top cli networking commands

(Extreme & heritage Avaya)


CPU UTILIZATION

-VSP >>> show khi performance cpu

-ERS >>> show cpu-utilization

-SUMMIT X >>> show cpu

 

STACK HEALTH

-ERS >>> show stack health

-ERS >>> show stack-info

-SUMMIT X >>> show stacking

 

Fiber Diagnostics

(SFP must support DDI)

-VSP >>> show pluggable-optical-modules detail 1/1

-SUMMIT X >>> show ports 1:1 transceiver information detail

 

SPANNING TREE

-VSP >>> show spanning-tree mstp status

-VSP >>> show spanning-tree mstp port role

-ERS >>> show spanning-tree config

-ERS >>> show spanning-tree ports

-SUMMIT X >>> show stpd

-SUMMIT X >>> show stp detail

 

TOPOLOGY

-VSP >>> show autotopology nmm-table

-ERS >>> show autotopology nmm-table

-SUMMIT X >>> show edp ports all

 

IP ARP

-VSP >>> show ip arp

-SUMMIT X >>> show iparp

 

MAC-ADDRESS-TABLE

-VSP >>> show vlan mac-address-entry ...

-ERS >>> show mac-address-table ...

-SUMMIT X >>> show fdb ...

 

PORTS

-VSP >>> show interfaces gig L1-config

-VSP >>> show interface gig error

-VSP >>> show interface gig error collision

-VSP >>> show interface gig statistics verbose

-VSP >>> monitor ports statistics 1/1 interface utilization

-ERS >>> show interfaces ...

-SUMMIT X >>> show ports ...

 

LOGS

-VSP >>> show clock

-VSP >>> show logging file tail

-ERS >>> show clock

-ERS >>> show logging sort-reverse

-SUMMIT X >>> show log ...

 

SAVE CONFIG

-VSP >>> write mem

-ERS >>> write mem

-SUMMIT X >>> save configuration

 

SLPP & SLPP Guard & ELRP

SLPP-Guard & ELRP should be enabled on NON-uplinks & in monitoring state. “Blocking” means there is a loop.

-VSP >>> show slpp

-ERS >>> show slpp-guard

-SUMMIT X >>> show elrp

-SUMMIT X >>> show elrp disabled-ports

 

BACKUP CONFIG

-VSP

enable

config t

boot config flags ftp write mem

Use WinSCP to copy config.cfg to laptop

-ERS

C to get to cli

enable

config t

write mem

copy running-config tftp address <ip of your tftp app> filename xyz.cfg

 

RESTORE CONFIG

-VSP

enable

config t

interface gigabitEthernet 1/1-1/50

no shutdown

exit

boot config flags telnetd

boot config flags ftpd

interface vlan 1

ip address <ip address> <subnet mask>

Use WinSCP to copy config.cfg from laptop to intflash root directory.

# You will need to set SNMP strings, telnet & web passwords

-ERS

enable

config t

ip address switch <ip address> netmask <subnet>

copy tftp config address 10.10.10.10 filename xyz.cfg

# You will need to set SNMP strings, telnet & web passwords

 

SW UPGRADE

-ERS

Write mem
Download address <tftp server ip> image xyz.img no-reset Download address <tftp server ip> diag xyz.bin

 

-SUMMIT X

Save configuration

Download image <tftp server ip> <filename.xos>

Reboot stack-topology

yes

Always review release notes to see what the upgrade path is and how big of a jump in versions you can take. And backup your config

 


Top SPB & ISIS Commands

 

ISIS Adjacencies

-VSP

Show isis adj

 

ISIS Interfaces

-VSP

Show isis interface

 

Total # of SPB Nodes

-VSP

Show isis spbm nick-name

 

L2 VSN's

-VSP

Show vlan i-sid

Show isis spbm i-sid all

 


Top R-SMLT v-IST Commands

 

Show R-SMLT Operation

-VSP

Show ip rsmlt

Show ip rsmlt edge-support

 

Show R-SMLT Operation

-VSP

Show virtual-ist

 


Top Fabric Attach Commands

 

Fabric Attach Standalone Proxy

-ERS

Show fa agent

Show fa uplink

Show fa vlan

Show fa elements

 

-VSP

Show fa agent

Show fa interface

Show fa assignment

Show fa elements