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    © 2010 Dell Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction of these materials in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Inc. is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: Dell, the DELL logo, Inspiron, Dell Precision, Dimension, OptiPlex, Latitude, PowerEdge, PowerVault, PowerApp, and Dell OpenManage are trademarks of Dell Inc.;...

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  • Page 13: About This Document

    Chapter 7, “Link Aggregation Control Protocol Commands” describes the commands to clear counters of all LACP aggregators or a given LACP aggregator. • Chapter 8, “Layer 2 System Commands” describes the commands to configure Layer 2 features. • Chapter 9, “FCoE Configuration Commands”...

  • Page 14: Supported Hardware And Software

    Supported hardware and software The following hardware platform is supported in this release: • Dell M8428-k Within this manual, any appearance of the term “Dell FCoE hardware” is referring to: • Dell M8428-k • Dell FCOE10-24 port blade •...

  • Page 15: Command Syntax Conventions

    Safety labels are also attached directly to products to warn of these conditions or situations. Notice to the reader This document may contain references to the trademarks of the following corporations. These trademarks are the properties of their respective companies and corporations. Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 16: Getting Technical Help

    Dell product catalog. Dell provides several online and telephone-based support and service options. Availability varies by country and product, and some services may not be available in your area. To contact Dell for sales, technical support, or customer service issues: 1.

  • Page 17: In This Chapter

    Accessing the Dell CEE Switch ........

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    Port Mirroring, and ACL features. switch (config-ceemap)# the following feature names: • cee-map FCoE map: • fcoe-map switch (config-fcoe-map)# • mac access-list • monitor session Standard ACL: switch (conf-macl-std)# Extended ACL: switch (conf-macl-ext)# Port Mirror: switch(config-mon-sess-1 Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 19: L2 Acl Commands

    However, the interface port operands are usually interchangeable, so to simplify the syntax portion of these commands, they have been condensed to {in | ex}tengigabitethernet. This syntax means that the word tengigabitethernet must be preceded by either in or ex, with no spaces. Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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    Internal and external 10 Gbps Ethernet interfaces syntax Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Configuration Management Commands

    Source password []? To copy the source file from a remote machine using SCP: switch#copy scp://user:password@10.10.10.10/file1 file2 To copy the source file from a local switch: switch#copy flash://file1 file2 See Also write erase, copy running-config Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 22: Copy Startup-config

    Source password []? Building configuration... To copy the startup configuration file to a remote server through SCP: switch#copy startup-config scp://admin@10.10.10.10/file2 Source password []? Building configuration... See Also write erase, copy running-config Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 23: Delete

    To delete a file from the Flash: switch#delete file1 % Warning: File will be deleted (from flash:)! Continue?(y/n):y [or] switch#delete flash://file1 % Warning: File will be deleted (from flash:)! Continue?(y/n):y See Also copy startup-config Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 24: Dir

    Wed Feb 4 07:08:49 2009 startup_rmon_config -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 07:10:30 2009 rmon_config -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 07:12:33 2009 rmon_configuration -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 10:18:15 2009 starup-config See Also delete Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 25: Disable

    This is the only command that allows you to return to the EXEC mode. Using the exit or quit Guidelines commands from the Privileged EXEC mode ends the session instead of returning to the EXEC mode. Examples To return to the EXEC mode: switch#disable switch> See Also enable, end, exit Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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    Wed Feb 4 07:08:49 2009 startup_rmon_config -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 07:10:30 2009 rmon_config -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 07:12:33 2009 rmon_configuration -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 10:48:59 2009 starup-config switch(config)# See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 27: Enable

    To return to the EXEC mode from Privileged EXEC mode, use the disable command. Using the exit Guidelines or quit command from the Privileged EXEC mode ends the session. Examples To enable the Privileged EXEC mode: switch> enable switch# See Also disable Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 28: End

    Use this command to return to the Privileged EXEC command mode from any command mode. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To return to the Privileged EXEC mode from interface configuration mode: switch(config)#interface intengigabitethernet 0/0 switch(conf-if-te-0/0)#end switch# See Also exit, disable, enable Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 29: Erase Flash

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To erase the files from the Flash: switch#erase flash %% Warning: Erasing flash filesystem will remove all files in flash://. Continue to erase?(y/n):y switch# See Also dir, delete Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 30: Exec-timeout

    An exec-timeout setting of 0 (zero) causes the Telnet session to wait indefinitely. Examples To configure the wait interval for the console session: switch(config)#line console 0 switch(conf-line)#exec-timeout 2 30 switch(config)#line vty 0 9 switch(conf-line)#exec-timeout 30 30 See Also show line, line vty, line console Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 31: Exit

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To exit the Interface configuration mode, and return to the Configuration mode: switch(config)#interface intengigabitethernet 0/0 switch(conf-if-te-0/0)#exit switch(config)#exit See Also end, enable, disable Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 32: Fos

    Use this command to execute the following Fabric OS commands from the cmsh shell. alishow cfgactvshow cfgshow errclear errshow fabricshow fcoe firmwareshow ipaddrshow nsallshow nscamshow nsshow portcfg portcfgshow portdisable portenable porterrshow portlogshow portperfshow portrouteshow portstatsclear portstatsshow slotpoweroff slotpoweron slotshow Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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    No_Module No_Module No_Module No_Module No_Module No_Module Online FCoE F-Port 20:08:00:05:1e:76:42:00 Online FCoE F-Port 20:09:00:05:1e:76:42:00 Online FCoE F-Port 20:0a:00:05:1e:76:42:00 Online FCoE F-Port 20:0b:00:05:1e:76:42:00 Online FCoE F-Port 20:0c:00:05:1e:76:42:00 Online FCoE F-Port 20:0d:00:05:1e:76:42:00 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 34: Line Console

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To configure the wait interval for the console session: switch>enable switch#configure terminal switch(config)#line console 0 switch(config-line)#exec-timeout 2 30 switch(config-line)#exit See Also show line Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 35: Line Vty

    To configure the wait interval for the telnet session to time out after 2 minutes, 30 seconds if there is no response from the user: switch#configure terminal switch(config)#line vty 23 31 switch(conf-line)#exec-timeout 2 30 See Also show line Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 36: Protect-mode Enable

    Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Privileged EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines Use no protect-mode enable to disable this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 37: Pwd

    Modes Description Use this command to view the current working directory. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To view the current working directory: switch#pwd flash: See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 38: Rename

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To rename a file in the Flash: switch#rename file1 file2 switch#dir Contents of flash:// -rw-r----- 1276 Wed Feb 4 13:16:00 2009 file2 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 39: Run-script

    Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines The scripting support only supports textual configuration files. It does not handle any scripting languages, such as Tcl, Expect, and so on. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 40: Show Accounting Logs

    There are no default configurations for this command. Command Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example switch#show accounting logs 2009/06/24-03:33:45 (UTC), root/root/10.2.2.47/telnet/CLI/Frisco-34, config; rmon event 15 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 41: Show Calendar

    Use this command to display the current date and time based on the switch hardware clock. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To display calendar information: switch#show calendar 16:33:30 UTC Tue Feb 14 2009 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 42: Show Clock

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To display the time and date from the system clock: switch#show clock 23:45:55.512800 UTC Wed Feb 18 2009 See Also show calendar Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 43: Show Environment

    Fan 1 is Ok Fan 2 is Ok Fan 3 is Ok -- Power Supplies PS0 is OK PS1 is faulty -- Unit Environment Status Sensor State Centigrade Fahrenheit ================================================= See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 44: Show File

    Guidelines Examples To show the file system for internal flash: switch#show file flash://file1 protocol spanning-tree mstp instance 1 vlan 100 [or] switch#show file file1 protocol spanning-tree mstp instance 1 vlan 100 See Also Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 45: Show Line

    20 10:0 Idle vty 21 10:0 Idle vty 22 121:1212 switch#show line 0 Status Type Timeout(m/s) Length Idle console 0 10:0 * Active vty 0 10:0 See Also line vty, line console, exec-timeout Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 46: Show Logging

    2009/02/03-00:19:43: %NSM-4-1001: Interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/4 is online. 2009/02/03-00:20:14: %NSM-4-1002: Interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/4 is protocol down. 2009/02/03-00:20:14: %NSM-4-1001: Interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/4 is online. 2009/02/03-00:21:10: %NSM-4-1003: Interface Port-channel 10 is link down See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 47: Show Media

    BR Min Serial No AAA108454100431 Date Code 081108 Temperature 44 Centigrade Voltage 3246.8 (Volts) Current 0.002 (mAmps) TX Power (uWatts) RX Power (uWatts) (output truncated) See Also show media interface, show media linecard Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 48: Show Media Interface

    001a Loss_of_Sig,Tx_Fault,Tx_Disable BR Max BR Min Serial No AAA108454100431 Date Code 081108 Temperature 44 Centigrade Voltage 3246.8 (Volts) Current 0.002 (mAmps) TX Power (uWatts) RX Power (uWatts) See Also show media, show media linecard Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 49: Show Media Linecard

    BR Max BR Min Serial No AAA108454100431 Date Code 081108 Temperature 44 Centigrade Voltage 3246.8 (Volts) Current 0.002 (mAmps) TX Power (uWatts) RX Power (uWatts) (output truncated) See Also show media interface, show media Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 50: Show Processes Cpu

    0.00 14:18:35 Feb 19, 2009 khelper 0.00 14:18:35 Feb 19, 2009 kthread 0.00 14:18:35 Feb 19, 2009 kblockd/0 0.00 14:18:35 Feb 19, 2009 pdflush 0.00 14:18:35 Feb 19, 2009 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 51: Show Processes Memory

    %Memory Used: 39.463%; TotalMemory: 1028020 KB; Total Used: 405688 KB; Total Free: 622332 KB Process MEM% Mem Used(bytes) Heap Total Heap Used init 0.00 1736704 ksoftirqd/0 0.00 events/0 0.00 khelper 0.00 kthread 0.00 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 52: Show Protect-mode Status

    Use this command to display the current status of protect mode. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Global configuration mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 53: Show Running-config

    To display the content of the current configuration file: switch#show running-config no protocol spanning-tree interface Vlan 1 interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/0 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/1 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/2 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/3 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/4 shutdown See Also show startup-config Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 54: Show Startup-config

    To show the content of the startup configuration file: switch#show startup-config no protocol spanning-tree interface Vlan 1 interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/0 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/1 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/2 shutdown interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/3 shutdown See Also write memory, write erase Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 55: Show System

    : UP -- Power Supplies -- PS0 is OK PS1 is OK -- Fan Status -- Fan 1 is Ok Fan 2 is Ok Fan 3 is Ok See Also show version, show environment Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 56: Show Tech-support

    Switch Model Name: Dell M8428-k Control Processor: Freescale Semiconductor 8548E with 1016 MB of memory 4MB of boot flash memory. 8 FC Port(s) 24 Ten GigabitEthernet/IEEE 802.3 interface(s) ------------------ show running-config ------------------ switch# See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 57: Show Users

    Displays the line numbers. Idle Displays how long the session has been idle. Location Displays the IP address of the user. User Displays the user name of all users logged in. See Also show line Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 58: Show Version

    Switch Model Name: Dell M8428-k Control Processor: Freescale Semiconductor 8548E with 1016 MB of memory 4MB of boot flash memory. 8 FC Port(s) 24 Ten GigabitEthernet/IEEE 802.3 interface(s) switch# See Also show system Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 59: Terminal Length

    If 0 (zero), the switch does not pause between screens of output. Guidelines Examples To set the number of lines to display on the screen to 30: switch#terminal length 30 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 60: Terminal Monitor

    To enable the display of the RASlog and the debug outputs on a terminal: switch#terminal monitor To disable the display of the RASlog and the debug outputs on a terminal: switch#terminal no monitor See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 61: Write Erase

    Privileged EXEC mode Modes Description Use this command to remove a startup configuration. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear a startup configuration: switch#write erase See Also write memory Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 62: Write Memory

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To write configuration data to a file: switch#write memory Overwrite the startup config file (y/n): y Building configuration... See Also write erase Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 63: Vlan Commands

    VLAN-tagged packets coming into the interface, the FCoE hardware sends out untagged packets to the CNA. These packets may be dropped, disrupting communications. Examples To create a VLAN with ID 56: switch(config)#interface vlan 56 switch-cmsh(conf-if-vl-56)# See Also interface switchport, fcf forward, shutdown Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 64: Show Interface

    Active Vlans Inactive Vlans Interface name : InTenGigabitEthernet 0/1 Switchport mode : access Ingress filter : enable Acceptable frame types : all Default Vlan Active Vlans Inactive Vlans See Also show interface vlan Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 65: Show Vlan

    1 VLAN Name State Ports (u)-Untagged, (t)-Tagged (c)-Converged ======= ================ ======= =============================== default ACTIVE Te 0/0(t) Te 0/4(t) Te 0/5(t) Te 0/8(t) Te 0/10(t) Te 0/11(c) Po 1(t) Po 63(t) See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 66: Show Vlan Classifier

    Guidelines specified, a specific configured VLAN classifier group is shown. Examples To display the VLAN classifier for group 1: switch#show vlan classifier group 1 vlan classifier group 1 rule 1 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 67: Switchport

    To put an interface in Layer 2 mode: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#switchport To remove an interface from Layer 2 mode: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#no switchport See Also show vlan brief, show interface switchport, switchport mode, switchport access, switchport trunk Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 68: Switchport Access

    Use the no switchport access vlan command to set the PVID to the default VLAN 1. Examples To set the Layer 2 interface PVID to 100: switch(conf-if-te-0/19)#switchport access vlan 100 See Also show vlan brief, show interface switchport, switchport mode, switchport trunk Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 69: Switchport Converged

    100 To remove the tagged VLAN 100 from the interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/19)#switchport converged allowed vlan remove 100 See Also show vlan brief, show interface switchport, switchport mode, switchport trunk Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 70: Switchport Mode

    To set the mode of the interface to trunk: switch(conf-if-te-0/19)#switchport mode trunk To set the mode of the interface to converged: switch(conf-if-te-0/19)#switchport mode converged See Also show vlan brief, show interface switchport, switchport trunk Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 71: Switchport Trunk

    100 To remove the tagged VLAN 100 from the interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/19)#switchport truck allowed vlan remove 100 See Also show vlan brief, show interface switchport, switchport mode, switchport trunk Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 72: Vlan Classifier Activate Group

    Usage A VLAN classifier cannot be added to the FCoE VLAN. Guidelines Examples To activate VLAN classifier group 1 for VLAN 5: switch-cmsh(conf-if-te-0/10)#vlan classifier activate group 1 vlan 5 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 73: Vlan Classifier Group

    VLAN-tagged packets coming into the interface, the FCoE hardware sends out untagged packets to the CNA. These packets may be dropped, disrupting communications. Examples To add rule 1 to VLAN classifier group 1: switch(config)#vlan classifier group 1 add rule 1 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 74: Vlan Classifier Rule

    This classifier group can further be applied on an interface. Examples To create an fcoe VLAN classifier rule: switch(config)#vlan classifier rule 2 proto fcoe encap ethv2 To create a MAC-based VLAN classifier rule: switch(config)#vlan classifier rule 2 mac 0000.0000.0100 Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 77: Interface Commands

    The clear counters all command does not clear counters for any of the protocol daemon stats like LLDP, LACP, MSTP, and so on. For the Dell M8428-k switch, the slot number is always 0 (zero). Example To clear the statistics for 10 Gbps Ethernet interface 0/1: switch#clear counters interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 To clear the statistics for MAC access list named “test”:...

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  • Page 79: Description

    Use this command to specify a string that contains the description of the interface. Use the no description command to remove the description. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the string describing internal tengigabitethernet interface 0/1: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#description converged_101 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 80: Interface

    Use this command to create or enter the interface configuration mode to configure an interface. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also show interface, interface vlan Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 81: Mtu

    By default, all 10 Gbps Ethernet interfaces use a default MTU of 2500 bytes. Command Interface configuration mode Modes Description Use this command to specify the MTU on the interface. Usage Creating MTUs under VLAN interfaces is not valid. Guidelines Examples none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 82: Show Interface

    64-byte pkts: 0, Over 64-byte pkts: 0, Over 127-byte pkts: 0 Over 255-byte pkts: 0, Over 511-byte pkts: 0, Over 1023-byte pkts: 0 Over 1518-byte pkts(Jumbo): 0 Runts: 0, Jabbers: 0, CRC: 0, Overruns: 0 Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 83

    Inactive Vlans : 100 Interface name : ExTenGigabitEthernet 0/20 Switchport mode : trunk Ingress filter : enable Acceptable frame types : vlan-tagged only Default Vlan Active Vlans Inactive Vlans See Also show ip interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 84: Show Ip Interface

    Port-channel 13 unassigned Port-channel 14 unassigned down Port-channel 15 unassigned InTenGigabitEthernet 0/0 unassigned InTenGigabitEthernet 0/1 unassigned down InTenGigabitEthernet 0/2 unassigned InTenGigabitEthernet 0/3 unassigned InTenGigabitEthernet 0/4 unassigned down InTenGigabitEthernet 0/5 unassigned down Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 85

    ExTenGigabitEthernet 0/20 unassigned ExTenGigabitEthernet 0/21 unassigned ExTenGigabitEthernet 0/22 unassigned ExTenGigabitEthernet 0/23 unassigned Vlan 1 unassigned administratively down down Vlan 100 unassigned administratively down down Vlan 200 unassigned administratively down down See Also show interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 86: Shutdown

    Use this command to disable an interface. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To disable an interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#shutdown To enable an interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#no shutdown See Also interface, show ip interface, show interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 87: Speed

    The speed command is available only for intengigabitethernet ports. It is not valid for extengigabitethernet ports. The speed for extengigabitethernet ports is fixed at 10000 and cannot be changed). Example switch(conf-if-int-0/1)#speed 10000 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 88: Track

    Use this command to enable tracking. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Global configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use the no track version to disable this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 89: Track Interface

    Use this command to enable tracking on an interface. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Interface configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use the no track interface version to disable this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 91: Ip Configuration Commands

    Use this command to define a static ARP connection between an IP address to a local data link address. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Global configuration mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 92: Arp-ageing-timeout

    Use this command to configure the ARP timeout. Defaults Default value is 240 minutes (four hours.) Command Global configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use no arp-ageing-timeout to disable this function. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 93: Clear Arp-cache

    Use this command to clear the ARP statistics cache on the host. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 94: Clear Ip Fib

    Use this command to clear the FIB and hardware. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also show ip fib Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 95: Clear Ip Route

    Use this command to clear all or some of the IP routes on the switch. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 96: Clear Ip Traffic

    Use this command to clear the IP traffic statistics. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 97: Debug Arp

    Use this command to display the ARP traffic, for all interfaces or a specific interface. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 98: Debug Ip

    Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 99: Ip Address

    When the secondary parameter is specified, this command adds a new IP address to the interface. The secondary address cannot be configured in the absence of a primary IP. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 100: Ip Mtu

    Use the command no ip mtu to disable the MTU. The valid range is from 576 through 9018. The default IP MTU size is 1500 bytes. The default link MTU size is 2500 bytes. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 101: Ip Proxy-arp

    Use this command to enable proxy ARP. Defaults By default, proxy ARP is disabled. Command Privileged EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines Use no ip proxy-arp to disable proxy ARP. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 102: Ip Route

    Use this command to configure static IP routes. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Global configuration mode. Modes User Guidelines Use no ip route to remove the static IP route. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 103: Ip Trap-to-cpu

    Use this command to trap IP fragmentations or TTL violations to the CPU. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Global configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use no ip trap-to-cpu to disable the trap. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 104: Show Arp

    Use this command to display the contents of the ARP cache. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 105: Show Interfaces

    There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also show ip forwarding, show ip forwarding, show ip fib Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 106: Show Ip Fib

    There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also show ip forwarding, show ip forwarding, show interfaces, clear ip fib Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 107: Show Ip Forwarding

    There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also show ip interface, show ip fib, show interfaces Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 108: Show Ip Interface

    There are no default configurations for this command. Command EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also show ip forwarding, show ip fib, show interfaces Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 109: Show Ip Route

    - IS-IS inter area, * - candidate default, U - per-user static route o - ODR, P - periodic downloaded static route Gateway of last resort is 10.32.144.1 to network 0.0.0.0 10.0.0.0/8 is variably subnetted, 2 subnets, 2 masks 10.0.0.0/8 [1/0] via 10.32.144.1 10.32.144.0/20 is directly connected, GigabitEthernet4/47 0.0.0.0/0 [1/0] via 10.32.144.1...

  • Page 110: Show Ip Route Summary

    There are no user guidelines for this command. Example Example output of this command: switch>show ip route summary Route Source Networks Subnets Overhead Memory (bytes) connected static internal 1180 Total 1660 See Also show ip route Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 111: Link Layer Discovery Protocol Commands

    FCoE priority, and Priority Flow Control (PFC) pause. Use the no advertise dcbx-fcoe-app-tlv command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also advertise dot1-tlv, advertise dot3-tlv, advertise optional-tlv Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 112: Advertise Dcbx-fcoe-logical-link-tlv

    Use this command to advertise to any attached device the FCoE status of the logical link. Use the no advertise dcbx-fcoe-logical-link-tlv command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also advertise dcbx-fcoe-app-tlv, advertise dcbx fcoe-app-tlv Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 113: Advertise Dcbx-tlv

    Length, Values (TLVs). Use the no advertise dcbx-tlv command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also advertise dot1-tlv, advertise dot3-tlv, advertise optional-tlv Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 114: Advertise Dot1-tlv

    Length, Value (TLV). Use the no advertise dot1-tlv command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also advertise dot3-tlv, advertise dcbx-tlv, advertise optional-tlv Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 115: Advertise Dot3-tlv

    Length, Value (TLV). Use the no advertise dot3-tlv command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also advertise dot1-tlv, advertise dcbx-tlv, advertise optional-tlv Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 116: Advertise Optional-tlv

    Use this command to display the following optional TLVs. Use the no advertise optional-tlv command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 117: Clear Lldp Neighbors

    If the interface operand is not specified, this command clears the LLDP neighbor information Guidelines received on all the interfaces. Examples To clear the LLDP information for all interfaces: switch#clear lldp neighbors See Also show lldp neighbors Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 118: Clear Lldp Statistics

    If the interface operand is not specified, this command clears all the LLDP statistics on all Guidelines interfaces. Examples To clear all the LLDP statistics for all interfaces: switch#clear lldp statistics See Also show lldp statistics Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 119: Debug Lldp Packet

    To enable debugging of LLDP for both received and transmitted packets on 10 Gbps Ethernet Examples interface 0/1: switch#debug lldp packet interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 both switch#show debug lldp LLDP debugging status: Interface te0/1 : Transmit Receive See Also show debug lldp Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 120: Description

    Use this command to specify a string that contains the description of the LLDP. Use the no description command to remove the description. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the strings describing LLDP: switch(conf-lldp)#description Dell-LLDP See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 121: Hello

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the time interval to 10 seconds between the transmissions: switch#configure terminal switch (config) #protocol lldp switch(conf-lldp)#hello 10 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 122: Lldp Dcbx-version

    Use this command to specify which version of the DCBX protocol to use. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To specify which DCBX version to use: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#lldp dcbx-version cee See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 123: Lldp Disable

    Use this command to disable LLDP on the interface. Use the no lldp disable command to enable LLDP on the interface. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To disable LLDP on the interface. switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#lldp disable See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 124: Lldp Fcoe-priority-bits

    Operands value Specifies the bitmap value. The range of valid values is 0 to 15. Defaults The default value is 8. Command Interface configuration mode Modes Description Use this command to set the priorities on which FCoE traffic will be allowed. The no lldp fcoe-priority-bits command returns to the default setting.

  • Page 125: Lldp Profile

    Only one LLDP profile can exist at any time for a particular interface. When this command is not present, the parameters defined in the global LLDP configuration are used. Examples To apply an LLDP profile on an interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#lldp profile test See Also protocol lldp Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 126: Mode

    Use this command to set the LLDP mode on the switch. Use the no mode command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To enable only the transmit mode: switch(conf-lldp)#mode tx See Also show lldp Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 127: Multiplier

    Use the no multiplier command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the number of consecutive misses: switch(conf-lldp)#multiplier 2 See Also hello Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 128: Profile

    Up to 64 profiles can be created. Examples To create a profile named test: switch(conf-lldp)#profile test To delete a profile named test: switch(conf-lldp)#no profile test See Also lldp profile Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 129: Protocol Lldp

    Use the no protocol lldp command to return to the default setting. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear all LLDP configurations: switch(config)#no protocol lldp See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 130: Show Debug Lldp

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To display the LLDP debugging status on the switch: switch#show debug lldp LLDP debugging status: Interface te0/0 : Transmit Receive Detail See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 131: Show Lldp Interface

    1 seconds DCBX Version : Auto-Sense : Transmit TLVs: Chassis ID Port ID IEEE DCBX DCBX FCoE App DCBX FCoE Logical Link Link Prim Brocade Link DCBX FCoE Priority Bits: 0x8 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 132: Show Lldp Neighbors

    If you do not use the interface operand, only the mandatory TLVs are displayed. Guidelines Examples To display detailed LLDP neighbor information on a specific interface: switch#show lldp neighbors interface intengigabitethernet 0/8 detail Neighbors for Interface Te 0/8 MANDATORY TLVs ===============...

  • Page 133

    FCoE LLS OperVersion: 0 MaxVersion: 0 EN: 1 Will: 0 Err: 0 Logic Link Status: Down LAN LLS OperVersion: 0 MaxVersion: 0 EN: 1 Will: 0 Err: 0 Logic Link Status: Up switch# See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 134: Show Lldp Statistics

    If you do not specify the interface tengigabitethernet operand, this command displays the LLDP Guidelines statistics for all interfaces. Examples To display LLDP statistics on the specified interface: switch#show lldp statistics interface intengigabitethernet 0/8 LLDP Interface statistics for Te 0/8 Frames transmitted: 555 Frames Aged out: Frames Discarded:...

  • Page 135: System-description Line

    LLDP system description. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the global system description specific to LLDP: switch(conf-lldp)#system-description Dell See Also system-name Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 136: System-name

    Use this command to set the global system name specific to LLDP. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To specify a system name for the LLDP: switch(conf-lldp)#system-name Dell See Also system-description Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 137: Link Aggregation Control Protocol Commands

    A maximum of four links can become part of a single aggregation group when the type is set to dell and they must be on the same port-channel. • Links 0-7 belong to port-channel 1; links 8-15 belong to port-channel 2, and links 16-23 belong to port-channel 3. •...

  • Page 138

    4 mode active See Also interface port-channel Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 139: Clear Lacp

    Use this command to clear the LACP counters per specified channel-group. Usage There are no default configurations for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear the LACP counters for a specific port-channel: switch#clear lacp 10 counters See Also show lacp counters Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 140: Clear Lacp Counters

    Use this command to clear the LACP counters for all port-channels. Usage There are no default configurations for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear the counters for all port-channels: switch#clear lacp counters See Also show lacp Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 141: Debug Lacp

    Use this command to enable debugging for Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP). Use the no debug command to disable debugging. Usage To display debug outputs on a specific cmsh session, use the terminal monitor command. Guidelines Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 142

    To enable debugging of LACP PDUs for transmitted and received packets on all interfaces: switch#debug lacp pdu tx all switch#debug lacp pdu rx all switch#show debug lacp LACP rx debugging is on LACP tx debugging is on See Also show debug lacp Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 143: Lacp System-priority

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the LACP system-priority to 68: switch(config)#lacp system-priority 68 To clear the configured LACP system-priority: switch(config)#no lacp system-priority See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 144: Lacp Timeout

    Interface configuration mode Modes Description Use this command to set the short timeout value for Dell trunks or to set the long timeout value for standard trunks. Use the no lacp timeout command to return to the default value. Usage...

  • Page 145: Minimum-links

    DOWN even though it has operationally UP members. Defaults The default number of links is 1. Command Interface configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use no minimum-links to disable this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 146: Show Lacp Counter

    % Traffic statistics Port LACPDUs Marker Pckt err Sent Recv Sent Recv Sent Recv % Aggregator Po 10 1000000 Te 0/1 Te 0/2 Te 0/3 Te 0/4 switch# See Also clear lacp counters Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 147: Show Lacp-sys-id

    The first two bytes are the system priority, and the last six bytes are the globally administered individual MAC addresses associated with the system. Examples To display the local system ID: switch#show lacp sys-id % System M8428-k,00-05-1e-76-1a-a6 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 148: Show Port-channel

    % Aggregator Po 10 0 Admin Key: 0010 - Oper Key 0010 Partner System ID: 0x0000,00-00-00-00-00-00 Partner Oper Key 0000 Link: Te 0/1 (67174401) sync: 0 Link: Te 0/2 (67239938) sync: 0 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 149: Chapter 8 Layer 2 System Commands

    Use this command to set the aging time or to add static addresses to the MAC address table. Usage The vlan keyword is mandatory because the switch only supports independent VLAN learning (IVL). Guidelines Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 150

    To add the static address 0011.2222.3333 to the MAC address table with a packet received on VLAN 100: switch(config)#mac-address-table static 0011.2222.3333 forward intengigabitethernet 0/1 vlan 100 To set the aging time to 10 minutes: switch(config)#mac-address-table aging-time 600 See Also show mac address-table static Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 151: Show Mac-address-table

    Specifies a valid slot number. port Specifies a valid port number. static Displays the static MAC addresses. vlan vlan_id Specifies the VLAN number. The range of valid values is 1-3583. Defaults No static addresses are configured. Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 152

    State Ports 0011.2222.5555 Dynamic Inactive Te 0/1 0011.2222.6666 Dynamic Inactive Te 0/1 Total MAC addresses See Also show mac address-table dynamic, show mac address-table static, show mac address-table linecard, show mac address-table count Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 153: Chapter 9 Fcoe Configuration Commands

    Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Global configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use no fcoe-map to revert to the default values for the map. Examples none See Also fcoeport Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 154: Fcoeport

    If the interface is configured as fcoeport, the fcoeport configuration will take precedence over the switchport mode. If the switchport mode is configured as access or trunk it will be ignored. Example Enter interface mode, then apply the FCoE map. switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/20 switch(conf-if-ext-0/20)#fcoeport See Also fcoe-map Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 155: Fcoe-vlan

    FCoE VLAN. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Example You must first enter FCoE map mode, then configure the VLAN. switch(config)#fcoe-map default switch(conf-fcoe-map)#fcoe-vlan 5 See Also fcoe-map, fcoeport Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 156: Show Fcoe-map

    Use this command to display the current FCoE map information. Defaults There are no default configurations for this command. Command Privileged EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no usage guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 157: Chapter 10 Layer 2 Acl Commands

    To clear counters for the configured MAC access list named test on all interfaces on which this ACL is applied: switch#clear counters access-list mac test See Also show mac access-list, show statistics access-list Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 158: Deny (extended Acls)

    To create a rule in a MAC extended ACL to drop IPv4 traffic from the source MAC address to the destination MAC address and to enable the counting 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 of packets: switch(conf-macl-ext)#deny 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 ipv4 count To delete a rule from a MAC extended ACL: Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 159

    (extended ACLs) switch(conf-macl-ext)#no deny 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 ipv4 See Also mac-access-list extended, mac-access-list standard, permit Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 160: Deny (standard Acls)

    To create a rule in a MAC standard ACL to drop traffic from the source MAC address and to enable the counting of packets: 0022.3333.4444 switch(conf-macl-std)#deny 0022.3333.4444 count To delete a rule from a MAC standard ACL: switch(conf-macl-std)#no deny 0022.3333.4444 See Also mac-access-list extended, permit Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 161: Mac Access-list Extended

    Example To create a MAC extended ACL named mac1: switch(config)#mac access-list extended mac1 switch(conf-macl-ext)# To delete a MAC extended ACL named mac1: switch(config)#no mac access-list extended mac1 See Also deny, permit, show access-lists Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 162: Mac Access-list Standard

    Example To create a MAC standard ACL named mac1: switch(config)#mac access-list standard mac1 switch(conf-macl-std)# To delete a MAC standard ACL named mac1: switch(config)#no mac access-list standard mac1 See Also deny, permit, show access-lists Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 163: Mac Access-group

    To apply a MAC ACL named macacl2 on an interface: switch(conf-if)#mac access-group macacl2 in To remove a MAC ACL named macacl2 from an interface: switch(conf-if)#no mac access-group macacl2 See Also mac access-list standard, mac access-list extended, show access-lists Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 164: Permit (extended Acls)

    To create a rule in a MAC extended ACL to permit IPv4 traffic from the source MAC address to the destination MAC address and to enable the counting of 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 packets: switch(conf-macl-ext)#permit 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 ipv4 count Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 165

    (extended ACLs) To delete a filter rule in a MAC extended ACL: switch(conf-macl-ext)#no permit 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 ipv4 See Also mac-access-list extended, mac-access-list standard, no seq Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 166: Permit (standard Acls)

    To create a rule in a MAC standard ACL to permit traffic from the source MAC address and to enable the counting of packets: 0022.3333.4444 switch(conf-macl-std)#permit 0022.3333.4444 count To delete a rule from a MAC standard ACL: switch(conf-macl-std)#no permit 0022.3333.4444 See Also mac-access-list extended, no seq Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 167: Resequence Access-list Mac

    10 10 switch#show running-config access-list mac test mac access-list standard test seq 10 permit 0011.2222.3333 seq 20 permit 0011.2222.4444 seq 30 permit 0011.2222.5555 seq 40 deny 0011.2222.6666 See Also mac-access-list extended, seq Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 168: Seq (extended Mac Acls)

    The first set of {any | host MAC_ACL | MAC_ACL} parameters is specific to the source MAC Guidelines address. The second set of {any | host MAC_ACL | MAC_ACL} parameters is specific to the destination MAC address. Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 169

    0022.3333.5555 packets: switch(conf-macl-ext)#seq 100 deny 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 ipv4 count switch(conf-macl-ext)#seq 1000 permit 0022.3333.4444 0022.3333.5555 ipv4 count To delete a rule from a MAC extended ACL: switch(conf-macl-ext)#no seq 100 See Also deny, permit, resequence Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 170: Seq (standard Mac Acls)

    0022.3333.4444 switch(conf-macl-std)#seq 100 deny 0022.3333.4444 count switch(conf-macl-std)#seq 1000 permit 0022.3333.4444 count To delete a filter rule in a MAC standard ACL: switch(conf-macl-std)#no seq 100 See Also deny, permit, resequence Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 171: Show Mac Access-group

    To display the current MAC ACL mapping for 10 Gbps Ethernet interface 0/7 where there is no ACL applied: switch#show mac access-group interface intengigabitethernet 0/7 Interface Te 0/7 Inbound access-list is not set See Also show running-config, show statistics Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 172: Show Statistics Access-list Mac

    If the rule is not written into the hardware the output displays as shown below: seq 8 permit 00c0.e000.0080 count (unwritten) If the rule is written into the hardware, but the counters are not enabled for that rule, the output displays as shown below: seq 9 permit 00c0.e000.0090 count (uncounted)

  • Page 173: Chapter 11 Spanning Tree Protocol Commands

    4096. Examples To specify the bridge priority: switch#configure terminal switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree stp switch(conf-stp)#bridge-priority 8192 switch#configure terminal switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree rstp switch(conf-rstp)#bridge-priority 8192 switch#configure terminal switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree mstp switch(conf-mstp)#bridge-priority 8192 see Also protocol spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 174: Cisco-interoperability

    Examples To enable Cisco interoperability on a switch: switch#configure terminal switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree mstp switch(conf-mstp)#cisco-interoperability enable To disable Cisco interoperability on a switch: switch#configure terminal switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree mstp switch(conf-mstp)#cisco-interoperability disable See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 175: Clear Spanning-tree Counter

    To clear spanning-tree counters for a 10 Gbps Ethernet interface: switch#clear spanning-tree counter interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 To clear spanning-tree counters for port-channel 23: switch#clear spanning-tree counter interface port-channel 23 See Also show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 176: Debug Spanning-tree

    0/1 switch#show debug spanning-tree MSTP debugging status: Spanning-tree rx debugging is off Te 0/1 rx is on Spanning-tree tx debugging is off Te 0/1 tx is on Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 177

    See Also show debug spanning-tree, show debug Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 178: Error-disable-timeout Enable

    This command allows you to enable the interface from the disabled state. Examples To bring the interface out of the disabled state: switch(conf-rstp)#error-disable-timeout enable See Also error-disable-timeout interval Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 179: Error-disable-timeout Interval

    Use this command to set the interface to time out when an error occurs. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the timeout value to 10 seconds: switch(conf-rstp)#error-disable-timeout interval 10 See Also error-disable-timeout enable Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 180: Forward-delay

    When you change the spanning-tree forward-delay time, it affects all spanning-tree instances. Guidelines When configuring the forward-delay, the following relationship should be kept: 2*(forward-delay - 1)>=max-age>=2*(hello-time + 1) Examples To configure the forward-delay time to 18 seconds: switch(conf-mstp)#forward-delay 18 See Also hello-time, max age Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 181: Hello-time

    When configuring the hello-time, the max-age setting must be greater than the hello-time setting. Guidelines The following relationship should be kept: 2*(forward-delay - 1)>=max-age>=2*(hello-time + 1) Examples To configure spanning-tree bridge hello time to 5 seconds: switch(conf-stp)#hello-time 5 See Also forward-delay, max-age Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 182: Instance

    VLAN instance mapping is removed from the configuration if the underlying VLANs are deleted. Examples To map a VLAN to an MTSP instance: switch(conf-mstp)#instance 1 vlan 2, 3 switch(conf-mstp)#instance 2 vlan 4-6 switch(conf-mstp)#instance 1 priority 4096 See Also show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 183: Max-age

    When configuring the maximum age, the max-age setting must be greater than the hello-time Guidelines setting. The following relationship should be kept: 2*(forward-delay - 1)>=max-age>=2*(hello-time + 1) Examples To configure the maximum-age to 10 seconds: switch(conf-rstp)#max-age 10 See Also hello-time, forward delay Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 184: Max-hops

    When you change the number of hops, it affects all spanning-tree instances. Examples To set the number of maximum hops to 25 for all MSTPs: switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree mstp switch(conf-mstp)#max-hops 25 See Also show spanning-tree mst Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 185: Port-channel Path-cost

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the behavior for the path-cost to custom: switch(conf-mstp)#port-channel path-cost custom To set the behavior for the path-cost to standard: switch(conf-mstp)#port-channel path-cost standard See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 186: Protocol Spanning-tree

    Packet drops or packet flooding may occur if you do not enable xSTP on all devices connected on both sides of parallel links. Examples To enable the Spanning Tree Protocol: switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree stp See Also show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 187: Region

    The region-name string has a maximum length of 32 characters and is case-sensitive. Guidelines Examples To assign a name to an MSTP region named dell1: switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree mstp switch(conf-mstp)#region dell1 See Also revision, show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 188: Revision

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the configuration revision to 1: switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree mstp switch(conf-mstp)#revision 1 See Also region, show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 189: Show Spanning-tree

    Link-type: point-to-point Received BPDUs: 0; Sent BPDUs: 0 Port Te 0/8 enabled IfIndex: 67633408; Id: 8008; Role: Disabled; State: Discarding Designated External Path Cost: 0; Internal Path Cost 0 Configured Path Cost: 2000 Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 190

    Edgeport: off; AutoEdge: no; AdminEdge: no; EdgeDelay: 3 sec Configured Root guard: off; Operational Root guard: off Boundary: yes Bpdu-guard: off Bpdu-filter: off Link-type: point-to-point Received BPDUs: 0; Sent BPDUs: 0 See Also show spanning-tree interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 191: Show Spanning-tree Brief

    Cost Prio Link-type Boundary Edge ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Te 0/0 2000 Te 0/1 2000 Te 0/2 RTPT 2000 Te 0/3 2000 Te 0/8 2000 Te 0/19 2000 Te 0/20 2000 See Also show spanning-tree interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 192: Show Spanning-tree Interface

    Edgeport: off; AutoEdge: no; AdminEdge: no; EdgeDelay: 3 sec Configured Root guard: off; Operational Root guard: off Boundary: yes Bpdu-guard: off Bpdu-filter: off Link-type: point-to-point Received BPDUs: 0; Sent BPDUs: 0 See Also show spanning-tree brief Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 193: Show Spanning-tree Mst Brief

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Te 0/0 2000 Te 0/1 2000 Te 0/2 RTPT 2000 Te 0/3 2000 Te 0/8 2000 Te 0/19 2000 Te 0/20 2000 See Also show spanning-tree mst interface, show spanning-tree mst instance Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 194: Show Spanning-tree Mst Detail

    Instance: 0; Vlans:1, 100 Port Te 0/0 enabled IfIndex: 67108864; Id: 8000; Role: Disabled; State: Discarding Designated External Path Cost: 0; Internal Path Cost 0 Configured Path Cost: 2000 Designated Port Id: 0; CIST Priority: 128 Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 195

    Version Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol - Received None - Send MSTP Edgeport: off; AutoEdge: no; AdminEdge: no; EdgeDelay: 3 sec Configured Root guard: off; Operational Root guard: off Boundary: yes Bpdu-guard: off Bpdu-filter: off Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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    Link-type: point-to-point Received BPDUs: 0; Sent BPDUs: 0 MSTI details. ============== See Also show spanning-tree mst interface, show spanning-tree mst instance Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 197: Show Spanning-tree Mst Instance

    1 interface intengigabitethernet 0/0 Instance: 1; VLANs: 100 MSTI Root Id: 8001.0005.1e76.1aa0 (self) MSTI Bridge Id: 8001.0005.1e76.1aa0 MSTI Bridge Priority: 32768 See Also show spanning-tree mst brief, show spanning-tree interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 198: Show Spanning-tree Mst Interface

    Configured Root guard: off; Operational Root guard: off Boundary: yes Bpdu-guard: off Bpdu-filter: off Link-type: point-to-point Received BPDUs: 0; Sent BPDUs: 0 Instance Role Cost Prio VLANs ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 2000 See Also show spanning-tree brief, show spanning-tree mst brief Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 199: Shutdown

    Use this command to disable the MSTP, RSTP, or STP protocol globally. Usage This command has no usage guidelines. Guidelines Examples To disable STP globally: switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree rstp switch(conf-rstp)#shutdown To enable STP globally: switch(config)#protocol spanning-tree rstp switch(conf-rstp)#no shutdown See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 200: Spanning-tree Autoedge

    Use this command to automatically identify the edge port. Usage The port can become an edge port if no Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) is received. Guidelines Examples To enable automatic edge detection: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree autoedge See Also protocol spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 201: Spanning-tree Cost

    Use this command to configure the path cost for spanning-tree calculations. Usage Lower path cost indicates a greater chance of becoming root. Guidelines Examples To set the port cost to 128: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree cost 128 See Also show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 202: Spanning-tree Edgeport

    To set the edgeport BPDU filter for the port: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree edgeport switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree edgeport bpdu-filter To guard the port against reception of BPDUs: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree edgeport switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree edgeport bpdu-guard See Also spanning-tree portfast bpdu-guard, spanning-tree autoedge Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 203: Spanning-tree Guard Root

    If the guard root enabled port receives a superior Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU), it goes to a discarding state. Examples To enable guard root: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree guard root See Also spanning-tree cost Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 204: Spanning-tree Hello-time

    Changing the hello-time affects all spanning-tree instances. The max-age setting must be greater Guidelines than the hello-time setting. Examples To set the hello time to 5 seconds: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree hello-time 5 See Also forward-delay, max-age, show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 205: Spanning-tree Instance

    Use this command for MSTP-specific configurations. Guidelines Examples To set restrictions for the port of MSTP instance 1 with the cost of 40000: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree instance 1 cost 40000 See Also instance, show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 206: Spanning-tree Link-type

    Use this command to specify a link type for the Spanning Tree Protocol. Usage This command overrides the default setting of the link type. Guidelines Examples To specify the link type as shared: switch(conf-if-te-0/0)#spanning-tree link-type shared See Also spanning-tree link-type shared, no spanning-tree link-type Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 207: Spanning-tree Portfast

    To set the Port Fast BPDU filter for the port: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree portfast bpdu-filter To guard the port against the reception of BPDUs: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree portfast bpdu-guard See Also spanning-tree portfast bpdu-guard, spanning-tree autoedge Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 208: Spanning-tree Priority

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To configure the port priority to 16: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree priority 16 See Also spanning-tree cost, show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 209: Spanning-tree Restricted-role

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To configure the port from becoming a root port: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree restricted-role See Also show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 210: Spanning-tree Restricted-tcn

    Use this command to restrict the topology change notification Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs) sent on the port. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To restrict the TCN on a specific interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree restricted-tcn See Also show spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 211: Spanning-tree Shutdown

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To disable spanning tree on a specific interface: switch(config)#interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#spanning-tree shutdown To enable spanning tree on VLAN 1002: switch(config)#interface vlan 1002 switch(conf-if-vl-1002)#no spanning-tree shutdown See Also protocol spanning-tree Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 212: Spanning-tree Tc-flush-standard

    MAC address flushing. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To disable the MAC address flushing upon receiving any topology change notification: switch(config)#no spanning-tree tc-flush-standard See Also show spanning-tree brief Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 213: Transmit-holdcount

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To change the number of BPDUs transmitted to 3 seconds: switch(conf-mstp)#transmit-holdcount 3 See Also show spanning-tree mst detail Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 215: Internet Group Management Protocol Commands

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear information for all groups in the IGMP protocol: switch#clear ip igmp group Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 217: Clear Ip Igmp Groups

    Use this command to clear all IGMP group information in the IGMP database. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear information for all groups in the IGMP protocol: switch#clear ip igmp groups See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 218: Debug Ip Igmp All

    Displays all of the IGMP packets received and sent, and IGMP-host related events. Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 219: Ip Igmp Last-member-query-interval

    Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 220: Ip Igmp Query-interval

    The query interval is the amount of time in seconds between IGMP query messages sent by the switch. Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 221: Ip Igmp Query-max-response-time

    Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 222: Ip Igmp Snooping Enable (global Version)

    Usage This command performs IGMP snooping at the interface level. Guidelines Examples To enable igmp globally: switch(config)# ip igmp snooping enable See Also show ip igmp snooping, ip igmp snooping enable (VLAN version) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 223: Ip Igmp Snooping Enable (vlan Version)

    To enable igmp for a specific VLAN interface, enter Interface VLAN mode and execute the following command: switch(conf-if-vl-1)#ip igmp snooping enable See Also show ip igmp snooping, ip igmp snooping enable (global version) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 224: Ip Igmp Snooping Fast-leave

    Defaults This mode is disabled by default. Command Global Configuration mode Modes User Guidelines Use no ip igmp snooping fast-leave to disable this function. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 225: Ip Igmp Snooping Mrouter

    Use the no ip igmp snooping mrouter version of this command to return to the default setting. Guidelines Examples To configure a VLAN port member to be a multicast router interface. switch#ip igmp snooping mrouter interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 See Also show ip igmp snooping mrouter Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 226: Ip Igmp Snooping Mrouter-timeout

    This command sets the timeout range for when multicast router ports are automatically learned. Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 227: Ip Igmp Snooping Querier Enable

    Use no ip igmp snooping querier enable to disable this command. Guidelines Examples To enable the IGMP snooping querier feature: switch(conf-if-vl-1)#ip igmp snooping querier enable See Also show ip igmp interface, show ip igmp snooping interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 228: Ip Igmp Static-group

    IGMP cache and mroute table. Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC Mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 229: Show Debug Ip Igmp

    This command displays the IGMP packets received and transmitted. Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 230: Show Ip Igmp Groups

    Use this command to display the IGMP database, including configured entries for either all groups on all interfaces, or all groups on specific interfaces, or specific groups on specific interfaces. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 231: Show Ip Igmp Snooping

    IGMP protocol module. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To display information the IGMP snooping information for VLAN 5: switch#show ip igmp snooping interface vlan 5 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 232: Show Running-config Igmp

    Defaults There are no defaults for this command. Command Privileged EXEC mode Modes User Guidelines There are no user guidelines for this command. Example none See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 233: Sflow Commands

    Usage You can only specify one sFlow collector. Guidelines Examples To identify the sFlow collectors for the IP address 192.10.138.176 to which sFlow datagrams are forwarded: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#sFlow collector 192.10.138.176 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 234: Sflow Enable

    Use the no sflow enable command to disable sFlow globally. Usage This command is supported on physical ports and Link Aggregation Group (LAG) ports. Guidelines Examples To enable sFlow globally: switch(config)#sflow enable See Also sflow enable interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 235: Sflow Enable Interface

    This command is supported on physical ports and Link Aggregation Groups (LAG) ports. After a Guidelines physical port is a member of a LAG, it inherits the sFlow configuration from the LAG port. Examples To enable sFlow on an interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#sflow enable interface See Also sflow enable Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 236: Sflow Polling-interval (global Version)

    Use the no sflow polling interval interval command to return to the default value. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the polling interval to 135 seconds: switch(config)#sFlow polling interval 135 See Also sflow polling interval (interface version) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 237: Sflow Polling-interval (interface Version)

    Use the no sflow polling interval interval command to return to the default value. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set the polling interval to 135 seconds: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#sFlow polling interval 135 See Also sflow polling interval (global version) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 238: Sflow Sample-rate (global Version)

    Use the no sflow sample-rate command to return to the default sampling rate. Examples To change the sampling rate to 4096: switch(config)#sFlow sample-rate 4096 See Also sflow sample-rate (interface version) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 239: Sflow Sample-rate (interface Version)

    Select one of these two numbers and re-enter the command. Use the no sflow sample-rate command to return to the default setting. Examples To change the sampling rate to 4096: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#sFlow sample-rate 4096 See Also sflow sample-rate (global version) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 240: Show Sflow

    Global default counter polling interval: 20 1 collectors configured Collector IP addr: 172.21.162.51, Agent IP addr: 10.32.152.22, UDP port: 6343 77 UDP packets exported 0 UDP packets dropped 165 sFlow samples collect See Also show sflow interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 241: Show Sflow Interface

    To display sFlow statistics on 10 Gbps Ethernet interface 1/16: switch#>show sflow interface tengigabitethernet 1/16 te 1/16 Configured sampling rate :8192 Actual sampling rate :8192 Counter polling interval :15 Samples rcvd from h/w :33 See Also show sflow Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 243: Port Mirroring Commands

    Use this command to specify a string that contains the description of the Port Mirroring session. Use the no description command to remove the description string. Example To set the string describing monitor session 1: sw0(config)#monitor session 1 sw0(config-mon-sess-1)#description server group 1 switch-cmsh See Also monitor session Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 244: Monitor Session

    An internal external 10 Gbps Ethernet port can be used as the source port. Only external 10 Gbps Guidelines Ethernet ports can be used as the destination port. Examples To enable session 40 for monitoring traffic: switch(config)#monitor session 40 source intengigabitethernet 0/1 destination extengigabitethernet 0/15 direction both Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 245: Show Monitor

    Use this command to display monitoring information for all Port Mirroring sessions, or for a single session. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To display monitoring information for all Port Mirroring sessions: switch#show monitor See Also monitor session Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 247: Rmon Commands

    Use this command to set alarm conditions. Use the no rmon alarm command to disable the alarm conditions. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set alarm conditions: Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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    100 1.3.6.1.2.1.16.1.1.1.5.65535 interval 5 absolute rising-threshold 10000 event 100 falling-threshold 1000 event 101 owner admin See Also rmon event, show rmon Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 249: Rmon Collection History

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To collect RMON statistics for the owner admin on 10 Gbps Ethernet interface 0/1: switch(config)#interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#rmon collection history 5 See Also show rmon history Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 250: Rmon Collection Stats

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To collect RMON statistics for the owner admin on 10 Gbps Ethernet interface 0/1: switch(config)#interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#rmon collection stats 2 owner admin See Also show rmon statistics Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 251: Rmon Event

    RMON alarm number. Use the no rmon event command to remove the event configuration. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To configure an RMON event: switch(config)#rmon event 2 log description “My Errorstoday” owner gjack See Also show rmon events Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 252: Show Rmon

    Fragments: 0, Collisions: 0 64 byte pkts: 218722, 65-127 byte pkts: 174 128-255 byte pkts: 0, 256-511 byte pkts: 6 512-1023 byte pkts: 0, 1024-1518 byte pkts: 0 Over 1518-byte pkts(Oversize - Jumbo): 0 Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 253

    To display the RMON events: switch#show rmon events event Index = 4 Description "My Description" Event type Log & SnmpTrap Event community name admin Last Time Sent = 00:00:00 Owner admin See Also rmon alarm, rmon event Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 254: Show Rmon History

    Use the statistics option to display the detailed history. Example To display the RMON history: switch#show rmon history RMON history control entry 1 interface: ifIndex.1745682445 InTengigabitEthernet 0/13 buckets requested: 20 buckets granted: 20 sampling interval: 10 Owner: jsmith See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 255: Qos Commands

    To apply the CEE map on an interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#cee default Because the switch does not allow applying a CEE map that does not exist, the following error displays: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#cee test % Error: Map does not exist See Also cee-map Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 256: Cee-map

    CoS: --------------------------------------------- PGID: FCoE CoS: None Enabled on the following interfaces Usage Use no cee-map to revert to the default values for the map. Guidelines Examples none See Also cee, priority-group-table, priority-table, fcoe-map Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 257: Priority-group-table

    To define the CEE map and configure the bandwidth with the Priority Group, use the values in Table TABLE 3 Bandwidth allocation to user priority groups PGID Description switch(config)#cee-map test switch(conf-ceemap)#priority-group-table 0 weight 50 pfc switch(conf-ceemap)#priority-group-table 1 weight 50 See Also cee-map, priority-table, show qos Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 258: Priority-table

    PGID (PGID 15.0 to PGID 15.7) is allowed. Examples To define a CEE map of the incoming Priority-to-Priority Groups, use the values in Table TABLE 4 Mapping of incoming Priority-to-Priority Groups Priority PGID Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 259

    TABLE 4 Mapping of incoming Priority-to-Priority Groups Priority PGID 15.0 switch(config)#ceemap test switch(conf-ceemap)#priority-table 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 15.0 See Also cee, cee-map, priority-group-table Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 260: Qos Cos

    Examples To set the interface CoS value to 2: switch(conf-if-te-0/2)#qos cos 2 To return the interface CoS value to the default: switch(conf-if-te-0/2)#no qos cos See Also show qos, qos map, qos trust Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 261: Qos Cos-mutation

    To activate the CoS-to-CoS mutation QoS map on the interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#qos cos-mutation test To remove the CoS-to-CoS mutation QoS map on the interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#no qos cos-mutation See Also qos map cos-mutation, show qos maps Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 262: Qos Cos-traffic-class

    This command is not available when the interface is in the CEE Provisioning mode. Guidelines Examples To apply a CoS-to-Traffic Class QoS map to an interface: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#qos cos-traffic-class test See Also qos map cos-traffic-class, qos trust, qos cos-mutation, show qos maps Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 263: Qos Map Cos-mutation

    CoS 4; all other CoS values go through unchanged: switch(config)#qos map cos-mutation test 0 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 switch(config)#interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#qos cos-mutation test To delete a CoS-to-CoS mutation QoS map: switch(config)#no qos map cos-mutation test Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 265: Qos Map Cos-traffic-class

    To create a CoS-to-Traffic Class QoS map to map CoS 0 to Traffic Class 1 and CoS 1 to Traffic Class switch(config)#qos map cos-traffic-class test 1 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 To delete a CoS-to-Traffic Class QoS map: switch(config)#no qos map cos-traffic-class test See Also qos trust, qos map cos-mutation Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 266: Qos Queue Multicast Scheduler

    (DWRR). This multicast Traffic Class packet expansion scheduler policy is applied uniformly across the entire system. Use the no qos queue multicast scheduler command to return the multicast Traffic Class packet expansion scheduler to the default value. Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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    10 20 30 40 To return the system to the default multicast Traffic Class packet expansion scheduler policy: switch(config)#no qos queue multicast scheduler See Also qos rcv-queue multicast Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 268: Qos Queue Scheduler

    Strict Priority Traffic Classes. The sum of all weight values must equal 100 percent. The weight0 value is only valid when the strict priority number is less than 8. The range of valid values is 0-100 percent.

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    100 percent. The weight0 value is only valid when the strict priority number is less than 1. The range of valid values is 0-100 percent. Defaults The default strict priority value is 8. There is no default value for each weight value. Command Global configuration mode Modes Description Use this command to configure the Traffic Class packet scheduler policy.

  • Page 270: Qos Rcv-queue Multicast Rate-limit

    To lower the maximum multicast packet expansion rate to 10000pkt/s: switch(config)#qos rcv-queue multicast rate-limit 10000 To return the system to the default multicast packet expansion rate limit values: switch(config)#no qos rcv-queue multicast rate-limit See Also qos rcv-queue multicast Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 271: Qos Rcv-queue Multicast Threshold

    1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 To return the system to the default multicast packet expansion Tail Drop Threshold value: switch(config)#no qos rcv-queue multicast threshold See Also qos rcv-queue multicast Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 272: Qos Trust Cos

    When a CEE map is applied, the switch does not allow the qos trust cos command and displays the following error: switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#cee demo switch(conf-if-te-0/1)#qos trust cos % Error: QoS is not in non-CEE Provisioning mode See Also qos cos, show qos Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 273: Show Cee Maps

    CEE maps. For each CEE map, the configuration state is displayed with a list of all of the Layer 2 interfaces bound to the CEE map. Usage Fabric OS v6.3.1_cee only allows the CEE map name “default.” Guidelines Examples none See Also cee, cee-map Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 274: Show Qos Flowcontrol Interface

    To display all of the configured flow control information for a 10 Gbps Ethernet interface: switch#show qos flowcontrol interface intengigabitethernet 0/1 Interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/1 Mode PFC DCBX enabled for PFC negotiation TX 0 frames RX Output Paused CoS Admin Oper Admin Oper 512 BitTimes --------------------------------------- Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 276: Show Qos Interface

    CEE Map demo Default CoS 0 Interface trust cos CoS-to-CoS Mutation map 'default' In-CoS: ----------------------------------------------------- Out-CoS/TrafficClass: 0/4 1/4 2/6 3/4 4/4 5/4 6/4 7/4 Tail Drop Threshold 1081344 bytes Per-CoS Tail Drop Threshold (bytes) Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 277

    Multicast Packet Expansion Tail Drop Threshold (packets) TrafficClass: ------------------------------------------------ Threshold: Traffic Class Scheduler configured for 0 Strict Priority queues TrafficClass: --------------------------------------------- DWRRWeight: Multicast Packet Expansion Traffic Class Scheduler TrafficClass: ------------------------------------------------ DWRRWeight: See Also cee-map, priority table Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 278: Show Qos Maps

    CoS-to-CoS Mutation map 'test' In-CoS: -------------------------------- Out-CoS: Enabled on the following interfaces: Te 0/5 CoS-to-Traffic Class map 'test' Out-CoS: ------------------------------------- TrafficClass: Enabled on the following interfaces: Te 0/5 See Also qos maps, show qos interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 279: Show Qos Queue Interface

    To display the queueing information for a 10 Gbps Ethernet interface: switch#show qos queue interface intengigabitethernet 0/2 Interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/2 Packets Bytes Packets Bytes ------------------------------- ------------------------------- 680458 87098624 32318 See Also qos maps, cee-map Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 280: Show Qos Rcv-queue Interface

    0/2 Interface InTenGigabitEthernet 0/2 In-use 404019 bytes, Total buffer 1081344 bytes 0 packets dropped In-use Bytes Bytes ------------------------- 1081344 1081344 404019 1081344 1081344 1081344 1081344 1081344 1081344 See Also show qos rcv-queue multicast Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 281: Show Qos Rcv-queue Multicast

    For a stand-alone switch, all ASICs are considered as slot number zero (0). Guidelines Examples To display the queueing information: switch#show qos rcv-queue multicast intengigabitethernet 0/2 Dropped Counts Linecard/Portset TC 0 TC 1 TC 2 TC 3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- See Also show qos rcv-queue interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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  • Page 283: Port Authentication Commands

    Use this command to clear all accumulated port authentication statistics on all ports. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear dot1x statistics: switch>clear dot1x statistics See Also clear dot1x statistics interface Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 284: Clear Dot1x Statistics Interface

    Use this command to clear all of the dot1x statistics for a specific interface port. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To clear dot1x statistics on a port: switch#clear dot1x statistics interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 See Also clear dot1x statistics Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 285: Dot1x Authentication

    802.1X management. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To enable dot1x on a port: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x authentication See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 286: Dot1x Enable

    Use this command to globally enable 802.1X authentication. Use the no dot1x enable command to disable 802.1X authentication globally. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To enable 802.1X authentication globally: switch(config)#dot1x enable See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 287: Dot1x Port-control

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To enable the port state to auto: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x port-control auto See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 288: Dot1x Quiet-period

    Changing the quiet-period interval time to a number lower than the default can result in a faster Guidelines response time. Examples To change the interval time to 200 seconds: switch(config)#interface extengigabiethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x quiet-period 200 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 289: Dot1x Reauthenticate Interface

    Use this command to initiate the reauthentication on a specified interface. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To initiate reauthentication on interface extengigabitethernet 0/16: switch#dot1x reauthenticate interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 290: Dot1x Reauthentication

    Use this command to enable reauthentication on a port. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To enable reauthentication on a port: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x reauthentication See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 291: Dot1x Reauthmax

    To set the maximum number of reauthentication attempts to 5: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16))#dot1x reauthMax 5 To set the reauthentication maximum to the default value: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#no dot1x reauthMax See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 292: Dot1x Timeout Re-authperiod

    Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set 25 seconds as the amount of time between reauthorization attempts: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x timeout re-authperiod 25 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 293: Dot1x Timeout Server-timeout

    Use this command to set the authentication sever response timeout. Usage There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set 40 seconds as the switch-to-authentication server transmission time: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x timeout server-timeout 40 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 294: Dot1x Timeout Supp-timeout

    There are no usage guidelines for this command. Guidelines Examples To set 45 seconds as the switch-to-client retransmission time for the EAP request frame: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x timeout supp-timeout 40 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 295: Dot1x Timeout Tx-period

    To set 34 as the number of seconds to wait for a response to an EAP-request or identity frame from the client before retransmitting the request: switch(config)#interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 switch(conf-if-te-0/16)#dot1x timeout tx-period 34 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 296: Show Dot1x

    802.1X Port-Based Authentication Enabled PAE Capability: Authenticator Only Protocol Version: Auth Server: RADIUS RADIUS Configuration -------------------- Position: Server Address: 172.21.162.51 Port: 1812 Secret: sharedsecret Position: Server Address: 10.32.154.113 Port: 1812 Secret: sharedsecret See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 297: Show Dot1x All

    30 seconds Quiet Period: 60 seconds Supplicant Timeout: 30 seconds Server Timeout: 30 seconds Re-Auth Interval: 3600 seconds PAE State: Connected BE State: Invalid Supplicant Name: Supplicant Address: 0000.0000.0000 Current Id: Id From Server: Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 298

    See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 299: Show Dot1x Diagnostics Interface

    1 authEnterAuthenticating: 0 authSuccessWhileAuthenticating: 0 authTimeoutWhileAuthenticating: 0 authFailWhileAuthenticating: 0 authEapstartWhileAuthenticating: 0 authEaplogoggWhileAuthenticating: 0 authReauthsWhileAuthenticated: 0 authEapstartWhileAuthenticated: 0 authEaplogoffWhileAuthenticated: 0 BackendResponses: 0 BackendAccessChallenges: 0 BackendOtherrequestToSupplicant: 0 BackendAuthSuccess: 0 BackendAuthFails: 0 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 300: Show Dot1x Interface

    60 seconds Supplicant Timeout: 30 seconds Server Timeout: 30 seconds Re-Auth Interval: 3600 seconds PAE State: Connected BE State: Invalid Supplicant Name: Supplicant Address: 0000.0000.0000 Current Id: Id From Server: See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 301: Show Dot1x Session-info Interface

    To display all statistical information of the established session: switch>show dot1x session-info interface extengigabitethernet 0/16 802.1X Session info for te0/16 ------------------------------- User Name: testuser Session Time: 3 mins 34 secs Terminate Cause: Not terminated yet See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

  • Page 302: Show Dot1x Statistics Interface

    EAP Req/Id Frames Tx: 35 - EAP Request Frames Tx: 0 Invalid EAPOL Frames Rx: 0 - EAP Length Error Frames Rx: 0 EAPOL Last Frame Version Rx: 0 - EAPOL Last Frame Src: 0000.0000.0000 See Also none Dell Converged Enhanced Ethernet Command Reference 53-1002115-01...

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