
4.1.39 clear mvr vlan
Command:
clear mvr vlan <vlan_list> statistics
<vlan_list>
MVR multicast VLAN list
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the mvr vlan statistics for specific VLAN.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s mvr vlan statistics for specific VLAN 1.
Switch# clear mvr vlan 1 statistics
4.1.40 clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface *
Command:
clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface *
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the spanning-tree detected-protocols for all.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s spanning-tree detected-protocols for all.
Switch# clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface *
4.1.41 clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface *
Command:
clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface *
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the spanning-tree detected-protocols for all.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s spanning-tree detected-protocols for all.
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4.1.42 clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface
GigabitEthernet
Command:
clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface GigabitEthernet <PORT_LIST>
<PORT_LIST>
Port list in X/X-XX
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the spanning-tree detected-protocols for specific GigabitEthernet port.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s spanning-tree detected-protocols for specific GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch# clear spanning-tree detected-protocols interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.1.43 clear spanning-tree statistics interface *
Command:
clear spanning-tree statistics interface *
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the spanning-tree statistics for all.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s spanning-tree statistics for all.
Switch# clear spanning-tree statistics interface *
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4.1.44 clear spanning-tree statistics interface GigabitEthernet
Command:
clear spanning-tree statistics interface GigabitEthernet <PORT_LIST>
<PORT_LIST>
Port list in X/X-XX
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the spanning-tree statistics for specific GigabitEthernet port.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s spanning-tree statistics for specific GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch# clear spanning-tree statistics interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.1.45 clear statistics *
Command:
clear statistics *
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the statistics for all.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s statistics for all.
Switch# clear statistics *
4.1.46 clear statistics GigabitEthernet
Command:
clear statistics GigabitEthernet <PORT_LIST>
<PORT_LIST>
Port list in X/X-XX
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To clear the statistics for specific GigabitEthernet port.
Example:
To clear the Switch’s statistics for specific GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch# clear statistics GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.2 configure terminal
4.2.1 aaa authentication login console local
Command:
aaa authentication login console local
Default:
console : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the local account via console only.
Example:
To authenticate the local account via console.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login console local
4.2.2 aaa authentication login console radius
Command:
aaa authentication login console radius
Default:
console : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the radius account via console only.
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Example:
To authenticate the local and radius account via console.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login console local radius
4.2.3 aaa authentication login console tacacs
Command:
aaa authentication login console tacacs
Default:
console : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the tacacs account via console only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius and tacacs account via console.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login console local radius tacacs
4.2.4 aaa authentication login http local
Command:
aaa authentication login http local
Default:
http : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the local account via http only.
Example:
To authenticate the local account via http.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login http local
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4.2.5 aaa authentication login http radius
Command:
aaa authentication login http radius
Default:
http : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the radius account via http only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius account via http.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login http local radius
4.2.6 aaa authentication login http tacacs
Command:
aaa authentication login http tacacs
Default:
http : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the tacacs account via http only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius and tacacs account via http.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login http local radius tacacs
4.2.7 aaa authentication login ssh local
Command:
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Default:
ssh : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the local account via ssh only.
Example:
To authenticate the local account via ssh.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login ssh local
4.2.8 aaa authentication login ssh radius
Command:
aaa authentication login ssh radius
Default:
ssh : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the radius account via ssh only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius account via ssh.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login ssh local radius
4.2.9 aaa authentication login ssh tacacs
Command:
aaa authentication login ssh tacacs
Default:
ssh : local
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Usage Guide:
To authenticate the tacacs account via ssh only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius and tacacs account via console.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login ssh local radius tacacs
4.2.10 aaa authentication login telnet local
Command:
aaa authentication login telnet local
Default:
telnet : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the local account via telnet only.
Example:
To authenticate the local account via telnet.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login telnet local
4.2.11 aaa authentication login telnet radius
Command:
aaa authentication login telnet radius
Default:
telnet : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the radius account via telnet only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius account via telnet.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login telnet local radius
4.2.12 aaa authentication login telnet tacacs
Command:
aaa authentication login telnet tacacs
Default:
telnet : local
Usage Guide:
To authenticate the tacacs account via telnet only.
Example:
To authenticate the local and radius and tacacs account via telnet.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# aaa authentication login telnet local radius tacacs
4.2.13 access management
Command:
access management <AccessId : 1-16> <AccessVid : 1-4095> <AddrRangeStart :
ipv4_addr | ipv6_addr> all | snmp | telnet | to | Web
<AccessId : 1-16>
ID of access management entry
<AccessVid : 1-4095>
The VLAN ID for the access management entry
<AddrRangeStart : ipv4_addr>
Start IPv4 address
<AddrRangeStart : ipv6_addr>
Start IPv6 address
all
snmp
All services
SNMP service
telnet
TELNET/SSH service
to
End address of the range
web
Web service
Default:
access management : disable
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To enable the access management profile to allow SNMP / Telnet / HTTP services.
Example:
To create a Profile 1 enabling all services for VLAN 1 (IPv6 address 2001::7788) .
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# access management 1 1 2001::7788 all
4.2.14 access-list ace
Command:
access-list ace <AceId : 1-512> action {deny, permit} | dmac-type {any, broadcast,
multicast, unicast} | frametype {any, arp, etype, ipv4, ipv4-icmp, ipv4-tcp, ipv4-udp,
ipv6, ipv6-icmp, ipv6-tcp, ipv6-udp} | ingress {any, interface 10GigabitEthernet |
GigabitEthernet <PORT_ID>} | logging {disable, next, policy, rate-limiter, shutdown,
tag-priority, vid} | next {<AceId : 1-512>, last}| policy <PolicyId : 0-255> | rate-limiter
{<RateLimiterId : 1-16>, disable} | redirect {disable, interface 10GigabitEthernet |
GigabitEthernet <PORT_ID>} | tag-priority {0-1, 0-3, 2-3, 4-5, 4-7, 6-7, <TagPriority :
0-7>, any} | vid {<Vid : 1-4095>, any}
<AceId : 1-512>
ACE ID
action
Access list action
dmac-type
The type of destination MAC address
frametype
Frame type
ingress
Ingress
logging
Logging frame information. Note: The logging feature only
works when the packet length is less than 1518 (without
VLAN tags) and the System Log memory size and logging rate
are limited.
next
Insert the current ACE before the next ACE ID
policy
Policy
rate-limiter
Rate limiter
redirect
Redirect frame to specific port
shutdown
Shutdown incoming port. The shutdown feature only works
when the packet length is less than 1518 (without VLAN
tags).
tag-priority
Tag priority
vid
VID field
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Usage Guide:
To create and set up a profile for the access list.
Example:
To set a Profile 1 up (action: permit, dmac-type: unicast, frametype: ipv4-icmp, ingress: any, logging: disable, policy:
1, rate-limiter: 1, tag-priority: 1. vid: 1).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# access-list ace 1 action permit dmac-type unicast frametype
ipv4-icmp ingress any logging disable policy 1 rate-limiter 1 tag-priority 1 vid 1
4.2.15 access-list ace update
Command:
access-list ace update <AceId : 1-512> action {deny, permit} | dmac-type {any,
broadcast, multicast, unicast} | frametype {any, arp, etype, ipv4, ipv4-icmp, ipv4-tcp,
ipv4-udp,
ipv6,
ipv6-icmp,
ipv6-tcp,
ipv6-udp}
|
ingress
{any,
interface
10GigabitEthernet | GigabitEthernet <PORT_ID>} | logging {disable, next, policy,
rate-limiter, shutdown, tag-priority, vid} | next {<AceId : 1-512>, last}| policy
<PolicyId : 0-255> | rate-limiter {<RateLimiterId : 1-16>, disable} | redirect {disable,
interface 10GigabitEthernet | GigabitEthernet <PORT_ID>} | tag-priority {0-1, 0-3, 2-3,
4-5, 4-7, 6-7, <TagPriority : 0-7>, any} | vid {<Vid : 1-4095>, any}
<AceId : 1-512>
ACE ID
action
Access list action
dmac-type
The type of destination MAC address
frametype
Frame type
ingress
Ingress
logging
Logging frame information. Note: The logging feature only
works when the packet length is less than 1518 (without
VLAN tags) and the System Log memory size and logging rate
are limited.
next
Insert the current ACE before the next ACE ID
policy
Policy
rate-limiter
Rate limiter
redirect
Redirect frame to specific port
shutdown
Shutdown incoming port. The shutdown feature only works
when the packet length is less than 1518 (without VLAN
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tag-priority
Tag priority
vid
VID field
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To update the specific profile for the access list.
Example:
Original:
Profile 1 (action: permit, dmac-type: unicast, frametype: ipv4-icmp, ingress: any, logging: disable, policy: 1,
rate-limiter: 1, tag-priority: 1. vid: 1).
Updated:
Profile 1 (action: deny, dmac-type: any, frametype: ipv4-icmp, ingress: any, logging: disable, policy: 1, rate-limiter:
1, tag-priority: 1. vid: 1).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# access-list ace update 1 action deny dmac-type any
4.2.16 access-list rate-limiter
Command:
access-list rate-limiter <RateLimiterList : 1~16> pps <PpsRate : 0-131071>
<RateLimiterList : 1~16>
<PpsRate : 0-131071>
Rate limiter ID
Rate value
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To set pps rate for specific rate-limiter ID.
Example:
To set pps rate(10000 pps) for specific rate-limiter ID 1.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# access-list rate-limiter 1 pps 10000
4.2.17 access-list rate-limiter pps
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Command:
access-list rate-limiter pps <PpsRate : 0-131071>
<PpsRate : 0-131071>
Rate value
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To set pps rate for all rate-limiter ID.
Example:
To set pps rate(10000 pps) for all rate-limiter ID.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# access-list rate-limiter pps 100
4.2.18 aggregation mode
Command:
aggregation mode dmac | ip | port | smac
dmac
Destination MAC affects the distribution
ip
IP address affects the distribution
port
IP port affects the distribution
smac
Source MAC affects the distribution
Default:
SMAC : Enabled
DMAC : Disabled
IP
: Enabled
Port : Enabled
Usage Guide:
To configure static aggregation mode type.
Example:
To configure static aggregation mode type with Destination MAC affects the distribution and Source MAC affects the
distribution only.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# access-list rate-limiter pps 100
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4.2.19 banner
Command:
banner <LINE>
<LINE>
c banner-text c, where 'c' is a delimiting character
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure banner-text.
Example:
To configure banner-text with word “ddddd”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# banner 1
Enter TEXT message.
End with the character '1'.
ddddd
1
Telnet 192.168.0.100
ddddd
Username:
4.2.20 banner exec
Command:
banner login <LINE>
<LINE>
c banner-text c, where 'c' is a delimiting character
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure login banner-text.
Example:
To configure login banner-text with word “wwwwwwwwww”.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# banner exec 1
Enter TEXT message.
End with the character '1'.
gggggg
1
Telnet 192.168.0.100:
Username: admin
Password:
gggggg
#
4.2.21 banner login
Command:
banner login <LINE>
<LINE>
c banner-text c, where 'c' is a delimiting character
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure login banner-text.
Example:
To configure login banner-text with word “wwwwwwwwww”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# banner login 1
Enter TEXT message.
End with the character '1'.
wwwwwwwwww
1
Console:
Press ENTER to get started
wwwwwwwwww
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Username: admin
Password:
4.2.22 banner motd
Command:
banner motd <LINE>
<LINE>
c banner-text c, where 'c' is a delimiting character
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure motd banner-text.
Example:
To configure motd banner-text with word “ffffff”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# banner motd 1
Enter TEXT message.
End with the character '1'.
ffffff
1
Console:
ffffff
Press ENTER to get started
Username:
4.2.23 clock summer-time
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clock summer-time <WORD> date <Monthstart: 1-12> <Daystart: 1-31> <Yearstart:
1-12> <Timestart: hh:mm > <Monthend: 1-12> <Dayend: 1-31> <Yearend: 1-12>
<Timeend: hh:mm > <Offset minutes: 1-1440 >
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To set daylight saving.
Example:
To set daylight saving (Started time: Feb, 3. 2013 8:8AM, End time: Dec, 31. 2013 8:8AM, Offset time: 60 minutes).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# clock summer-time 1 date 2 3 2013 8:8 12 31 2013 8:8 60
4.2.24 clock timezone
Command:
clock timezone <WORD> <timezone: -23-23>
<WORD>
name of time zone
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To set timezone.
Example:
To set timezone (GMT -15) with profile 1.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# clock timezone 1 -15
4.2.25 default access-list rate-limiter
Command:
default access-list rate-limiter <RateLimiterId : 1-16>
<RateLimiterId : 1-16>
Rate limiter ID
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Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To default the Rate limiter.
Example:
To default the Rate limiter ID 1.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# default access-list rate-limiter 1
4.2.26 dot1x authentication timer inactivity
Command:
dot1x authentication timer inactivity <10-1000000>
Default:
Aging period: 300
Usage Guide:
To set the Aging period for Network Access Server.
Example:
To set the Aging period (147 seconds).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x authentication timer inactivity 147
4.2.27 dot1x authentication timer re-authenticate
Command:
dot1x authentication timer re-authenticate <1-3600>
Default:
Re-authenticated Period: 3600
Usage Guide:
To set the Re-authenticated Period for Network Access Server.
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Example:
To set the Re-authenticated Period (777 seconds).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x authentication timer re-authenticate 777
4.2.28 dot1x feature
Command:
dot1x feature guest-vlan | radius-qos | radius-vlan
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable the guest-vlan, radius-qos, radius-vlan for Network Access Server
Example:
To enable the guest-vlan, radius-qos, radius-vlan for Network Access Server.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x authentication timer re-authenticate 777
4.2.29 dot1x guest-vlan
Command:
dot1x guest-vlan <1-4095>
<1-4095>
Guest VLAN ID used when entering the Guest VLAN.
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To set the value of guest-vlan for Network Access Server
Example:
To set the value of guest-vlan(2) for Network Access Server
Switch# configure terminal
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4.2.30 dot1x guest-vlan supplicant
Command:
dot1x guest-vlan supplicant
supplicant
The switch remembers if an EAPOL frame has been received on the port for the life-time of the port. Once the
switch considers whether to enter the Guest VLAN, it will first check if this option is enabled or disabled.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To allow all frames automatically entering guest-vlan for Network Access Server
Example:
To allow all frames automatically entering guest-vlan for Network Access Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x guest-vlan supplicant
4.2.31 dot1x max-reauth-req
Command:
dot1x max-reauth-req <1-255>
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To define 802.1X re-authentication frequency for Network Access Server
Example:
To define 802.1X re-authentication frequency with 78 times for Network Access Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x max-reauth-req 78
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4.2.32 dot1x system-auth-control
Command:
dot1x system-auth-control
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable 802.1X service for Network Access Server
Example:
To enable 802.1X service for Network Access Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x system-auth-control
4.2.33 dot1x timeout quiet-period
Command:
dot1x timeout quiet-period <10-1000000>
quiet-period
Time in seconds before a MAC-address that failed authentication gets a new authentication chance.
Default:
10
Usage Guide:
To configure 802.1X hold time for Network Access Server
Example:
To configure 802.1X hold time(12 seconds) for Network Access Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x timeout quiet-period 12
4.2.34 dot1x timeout tx-period
Command:
dot1x timeout tx-period <1-65535>
tx-period
The time between EAPOL retransmissions.
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Default:
30
Usage Guide:
To configure 802.1X EPOAL timeout for Network Access Server
Example:
To configure 802.1X EPOAL timeout (45 seconds) for Network Access Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# dot1x timeout tx-period 45
4.2.35 enable password
Command:
enable password <WORD>
<WORD>
The UNENCRYPTED (cleartext) password.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To configure enable password for user
Example:
To configure enable password(admin) for user
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# enable password admin
Press ENTER to get started
Username:
Password:
> enable
Password: *****
#
4.2.36 enable password level
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Command:
enable password level <1-15> <WORD>
<1-15>
Level number
<WORD>
The UNENCRYPTED (cleartext) password.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To configure enable password and specific level for user
Example:
To configure enable password(admin) and specific level(15) for user
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# enable password level 15 admin
Press ENTER to get started
Username:
Password:
> enable
Password: admin
#
4.2.37 enable secret
Command:
enable secret 0 | 5 level <1-15> <WORD>
0
Specifies an UNENCRYPTED password will follow
5
Specifies an ENCRYPTED secret will follow
<1-15>
<WORD>
Level number
The UNENCRYPTED (cleartext) / ENCRYPTED(MD5) password.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To configure enable password to encrypted secret in the system configurations and specific level for user
Example:
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# enable secret 0 level 15 cisco
# show running-config
Building configuration...
enable secret 5 level 15 FC89368B9513DE0760290BCE9A1DA90A
……………
Press ENTER to get started
Username:
Password:
> enable
Password: cisco
#
4.2.38 end
Command:
end
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To level the configure terminal mode
Example:
To level the configure terminal mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# end
#
4.2.39 exit
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Command:
exit
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To exit configure terminal mode.
Example:
To exit configure terminal mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# exit
#
4.2.40 gvrp
Command:
gvrp
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable GVRP.
Example:
To enable GVRP.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# gvrp
4.2.41 gvrp max-vlans
Command:
gvrp max-vlans <1-4095>
Default:
20
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Usage Guide:
To configure how many VLANs will be in GVRP.
Example:
To configure 200 VLANs in GVRP.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# gvrp max-vlans 200
4.2.42 gvrp time
Command:
gvrp time join-time <Jointime : 1-20> leave-all-time <Leavealltime : 1000-5000>
leave-time <Leavetime : 60-300>
join-time
Set GARP protocol parameter JoinTime. See IEEE 802.1D-2004, clause 12.11
<Jointime : 1-20>
leave-all-time
join-time in units of centi seconds. Range is 1-20. Default is 20.
Set GARP protocol parameter LeaveAllTime. See IEEE 802.1D-2004, clause 12.11
<Leavealltime : 1000-5000>
leave-time
leave-all-time in units of centi seconds Range is 1000-5000. Default is 1000.
Set GARP protocol parameter LeaveTime. See IEEE 802.1D-2004, clause 12.11
<Leavetime : 60-300>
leave-time in units of centi seconds. Range is 60-300. Default is 60.
Default:
Usage Guide:
To configure Join-time, Leave-time, Leave all-time for GVRP.
Example:
To configure Join-time, Leave-time, Leave all-time for GVRP as tabled below.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# gvrp time join-time 5 leave-all-time 1200 leave-time 150
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4.2.43 help
Command:
help
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To explain how to use commands.
Example:
To explain how to use commands.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# help
Help may be requested at any point in a command by entering
a question mark '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will
be empty and you must back up until entering a '?' showing the
available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show pr?'.)
4.2.44 hostname
Command:
hostname < WORD >
< WORD >
This system's network name
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure switch’s hostname.
Example:
To configure switch’s hostname with “planetbestswitch”
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# hostname planetbestswitch
planetbestswitch(config)#
4.2.45 interface * | GigabitEthernet
Command:
interface * | GigabitEthernet <port_type_list>
*
All switches or All ports
GigabitEthernet
1 Gigabit Ethernet Port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enter the interface mode.
Example:
To enter the interface GigabitEthernet 1/2
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet 1/2
Switch (config-if) #
4.2.45.1 access-list action permit
Command:
access-list action permit
action
Access list action
Default:
Permit
Usage Guide:
To configure Permit for the ACL action.
Example:
To configure Permit ACL action for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list action permit
4.2.45.2 access-list action deny
Command:
access-list action deny
action
Access list action
Default:
Deny
Usage Guide:
To configure Deny for the ACL action.
Example:
To configure Deny ACL action for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list action deny
4.2.45.3 access-list logging
Command:
access-list logging
logging
Logging frame information. Note: The logging feature only works when the packet length is less than
1518 (without VLAN tags) and the System Log memory size and logging rate is limited.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable Logging function for the ACL.
Example:
To enable ACL Logging function for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list logging
4.2.45.4 access-list policy
Command:
access-list policy <PolicyId : 0-255>
policy
Policy
<PolicyId : 0-255>
Policy ID
Default:
Policy ID: 0
Usage Guide:
To configure Policy ID for the ACL.
Example:
To configure ACL Policy ID 1 for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list policy 1
4.2.45.5 access-list port-state
Command:
access-list port-state
port-state
Re-enable shutdown port that was shutdown by access-list module
Default:
Enable
Usage Guide:
To enable Port-state function for the ACL.
Example:
To configure ACL Port-state function for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list port-state
4.2.45.6 access-list rate-limiter
Command:
access-list rate-limiter <RateLimiterId : 1-16>
rate-limiter
Rate limiter
<RateLimiterId : 1-16>
Rate limiter ID
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To apply Rate Limiter ID for the ACL.
Example:
To apply ACL Rate Limiter ID 1 for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list rate-limiter 1
4.2.45.7 access-list redirect interface
Command:
access-list redirect interface 10GigabitEthernet <port_type_list> | GigabitEthernet
<port_type_list>
redirect
Redirect frame to specific port
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To redirect frames to specific Port.
Example:
To redirect GigabitEthernet X/X frames to GigabitEthernet 1/2.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list redirect interface GigabitEthernet 1/2
4.2.45.8 access-list shutdown
Command:
access-list shutdown
shutdown
Shut down incoming port. The shutdown feature only works when the packet length is less than 1518
(without VLAN tags).
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable Shutdown function for the ACL.
Example:
To enable ACL Shutdown function for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # access-list shutdown
4.2.45.9 aggregation group
Command:
aggregation group <uint>
aggregation
Create an aggregation
group
Create an aggregation group
<uint>
The aggregation group id
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure aggregation group.
Example:
To configure aggregation group 7 for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # aggregation group 7
4.2.45.10 description
Command:
description <string>
description
<string>
Port description
specifies a comment or a description of the port to assist the user. (Length: 1-12 characters)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure port description.
Example:
To configure port description (IPTV_Port) for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # description IPTV_Port
4.2.45.11 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands in config mode
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands in configure terminal mode
Example:
To run “show aaa” in configure terminal mode.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
4.2.45.12 dot1x guest-vlan
Command:
dot1x guest-vlan
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
guest-vlan
Enables/disables guest VLAN
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable Guest VLAN
Example:
To enable Guest VLAN for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # dot1x guest-vlan
4.2.45.13 dot1x port-control
Command:
dot1x port-control auto | force-authorized | force-unauthorized | mac-based | multi |
single
dot1x
port-control
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
Sets the port security state.
auto
Port-based 802.1X Authentication
force-authorized
Port access is allowed
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force-unauthorized
Port access is not allowed
mac-based
Switch authenticates on behalf of the client
multi
Multiple Host 802.1X Authentication
single
Single Host 802.1X Authentication
Default:
Force-authorized
Usage Guide:
To configure Port-control mode for 802.1X
Example:
To configure Port-Based 802.1X(Auto) mode for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # dot1x port-control auto
4.2.45.14 dot1x radius-qos
Command:
dot1x radius-qos
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
radius-qos
Enables/disables per-port state of RADIUS-assigned QoS.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable RADIUS-assigned QoS for 802.1X
Example:
To enable RADIUS-assigned QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # dot1x radius-qos
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4.2.45.15 dot1x radius-vlan
Command:
dot1x radius-vlan
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
radius-vlan
Enables/disables per-port state of RADIUS-assigned VLAN.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable RADIUS-assigned VLAN for 802.1X
Example:
To enable RADIUS-assigned VLAN for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # dot1x radius-vlan
4.2.45.16 dot1x re-authenticate
Command:
dot1x re-authenticate
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
re-authenticate
Refresh (restart) 802.1X authentication process.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To restart 802.1X authentication process.
Example:
To restart 802.1X authentication process for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # dot1x re-authenticate
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4.2.45.17 duplex
Command:
duplex auto | full | half
duplex Interface duplex
auto
Auto negotiation of duplex mode.
full
Forced full duplex.
half
Forced half duplex.
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure duplex mode for interface.
Example:
To configure auto duplex mode for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # duplex auto
4.2.45.18 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # end
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4.2.45.19 excessive-restart
Command:
excessive-restart
excessive-restart
Restart backoff algorithm after 16 collisions (No excessive-restart means discard frame after 16
collisions)
Default:
Discard
Usage Guide:
To enable Backoff Algorithm for the specific interface
Example:
To enable Backoff Algorithm for the GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # excessive-restart
4.2.45.20 exit
Command:
exit
exit Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # exit
Switch (config)#
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4.2.45.21 flowcontrol
Command:
flowcontrol off | on
flowcontrol
Traffic flow control.
off
Disable flow control.
on
Enable flow control.
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To enable Flow-control for specific interface
Example:
To enable Flow-control for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # flowcontrol on
4.2.45.22 green-ethernet energy-detect
Command:
green-ethernet energy-detect
green-ethernet
Green ethernet (Power reduction)
energy-detect
Enable power saving for ports with no link partner.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enable power saving for ports with no link partner
Example:
To enable power saving for ports with no link for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # green-ethernet energy-detect
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4.2.45.23 green-ethernet short-reach
Command:
green-ethernet short-reach
green-ethernet
short-reach
Green ethernet (Power reduction)
Enable power saving for ports which is connect to link partner with short cable.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enable power saving for ports with short cable
Example:
To enable power saving for ports with short cable for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # green-ethernet short-reach
4.2.45.24 gvrp join-request vlan
Command:
gvrp join-request vlan <vlan_list>
gvrp
Enable GVRP on port(s)
join-request
Emit a Join-Request for test purpose
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To send GVRP Join-Request to specific interface
Example:
To send GVRP Join-Request(VLAN 1) to GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # gvrp join-request vlan 1
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4.2.45.25 gvrp leave-request vlan
Command:
gvrp leave-request vlan <vlan_list>
gvrp
Enable GVRP on port(s)
leave-request
Emit a Leave-Request for test purpose
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To send GVRP Leave-Request to specific interface
Example:
To send GVRP Leave-Request(VLAN 1) to GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # gvrp leave-request vlan 1
4.2.45.26 ip arp inspection check-vlan
Command:
ip arp inspection check-vlan
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
check-vlan
ARP inspection VLAN mode config
Default:
Disable
Usage Guide:
To configure Check-VLAN mode into ARP inspection for specific interface
Example:
To configure Check-VLAN mode (Enabled) into ARP inspection for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip arp inspection check-vlan
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4.2.45.27 ip arp inspection logging
Command:
ip arp inspection logging all | deny | permit
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
logging
ARP inspection logging mode config
all
log all entries
deny
log denied entries
permit
log permitted entries
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Logging type into ARP inspection for specific interface
Example:
To configure Logging type (All) into ARP inspection for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip arp inspection logging all
4.2.45.28 ip arp inspection trust
Command:
ip arp inspection trust
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
trust
ARP inspection trust config
Default:
Trusted
Usage Guide:
To configure Trusted into ARP inspection for specific interface
Example:
To configure Trusted into ARP inspection for GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip arp inspection trust
4.2.45.29 ip dhcp snooping trust
Command:
ip dhcp snooping trust
Default:
Trusted
Usage Guide:
To configure Trusted into DHCP Snooping for specific interface
Example:
To configure Trusted into DHCP Snooping for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip dhcp snooping trust
4.2.45.30 ip igmp snooping filter
Command:
ip igmp snooping filter <ProfileName : word16>
<ProfileName : word16>
Profile name in 16 words
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To apply the IGMP Snooping filter ID for specific interface
Example:
To apply the IGMP Snooping filter ID 1 for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch (config-if) # ip igmp snooping filter 1
4.2.45.31 ip igmp snooping immediate-leave
Command:
ip igmp snooping immediate-leave
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IGMP Snooping Immediate-leave (Fast Leave) for specific interface
Example:
To enable IGMP Snooping Immediate-leave (Fast Leave) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip igmp snooping immediate-leave
4.2.45.32 ip igmp snooping max-groups
Command:
ip igmp snooping max-groups <Throttling : 1-10>
max-groups
<Throttling : 1-10>
IGMP group throttling configuration
Maximum number of IGMP group registration
Default:
Unlimited
Usage Guide:
To limit maximum number of IGMP group for specific interface
Example:
To limit 5 groups of IGMP for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip igmp snooping max-groups 5
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4.2.45.33 ip igmp snooping mrouter
Command:
ip igmp snooping mrouter [ automatic | fix | none ]
mrouter
Multicast router port configuration
automatic
fix
auto mode
fix mode
none
none mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure Multicast router port mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure Multicast router port mode (fix) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip igmp snooping mrouter fix
4.2.45.34 ip verify source
Command:
ip verify source
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IP Source Guard for specific interface
Example:
To enable IP Source Guard for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip verify source
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4.2.45.35 ip verify source limit
Command:
ip verify source limit <0-2>
<0-2>
the number of limit
Default:
Unlimited
Usage Guide:
To limit numbers of Dynamic Client for specific interface
Example:
To limit 2 numbers of Dynamic Client for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ip verify source limit 2
4.2.45.36 ipv6 mld snooping filter
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping filter <ProfileName : word16>
filter
Access control on MLD multicast group registration
<ProfileName : word16>
Profile name in 16 words
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To apply the MLD Snooping filter ID for specific interface
Example:
To apply the MLD Snooping filter ID 1 for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ipv6 mld snooping filter 1
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4.2.45.37 ipv6 mld snooping immediate-leave
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping immediate-leave
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MLD Snooping Immediate-leave (Fast Leave) for specific interface
Example:
To enable MLD Snooping Immediate-leave (Fast Leave) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ipv6 mld snooping immediate-leave
4.2.45.38 ipv6 mld snooping max-groups
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping max-groups <Throttling : 1-10>
max-groups
<Throttling : 1-10>
IGMP group throttling configuration
Maximum number of IGMP group registration
Default:
Unlimited
Usage Guide:
To limit maximum number of MLD group for specific interface
Example:
To limit 5 groups of MLD for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ipv6 mld snooping max-groups 5
4.2.45.39 ipv6 mld snooping mrouter
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Command:
ipv6 mld snooping mrouter [ automatic | fix | none]
mrouter
Multicast router port configuration
automatic
auto mode
fix
fix mode
none
none mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure MLD router port mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure MLD router port mode (fix) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ipv6 mld snooping mrouter fix
4.2.45.40 lacp
Command:
lacp
lacp
Enable LACP on this interface
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable LACP for specific interface
Example:
To enable LACP for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lacp
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4.2.45.41 lacp key
Command:
lacp key <1-65535> | auto
lacp
Enable LACP on this interface
key
Key of the LACP aggregation
<1-65535>
Key value
auto
Choose a key based on port speed
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure LACP key for specific interface
Example:
To configure LACP key (555) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lacp key 555
4.2.45.42 lacp port-priority
Command:
lacp port-priority <1-65535>
lacp
Enable LACP on this interface
port-priority
LACP priority of the port
<1-65535>
Priority value, lower means higher priority
Default:
32768
Usage Guide:
To configure LACP port-priority for specific interface
Example:
To configure LACP port-priority (555) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch (config-if) # lacp port-priority 555
4.2.45.43 lacp role
Command:
lacp role active | passive
lacp
Enable LACP on this interface
role
Active / Passive (speak if spoken to) role
active
Transmit LACP BPDUs continously
passive
Wait for neighbour LACP BPDUs before transmitting
Default:
Active
Usage Guide:
To configure LACP role for specific interface
Example:
To configure LACP role (passive) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lacp role passive
4.2.45.44 lacp timeout
Command:
lacp timeout fast | slow
lacp
Enable LACP on this interface
timeout
The period between BPDU transmissions
fast
Transmit BPDU each second (fast timeout)
slow
Transmit BPDU each 30th second (slow timeout)
Default:
Fast
Usage Guide:
To configure LACP timeout type for specific interface
Example:
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To enable LACP timeout type (slow) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lacp timeout slow
4.2.45.45 lldp cdp-aware
Command:
lldp cdp-aware
lldp
LLDP configurations
cdp-aware
Configures if the interface shall be CDP aware (CDP discovery information is added to the LLDP neighbor
table)
Default:
Passive
Usage Guide:
To configure MIB variable retrieve local info or remote info of LLDP for specific interface
Example:
To configure MIB variable retrieve (local info) of LLDP for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp cdp-aware
4.2.45.46 lldp med media-vlan policy-list
Command:
lldp med media-vlan policy-list <v_range_list>
lldp
LLDP configurations
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
media-vlan
Media VLAN assignment
policy-list
Assignment of policies
<v_range_list>
Policies to assign to the interface
Default:
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Usage Guide:
To apply MED Media-VLAN policy of LLDP for specific interface
Example:
To apply MED Media-VLAN policy 2 of LLDPfor GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp med media-vlan policy-list 2
4.2.45.47 lldp med transmit-tlv
Command:
lldp med transmit-tlv [ capabilities ] [ location ] [ network-policy ]
lldp
LLDP configurations
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
transmit-tlv
LLDP-MED Location Type Length Value parameter.
capabilities
Enable transmission of the optional capabilities TLV.
location
Enable transmission of the optional location TLV.
network-policy
Enable transmission of the optional network-policy TLV.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure LLDP-MED TLV Type for specific interface
Example:
To enable LLDP-MED TLV (capabilities and location) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp med transmit-tlv capabilities location
4.2.45.48 lldp receive
Command:
lldp receive
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lldp
LLDP configurations
receive
Enable/Disable decoding of received LLDP frames.
Default:
Both (Tx +Rx)
Usage Guide:
To configure LLDP Rx only mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure LLDP Rx only mode for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp receive
4.2.45.49 lldp tlv-select management-address
Command:
lldp tlv-select management-address
lldp
LLDP configurations
tlv-select
To transmit which optional TLVs.
management-address
Enable/Disable transmission of management address.
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable management address of LLDP TLV for specific interface
Example:
To enable management address of LLDP TLV for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp tlv-select management-address
4.2.45.50 lldp tlv-select port-description
Command:
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lldp
LLDP configurations
tlv-select
To transmit which optional TLVs.
port-description
Enable/Disable transmission of port description.
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable port-description of LLDP TLV for specific interface
Example:
To enable port-description of LLDP TLV for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp tlv-select port-description
4.2.45.51 lldp tlv-select system-capabilities
Command:
lldp tlv-select system-capabilities
lldp
LLDP configurations
tlv-select
To transmit which optional TLVs.
system-capabilities
Enable/Disable transmission of system capabilities.
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable system-capabilities of LLDP TLV for specific interface
Example:
To enable system-capabilities of LLDP TLV for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp tlv-select system-capabilities
4.2.45.52 lldp tlv-select system-description
Command:
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lldp
LLDP configurations
tlv-select
To transmit which optional TLVs.
system-description
Enable/Disable transmission of system description.
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable system-description of LLDP TLV for specific interface
Example:
To enable system-description of LLDP TLV for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp tlv-select system-description
4.2.45.53 lldp tlv-select system-name
Command:
lldp tlv-select system-name
lldp
LLDP configurations
tlv-select
To transmit which optional TLVs.
system-name
Enable/Disable transmission of system name.
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable system-name of LLDP TLV for specific interface
Example:
To enable system-name of LLDP TLV for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp tlv-select system-name
4.2.45.54 lldp transmit
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Command:
lldp transmit
lldp
LLDP configurations
transmit
Enable/Disabled transmision of LLDP frames.
Default:
Both (Tx +Rx)
Usage Guide:
To configure LLDP Tx only mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure LLDP Tx only mode for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # lldp transmit
4.2.45.55 loop-protect
Command:
loop-protect
loop-protect
Loop protection configuration
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable loop-protect for specific interface
Example:
To enable loop-protect for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # loop-protect
4.2.45.56 loop-protect action
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loop-protect action [log] [shutdown]
loop-protect
action
Loop protection configuration
Action if loop detected
log
Generate log
shutdown
Shutdown port
Default:
Shutdown
Usage Guide:
To configure action mode of Loop protection for specific interface
Example:
To configure action mode (log and shutdown) of Loop protection for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # loop-protect action shutdown log
4.2.45.57 loop-protect tx-mode
Command:
loop-protect tx-mode
loop-protect
tx-mode
Loop protection configuration
Actively generate PDUs
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable tx-mode of Loop protection for specific interface
Example:
To enable tx-mode of Loop protection for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # loop-protect tx-mode
4.2.45.58 loop-protect tx-mode
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Command:
loop-protect tx-mode
loop-protect
tx-mode
Loop protection configuration
Actively generate PDUs
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable tx-mode of Loop protection for specific interface
Example:
To enable tx-mode of Loop protection for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # loop-protect tx-mode
4.2.45.59 mac address-table learning
Command:
mac address-table learning [secure]
mac
MAC keyword
address-table
MAC table configuration
learning
secure
Port learning mode
Port Secure mode
Default:
Enabled (Auto)
Usage Guide:
To enable learning of MAC address table for specific interface
Example:
To enable learning of MAC address table for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # mac address-table learning
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4.2.45.60 media-type
Command:
media-type dual | rj45 | sfp
media-type
Media type.
dual
Dual media interface (copper & fiber interface).
rj45
rj45 interface (copper interface).
sfp
sfp interface (fiber interface).
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure Copper or Fiber mode of media type for specific interface
Example:
To configure Copper mode of media type for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # media-type rj45
4.2.45.61 mtu
Command:
mtu <1518-10056>
mtu
Maximum transmission unit
<1518-10056>
Maximum frame size in bytes.
Default:
10056
Usage Guide:
To configure MTU sizes for specific interface
Example:
To configure MTU sizes (9000) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # mtu 9000
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4.2.45.62 mvr immediate-leave
Command:
mvr immediate-leave
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
immediate-leave
Immediate leave configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Immediate-leave of MVR for specific interface
Example:
To enable Immediate-leave of MVR for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # mvr immediate-leave
4.2.45.63 mvr name
Command:
mvr name <MvrName : word16> type [receiver | source]
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
type
MVR multicast VLAN name
MVR port role configuration
receiver
MVR receiver port
source
MVR source port
Default:
Inactive
Usage Guide:
To configure port role of specific MVR profile for specific interface
Example:
To configure port role (source) of MVR profiles (111) for GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # mvr name 111 type source
4.2.45.64 mvr vlan
Command:
mvr vlan <v_vlan_list> type [source | receiver ]
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
MVR multicast VLAN list
type
MVR port role configuration
receiver
MVR receiver port
source
MVR source port
Default:
Inactive
Usage Guide:
To configure port role of specific MVR VLAN ID for specific interface
Example:
To configure port role (source) of MVR VLAN ID (111) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # mvr name 111 type source
4.2.45.65 network-clock synchronization ssm
Command:
network-clock synchronization ssm
network-clock
synchronization
ssm
network-clock
SSM enable/disable.
SSM enable/disable.
Default:
Disable
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Usage Guide:
To enable SSM of SyncE for specific interface
Example:
To enable SSM of SyncE for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # network-clock synchronization ssm
4.2.45.66 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function for specific interface
Example:
To enable the function (network-clock synchronization ssm) for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # no network-clock synchronization ssm
4.2.45.67 ping ip
Command:
ping ip <ipv4_addr> size <size: 2-1452>
ping The ping command allows you to test connectivity to a network host from the appliance
ip
ip
<ipv4_addr>
size
IP address
size
<size: 2-1452>
Default is 56 (excluding MAC, IP and ICMP headers)
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run Ping function for specific interface
Example:
To run Ping function (IP address: 10.10.10.10 with size 88 bytes) for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # ping ip 10.10.10.10 size 88
4.2.45.68 poe mode
Command:
poe mode { standard | plus }
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
mode
PoE mode.
plus
Set mode to PoE+ (Maximum power 30.0 W)
standard
Set mode to PoE (Maximum power 15.4 W)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure 802.3at/af mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure 802.3at mode for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe mode plus
4.2.45.69 poe pdcheck IP
Command:
poe pdcheck IP <ipv4_addr>
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
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pdcheck
Allows user to enable or disable per port PD Alive Check function.
IP
To set PoE device IP address here for system making ping to the PoE device.
<ipv4_addr>
<ipv4_addr>
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure Ping PD IP Address of PoE for specific interface
Example:
To configure Ping PD IP Address (10.101.10.10) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe pdcheck IP 10.101.10.10
4.2.45.70 poe pdcheck action
Command:
poe pdcheck action { reboot | alarm | reboot-alarm }
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
pdcheck
Allows user to enable or disable per port PD Alive Check function.
action
Allows user to set which action will be applied if the
PD is without any response
alarm
It means system will issue an alarm message via Syslog, SMTP.
reboot
It means system will reset the PoE port that is connected to the PD.
reboot-alarm
It means system will reset the PoE port and issue an alarm message via Syslog, SMTP.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check Action of PoE for specific interface
Example:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check Action (Alarm) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe pdcheck action alarm
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4.2.45.71 poe pdcheck enable
Command:
poe pdcheck enable
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
pdcheck
Allows user to enable or disable per port PD Alive Check function.
enable
PD alive check enable.
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable PD Ping Alive Check function of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To enable PD Ping Alive Check function of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe pdcheck enable
4.2.45.72 poe pdcheck interval
Command:
poe pdcheck interval <10-300>
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
pdcheck
Allows user to enable or disable per port PD Alive Check function.
interval
set how long system should be issue a ping request to PD for
alive or dead.
<10-300>
interval <10~300>
Default:
30
Usage Guide:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check interval of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check interval (100 seconds) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe pdcheck interval 100
4.2.45.73 poe pdcheck reboot-time
Command:
poe pdcheck reboot-time <30-180>
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
pdcheck
Allows user to enable or disable per port PD Alive Check function.
reboot-time
set the PoE device rebooting time.
<30-180>
reboot-time <30-180>
Default:
90
Usage Guide:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check rebooting time of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check rebooting time (100 seconds) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe pdcheck reboot-time 100
4.2.45.74 poe pdcheck retry-count
Command:
poe pdcheck retry-count <1-5>
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
pdcheck
Allows user to enable or disable per port PD Alive Check function.
retry-count
set how many times system retry ping to PD.
<1-5>
retry-count <1-5>
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
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To configure PD Ping Alive Check retry count of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To configure PD Ping Alive Check retry count (5) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe pdcheck retry-count 5
4.2.45.75 poe power limit
Command:
poe power limit { <Power in watts>}
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
power
limit
Setting maximum power for port in allocation mode.
The maximum power.
<Power in watts : option>
Maximum power for the interface (0-15.4 Watt
standard mode, 0-30.0 Watt for PoE plus mode)
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To configure maximum power of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To configure maximum power (29 watts) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe power limit 29
4.2.45.76 poe priority
Command:
poe priority { low | high | critical }
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
priority
Interface priority.
critical
Set priority to critical.
high
Set priority to high.
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low
Set priority to low.
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To configure interface priority of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To configure interface priority (low) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe priority low
4.2.45.77 poe time-range
Command:
poe time-range { profile1 | profile2 | profile3 | profile4 }
poe
Power Over Ethernet.
time-range
To bind a PoE time-range to the corresponding port.
profile1
The profile name of the PoE time-range to be bound to the port.
profile2
The profile name of the PoE time-range to be bound to the port.
profile3
The profile name of the PoE time-range to be bound to the port.
profile4
The profile name of the PoE time-range to be bound to the port.
Default:
Profile 1
Usage Guide:
To configure time-range profile of PoE for specific interface.
Example:
To configure time-range profile (Profile 3) of PoE for GigabitEthernet X/X.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # poe time-range profile3
4.2.45.78 port-security
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Command:
port-security
port-security
Enable/disable port security per interface.
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Port-security for specific interface
Example:
To enable Port-security for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # port-security
4.2.45.79 port-security maximum
Command:
port-security maximum <Number of addresses : 1-1024>
port-security
maximum
Enable/disable port security per interface.
Maximum number of MAC addresses that can be learned on this set of interfaces.
<Number of addresses : 1-1024>
Number of addresses
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure number of Port-security addresses for specific interface
Example:
To configure 100 Port-security addresses for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # port-security maximum 100
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4.2.45.80 port-security violation
Command:
port-security violation [protect | shutdown | trap | trap-shutdown]
port-security
violation
Enable/disable port security per interface.
The action involved with exceeding the limit.
protect
Don't do anything
shutdown
Shut down the port
trap
Send an SNMP trap
trap-shutdown
Send an SNMP trap and shut down the port
Default:
None (Protected)
Usage Guide:
To configure protected mode of Port-security for specific interface
Example:
To configure protected mode (trap-shutdown) of Port-security for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # port-security violation trap-shutdown
4.2.45.81 port-security violation
Command:
port-security violation [protect | shutdown | trap | trap-shutdown]
port-security
violation
Enable/disable port security per interface.
The action involved with exceeding the limit.
protect
Don't do anything
shutdown
Shutdown the port
trap
Send an SNMP trap
trap-shutdown
Send an SNMP trap and shut down the port
Default:
None (Protected)
Usage Guide:
To configure protected mode of Port-security for specific interface
Example:
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To configure protected mode (trap-shutdown) of Port-security for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # port-security violation trap-shutdown
4.2.45.82 pvlan
Command:
pvlan <range_list>
pvlan
Private VLAN
<range_list>
list of PVLANs. Range is from 1 to number of ports.
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To create PVLAN ID for specific interface
Example:
To create PVLAN ID (5) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # pvlan 5
4.2.45.83 pvlan isolation
Command:
pvlan isolation
pvlan
Private VLAN
isolation
Port isolation
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enable PVLAN isolation for specific interface
Example:
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To enable PVLAN isolation for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # pvlan isolation
4.2.45.84 qos cos
Command:
qos cos <Cos : 0-7>
qos
Quality of Service
cos
Class of service configuration
<Cos : 0-7>
Specific class of service
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure CoS of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure CoS (4) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos cos 4
4.2.45.85 qos dei
Command:
qos dei <Dei : 0-1>
qos
Quality of Service
dei
Drop Eligible Indicator configuration
<Dei : 0-1>
Specific Drop Eligible Indicator
Default:
0
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Usage Guide:
To configure DEI of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure DEI (1) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos dei 1
4.2.45.86 qos dpl
Command:
qos dpl <Dei : 0-1>
qos
Quality of Service
dpl
Drop precedence level configuration
<Dpl : dpl>
Specific drop precedence level
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure DPL of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure DPL (1) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos dpl 1
4.2.45.87 qos dscp-classify
Command:
qos dscp-classify any | selected | zero
qos
Quality of Service
dscp-classify
DSCP ingress classification
any
Classify to new DSCP always
selected
Classify to new DSCP if classify is enabled for specific DSCP value in global dscp-classify map
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zero
Classify to new DSCP if DSCP is 0
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure DSCP Classify of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure DSCP Classify (Any) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos dscp-classify any
4.2.45.88 qos dscp-remark
Command:
qos dscp-remark remap | rewrite
qos
Quality of Service
dscp-remark
DSCP egress remarking
remap
Rewrite DSCP field using classified DSCP remapped through global dscp-egress-translation map
rewrite
Rewrite DSCP field with classified DSCP value (no translation)
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure DSCP egress remarking of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure DSCP egress remarking (Remap) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos dscp-remark remap
4.2.45.89 qos dscp-translate
Command:
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qos dscp-translate
qos
Quality of Service
dscp-translate
DSCP ingress translation
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure DSCP ingress translation of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure DSCP ingress translation of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos dscp-translate
4.2.45.90 qos map cos-tag
Command:
qos map cos-tag cos <Cos : 0~7> dpl <Dpl : 0~1> pcp <Pcp : 0-7> dei <Dei : 0-1>
qos
Quality of Service
map
QoS Map/Table configuration
cos-tag
cos
Map for cos to tag configuration
Specify class of service
<Cos : 0~7>
dpl
Specify drop precedence level
<Dpl : 0~1>
pcp
Specific drop precedence level or range
Specify PCP (Priority Code Point)
<Pcp : 0-7>
dei
Specific class of service or range
Specific PCP
Specify DEI (Drop Eligible Indicator)
<Dei : 0-1>
Specific DEI
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure (QoS class, DP level) to (PCP, DEI) Mapping of QoS for specific interface
Example:
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To configure (QoS class, DP level) to (PCP, DEI) Mapping of QoS as below table for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos map cos-tag cos 1 dpl 1 pcp 6 dei 0
4.2.45.91 qos map tag-cos
Command:
qos map tag-cos pcp <Pcp : 0-7> dei <Dei : 0-1> cos <Cos : 0~7> dpl <Dpl : 0~1>
qos
Quality of Service
map
QoS Map/Table configuration
tag-cos
Map for tag to cos configuration
pcp
Specify PCP (Priority Code Point)
<Pcp : 0-7>
dei
Specify DEI (Drop Eligible Indicator)
<Dei : 0-1>
cos
Specific DEI
Specify class of service
<Cos : 0~7>
dpl
Specific PCP
Specific class of service or range
Specify drop precedence level
<Dpl : 0~1>
Specific drop precedence level or range
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure (PCP, DEI) to (QoS class, DP level) Mapping of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure (PCP, DEI) to (QoS class, DP level) Mapping of QoS as below table for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos map tag-cos pcp 4 dei 0 cos 5 dpl 1
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4.2.45.92 qos pcp
Command:
qos pcp <Pcp : 0-7>
qos
Quality of Service
pcp
Priority Code Point configuration
<Pcp : 0-7>
Specific Priority Code Point
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure PCP of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure PCP (6) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos pcp 6
4.2.45.93 qos policer
Command:
qos policer <Rate : 100-13200000>
qos
Quality of Service
policer
Policer configuration
<Rate : 100-13200000>
Policer rate (default kbps)
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure Ingress Port Policers Rate of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure Ingress Port Policers Rate (9999 Kbps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos policer 9999
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4.2.45.94 qos queue-policer queue
Command:
qos queue-policer queue <Queue : 0~7> <Rate : 100-13200000>
qos
Quality of Service
queue-policer
Queue policer configuration
queue
Specify queue
<Queue : 0~7>
Specific queue or range
<Rate : 100-13200000>
Policer rate in kbps
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure Ingress Queue Policers Rate of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure Ingress Queue (4) Policers Rate (9999 Kbps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos queue-policer queue 4 9999
4.2.45.95 qos queue-shaper queue
Command:
qos queue-shaper queue <Queue : 0~7> <Rate : 100-13200000>
qos
Quality of Service
queue-shaper
Queue shaper configuration
queue
Specify queue
<Queue : 0~7>
Specific queue or range
<Rate : 100-13200000>
Policer rate in kbps
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure Egress Queue Shapers Rate of QoS for specific interface
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Example:
To configure Egress Queue (4) Shapers Rate (9999 Kbps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos queue-shaper queue 4 9999
4.2.45.96 qos shaper
Command:
qos shaper <Rate : 100-13200000>
qos
Quality of Service
shaper
Shaper configuration
<Rate : 100-13200000>
Shaper rate in kbps
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure Egress Port Shapers Rate of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure Egress Port (4) Shapers Rate (9999 Kbps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos queue-shaper queue 4 9999
4.2.45.97 qos storm broadcast
Command:
qos storm broadcast <Rate : 100-13200000> [fps]
qos
Quality of Service
storm
Storm policer
broadcast
Police broadcast frames
<Rate : 100-13200000>
fps
Policer rate (default kbps)
Rate is fps
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Default:
500
Usage Guide:
To configure Broadcast Frames Storm Control Rate of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure Broadcast Frames Storm Control Rate (999 fps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos storm broadcast 999 fps
4.2.45.98 qos storm unicast
Command:
qos storm unicast <Rate : 100-13200000> [fps]
qos
Quality of Service
storm
Storm policer
unicast
Police unicast frames
<Rate : 100-13200000>
fps
Policer rate (default kbps)
Rate is fps
Default:
500
Usage Guide:
To configure Unicast Frames Storm Control Rate of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure Unicast Frames Storm Control Rate (999 Kbps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos storm unicast 999
4.2.45.99 qos storm unknown
Command:
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qos storm unknown <Rate : 100-13200000> [fps]
qos
Quality of Service
storm
Storm policer
unknown
Police unknown (flooded) frames
<Rate : 100-13200000>
fps
Policer rate (default kbps)
Rate is fps
Default:
500
Usage Guide:
To configure Unknown Frames Storm Control Rate of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To configure Unknown Frames Storm Control Rate (999 fps) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos storm unicast 999 fps
4.2.45.100 qos tag-remark
Command:
qos tag-remark pcp <Pcp : 0-7> dei <Dei : 0-1>
qos
Quality of Service
tag-remark
Tag remarking configuration
pcp
Specify default PCP
<Pcp : 0-7>
dei
Specific PCP
Specify default DEI
<Dei : 0-1>
Specific DEI
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To enable Tag-remark default mode of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To enable Tag-remark default mode (PCP:1 , DEI:1) of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch (config-if) # qos tag-remark pcp 1 dei 1
4.2.45.101 qos tag-remark mapped
Command:
qos tag-remark mapped
qos
Quality of Service
tag-remark
Tag remarking configuration
mapped
Used mapped values (cos,dpl -> pcp,dei)
Default:
Classified
Usage Guide:
To enable Tag-remark mapped mode of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To enable Tag-remark mapped mode of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos tag-remark mapped
4.2.45.102 qos trust dscp
Command:
qos trust dscp
qos
Quality of Service
trust
Trust configuration
dscp
DSCP value
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable DSCP Classification of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To enable DSCP Classification of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos trust dscp
4.2.45.103 qos trust tag
Command:
qos trust tag
qos
Quality of Service
trust
Trust configuration
tag
VLAN tag
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable VLAN tag Classification of QoS for specific interface
Example:
To enable VLAN tag Classification of QoS for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # qos trust tag
4.2.45.104 rmon collection history
Command:
rmon collection history <1-65535> buckets <1-65535> interval <1-3600>
rmon
Configure Remote Monitoring on an interface
collection
Configure Remote Monitoring Collection on an interface
history
buckets
interval
Configure history
Requested buckets of intervals. Default is 50 buckets
Interval to sample data for each bucket. Default is 1800 seconds
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
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To configure RMON History Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To configure RMON History Configuration as below table for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # rmon collection history 1 buckets 5 interval 3
4.2.45.105 rmon collection stats
Command:
rmon collection stats <1-65535>
rmon
Configure Remote Monitoring on an interface
collection
Configure Remote Monitoring Collection on an interface
stats
Configure statistics
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure RMON Statistics Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To configure RMON Statistics Configuration (2) as below table for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # rmon collection stats 2
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4.2.45.106 shutdown
Command:
shutdown
shutdown
Shutdown of the interface.
Default:
No shutdown
Usage Guide:
To shut down specific interface
Example:
To shut down GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # shutdown
4.2.45.107 spanning-tree
Command:
spanning-tree
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable STP for specific interface
Example:
To enable STP for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree
4.2.45.108 spanning-tree auto-edge
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Command:
spanning-tree auto-edge
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
auto-edge
Auto detects edge status
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Auto Edge of CIST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To enable Auto Edge of CIST Normal Port Configuration for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree auto-edge
4.2.45.109 spanning-tree bpdu-guard
Command:
spanning-tree bpdu-guard
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
auto-edge
Auto detects edge status
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable BPDU Guard of CIST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To enable BPDU Guard of CIST Normal Port Configuration for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree bpdu-guard
4.2.45.110 spanning-tree edge
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Command:
spanning-tree edge
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
edge
Edge port
Default:
Non-Edge
Usage Guide:
To enable edge port of CIST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To enable edge port of CIST Normal Port Configuration for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree edge
4.2.45.111 spanning-tree link-type
Command:
spanning-tree link-type auto | point-to-point | shared
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
link-type
Port link-type
auto
Auto detect
point-to-point
shared
Forced to point-to-point
Forced to Shared
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure point to point mode of CIST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To enable point to point mode (shared) of CIST Normal Port Configuration for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree edge
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4.2.45.112 spanning-tree mst <Instance : 0-7> cost
Command:
spanning-tree mst <Instance : 0-7> cost <Cost : 1-200000000> | auto
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
mst
STP bridge instance
<Instance : 0-7>
instance
cost
0-7 (CIST=0, MST2=1...)
STP Cost of this port
<Cost : 1-200000000>
Cost range
auto
Use auto cost
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure Path Cost of CIST / MST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To enable Path Cost (100) of CIST / MST Normal Port Configuration (CIST) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree mst 0 cost 100
4.2.45.113 spanning-tree mst <Instance : 0-7> cost
Command:
spanning-tree mst <Instance : 0-7> port-priority <Prio : 0-240>
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
mst
STP bridge instance
<Instance : 0-7>
instance
port-priority
0-7 (CIST=0, MST2=1...)
STP priority of this port
<Prio : 0-240>
Range (lower higher priority)
auto
Use auto cost
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure Path Cost of CIST / MST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
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To enable Path Cost (32) of CIST / MST Normal Port Configuration (CIST) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree mst 0 port-priority 32
4.2.45.114 spanning-tree restricted-role
Command:
spanning-tree restricted-role
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
restricted-role
Port role is restricted (never root port)
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Restricted-role of CIST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
To enable Restricted-role of CIST Normal Port Configuration for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree restricted-role
4.2.45.115 spanning-tree restricted-tcn
Command:
spanning-tree restricted-tcn
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
restricted-tcn
Restrict topology change notifications
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Restrict topology change notifications of CIST Normal Port Configuration for specific interface
Example:
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To enable Restrict topology change notifications of CIST Normal Port Configuration for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # spanning-tree restricted-tcn
4.2.45.116 speed
Command:
speed [10 | 100 | 1000 | 10g | auto]
speed
Configures interface speed. If you use 10, 100, or 1000 keywords with the auto keyword the port will only
advertise the specified speeds.
10
10Mbps
100
100Mbps
1000
1Gbps
10g
10Gbps
auto
Auto negotiation
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure line speed for specific interface
Example:
To configure line speed (1Gbps) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # speed 1000
4.2.45.117 switchport access vlan
Command:
switchport access vlan <vlan_id>
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
access
Set access mode characteristics of the interface
vlan
Set VLAN when interface is in access mode
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<vlan_id>
VLAN ID of the VLAN when this port is in access mode
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To configure access VLAN ID for specific interface
Example:
To configure access VLAN ID (5) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport access vlan 5
4.2.45.118 switchport forbidden vlan add
Command:
switchport forbidden vlan add <vlan_list>
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
forbidden
Adds or removes forbidden VLANs from the current list of forbidden VLANs
vlan
Add or modify VLAN entry in forbidden table.
add
Add to existing list.
<vlan_list>
VLAN IDs
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To add forbidden VLAN ID for specific interface
Example:
To add forbidden VLAN ID (5) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport forbidden vlan add 5
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4.2.45.119 switchport forbidden vlan remove
Command:
switchport forbidden vlan remove <vlan_list>
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
forbidden
Adds or removes forbidden VLANs from the current list of forbidden VLANs
vlan
Add or modify VLAN entry in forbidden table.
remove
<vlan_list>
Remove from existing list.
VLAN IDs
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To remove forbidden VLAN ID for specific interface
Example:
To remove forbidden VLAN ID (5) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport forbidden vlan remove 5
4.2.45.120 switchport hybrid acceptable-frame-type
Command:
switchport hybrid acceptable-frame-type all | tagged | untagged
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
hybrid
Change PVID for hybrid port
acceptable-frame-type
all
Set acceptable frame type on a port.
Allow all frames
tagged
Allow only tagged frames
untagged
Allow only untagged frames
Default:
All
Usage Guide:
To configure acceptable-frame-type of Hybrid VLAN for specific interface
Example:
To configure acceptable-frame-type (tagged) of Hybrid VLAN for GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport hybrid acceptable-frame-type tagged
4.2.45.121 switchport hybrid allowed vlan
Command:
switchport hybrid allowed vlan [all | none | add <vlan_list> | remove <vlan_list> |
except <vlan_list>]
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
hybrid
Change PVID for hybrid port
allowed
Set allowed VLAN characteristics when interface is in hybrid mode
<vlan_list>
add
VLAN IDs of the allowed VLANs when this port is in hybrid mode
Add VLANs to the current list
all
All VLANs
except
All VLANs except the following
none
No VLANs
remove
Remove VLANs from the current list
Default:
All
Usage Guide:
To configure VLAN list of Hybrid VLAN for specific interface
Example:
To configure VLAN list (None) of Hybrid VLAN for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport hybrid allowed vlan none
4.2.45.122 switchport hybrid egress-tag
Command:
switchport hybrid egress-tag [none | all | all except-native]
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
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hybrid
Change PVID for hybrid port
egress-tag
all
Egress VLAN tagging configuration
Tag all frames
none
No egress tagging
except-native
Tag all frames except frames classified to native VLAN of the hybrid port
Default:
Untagged Port VLAN
Usage Guide:
To configure Egress Tagging VLAN mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure Egress Tagging VLAN mode (None) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport hybrid egress-tag none
4.2.45.123 switchport hybrid ingress-filtering
Command:
switchport hybrid ingress-filtering
switchport
hybrid
Switching mode characteristics
Change PVID for hybrid port
ingress-filtering
VLAN Ingress filter configuration
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Ingress-filtering with Hybrid VLAN mode for specific interface
Example:
To enable Ingress-filtering with Hybrid VLAN mode for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport hybrid ingress-filtering
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4.2.45.124 switchport hybrid native vlan
Command:
switchport hybrid native vlan <vlan_id>
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
hybrid
Change PVID for hybrid port
native
Set native VLAN
vlan
Set native VLAN when interface is in hybrid mode
<vlan_id>
VLAN ID of the native VLAN when this port is in hybrid mode
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To configure PVID in Hybrid VLAN mode for specific interface
Example:
To enable PVID (5) in Hybrid VLAN mode for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport hybrid native vlan 5
4.2.45.125 switchport hybrid port-type
Command:
switchport hybrid port-type c-port | s-custom-port | s-port | unaware
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
hybrid
Change PVID for hybrid port
port-type
Set port type
c-port
Customer port
s-custom-port
Custom Provider port
s-port
Provider port
unaware
Port in not aware of VLAN tags.
Default:
C-port
Usage Guide:
To configure Port type in Hybrid VLAN mode for specific interface
Example:
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport hybrid port-type unaware
4.2.45.126 switchport mode
Command:
switchport mode c-port | s-custom-port | s-port | unaware
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
mode
Set mode of the interface
port-type
Set port type
c-port
Customer port
s-custom-port
Custom Provider port
s-port
Provider port
unaware
Port in not aware of VLAN tags.
Default:
unaware
Usage Guide:
To configure VLAN mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure VLAN mode (trunk) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport mode trunk
4.2.45.127 switchport vlan ip-subnet
Command:
switchport vlan ip-subnet id <1-128> <ipv4_subnet> vlan <vlan_id>
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
vlan
VLAN commands
ip-subnet
VCL IP Subnet-based VLAN configuration.
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id keyword
<1-128>
Unique VCE ID for each VCL entry (1-128)
<ipv4_subnet>
vlan
Source IP address and mask (Format:
xx.xx.xx.xx/mm.mm.mm.mm).
vlan keyword
<vlan_id>
VLAN ID required for the group to VLAN mapping (Range: 1-4095)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure IP Subnet-based VLAN for specific interface
Example:
To configure IP Subnet-based VLAN as below table for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport vlan ip-subnet id 1 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0 vlan 5
4.2.45.128 switchport vlan mac
Command:
switchport vlan mac <mac_ucast> vlan <vlan_id>
switchport
vlan
VLAN commands
mac
MAC-based VLAN commands
<mac_ucast>
vlan
Switching mode characteristics
48 bit unicast MAC address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
vlan keyword
<vlan_id>
VLAN ID required for the group to VLAN mapping (Range: 1-4095)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure MAC-based VLAN for specific interface
Example:
To configure MAC-based VLAN as below table for GigabitEthernet X/X
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Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport vlan mac 00:55:44:33:22:11 vlan 5
4.2.45.129 switchport vlan mapping
Command:
switchport vlan mapping <group id : 1-29>
switchport
vlan
Switching mode characteristics
VLAN commands
mapping
Maps an interface to a VLAN translation group.
<group id : 1-29>
Group id
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Group mapping Table for specific interface
Example:
To configure Group mapping (Group 25) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport vlan mapping 25
4.2.45.130 switchport vlan protocol group
Command:
switchport vlan protocol group <word16> vlan <vlan_id>
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
vlan
VLAN commands
protocol
Protocol-based VLAN commands
group
Protocol-based VLAN group commands
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vlan
Group Name (Range: 1 - 16 characters)
vlan keyword
<vlan_id>
VLAN ID required for the group to VLAN mapping (Range: 1-4095)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure VLAN protocol group for specific interface
Example:
To configure VLAN protocol group as tabled below for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport vlan protocol group 8081 vlan 5
4.2.45.131 switchport voice vlan discovery-protocol
Command:
switchport voice vlan discovery-protocol both | lldp | oui
switchport
voice
vlan
Switching mode characteristics
Voice appliance attributes
Vlan for voice traffic
discovery-protocol
both
Set Voice VLAN port discovery protocol
Detect telephony device by OUI address and LLDP
lldp
Detect telephony device by LLDP
oui
Detect telephony device by OUI address
Default:
OUI
Usage Guide:
To configure Discovery-protocol in the Voice VLAN for specific interface
Example:
To configure Discovery-protocol (LLDP) in the Voice VLAN for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
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4.2.45.132 switchport voice vlan mode
Command:
switchport voice vlan mode auto | disable | force
switchport
voice
Switching mode characteristics
Voice appliance attributes
vlan
Vlan for voice traffic
mode
Set Voice VLAN port mode
auto
Enable auto detect mode
disable
disjoin Voice VLAN
force
Force to join Voice VLAN
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure Voice VLAN mode for specific interface
Example:
To configure Voice VLAN mode (Auto) for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport voice vlan mode auto
4.2.45.133 switchport voice vlan security
Command:
switchport voice vlan security
switchport
Switching mode characteristics
voice
Voice appliance attributes
vlan
security
Vlan for voice traffic
Enable Voice VLAN port security mode
Default:
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Usage Guide:
To enable Voice VLAN security for specific interface
Example:
To enable Voice VLAN security for GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface GigabitEthernet X/X
Switch (config-if) # switchport voice vlan security
4.2.46 interface vlan
Command:
interface vlan <vlan_list>
vlan
VLAN interface configurations
<vlan_list>
List of VLAN interface numbers, 1~4095
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enter the VLAN interface mode.
Example:
To enter the VLAN 1 interface mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan 1
Switch (config-if-vlan)#
4.2.46.1 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands in config mode
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To run exec commands in configure terminal mode
Example:
To run “show aaa” in configure terminal mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# do show aaa
console : local
telnet
: local
ssh
: local
http
: local
4.2.46.2 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# end
Switch#
4.2.46.3 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# exit
Switch (config)#
4.2.46.4 ip address
Command:
ip address <ipv4_addr> <ipv4_netmask>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
address
Address configuraton
<ipv4_addr>
<ipv4_netmask>
IP address
IP netmask
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure IP address mode for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure IP address mode (192.168.1.10/24) for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip address 192.168.1.10 255.255.255.0
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4.2.46.5 ip address dhcp
Command:
ip address dhcp
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
address
Address configuraton
dhcp
Enable DHCP
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure IP address mode for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure IP address mode (DHCP) for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip address dhcp
4.2.46.6 ip address dhcp fallback
Command:
ip address dhcp fallback <ipv4_addr> <ipv4_netmask>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
address
Address configuraton
dhcp
Enable DHCP
<ipv4_addr>
<ipv4_netmask>
DHCP fallback address
DHCP fallback netmask
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure DHCP fallback IP address for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure DHCP fallback IP address (192.168.1.10/24) for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip address dhcp fallback 192.168.1.10 255.255.255.0
4.2.46.7 ip dhcp server
Command:
ip dhcp server
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
dhcp
Configure DHCP server parameters
server
Enable DHCP server per VLAN
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enable IPv4 DHCP Server for specific VLAN
Example:
To enable IPv4 DHCP Server for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip dhcp server
4.2.46.8 ip igmp snooping
Command:
ip igmp snooping
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
snooping
Internet Group Management Protocol
Snooping IGMP
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To enable IGMP snooping for VLAN X
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Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping
4.2.46.9 ip igmp snooping compatibility
Command:
ip igmp snooping compatibility auto | v1 | v2 | v3
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
compatibility
Interface compatibility
auto
Compatible with IGMPv1/IGMPv2/IGMPv3
v1
Forced IGMPv1
v2
Forced IGMPv2
v3
Forced IGMPv3
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure IGMP snooping version for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure IGMP snooping V2 for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping compatibility v2
4.2.46.10 ip igmp snooping last-member-query-interval
Command:
ip igmp snooping last-member-query-interval <IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
snooping
Internet Group Management Protocol
Snooping IGMP
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<IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
Last Member Query Interval in tenths of seconds
0 - 31744 tenths of seconds
Default:
10
Usage Guide:
To configure Last-member-query-interval of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Last-member-query-interval (100 seconds) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping last-member-query-interval 1000
4.2.46.11 ip igmp snooping priority
Command:
ip igmp snooping priority <CosPriority : 0-7>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
priority
Interface CoS priority
<CosPriority : 0-7>
CoS priority ranges from 0 to 7
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure CoS priority of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure CoS priority (5) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping priority 5
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4.2.46.12 ip igmp snooping querier address
Command:
ip igmp snooping querier address <ipv4_ucast>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
querier
IGMP Querier configuration
address
IGMP Querier address configuration
<ipv4_ucast>
A valid IPv4 unicast address
Default:
0.0.0.0
Usage Guide:
To configure Querier address of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Querier address (192.168.1.15) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping querier address 192.168.1.15
4.2.46.13 ip igmp snooping querier election
Command:
ip igmp snooping querier election
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
querier
IGMP Querier configuration
election
Act as an IGMP Querier to join Querier-Election
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Querier-election of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To enable Querier-election of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping querier election
4.2.46.14 ip igmp snooping query-interval
Command:
ip igmp snooping query-interval <IpmcQi : 1-31744>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
query-interval
<IpmcQi : 1-31744>
Query Interval in seconds
1 - 31744 seconds
Default:
125
Usage Guide:
To configure Querier-interval of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Querier-interval (600 seconds) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping query-interval 600
4.2.46.15 ip igmp snooping query-max-response-time
Command:
ip igmp snooping query-max-response-time <IpmcQi : 1-31744>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
snooping
Internet Group Management Protocol
Snooping IGMP
query-max-response-time
<IpmcQri : 0-31744>
Query Response Interval in tenths of seconds
0 - 31744 tenths of seconds
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Default:
125
Usage Guide:
To configure Querier-interval of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Querier-interval (60 seconds) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping query-max-response-time 600
4.2.46.16 ip igmp snooping robustness-variable
Command:
ip igmp snooping robustness-variable <IpmcRv : 1-255>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
robustness-variable
<IpmcRv : 1-255>
Robustness Variable
Packet loss tolerance count from 1 to 255
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To configure Robustness Variable of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Robustness Variable (88) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping robustness-variable 88
4.2.46.17 ip igmp snooping unsolicited-report-interval
Command:
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ip igmp snooping unsolicited-report-interval <IpmcUri : 0-31744>
ip
Interface Internet Protocol config commands
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
robustness-variable
<IpmcUri : 0-31744>
Robustness Variable
0 - 31744 seconds
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To configure Unsolicited-Report-Interval of IGMP snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Unsolicited-Report-Interval (99 seconds) of IGMP snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ip igmp snooping unsolicited-report-interval 99
4.2.46.18 ipv6 address
Command:
Ipv6 address X:X:X:X::X/<0-128>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
address
Configure the IPv6 address of an interface
X:X:X:X::X/<0-128>
IPv6 prefix x:x::y/z
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure IPv6 address for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure IPv6 address (2001::7788/64) for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 address 2001::7788/64
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4.2.46.19 ipv6 mld snooping
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To enable MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping
4.2.46.20 ipv6 mld snooping compatibility
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping compatibility auto | v1 | v2
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
compatibility
Snooping MLD
Interface compatibility
auto
Compatible with MLDv1/MLDv2
v1
Forced MLDv1
v2
Forced MLDv2
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure MLD snooping version for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure MLD snooping V2 for VLAN X
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping compatibility v2
4.2.46.21 ipv6 mld snooping last-member-query-interval
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping last-member-query-interval <IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
last-member-query-interval
<IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
Last Member Query Interval in tenths of seconds
0 - 31744 tenths of seconds
Default:
10
Usage Guide:
To configure Last-member-query-interval of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Last-member-query-interval (100 seconds) of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping last-member-query-interval 1000
4.2.46.22 ipv6 mld snooping priority
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping priority <CosPriority : 0-7>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
priority
Interface CoS priority
<CosPriority : 0-7>
CoS priority ranges from 0 to 7
Default:
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Usage Guide:
To configure CoS priority of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure CoS priority (5) of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping priority 5
4.2.46.23 ipv6 mld snooping querier election
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping querier election
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
querier
MLD Querier configuration
election
Act as an MLD Querier to join Querier-Election
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Querier-election of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To enable Querier-election of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping querier election
4.2.46.24 ipv6 mld snooping query-interval
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping query-interval <IpmcQi : 1-31744>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
snooping
Multicast Listener Discovery
Snooping MLD
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query-interval
Query Interval in seconds
<IpmcQi : 1-31744>
1 - 31744 seconds
Default:
125
Usage Guide:
To configure Querier-interval of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Querier-interval (600 seconds) of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping query-interval 600
4.2.46.25 ipv6 mld snooping query-max-response-time
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping query-max-response-time <IpmcQi : 1-31744>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
query-max-response-time
<IpmcQri : 0-31744>
Query Response Interval in tenths of seconds
0 - 31744 tenths of seconds
Default:
125
Usage Guide:
To configure Querier-interval of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Querier-interval (60 seconds) of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping query-max-response-time 600
4.2.46.26 ipv6 mld snooping robustness-variable
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Command:
ipv6 mld snooping robustness-variable <IpmcRv : 1-255>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
robustness-variable
<IpmcRv : 1-255>
Robustness Variable
Packet loss tolerance count from 1 to 255
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To configure Robustness Variable of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Robustness Variable (88) of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping robustness-variable 88
4.2.46.27 ipv6 mld snooping unsolicited-report-interval
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping unsolicited-report-interval <IpmcUri : 0-31744>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
robustness-variable
<IpmcUri : 0-31744>
Robustness Variable
0 - 31744 seconds
Default:
1
Usage Guide:
To configure Unsolicited-Report-Interval of MLD snooping for specific VLAN
Example:
To configure Unsolicited-Report-Interval (99 seconds) of MLD snooping for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
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Switch (config-if-vlan)# ipv6 mld snooping unsolicited-report-interval 99
4.2.46.28 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function for specific interface
Example:
To disable the function (ip address dhcp) for VLAN X
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# interface vlan X
Switch (config-if-vlan)# no ip address dhcp
4.2.47 ip arp inspection
Command:
ip arp inspection
ip
Internet Protocol
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enable ARP inspection
Example:
To enable ARP inspection
Switch# configure terminal
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4.2.48 ip arp inspection entry interface
Command:
ip arp inspection entry interface [10GigabitEthernet | GigabitEthernet] <vlan_id>
<mac_ucast> <ipv4_ucast>
ip
Internet Protocol
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
entry
arp inspection entry
interface
arp inspection entry interface config
GigabitEthernet
1 Gigabit Ethernet Port
10GigabitEthernet
10 Gigabit Ethernet Port
<vlan_id>
Select a VLAN id to configure
<mac_ucast>
Select a MAC address to configure
<ipv4_ucast>
Select an IP Address to configure
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure Static ARP Inspection Table.
Example:
To configure Static ARP Inspection Table as below table.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch
(config)#
ip
arp
inspection
entry
interface
00:11:22:33:44:55 192.168.0.18
4.2.49 ip arp inspection translate
Command:
ip arp inspection translate
ip
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arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
translate
ARP inspection
arp inspection translate all entries
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To translate dynamic entries into static ARP inspection table.
Example:
To translate dynamic entries into static ARP inspection table.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip arp inspection translate
ARP Inspection:
Translate 1 dynamic entries into static entries.
4.2.50 ip arp inspection translate interface
Command:
ip arp inspection translate interface [10GigabitEthernet | GigabitEthernet] <vlan_id>
<mac_ucast> <ipv4_ucast>
ip
Internet Protocol
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
translate
arp inspection translate all entries
interface
arp inspection entry interface config
GigabitEthernet
1 Gigabit Ethernet Port
10GigabitEthernet
10 Gigabit Ethernet Port
<vlan_id>
Select a VLAN id to configure
<mac_ucast>
Select a MAC address to configure
<ipv4_ucast>
Select an IP Address to configure
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To translate dynamic entries into static ARP inspection table for specific interface.
Example:
To translate below dynamic entries into static ARP inspection table for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip arp inspection translate interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 1
00:11:22:33:44:55 192.168.0.18
4.2.51 ip arp inspection vlan
Command:
ip arp inspection vlan <vlan_list> logging all | deny | permit
ip
Internet Protocol
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
vlan
arp inspection vlan setting
<vlan_list>
logging
all
arp inspection vlan list
ARP inspection vlan logging mode config
log all entries
deny
log denied entries
permit
log permitted entries
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure VLAN mode of ARP inspection.
Example:
To configure VLAN mode (VLAN 1, Log type: Permit) of ARP inspection.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip arp inspection vlan 1 logging permit
4.2.52 ip dhcp excluded-address
Command:
ip dhcp excluded-address <A.B.C.D>
ip
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
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<A.B.C.D>
Prevent DHCP from assigning certain addresses
Low IP address
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure excluded IP range of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure excluded IP range (192.168.0.100~192.168.0.101) of DHCP Server.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.0.100 192.168.0.101
4.2.53 ip dhcp pool
Command:
ip dhcp pool <WORD>
ip
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
pool
Configure DHCP address pools
<WORD>
Pool name in 32 characters
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To create a DHCP pool.
Example:
To create a DHCP pool (Name: planetbestswitch).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)#
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4.2.53.1 broadcast
Command:
broadcast <A.B.C.D>
broadcast
Broadcast address in use on the client's subnet
<A.B.C.D>
Broadcast IP address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Broadcast IP address (DHCP option 28) of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure Broadcast IP address (192.168.0.66) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# broadcast 192.168.0.66
4.2.53.2 client-identifier fqdn
Command:
client-identifier fqdn <LINE>
client-identifier
fqdn
Client identifier
FQDN type of client identifier
<LINE>
FQDN in 128 characters
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure FQDN of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure FQDN (123) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# client-identifier fqdn 123
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4.2.53.3 client-identifier mac-address
Command:
client-identifier mac-address <MAC>
client-identifier
mac-address
<MAC>
Client identifier
MAC address type of client identifier
MAC address of client
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Bind IP to MAC of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure Bind IP to MAC (00:11:22:33:44:55) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# client-identifier mac-address 00:11:22:33:44:55
4.2.53.4 client-name
Command:
client-name
client-name
Client host name
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Client-name of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure Client-name (555) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# client-name 555
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4.2.53.5 default-router
Command:
default-router <A.B.C.D>
default-router
<A.B.C.D>
Default routers
Router's IP address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Default Gateway of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure Default Gateway (192.168.0.1) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# default-router 192.168.0.1
4.2.53.6 dns-server
Command:
dns-server <A.B.C.D>
dns-server
DNS servers
<A.B.C.D>
Server's IP address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure DNS Server of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure DNS Server (168.95.1.1, 8.8.8.8) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# dns-server 168.95.1.1 8.8.8.8
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4.2.53.7 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands in config mode
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
4.2.53.8 domain-name
Command:
domain-name <word128>
domain-name
<word128>
Domain name
Domain name
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Domain Name of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure Domain Name (planet.com) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
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Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# domain-name planet.com
4.2.53.9 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# end
Switch#
4.2.53.10 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
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Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# exit
Switch (config)#
4.2.53.11 hardware-address
Command:
hardware-address <MAC>
hardware-address
<MAC>
Client hardware address
Client MAC address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure MAC address of DHCP Server while the pool is in the host type.
Example:
To configure MAC address (00:11:22:33:44:55) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch” while the pool is in the host
type.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# hardware-address 00:11:22:33:44:55
4.2.53.12 host
Command:
host <IP: A.B.C.D> <Subnet: A.B.C.D>
host
Client IP address and mask
<IP: A.B.C.D>
Network number
<Subnet: A.B.C.D>
Network mask in dotted-decimal notation, excluding 255.255.255.255
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Host IP address of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure Host IP address (192.168.1.10/24) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# host 192.168.1.10 255.255.255.0
4.2.53.13 lease
Command:
lease <0-365> <0-23> <0-59> | infinite
lease
Address lease time
<0-365>
Days
<0-23>
Hours
<0-59>
Minutes
infinite
Infinite lease
Default:
1 day
Usage Guide:
To configure Lease Time of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure Lease Time (119 minutes) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# lease 0 1 59
4.2.53.14 netbios-name-server
Command:
netbios-name-server <A.B.C.D>
netbios-name-server
<A.B.C.D>
NetBIOS (WINS) name servers
Server's IP address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
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To configure NetBIOS Name Server of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure NetBIOS Name Server (192.168.1.10) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# netbios-name-server 192.168.1.10
4.2.53.15 netbios-node-type
Command:
netbios-node-type b-node | h-node | m-node | p-node
netbios-node-type
NetBIOS node type
b-node
Broadcast node
h-node
Hybrid node
m-node
Mixed node
p-node
Peer-to-peer node
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure NetBIOS node type of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure NetBIOS node type (B-node) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# netbios-node-type b-node
4.2.53.16 netbios-scope
Command:
netbios-scope <LINE>
netbios-scope
<LINE>
NetBIOS scope
Netbios scope identifier, in 128 characters
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure NetBIOS scope of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure NetBIOS scope (planet) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# netbios-scope planet
4.2.53.17 network
Command:
network <IP: A.B.C.D> <Subnet: A.B.C.D>
network
Network number and mask
<IP: A.B.C.D>
Network number
<Subnet: A.B.C.D>
Network mask in dotted-decimal notation, excluding 255.255.255.255
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Network IP address of DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure Network IP address (192.168.1.11/24) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# network 192.168.0.11 255.255.255.0
4.2.53.18 nis-domain-name
Command:
nis-domain-name <word128>
nis-domain-name
<word128>
NIS domain name
Domain name
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure NIS Domain Name of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure NIS Domain Name (planet.com) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# nis-domain-name planet.com
4.2.53.19 nis-server
Command:
nis-server <A.B.C.D>
nis-server
Network information servers
<A.B.C.D>
Server's IP address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure NIS Server of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure NIS Server (1.1.1.1) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# nis-server 1.1.1.1
4.2.53.20 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
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Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (nis-domain-name planet.com) for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# no nis-domain-name planet.com
4.2.53.21 ntp-server
Command:
ntp-server <A.B.C.D>
ntp-server
NTP servers
<A.B.C.D>
Server's IP address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure NTP Server of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure NTP Server (1.1.1.1) of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# ntp-server 1.1.1.1
4.2.53.22 vendor
Command:
vendor class-identifier <”0x “> specific-info <HEX-VALUE>
vendor
Vendor configuration
class-identifier
"<0x >"
Vendor class identifier
Class identifier in 64 characters
specific-info
Vendor specific information
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<HEX-VALUE>
Hex values in 64 octets
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Vendor ID and info of DHCP Server
Example:
To configure Vendor ID and info as below table of DHCP Server for pool “planetbestswitch”
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dhcp pool planetbestswitch
Switch (config-dhcp-pool)# vendor class-identifier "0x8" specific-info 0x8
4.2.54 ip dns proxy
Command:
ip dns proxy
ip
Internet Protocol
dns
Domain Name System
proxy
DNS proxy service
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable DNS proxy.
Example:
To enable DNS proxy.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip dns proxy
4.2.55 ip helper-address
Command:
ip helper-address <Ip : ipv4_ucast>
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ip
Internet Protocol
helper-address
<Ip : ipv4_ucast>
DHCP relay server
IP address of the DHCP relay server
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure IP address of DHCP.
Example:
To configure IP address (1.1.1.1) of DHCP.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip helper-address 1.1.1.1
4.2.56 ip http secure-redirect
Command:
ip http secure-redirect
ip
Internet Protocol
http
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
secure-redirect
Secure HTTP web redirection
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To redirect WebUI from HTTP to HTTPs
Example:
To redirect WebUI from HTTP to HTTPs
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip http secure-redirect
4.2.57 ip http secure-server
Command:
ip http secure-server
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ip
Internet Protocol
http
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
secure-server
Secure HTTP web server
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable HTTPs WebUI.
Example:
To enable HTTPs WebUI.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip http secure-server
4.2.58 ip igmp host-proxy
Command:
ip igmp host-proxy
ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
host-proxy
IGMP proxy configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IGMP Proxy
Example:
To enable IGMP Proxy.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip igmp host-proxy
4.2.59 ip igmp host-proxy leave-proxy
Command:
ip igmp host-proxy leave-proxy
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ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
host-proxy
IGMP proxy configuration
leave-proxy
IGMP proxy for leave configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IGMP leave-proxy
Example:
To enable IGMP leave-proxy.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip igmp host-proxy leave-proxy
4.2.60 ip igmp snooping
Command:
ip igmp snooping
ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IGMP Snooping.
Example:
To enable IGMP Snooping.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip igmp snooping
4.2.61 ip igmp snooping vlan
Command:
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ip igmp snooping vlan <vlan_list>
ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
vlan
IGMP VLAN
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IGMP Snooping for specific VLAN.
Example:
To enable IGMP Snooping for VLAN 1.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip igmp snooping vlan 1
4.2.62 ip igmp ssm-range
Command:
ip igmp ssm-range <ipv4_mcast> <Ipv4PrefixLength : 4-32>
ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
ssm-range
IPv4 address range of Source Specific Multicast
<ipv4_mcast>
Valid IPv4 multicast address
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
<Ipv4PrefixLength : 4-32>
Prefix length ranges from 4 to 32
Default:
232.0.0.0/8
Usage Guide:
To enable SSM Range of IGMP.
Example:
To enable SSM Range (239.239.239.239/32) of IGMP.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip igmp ssm-range 239.239.239.239 32
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4.2.63 ip igmp unknown-flooding
Command:
ip igmp unknown-flooding
ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
unknown-flooding
Flooding unregistered IPv4 multicast traffic
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To flood unregistered IPv4 multicast traffic.
Example:
To flood unregistered IPv4 multicast traffic.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip igmp unknown-flooding
4.2.64 ip name-server
Command:
ip name-server <ipv4_ucast>
ip
Internet Protocol
name-server
Domain Name System
<ipv4_ucast>
A valid IPv4 unicast address
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To configure DNS server IP address.
Example:
To configure DNS server IP address (8.8.8.8).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip name-server 8.8.8.8
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4.2.65 ip name-server dhcp
Command:
ip name-server dhcp
ip
Internet Protocol
name-server
dhcp
Domain Name System
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure DNS IP address via DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure DNS IP address via DHCP Server.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip name-server 8.8.8.8
4.2.66 ip name-server dhcp interface vlan
Command:
ip name-server dhcp interface vlan <vlan_id>
ip
Internet Protocol
name-server
dhcp
vlan
Domain Name System
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
VLAN Interface
<vlan_id>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure DNS IP address via specific VLAN DHCP Server.
Example:
To configure DNS IP address via specific VLAN 5 DHCP Server.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip name-server dhcp interface vlan 5
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4.2.67 ip route
Command:
ip route <ipv4_addr> <ipv4_netmask> <ipv4_gateway>
ip
Internet Protocol
route
Add IP route
<ipv4_addr>
Network
<ipv4_netmask>
Netmask
<ipv4_gateway>
Gateway
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure static route
Example:
To configure static route as below table.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip route 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1
4.2.68 ip routing
Command:
ip routing
ip
Internet Protocol
routing
Enable routing for IPv4 and IPv6
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enable IP routing
Example:
To enable IP routing
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip routing
4.2.69 ip source binding interface
Command:
ip source binding interface 10GigabitEthernet | GigabitEthernet <port_type_id>
<ipv4_ucast> <ipv4_netmask>
ip
Internet Protocol
source
source command
binding
ip source binding
interface
ip source binding entry interface config
<ipv4_ucast>
Select an IP Address to configure
<ipv4_netmask>
Select a subnet mask to configure
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enable Static IP Source Guard Table for specific interface
Example:
To enable Static IP Source Guard Table as below table for GigabitEthernet 1/1
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip source binding interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 1 192.168.0.77
255.255.255.255
4.2.70 ip ssh
Command:
ip ssh
ip
Internet Protocol
ssh
Secure Shell
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enable SSH service
Example:
To enable SSH service
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip ssh
4.2.71 ip verify source
Command:
ip verify source
ip
Internet Protocol
verify
verify command
source
verify source
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IP Source Guard
Example:
To enable IP Source Guard
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip verify source
4.2.72 ip verify source translate
Command:
ip verify source translate
ip
Internet Protocol
verify
verify command
source
verify source
translate
ip verify source translate all entries
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Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To translate dynamic entries to IP Source Guard table
Example:
To translate dynamic entries to IP Source Guard table
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ip verify source translate
4.2.73 ipmc profile
Command:
ipmc profile
ipmc
IPv4/IPv6 multicast configuration
profile
IPMC profile configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable IPMC profile
Example:
To enable IPMC profile
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile
4.2.74 ipmc profile <word16>
Command:
ipmc profile <word16>
ipmc
IPv4/IPv6 multicast configuration
profile
IPMC profile configuration
<word16>
Profile name
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Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enter IPMC profile mode
Example:
To enter IPMC profile mode (planet)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)#
4.2.74.1 default range
Command:
default range <EntryName : word16>
default
Set a command to its defaults
range
A range of IPv4/IPv6 multicast addresses for the profile
<EntryName : word16>
Range entry name
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To default IPMC Profile Rule for specific IPMC Profile
Example:
To default IPMC Profile Rule (Entry 1) for specific IPMC Profile (planet)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)# default range 1
4.2.74.2 description
Command:
description <ProfileDesc : line64>
description
Additional description about the profile
<ProfileDesc : line64>
Description for the designated IPMC filtering profile
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure description for specific IPMC Profile
Example:
To configure description (999) for specific IPMC Profile (planet)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)# description 999
4.2.74.3 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands in config mode
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)# do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
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end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)#end
Switch#
4.2.74.5 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)# exit
Switch (config)#
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no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function.
Example:
To enable the function (description 999).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)# no description 999
4.2.74.7 range
Command:
range <EntryName : word16> deny | permit
description
Additional description about the profile
<EntryName : word16>
Range entry name
deny
Deny matching addresses
permit
Permit matching addresses
Default:
Deny
Usage Guide:
To configure action of entry for specific IPMC Profile
Example:
To configure action (permit) of entry (1) for specific IPMC Profile (planet)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipmc profile planet
Switch (config-ipmc-profile)# range 1 permit
4.2.75 ipv6 mld host-proxy
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Command:
ipv6 mld host-proxy
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
host-proxy
MLD proxy configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MLD Proxy
Example:
To enable MLD Proxy.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 mld host-proxy
4.2.76 ipv6 mld host-proxy leave-proxy
Command:
ipv6 mld host-proxy leave-proxy
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
host-proxy
MLD proxy configuration
leave-proxy
MLD proxy for leave configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MLD leave-proxy
Example:
To enable MLD leave-proxy.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 mld host-proxy leave-proxy
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4.2.77 ipv6 mld snooping
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
Snooping MLD
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MLD Snooping.
Example:
To enable MLD Snooping.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 mld snooping
4.2.78 ipv6 mld snooping vlan
Command:
ipv6 mld snooping vlan <vlan_list>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
vlan
Snooping MLD
MLD VLAN
<vlan_list>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MLD Snooping for specific VLAN.
Example:
To enable MLD Snooping for VLAN 1.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 mld snooping vlan 1
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4.2.79 ipv6 mld ssm-range
Command:
ipv6 mld ssm-range <ipv6_mcast> <Ipv6PrefixLength : 8-128>
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
ssm-range
IPv6 address range of Source Specific Multicast
<ipv6_mcast>
Valid IPv6 multicast address
<Ipv6PrefixLength : 8-128>
Prefix length ranges from 8 to 128
Default:
ff3e:: /96
Usage Guide:
To enable SSM Range of MLD.
Example:
To enable SSM Range (ff3e::7788/128) of MLD.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 mld ssm-range ff3e::7788 128
4.2.80 ipv6 mld unknown-flooding
Command:
ipv6 mld unknown-flooding
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
unknown-flooding
Flooding unregistered IPv6 multicast traffic
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To flood unregistered IPv6 multicast traffic.
Example:
To flood unregistered IPv6 multicast traffic.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 mld unknown-flooding
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4.2.81 ipv6 route
Command:
Ipv6
route
<X:X:X:X::X/<0-128>>
{<X:X:X:X::X>,
interface
<FE80::X:X:X >}
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
route
Add IP route
<X:X:X:X::X/<0-128>>
<X:X:X:X::X>
interface
vlan
IPv6 prefix x:x::y/z
IPv6 unicast address (except link-local address) of next-hop
Select an interface to configure
VLAN Interface
<vlan_id>
VLAN identifier(s): VID
<FE80::X:X:X>
IPv6 link-local address of next-hop
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure static route for IPv6
Example 1:
To configure static route as below table for IPv6.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 route 2001::7788/128 2002::1
Example 2:
To configure static route as below table for IPv6.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ipv6 route 2001::7788/128 interface vlan 1 fe80::1
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4.2.82 lacp system-priority
Command:
lacp system-priority <1-65535>
lacp
LACP settings
system-priority
<1-65535>
System priority
Priority value, lower means higher priority
Default:
32768
Usage Guide:
To configure LACP system-priority.
Example:
To configure LACP system-priority (99).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lacp system-priority 99
4.2.83 line
Command:
line { <0~16> | console 0 | vty <0~15> }
line
Configure a terminal line
<0~16>
List of line numbers
console
Console terminal line
vty
Virtual terminal
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enter line mode
Example:
To enter line mode (vty 1)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)#
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4.2.83.1 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands.
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
4.2.83.2 editing
Command:
editing
editing
Enable command line editing
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To allow user editing command line.
Example:
To allow user editing command line.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
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Switch (config-line)# editing
4.2.83.3 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)#end
Switch#
4.2.83.4 exec-banner
Command:
exec-banner
exec-banner
Enable the display of the EXEC banner
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the display of the EXEC banner
Example:
To enable the display of the EXEC banner
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
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Switch (config-line)# exec-banner
4.2.83.5 exec-timeout
Command:
exec-timeout <0-1440>
exec-timeout
<0-1440>
Set the EXEC timeout
Timeout in minutes
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure EXEC timeout
Example:
To configure EXEC timeout (10 minutes)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# exec-timeout 10
4.2.83.6 exec-timeout
Command:
exec-timeout <0-1440>
exec-timeout
<0-1440>
Set the EXEC timeout
Timeout in minutes
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure EXEC timeout
Example:
To configure EXEC timeout (10 minutes)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
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Switch (config-line)# exec-timeout 10
4.2.83.7 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# exit
Switch (config)#
4.2.83.8 history size
Command:
history size <0-32>
history
size
Control the command history function
Set history buffer size
<0-32>
Number of history commands, 0 means disable
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# history size 1
4.2.83.9 length
Command:
length <0 or 3-512>
length
Set number of lines on a screen
<0 or 3-512>
Number of lines on screen (0 for no pausing)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure displayed lines on a screen.
Example:
To configure displayed lines on a screen.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# length 10
4.2.83.10 location
Command:
location <LINE>
location
Enter terminal location description
<LINE>
One text line describing the terminal's location
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure description of location.
Example:
To configure description (taiwan) of location.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# location taiwan
4.2.83.11 motd-banner
Command:
motd-banner
motd-banner
Enable the display of the MOTD banner
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MOTD banner.
Example:
To enable MOTD banner..
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# motd-banner
4.2.83.12 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (motd-banner) for vty 1
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# no motd-banner
4.2.83.13 privilege level
Command:
privilege level <0-15>
privilege
level
Change privilege level for line
Assign default privilege level for line
<0-15>
Default privilege level for line
Default:
15
Usage Guide:
To configure privilege level
Example:
To configure privilege level (5) for vty 1.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# privilege level 5
4.2.83.14 width
Command:
width <0 or 40-512>
width
<0 or 40-512>
Set width of the display terminal
Number of characters on a screen line (0 for unlimited width)
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure width of the display terminal.
Example:
To configure width (50) of the display terminal for vty 1.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# line vty 1
Switch (config-line)# width 50
4.2.84 lldp holdtime
Command:
lldp holdtime <2-10>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
holdtime
Sets LLDP hold time (The neighbor switch will
discarded the LLDP information after "hold time" multiplied
with "timer" seconds ).
<2-10>
2-10 seconds
Default:
4
Usage Guide:
To enable LLDP hold time
Example:
To enable LLDP hold time (5)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp holdtime 5
4.2.85 lldp med datum
Command:
lldp med datum nad83-mllw | nad83-navd88 | wgs84
lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
datum
Datum (geodetic system) type
nad83-mllw
Mean lower low water datum 1983
nad83-navd88
North American vertical datum 1983
wgs84
World Geodetic System 1984
Default:
WGS84
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Usage Guide:
To configure Datum type of LLDP
Example:
To configure Datum type (nad83-mllw) of LLDP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp med datum nad83-mllw
4.2.86 lldp med fast
Command:
lldp med fast <1-10>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
fast
Number of times to repeat LLDP frame transmission at fast start.
Default:
4
Usage Guide:
To configure frame transmission time of LLDP
Example:
To configure frame transmission time (6) of LLDP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp med fast 6
4.2.87 lldp med location-tlv altitude
Command:
lldp med location-tlv altitude [floors <Meters or floors>] | [meters <Meters or floors>]
lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
location-tlv
altitude
floors
LLDP-MED Location Type Length Value parameter
Altitude parameter
Specify the altitude in floor.
<Meters or floors>
Altitude value.
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meters
Specify the altitude in meters.
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure altitude of LLDP-MED
Example:
To configure altitude (Floors 5) of LLDP-MED
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp med location-tlv altitude floors 5
4.2.88 lldp med location-tlv elin-addr
Command:
lldp med location-tlv elin-addr <ELIN number>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
location-tlv
elin-addr
LLDP-MED Location Type Length Value parameter
Emergency Location Identification Number, (e.g. E911 and others), such as defined by TIA or NENA.
<ELIN number>
ELIN value
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure Emergency Location Identification Number of LLDP-MED
Example:
To configure Emergency Location Identification Number (911) of LLDP-MED
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp med location-tlv elin-addr 911
4.2.89 lldp med location-tlv latitude
Command:
lldp med location-tlv latitude north <Degrees> | south <Degrees>
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lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
location-tlv
LLDP-MED Location Type Length Value parameter
latitude
Latitude parameter
north
Setting latitude direction to north.
south
Setting latitude direction to south
<Degrees>
Latitude degrees (0.0000-90.0000)
Default:
North, 0
Usage Guide:
To configure latitude direction of LLDP-MED
Example:
To configure latitude direction (south, 5) of LLDP-MED
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp med location-tlv latitude south 5
4.2.90 lldp med location-tlv longitude
Command:
lldp med location-tlv longitude east <Degrees> | west <Degrees>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
location-tlv
LLDP-MED Location Type Length Value parameter
longitude
Longitude parameter
east
Setting longitude direction to east.
west
Setting longitude direction to west.
<Degrees>
Longitude degrees (0.0000-180.0000)
Default:
North, 0
Usage Guide:
To configure longitude direction of LLDP-MED
Example:
To configure longitude direction (east, 5) of LLDP-MED
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# lldp med location-tlv longitude east 5
4.2.91 lldp med media-vlan-policy
Command:
lldp med media-vlan-policy <Index : 0-31> {guest-voice | guest-voice-signaling
softphone-voice | streaming-video | video-conferencing | video-signaling | voice |
voice-signaling} {tagged | untagged} <vlan_id> dscp <0-63> l2-priority <0-7>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
med
Media Endpoint Discovery
media-vlan-policy
<Index : 0-31>
Use the media-vlan-policy to create a policy, which can be assigned to an interface.
Policy id for the policy which is created.
guest-voice
Create a guest voice policy.
guest-voice-signaling
Create a guest voice signaling policy.
softphone-voice
Create a softphone voice policy.
streaming-video
Create a streaming video policy.
video-conferencing
Create a video conferencing policy.
video-signaling
Create a video signaling policy.
voice
Create a voice policy.
voice-signaling
Create a voice signaling policy.
tagged
The policy uses tagged frames.
untagged
The policy uses un-tagged frames.
<vlan_id>
The VLAN the policy uses tagged frames.
dscp
Differentiated Services Code Point.
<0-63>
DSCP value 0-63
l2-priority
<0-7>
Layer 2 priority.
Priority 0-7
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure media-VLAN-policy of LLDP-MED
Example:
To configure media-VLAN-policy as below table of LLDP-MED
Switch# configure terminal
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Switch (config)# lldp med media-vlan-policy 1 guest-voice tagged 1 dscp 45 l2-priority
5
4.2.92 lldp reinit
Command:
lldp reinit <1-10>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
reinit
LLDP tx reinitialization delay in seconds
<1-10>
1-10 seconds.
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To configure Tx re-initialization delay time of LLDP
Example:
To configure Tx re-initialization delay time (5) of LLDP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp reinit 5
4.2.93 lldp timer
Command:
lldp timer <5-32768>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
timer
Sets LLDP TX interval (The time between each LLDP frame transmitted in seconds)
<5-32768>
5-32768 seconds.
Default:
30
Usage Guide:
To configure Tx interval time of LLDP
Example:
To configure Tx interval time (555) of LLDP
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp timer 555
4.2.94 lldp transmission-delay
Command:
lldp transmission-delay <1-8192>
lldp
LLDP configurations.
transmission-delay
Sets LLDP transmision-delay.
LLDP transmission delay (the amount of time that the
transmission of LLDP frames will delayed after LLDP configuration has changed) in seconds.)
<1-8192>
1-8192 seconds.
Default:
2
Usage Guide:
To configure Tx transmission-delay time of LLDP
Example:
To configure Tx transmission-delay time (88) of LLDP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# lldp transmission-delay 88
4.2.95 logging host
Command:
logging host <hostname> | <ipv4_ucast>
logging
host
Syslog
host
<hostname>
<ipv4_ucast>
Domain name of the log server
IP address of the log server
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure address of log server
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Example:
To configure address of log server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# logging host 192.168.5.5
4.2.96 logging level
Command:
logging level error | info | warning
logging
level
Syslog
level
error
Error
info
Information
warning
Warning
Default:
Info
Usage Guide:
To configure level of log server
Example:
To configure level of log server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# logging level error
4.2.97 logging on
Command:
logging on
logging
on
Syslog
Enable syslog server
Default:
Disabled
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Usage Guide:
To enable log server
Example:
To enable log server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# logging on
4.2.98 loop-protect
Command:
loop-protect
loop-protect
Loop protection configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Loop Protection
Example:
To enable Loop Protection
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# loop-protect
4.2.99 loop-protect shutdown-time
Command:
loop-protect shutdown-time <0-604800>
loop-protect
Loop protection configuration
shutdown-time
Loop protection shutdown time interval
<0-604800>
Shutdown time in second
Default:
180
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Usage Guide:
To configure shutdown time interval of Loop Protection
Example:
To configure shutdown time interval (888) of Loop Protection
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# loop-protect shutdown-time 888
4.2.100 loop-protect transmit-time
Command:
loop-protect transmit-time <0-10>
loop-protect
transmit-time
<1-10>
Loop protection configuration
Loop protection transmit time interval
Transmit time in second
Default:
5
Usage Guide:
To configure Transmission Time of Loop Protection
Example:
To configure Transmission Time (8) of Loop Protection
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# loop-protect transmit-time 8
4.2.101 mac address-table aging-time
Command:
mac address-table aging-time <0,10-1000000>
mac
MAC table entries/configuration
address-table
<0,10-1000000>
MAC table entries/configuration
Aging time in seconds, 0 disables aging
Default:
300
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Usage Guide:
To configure Aging Time of MAC Address Table
Example:
To configure Aging Time (888) of MAC Address Table
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mac address-table aging-time 888
4.2.102 mac address-table static
Command:
mac address-table static <mac_addr> vlan <vlan_id> interface * | 10GigabitEthernet
<port_type_list> | GigabitEthernet <port_type_list>
mac
MAC table entries/configuration
address-table
static
MAC table entries/configuration
Static MAC address
<mac_addr>
vlan
48 bit MAC address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
VLAN keyword
<vlan_id>
interface
*
VLAN IDs 1-4095
Select an interface to configure
All switches or All ports
GigabitEthernet
1 Gigabit Ethernet Port
10GigabitEthernet
10 Gigabit Ethernet Port
Default:
300
Usage Guide:
To configure Static MAC Address Table
Example:
To configure Static MAC Address Table as below table
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mac address-table static 00:11:22:33:44:55 vlan 1 interface
GigabitEthernet 1/1
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4.2.103 monitor destination
Command:
monitor destination interface 10GigabitEthernet <port_type_list> | GigabitEthernet
<port_type_list>
monitor
Set monitor configuration
destination
The destination port. That is the port that trafficed should be mirrored to
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure Mirroring Port
Example:
To set Mirroring Port (GigabitEthernet 1/2)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# monitor destination interface GigabitEthernet 1/2
4.2.104 monitor source
Command:
monitor source interface * | 10GigabitEthernet <port_type_list> | GigabitEthernet
<port_type_list> { both | rx | tx }
monitor
Set monitor configuration
source
The source port(s). That is the ports to be mirrored to the destination port.
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure Mirrored Port
Example:
To set Mirrored Port (GigabitEthernet 1/1, Tx + Rx)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# monitor source interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 both
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4.2.105 mvr
Command:
mvr
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable MVR
Example:
To enable MVR
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr
4.2.106 mvr name <mvr_name> channel
Command:
mvr name <mvr_name> channel <ProfileName : word16>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
channel
MVR multicast VLAN name
MVR channel configuration
<ProfileName : word16>
Profile name
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure channel interface of MVR profile
Example:
To configure channel interface (1) of MVR profile (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr name 123 channel 1
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4.2.107 mvr name <mvr_name> frame priority
Command:
mvr name <mvr_name> frame priority <CosPriority : 0-7>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
frame
MVR multicast VLAN name
MVR control frame in TX
priority
Interface CoS priority
<CosPriority : 0-7>
CoS priority ranges from 0 to 7
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure frame priority of MVR profile
Example:
To configure frame priority (5) of MVR profile (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr name 123 frame priority 5
4.2.108 mvr name <mvr_name> frame tagged
Command:
mvr name <mvr_name> frame tagged
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
MVR multicast VLAN name
frame
MVR control frame in TX
tagged
Tagged IGMP/MLD frames will be sent
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure frame tagged of MVR profile
Example:
To configure frame tagged (frame tagged) of MVR profile (123)
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr name 123 frame tagged
4.2.109 mvr name <mvr_name> igmp-address
Command:
mvr name <mvr_name> igmp-address <ipv4_ucast>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
MVR multicast VLAN name
igmp-address
MVR address configuration used in IGMP
<ipv4_ucast>
A valid IPv4 unicast address
Default:
0.0.0.0
Usage Guide:
To configure the MVR address of MVR profile
Example:
To configure the MVR address (192.168.0.55) of MVR profile (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr name 123 igmp-address 192.168.0.55
4.2.110 mvr name <mvr_name> last-member-query-interval
Command:
mvr name <mvr_name> last-member-query-interval <IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
MVR multicast VLAN name
last-member-query-interval
<IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
Last Member Query Interval in tenths of seconds
0 - 31744 tenths of seconds
Default:
5
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Usage Guide:
To configure the Last Member Query Interval of MVR profile
Example:
To configure the Last Member Query Interval (50 seconds) of MVR profile (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr name 123 last-member-query-interval 500
4.2.111 mvr name <mvr_name> mode
Command:
mvr name <mvr_name> mode { compatible | dynamic }
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
MVR multicast name
<MvrName : word16>
mode
MVR multicast VLAN name
MVR mode of operation
compatible
dynamic
Compatible MVR operation mode
Dynamic MVR operation mode
Default:
Dynamic
Usage Guide:
To configure the mode of MVR profile
Example:
To configure the mode (compatible) of MVR profile (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr name 123 mode compatible
4.2.112 mvr vlan <vlan_list>
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
MVR multicast VLAN list
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To create a profile of MVR VLAN
Example:
To create a profile of MVR VLAN (5)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 5
4.2.113 mvr vlan <vlan_list> channel
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> channel <ProfileName : word16>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
channel
MVR multicast VLAN list
MVR channel configuration
<ProfileName : word16>
Profile name
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure the channel of MVR profile
Example:
To configure the channel (1) of MVR VLAN (5)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 5 channel 1
4.2.114 mvr vlan <vlan_list> frame priority
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> frame priority <CosPriority : 0-7>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
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<vlan_list>
MVR multicast VLAN list
frame
MVR control frame in TX
priority
Interface CoS priority
<CosPriority : 0-7>
CoS priority ranges from 0 to 7
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure the frame priority of MVR VLAN
Example:
To configure the frame priority (5) of MVR VLAN (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 123 frame priority 5
4.2.115 mvr vlan <vlan_list> tagged
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> tagged
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
tagged
MVR multicast VLAN list
Tagged IGMP/MLD frames will be sent
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the IGMP/MLD frame tagged of MVR VLAN
Example:
To enable the IGMP/MLD frame tagged of MVR VLAN (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 123 tagged
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4.2.116 mvr vlan <vlan_list> igmp-address
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> igmp-address <ipv4_ucast>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
igmp-address
<ipv4_ucast>
MVR multicast VLAN list
MVR address configuration used in IGMP
A valid IPv4 unicast address
Default:
0.0.0.0
Usage Guide:
To configure the MVR address of MVR VLAN
Example:
To configure the MVR address (192.168.0.55) of of MVR VLAN (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 123 igmp-address 192.168.0.55
4.2.117 mvr vlan <vlan_list> last-member-query-interval
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> last-member-query-interval <IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
MVR multicast VLAN list
last-member-query-interval
<IpmcLmqi : 0-31744>
Last Member Query Interval in tenths of seconds
0 - 31744 tenths of seconds
Default:
5
Usage Guide:
To configure the Last Member Query Interval of MVR VLAN
Example:
To configure the Last Member Query Interval (50 seconds) of MVR VLAN (123)
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 123 last-member-query-interval 500
4.2.118 mvr vlan <vlan_list> mode
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> mode [ compatible | dynamic ]
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
mode
MVR multicast VLAN list
MVR mode of operation
compatible
dynamic
Compatible MVR operation mode
Dynamic MVR operation mode
Default:
Dynamic
Usage Guide:
To configure the mode of MVR VLAN
Example:
To configure the mode (compatible) of MVR VLAN (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 123 mode compatible
4.2.119 mvr vlan <vlan_list> name
Command:
mvr vlan <vlan_list> name
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
vlan
MVR multicast vlan
<vlan_list>
name
MVR multicast VLAN list
MVR multicast name
Default:
None
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Usage Guide:
To configure profile name of MVR VLAN
Example:
To configure profile name (6) of MVR VLAN (5)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# mvr vlan 5 name 6
4.2.120 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (loop-protect)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# no loop-protect
4.2.121 ntp
Command:
ntp
ntp
Configure NTP
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the NTP service
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Example:
To enable the NTP service
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ntp
4.2.122 ntp server
Command:
ntp server <1-5> ip-address { <ipv4_var> | <ipv6_var> | <name_var> }
ntp
Configure NTP
server
Configure NTP server
<1-5>
index number
<hostname>
domain name
<ipv4_ucast>
ipv4 address
<ipv6_ucast>
ipv6 address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the IP addresses of NTP Server
Example:
To configure the IP address (9.9.9.9) of NTP Server for index 1
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# ntp server 1 ip-address 9.9.9.9
4.2.123 poe admin-mode enable
Command:
poe admin-mode enable
poe
Power Over Ethernet
admin-mode
enable
Enable or disable global PoE management function.
poe admin-mode enable
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Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable System PoE Admin Mode.
Example:
To enable System PoE Admin Mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe admin-mode enable
4.2.124 poe management mode
Command:
poe
management
mode
allocation-consumption
|
{
class-consumption
|
allocation-reserved-power
class-reserved-power
|
|
|
lldp-consumption
lldp-reserved-power }
poe
Power Over Ethernet
management
mode
Use management mode to configure PoE power management method.
mode
allocation-consumption
Max. port power determined by allocated, and power is managed according to power
consumption.
allocation-reserved-power
class-consumption
class-reserved-power
lldp-consumption
Max. port power determined by alocated, and is managed according to reserved power.
Max. port power determined by class, and power is managed according to power consumption.
Max. port power determined by class, and power managed according to reserved power.
Max. port power determined by LLDP Media protocol, and power is managed according to
consumption.
lldp-reserved-power
Max. port power determined by LLDP Media protocol, and power is managed according to
reserved power.
Default:
Allocation-consumption
Usage Guide:
To configure PoE Management Mode.
Example:
To configure PoE Management Mode as LLDP-consumption mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe management mode lldp-consumption
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4.2.125 poe sequential enable
Command:
poe sequential enable
poe
Power Over Ethernet
sequential
enable
PoE sequential is to delay power feeding when the switch is completely booted.
poe sequential enable
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable Sequential Power up Option.
Example:
To enable Sequential Power up Option.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe sequential enable
4.2.126 poe sequential interval
Command:
poe sequential interval <1-30>
poe
Power Over Ethernet
sequential
interval
<1-30>
PoE sequential is to delay power feeding when the switch is completely booted.
Set how long system should feeding power to next PoE interface <1-30>
poe sequential enable
Default:
5
Usage Guide:
To configure Sequential Power up Interval.
Example:
To configure Sequential Power up Interval (30 seconds per port).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe sequential interval 30
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4.2.127 poe sequential rule
Command:
poe sequential rule { port | priority }
poe
Power Over Ethernet
sequential rule
port
PoE sequential is to delay power feeding when the switch is completely booted.
System sequential feeding power the PoE interfaces based port number.
priority
Use priority command to configure sequential feeding power to PoE interfaces based on port PoE priority.
Default:
Port
Usage Guide:
To configure Sequential Power up Port Option.
Example:
To configure Sequential Power up Port Option (Priority).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe sequential rule priority
4.2.128 poe supply
Command:
poe supply <1-XXX>
poe
Power Over Ethernet
supply
Use poe supply to specify the maximum power the power supply can deliver.
<1-XXX>
Maximum power the power supply can deliver.
Default:
Maximum
Usage Guide:
To configure Power Supply Budget.
Example:
To configure Power Supply Budget (200 watts).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe supply 200
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4.2.129 poe temperature-protection enable
Command:
poe temperature-protection enable
poe
Power Over Ethernet
temperature-protection
enable
Configure PoE over temperature protection to enable or disable.
poe temperature-protection enable
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable PoE Temperature Protection.
Example:
To enable PoE Temperature Protection.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe temperature-protection enable
4.2.130 poe temperature-threshold
Command:
poe temperature-threshold <0-100>
poe
Power Over Ethernet
temperature-threshold
<0-100>
Set a lower high temperature threshold for the secondary temperature alarm in degrees C.
Specifies the new threshold temperature.
Default:
80
Usage Guide:
To enable PoE Temperature Protection.
Example:
To enable PoE Temperature Protection (70 degrees C).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe temperature-threshold 70
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4.2.131 poe usage-threshold
Command:
poe usage-threshold <1-99>
poe
Power Over Ethernet
usage-threshold
The poe usage-threshold command sets a percentage threshold above which the system sends a
log or SNMP trap.<1-99>: The -threshold percentage configured with this command.
<1-99>
The usage-threshold percentage configured with this command.
Default:
85
Usage Guide:
To configure PoE Usage Threshold.
Example:
To configure PoE Usage Threshold (90 %).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe usage-threshold 90
4.2.132 poe-time-range
Command:
poe-time-range {profile1 | profile2 | profile3 | profile4}
poe-time-range
Used to create PoE time-range for the switch and enter
Create Configuration Mode.
profile1
The PoE time-range profile name, ranging from Profile 1
profile2
The PoE time-range profile name, ranging from Profile 2
profile3
The PoE time-range profile name, ranging from Profile 3
profile4
The PoE time-range profile name, ranging from Profile 4
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To enter PoE time-range profile mode.
Example:
To enter PoE time-range profile 1 mode
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)#
4.2.132.1 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)#do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
4.2.132.2 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
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Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)#end
Switch#
4.2.132.3 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)#exit
Switch (config)#
4.2.132.4 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function.
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Example:
To enable the function (description 999).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)#no description 999
4.2.132.5 periodic
Command:
periodic { Mon | Tue | Wed | Thu | Fri | Sat | Sun } <start_h> <start_m> to <end_h>
<end_m> [ reboot <reboot_h> <reboot_m> ]
periodic
Fri
To create a periodic mode time-range for the PoE time-range of the switch.
Periodic Mode, with Friday.
Mon
Periodic Mode, with Monday.
Sat
Periodic Mode, with Saturday.
Sun
Periodic Mode, with Sunday.
Thu
Periodic Mode, with Thursday.
Tue
Periodic Mode, with Tuesday.
Wed
Periodic Mode, with Wednesday.
< start_h: 0-23>
<0-23> start hour
< start_m: 0-59>
<0-59> start minute
to
start to end
< end_h: 0-23>
<0-23> end hour
< end_m: 0-59>
<0-59> end minute
reboot
Enable reboot function
< reboot_h: 0-23>
<0-23> reboot hour
< reboot_m:0-59>
<0-59> reboot minute
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure the Power Over Ethernet Schedule for specific profile.
Example:
To configure the Power Over Ethernet Schedule (below table) for specific profile 1.
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)# periodic Mon 11 59 to 22 50 reboot 11 44
4.2.132.6 reboot-only
Command:
reboot-only { Mon | Tue | Wed | Thu | Fri | Sat | Sun } <reboot_h> <reboot_m>
reboot-only
Fri
To create a periodic mode time-range for the PoE time-range of the switch.
Periodic Mode, with Friday.
Mon
Periodic Mode, with Monday.
Sat
Periodic Mode, with Saturday.
Sun
Periodic Mode, with Sunday.
Thu
Periodic Mode, with Thursday.
Tue
Periodic Mode, with Tuesday.
Wed
Periodic Mode, with Wednesday.
< reboot_h: 0-23>
<0-23> reboot hour
< reboot_m:0-59>
<0-59> reboot minute
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure the Power Over Ethernet Reboot Schedule for specific profile.
Example:
To configure the Power Over Ethernet Reboot Schedule (below table) for specific profile.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# poe-time-range profile1
Switch (config-poe-time-range)# reboot Mon 0 0
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4.2.133 port-security
Command:
port-security
port-security
Enable/disable port security globally
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the Port Security
Example:
To enable the Port Security
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# port-security
4.2.134 port-security aging
Command:
port-security aging
port-security
aging
Enable/disable port security globally
Enable/disable port security aging
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the Port Aging
Example:
To enable the Port Aging
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# port-security port-security aging
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4.2.135 port-security aging time
Command:
port-security aging time <10-10000000>
port-security
aging
Enable/disable port security globally
Enable/disable port security aging
time
Time in seconds between check for activity on learned MAC addresses
<10-10000000>
seconds
Default:
3600
Usage Guide:
To configure the Aging Period of Port Security
Example:
To configure the Aging Period (159) of Port Security
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# port-security aging time 159
4.2.136 privilege
Command:
privilege { exec | configure | config-vlan | line | interface | if-vlan | ipmc-profile |
snmps-host | stp-aggr | dhcp-pool | rfc2544-profile } level <privilege> <cmd>
privilege
Command privilege parameters
config-vlan
VLAN Configuration Mode
configure
Global configuration mode
dhcp-pool
DHCP Pool Configuration Mode
exec
Exec mode
if-vlan
VLAN Interface Mode
interface
Port List Interface Mode
ipmc-profile
IPMC Profile Mode
line
Line configuration mode
rfc2544-profile
RFC2544 Profile Mode
snmps-host
SNMP Server Host Mode
stp-aggr
STP Aggregation Mode
level
<0-15>
Set privilege level of command
Privilege level
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<cmd>
Initial valid words and literals of the command to modify
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Privilege Level for Command Line
Example:
To configure the Privilege Level (DHCP Pool mode, Level 12, Command: host) for Command Line
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# privilege dhcp-pool level 12 host
4.2.137 qos map cos-dscp
Command:
qos map cos-dscp <cos> dpl <dpl> dscp { <dscp_num> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21
| af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7
| ef | va } }
qos
Quality of Service
map
Global QoS Map/Table
cos-dscp
Map for cos to dscp
<Cos : 0~7>
dscp
Specific class of service or range
Specify DSCP
<DscpNum : 0-63>
Specific DSCP
af11
Assured Forwarding PHB AF11(DSCP 10)
af12
Assured Forwarding PHB AF12(DSCP 12)
af13
Assured Forwarding PHB AF13(DSCP 14)
af21
Assured Forwarding PHB AF21(DSCP 18)
af22
Assured Forwarding PHB AF22(DSCP 20)
af23
Assured Forwarding PHB AF23(DSCP 22)
af31
Assured Forwarding PHB AF31(DSCP 26)
af32
Assured Forwarding PHB AF32(DSCP 28)
af33
Assured Forwarding PHB AF33(DSCP 30)
af41
Assured Forwarding PHB AF41(DSCP 34)
af42
Assured Forwarding PHB AF42(DSCP 36)
af43
Assured Forwarding PHB AF43(DSCP 38)
be
Default PHB(DSCP 0) for best effort traffic
cs1
Class Selector PHB CS1 precedence 1(DSCP 8)
cs2
Class Selector PHB CS2 precedence 2(DSCP 16)
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cs3
Class Selector PHB CS3 precedence 3(DSCP 24)
cs4
Class Selector PHB CS4 precedence 4(DSCP 32)
cs5
Class Selector PHB CS5 precedence 5(DSCP 40)
cs6
Class Selector PHB CS6 precedence 6(DSCP 48)
cs7
Class Selector PHB CS7 precedence 7(DSCP 56)
ef
Expedited Forwarding PHB(DSCP 46)
va
Voice Admit PHB(DSCP 44)
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure the DSCP Classification
Example:
To configure the DSCP Classification (QoS Class 3: DSCP CS1)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos map cos-dscp 3 dscp cs1
4.2.138 qos map dscp-classify
Command:
qos map dscp-classify { <dscp_num> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31
| af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } }
qos
Quality of Service
map
Global QoS Map/Table
dscp-classify
Map for dscp classify enable
<DscpNum : 0-63>
Specific DSCP
af11
Assured Forwarding PHB AF11(DSCP 10)
af12
Assured Forwarding PHB AF12(DSCP 12)
af13
Assured Forwarding PHB AF13(DSCP 14)
af21
Assured Forwarding PHB AF21(DSCP 18)
af22
Assured Forwarding PHB AF22(DSCP 20)
af23
Assured Forwarding PHB AF23(DSCP 22)
af31
Assured Forwarding PHB AF31(DSCP 26)
af32
Assured Forwarding PHB AF32(DSCP 28)
af33
Assured Forwarding PHB AF33(DSCP 30)
af41
Assured Forwarding PHB AF41(DSCP 34)
af42
Assured Forwarding PHB AF42(DSCP 36)
af43
Assured Forwarding PHB AF43(DSCP 38)
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be
Default PHB(DSCP 0) for best effort traffic
cs1
Class Selector PHB CS1 precedence 1(DSCP 8)
cs2
Class Selector PHB CS2 precedence 2(DSCP 16)
cs3
Class Selector PHB CS3 precedence 3(DSCP 24)
cs4
Class Selector PHB CS4 precedence 4(DSCP 32)
cs5
Class Selector PHB CS5 precedence 5(DSCP 40)
cs6
Class Selector PHB CS6 precedence 6(DSCP 48)
cs7
Class Selector PHB CS7 precedence 7(DSCP 56)
ef
Expedited Forwarding PHB(DSCP 46)
va
Voice Admit PHB(DSCP 44)
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enabled the DSCP Ingress Classification
Example:
To configure the DSCP Ingress Classification (DSCP 36)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos map dscp-classify af42
4.2.139 qos map dscp-cos
Command:
qos map dscp-cos { <dscp_num> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 |
af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } } cos
<cos> dpl <dpl>
qos
Quality of Service
map
Global QoS Map/Table
dscp-cos
Map for dscp to cos
<DscpNum : 0-63>
Specific DSCP
af11
Assured Forwarding PHB AF11(DSCP 10)
af12
Assured Forwarding PHB AF12(DSCP 12)
af13
Assured Forwarding PHB AF13(DSCP 14)
af21
Assured Forwarding PHB AF21(DSCP 18)
af22
Assured Forwarding PHB AF22(DSCP 20)
af23
Assured Forwarding PHB AF23(DSCP 22)
af31
Assured Forwarding PHB AF31(DSCP 26)
af32
Assured Forwarding PHB AF32(DSCP 28)
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af33
Assured Forwarding PHB AF33(DSCP 30)
af41
Assured Forwarding PHB AF41(DSCP 34)
af42
Assured Forwarding PHB AF42(DSCP 36)
af43
Assured Forwarding PHB AF43(DSCP 38)
be
Default PHB(DSCP 0) for best effort traffic
cs1
Class Selector PHB CS1 precedence 1(DSCP 8)
cs2
Class Selector PHB CS2 precedence 2(DSCP 16)
cs3
Class Selector PHB CS3 precedence 3(DSCP 24)
cs4
Class Selector PHB CS4 precedence 4(DSCP 32)
cs5
Class Selector PHB CS5 precedence 5(DSCP 40)
cs6
Class Selector PHB CS6 precedence 6(DSCP 48)
cs7
Class Selector PHB CS7 precedence 7(DSCP 56)
ef
Expedited Forwarding PHB(DSCP 46)
va
Voice Admit PHB(DSCP 44)
cos
Specify class of service
<Cos : 0-7>
dpl
Specific class of service
Specify drop precedence level
<Dpl : dpl>
Specific drop precedence level
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure the DSCP-Based QoS Ingress Classification
Example:
To configure the DSCP-Based QoS Ingress Classification (DSCP: 44, QoS Class: 6, DPL: 2)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos map dscp-cos va cos 6 dpl 2
4.2.140 qos map dscp-egress-translation
Command:
qos map dscp-egress-translation { <dscp_num> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 |
af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef |
va } } to { <dscp_num_tr> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33
| af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } }
qos
Quality of Service
map
Global QoS Map/Table
dscp-egress-translation
Map for dscp egress translation
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<DscpNum : 0-63>
Specific DSCP
af11
Assured Forwarding PHB AF11(DSCP 10)
af12
Assured Forwarding PHB AF12(DSCP 12)
af13
Assured Forwarding PHB AF13(DSCP 14)
af21
Assured Forwarding PHB AF21(DSCP 18)
af22
Assured Forwarding PHB AF22(DSCP 20)
af23
Assured Forwarding PHB AF23(DSCP 22)
af31
Assured Forwarding PHB AF31(DSCP 26)
af32
Assured Forwarding PHB AF32(DSCP 28)
af33
Assured Forwarding PHB AF33(DSCP 30)
af41
Assured Forwarding PHB AF41(DSCP 34)
af42
Assured Forwarding PHB AF42(DSCP 36)
af43
Assured Forwarding PHB AF43(DSCP 38)
be
Default PHB(DSCP 0) for best effort traffic
cs1
Class Selector PHB CS1 precedence 1(DSCP 8)
cs2
Class Selector PHB CS2 precedence 2(DSCP 16)
cs3
Class Selector PHB CS3 precedence 3(DSCP 24)
cs4
Class Selector PHB CS4 precedence 4(DSCP 32)
cs5
Class Selector PHB CS5 precedence 5(DSCP 40)
cs6
Class Selector PHB CS6 precedence 6(DSCP 48)
cs7
Class Selector PHB CS7 precedence 7(DSCP 56)
ef
Expedited Forwarding PHB(DSCP 46)
va
Voice Admit PHB(DSCP 44)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the DSCP Egress Translation
Example:
To configure the DSCP Egress Translation (AF11 to AF12)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos map dscp-egress-translation af11 to af12
4.2.141 qos map dscp-ingress-translation
Command:
qos map dscp-ingress-translation { <dscp_num> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22
| af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef |
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va } } to { <dscp_num_tr> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33
| af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } }
qos
Quality of Service
map
Global QoS Map/Table
dscp-ingress-translation
<DscpNum : 0-63>
Map for dscp ingress translation
Specific DSCP
af11
Assured Forwarding PHB AF11(DSCP 10)
af12
Assured Forwarding PHB AF12(DSCP 12)
af13
Assured Forwarding PHB AF13(DSCP 14)
af21
Assured Forwarding PHB AF21(DSCP 18)
af22
Assured Forwarding PHB AF22(DSCP 20)
af23
Assured Forwarding PHB AF23(DSCP 22)
af31
Assured Forwarding PHB AF31(DSCP 26)
af32
Assured Forwarding PHB AF32(DSCP 28)
af33
Assured Forwarding PHB AF33(DSCP 30)
af41
Assured Forwarding PHB AF41(DSCP 34)
af42
Assured Forwarding PHB AF42(DSCP 36)
af43
Assured Forwarding PHB AF43(DSCP 38)
be
Default PHB(DSCP 0) for best effort traffic
cs1
Class Selector PHB CS1 precedence 1(DSCP 8)
cs2
Class Selector PHB CS2 precedence 2(DSCP 16)
cs3
Class Selector PHB CS3 precedence 3(DSCP 24)
cs4
Class Selector PHB CS4 precedence 4(DSCP 32)
cs5
Class Selector PHB CS5 precedence 5(DSCP 40)
cs6
Class Selector PHB CS6 precedence 6(DSCP 48)
cs7
Class Selector PHB CS7 precedence 7(DSCP 56)
ef
Expedited Forwarding PHB(DSCP 46)
va
Voice Admit PHB(DSCP 44)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the DSCP Ingress Translation
Example:
To configure the DSCP Ingress Translation (AF11 to AF12)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos map dscp-ingress-translation af11 to af12
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4.2.142 qos qce
Command:
qos qce <qce_id> [ { next <qce_id_next> } | last ] [ interface ( <port_type>
[ <port_list> ] ) ] [ smac { <smac> | <smac_24> | any } ] [ dmac { <dmac> | unicast |
multicast | broadcast | any } ] [ tag { [ type { untagged | tagged | c-tagged | s-tagged |
any } ] [ vid { <ot_vid> | any } ] [ pcp { <ot_pcp> | any } ] [ dei { <ot_dei> | any } ] } ]
[ inner-tag { [ type { untagged | tagged | c-tagged | s-tagged | any } ] [ vid { <it_vid> |
any } ] [ pcp { <it_pcp> | any } ] [ dei { <it_dei> | any } ] } ] [ frame-type { any | { etype
[ { <etype_type> | any } ] } | { llc [ dsap { <llc_dsap> | any } ] [ ssap { <llc_ssap> |
any } ] [ control { <llc_control> | any } ] } | { snap [ { <snap_data> | any } ] } | { ipv4
[ proto { <pr4> | tcp | udp | any } ] [ sip { <sip4> | any } ] [ dip { <dip4> | any } ] [ dscp
{ <dscp4> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 |
af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } | any } ] [ fragment { yes | no |
any } ] [ sport { <sp4> | any } ] [ dport { <dp4> | any } ] } | { ipv6 [ proto { <pr6> | tcp |
udp | any } ] [ sip { <sip6> | any } ] [ dip { <dip6> | any } ] [ dscp { <dscp6> | { be | af11
| af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 |
cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } | any } ] [ sport { <sp6> | any } ] [ dport { <dp6> |
any } ] } } ] [ action { [ cos { <action_cos> | default } ] [ dpl { <action_dpl> | default } ]
[ pcp-dei { <action_pcp> <action_dei> | default } ] [ dscp { <action_dscp_dscp> | { be
| af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 |
cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } | default } ] [ policy { <action_policy> | default } ] } ]
qos
Quality of Service
qce
QoS Control Entry
action
Setup action
dmac
Setup matched DMAC
frame-type
interface
Setup matched frame type
Interfaces
last
Place QCE at the end
next
Place QCE before the next QCE ID
smac
tag
Setup matched SMAC
Setup tag options
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the QCE
Example:
To configure the QCE 1 (below table) for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1-2
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos qce 1 interface GigabitEthernet 1/1-2 tag type tagged vid 5 pcp 3
dei 1 dmac unicast frame-type ipv4 proto udp dscp 19 frag no sport 55 action cos 0
dpl 1 dscp 4
4.2.143 qos qce update
Command:
qos qce update <qce_id> [ { next <qce_id_next> } | last ] [ interface ( <port_type>
[ <port_list> ] ) ] [ smac { <smac> | <smac_24> | any } ] [ dmac { <dmac> | unicast |
multicast | broadcast | any } ] [ tag { [ type { untagged | tagged | c-tagged | s-tagged |
any } ] [ vid { <ot_vid> | any } ] [ pcp { <ot_pcp> | any } ] [ dei { <ot_dei> | any } ] } ]
[ inner-tag { [ type { untagged | tagged | c-tagged | s-tagged | any } ] [ vid { <it_vid> |
any } ] [ pcp { <it_pcp> | any } ] [ dei { <it_dei> | any } ] } ] [ frame-type { any | { etype
[ { <etype_type> | any } ] } | { llc [ dsap { <llc_dsap> | any } ] [ ssap { <llc_ssap> |
any } ] [ control { <llc_control> | any } ] } | { snap [ { <snap_data> | any } ] } | { ipv4
[ proto { <pr4> | tcp | udp | any } ] [ sip { <sip4> | any } ] [ dip { <dip4> | any } ] [ dscp
{ <dscp4> | { be | af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 |
af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } | any } ] [ fragment { yes | no |
any } ] [ sport { <sp4> | any } ] [ dport { <dp4> | any } ] } | { ipv6 [ proto { <pr6> | tcp |
udp | any } ] [ sip { <sip6> | any } ] [ dip { <dip6> | any } ] [ dscp { <dscp6> | { be | af11
| af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 | cs3 |
cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } | any } ] [ sport { <sp6> | any } ] [ dport { <dp6> |
any } ] } } ] [ action { [ cos { <action_cos> | default } ] [ dpl { <action_dpl> | default } ]
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[ pcp-dei { <action_pcp> <action_dei> | default } ] [ dscp { <action_dscp_dscp> | { be
| af11 | af12 | af13 | af21 | af22 | af23 | af31 | af32 | af33 | af41 | af42 | af43 | cs1 | cs2 |
cs3 | cs4 | cs5 | cs6 | cs7 | ef | va } | default } ] [ policy { <action_policy> | default } ] } ]
qos
Quality of Service
qce
QoS Control Entry
update
Update an existing QCE
action
Setup action
dmac
Setup matched DMAC
frame-type
interface
Setup matched frame type
Interfaces
last
Place QCE at the end
next
Place QCE before the next QCE ID
smac
Setup matched SMAC
tag
Setup tag options
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To update the QCE
Example:
To update the QCE 1 (DMAC: Unicast, Action: Cos 0).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos qce update 1 dmac unicast action cos 0
4.2.144 qos qce refresh
Command:
qos qce refresh
qos
Quality of Service
qce
QoS Control Entry
refresh
Refresh QCE tables in hardware
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To refresh the QCE
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Example:
To refresh the QCE.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos qce refresh
4.2.145 qos wred
Command:
qos wred queue <queue> min-th <min_th> mdp-1 <mdp_1> mdp-2 <mdp_2> mdp-3
<mdp_3>
qos
Quality of Service
wred
Weighted Random Early Discard
queue
Specify queue
<Queue : 0~5>
min-th
Specify minimum threshold
<MinTh : 0-100>
mdp-1
Specific drop probability in percent
Specify drop probability for drop precedence level 2
<Mdp2 : 0-100>
mdp-3
Specific minimum threshold in percent
Specify drop probability for drop precedence level 1
<Mdp1 : 0-100>
mdp-2
Specific queue or range
Specific drop probability in percent
Specify drop probability for drop precedence level 3
<Mdp3 : 0-100>
Specific drop probability in percent
Default:
Usage Guide:
To configure the Weighted Random Early Detection
Example:
To configure the Weighted Random Early Detection (below table)
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# qos wred queue 1 min-th 2 mdp-1 3 mdp-2 4 mdp-3 5
4.2.146 radius-server attribute 32
Command:
radius-server attribute 32 <Id : line1-253>
radius-server
32
Configure RADIUS
NAS-Identifier
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the NAS-Identifier
Example:
To configure the NAS-Identifier (planet)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server attribute 32 planet
4.2.147 radius-server attribute 4
Command:
radius-server attribute 4 <Ipv4 : ipv4_ucast>
radius-server
4
Configure RADIUS
NAS-IP-Address
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the NAS-IP-Address
Example:
To configure the NAS-IP-Address (7.7.7.7)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server attribute 4 7.7.7.7
4.2.148 radius-server attribute 95
Command:
radius-server attribute 95 <Ipv6 : ipv6_ucast>
radius-server
95
Configure RADIUS
NAS-IPv6-Address
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the NAS-IPv6-Address
Example:
To configure the NAS-IPv6-Address (2001::7788)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server attribute 95 2001::7788
4.2.149 radius-server deadtime
Command:
radius-server deadtime <Minutes : 1-1440>
radius-server
deadtime
Configure RADIUS
Time to stop using a RADIUS server that doesn't respond
<Minutes : 1-1440>
Time in minutes
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Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure the Deadtime of Radius-Server
Example:
To configure the Deadtime (15) of Radius-Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server deadtime 15
4.2.150 radius-server host
Command:
radius-server host <host_name> [ auth-port <auth_port> ] [ acct-port <acct_port> ]
[ timeout <seconds> ] [ retransmit <retries> ] [ key <key> ]
radius-server
host
Configure RADIUS
Specify a RADIUS server
<HostName : word1-255>
acct-port
UDP port for RADIUS accounting server
<AcctPort : 0-65535>
auth-port
UDP port number
Server specific key (overrides default)
<Key : line1-63>
retransmit
The shared key
Specify the number of retries to active server (overrides default)
<Retries : 1-1000>
timeout
UDP port number
UDP port for RADIUS authentication server
<AuthPort : 0-65535>
key
Hostname or IP address
Number of retries for a transaction
Time to wait for this RADIUS server to reply (overrides default)
<Seconds : 1-1000>
Wait time in seconds
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Host of Radius-Server
Example:
To configure the Host (below table) of Radius-Server
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server host planet.com.tw timeout 10 retransmit 6 key
123456789
4.2.151 radius-server key
Command:
radius-server key <Key : line1-63>
radius-server
key
Configure RADIUS
Set RADIUS encryption key
<Key : line1-63>
The shared key
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Key of Radius-Server
Example:
To configure the Key (123456789) of Radius-Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius radius-server key 123456789
4.2.152 radius-server retransmit
Command:
radius-server retransmit <Retries : 1-1000>
radius-server
retransmit
Configure RADIUS
Specify the number of retries to active server
<Retries : 1-1000>
Number of retries for a transaction
Default:
3
Usage Guide:
To configure the retransmitted time of Radius-Server
Example:
To configure the retransmitted time (5) of Radius-Server
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server retransmit 5
4.2.153 radius-server timeout
Command:
radius-server timeout <Seconds : 1-1000>
radius-server
timeout
Configure RADIUS
Time to wait for a RADIUS server to reply
<Seconds : 1-1000>
Wait time in seconds
Default:
5
Usage Guide:
To configure the timeout of Radius-Server
Example:
To configure the timeout (10) of Radius-Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# radius-server timeout 10
4.2.154 rmon alarm
Command:
rmon alarm <id> {<oid_str> | {{ ifInOctets | ifInUcastPkts | ifInNUcastPkts |
ifInDiscards | ifInErrors | ifInUnknownProtos | ifOutOctets | ifOutUcastPkts |
ifOutNUcastPkts | ifOutDiscards | ifOutErrors } <ifIndex>}} <interval: 1-2147483647>
{ absolute | delta } rising-threshold <rising_threshold: -2147483648-2147483647>
[<rising_event_id:
0-65535>]
-2147483648-2147483647>
falling-threshold
<falling_threshold:
[ <falling_event_id: 0-65535> ] { [ rising | falling |
both ] }
rmon
Remote Monitoring
alarm
Configure an RMON alarm
<oid_str>
ifInDiscards
MIB object to monitor
The number of inbound packets that are discarded even
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ifInErrors
The number of inbound packets that contained errors
preventing them from
being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol
ifInNUcastPkts
The number of broad-cast and multi-cast packets
delivered to a
higher-layer protocol
ifInOctets
The total number of octets received on the interface,
including framing
characters
ifInUcastPkts
The number of uni-cast packets delivered to a
ifInUnknownProtos
higher-layer protocol
The number of the inbound packets that were discarded
because of
the unknown or un-support protocol
ifOutDiscards
The number of outbound packets that are discarded
event the packets is
normal
ifOutErrors
The The number of outbound packets that could not be
transmitted
because of errors
ifOutNUcastPkts
ifOutOctets
<uint>
The number of broad-cast and multi-cast packets that
The number of octets transmitted out of the interface, including framing characters
ifIndex
<interval: 1-2147483647>
absolute
Sample interval
Test each sample directly
delta
Test delta between samples
rising-threshold
Configure the rising threshold
<rising_threshold: -2147483648-2147483647>
<rising_event_id: 0-65535>
falling-threshold
rising threshold value
Event to fire on rising threshold crossing
Configure the falling threshold
<falling_threshold: -2147483648-2147483647>
<falling_event_id: 0-65535>
both
request to transmit
falling threshold value
Event to fire on falling threshold crossing
Trigger alarm when the first value is larger than the rising threshold or less than the falling threshold (default)
falling
Trigger alarm when the first value is less than the falling threshold
rising
Trigger alarm when the first value is larger than the rising threshold
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Alarm of RMON
Example:
To configure the Alarm (below table) of RMON
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# rmon alarm 1 .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.10.15 50 absolute rising-threshold
1000 1 falling-threshold 520 1 falling
4.2.155 rmon event
Command:
rmon event <id: 1-65535> [ log ] [ trap <community> ] { [ description <description> ] }
rmon
Remote Monitoring
event
Configure an RMON event
<id: 1-65535>
description
Event entry ID
Specify a description of the event
<description>
Event description
log
Generate RMON log when the event fires
trap
Generate SNMP trap when the event fires
<community>
SNMP community string
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Event of RMON
Example:
To configure the Event (below table) of RMON
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# rmon event 1 log trap planet description error
4.2.156 sfp temperature-threshold
Command:
sfp temperature-threshold <0-100>
sfp temperature-threshold
Set a lower high temperature threshold for the secondary
temperature alarm in degrees C.
<0-100>
Specifies the new threshold temperature.
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the SFP temperature-threshold of sFlow
Example:
To configure the SFP temperature-threshold (55 degrees C) of sFlow
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# sfp temperature-threshold 55
4.2.157 snmp-server
Command:
snmp-server
snmp-server
Set SNMP server's configurations
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the SNMP Service
Example:
To enable the SNMP Service
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server
4.2.158 snmp-server access
Command:
snmp-server access <group_name> model { v1 | v2c | v3 | any } level { auth | noauth |
priv } [ read <view_name> ] [ write <write_name> ]
snmp-server
access
Set SNMP server's configurations
access configuration
<GroupName : word32>
model
group name
security model
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any security model
v1
v1 security model
v2c
v2c security model
v3
v3 security model
level
security level
auth
authNoPriv Security Level
noauth
noAuthNoPriv Security Level
priv
authPriv Security Level
read
specify a read view for the group
<ViewName : word255>
write
read view name
specify a write view for the group
<WriteName : word255>
write view name
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Access of SNMP
Example:
To configure the Access (below table) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server access default_rw_group model v2c level priv read
default_view write default_view
4.2.159 snmp-server community
Command:
snmp-server community { v2c <comm> [ ro | rw ] | v3 <v3_comm> [ <v_ipv4_addr>
<v_ipv4_netmask> ] }
snmp-server
Set SNMP server's configurations
community
v2c
Set the SNMP community
SNMPv2c
<comm>
Community word
ro
Read only
rw
Read write
v3
SNMPv3
<V3Comm : word127>
Community word
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<ipv4_addr>
IPv4 address
<ipv4_netmask>
IPv4 netmask
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Read / Write / Source network Community of SNMP
Example:
To configure the Read / Write / Source network Community (below table) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server community v3 public 192.168.0.15 255.255.255.0
4.2.160 snmp-server contact
Command:
snmp-server contact <line255>
snmp-server
Set SNMP server's configurations
contact
Set the SNMP server's contact string
<line255>
contact string
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the sysContact string of SNMP
Example:
To configure the sysContact string (Server123) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server contact Server123
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4.2.161 snmp-server engine-id
Command:
snmp-server engine-id local <Engineid : word10-32>
snmp-server
engine-id
local
Set SNMP server's configurations
Set SNMP engine ID
Set SNMP local engine ID
<Engineid : word10-32>
local engine ID
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Engine IDof SNMP
Example:
To configure the Engine ID (1234567890) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server engine-id local 1234567890
4.2.162 snmp-server host
Command:
snmp-server host <conf_name>
snmp-server
host
Set SNMP server's configurations
Set SNMP host's configurations
<conf_name>
Name of the host configuration
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enter the SNMP host mode
Example:
To enter the SNMP host mode (planet)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)#
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4.2.162.1 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands.
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)#do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
4.2.162.2 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)#end
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4.2.162.3 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)#exit
Switch (config)#
4.2.162.4 host
Command:
host [<hostname> | <ipv4_ucast> | <ipv6_ucast>] <UdpPort : 1-65535> { informs |
traps }
host
host configuration
<hostname>
hostname of SNMP trap host
<ipv4_ucast>
IP address of SNMP trap host
<ipv6_ucast>
IP address of SNMP trap host
<UdpPort : 1-65535>
informs
traps
UDP port of the trap messages
Send Inform messages to this host
Send Trap messages to this host
Default:
None
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Usage Guide:
To configure Trap Host of SNMP
Example:
To configure Trap Host (below table) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# host planet.com 66 informs
4.2.162.5 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (host planet.com 66 informs)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# no ip address dhcp
4.2.162.6 informs
Command:
informs retries <retries> timeout <timeout>
informs
retries
Send Inform messages to this host
retires inform messages
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<Retries : 0-255>
timeout
retires times
timeout parmater
<Timeout : 0-2147>
timeout interval
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Trap Inform time of SNMP
Example:
To configure Trap Inform time (below table) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# informs retries 2 timeout 55
4.2.162.7 shutdown
Command:
shutdown
shutdown
Disable the trap configuration
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To disable Trap mode of SNMP
Example:
To disable Trap mode of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# shutdown
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4.2.162.8 traps
Command:
traps [ aaa authentication ] [ system [ coldstart ] [ warmstart ] ] [ switch [ stp ]
[ rmon ] ]
traps
trap event configuration
aaa
AAA event group
authentication
switch
Authentication fail event
Switch event group
system
System event group
coldstart
warmstart
rmon
Cold start event
Warm start event
RMON event
stp
STP event
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure Trap event of SNMP
Example:
To configure Trap event (STP, RMON) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# traps switch rmon stp
4.2.162.9 version
Command:
version { v1 [ <v1_comm> ] | v2 [ <v2_comm> ] | v3 [ probe | engineID
<v_word10_to_32> ] [ <securtyname> ] }
version
v1
Set SNMP trap version
SNMP trap version 1
<V1Comm : word127>
v2
SNMP trap version 2
<V2comm : word127>
v3
SNMP trap community
SNMP trap community
SNMP trap version 3
<Securtyname : word32>
seucrity name
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probe
Configure trap server's engine ID
Probe trap server's engine ID
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To configure Version of SNMP
Example:
To configure Version (below table) of SNMP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# version v2 planet
4.2.163 spanning-tree aggregation
Command:
spanning-tree aggregation
spanning-tree
aggregation
Spanning Tree protocol
Aggregation mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enter aggregation mode of STP
Example:
To enter aggregation mode of STP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# spanning-tree aggregation
Switch (config-stp-aggr)#
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Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands.
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# spanning-tree aggregation
Switch (config-stp-aggr)#do show aaa
console : local
telnet
: local
ssh
http
: local
: local
4.2.163.2 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# spanning-tree aggregation
Switch (config-stp-aggr)#end
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4.2.163.3 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# spanning-tree aggregation
Switch (config-stp-aggr)#exit
Switch (config)#
4.2.163.4 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (spanning-tree auto-edge)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# no spanning-tree auto-edge
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4.2.163.5 spanning-tree auto-edge
Command:
spanning-tree auto-edge
spanning-tree
auto-edge
Spanning Tree protocol
Auto detect edge status
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the Auto Edge of CIST Aggregated Port
Example:
To enable the Auto Edge of CIST Aggregated Port
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# spanning-tree auto-edge
4.2.163.6 spanning-tree bpdu-guard
Command:
spanning-tree bpdu-guard
spanning-tree
bpdu-guard
Spanning Tree protocol
Enable/disable BPDU guard
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the BPDU Guard of CIST Aggregated Port
Example:
To enable the BPDU Guard of CIST Aggregated Port
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# spanning-tree bpdu-guard
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4.2.163.7 spanning-tree edge
Command:
spanning-tree edge
spanning-tree
edge
Spanning Tree protocol
Edge port
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the Admin Edge of CIST Aggregated Port
Example:
To enable the Admin Edge of CIST Aggregated Port
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# spanning-tree edge
4.2.163.8 spanning-tree link-type
Command:
spanning-tree link-type link-type { point-to-point | shared | auto }
spanning-tree
link-type
auto
Spanning Tree protocol
Port link-type
Auto detect
point-to-point
shared
Forced to point-to-point
Forced to Shared
Default:
Point to Point
Usage Guide:
To configure the Point to Point mode (Shared) of CIST Aggregated Port
Example:
To configure the Point to Point mode (Shared) of CIST Aggregated Port
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
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4.2.163.9 spanning-tree mst <instance> cost
Command:
spanning-tree mst <instance> cost { <cost> | auto }
spanning-tree
mst
Spanning Tree protocol
STP bridge instance
<Instance : 0-7>
cost
instance
0-7 (CIST=0, MST1=1...)
STP Cost of this port
<Cost : 1-200000000>
auto
Cost range
Use auto cost
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To configure the Path Cost of MSTI Port
Example:
To configure the Path Cost (321) of MSTI Port (MST 2)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# spanning-tree mst 2 cost 321
4.2.163.10 spanning-tree mst <instance> port-priority
Command:
spanning-tree mst <instance> port-priority <prio>
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
mst
STP bridge instance
<Instance : 0-7>
port-priority
<Prio : 0-240>
instance
0-7 (CIST=0, MST1=1...)
STP priority of this port
Range (lower higher priority)
Default:
Auto
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Usage Guide:
To configure the Port Priority of MSTI Port
Example:
To configure the Port Priority (96) of MSTI Port (MST 2)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# spanning-tree mst 2 port-priority 96
4.2.163.11 spanning-tree restricted-role
Command:
spanning-tree restricted-role
spanning-tree
Spanning Tree protocol
restricted-role
Port role is restricted (never root port)
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the Restricted Role of CIST
Example:
To enable the Restricted Role of CIST
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# snmp-server host planet
Switch (config-snmps-host)# spanning-tree restricted-role
4.2.163.12 spanning-tree restricted-tcn
Command:
spanning-tree restricted-tcn
spanning-tree
restricted-tcn
Spanning Tree protocol
Restrict topology change notifications
Default:
Disabled
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Usage Guide:
To enable the Restricted TCN of CIST
Example:
To enable the Restricted TCN of CIST
Switch# configure terminal
(config)# spanning-tree aggregation
(config-stp-aggr)# spanning-tree restricted-tcn
4.2.164 switchport vlan mapping
Command:
switchport vlan mapping <group> <vlan_list> <translation_vlan>
switchport
vlan
Set switching mode characteristics
vlan - Vlan translation
mapping
Add VLAN translation entry into a group
<group id : 1-29>
<vlan_list>
Group id
VLAN list
< translation_vlan >
translation VLAN ID
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the VLAN Translation
Example:
To enable the VLAN Translation (below table)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# switchport vlan mapping 1 3 5
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4.2.165 tacacs-server deadtime
Command:
tacacs-server deadtime <minutes>
tacacs-server
deadtime
Configure TACACS+
Time to stop using a TACACS+ server that doesn't respond
<Minutes : 1-1440>
Time in minutes
Default:
0
Usage Guide:
To configure the Deadtime of TACACS+ Server
Example:
To enable the Deadtime (6) of TACACS+ Server
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# tacacs-server deadtime 6
4.2.166 tacacs-server host
Command:
tacacs-server host <host_name> [ port <port> ] [ timeout <seconds> ] [ key <key> ]
tacacs-server
host
Configure TACACS+
Specify a TACACS+ server
<HostName : word1-255>
Hostname or IP address
key
Server specific key (overrides default)
port
TCP port for TACACS+ server
<Port : 0-65535>
timeout
TCP port number
Time to wait for this TACACS+ server to reply (overrides default)
<Seconds : 1-1000>
<Key : line1-63>
Wait time in seconds
The shared key
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Host of TACACS+ Server
Example:
To enable the Host (below table) of TACACS+ Server
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Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# tacacs-server host planet.com port 55 timeout 6 key 7788
4.2.167 transport email authentication
Command:
transport email authentication username <username> password <password>
transport
email
Enable or disable transport email function.
Enable or disable transport email function.
authentication
<Username>
<Password>
configure SMTP authentication's username and password
User name allows letters, numbers and underscores
The ENCRYPTED (hidden) user password. Notice the ENCRYPTED password will be decoded by
system internally. You cannot directly use it as same as the Plain Text and it is not human-readable text
normally.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure SMTP authentication's username and password
Example:
To configure SMTP authentication's username (123@planet.com.tw) and password (456)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# transport email authentication username 123@planet.com.tw
password 456
4.2.168 transport email from
Command:
transport email from <mail_addr> subject <title>
transport
Enable or disable transport email function.
email
Enable or disable transport email function.
from
sender's email address
<mail_addr>
subject
mail address
subject/title of the email
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email title
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure SMTP sender's email address and title of the email
Example:
To configure SMTP sender's email address (sys@planet.com.tw) and title of the email (syserror)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# transport email from sys@planet.com.tw subject syserror
4.2.169 transport email smtp-server
Command:
transport email smtp-server { <ipv4_addr> | <server> } port <1_to_65535>
transport
email
Enable or disable transport email function.
Enable or disable transport email function.
smtp-server
Set the SMTP server name or IP address of the SMTP server
<ipv4_ucast>
<server>
port
<ipv4_addr>: IP address
hostname
port
<1-65535>
port_number: Specifies the port number. The range is from 1 to
number is 25.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure SMTP Server address and port number.
Example:
To configure SMTP Server address (mail.planet.com.tw) and port number (123)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# transport email smtp-server mail.planet.com.tw port 123
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Command:
transport email to <1 | 2> <mail_addr>
transport
Enable or disable transport email function.
email
to
Enable or disable transport email function.
receiver's email
<1|2>
1: mail address 1
<mail_addr>
2: mail address 2
mail address
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure SMTP destination mail address.
Example:
To configure SMTP destination mail address 1 (ss@planet.com.tw).
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# transport email to 1 ss@planet.com.tw
4.2.171 upnp
Command:
upnp
upnp
Set UPnP's configurations
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the UPnP service
Example:
To enable the UPnP service
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# upnp
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Command:
upnp advertising-duration <100-86400>
upnp
Set UPnP's configurations
advertising-duration
<100-86400>
Set advertising duration
advertising duration
Default:
100
Usage Guide:
To configure the Advertising Duration of UPnP
Example:
To configure the Advertising Duration (123) of UPnP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# upnp advertising-duration 123
4.2.173 upnp ttl
Command:
upnp ttl <1-255>
upnp
ttl
Set UPnP's configurations
Set TTL value
<1-255>
TTL value
Default:
4
Usage Guide:
To configure the TTL of UPnP
Example:
To configure the TTL (8) of UPnP
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# upnp ttl 8
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4.2.174 username
Command:
username <username> privilege <priv> password { encrypted <encry_password> |
none | unencrypted <password> }
username
Establish User Name Authentication
<Username : word31>
privilege
Set user privilege level
<privilegeLevel : 0-15>
password
User privilege level
Specify the password for the user
encrypted
none
User name allows letters, numbers and underscores
Specifies an ENCRYPTED password will follow
NULL password
unencrypted
Specifies an UNENCRYPTED password will follow
<Password : word4-44>
The ENCRYPTED (hidden) user password. Notice the
ENCRYPTED password will be decoded by system internally. You cannot directly use it as
same as the Plain Text and it is not human-readable text
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Profiles of Username
Example:
To configure the Profiles of Username (Username: 1234, Password: 1234, Privilege Level: 15)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# username 1234 privilege 15 password unencrypted 1234
Press ENTER to get started
Username: 1234
Password: 1234
#
4.2.175 vlan
Command:
vlan <vlist>
vlan
VLAN commands
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<vlan_list>
VLAN IDs 1~4095
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To create the VLAN Profiles
Example:
To create the VLAN Profiles (VLAN 5)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan 5
Switch (config-vlan)#
4.2.175.1 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands.
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan 5
Switch (config-vlan)#do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
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4.2.175.2 end
Command:
end
end
Go back to EXEC mode
Default:
Auto
Usage Guide:
To back to EXEC mode
Example:
To back to EXEC mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan 5
Switch (config-vlan)#end
Switch#
4.2.175.3 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from current mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit current mode
Example:
To exit current mode
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan 5
Switch (config-vlan)# exit
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4.2.175.4 name
Command:
name <vlan_name>
name
ASCII name of the VLAN
<vword32>
The ASCII name for the VLAN
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure description of VLAN
Example:
To configure description (FAE) of VLAN
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan 5
Switch (config-vlan)# name FAE
4.2.175.5 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (name FAE)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan 5
Switch (config-vlan)# no name FAE
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4.2.176 vlan ethertype s-custom-port
Command:
vlan ethertype s-custom-port <etype>
vlan
VLAN commands
ethertype
Ether type for Custom S-ports
s-custom-port
<etype>
Custom S-ports configuration
Ethertype (Range: 0x0600-0xffff)
Default:
0x88A8
Usage Guide:
To create the Ethernet type of Custom S-ports
Example:
To create the Ethernet type (0x88A9) of Custom S-ports
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan ethertype s-custom-port 0x88a9
4.2.177 vlan protocol
Command:
vlan protocol { { eth2 { <etype> | arp | ip | ipx | at } } | { snap { <oui> | rfc-1042 |
snap-8021h } <pid> } | { llc <dsap> <ssap> } } group <grp_id>
vlan
VLAN commands
protocol
eth2
Protocol-based VLAN commands
Ethernet-based VLAN commands
<0x600-0xffff>
Ether Type(Range: 0x600 - 0xFFFF)
arp
Ether Type is ARP
at
Ether Type is AppleTalk
ip
Ether Type is IP
ipx
Ether Type is IPX
llc
LLC-based VLAN group
<0x0-0xff>
DSAP (Range: 0x00 - 0xFF)
<0x0-0xff>
SSAP (Range: 0x00 - 0xFF)
snap
SNAP-based VLAN group
<0x0-0xffffff>
rfc-1042
SNAP OUI (Range 0x000000 - 0XFFFFFF)
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snap-8021h
group
SNAP OUI is 8021h
Protocol-based VLAN group commands
<grp_id>
Group Name (Range: 1 - 16 characters)
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the Protocol-based VLAN
Example:
To configure the Protocol-based VLAN (below table)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# vlan protocol llc 0x55 0x66 group 3
4.2.178 voice vlan
Command:
voice vlan
voice
Voice appliance attributes
vlan
Vlan for voice traffic
Default:
Disabled
Usage Guide:
To enable the Voice VLAN service
Example:
To enable the Voice VLAN service
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# voice vlan
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4.2.179 voice vlan aging-time
Command:
voice vlan aging-time <aging_time>
voice
vlan
Voice appliance attributes
Vlan for voice traffic
aging-time
Set secure learning aging time
<AgingTime : 10-10000000>
Aging time, 10-10000000 seconds
Default:
86400
Usage Guide:
To configure the Aging Time of Voice VLAN
Example:
To configure the Aging Time of Voice VLAN
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# voice vlan aging-time 8888
4.2.180 voice vlan class
Command:
voice vlan class <traffic_class>
voice
vlan
Voice appliance attributes
Vlan for voice traffic
class
Set traffic class
< traffic_class : 0-7>
Traffic class value
Default:
7
Usage Guide:
To configure the Traffic Class of Voice VLAN
Example:
To configure the Traffic Class (5) of Voice VLAN
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# voice vlan class 5
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4.2.181 voice vlan oui
Command:
voice vlan oui <oui> [ description <description> ]
voice
Voice appliance attributes
vlan
Vlan for voice traffic
oui
OUI configuration
<oui>
OUI value
description
Set description for the OUI
<Description : line32>
Description line
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure the OUI of Voice VLAN
Example:
To configure the OUI (OUI: 00:45:89, Description: qwe ) of Voice VLAN
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# voice vlan oui 00:45:89 description qwe
4.2.182 voice vlan vid
Command:
voice vlan vid <vlan_id>
voice
Voice appliance attributes
vlan
Vlan for voice traffic
vid
Set VLAN ID
<vlan_id>
VLAN ID, 1-4095
Default:
1000
Usage Guide:
To configure the VID of Voice VLAN
Example:
To configure the VID (66 ) of Voice VLAN
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Switch (config)# voice vlan vid 66
4.2.183 web privilege group
Command:
web privilege group <group_name> level { [ cro <cro: 0-15> ] [ crw <crw: 0-15> ] [ sro
<sro: 0-15> ] [ srw <srw: 0-15> ] }
web
Web
privilege
Web privilege
group
Web privilege group
<vlan_id>
VLAN ID, 1-4095
<group_name>
Valid words are 'Aggregation' 'DHCP' 'Debug' 'Dhcp_Client'
'Diagnostics' 'EPS' 'ERPS'
'ETH_LINK_OAM' 'EVC' 'Green_Ethernet' 'IP2' 'IPMC_Snooping' 'LACP' 'LLDP' 'Loop_Protect'
'MAC_Table' 'MEP' 'MVR' 'Maintenance' 'Mirroring' 'NTP' 'POE' 'PTP' 'Ports' 'Private_VLANs' 'QoS'
'RPC' 'Security' 'Spanning_Tree' 'System' 'Timer' 'UPnP' 'VCL' 'VLAN_Translation' 'VLANs'
'Voice_VLAN' 'XXRP' 'ZL_3034X_API'
level
Web privilege group level
cro
Configuration Read-only level
crw
Configuration Read-write level
sro
Status/Statistics Read-only level
srw
Status/Statistics Read-write level
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure the Privilege Level
Example:
To configure the Privilege Level (below table)
Switch# configure terminal
Switch (config)# web privilege group Aggregation level cro 3 crw 4 sro 3 srw 5
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4.3 copy
4.3.1 copy
Command:
copy { startup-config | running-config | <source_path> } { startup-config |
running-config | <destination_path> } [ syntax-check ]
copy
Copy from source to destination
flash:filename | tftp://server/path-and-filename
File in FLASH or on TFTP server
running-config
Currently running configuration
startup-config
Startup configuration Output modifiers
syntax-check
Perform syntax check on source configuration
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To copy configuration from source to destination
Example:
To copy configuration from source (running-config) to destination (startup-config)
Switch# copy running-config startup-config
4.4 debug
4.4.1 debug
Command:
debug prompt <debug_prompt>
debug
Debugging functions
prompt
Set prompt for testing
<debug_prompt>
Word for prompt
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To configure Description of Debug Prompt
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Example:
To configure Description (1233) of Debug Prompt
Switch # debug prompt 1233
1233#
4.5 delete
4.5.1 delete
Command:
delete <path>
delete
Delete one file in flash: file system
<Path : word>
Name of file to delete
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To delete Configuration File of Flash
Example:
To delete Configuration File (222) of Flash
Switch # copy running-config flash:222
Building configuration...
% Saving 1833 bytes to flash:222
Switch # dir
Directory of flash:
r- 1970-01-01 00:00:00
648 default-config
rw 1970-01-01 07:26:26
1833 startup-config
rw 1970-01-01 00:18:40
1833 222
3 files, 4314 bytes total.
Switch # delete flash:222
Switch # dir
Directory of flash:
r- 1970-01-01 00:00:00
648 default-config
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2 files, 2481 bytes total.
4.6 dir
4.6.1 dir
Command:
dir
dir
Directory of all files in flash: file system
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To list directory of file system
Example:
To list directory of file system
Switch # dir
Directory of flash:
r- 1970-01-01 00:00:00
648 default-config
rw 1970-01-01 07:26:26
1833 startup-config
2 files, 2481 bytes total.
4.7 disable
4.7.1 disable
Command:
disable
disable
Turn off privileged commands
Default:
None
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Usage Guide:
To exit enable mode
Example:
To exit enable mode
Switch # disable
Switch >
4.8 do
4.8.1 do
Command:
do < exec commands >
do
To run exec commands.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run exec commands.
Example:
To run “show aaa”.
Switch# do show aaa
console : local
telnet
ssh
http
: local
: local
: local
4.9 dot1x
4.9.1 dot1x initialize
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dot1x initialize [ interface ( <port_type> [ <plist> ] ) ]
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
initialize
Force re-authentication immediately
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To re-authenticate specific interface immediately.
Example:
To re-authenticate specific interface (GigabitEthernet 1/1) immediately.
Switch# dot1x initialize interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.10 enable
4.10.1 enable
Command:
enable
enable
Turn on privileged commands
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To enter enable mode
Example:
To enter enable mode
Switch > enable
Switch #
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4.11 exit
4.11.1 exit
Command:
exit
exit
Exit from EXEC mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit EXEC mode
Example:
To exit EXEC mode
Switch # disable
Switch > exit
Press ENTER to get started
4.12 firmware
4.12.1 firmware swap
Command:
firmware swap
firmware
swap
Firmware upgrade/swap
Swap between Active and Alternate firmware image
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To swap Active and Alternate firmware image
Example:
To swap Active and Alternate firmware image
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4.12.2 firmware upgrade
Command:
firmware upgrade <tftpserver_path_file>
firmware
Firmware upgrade/swap
upgrade
Firmware upgrade
<TFTPServer_path_file : word>
TFTP Server IP address, path and file name for the server
containing the new image.
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To upgrade firmware via TFTP Server
Example:
To upgrade firmware via TFTP Server (File: tftp://192.168.0.11/switch.bin)
Switch # firmware upgrade tftp://192.168.0.11/switch.bin
4.13 ip
4.13.1 ip dhcp retry interface vlan
Command:
ip dhcp retry interface vlan <vlan_id>
ip
IPv4 commands
dhcp
Dhcp commands
retry
Restart the DHCP query process
interface
vlan
Interface
Vlan interface
<vlan_id>
Vlan ID
Default:
None
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Usage Guide:
To do DHCP renew for specific VLAN
Example:
To do DHCP renew for specific VLAN (6)
Switch # ip dhcp retry interface vlan 6
4.14 logout
4.14.1 logout
Command:
logout
logout
Exit from EXEC mode
Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To exit EXEC mode
Example:
To exit EXEC mode
Switch # logout
Press ENTER to get started
4.15 more
4.15.1 more
Command:
more <path>
more
<Path>
Display file
File in FLASH or on TFTP server
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Default:
None
Usage Guide:
To view the file
Example:
To view the file (222)
Switch # copy running-config flash:222
Building configuration...
% Saving 2038 bytes to flash:222
Switch # more flash:222
hostname Switch
username admin privilege 15 password none
!
vlan 1
!
vlan 5
!
!
!
4.16 no
4.16.1 no
Command:
no
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To default the function
Example:
To disable the function (erps 1 command force port0)
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Switch# no erps 1 command force port0
4.17 ping
4.17.1 ping ip
Command:
ping ip <v_ip_addr> [ repeat <count> ] [ size <size> ] [ interval <seconds> ]
ping
Send ICMP echo messages
ip
IP (ICMP) echo
<v_ip_addr>
interval
Specify repeat interval
<Seconds : 0-30>
repeat
ICMP destination address
0-30; Default is 0
Specify repeat count
<Count : 1-60>
size
1-60; Default is 5
Specify datagram size
<Size : 2-1452>
2-1452; Default is 56 (excluding MAC, IP and ICMP headers)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run the IPv4 Ping function
Example:
To run the IPv4 Ping (192.168.0.78) function
Switch# ping ip 192.168.0.78
PING server 192.168.0.78, 56 bytes of data.
64 bytes from 192.168.0.78: icmp_seq=0, time=0ms
64 bytes from 192.168.0.78: icmp_seq=1, time=0ms
64 bytes from 192.168.0.78: icmp_seq=2, time=0ms
64 bytes from 192.168.0.78: icmp_seq=3, time=0ms
64 bytes from 192.168.0.78: icmp_seq=4, time=0ms
Sent 5 packets, received 5 OK, 0 bad
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4.17.2 ping ipv6
Command:
ping ipv6 <v_ipv6_addr> [ repeat <count> ] [ size <size> ] [ interval <seconds> ]
[ interface vlan <v_vlan_id> ]
ping
Send ICMP echo messages
ipv6
IPv6 (ICMPv6) echo
interface
vlan
Select an interface to configure
VLAN Interface
<v_vlan_id>
interval
VLAN identifier(s): VID
Specify repeat interval
<Seconds : 0-30>
repeat
0-30; Default is 0
Specify repeat count
<Count : 1-60>
size
1-60; Default is 5
Specify datagram size
<Size : 2-1452>
2-1452; Default is 56 (excluding MAC, IP and ICMP headers)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To run the IPv6 Ping function
Example:
To run the IPv6 Ping (2001::7788) function
Switch# ping ipv6 2001::7788
PING6 server 2001::7788, 56 bytes of data.
recvfrom: Operation timed out
recvfrom: Operation timed out
recvfrom: Operation timed out
recvfrom: Operation timed out
recvfrom: Operation timed out
Sent 5 packets, received 0 OK, 0 bad
4.18 reload
4.18.1 reload cold
Command:
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reload
Reload system
cold
Reload cold.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To restart the device.
Example:
To restart the device.
Switch# reload cold
4.18.2 reload defaults
Command:
reload defaults [ keep-ip ]
reload
Reload system
defaults
keep-ip
Reload defaults without rebooting.
Attempt to keep VLAN1 IP setup.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To store the device factory default settings.
Example:
To store the device factory default settings.
Switch# reload defaults
4.19 send
4.19.1 send
Command:
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send { * | console 0 | vty <vty_list> } <message>
reload
Reload system
*
All tty lines
console
vty
Primary terminal line
Virtual terminal
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To send message for command line user.
Example:
To send message ( hi, I will upgrade the firmware, OK? ) for command line user (All).
Switch # send * 1
Enter TEXT message. End with the character '1'.
hi, I will upgrade the firmware, OK?
1
----------------------------------------*** Message from line 0:
hi, I will upgrade the firmware, OK?
-----------------------------------------
4.20 show
4.20.1 show aaa
Command:
show aaa
show
aaa
Show running system information
Login methods
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To display the AAA services.
Example:
To display the AAA services
Switch # show aaa
console : local
telnet
: local
ssh
: local
http
: local
4.20.2 show access management
Command:
show access management [ statistics | <access_id_list> ]
show
Show running system information
access
Access management
management
Access management configuration
<AccessIdList : 1~16>
Statistics
ID of access management entry
Statistics data
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display Access Management Statistics.
Example:
To display Access Management Statistics.
Switch # show access management statistics
Access Management Statistics:
----------------------------HTTP
Receive:
0
Allow:
0
Discard:
0
HTTPS
Receive:
0
Allow:
0
Discard:
0
SNMP
Receive:
0
Allow:
0
Discard:
0
TELNET
Receive:
0
Allow:
0
Discard:
0
SSH
Receive:
0
Allow:
0
Discard:
0
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4.20.3 show access-list
Command:
show access-list [ interface [ ( <port_type> [ <v_port_type_list> ] ) ] ] [ rate-limiter
[ <rate_limiter_list> ] ] [ ace statistics [ <ace_list> ] ]
show
Show running system information
access
Access management
management
Access management configuration
<AccessIdList : 1~16>
statistics
ID of access management entry
Statistics data
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display ACL Statistics, Rate Limiter List, ACE Statistics.
Example:
To display ACL Statistics, Rate Limiter List, ACE Statistics for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show access-list interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 ace statistics rate-limiter
Switch access-list ace number: 0
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 1 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 2 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 3 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 4 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 5 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 6 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 7 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 8 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 9 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 10 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 11 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 12 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 13 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 14 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 15 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 16 is 1 pps
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GigabitEthernet 1/1 :
--------------------GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list action is permit
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list policy ID is 0
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list rate limiter ID is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list redirect is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list logging is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list shutdown is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list port-state is enabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list counter is 0
4.20.4 show access-list
Command:
show access-list [ interface [ ( <port_type> [ <v_port_type_list> ] ) ] ] [ rate-limiter
[ <rate_limiter_list> ] ] [ ace statistics [ <ace_list> ] ]
show
Show running system information
access-list
ace
Access list
Access list entry
statistics
interface
rate-limiter
Traffic statistics
Select an interface to configure
Rate limiter
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the ACL Statistics, Rate Limiter List, ACE Statistics.
Example:
To display the ACL Statistics, Rate Limiter List, ACE Statistics for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show access-list interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 ace statistics rate-limiter
Switch access-list ace number: 0
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 1 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 2 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 3 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 4 is 1 pps
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Switch access-list rate limiter ID 5 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 6 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 7 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 8 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 9 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 10 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 11 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 12 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 13 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 14 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 15 is 1 pps
Switch access-list rate limiter ID 16 is 1 pps
GigabitEthernet 1/1 :
--------------------GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list action is permit
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list policy ID is 0
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list rate limiter ID is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list redirect is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list logging is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list shutdown is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list port-state is enabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 access-list counter is 0
4.20.5 show access-list ace-status
Command:
show access-list ace-status [ static ] [ link-oam ] [ loop-protect ] [ dhcp ] [ ptp ]
[ upnp ] [ arp-inspection ] [ mep ] [ ipmc ] [ ip-source-guard ] [ ip-mgmt ] [ conflicts ]
[ switch <switch_list> ]
show
Show running system information
access-list
arp-inspection
Access list
The ACEs that are configured by ARP Inspection module
conflicts
The ACEs that did not get applied to the hardware due to
dhcp
The ACEs that are configured by DHCP module
ip-source-guard
The ACEs that are configured by IP Source Guard module
ipmc
The ACEs that are configured by IPMC module
link-oam
The ACEs that are configured by Link OAM module
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loop-protect
The ACEs that are configured by Loop Protect module
mep
The ACEs that are configured by MEP module
ptp
The ACEs that are configured by PTP module
static
The ACEs that are configured by users manually
upnp
The ACEs that are configured by UPnP module
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the ACE Status.
Example:
To display the ACE Status.
Switch # show access-list ace-status
User
---S
: Static
IPSG: IP Source Guard
IPMC: IPMC
MEP : MEP
ARPI: ARP Inspection
UPnP: UPnP
PTP : PTP
DHCP: DHCP
LOOP: Loop Protect
LOAM: Link OAM
User ID
---- --
Frame
-----
Action Rate L. CPU
Counter Conflict
------ -------- ------ ------- --------
DHCP 1
UDP
Deny
Disabled Yes
0 No
DHCP 2
UDP
Deny
Disabled Yes
0 No
PTP 1
EType Deny
Disabled Yes
0 No
PTP 2
EType Deny
Disabled Yes
0 No
Switch 1 access-list ace number: 4
4.20.6 show aggregation
Command:
show aggregation [ mode ]
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show
Show running system information
aggregation
mode
Aggregation port configuration
Traffic distribution mode
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Aggregation status.
Example:
To display the Aggregation status.
Switch # show aggregation
AggrID
Name
Type
Speed
Configured Ports
Aggregated Ports
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4.20.7 show aggregation mode
Command:
show aggregation [ mode ]
show
Show running system information
aggregation
mode
Aggregation port configuration
Traffic distribution mode
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Aggregation mode status.
Example:
To display the Aggregation mode status.
Switch # show aggregation mode
Aggregation Mode:
SMAC : Enabled
DMAC : Disabled
IP
: Enabled
Port : Enabled
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4.20.8 show clock
Command:
show clock
show
Show running system information
clock
Configure time-of-day clock
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the system time.
Example:
To display the system time.
Switch # show clock
System Time
: 2014-01-01T00:25:51+00:00
4.20.9 show clock detail
Command:
show clock detail
show
Show running system information
clock
Configure time-of-day clock
detail
Display detailed information
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the detailed system time.
Example:
To display the detailed system time.
Switch # show clock detail
System Time
: 1970-01-01T00:29:25+00:00
Timezone : Timezone Offset : 0 ( 0 minutes)
Timezone Acronym :
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Daylight Saving Time Mode : Disabled.
Daylight Saving Time Start Time Settings :
Week: 0
Day: 0
Month: 0
Date: 0
Year: 0
Hour: 0
Minute: 0
Daylight Saving Time End Time Settings :
Week: 0
Day: 0
Month: 0
Date: 0
Year: 0
Hour: 0
Minute: 0
Daylight Saving Time Offset : 1 (minutes)
4.20.10 show dot1x statistics
Command:
show dot1x statistics
show
Show running system information
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
statistics
all
Shows statistics for either eapol or radius
Show all dot1x statistics
eapol
Show EAPOL statistics
radius
Show Backend Server statistics
interface
Interface
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IEEE 802.1X statistics.
Example:
To display the All of IEEE 802.1X statistics for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
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Switch # show dot1x statistics all interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
GigabitEthernet 1/1 EAPOL Statistics:
Rx Total:
0
Tx Total:
0
Rx Response/Id:
0
Tx Request/Id:
0
Rx Response:
0
Tx Request:
0
Rx Start:
0
Rx Logoff:
0
Rx Invalid Type:
0
Rx Invalid Length:
0
GigabitEthernet 1/1 Backend Server Statistics:
Rx Access Challenges:
0
Tx Responses:
0
Rx Other Requests:
0
Rx Auth. Successes:
0
Rx Auth. Failures:
0
4.20.11 show dot1x status
Command:
show dot1x status [ interface ( <port_type> [ <v_port_type_list> ] ) ] [ brief ]
show
Show running system information
dot1x
IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control
status
Shows dot1x status, such as admin state, port state and last source.
interface
Interface
brief
Show status in a brief format
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IEEE 802.1X status.
Example:
To display the All of IEEE 802.1X status for brief.
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GigabitEthernet 1/1 :
--------------------Admin State
Port State
------------------
Last Source
---------------------
Force Authorized
-----------------
Globally Disabled
Current Radius QOS
--------------------
-------------
-
-
Current Radius VLAN
Current Guest VLAN
--------------------
-
Last ID
--------------------
-
-
GigabitEthernet 1/2 :
--------------------Admin State
Port State
------------------
---------------------
Force Authorized
Current Radius QOS
--------------------
Last Source
-----------------
Globally Disabled
-------------
-
Current Radius VLAN
-
Current Guest VLAN
--------------------
-
Last ID
--------------------
-
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4.20.12 show green-ethernet
Command:
show green-ethernet [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
green-ethernet
interface
Green ethernet (Power reduction)
Shows green ethernet status for a specific port or ports.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Green Ethernet status.
Example:
To display the Green Ethernet status for all.
Switch # show green-ethernet interface *
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4.20.13 show green-ethernet energy-detect
Command:
show green-ethernet energy-detect [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
green-ethernet
energy-detect
interface
Green ethernet (Power reduction)
Shows green ethernet energy-detect status for a specific port or ports.
Shows green ethernet status for a specific port or ports.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the energy-detect of Green Ethernet.
Example:
To display the energy-detect of Green Ethernet for all.
Switch # show green-ethernet energy-detect interface *
4.20.14 show green-ethernet short-reach
Command:
show green-ethernet short-reach [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
green-ethernet
short-reach
interface
Green ethernet (Power reduction)
Shows green ethernet short-reach status for a specific or ports
Shows green ethernet status for a specific port or ports.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the short-reach of Green Ethernet.
Example:
To display the short-reach of Green Ethernet for all.
Switch # show green-ethernet short-reach interface *
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4.20.15 show history
Command:
show history
show
Show running system information
history
Display the session command history
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the command history.
Example:
To display the command history.
Switch # show history
show green-ethernet interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
show green-ethernet interface R
show green-ethernet interface *
show green-ethernet energy-detect interface *
show green-ethernet energy-detect
show green-ethernet
show green-ethernet short-reach interface *
show history
4.20.16 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> capabilities
Command:
show interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) capabilities
show
interface
switchport
capabilities
Show running system information
Interface status and configuration
Show interface switchport information
Display capabilities
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To display the SFP Transceiver information.
Example:
To display the SFP Transceiver information for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 capabilities
GigabitEthernet 1/1 Capabilities:
SFP Type: None
SFP Vendor name:
SFP Vendor PN:
SFP Vendor revision:
4.20.17 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> statistics
Command:
show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> statistics [ { packets | bytes | errors |
discards | filtered | { priority [ <priority_v_0_to_7> ] } } ] [ { up | down } ]
show
Show running system information
interface
Interface status and configuration
statistics
Display statistics counters
bytes
Show byte statistics.
discards
Show discard statistics.
down
Show ports which are down
errors
Show error statistics.
filtered
Show filtered statistics.
packets
Show packet statistics.
priority
up
Queue number
Show ports which are up
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the port statistics information.
Example:
To display the port statistics information (Byte statistics) for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 statistics bytes
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Interface
Rx Octets
----------------------
------------------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
Tx Octets
------------------
0
0
4.20.18 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> status
Command:
show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> status
show
Show running system information
interface
Interface status and configuration
status
Display status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the port status.
Example:
To display the port status for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 status
Interface
Mode
---------------------GigabitEthernet 1/1
Speed & Duplex
------enabled
Max Frame Excessive Link
---------------
---------
---------
Auto
10056
Discard
-------Down
4.20.19 show interface <port_type> <port_list>
Command:
show interface <port_type> <port_list> switchport [ access | trunk | hybrid ]
show
Show running system information
interface
Interface status and configuration
switchport
Show interface switchport information
access
Show access ports status
hybrid
Show hybrid ports status
trunk
Show trunk ports status
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the VLAN mode.
Example:
To display the VLAN mode for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 switchport
Name: GigabitEthernet 1/1
Administrative mode: access
Access Mode VLAN: 1
Trunk Native Mode VLAN: 1
Administrative Native VLAN tagging: disabled
Allowed VLANs: 1-4095
Hybrid port configuration
------------------------Port Type: C-Port
Acceptable Frame Type: All
Ingress filter: Disabled
Egress tagging: All except-native
Hybrid Native Mode VLAN: 1
Hybrid VLANs Enabled: 1-4095
4.20.20 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> veriphy
Command:
show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> veriphy
show
Show running system information
interface
Interface status and configuration
veriphy
Run cable diagnostics and show result.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the result of Cable Diagnostics.
Example:
To display the result of Cable Diagnostics for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
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Switch # show interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 veriphy
Starting VeriPHY - Please wait
Interface
Pair A Length Pair B, Length
----------------------
------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
OK
-----3
Pair C Length Pair D
Length
------
------
------
-------
OK
3
OK
-------
-------
OK
3
3
4.20.21 show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> veriphy
Command:
show interface <port_type> <port_type_list> veriphy
show
Show running system information
interface
veriphy
Interface status and configuration
Run cable diagnostics and show result.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the result of Cable Diagnostics.
Example:
To display the result of Cable Diagnostics for interface GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 veriphy
Starting VeriPHY - Please wait
Interface
Pair A Length Pair B, Length
----------------------
------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
OK
-----3
Pair C Length Pair D
Length
------
------
------
-------
OK
3
OK
-------
-------
OK
3
3
4.20.22 show interface vlan
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Command:
show interface vlan [ <vlist> ]
show
Show running system information
interface
vlan
Interface status and configuration
VLAN status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MAC address and IP address of specific VLAN.
Example:
To display the MAC address and IP address for all VLANs.
Switch # show interface vlan
VLAN1
LINK: 00-30-4F-00-99-00 Mtu:1500 <UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST>
IPv4: 192.168.0.100/24 192.168.0.255
IPv6: fe80:2::201:c1ff:fe00:9900/64 <ANYCAST TENTATIVE AUTOCONF>
4.20.23 show ip arp
Command:
show ip arp
show
ip
arp
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
Address Resolution Protocol
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the ARP table.
Example:
To display the ARP table for all.
Switch # show ip arp
192.168.0.45 via VLAN1:d4-3d-7e-fd-e3-ac
192.168.0.78 via VLAN1:00-30-4f-97-72-2d
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4.20.24 show ip arp inspection
Command:
show ip arp inspection
show
ip
arp
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
ARP inspection
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the ARP Inspection Configuration.
Example:
To display the ARP Inspection Configuration.
Switch # show ip arp inspection
ARP Inspection Mode : disabled
Port
Port Mode
Check VLAN
----------
Log Type
----
---------
--------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
disabled
disabled
NONE
GigabitEthernet 1/2
disabled
disabled
NONE
4.20.25 show ip arp inspection
Command:
show ip arp inspection [ interface <port_type> <port_type_list> ] | vlan <vlan_list> ]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
interface
vlan
ARP inspection
Interface status and configuration
VLAN status
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the ARP Inspection Configuration.
Example:
To display the ARP Inspection Configuration.
Switch # show ip arp inspection
ARP Inspection Mode : disabled
Port
Port Mode
Check VLAN
----------
Log Type
----
---------
--------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
disabled
disabled
NONE
GigabitEthernet 1/2
disabled
disabled
NONE
4.20.26 show ip arp inspection entry
Command:
show ip arp inspection entry [ dhcp-snooping | static ] [ interface ( <port_type>
[ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
ip
Internet Protocol
arp
Address Resolution Protocol
inspection
entry
ARP inspection
arp inspection entries
dhcp-snooping
static
learn from dhcp snooping
setting from static entries
interface
arp inspection entry interface config
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the ARP Inspection entry.
Example:
To display the ARP Inspection entry.
Switch # show ip arp inspection entry
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4.20.27 show ip dhcp detailed statistics
Command:
show ip dhcp detailed statistics { server | client | snooping | relay | normal-forward |
combined } [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
detailed
DHCP server
statistics
Traffic statistics
client
DHCP client
combined
Show all DHCP related statistics
normal-forward
DHCP normal L2 or L3 forward
relay
DHCP relay
server
DHCP server
snooping
interface
DHCP snooping
arp inspection entry interface config
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP detailed statistics.
Example:
To display the DHCP detailed statistics (Client) for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show ip dhcp detailed statistics client interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
GigabitEthernet 1/1 Statistics:
------------------------------Rx Discover:
0
Tx Discover:
0
Rx Offer:
0
Tx Offer:
0
Rx Request:
0
Tx Request:
0
Rx Decline:
0
Tx Decline:
0
Rx ACK:
0
Tx ACK:
0
Rx NAK:
0
Tx NAK:
0
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Rx Release:
0
Tx Release:
0
Rx Inform:
0
Tx Inform:
0
Rx Lease Query:
0
Tx Lease Query:
0
Rx Lease Unassigned:
0
Tx Lease Unassigned:
0
Rx Lease Unknown:
0
Tx Lease Unknown:
0
Rx Lease Active:
0
Tx Lease Active:
0
Rx Lease Active:
0
Tx Lease Active:
0
Rx Discarded checksum error:
0
4.20.28 show ip dhcp excluded-address
Command:
show ip dhcp excluded-address
show
ip
dhcp
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
excluded-address
Excluded IP database
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the excluded IP range.
Example:
To display the excluded IP range.
Switch # show ip dhcp excluded-address
Low Address
--------------01
High Address
---------------
192.168.0.100
192.168.0.101
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4.20.29 show ip dhcp pool
Command:
show ip dhcp pool [ <pool_name> ]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
pool
DHCP pools information
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP pools information.
Example:
To display the DHCP pools information.
Switch # show ip dhcp pool
Pool Name: test
---------------------------------------------Type is network
IP is 192.168.1.100
Subnet mask is 255.255.255.0
Subnet broadcast address is Lease time is 1 days 0 hours 0 minutes
Default router is 192.168.1.1
Domain name is DNS servers are 168.95.1.1 8.8.8.8
NTP server is Netbios name server is Netbios node type is Netbios scope identifier is NIS domain name is NIS server is Vendor class information is Client identifer is Hardware address is Client name is -
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4.20.30 show ip dhcp relay
Command:
show ip dhcp relay [ statistics ]
show
Show running system information
ip
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
relay
DHCP relay agent configuration
statistics
Traffic statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP relay information.
Example:
To display the DHCP relay information.
Switch # show ip dhcp relay
Switch DHCP relay mode is enabled
Switch DHCP relay server address is 192.168.0.76
Switch DHCP relay information option is enabled
Switch DHCP relay information policy is keep
4.20.31 show ip dhcp server
Command:
show ip dhcp server
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
server
DHCP server information
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Server Mode Configuration.
Example:
To display the DHCP Server Mode Configuration.
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Switch # show ip dhcp server
DHCP server is globally disabled.
All VLANs are disabled.
4.20.32 show ip dhcp server binding (GG)
Command:
show ip dhcp server binding [ state { allocated | committed | expired } ] [ type
{ automatic | manual | expired } ] [ <ip> ]
show
Show running system information
ip
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
server
DHCP server information
binding
DHCP address bindings
state
State of binding
allocated
Allocated state
committed
expired
type
Committed state
Expired state
Type of binding
automatic
Automatic binding with infinite lease time
expired
Expired binding that is aged out
manual
Manual binding for a specific host
<ip>
IP address in dotted-decimal notation
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Server binding configuration.
Example:
To display the DHCP Server binding configuration.
Switch # show ip dhcp server binding
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4.20.33 show ip dhcp server declined-ip (GG)
Command:
show ip dhcp server declined-ip
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
server
DHCP server information
declined-ip
Declined IP address
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Decline information.
Example:
To display the DHCP Decline information.
Switch # show ip dhcp server declined-ip
4.20.34 show ip dhcp server statistics
Command:
show ip dhcp server statistics
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
server
DHCP server information
statistics
DHCP server statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Server statistics.
Example:
To display the DHCP Server statistics.
Switch # show ip dhcp server statistics
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Database Counters
=========================
POOL
2
Excluded IP
1
Declined IP
0
=========================
Binding Counters
=========================
Automatic
Manual
Expired
0
0
0
=========================
Message Received Counters
=========================
DISCOVER
0
REQUEST
0
DECLINE
0
RELEASE
0
INFORM
0
=========================
Message Sent Counters
=========================
OFFER
0
ACK
0
NAK
0
=========================
4.20.35 show ip dhcp snooping
Command:
show ip dhcp snooping [interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] )]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
snooping
DHCP snooping
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interface
Select an interface to configure
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Snooping configuration.
Example:
To display the DHCP Snooping configuration for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show ip dhcp snooping interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
GigabitEthernet 1/1 untrusted
4.20.36 show ip dhcp snooping table
Command:
show ip dhcp snooping table
show
Show running system information
ip
Internet Protocol
dhcp
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
snooping
table
DHCP snooping
show ip dhcp snooping table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Snooping table.
Example:
To display the DHCP Snooping table.
Switch # show ip dhcp snooping table
4.20.37 show ip http server secure status
Command:
show ip http server secure status
show
Show running system information
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ip
Internet Protocol
http
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
server
HTTP web server
secure
Secure
status
Status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DHCP Snooping table.
Example:
To display the DHCP Snooping table.
Switch # show ip http server secure status
Switch secure HTTP web server is disabled
Switch secure HTTP web redirection is disabled
4.20.38 show ip igmp snooping
Command:
show ip igmp snooping [ vlan <vlan_list> ] [ group-database [ interface ( <port_type>
[ <port_type_list> ] ) ] [ sfm-information ] ] [ detail ]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
vlan
Snooping IGMP
Search by VLAN
group-database
interface
Search by port
sfm-information
detail
Multicast group database from IGMP
Including source filter multicast information from IGMP
Detail running information/statistics of IGMP snooping
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IGMP Snooping information.
Example:
To display the IGMP Snooping information (Detail).
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Switch # show ip igmp snooping detail
IGMP Snooping is disabled to stop snooping IGMP control plane.
Multicast streams destined to unregistered IGMP groups will be flooding.
4.20.39 show ip igmp snooping mrouter
Command:
show ip igmp snooping mrouter [ detail ]
show
Show running system information
ip
Internet Protocol
igmp
Internet Group Management Protocol
snooping
Snooping IGMP
mrouter
Multicast router port status in IGMP
detail
Detail running information/statistics of IGMP snooping
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IGMP Router Port information.
Example:
To display the IGMP Router Port information.
Switch # show ip igmp snooping mrouter
IGMP Snooping is disabled to stop snooping IGMP control plane.
Switch-1 IGMP Router Port Status
Gi 1/1: Static and Dynamic Router Port
4.20.40 show ip interface brief
Command:
show ip interface brief
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
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interface
brief
IP interface status and configuration
Brief IP interface status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP interface status.
Example:
To display the IP interface status.
Switch # show ip interface brief
Vlan Address
Method
Status
---- -------------------- -------- -----1 192.168.0.100/24
Manual
UP
4.20.41 show ip name-server
Command:
show ip name-server
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
name-server
Domain Name System
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the DNS Server information.
Example:
To display the DNS Server information.
Switch # show ip name-server
Current DNS server is 8.8.8.8 set by STATIC.
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4.20.42 show ip route
Command:
show ip route
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
route
Display the current ip routing table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP Routing table.
Example:
To display the IP Routing table.
Switch # show ip route
11.11.11.0/24 via 192.168.0.14 <UP GATEWAY HW_RT>
127.0.0.1/32 via 127.0.0.1 <UP HOST>
192.168.0.0/24 via VLAN1 <UP HW_RT>
224.0.0.0/4 via 127.0.0.1 <UP>
4.20.43 show ip source binding
Command:
show ip source binding [ dhcp-snooping | static ] [ interface ( <port_type>
[ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
source
source command
binding
ip source binding
dhcp-snooping
interface
static
learn from dhcp snooping
ip source binding interface config
setting from static entries
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Static IP Source Guard Table.
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Example:
To display the Static IP Source Guard Table.
Switch # show ip source binding interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Type
Port
----
----
Static
VLAN
IP Address
----
----------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
1 192.168.0.22
4.20.44 show ip ssh
Command:
show ip ssh
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
ssh
Secure Shell
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SSH Management status.
Example:
To display the SSH Management status.
Switch # show ip ssh
Switch SSH is enabled
4.20.45 show ip statistics
Command:
show ip statistics
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
statistics
Traffic statistics
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP statistics.
Example:
To display the IP statistics.
Switch # show ip statistics
IPv4 statistics:
Rcvd: 9751 total in 1454882 bytes
9606 local destination, 0 forwarding
0 header error, 0 address error, 0 unknown protocol
0 no route, 0 truncated, 145 discarded
Sent: 8087 total in 2703484 bytes
8087 generated, 0 forwarded
0 no route, 0 discarded
Frags: 0 reassemble (0 reassembled, 0 couldn't reassemble)
0 fragment (0 fragmented, 0 couldn't fragment)
0 fragment created
Mcast: 913 received in 99661 bytes
0 sent in 0 byte
Bcast: 768 received, 0 sent
IP interface statistics:
IPv4 Statistics on Interface VLAN: 1
Rcvd: 9751 total in 1454882 bytes
9606 local destination, 0 forwarding
0 header error, 0 address error, 0 unknown protocol
0 no route, 0 truncated, 145 discarded
Sent: 8087 total in 2703484 bytes
8087 generated, 0 forwarded
0 discarded
Frags: 0 reassemble (0 reassembled, 0 couldn't reassemble)
0 fragment (0 fragmented, 0 couldn't fragment)
0 fragment created
Mcast: 913 received in 99661 bytes
0 sent in 0 byte
Bcast: 768 received, 0 sent
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IPv4 ICMP statistics:
Rcvd: 2618 Messages, 0 Error
Sent: 2618 Messages, 0 Error
ICMP message statistics:
IPv4 ICMP Message: Echo Reply
Rcvd: 0 Packet
Sent: 2618 Packets
IPv4 ICMP Message: Echo
Rcvd: 2618 Packets
Sent: 0 Packet
4.20.46 show ip verify source
Command:
show ip verify source [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
ip
Show running system information
Internet Protocol
verify
verify command
source
verify source
interface
ip verify source interface config
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP Source Guard configuration.
Example:
To display the IP Source Guard configuration for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show ip verify source interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Port
Port Mode
----
---------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
enabled
Dynamic Entry Limit
------------------1
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4.20.47 show ipmc profile
Command:
show ipmc profile [ <profile_name> ] [ detail ]
show
Show running system information
ipmc
IPv4/IPv6 multicast configuration
profile
IPMC profile configuration
<ProfileName : word16>
detail
Profile name
Detail information of a profile
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP Multicast Profile.
Example:
To display the IP Multicast Profile.
Switch # show ipmc profile
IPMC Profile is now enabled to start filtering.
Profile: 1 (In VER-INI Mode)
Description: test
4.20.48 show ipmc range
Command:
show ipmc range [ <entry_name> ]
show
Show running system information
ipmc
IPv4/IPv6 multicast configuration
range
A range of IPv4/IPv6 multicast addresses for the profile
<EntryName : word16>
Range entry name
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP Multicast Range.
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Example:
To display the IP Multicast Range.
Switch # show ipmc range
Range Name
:1
Start Address: 224.24.24.24
End Address
: 224.24.24.25
4.20.49 show ipv6 interface
Command:
show ipv6 interface [ vlan <vlan_list> { brief | statistics } ]
show
Show running system information
ipv6
vlan
IPv6 configuration commands
VLAN of IPv6 interface
brief
Brief summary of IPv6 status and configuration
statistics
Traffic statistics
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IPv6 configuration.
Example:
To display the IPv6 configuration.
Switch # show ipv6 interface
IPv6 Vlan1 interface is up.
Internet address is 2001::7766
Internet address is fe80::201:c1ff:fe00:9900
Static address is 2001::7766/64
IP stack index (IFID) is 2
Routing is enabled on this interface
MTU is 1500 bytes
IPv6 Statistics on Interface VLAN: 1
Rcvd:
3 total in 168 bytes
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3 local destination, 0 forwarding
0 header error, 0 address error, 0 unknown protocol
0 no route, 0 truncated, 0 discarded
Sent: 17 total in 1104 bytes
17 generated, 0 forwarded
0 discarded
Frags: 0 reassemble (0 reassembled, 0 couldn't reassemble)
0 fragment (0 fragmented, 0 couldn't fragment)
0 fragment created
Mcast: 3 received in 168 bytes
17 sent in 1104 bytes
Bcast: 0 received, 0 sent
4.20.50 show ipv6 mld snooping
Command:
show ipv6 mld snooping [ vlan <vlan_list> ] [ group-database [ interface
( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ] [ sfm-information ] ] [ detail ]
show
Show running system information
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
vlan
Snooping MLD
Search by VLAN
group-database
interface
Search by port
sfm-information
detail
Multicast group database from MLD
Including source filter multicast information from MLD
Detail running information/statistics of MLD snooping
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MLD Snooping information.
Example:
To display the MLD Snooping information (Detail).
Switch # show ipv6 mld snooping detail
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MLD Snooping is disabled to stop snooping MLD control plane.
Multicast streams destined to unregistered MLD groups will be flooding.
4.20.51 show ipv6 mld snooping mrouter
Command:
show ip igmp snooping mrouter [ detail ]
show
Show running system information
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
mld
Multicast Listener Discovery
snooping
mrouter
detail
Snooping MLD
Multicast router port status in MLD
Detail running information/statistics of MLD snooping
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MLD Router Port information.
Example:
To display the MLD Router Port information.
Switch # show ipv6 mld snooping mrouter
MLD Snooping is enabled to start snooping MLD control plane.
Switch-1 MLD Router Port Status
Gi 1/1: Static and Dynamic Router Port
4.20.52 show ipv6 neighbor
Command:
show ipv6 neighbor [ interface vlan <vlan_list> ]
show
ipv6
Show running system information
IPv6 configuration commands
neighbor
IPv6 neighbors
interface
Select an interface to configure
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vlan
VLAN of IPv6 interface
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IPv6 neighbor information.
Example:
To display the IPv6 neighbor information.
Switch # show ipv6 neighbor
2001::7766 via VLAN1: 00-30-4F-00-99-00 Permanent/REACHABLE
fe80::201:c1ff:fe00:9900 via VLAN1: 00-30-4F-00-99-00 Permanent/REACHABLE
4.20.53 show ipv6 route
Command:
show ipv6 route [ interface vlan <vlan_list> ]
show
Show running system information
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
route
IPv6 routes
interface
vlan
Select an interface to configure
VLAN of IPv6 interface
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IPv6 Routing table.
Example:
To display the IPv6 Routing table.
Switch # show ipv6 route
::1/128 via ::1 <UP HOST>
2001::/64 via VLAN1 <UP HW_RT>
2001::7766/128 via 1:c100:9900:: <UP HOST>
2002::/64 via 2001::7788 <UP GATEWAY HW_RT>
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4.20.54 show ipv6 statistics
Command:
show ipv6 statistics [ system ] [ interface vlan <vlan_list> ] [ icmp ] [ icmp-msg
<type> ]
show
Show running system information
ipv6
IPv6 configuration commands
statistics
Traffic statistics
icmp
IPv6 ICMP traffic
icmp-msg
IPv6 ICMP traffic for designated message type
<Type : 0~255>
interface
vlan
ICMP message type ranges from 0 to 255
Select an interface to configure
IPv6 interface traffic
system
IPv6 system traffic
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IPv6 statistics.
Example:
To display the IPv6 statistics.
Switch # show ipv6 statistics
IPv6 statistics:
Rcvd: 24 total in 2064 bytes
6 local destination, 0 forwarding
0 header error, 0 address error, 0 unknown protocol
0 no route, 0 truncated, 18 discarded
Sent:
34 total in 2208 bytes
38 generated, 0 forwarded
0 no route, 0 discarded
Frags: 0 reassemble (0 reassembled, 0 couldn't reassemble)
0 fragment (0 fragmented, 0 couldn't fragment)
0 fragment created
Mcast: 24 received in 2064 bytes
34 sent in 2208 bytes
Bcast: 0 received, 0 sent
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IP interface statistics:
IPv6 Statistics on Interface VLAN: 1
Rcvd: 12 total in 1032 bytes
3 local destination, 0 forwarding
0 header error, 0 address error, 0 unknown protocol
0 no route, 0 truncated, 9 discarded
Sent: 17 total in 1104 bytes
17 generated, 0 forwarded
0 discarded
Frags: 0 reassemble (0 reassembled, 0 couldn't reassemble)
0 fragment (0 fragmented, 0 couldn't fragment)
0 fragment created
Mcast: 12 received in 1032 bytes
17 sent in 1104 bytes
Bcast: 0 received, 0 sent
IPv6 ICMP statistics:
Rcvd: 3 Messages, 0 Error
Sent: 19 Messages, 0 Error
ICMP message statistics:
IPv6 ICMP Message: Multicast Listener Report
Rcvd: 0 Packet
Sent: 10 Packets
IPv6 ICMP Message: Router Solicitation (NDP)
Rcvd: 3 Packets
Sent: 6 Packets
IPv6 ICMP Message: Neighbor Solicitation (NDP)
Rcvd: 0 Packet
Sent: 3 Packets
4.20.55 show lacp
Command:
show lacp { internal | statistics | system-id | neighbour }
show
Show running system information
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lacp
LACP configuration/status
internal
Internal LACP configuration
neighbour
statistics
Neighbour LACP status
Internal LACP statistics
system-id
LACP system id
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the LACP mode information.
Example:
To display the LACP mode information.
Switch # show lacp internal
Port
Mode
Key
Role
Timeout
--------------------
--------
----
------
Gi 1/1
Enabled
Auto
Active Fast
32768
Gi 1/2
Enabled
Auto
Active Fast
32768
Gi 1/3
Disabled
Auto
Active Fast
32768
-------
4.20.56 show line
Command:
show line [ alive ]
show
Show running system information
line
TTY line information
alive
Display information about alive lines
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the VTY information.
Example:
To display the VTY information.
Switch # show line alive
Line is con 0.
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* You are at this line now.
Alive from Console.
Default privileged level is 2.
Command line editing is enabled
Display EXEC banner is enabled.
Display Day banner is enabled.
Terminal width is 80.
length is 24.
history size is 32.
exec-timeout is 10 min 0 second.
Current session privilege is 15.
Elapsed time is 0 day 0 hour 17 min 20 sec.
Idle time is 0 day 0 hour 0 min 0 sec.
4.20.57 show link-oam
Command:
show link-oam { [ status ] [ link-monitor ] [ statistics ] } [ interface ( <port_type>
[ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
link-oam
Link OAM configuration
interface
Interface status and configuration
link-monitor
statistics
status
Display link-monitor status parameters
Display statistics parameters
Display local and remote node status parameters
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Link OAM information.
Example:
To display the Link OAM statistics for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show link-oam statistics interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
GigabitEthernet 1/1
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PDU stats
----------Information PDU TX:
0
Information PDU RX:
0
Variable request PDU RX:
0
Variable request PDU TX:
0
Variable response PDU RX:
0
Variable response PDU TX:
0
Loopback PDU RX:
0
Loopback PDU TX:
0
Link Unique event notification PDU TX:
0
Link Unique event notification PDU RX:
0
Link Duplicate event notification PDU TX: 0
Link Duplicate event notification PDU RX:
0
Org Specific PDU RX:
0
Org Specific PDU TX:
0
Unsupported PDU RX:
0
Unsupported PDU TX:
0
Link Fault PDU TX:
0
Link Fault PDU RX:
0
Dying gasp PDU TX:
0
Dying gasp PDU RX:
0
Critical event PDU TX:
0
Critical event PDU RX:
0
4.20.58 show lldp med media-vlan-policy
Command:
show lldp med media-vlan-policy [<0~31>]
show
Show running system information
lldp
Display LLDP neighbors information
med
Display LLDP-MED neighbors information
media-vlan-policy
<0~31>
Display media vlan policies
List of policies
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the LLDP-MED policy information.
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Example:
To display the LLDP-MED policy information.
Switch # show lldp med media-vlan-policy
Policy Id
0
Application Type
Tag
Voice
Vlan ID L2 Priority DSCP
Tagged
1
0
4.20.59 show lldp med remote-device
Command:
show lldp med remote-device [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
lldp
Display LLDP neighbors information
med
Display LLDP-MED neighbors information
remote-device
interface
Display remote device LLDP-MED neighbors information
Interface to display
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the LLDP-MED entries information.
Example:
To display the LLDP-MED entries information.
Switch # show lldp med remote-device
No LLDP-MED entries found
4.20.60 show lldp neighbors
Command:
show lldp neighbors [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
lldp
Show running system information
Display LLDP neighbors information
neighbors
interface
Display LLDP neighbors information
Interface to display
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the LLDP neighbors information.
Example:
To display the LLDP neighbors information.
Switch # show lldp neighbors
No LLDP entries found
4.20.61 show lldp statistics
Command:
show lldp statistics [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
lldp
Display LLDP neighbors information
statistics
Display LLDP statistics information
interface
Interface to display
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the LLDP statistics information.
Example:
To display the LLDP statistics information for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show lldp statistics interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Rx
Interface
Frames
---------
------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
Rx
Rx TLV
Discards Errors
0
Rx TLV
Tx
Frames
------
Rx
Errors
------
3030
0
Rx TLV
Unknown Organiz. Aged
--------
------
-------
0
0
0
-------0
---0
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4.20.62 show logging
Command:
show logging {<log_id> | error | info | warning } [ switch <switch_list> ]
show
Show running system information
logging
Syslog
<logging_id: 1-4294967295>
switch
Logging ID
Switch
<switch_list>
Switch ID list in 1
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Syslog information.
Example:
To display the Syslog information with Log ID 235861.
Switch # show logging 235861
Switch : 1
ID
: 235861
Level : Warning
Time
: 1970-01-01T13:33:57+00:00
Message:
Loop Detected: Port 5 shut down
4.20.63 show loop-protect
Command:
show loop-protect [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
loop-protect
interface
Show running system information
Loop protection configuration
Interface status and configuration
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Loop protection information.
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Example:
To display the Loop protection information for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show loop-protect interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Loop Protection Configuration
======================================
Loop Protection
: Enable
Transmission Time : 2 sec
Shutdown Time
: 2 sec
GigabitEthernet 1/1
-----------------------------Loop protect mode is enabled.
Actions are both of shutdown and log.
Transmit mode is enabled.
No loop.
The number of loops is 12390.
Time of last loop is at 1970-01-01T14:58:28+00:00
Status is down.
4.20.64 show mac address-table
Command:
show mac address-table [ conf | static | aging-time | { { learning | count } [ interface
( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ] } | { address <mac_addr> [ vlan <vlan_id> ] } |
vlan <vlan_id_1> | interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
mac
MAC Address Table information
address-table
MAC Address Table
address
MAC address lookup
aging-time
Aging time
conf
User added static MAC addresses
count
Total number of MAC addresses
interface
Select an interface to configure
learning
Learn/disable/secure state
static
All static MAC addresses
vlan
Addresses in this VLAN
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MAC address table.
Example:
To display the MAC address table for VLAN 1.
Switch # show mac address-table vlan 1
Type
VID
MAC Address
Ports
Static 1
33:33:00:00:00:01 GigabitEthernet 1/1-25 10GigabitEthernet 1/1-4 CPU
Static 1
33:33:00:00:00:02 GigabitEthernet 1/1-25 10GigabitEthernet 1/1-4 CPU
Static 1
33:33:ff:00:99:00 GigabitEthernet 1/1-25 10GigabitEthernet 1/1-4 CPU
Dynamic 1
Static
1
d4:3d:7e:fd:e3:ac GigabitEthernet 1/21
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
GigabitEthernet 1/1-25 10GigabitEthernet 1/1-4 CPU
4.20.65 show mep
Command:
show mep [ <instance> ] [ peer | cc | lm | dm | lt | lb | tst | aps | client | ais | lck ]
[ detail ]
show
Show running system information
mep
Maintenance Entity Point
<instance>
The range of MEP instances
ais
Show AIS state
aps
Show APS state
cc
Show CC state
client
Show Client state
detail
Show detailed state including configuration information.
dm
Show DM state
lb
Show LB state
lck
Show LCK state
lm
Show LM state
lt
Show LT state
peer
tst
Show peer mep state
Show TST state
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To display the MEP information.
Example:
To display the MEP instance 1 information.
Switch # show mep 1
MEP state is:
Inst
cLevel
1 False
cMeg cMep cAis
cLck
cSsf
aBlk
aTsf
False False False False True False True
4.20.66 show mvr
Command:
show mvr [ vlan <vlan_list> | name <mvr_name> ] [ group-database [ interface
( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ] [ sfm-information ] ] [ detail ]
show
Show running system information
mvr
Multicast VLAN Registration configuration
name
Search by MVR name
vlan
Search by VLAN
group-database
interface
Search by port
sfm-information
detail
Multicast group database from MVR
Including source filter multicast information from MVR
Detail information/statistics of MVR group database
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MVR information.
Example:
To display the MVR information.
Switch # show mvr
MVR is now enabled to start group registration.
Switch-1 MVR-IGMP Interface Status
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IGMP MVR VLAN 1 (Name is 1) interface is enabled.
Querier status is IDLE
RX IGMP Query:0 V1Join:0 V2Join:0 V3Join:0 V2Leave:0
TX IGMP Query:0 / (Source) Specific Query:0
Interface Channel Profile: <No Associated Profile>
Switch-1 MVR-MLD Interface Status
MLD MVR VLAN 1 (Name is 1) interface is enabled.
Querier status is IDLE
RX MLD Query:0 V1Report:0 V2Report:0 V1Done:0
TX MLD Query:0 / (Source) Specific Query:0
Interface Channel Profile: <No Associated Profile>
4.20.67 show network-clock
Command:
show network-clock
show
Show running system information
network-clock
Show selector state
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SyncE information.
Example:
To display the SyncE information.
Switch # show network-clock
Selector State is: Free Run
Alarm State is:
Clk:
1
2
LOCS:
FALSE
FALSE
SSM:
FALSE
FALSE
WTR:
FALSE
FALSE
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LOL:
FALSE
DHOLD:
TRUE
SSM State is:
Interface
GigabitEthernet 1/1
Tx SSM
QL_NONE
Rx SSM Mode
QL_LINK Master
4.20.68 show ntp status
Command:
show ntp status
show
ntp
Show running system information
Configure NTP
status
status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the NTP Server information.
Example:
To display the NTP Server information.
Switch # show ntp status
NTP Mode : enabled
Idx
--1
Server IP host address (a.b.c.d) or a host name string
-----------------------------------------------------192.168.0.44
2
3
4
5
4.20.69 show platform phy
Command:
show platform phy [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
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show
Show running system information
platform
phy
Platform specific information
PHYs' information
interface
Search by port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the PHY information.
Example:
To display the PHY information for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show platform phy interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Port
API Inst
WAN/LAN/1G Mode
----
---------
---------
----
1
Default
1G
ANEG
Duplex
Speed
Link
------
-----
----
-
-
No
4.20.70 show platform phy failover
Command:
show platform phy failover
show
Show running system information
platform
phy
Platform specific information
PHYs' information
failover
Failover status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the PHY failover status.
Example:
To display the PHY failover status.
Switch # show platform phy failover
Port
----
Active
Channel
Broadcast
After reset
------
-------
---------
------------
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4.20.71 show platform phy id
Command:
show platform phy id [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
platform
phy
id
Platform specific information
PHYs' information
id
interface
Search by port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the PHY ID.
Example:
To display the PHY ID for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show platform phy id interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Port
Channel
---1
API Base
------0
-------0 (1g)
Phy Id
Phy Rev.
------8634
-----0
4.20.72 show platform phy status
Command:
show platform phy status [ interface ( <port_type> [ <v_port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
platform
phy
Platform specific information
PHYs' information
status
interface
status
Search by port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the PHY status.
Example:
To display the PHY status.
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Switch # show platform phy status interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Port
Issues seen during 1G PHY warmstart
----
Issues during 10G PHY WS
-----------------------------------
1
------------------------
No
No
4.20.73 show port-security port
Command:
show port-security port [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
port-security
port
port-security
Show MAC Addresses learned by Port Security
interface
Search by port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MAC Addresses of Port Security.
Example:
To display the MAC Addresses of Port Security.
Switch # show port-security port interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
GigabitEthernet 1/1
------------------MAC Address
VID
State
-----------------
----
----------
Added
-------------------------
Age/Hold Time
-------------
<none>
4.20.74 show port-security switch
Command:
show port-security switch [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
port-security
switch
port-security
Show Port Security status
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interface
Search by port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the status of Port Security.
Example:
To display the status of Port Security.
Switch # show port-security switch interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
Users:
L = Limit Control
8 = 802.1X
D = DHCP Snooping
V = Voice VLAN
Interface
Users
State
MAC Cnt
-----------------------
-----
-------------
-------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
----
No users
0
4.20.75 show privilege
Command:
show privilege
show
Show running system information
privilege
Display command privilege
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Privilege information.
Example:
To display the Privilege information.
Switch # show privilege
4.20.76 show ptp <clockinst>
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Command:
show ptp <clockinst> { default | current | parent | time-property | filter | servo | clk |
ho | uni | master-table-unicast | slave | { { port-state | port-ds | wireless |
foreign-master-record } [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ] } }
show
Show running system information
ptp
Precision time Protocol (1588)
<Clockinst : 0-3>
clk
Show various PTP data
Show PTP slave clock options parameters.
current
Show PTP current data set (IEEE1588 paragraph 8.2.2).
default
Show PTP default data set (IEEE1588 paragraph 8.2.1).
filter
Show PTP filter parameters.
foreign-master-record
ho
Show PTP port foreign masters.
Show PTP slave holdover parameters.
interface
Search by port
master-table-unicast
parent
Show PTP master list of connected unicast slaves.
Show PTP parent data set (IEEE1588 paragraph 8.2.3).
port-ds
Show PTP port data set (IEEE1588 paragraph 8.2.5).
port-state
Show PTP port state.
servo
Show PTP servo parameters.
slave
Show PTP slave clock lock threshold parameters.
time-property
uni
Show PTP time properties data set (IEEE1588
paragraph 8.2.4).
Show PTP slave unicast configuration parameters.
wireless
Show PTP port wireless parameters.
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the PTP information.
Example:
To display the PTP default information for PTP instance 0.
Switch # show ptp 0 default
ClockId DeviceType 2StepFlag Ports
ClockIdentity
-------
----------
---------
-----
-----------------------
0
Ord-Bound
True
29
00:01:c1:ff:fe:00:99:00
ClockQuality
Pri1
Pri2
-------------------------
----
----
Cl:251 Ac:Unknwn Va:65535
128
Protocol
One-Way
128
VLAN Tag Enable
VID
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---------
-----------------
Ethernet
False
False
-----
----
1
0
4.20.77 show ptp <clockinst> local-clock
Command:
show ptp <clockinst> local-clock
show
ptp
Show running system information
Precision time Protocol (1588)
<Clockinst : 0-3>
local-clock
Show various PTP data
Show local clock current time
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the PTP current time.
Example:
To display the current time for PTP instance 0.
Switch # show ptp 0 local-clock
PTP Time (0)
: 1970-01-01T19:04:58+00:00 001,815,828
Clock Adjustment method: Internal Timer
4.20.78 show ptp <clockinst> slave-cfg
Command:
show ptp <clockinst> slave-cfg
show
ptp
Show running system information
Precision time Protocol (1588)
<Clockinst : 0-3>
slave-cfg
Show various PTP data
Show slave lock configuration
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the slave lock configuration.
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Example:
To display the slave lock configuration for PTP instance 0.
Switch # show ptp 0 slave-cfg
Stable Offset
Offset Ok
Offset Fail
-------------
-------------
-----------
1000
3000
1000
4.20.79 show ptp <clockinst> slave-table-unicast
Command:
show ptp <clockinst> slave-table-unicast
show
ptp
Show running system information
Precision time Protocol (1588)
<Clockinst : 0-3>
slave-table-unicast
Show various PTP data
Show the Unicast slave table of the requested unicast masters
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the unicast slave table.
Example:
To display the unicast slave table for PTP instance 0.
Switch # show ptp 0 slave-table-unicast
ip_addr
---------------
mac_addr
port
-----------------
----
Ann Sync
---
-----
4.20.80 show ptp ext
Command:
show ptp ext
show
Show running system information
ptp
Precision time Protocol (1588)
ext
Show the 1PPS and External clock output configuration and vcxo frequency rate adjustment option
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the external clock output configuration.
Example:
To display the external clock output configuration.
Switch # show ptp ext
PTP External One PPS mode: Output, Clock output enabled: True, frequency : 1, VCXO
enable: True
4.20.81 show pvlan
Command:
show pvlan [ <pvlan_list> ]
show
Show running system information
pvlan
PVLAN configuration
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Private VLAN membership configuration.
Example:
To display the Private VLAN membership configuration for all VLANs.
Switch # show pvlan
PVLAN ID
Ports
--------
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1
GigabitEthernet 1/1, GigabitEthernet 1/2, GigabitEthernet 1/3,
4.20.82 show pvlan isolation
Command:
show pvlan isolation [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
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pvlan
PVLAN configuration
isolation
show isolation configuration
interface
Search by port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the port isolation configuration.
Example:
To display the port isolation configuration.
Switch # show pvlan isolation
Port
Isolation
--------------------------------
---------
GigabitEthernet 1/1
Disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/2
Disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/3
Disabled
4.20.83 show qos
Command:
show qos [ { interface [ ( <port_type> [ <port> ] ) ] } | wred | { maps [ dscp-cos ]
[ dscp-ingress-translation ] [ dscp-classify ] [ cos-dscp ] [ dscp-egress-translation ] }
| { qce [ <qce> ] } ]
show
qos
Show running system information
Quality of Service
interface
maps
Interface
Global QoS Maps/Tables
cos-dscp
Map for cos to dscp
dscp-classify
dscp-cos
Map for dscp classify enable
Map for dscp to cos
dscp-egress-translation
Map for dscp egress translation
dscp-ingress-translation
Map for dscp ingress translation
qce
<qce>
wred
QoS Control Entry
QCE ID
Weighted Random Early Discard
Default:
N/A
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Usage Guide:
To display the QoS configuration.
Example:
To display the QoS configuration for GigabitEthernet 1/1.
Switch # show qos interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
qos cos 0
qos pcp 0
qos dpl 0
qos dei 0
qos trust tag disabled
qos map tag-cos pcp 0 dei 0 cos 1 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 0 dei 1 cos 1 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 1 dei 0 cos 0 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 1 dei 1 cos 0 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 2 dei 0 cos 2 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 2 dei 1 cos 2 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 3 dei 0 cos 3 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 3 dei 1 cos 3 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 4 dei 0 cos 4 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 4 dei 1 cos 4 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 5 dei 0 cos 5 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 5 dei 1 cos 5 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 6 dei 0 cos 6 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 6 dei 1 cos 6 dpl 1
qos map tag-cos pcp 7 dei 0 cos 7 dpl 0
qos map tag-cos pcp 7 dei 1 cos 7 dpl 1
qos trust dscp disabled
qos policer mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 0 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 1 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 2 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 3 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 4 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 5 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 6 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-policer queue 7 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos shaper mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos queue-shaper queue 0 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos queue-shaper queue 1 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
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qos queue-shaper queue 2 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos queue-shaper queue 3 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos queue-shaper queue 4 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos queue-shaper queue 5 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos queue-shaper queue 6 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos queue-shaper queue 7 mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps, excess: disabled
qos wrr mode: disabled, weight: q0:17 q1:17 q2:17 q3:17 q4:17 q5:17
qos tag-remark classified
qos map cos-tag cos 0 dpl 0 pcp 1 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 0 dpl 1 pcp 1 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 1 dpl 0 pcp 0 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 1 dpl 1 pcp 0 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 2 dpl 0 pcp 2 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 2 dpl 1 pcp 2 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 3 dpl 0 pcp 3 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 3 dpl 1 pcp 3 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 4 dpl 0 pcp 4 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 4 dpl 1 pcp 4 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 5 dpl 0 pcp 5 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 5 dpl 1 pcp 5 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 6 dpl 0 pcp 6 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 6 dpl 1 pcp 6 dei 1
qos map cos-tag cos 7 dpl 0 pcp 7 dei 0
qos map cos-tag cos 7 dpl 1 pcp 7 dei 1
qos dscp-translate disabled
qos dscp-classify disabled
qos dscp-remark disabled
qos storm unicast mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos storm broadcast mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
qos storm unknown mode: disabled, rate: 500 kbps
4.20.84 show radius-server
Command:
show radius-server [ statistics ]
show
Show running system information
radius-server
statistics
RADIUS configuration
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the RADIUS Server configuration.
Example:
To display the RADIUS Server configuration.
Switch # show radius-server
Global RADIUS Server Timeout
: 5 seconds
Global RADIUS Server Retransmit
: 3 times
Global RADIUS Server Deadtime
: 0 minutes
Global RADIUS Server Key
:
Global RADIUS Server Attribute 4 :
Global RADIUS Server Attribute 95 :
Global RADIUS Server Attribute 32 :
No hosts configured!
4.20.85 show rmon alarm
Command:
show rmon alarm [ <id_list> ]
show
Show running system information
rmon
RMON statistics
alarm
Display the RMON alarm table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the RMON Alarm configuration.
Example:
To display the RMON Alarm ID 1 configuration.
Switch # show rmon alarm 1
Alarm ID :
1
---------------Interval
Variable
: 30
: .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.20.1
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SampleType
Value
: deltaValue
:0
Startup
: risingOrFallingAlarm
RisingThrld
:2
FallingThrld
:1
RisingEventIndex : 2
FallingEventIndex : 1
4.20.86 show rmon event
Command:
show rmon event [ <id_list> ]
show
Show running system information
rmon
RMON statistics
event
Display the RMON event table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the RMON Event configuration.
Example:
To display the RMON Event ID 1 configuration.
Switch # show rmon event 1
Event ID :
1
---------------Description
Type
Community
LastSent
:2
: none
: public
: Never
4.20.87 show rmon history
Command:
show rmon history [ <id_list> ]
show
Show running system information
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rmon
RMON statistics
history
Display the RMON history table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the RMON History configuration.
Example:
To display the RMON History ID 1 configuration.
Switch # show rmon history 1
History ID :
1
-----------------Data Source
: .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.1.5
Data Bucket Request : 50
Data Bucket Granted : 50
Data Interval
: 1800
4.20.88 show rmon statistics
Command:
show rmon statistics [ <id_list> ]
show
Show running system information
rmon
RMON statistics
statistics
Display the RMON statistics table
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the RMON Statistics configuration.
Example:
To display the RMON Statistics ID 1 configuration.
Switch # show rmon statistics 1
Statistics ID :
1
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Data Source : .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.1.5
etherStatsDropEvents
:3
etherStatsOctets
: 10221727
etherStatsPkts
: 127086
etherStatsBroadcastPkts
: 45280
etherStatsMulticastPkts
: 70008
etherStatsCRCAlignErrors
:0
etherStatsUndersizePkts
:0
etherStatsOversizePkts
:0
etherStatsFragments
:0
etherStatsJabbers
:0
etherStatsCollisions
:0
etherStatsPkts64Octets
: 26017
etherStatsPkts65to127Octets
: 101063
etherStatsPkts128to255Octets
:5
etherStatsPkts256to511Octets
:1
etherStatsPkts512to1023Octets : 0
etherStatsPkts1024to1518Octets: 0
4.20.89 show running-config
Command:
show running-config [ all-defaults ] [feature <feature_name> [ all-defaults ]]
[interface vlan <list> [ all-defaults ] ]
[line { console | vty } <list> [ all-defaults ]]
[vlan <list> [ all-defaults ]]
show
Show running system information
running-config
all-defaults
feature
Show running system information
Include most/all default values
Show configuration for specific feature
<feature_name>
Valid words are 'GVRP' 'access' 'access-list' 'aggregation'
'arp-inspection' 'auth' 'clock'
'dhcp' 'dhcp-snooping''dhcp_server' 'dns' 'dot1x' 'eps' 'erps' 'evc' 'green-ethernet' 'http' 'icli'
'ip-igmp-snooping' 'ip-igmp-snooping-port' 'ip-igmp-snooping-vlan' 'ipmc-profile' 'ipmc-profile-range'
'ipv4' 'ipv6' 'ipv6-mld-snooping' 'ipv6-mld-snooping-port'
'ipv6-mld-snooping-vlan' 'lacp'
'link-oam' 'lldp' 'logging' 'loop-protect' 'mac' 'mep' 'monitor' 'mstp' 'mvr' 'mvr-port' 'network-clock' 'ntp'
'phy' 'poe' 'port' 'port-security' 'ptp' 'pvlan' 'qos' 'rmon' 'snmp' 'source-guard' 'ssh' 'upnp' 'user' 'vlan'
'voice-vlan' 'web-privilege-group-level'
all-defaults
interface
vlan
Include most/all default values
Show specific interface(s)
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Show line settings
console
vty
Console
VTY
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the running-config.
Example 1:
To display the running-config.
Switch # show running-config
Building configuration...
username admin privilege 15 password none
loop-protect
loop-protect transmit-time 2
loop-protect shutdown-time 2
!
vlan 1
!
!
!
Example 2:
To display the running-config with filtered MVR function
Switch # show running-config feature mvr
Building configuration...
!
vlan 1
!
!
!
mvr
mvr vlan 1 name 1
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4.20.90 show snmp
Command:
show snmp
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP information.
Example:
To display the SNMP information
Switch # show snmp
SNMP Configuration
SNMP Mode
: enabled
SNMP Version
: 2c
Read Community
: public
Write Community
: private
Trap Mode
: disabled
Trap Version
:1
SNMPv3 Communities Table:
Community
Source IP
: public
: 0.0.0.0
Source Mask : 0.0.0.0
Community
Source IP
: private
: 0.0.0.0
Source Mask : 0.0.0.0
SNMPv3 Users Table:
User Name
Engine ID
Security Level
: default_user
: 800007e5017f000001
: NoAuth, NoPriv
Authentication Protocol : None
Privacy Protocol
: None
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SNMPv3 Groups Table;
Security Model : v1
Security Name
: public
Group Name
: default_ro_group
Security Model : v1
Security Name
: private
Group Name
: default_rw_group
Security Model : v2c
Security Name
: public
Group Name
: default_ro_group
Security Model : v2c
Security Name
: private
Group Name
: default_rw_group
Security Model : v3
Security Name
: default_user
Group Name
: default_rw_group
SNMPv3 Accesses Table:
Group Name
: default_ro_group
Security Model
Security Level
: any
: NoAuth, NoPriv
Read View Name
: default_view
Write View Name : <no writeview specified>
Group Name
: default_rw_group
Security Model
Security Level
: any
: NoAuth, NoPriv
Read View Name
: default_view
Write View Name : default_view
SNMPv3 Views Table:
View Name
: default_view
OID Subtree : .1
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View Type
: included
4.20.91 show snmp access
Command:
show snmp access [ <group_name> { v1 | v2c | v3 | any } { auth | noauth | priv } ]
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
access
access configuration
<GroupName : word32>
group name
any
any security model
v1
v1 security model
v2c
v2c security model
v3
v3 security model
auth
authNoPriv Security Level
noauth
noAuthNoPriv Security Level
priv
authPriv Security Level
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP Access information.
Example:
To display the SNMP Access information
Switch # show snmp access
Group Name
Security Model
Security Level
Read View Name
: default_ro_group
: any
: NoAuth, NoPriv
: default_view
Write View Name : <no writeview specified>
Group Name
Security Model
Security Level
Read View Name
: default_rw_group
: any
: NoAuth, NoPriv
: default_view
Write View Name : default_view
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4.20.92 show snmp community v3
Command:
show snmp community v3 [ <community> ]
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
community
v3
Community
SNMPv3
<Community : word127>
Specify community name
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMPv3 Community information.
Example:
To display the SNMPv3 Community information
Switch # show snmp community v3
Community
Source IP
: public
: 0.0.0.0
Source Mask : 0.0.0.0
Community
Source IP
: private
: 0.0.0.0
Source Mask : 0.0.0.0
4.20.93 show snmp host
Command:
show snmp host [ <conf_name> ] [ system ] [ switch ] [ interface ] [ aaa ]
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
host
Set SNMP host's configurations
<ConfName : word32>
aaa
interface
switch
system
Name of the host configuration
AAA event group
Interface event group
Switch event group
System event group
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP Host information.
Example:
To display the SNMP Host information
Switch # show snmp host
Trap Global Mode: Disabled
4.20.94 show snmp mib context
Command:
show snmp mib context
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
mib
MIB(Management Information Base)
context
MIB context
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP MIB contexts.
Example:
To display the SNMP MIB contexts.
Switch # show snmp mib context
BRIDGE-MIB :
- dot1dBase (.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.1)
- dot1dTp (.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4)
Dot3-OAM-MIB :
- dot3OamMIB (.1.3.6.1.2.1.158)
ENTITY-MIB :
- entityMIBObjects (.1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1)
EtherLike-MIB :
- transmission (.1.3.6.1.2.1.10)
IEEE8021-MSTP-MIB :
- ieee8021MstpMib (.1.3.111.2.802.1.1.6)
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IEEE8021-PAE-MIB :
- ieee8021paeMIB (.1.0.8802.1.1.1.1)
IEEE8023-LAG-MIB :
- lagMIBObjects (.1.2.840.10006.300.43.1)
IF-MIB :
- ifMIB (.1.3.6.1.2.1.31)
IP-FORWARD-MIB :
- ipForward (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.24)
IP-MIB :
- ipv4InterfaceTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.28)
- ipv6InterfaceTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.30)
- ipTrafficStats (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.31)
- ipAddressTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.34)
- ipNetToPhysicalTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.35)
- ipv6ScopeZoneIndexTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.36)
- ipDefaultRouterTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4.37)
- icmpStatsTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.5.29)
- icmpMsgStatsTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.5.30)
LLDP-EXT-MED-MIB :
- lldpXMedMIB (.1.0.8802.1.1.2.1.5.4795.1)
LLDP-MIB :
- lldpObjects (.1.0.8802.1.1.2.1)
MAU-MIB :
- snmpDot3MauMgt (.1.3.6.1.2.1.26)
MGMD-MIB :
- mgmdMIBObjects (.1.3.6.1.2.1.185.1)
P-BRIDGE-MIB :
- pBridgeMIB (.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.6)
POWER-ETHERNET-MIB :
- powerEthernetMIB (.1.3.6.1.2.1.105)
Q-BRIDGE-MIB :
- qBridgeMIB (.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.7)
RADIUS-ACC-CLIENT-MIB :
- radiusAccClientMIBObjects (.1.3.6.1.2.1.67.2.2.1)
RADIUS-AUTH-CLIENT-MIB :
- radiusAuthClientMIBObjects (.1.3.6.1.2.1.67.1.2.1)
RFC1213-MIB :
- system (.1.3.6.1.2.1.1)
- interfaces (.1.3.6.1.2.1.2)
- ip (.1.3.6.1.2.1.4)
- snmp (.1.3.6.1.2.1.5)
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- tcp (.1.3.6.1.2.1.6)
- udp (.1.3.6.1.2.1.7)
RMON-MIB :
- statistics (.1.3.6.1.2.1.16.1)
- history (.1.3.6.1.2.1.16.2)
- alarm (.1.3.6.1.2.1.16.3)
- event (.1.3.6.1.2.1.16.9)
SMON-MIB :
- switchRMON (.1.3.6.1.2.1.16.22)
SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB :
- snmpEngine (.1.3.6.1.6.3.10.2.1)
SNMP-MPD-MIB :
- dot1dTpHCPortTable (.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.5)
- snmpMPDStats (.1.3.6.1.6.3.11.2.1)
SNMP-USER-BASED-SM-MIB :
- usmStats (.1.3.6.1.6.3.15.1.1)
- usmUserTable (.1.3.6.1.6.3.15.1.2)
SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB :
- vacmContextTable (.1.3.6.1.6.3.16.1.1)
- vacmSecurityToGroupTable (.1.3.6.1.6.3.16.1.2)
- vacmAccessTable (.1.3.6.1.6.3.16.1.4)
- vacmMIBViews (.1.3.6.1.6.3.16.1.5)
4.20.95 show snmp mib ifmib ifIndex
Command:
show snmp mib ifmib ifIndex
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
mib
MIB(Management Information Base)
ifmib
IF-MIB
ifIndex
The IfIndex that is defined in IF-MIB
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP MIB ifIndex contexts.
Example:
To display the SNMP MIB ifIndex contexts.
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ifIndex
ifDescr
----------
Interface
-------------------------------------
---------
1 Switch 1 - Port
1
GigabitEthernet 1/1
2 Switch 1 - Port
2
GigabitEthernet 1/2
3 Switch 1 - Port
3
GigabitEthernet 1/3
4 Switch 1 - Port
4
GigabitEthernet 1/4
5 Switch 1 - Port
5
GigabitEthernet 1/5
6 Switch 1 - Port
6
GigabitEthernet 1/6
7 Switch 1 - Port
7
GigabitEthernet 1/7
8 Switch 1 - Port
8
GigabitEthernet 1/8
9 Switch 1 - Port
9
GigabitEthernet 1/9
10 Switch 1 - Port 10
GigabitEthernet 1/10
11 Switch 1 - Port 11
GigabitEthernet 1/11
12 Switch 1 - Port 12
GigabitEthernet 1/12
13 Switch 1 - Port 13
GigabitEthernet 1/13
14 Switch 1 - Port 14
GigabitEthernet 1/14
15 Switch 1 - Port 15
GigabitEthernet 1/15
16 Switch 1 - Port 16
GigabitEthernet 1/16
17 Switch 1 - Port 17
GigabitEthernet 1/17
18 Switch 1 - Port 18
GigabitEthernet 1/18
19 Switch 1 - Port 19
GigabitEthernet 1/19
20 Switch 1 - Port 20
GigabitEthernet 1/20
21 Switch 1 - Port 21
GigabitEthernet 1/21
22 Switch 1 - Port 22
GigabitEthernet 1/22
23 Switch 1 - Port 23
GigabitEthernet 1/23
24 Switch 1 - Port 24
GigabitEthernet 1/24
25 Switch 1 - Port 25
10GigabitEthernet 1/1
26 Switch 1 - Port 26
10GigabitEthernet 1/2
27 Switch 1 - Port 27
10GigabitEthernet 1/3
28 Switch 1 - Port 28
10GigabitEthernet 1/4
29 Switch 1 - Port 29
GigabitEthernet 1/25
50001
VLAN
1
vlan 1
60001 IP Interface 1
vlan 1
4.20.96 show snmp security-to-group
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show snmp security-to-group [ { v1 | v2c | v3 } <security_name> ]
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
security-to-group
security-to-group configuration
v1
v1 security model
v2c
v2c security model
v3
v3 security model
<SecurityName : word32>
security group name
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP Group information.
Example:
To display the SNMP Group information.
Switch # show snmp security-to-group
Security Model : v1
Security Name
Group Name
: public
: default_ro_group
Security Model : v1
Security Name
Group Name
: private
: default_rw_group
Security Model : v2c
Security Name
Group Name
: public
: default_ro_group
Security Model : v2c
Security Name
Group Name
: private
: default_rw_group
Security Model : v3
Security Name
Group Name
: default_user
: default_rw_group
4.20.97 show snmp user
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Command:
show snmp user [ <username> <engineID> ]
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
user
User
<Username : word32>
<Engiedid : word10-32>
Security user name
Security Engine ID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP User information.
Example:
To display the SNMP User information.
Switch # show snmp user
User Name
: default_user
Engine ID
: 800007e5017f000001
Security Level
: NoAuth, NoPriv
Authentication Protocol : None
Privacy Protocol
: None
4.20.98 show snmp view
Command:
show snmp view [ <view_name> <oid_subtree> ]
show
Show running system information
snmp
Display SNMP configurations
view
MIB view configuration
<ViewName : word32>
<OidSubtree : word255>
MIB view name
MIB view OID
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the SNMP viewer information.
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Example:
To display the SNMP viewer information.
Switch # show snmp view
View Name
: default_view
OID Subtree : .1
View Type
: included
4.20.99 show spanning-tree
Command:
show
spanning-tree
[
summary
|
active
|
{
interface
(
<port_type>
[ <port_type_list> ] ) } | { detailed [ interface ( <port_type> [ <port_type_list> ] ) ] } |
{
mst
[
configuration
|
{
<instance>
[
interface
[ <port_type_list> ] ) ] } ] } ]
show
Show running system information
spanning-tree
active
STP Bridge
STP active interfaces
detailed
STP statistics
interface
Choose port
summary
mst
STP summary
Configuration
configuration
<Instance : 0-7>
STP bridge instance no (0-7, CIST=0, MST1=1...)
Choose port
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the STP information.
Example:
To display the STP information.
Switch # show spanning-tree
CIST Bridge STP Status
Bridge ID
: 32768.00-30-4F-00-99-00
Root ID
: 32768. 00-30-4F-00-99-00
Root Port
:-
Root PathCost: 0
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Regional Root: 32768. 00-30-4F-00-99-00
Int. PathCost: 0
Max Hops
: 20
TC Flag
: Steady
TC Count
:0
TC Last
:-
Port
Port Role
---------
--------------
State
---------- ---
Pri PathCost Edge P2P Uptime
-------- ----
---
-------------
4.20.100 show switchport forbidden
Command:
show switchport forbidden [ { vlan <vid> } | { name <name> } ]
show
Show running system information
switchport
Display switching mode characteristics
forbidden
name
vlan
Lookup VLAN Forbidden port entry
name - Show forbidden access for specific VLAN name
vid - Show forbidden access for specific VLAN id
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the VLAN Forbidden port entry.
Example:
To display the VLAN Forbidden port entry.
Switch # show switchport forbidden
VID
----
Interfaces
----------
2
1
4.20.101 show tacacs-server
Command:
show tacacs-server
show
Show running system information
tacacs-server
TACACS+ configuration
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the TACACS+ Server configuration.
Example:
To display the TACACS+ Server configuration.
Switch # show tacacs-server
Global TACACS+ Server Timeout
: 5 seconds
Global TACACS+ Server Deadtime
: 0 minutes
Global TACACS+ Server Key
:
No hosts configured!
4.20.102 show terminal
Command:
show terminal
show
Show running system information
terminal
Display terminal configuration parameters
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the your login information.
Example:
To display the your login information.
Switch # show terminal
Line is con 0.
* You are at this line now.
Alive from Console.
Default privileged level is 2.
Command line editing is enabled
Display EXEC banner is enabled.
Display Day banner is enabled.
Terminal width is 80.
length is 24.
history size is 32.
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exec-timeout is 10 min 0 second.
Current session privilege is 15.
Elapsed time is 0 day 1 hour 12 min 15 sec.
Idle time is 0 day 0 hour 0 min 0 sec.
4.20.103 show upnp
Command:
show upnp
show
Show running system information
upnp
Display UPnP configurations
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the UPnP information.
Example:
To display the UPnP information.
Switch # show upnp
UPnP Mode
: Disabled
UPnP TTL
:4
UPnP Advertising Duration : 100
4.20.104 show users
Command:
show users [ myself ]
show
Show running system information
users
Display information about terminal lines
myself
Display information about mine
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the user status.
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Example:
To display the user status for all.
Switch # show users
Line is con 0.
* You are at this line now.
Connection is from Console.
User name is admin.
Privilege is 15.
Elapsed time is 0 day 1 hour 20 min 49 sec.
Idle time is 0 day 0 hour 0 min 0 sec.
Line is vty 0.
Connection is from 192.168.0.45:49527 by Telnet.
User name is admin.
Privilege is 15.
Elapsed time is 0 day 0 hour 8 min 46 sec.
Idle time is 0 day 0 hour 8 min 42 sec.
4.20.105 show version
Command:
show version
show
Show running system information
version
System hardware and software status
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the software and system information.
Example:
To display the software and system information.
Switch # show verison
MAC Address
System Contact
System Name
: 00-30-4f-00-99-00
:
:
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System Location
:
System Time
: 1970-01-01T22:56:08+00:00
System Uptime
: 22:56:08
Active Image
-----------Image
: managed
Version
: 000
Date
: 2013-12-06T15:22:03+01:00
Alternate Image
--------------Image
: managed.bk
Version
: 000
Date
: 2013-10-02T15:15:04+02:00
Product
: Planet Best Switch
Software Version : 000
Build Date
: 2013-12-06T15:22:03+01:00
4.20.106 show vlan
Command:
show vlan [ id <vlan_list> | name <name> | brief ]
show
Show running system information
vlan
VLAN status
id
VLAN status by VLAN id
name
VLAN status by VLAN name
brief
VLAN summary information
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the VLAN information.
Example:
To display the VLAN information.
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Switch # show vlan
VLAN Name
---1
Interfaces
-------------------------------- ---------default
Gi 1/1-25 10G 1/1-4
4.20.107 show vlan ip-subnet
Command:
show vlan ip-subnet [ id <subnet_id> ]
show
Show running system information
vlan
VLAN status
ip-subnet
id
Show VLAN ip-subnet entries
Show a specific ip-subnet entry
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the IP-based VLAN information.
Example:
To display the IP-based VLAN information.
Switch # show vlan ip-subnet
VCE ID IP Address
-----1
---------------
Mask Length VID
----------- ----
192.168.78.0
Interfaces
----------
24
5
GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.20.108 show vlan mac
Command:
show vlan mac [ address <mac_addr> ]
show
Show running system information
vlan
VLAN status
mac
Show VLAN MAC entries
address
Show a specific MAC entry
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Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the MAC-based VLAN information.
Example:
To display the MAC-based VLAN information.
Switch # show vlan mac
MAC Address
-----------
VID
---
00-40-55-00-00-00
Interfaces
---------1
GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.20.109 show vlan protocol
Command:
show vlan protocol [ eth2 { <etype> | arp | ip | ipx | at } ] [ snap { <oui> | rfc-1042 |
snap-8021h } <pid> ] [ llc <dsap> <ssap> ]
show
Show running system information
vlan
VLAN status
protocol
eth2
Protocol-based VLAN status
Ethernet protocol based VLAN status
<etype>
Ether Type(Range: 0x600 - 0xFFFF)
arp
Ether Type is ARP
at
Ether Type is AppleTalk
ip
Ether Type is IP
ipx
llc
Ether Type is IPX
LLC-based VLAN status
<dsap>
DSAP (Range: 0x00 - 0xFF)
<ssap>
SSAP (Range: 0x00 - 0xFF)
snap
SNAP-based VLAN status
<oui>
SNAP OUI (Range 0x000000 - 0XFFFFFF)
rfc-1042
SNAP OUI is rfc-1042
snap-8021h
<pid>
SNAP OUI is 8021h
PID (Range: 0x0 - 0xFFFF)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
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To display the Protocol-based VLAN information.
Example:
To display the Protocol-based VLAN information.
Switch #
show vlan protocol
Protocol Type
Protocol (Value)
Group ID
-------------
------------------------
--------
LLC_SNAP
OUI-00:e0:2b; PID:0x1
q
Switch 1
--------Group ID
VID
Ports
----------------
----
-----
q
2
GigabitEthernet 1/1
4.20.110 show voice vlan
Command:
show voice vlan [ oui <oui> | interface ( <port_type> [ <port_list> ] ) ]
show
Show running system information
voice
Voice appliance attributes
vlan
Vlan for voice traffic
interface
Select an interface to configure
oui
OUI configuration
<oui>
OUI value
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Voice VLAN information.
Example:
To display the Voice VLAN information for GigabitEthernet 1/1
Switch #
show voice vlan interface GigabitEthernet 1/1
GigabitEthernet 1/1 :
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GigabitEthernet 1/1 switchport voice vlan mode is auto
GigabitEthernet 1/1 switchport voice security is disabled
GigabitEthernet 1/1 switchport voice discovery protocol is oui
4.20.111 show web privilege group
Command:
show web privilege group [ <group_name> ] level
show
Show running system information
web
Web
privilege
Web privilege
group
Web privilege group
<group_name>
Valid words are 'Aggregation' 'DHCP' 'Debug' 'Dhcp_Client'
'Diagnostics' 'EPS' 'ERPS'
'ETH_LINK_OAM' 'EVC' 'Green_Ethernet' 'IP2' 'IPMC_Snooping' 'LACP' 'LLDP' 'Loop_Protect'
'MAC_Table' 'MEP' 'MVR' 'Maintenance' 'Mirroring' 'NTP' 'POE' 'PTP' 'Ports'
'Private_VLANs' 'QoS' 'RPC' 'Security' 'Spanning_Tree' 'System' 'Timer' 'UPnP' 'VCL'
'VLAN_Translation' 'VLANs' 'Voice_VLAN' 'XXRP' 'ZL_3034X_API'
level
Web privilege group level
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To display the Web privilege group.
Example:
To display the Web privilege group
Switch #
show web privilege group level
Group Name
Privilege Level
CRO CRW SRO SRW
-------------------------------- --- --- --- --Aggregation
6 10
Debug
15
DHCP
5 10
15 15 15
5 10
5
10
Dhcp_Client
5 10
5 10
Diagnostics
5 10
5 10
EPS
5 10
5
10
ERPS
5 10
5
10
ETH_LINK_OAM
5 10
5
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EVC
5 10
5
10
Green_Ethernet
5 10
5
10
IP2
5 10
5 10
IPMC_Snooping
5 10
5
10
LACP
5 10
5
10
LLDP
5 10
5
10
Loop_Protect
MAC_Table
Maintenance
MEP
5 10
5 10
5
15 15 15
5 10
Mirroring
5 10
5 10
10
15
5
10
5 10
MVR
5 10
5
10
NTP
5 10
5
10
POE
5 10
5
10
Ports
5 10
1 10
Private_VLANs
5 10
5 10
PTP
5 10
5
10
QoS
5 10
5
10
RPC
5 10
5
10
Security
5 10
5 10
Spanning_Tree
5 10
5 10
System
5 10
1
Timer
5 10
10
5 10
UPnP
5 10
5
10
VCL
5 10
5
10
VLAN_Translation
5 10
5 10
VLANs
5 10
5
10
Voice_VLAN
5 10
5
10
XXRP
5 10
5
10
ZL_3034X_API
5 10
5
10
4.21 terminal
4.21.1 terminal editing
Command:
terminal editing
terminal
Set terminal line parameters
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editing
Enable command line editing
Default:
Enabled
Usage Guide:
To enable editing mode for current terminal session.
Example:
To enable editing mode for current terminal session.
Switch # terminal editing
4.21.2 terminal exec-timeout
Command:
terminal exec-timeout <min> [ <sec> ]
terminal
Set terminal line parameters
exec-timeout
<min>
Set the EXEC timeout
Timeout in minutes
<sec>
Timeout in seconds
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure idle timeout of EXEC mode for current terminal session.
Example:
To configure idle timeout with 500 minutes of EXEC mode for current terminal session.
Switch # terminal exec-timeout 500
4.21.3 terminal history size
Command:
terminal history size <history_size>
terminal
history
Set terminal line parameters
Control the command history function
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size
Set history buffer size
<history_size>
Number of history commands, 0 means disable
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure history buffer side for current terminal session.
Example:
To configure history buffer side with 20 lines for current terminal session.
Switch # terminal history size 20
4.21.4 terminal length
Command:
terminal length <lines>
terminal
length
Set terminal line parameters
Set number of lines on a screen
<lines: 0 or 3-512>
Number of lines on screen (0 for no pausing)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure length of command display for current terminal session.
Example:
To configure length of command display with 5 lines for current terminal session.
Switch # terminal length 5
Switch # show run
Building configuration...
username admin privilege 15 password none
loop-protect
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4.21.5 terminal width
Command:
terminal width <lines>
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terminal
width
Set terminal line parameters
Set width of the display terminal
<lines:0 or 40-512>
Number of characters on a screen line (0 for unlimited width)
Default:
N/A
Usage Guide:
To configure width of command display for current terminal session.
Example:
To configure width of command display with 40 characters per line for current terminal session.
Switch # terminal width 40
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