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HP PROCURVE 2610 Advanced Traffic Management Manual: Listing The Mib-enabled Forced Fast-leave Configuration

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N o t e o n V L A N
In the ProCurve switches covered in this guide, the walkmib and setmib
N u m b e r s
commands use an internal VLAN number (and not the VLAN ID, or VID) to
display or change many per-vlan features, such as the Forced Fast-Leave state.
Because the internal VLAN number for the default VLAN is always 1
(regardless of whether VLANs are enabled on the switch), and because a
discussion of internal VLAN numbers for multiple VLANs is beyond the scope
of this manual, this section concentrates on examples that use the default

Listing the MIB-Enabled Forced Fast-Leave Configuration

The Forced Fast-Leave configuration data is available in the switch's MIB, and
includes the state (enabled or disabled) for each port and the Forced-Leave
Interval for all ports on the switch.
To List the Forced Fast-Leave State for all Ports in the Switch. In
the CLI, use the walkmib command, as shown below.
Internal VLAN Number for the Default VLAN
Note: Internal VLAN numbers reflect the sequence
in which VLANs are created, and are not related to
the unique VID assigned to each VLAN. (See the
"Note on VLAN Numbers on page 4-19.)
Figure 4-4. Example of a Forced Fast-Leave Listing where all Ports are Members of the Default VLAN
Enter either of the following walkmib command options:
walkmib hpSwitchIgmpPortForcedLeaveState
- OR ­
The resulting display lists the Forced Fast-Leave state for all ports in the
switch, by VLAN. (A port belonging to more than one VLAN will be listed
once for each VLAN, and if multiple VLANs are not configured, all ports
will be listed as members of the default VLAN.) The following command
produces a listing such as that shown in figure 4-4:
Sequential Port
Ports 1-6: 6- Port 109/1000T Module in Slot A
Multimedia Traffic Control with IP Multicast (IGMP)
listing shows that Forced
Fast-Leave is disabled on
the corresponding port.
listing shows that Forced
Fast-Leave is enabled on
the corresponding port.
How IGMP Operates
at the end of a port
at the end of a port




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