Use the debug sflow command to enable sFlow debug packet trace. Use the
"no" form of this command to disable sFlow packet tracing.
debug sflow packet
no debug sflow packet
Display of sFlow traces is disabled by default.
Privileged EXEC mode.
There are no usage guidelines for this command.
console#debug sflow packet
Use the debug spanning-tree command to trace spanning tree BPDU packet
reception and transmission. The receive option traces only received spanning
tree BPDUs and the transmit option traces only transmitted BPDUs. When
neither keyword is used in the command, all spanning tree BPDU traces are
dumped. Vital information such as source address, destination address,
control packet type, packet length, and the interface on which the packet is
received or transmitted is displayed on the console. Use the "no" form of this
command to disable tracing of spanning tree BPDUs.
debug spanning-tree bpdu [ receive | transmit ]
no debug spanning-tree bpdu [ receive | transmit ]
Serviceability Tracing Packet Commands