Cisco IOS XR Interface and Hardware Component Command Reference for the Cisco CRS Router, Release 4.2.x
Internal Ethernet Control Network Commands on the Cisco IOS XR Software
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Internal Ethernet Control Network Commands on the Cisco IOS XR Software

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Internal Ethernet Control Network Commands on the Cisco IOS XR Software

This module provides command line interface (CLI) commands for configuring internal ethernet control on your router.

clear controller backplane ethernet clients

To clear the aggregate client statistics of traffic sent and received over the control Ethernet, use the clear controller backplane ethernet clients command in administration EXEC mode.

clear controller backplane ethernet clients { client-id statistics | all statistics } location node-id

Syntax Description

client-id

Client ID. Range is from 1 through 33.

statistics

Clears a list of client statistics for the specified client ID.

all

Clears a list of all client applications and their IDs.

location node-id

Clears the node or the controller information.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.3.0

This command was introduced. This command replaces the clear controller backplane ethernet location statistics command.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

system

execute

Examples

The following example shows how to clear client statistics for client ID 1 on the node at 0/1/1:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# clear controller backplane ethernet clients 1 statistics location 0/1/1
  

The following example shows how to clear all client statistics on the node at 0/1/1:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# clear controller backplane ethernet clients all statistics location 0/1/1
  

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet clients

Displays information about client applications in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet detail

Displays detailed information about the backplane interfaces in a particular location.  

clear controller backplane ethernet statistics

To clear the aggregate statistics of traffic sent and received over the control Ethernet, use the clear controller backplane ethernet statistics command in administration EXEC mode.

clear controller backplane ethernet statistics location node-id

Syntax Description

location node-id

Clears the node of statistics.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.3.0

This command was introduced. This command replaces the clear controller backplane ethernet location statistics command.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

system

execute

Examples

The following example shows how to clear all statistics on the node at 0/1/1:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# clear controller backplane ethernet statistics location 0/1/1
  

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet brief

Displays brief information about backplane Ethernet interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet brief

To display brief information about backplane Ethernet interfaces in a particular location, use the show controllers backplane ethernet brief command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet brief location node-id

Syntax Description

location node-id

Displays brief backplane Ethernet information for a specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.3.0

This command was introduced. This command replaces the show controllers backplane ethernet local brief and show controllers backplane ethernet location brief commands.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows the output from the show controllers backplane ethernet brief command:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet brief location 0/1/0 

FastEthernet0_0_CPU0 (local) is up, MTU 1514 bytes
    57569 packets input, 5999749 bytes
    36963 packets output, 4105673 bytes
  
Table 1 show controllers backplane ethernet brief Field Descriptions

Field

Description

MTU

Maximum packet size, in bytes, that a particular interface can handle.

packets input

Total number of packets received.

packets output

Total number of packets transmitted.

bytes

Total number of bytes, including data and MAC encapsulation, in the error-free packets transmitted by the system.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet clients

Displays information about client applications in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet detail

Displays detailed information about the backplane interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet clients

To display information about client applications in a particular location, use the show controllers backplane ethernet clients command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet clients { client-id statistics | all } location node-id

Syntax Description

client-id

Client ID. Range is from 1 through 33.

statistics

Displays a list of client statistics for the specified client ID.

all

Displays a list of all client applications and their IDs.

location node-id

Displays a list of all client applications and their IDs for a specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.3.0

This command was introduced. This command replaces the show controllers backplane ethernet local clients and show controllers backplane ethernet location clients commands.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows the output from the show controllers backplane ethernet clients command, which displays detailed statistics for a specified backplane client application:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet clients 2 statistics location 0/rp0/cpu0

  Client GSP, ES Client Id 2, PID 127057 running on FastEthernet0_RP0_CPU0 
    LWM calls 1 open, 0 close, 0 close callback, 0 unblocks
    1610 packets input, 531492 bytes
    1601 packets delivered,518082 bytes
    0 packets discarded (0 bytes) in garbage collection
    0 (0 bytes) unicast packets filtered
    9 (3750 bytes) multicast packets filtered
    0 (0 bytes) buffer mgmt policy discards
    0 (0 bytes) locking error discards
    0 packets waiting for client 
 
    1846 packets output, 905259 bytes, 0 could not be transmitted
    Packets output at high priority : 251
    Packets output at med  priority : 0
    Packets output at low  priority : 1595
    Out-of-packet write rejects (high) : 0
    Out-of-packet write rejects (med ) : 0
    Out-of-packet write rejects (low ) : 0
    DMA write rejects (high) : 0
    DMA write rejects (med ) : 0
    DMA write rejects (low ) : 0
 
    Async calls open 1, close 0 (Number of async open calls by the client with eth_server)
 
    Rx pkts at high level : produced 246, lipc 0, depth 0, drops 0 (Rx packets produced, consumed, queue depth, drops at various levels)
    Rx pkts at high level : consumed 246, fails 0, wakeups 240
    Rx pkts at med  level : produced 0, lipc 0, depth 0, drops 0
    Rx pkts at med  level : consumed 0, fails 0, wakeups 0
    Rx pkts at low  level : produced 1355, lipc 0, depth 0, drops 0
    Rx pkts at low  level : consumed 1355, fails 0, wakeups 1032
 
    Rx mem score 0, alloc fails 0, free fails 0      (Rx mem score for this client, alloc free fails)
    Rx mem threshold exceeded rejects 0, mutex lock fails 0 (Rx mem drops due to non-avail of buffers, mutex lock fails)
 
    Tx pkts at high level : produced 251, depth 0, fails 0, drops 0 (Tx packets produced, consumed, queue depth, drops at various levels)
    Tx pkts at high level : consumed 251, drops 0, wakeups 251
    Tx pkts at med  level : produced 0, depth 0, fails 0, drops 0
    Tx pkts at med  level : consumed 0, drops 0, wakeups 0
    Tx pkts at low  level : produced 1595, depth 0, fails 0, drops 0
    Tx pkts at low  level : consumed 1595, drops 0, wakeups 1110
 
    Tx mem score 0, server held 0, alloc fails 0, free fails 0 (Tx mem score for this client, alloc free fails)
    Tx mem threshold exceeded rejects 0, mutex lock fails 0
  
Table 2 show controllers backplane ethernet clients Field Descriptions (For a Specified Client)

Field

Description

Client GSP

Name of the Ethernet server client.

ES Client Id number

Numerical identifier of the Ethernet server client.

PID number running on Fast Ethernet location

Process identifier of the Ethernet server client.

LWM calls

Number of corresponding lightweight messaging (LWM) calls performed by the client.

packets input, bytes

Total packet bytes received by the Ethernet server for this client.

packets delivered, bytes

Total packet bytes delivered by the Ethernet server to the client.

packets discarded (bytes) in garbage collection

Number of packets and packet bytes discarded because the client did not pick up the packet in 10 seconds.

(bytes) unicast packets filtered

Number of unicast packets and unicast packet bytes not destined for this client.

(bytes) multicast packets filtered

Number of multicast packets and multicast packet bytes not destined for this client.

(bytes) buffer mgmt policy discards

Number of packets and packet bytes dropped because the client used too many Ethernet server buffers.

(bytes) locking error discards

Number of packets and packet bytes discarded because of locking error discards.

packets waiting for client

Number of packets waiting to be picked up by the client.

packet output, bytes

Number of packets and packet bytes output by the Ethernet server for this client.

could not be transmitted

Number of packets that could not be transmitted by the Ethernet server for this client.

Packets output at high, medium, low priority

Number of packets output at high, medium, and low priorities.

Out-of-packet write rejects (high, medium, low)

Number of packet write failures at high, medium, and low priorities.

DMA write rejects (high, medium, low)

Number of packet write failures by the driver at high, medium, and low priorities.

Async calls open, close

Number of asynchronous calls performed by the client.

Rx pkts at high, med, low levels (produced, consumed, queue depth, drops at various levels)

Number of packets received by the Ethernet server and produced onto the queueing and dispatching (QAD) queue for the client. Also, number of packets consumed by the client, depth off the queue, and dropped.

Rx pkts at high, med, low levels (consumed, fails, wakeups)

Number of packets consumed by the client from the QAD queue. Also, number of packets that failed and number of wakeups.

Rx mem score

Number of buffers currently held by the client on the receive side.

alloc fails

Number of receive allocation failures for the client.

free fails

Number of free failures for the client.

Rx mem threshold exceeded rejects

Number of packets dropped because the client exceeded its threshold.

mutex lock fails

Number of mutex lock failures on the receive side.

Tx pkts at high, med, low levels (produced, depth, fails, drops)

Number of packets enqueued onto the QAD queue by the client. Also, the depth off the queue and number of packets that failed and were dropped.

Tx pkts at high, med, low levels (consumed, drops, wakeups)

Number of packets dequeued from the QAD queue by the Ethernet server. Also, number of packets that were dropped and number of wakeups.

Tx mem score

Number of buffers currently held by the client on the transmit side.

server held

Number of packets given by the client and not yet transmitted by the Ethernet server.

alloc fails

Number of allocation failures for the client on the transmit side.

free fails

Number of free failures on the transmit side.

Tx mem threshold exceeded rejects

Number of transmit packet failures because the client exceeded its quota.

mutex lock fails

Number of mutex lock failures on the transmit side.

The following example shows the output from the show controllers backplane ethernet clients command, which displays a summary of statistics for all of the backplane client applications:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet clients all location 0/0/CPU0 


    Intf           Client ethernet         Client              Description
    Name              server id            Process Id
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 FE0_0_CPU0               1                 12307          QNX network manager
                          2                 28726               Group services
                          3                     0          Reserved for Attach
                          4                     0            Plugin controller
                          5                     0                Designated SC
                          6                     0                HFR H/W diags
                          7                     0            IP packet handler
                          8                 16415        Redundancy controller
                          9                     0          HFR Virtual console
                         10                 12312         HFR Virtual terminal
                         11                 12305        Control ethernet echo
                         12                     0       Control eth echo reply
                         13                     0  Card Configuration Protocol
                         14                     0          Reserved for Attach
                         15                     0           Chassis controller
                         16                     0            Forwarding driver
                         17                 16414                    MBI hello
                         18                     0       MBI Boot Server Source
                         19                     0                HSR ES client
                         20                     0           Test application 1
                         21                     0           Test application 2
                         22                     0      Test client out-of-band
  
Table 3 show controllers backplane ethernet clients Field Descriptions (For All Clients)

Field

Description

Intf Name

Identifies the Ethernet interface.

Client ethernet server id

Identifies the Ethernet server for the specified interface.

Client process id

Identifies the client process running on the specified interface.

Description

Describes the backplane client application.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet brief

Displays brief information about backplane Ethernet interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet detail

Displays detailed information about the backplane interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet detail

To display detailed information about the backplane interfaces in a particular location, use the show controllers backplane ethernet detail command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet detail location node-id

Syntax Description

location node-id

Displays detailed information about backplane interfaces for a specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.3.0

This command was introduced. This command replaces the show controllers backplane ethernet local detail and show controllers backplane ethernet location detail commands.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows the output from the show controllers backplane ethernet detail command:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet detail location 0/rp0/cpu0

FastEthernet0_RP0_CPU0 is up
  Hardware is 10/100 Ethernet, H/W address is 5246.4800.0201
  Internet address is 10.0.2.1
  MTU 1514 bytes 
  Encapsulation HFRIES (Platform Internal Ethernet Server)
  Mode : Full Duplex,  Rate : 100Mb/s 
    11576 packets input, 809064 bytes, 0 total input drops 
    11346 driver inputs,11175 driver callbacks
    0 packets discarded (0 bytes) in garbage collection
    12 packets discarded (5784 bytes) in recv processing
    0 incomplete frames discarded
    0 packets discarded due to bad headers
    0 packets waiting for clients 
    0 packets waiting on Rx 
    Packets waiting at high priority : 0
    Packets waiting at med  priority : 0
    Packets waiting at low  priority : 0
    Received 3 broadcast packets, 54 multicast packets
    Input errors: 0 CRC, 0 overrun, 0 alignment, 0 length, 0 collision
    12105 packets output, 17021692 bytes, 0 total output drops
    Output 0 broadcast packets, 555 multicast packets
    Output errors: 0 underruns, 0 aborts, 0 loss of carrier
    Write rejects : 0
    Rx mem score 1000, alloc fails 0, free fails 0, retrieved buffers 0 (memory score on Rx side, 1000 is expected, alloc, free fails on Rx side)
    Rx mem threshold exceeded rejects 0, mutex lock fails 0 (Memory threshold exceeded due to lack of buffers on Rx)
    Tx mem score 1, server held 0, alloc fails 0, free fails 0 (memory score on Tx side)
    Tx mem threshold exceeded rejects 0, mutex lock fails 0, retrieved buffers 0 
    Tx quota for         high :  100  med  :  100  low  :  799  (Buffer quota on tx side, expected is  arnd 100, 100, 800)
    Tx waits for         high :    0  med  :    0  low  :    0 (tx stalls (lwm+qad) due to non-avail of buffers)
    Tx (QAD) waits for   high :    0  med  :    0  low  :    0 (tx stalls (qad only))
    Tx (QAD) wakeups for high :  146  med  :    0  low  :   22 (tx wakeups)
   
Table 4 show controllers backplane ethernet detail Field Descriptions

Field

Description

FastEthernetnode is status

Status of the node, which can be up or down.

Hardware

Hardware type, followed by the hardware address.

Internet address

IP address of the interface.

MTU

Maximum packet size, in bytes, that a particular interface can handle.

Encapsulation

Encapsulation method assigned to the interface.

Mode

Operating mode of the interface, followed by transmission data.

packets input

Total number of packets received.

bytes

Total number of bytes, including data and MAC encapsulation, in the error-free packets received by the system.

total input drops

Total number of packets dropped from the input queue because the queue was full.

driver inputs

Number of packets input inside the software driver.

driver callbacks

Number of callback invocations by the software driver.

packets discarded (bytes) in garbage collection

Number of packets and bytes discarded.

packets discarded (bytes) in recv processing

Number of packets and bytes discarded.

incomplete frames discarded

Number of incomplete frames dropped in the receive direction.

packets discarded due to bad headers

Number of packets dropped because of bad headers.

packets waiting for clients

Number of packets to be picked up by the client.

packets waiting on Rx

Number of packets to be processed by the Ethernet server.

Packets waiting at high/med/low priority

Number of high-, medium-, and low-priority packets to be processed by the Ethernet server.

Received broadcast packets, multicast packets

Total number of broadcast and multicast packets received by the interface.

Input errors

Number of errors received by the interface. Input errors occur when incoming cells are dropped or corrupted. The possible input errors are as follows:

  • CRC—Number of times that the checksum calculated from the data received did not match the checksum from the transmitted data.
  • overrun—Number of times that the receiver hardware was incapable of handing received data to a hardware buffer because the input rate exceeded the receiver's capability to handle the data.
  • alignment—Number of nonoctets received.
  • length—Number of times the interface prevented the ASIC from overrunning a maximum transmission unit (MTU) size.
  • collision—Number of messages retransmitted because of an Ethernet collision.

packets output

Total number of messages transmitted by the system.

bytes

Total number of bytes, including data and MAC encapsulation, in the error-free packets transmitted by the system.

total output drops

Total number of packets dropped from the output queue because the queue was full.

Output broadcast packets, multicast packets

Total number of broadcast and multicast packets transmitted by the interface.

Output errors

Number of errors transmitted on the interface. Output errors occur when outgoing cells are dropped or corrupted. The possible types output errors are as follows:

  • underruns—Number of times that the far-end transmitter has been running faster than the near-end receiver can handle.
  • aborts—Number of illegal sequences of one bits on the interface.
  • loss of carrier—Number of times the interface was reset because the carrier detect line of that interface was up, but the line protocol was down.

Write rejects

Number of software driver errors on the transmit side.

Rx mem score

Number of overall outstanding Ethernet server receive buffers.

alloc fails

Number of allocation failures in the receive direction.

free fails

Number of free failures in the receive direction.

retrieved buffers

Number of receive buffers retrieved.

Rx mem threshold exceeded rejects

Number of receive buffer rejects because of a threshold overrun.

mutex lock fails

Number of mutex lock failures in the receive direction.

Tx mem score

Number of outstanding transmit buffers for all clients.

server held

Number of buffers, with packets not yet transmitted, held by the Ethernet server.

alloc fails

Number of allocation failures in the transmit direction.

free fails

Number of free failures in the transmit direction.

Tx mem threshold exceeded rejects

Number of transmit buffer rejects because of a threshold overrun.

mutex lock fails

Number of mutex lock failures in the transmit direction.

retrieved buffers

Number of transmit buffers retrieved.

Tx quota for high/med/low

Total number of buffers available for transmission on the ring.

Tx waits for high/med/low

Number of times the transmit thread had to wait because of a buffer quota shortage for LWM clients.

Tx (QAD) waits for high/med/low

Number of times queueing and dispatching (QAD) clients had to wait because of a quota shortage.

Tx (QAD) wakeups for high/med/low

Number of times the transmit thread was woken up.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet brief

Displays brief information about backplane Ethernet interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet clients

Displays information about client applications in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge basic

To display basic information for a Control Ethernet (CE) bridge, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge bridge-name basic

Syntax Description

bridge-name

Identifies the bridge whose information you want to display. For the bridge-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernet rack_slot_module_ [S0 | S1]

The underscore between values is required as part of the notation. A sample bridge name is ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0.

Note   

To view a list of CE bridges currently in the system, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the bridge naming notation (ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display basic information for a bridge named ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 basic

Bridge Base Information
--------------------------------------------
Bridge Name      : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
Bridge Address   : 00 11 93 ef e8 e2 
Number of Ports  : 18
Bridge Type      : Transparent Only
--------------------------------------------
  
Table 5 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge basic Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

Bridge Address

Displays the MAC address of the bridge.

Number of Ports

Displays the number of ports controlled by the bridge.

Bridge Type

Indicates the type of bridging that is being performed. Valid values include the following:

  • Unknown
  • Transparent Only
  • Sourceroute Only
  • SRT

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge fdb-entry

To display the forwarding table entry for a Control Ethernet (CE) bridge port, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge fdb-entry command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge bridge-name fdb-entry mac-address

Syntax Description

bridge-name

Identifies the bridge whose information you want to display. For the bridge-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]

The underscore between values is required as part of the notation. A sample bridge name is ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0.

Note   

To view a list of CE bridges currently in the system, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command.

mac-address

Identifies a bridge port with the specified 48-bit MAC address. You must enter the address in the H.H.H format.

Note   

To view the forwarding table of a CE bridge, which includes 48-bit MAC addresses, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge forwarding command

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the bridge naming notation (ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display the forwarding table entry for a bridge port with the MAC address of 5246.4800.0040:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 fdb-entry 5246.4800.0040

------------------------------------------------------
Bridge Name      : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
      Trasparent Bridging Forwarding Table       
------------------------------------------------------
Mac_Address     Ingress_Port    Status
------------------------------------------------------
5246.4800.0040          12      Learned
  
Table 6 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge fdb-entry Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

MAC Address

Displays a unicast 48-bit MAC address for which the bridge has forwarding and/or filtering information.

Ingress Port

Displays the number of the port. A value of 0 indicates that the port number has not been learned, but that the bridge does have some forwarding/filtering information about this address.

Status

Displays the status of the port, which can be one of the following:

  • Other—None of the other values applies.
  • Invalid—The forwarding table entry is no longer valid (for example, it was learned and has since aged out), but has not yet been flushed from the table.
  • Learned—The port was learned and is being used.
  • Self—The MAC address of the port represents one of the addresses.
  • Mgmt—The MAC address of the port is also the value of an existing instance of dot1dStaticAddress.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge forwarding

Displays a forwarding database table for a CE bridge.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port

Displays information for a CE bridge port.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge forwarding

To display a forwarding database table for a Control Ethernet (CE) bridge, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge forwarding command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge bridge-name forwarding

Syntax Description

bridge-name

Identifies the bridge whose information you want to display. For the bridge-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]

The underscore between values is required as part of the notation. A sample bridge name is ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0.

Note   

To view a list of CE bridges currently in the system, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the bridge naming notation (ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display forwarding database information a bridge named ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 forwarding

------------------------------------------------------
Bridge Name      : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
      Trasparent Bridging Forwarding Table       
------------------------------------------------------
Mac_Address     Ingress_Port    Status
------------------------------------------------------
0000.0000.0000          0       Learned
0000.000f.ffff          0       Learned
0000.0102.0304          1       Learned
0249.4450.0000          0       Learned
0249.4450.0001          0       Learned
0249.4450.0002          0       Learned
5246.4800.0010          9       Learned
5246.4800.0011          9       Learned
5246.4800.0040          12      Learned
5246.4800.0041          12      Learned
5246.4800.0042          12      Learned
5246.4800.0060          14      Learned
5246.4800.0061          14      Learned
5246.4800.0201          0       Learned
5246.4800.0211          1       Learned
5246.4800.0800          2       Learned
5246.4800.0810          3       Learned
5246.4800.0820          4       Learned
5246.4800.0830          5       Learned
ffff.ffff.ffff          0       Learned
   
Table 7 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge forwarding Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

MAC Address

Displays a unicast 48-bit MAC address for which the bridge has forwarding and/or filtering information.

Ingress Port

Displays the number of the port. A value of 0 indicates that the port number has not been learned, but that the bridge does have some forwarding/filtering information about this address.

Status

Displays the status of the port, which can be one of the following:

  • Other—None of the other values applies.
  • Invalid—The forwarding table entry is no longer valid (for example, it was learned and has since aged out), but has not yet been flushed from the table.
  • Learned—The port was learned and is being used.
  • Self—The MAC address of the port represents one of the addresses.
  • Mgmt—The MAC address of the port is also the value of an existing instance of dot1dStaticAddress.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge fdb-entry

Displays the forwarding table entry for a CE bridge port.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

To display the Control Ethernet (CE) bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

The Cisco CRS system is comprised of multiple CE bridges. Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example displays a list of CE bridges that comprise a routing system:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernet0_RP1_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernet1_RP0_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernet1_RP1_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernetF0_SC0_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernetF0_SC0_CPU0_S1
ControlEthernetF0_SC1_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernetF0_SC1_CPU0_S1
ControlEthernetF1_SC0_CPU0_S0
ControlEthernetF1_SC0_CPU0_S1
   
Table 8 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list Field Descriptions

Field

Description

bridge-name

Displays the name of each bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_S0 | S1 naming notation where an explanation of each components is as follows:

  • rack = Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot = Physical slot number of the card.
  • module = Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • S0 | S1 = S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show platform

Displays information and status for each node in the system.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port

To display information for a Control Ethernet (CE) bridge port, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port command in administration EXEC mode.

{ show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge bridge-name port port-number basic | span-tree | transparent }

Syntax Description

bridge-name

Identifies the bridge whose information you want to display. For the bridge-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]

The underscore between values is required as part of the notation. A sample bridge name is ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0.

Note   

To view a list of CE bridges currently in the system, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command.

port-number

Specify a bridge port number. The range is from 1 to 50.

basic

Displays basic information for a bridge port.

span-tree

Displays Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) information for a bridge port.

transparent

Displays transparent bridging information for a bridge port.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the bridge naming notation (ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

The Cisco CRS system is comprised of multiple bridges. Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge. STP is implemented to avoid bridging loops within the control plane network.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display basic information for port 12 on bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 port 12 basic

Bridge Base Port Information      
------------------------------------------
Bridge Name             : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
Port Id                 : 12
InterfaceName           : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0_12
Circuit                 : NULL
Delay Discards          : 0
MTU Discards            : 0
------------------------------------------
   
Table 9 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port basic Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

Port ID

Displays the number of the port for which you are displaying information.

Interface Name

Displays the name of the interface associated with the port in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]_port naming notation.

Circuit

Displays a unique name (NULL) for a port that potentially has the same value as another port on the same bridge.

Delay Discards

Displays the number of frames discarded by the port because of excessive transit delays through the bridge. This counter is incremented by both transparent and source route bridges.

MTU Discards

Displays the number of frames discarded by the port because they are too large. This counter is incremented by both transparent and source route bridges.

The following example shows how to display STP information for port 12 on bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 port 12 span-tree

Bridge stp Port Information      
------------------------------------------
Bridge Name             : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
Port Id                 : 12
Port Priority           : 128
Port State              : forwarding(5)
Port Enabled            : enabled(1)
Path Cost               : 200000
Port Designated Root    : 90 01 00 11 93 ef e8 e2 
Port Designated Cost    : 0
Port Designated Bridge  : 90 01 00 11 93 ef e8 e2 
Designated Port         : 32770
Forward Transport count : 2
------------------------------------------
   
Table 10 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port span-tree Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

Port ID

Displays the number of the port for which you are displaying information.

Port Priority

Displays the value of the priority field, which is contained in the first octet (in network byte order) of the Port ID (2 octet long).

Port State

Displays the current state of the port as defined by STP. Valid values are disabled(1), blocking(2), listening(3), learning(4), forwarding(5), and broken(6).

Port Enabled

Indicates whether the port is enabled or disabled.

Path Cost

Displays the contribution of the port to the cost of paths towards its spanning tree root.

Port Designated Root

Displays the unique identifier of the bridge, which is recorded as the root in the bridge protocol data units (BPDUs). The BPDUs are transmitted by the designated bridge for the segment to which the port is attached.

Port Designated Cost

Displays the path cost of the designated port for the segment connected to this port.

Port Designated Bridge

Displays the identifier of the bridge that a port considers to be the designated bridge for the segment connected to this port.

Designated Port

Displays the identifier of the port on the designated bridge for the segment connected to this port.

Forward Transport Count

Displays the number of times this port has transitioned from the learning to the forwarding states.

The following example shows how to display transparent bridging information for port 12 on bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 port 12 transparent

Bridge tp Port Information      
------------------------------------------
Bridge Name             : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
Port Id                 : 12
Maximum                 : 1504
Receive Count           : 1
Transmit Count          : 123
Received Discards       : 0
------------------------------------------
   
Table 11 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port transparent Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

Port ID

Displays the number of the port for which you are displaying information.

Maximum

Displays the maximum size, in bytes, of the INFO (non-MAC) field that the port receives or transmits.

Receive Count

Displays the number of frames received by the port from the segment to which it is connected.

Transmit Count

Displays the number of frames transmitted by the port to the segment to which it is connected.

Received Discards

Displays the number of received valid frames that were discarded.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge fdb-entry

Displays the forwarding table entry for a CE bridge port.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge span-tree

To display Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) information for a Control Ethernet (CE) bridge, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge span-tree command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge bridge-name span-tree

Syntax Description

bridge-name

Identifies the bridge whose information you want to display. For the bridge-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]

The underscore between values is required as part of the notation. A sample bridge name is ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0.

Note   

To view a list of CE bridges currently in the system, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the bridge naming notation (ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

The Cisco CRS system is comprised of multiple bridges. Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge. STP is implemented to avoid bridging loops within the control plane network.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display STP information for bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 span-tree

Spanning Tree Protocol Information
--------------------------------------------
Bridge Name              : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
STP Version              : IEEE8021D
STP Priority             : 36864
STP Topology Change      : 1793743
STP Topology Change Count: 2
Designated Root          : 90 00 00 11 93 ef e8 e2 
STP Root Cost            : 0
STP Root Port            : 0
Maximum Age              : 8
Hello Time               : 1
STP Hold Time            : 1
STP Forward Delay        : 6
Bridge Maximum Age       : 8
Bridge Hello Time        : 1
Bridge Forward Delay     : 6
--------------------------------------------
   
Table 12 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge span-tree Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

STP Version

Displays the STP version that is currently running.

STP Priority

Displays the value of the writable portion of the bridge ID (the first two octets of the bridge ID). The valid range is 0 through 65535.

STP Topology Change

Displays the time, in hundredths of a second, since a topology change was last detected by the bridge.

STP Topology Change Count

Displays the number of topology changes detected by the bridge since the management entity was last reset or initialized.

Designated Root

Displays the bridge identifier of the root of the spanning tree as determined by STP.

STP Root Cost

Displays the path cost from the bridge to the root.

STP Root Port

Displays the number of the port that offers the lowest cost path from the bridge to the root bridge.

Maximum Age

Displays the maximum age, in hundredths of a second, of STP information learned from the network on any port before it is discarded.

Hello Time

Displays the time, in hundredths of a second, between the transmission of bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) by any port that is the root of the spanning tree or trying to become the root.

STP Hold Time

Displays the amount of time, in hundredths of a second, that determines the interval during which no more than two BPDUs are transmitted by the node.

STP Forward Delay

Displays a time value, in hundredths of a second, that determines how fast a port changes its spanning state when moving toward the forwarding state.

Bridge Maximum Age

Displays a maximum age value used by all bridges when this bridge is acting as the root.

Bridge Hello Time

Displays a hello time value used by all bridges when this bridge is acting as the root.

Bridge Forward Delay

Displays a forward delay value used by all bridges when this bridge is acting as the root.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port

Displays information for a CE bridge port.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge transparent

To display transparent bridging information for a Control Ethernet (CE) bridge, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge transparent command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge bridge-name transparent

Syntax Description

bridge-name

Identifies the bridge whose information you want to display. For the bridge-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]

The underscore between values is required as part of the notation. A sample bridge name is ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0.

Note   

To view a list of CE bridges currently in the system, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the bridge naming notation (ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.

Each route processor (RP) card has one S0 bridge, and each system controller (SC) card has one S0 bridge and one S1 bridge.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display transparent bridging information for bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0 transparent

Spanning Tree Protocol Information
--------------------------------------------
Bridge Name             : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0
Learned Discards        : 0
Aging Time              : 300
--------------------------------------------
   
Table 13 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge transparent Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Bridge Name

Displays the name of the bridge in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1] naming notation.

Learned Discards

Displays the number of forwarding database entries that were learned or would have been learned but have been discarded because of a storage space shortage in the forwarding database.

Aging Time

Displays the time-out period, in seconds, for aging out dynamically learned forwarding information.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge list

Displays the CE bridges distributed across a Cisco CRS system.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability bridge port

Displays information for a CE bridge port.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface attributes

To display attribute information for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface attributes command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface interface-name attributes

Syntax Description

interface-name

Identifies the CE interface whose information you want to display. For the interface-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port

The slash between values is required as part of the notation. A sample CE interface name is ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1.

Note   

To view a list of the CE interfaces for a node, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the interface naming notation (ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack switch, and S1 indicates an inter-rack switch.
  • port: Physical port number of the interface.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display attribute information for a specified CE interface:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/10 attributes

Control Ether Interface Attributes
----------------------------------
Interface Name      : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0_10
Interface Type      : Fast Ethernet
Interface Speed      : 100000000
Interface High Speed : 100
Admin Status         : 1
Oper  Status         : 1
Connector Present    : 0
Physical Address     : NA
----------------------------------
   
Table 14 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface attributes Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Interface Name

Displays the name of the CE interface in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]_port naming notation.

Interface Type

Displays the type of interface.

Interface Speed

Displays the current bandwidth, in bits per second, of the interface.

Interface High Speed

Displays the current bandwidth, in units of 1,000,000 bits per second, of the interface.

Admin Status

Displays the state of the interface. Valid values are 1 (up), 2 (down), and 3 (testing). While the interface is in a testing state, operational packets cannot be passed.

Oper Status

Displays the current operational state of the interface. Valid values are 1 (up), 2 (down), 3 (testing), 4 (unknown), 5 (dormant), 6 (not present), 7 (lower layer down).

Connector Present

Indicates whether the interface sublayer has a physical connector. Valid values include 0 (a physical connector is present), and 1 (a physical connector is not present).

Physical Address

The address of the interface at its protocol sublayer, if one is present.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

Displays a list of CE interfaces for a node.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

To display a list of Control Ethernet (CE) interfaces for a node, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list [ location node-id ]

Syntax Description

location node-id

(Optional) Displays CE interfaces for a specified location. Enter the node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Default

CE interfaces for the active route processor (RP) are displayed.

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display a list of the CE interfaces for the active RP, which in this case includes 18 ports.

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/2
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/3
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/4
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/5
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/6
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/7
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/8
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/9
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/10
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/11
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/12
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/13
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/14
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/15
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/16
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/49
ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/50
  

The following example shows how to display a list of the CE interfaces for the standby RP, which in this case also includes 18 ports.

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list location 0/RP1/CPU0

ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/1
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/2
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/3
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/4
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/5
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/6
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/7
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/8
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/9
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/10
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/11
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/12
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/13
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/14
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/15
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/16
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/49
ControlEthernet0/RP1/CPU0/S0/50
  
Table 15 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list Field Descriptions

Field

Description

interface-name

Displays the name of each interface in the ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/S0 | S1/port naming notation, where an explanation of each components is as follows:

  • rack = Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot = Physical slot number of the card.
  • module = Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • S0 | S1 = S0 indicates an intra-rack bridge, and S1 indicates an inter-rack bridge.
  • port: Physical port number of the interface.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show platform

Displays information and status for each node in the system.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-autonet-info

To display medium attachment unit (MAU) auto negotiation information for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-autonet-info command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface interface-name mau-autonet-info

Syntax Description

interface-name

Identifies the CE interface whose information you want to display. For the interface-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port

The slash between values is required as part of the notation. A sample CE interface name is ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1.

Note   

To view a list of the CE interfaces for a node, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the interface naming notation (ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack switch, and S1 indicates an inter-rack switch.
  • port: Physical port number of the interface.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display information about MAU auto negotiation for interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/49:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/49 mau-autoneg-info

Control Ether MAU Auto Neg Information
--------------------------------------
Interface Name             : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0_49
AutoNeg Admin Status       : Enabled
AutoNeg Remote Signal      : Not Detected
AutoNeg Config             : Other
AutoNeg Restart            : No Restart
Local Capability Bits      : b1000baseXFD
Advertised Capability Bits : b1000baseXFD
Received Capability Bits   : b1000baseXFD
--------------------------------------
  
Table 16 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-autoneg-info Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Interface Name

Displays the name of the CE interface in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]_port naming notation.

AutoNeg Admin Status

Displays the status of the auto-negotiation function (enabled or disabled).

AutoNeg Remote Signal

Indicates whether or not auto-negotiation signaling is detected on the remote end of the link.

AutoNeg Config

Indicates the current status of the auto-negotiation process, which can be one of the following: other, configuring, complete, disabled, parallel detect fail.

AutoNeg Restart

Displays whether or not the auto-negotiation function is restarting link negotiation.

Local Capability Bits

Displays a value that uniquely identifies the set of capabilities of the local auto-negotiation entity, which can be one of the following:

  • bOther—Other or unknown
  • b10baseT—10BASE-T half-duplex mode
  • b10baseTFD—10BASE-T full-duplex mode
  • b100baseT4—100BASE-T4
  • b100baseTX—100BASE-TX half-duplex mode
  • b100baseTXFD—100BASE-TX full-duplex mode
  • b100baseT2—100BASE-T2 half-duplex mode
  • b100baseT2FD—100BASE-T2 full-duplex mode
  • bfdxPause—PAUSE for full-duplex links
  • bfdxAPause—Asymmetric PAUSE for full-duplex links
  • bfdxSPause—Symmetric PAUSE for full-duplex links
  • bfdxBPause—Asymmetric and symmetric PAUSE for full-duplex links
  • b1000baseX—1000BASE-X, -LX, -SX, -CX half-duplex mode
  • b1000baseXFD—1000BASE-X, -LX, -SX, -CX full-duplex mode
  • b1000baseT—1000BASE-T half-duplex mode
  • b1000baseTFD—1000BASE-T full-duplex mode

Advertised Capability Bits

Displays a value that uniquely identifies the set of capabilities advertised by the local auto-negotiation entity. For a list of valid values, refer to the Local Capability Bits entry in this table.

Received Capability Bits

Displays a value that uniquely identifies the set of capabilities received from the remote auto-negotiation entity. For a list of valid values, refer to the Local Capability Bits entry in this table.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

Displays a list of CE interfaces for a node.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-info

Displays medium attachment unit (MAU) information for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-jack-type

Displays the medium attachment unit (MAU) jack type for a CE interface.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-info

To display medium attachment unit (MAU) information for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-info command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface interface-name mau-info

Syntax Description

interface-name

Identifies the CE interface whose information you want to display. For the interface-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port

The slash between values is required as part of the notation. A sample CE interface name is ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1.

Note   

To view a list of the CE interfaces for a node, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the interface naming notation (ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack switch, and S1 indicates an inter-rack switch.
  • port: Physical port number of the interface.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display MAU information for interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/10:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)#show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/10 mau-info

Control Ether MAU Information
----------------------------------
Interface Name        : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0_10
MAU Type              : dot3MauTypeAUI
MAU Status            : Operational 
Media Available       : Available 
Media Avail St Exits  : 0
MAU Jabber state      : No Jabber 
Jabber State Enters   : 0
False Carrier Events  : 3
MAU DefaultType       : dot3MauTypeAUI
Auto Neg Supported    : 0
MAU TypeList Bits     : bOther
HCFalse Carriers        : 3
  
Table 17 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-info Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Interface Name

Displays the name of the CE interface in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]_port naming notation.

MAU Type

Displays the MAU type, which can be one of the following:

  • dot3MauTypeAUI—No internal MAU, view from AUI
  • dot3MauType100BaseT4—4 pair category 3 UTP
  • dot3MauType1000BaseLXFD—Fiber over long-wavelength laser, full duplex mode
  • dot3MauType1000BaseSXFD—Fiber over short-wavelength laser, full duplex mode

MAU Status

Displays the current state of the MAU. Valid values are other, unknown, operational, standby, shutdown, and reset.

Media Available

Displays the state of the available MAU, which can be one of the following:

  • Other—The state of the MAU is not one of the other valid values.
  • Unknown—The state of the MAU is unknown; for example, the MAU is being initialized.
  • Available—The link, light, or loopback states are normal.
  • Not Available—The MAU is experiencing link loss or is in a low light or no loopback state.
  • Remote Fault—A fault is detected at the remote end of the link.

Media Avail St Exits

Displays the number of times that the MAU leaves the Available state.

MAU Jabber State

Displays the MAU jabber state, which can be one of the following:

  • Other—The jabber state of the MAU is not one of the other valid values.
  • Unknown—The jabber state of the MAU is unknown; for example, the MAU is being initialized.
  • No Jabber—The MAU is not jabbering.
  • Jabbering—The MAU is jabbering.

Jabber State Enters

Displays the number of times that the MAU enters the jabbering state.

False Carrier Events

Displays the number of false carrier events during idle in 100BASE-X links (dot3MauType100BaseT4, dot3MauType100BaseTX, dot3MauType100BaseFX, and all 1000Mbps types). For all other MAU types, this counter displays 0.

MAU Default Type

Displays the default administrative baseband MAU type to be used in conjunction with the operational MAU type.

Auto Neg Supported

Indicates whether or not auto negotiation is supported on the MAU. Valid values are 0 (auto negotiation is not supported), and 0 (auto negotiation is supported).

MAU Type List Bits

Displays a set of possible IEEE 802.3 types of the MAU, which can be one of the following:

  • bOther—Other or unknown
  • bAUI—AUI
  • b10base5—10BASE-5
  • bFoirl—FOIRL
  • b10base2—10BASE-2
  • b10baseT—10BASE-T duplex mode unknown
  • b10baseFP—10BASE-FP
  • b10baseFB—10BASE-FB
  • b10baseFL—10BASE-FL duplex mode unknown
  • b10broad36—10BROAD36
 
  • b10baseTHD—10BASE-T half duplex mode
  • b10baseTFD—10BASE-T full duplex mode
  • b10baseFLHD—10BASE-FL half duplex mode
  • b10baseFLFD—10BASE-FL full duplex mode
  • b100baseT4—100BASE-T4
  • b100baseTXHD—100BASE-TX half duplex mode
  • b100baseTXFD—100BASE-TX full duplex mode
  • b100baseFXHD—100BASE-FX half duplex mode
  • b100baseFXFD—100BASE-FX full duplex mode
  • b100baseT2HD—100BASE-T2 half duplex mode
 
  • b100baseT2FD—100BASE-T2 full duplex mode
  • b1000baseXHD—1000BASE-X half duplex mode
  • b1000baseXFD—1000BASE-X full duplex mode
  • b1000baseLXHD—1000BASE-LX half duplex mode
  • b1000baseLXFD—1000BASE-LX full duplex mode
  • b1000baseSXHD—1000BASE-SX half duplex mode
  • b1000baseSXFD—1000BASE-SX full duplex mode
  • b1000baseCXHD—1000BASE-CX half duplex mode
  • b1000baseCXFD—1000BASE-CX full duplex mode
  • b1000baseTHD—1000BASE-T half duplex mode
 
  • b1000baseTFD—1000BASE-T full duplex mode
  • b10GbaseX—10GBASE-X
  • b10GbaseLX4—10GBASE-LX4
  • b10GbaseR—10GBASE-R
  • b10GbaseER—10GBASE-ER
  • b10GbaseLR—10GBASE-LR
  • b10GbaseSR—10GBASE-SR
  • b10GbaseW—10GBASE-W
  • b10GbaseEW—10GBASE-EW
  • b10GbaseLW—10GBASE-LW
  • b10GbaseSW—10GBASE-SW

HC False Carriers

Displays the number of false carrier events during idle in 100BASE-X and 1000BASE-X links. For all other MAU types, this counter displays 0.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

Displays a list of CE interfaces for a node.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-autonet-info

Displays medium attachment unit (MAU) auto negotiation information for a CE interface.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-jack-type

Displays the medium attachment unit (MAU) jack type for a CE interface.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-jack-type

To display the medium attachment unit (MAU) jack type for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-jack-type command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface interface-name mau-jack-type

Syntax Description

interface-name

Identifies the CE interface whose information you want to display. For the interface-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port

The slash between values is required as part of the notation. A sample CE interface name is ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1.

Note   

To view a list of the CE interfaces for a node, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the interface naming notation (ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack switch, and S1 indicates an inter-rack switch.
  • port: Physical port number of the interface.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display the MAU jack type for interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/10:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/10 mau-jack-type

Control Ether MAU Jack Type
--------------------------------------
Interface Name         : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0_10
MAU Jack Type          : undefined or unknown
  
Table 18 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-jack-type Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Interface Name

Displays the name of the interface in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]_port naming notation.

MAU Jack Type

Displays the jack connector type, which can be undefined or unknown.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

Displays a list of CE interfaces for a node.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-autonet-info

Displays medium attachment unit (MAU) auto negotiation information for a CE interface.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface mau-info

Displays medium attachment unit (MAU) information for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface.  

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface statistics

To display statistics for a Control Ethernet (CE) interface, use the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface statistics command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface interface-name statistics

Syntax Description

interface-name

Identifies the CE interface whose information you want to display. For the interface-name argument, use the following naming notation:

ControlEthernet rack/slot/module/ [S0 | S1]/ port

The slash between values is required as part of the notation. A sample CE interface name is ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1.

Note   

To view a list of the CE interfaces for a node, enter the show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list command.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.8.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

An explanation of each component of the interface naming notation (ControlEthernetrack/slot/module/[S0 | S1]/port) is as follows:

  • rack: Chassis number of the rack.
  • slot: Physical slot number of the card.
  • module: Processor module number is always CPU0.
  • [S0 | S1]: S0 indicates an intra-rack switch, and S1 indicates an inter-rack switch.
  • port: Physical port number of the interface.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display statistics for interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface ControlEthernet0/RP0/CPU0/S0/1 statistics

Control Ether Interface Counters
----------------------------------
Interface Name      : ControlEthernet0_RP0_CPU0_S0_1
ifInOctets          : 16168240550
ifInUcastPkts       : 103181424
ifInMulticastPkts   : 5821166
ifInBroadcastPkts   : 1465909
ifInDiscards        : 0
ifInErrors          : 0
ifInUnknownProtos   : 0
ifOutOctets         : 14871704758
ifOutUcastPkts      : 104085365
ifOutMulticastPkts  : 30884564
ifOutBroadcastPkts  : 19
ifOutDiscards       : 0
ifOutErrors         : 0
ifDiscontinuityTime : 0
----------------------------------
   
Table 19 show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface statistics Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Interface Name

Displays the name of the CE interface in the ControlEthernetrack_slot_module_[S0 | S1]_port naming notation.

ifInOctets

Displays the total number of octets received on the interface, including framing characters.

ifInUcastPkts

Displays the number of packets that were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this (sub-)layer but were delivered by the sublayer to a higher sublayer.

ifInMulticastPkts

Displays the number of packets that were addressed to a multicast address at this sublayer and were delivered by the sublayer to a higher (sub-)layer.

ifInBroadcastPkts

Displays the number of packets that were addressed to a broadcast address at this sublayer and were delivered by the sublayer to a higher (sub-)layer.

ifInDiscards

Displays the number of inbound packets that were discarded even though no errors that would prevent their delivery to a higher-layer protocol were detected.

ifInErrors

Displays the number of inbound packets or transmission units that contained errors, which prevented them from being delivered to a higher-layer protocol.

ifInUnknownProtos

Displays the number of received packets or transmission units that were discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol. If the interface that does not support protocol multiplexing, this field displays 0.

ifOutOctets

Displays the total number of octets, including framing characters, transmitted out of the interface.

ifOutUcastPkts

Displays the total number of packets that were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sublayer, including packets that were discarded or not sent, and that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted.

ifOutMulticastPkts

Displays the total number of packets that were addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sublayer, including packets that were discarded or not sent, and that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted.

ifOutBroadcastPkts

Displays the total number of packets that were addressed to a broadcast address at this sublayer, including packets that were discarded or not sent, and that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted.

ifOutDiscards

Displays the number of outbound packets that were discarded even though no errors that might prevent their transmission was detected.

ifOutErrors

Displays the number of outbound packets or transmission units that were not transmitted because of errors.

ifDiscontinuityTime

Displays the number of times that the interface experienced a discontinuity, which is when an interface is reset and its counter values are retained and not incremented until the interface is up again. If no discontinuities have occurred since the last re-initialization of the local management subsystem, then this field displays 0.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet manageability interface list

Displays a list of CE interfaces for a node.  

show controllers backplane ethernet multicast groups

To display information about backplane interfaces that are in multicast groups in a particular location, use the show controllers backplane ethernet multicast groups command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers backplane ethernet multicast groups location node-id

Syntax Description

location node-id

Displays backplane information for multicast groups for a specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.3.0

This command was introduced. This command replaces the show controllers backplane ethernet local multicast groups and show controllers backplane ethernet location brief multicast groups commands.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows the output from the show controllers backplane ethernet multicast groups command, which displays a summary of information for the backplane interfaces.

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers backplane ethernet multicast groups location 0/1/cpu0

Intf                    Multicast              Client registered for this address
Name                    address                     Id                 Name
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  FastEthernet0_2_CPU0    0100.0000.0064            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.0065            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.0066            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.0068            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.006a            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.006c            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.006e            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.0071            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2774            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2775            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2776            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2778            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.277a            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2782            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.278a            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2796            2                 GSP
                          0100.0000.2798            2                 GSP
   
Table 20 show controllers backplane ethernet multicast groups Field Description

Field

Description

Intf Name

Identifies the interface whose multicast addresses are displayed.

Note   

A multicast address is a single address that refers to multiple network devices.

Multicast address

Multicast addresses associated with the specified interface.

Note   

A multicast address is a single address that refers to multiple network devices.

ID

Client identifier.

Name

Client application name.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers backplane ethernet brief

Displays brief information about backplane Ethernet interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet clients

Displays information about client applications in a particular location.  

show controllers backplane ethernet detail

Displays detailed information about the backplane interfaces in a particular location.  

show controllers switch ports

To display status on a switch port, use the show controllers switch ports command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers switch { 0 | 1 } ports [ FE port-id | GE port-id ] location node-id

Syntax Description

0 | 1

Identifies the instance of the controller.

FE port-id

(Optional) Identifies the Fast Ethernet (FE) port for which to display information. Range is from 0 through 15.

GE port-id

(Optional) Identifies the Gigabit Ethernet (GE) port for which to display information. Range is from 0 through 1.

location node-id

Displays the status of the switch port for the specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 2.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

root-system

read

Examples

The following example shows the output from the show controllers switch ports command, which displays status about all switch controller ports on switch 0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers switch 0 ports location 0/RP0/CPU0

Switch Instance 0:
 FE Port  0 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/RP0)
 FE Port  1 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/RP1)
 FE Port  2 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/SM0)
 FE Port  3 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/SM1)
 FE Port  4 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/SM2)
 FE Port  5 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/SM3)
 FE Port  6 : Down                       (Connects to - )
 FE Port  7 : Down                       (Connects to - )
 FE Port  8 : Down                       (Connects to - 0/LC0)
 FE Port  9 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/LC1)
 FE Port 10 : Down                       (Connects to - 0/LC2)
 FE Port 11 : Down                       (Connects to - 0/LC3)
 FE Port 12 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/LC4)
 FE Port 13 : Down                       (Connects to - 0/LC5)
 FE Port 14 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/LC6)
 FE Port 15 : Down                       (Connects to - 0/LC7)
 GE Port  0 : Down                       (Connects to - GE_0)
 GE Port  1 : Down                       (Connects to - GE_1)
   

The following example shows the output from the show controllers switch ports command, which displays status about switch controller Fast Ethernet port 15 on switch 0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers switch 0 ports FE 14 location 0/RP0/CPU0

Switch Instance 0:
 FE Port 14 : Up, STP State : FORWARDING (Connects to - 0/LC6)
   
This table describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 21 show controllers switch ports Field Descriptions

Field

Description

FE Port

Identifies the FE port.

GE Port

Identifies the GE port.

Port State

The administrative state of the port: Up or Down.

STP State

The state of the Spanning-Tree Protocol: FORWARDING or DISABLED.

Connected to

The node that owns the specified port.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers switch statistics

Displays statistics on all ports on the switch controllers.  

show controllers switch statistics

To display statistics on all ports on the switch controllers, use the show controllers switch statistics command in administration EXEC mode.

show controllers switch { 0 | 1 } statistics [ FE port-id | GE port-id ] location node-id

Syntax Description

0 | 1

Instance of the controller.

FE port-id

(Optional) Identifies the Fast Ethernet (FE) port for which to display information. Range is from 0 through 15.

GE port-id

(Optional) Identifies the Gigabit Ethernet (GE) port for which to display information. Range is from 0 through 1.

location node-id

Displays the status of the switch port for a specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 2.0

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

root-system

read

Examples

The following example shows the output from the show controllers switch statistics command, which displays switch controller statistics for all ports:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers switch 0 statistics location 0/RP0/CPU0

Switch Instance 0:
Port   Tx Frames   Tx Errors   Rx Frames   Rx Errors   Connects 
----------------------------------------------------------------
 0 :      567377           0      688743           0       0/RP0
 1 :      430355           0      327880           0       0/RP1
 2 :      338924           0       23826           2       0/SM0
 3 :      338267           0       23098           2       0/SM1
 4 :      338812           0       23839           2       0/SM2
 5 :      338225           0       23025           2       0/SM3
 6 :           1           0           0           0            
 7 :           1           0           0           0            
 8 :           1           0           0           0       0/LC0
 9 :      508064           0      122043           2       0/LC1
10 :           1           0           0           0       0/LC2
11 :         130           0           1           0       0/LC3
12 :      427887           0      183726           2       0/LC4
13 :           1           0           0           0       0/LC5
14 :      509105           0      125008           2       0/LC6
15 :           1           0           0           0       0/LC7
24 :           0           0           0           0        GE_0
25 :           0           0           0           0        GE_1
@@FFP counters @@
          
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                            8874
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
        counter[ffpcnt_i]: 0x                               0
   

The following example shows the output from the show controllers switch statistics command, which displays switch controller statistics for FE port 0:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show controllers switch 0 statistics FE 0 location 0/RP0/CPU0

Switch Instance 0:
Port   Tx Frames   Tx Errors   Rx Frames   Rx Errors   Connects 
----------------------------------------------------------------
 0 :      624465           0      736355           0       0/RP0
   
This table describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 22 show controllers switch statistics Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Port

Number of switch port.

Tx Frames

Number of packets transmitted from the switch port.

Tx Errors

Number of transmission errors.

Rx Frames

Number of packets received on the switch port.

Rx Errors

Number of receive errors.

Connects

Location of peer side to which this port is connected.

Related Commands

Command

Description

show controllers switch ports

Displays status on a switch port.  

show spantree

To display spanning tree configuration information, enter the show spantree command in administration EXEC mode.

show spantree { mst 1 { brief | detail | port { FE port-id | GE port-id } } | mst config } location node-id

Syntax Description

mst 1

Shows Multiple Spanning Tree (MST) information for instance 1.

brief

Displays a summary of spanning tree information.

detail

Displays detailed spanning tree information.

port

Displays spanning tree information for a specific Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) port. Replace the port-id argument with the number that identifies the port you want to display. Range is 1 through 49.

FE port-id

Identifies the FE port for which to display information. Valid values are 0 or 1.

GE port-id

Identifies the GE port for which to display information. Valid values are 0 or 1.

mst config

Shows MST configuration information.

location node-id

Displays spanning tree information for the specified location.

Note   

Use the show platform command to see a list of all nodes currently in the system.

Command Default

No default behavior or values

Command Modes

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Enter the location node-id argument in the rack/slot/module notation.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

root-system

read

system

read

Examples

The following example shows how to display MST information for instance 1 at the specified location:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show spantree mst 1 brief location 0/RP0/CPU0

##### MST   0 vlans mapped:   2-4094
Bridge        address 0011.93ef.e8e2  priority      36864 (36864 sysid 0)
Root          this switch for the CIST
Operational   hello time  1, forward delay  6, max age  8, txholdcount  6
Configured    hello time  1, forward delay  6, max age  8, max hops     4

Interface        Sts  Role Cost      Prio.Nbr Type
---------------- ---- ---- --------- -------- ------------------------------

##### MST   1 vlans mapped:   1
Bridge        address 0011.93ef.e8e2  priority      36865 (36864 sysid 1)
Root          this switch for MST1

Interface        Sts  Role Cost      Prio.Nbr Type
---------------- ---- ---- --------- -------- ------------------------------
       FE_Port_1  FWD Desg    200000 128.   2 P2p 
   
Table 23 show spantree mst 1 brief Field Descriptions

Field

Description

MST number

Number of STP MST.

vlans mapped

VLAN numbers mapped to the MST.

Bridge address

MAC address of the bridge.

Bridge priority

STP priority of the bridge.

Root

MAC address of the root bridge.

Operational

Operational values of the following parameters:

  • hello time
  • forward delay
  • max age
  • txholdcount

Configured

Configured values of the following parameters:

  • hello time
  • forward delay
  • max age
  • max hops

Interface

Interfaces present in the STP.

Sts

Spanning tree status.

Role

Spanning tree role.

Cost

Spanning tree cost.

Prio. Nbr

Spanning tree priority.

Type

Type of link.

The following example shows how to display MST information for a specified FE port at a specified location:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show spantree mst 1 port FE 1 location 0/RP0/CPU0

FE_Port_1 of MST1 is designated forwarding 
Edge port:             no        (default) port guard :    loop     (default)
Link type: point-to-point           (auto) bpdu filter: disable     (default)
Boundary : internal                        bpdu guard : disable     (default)
Bpdus (MRecords) sent 6122, received 3

Instance Role Sts Cost      Prio.Nbr Vlans mapped
-------- ---- --- --------- -------- -------------------------------
       1 Desg  FWD   200000 128.   2 1
   
Table 24 show spantree mst 1 port Field Descriptions

Field

Description

port-type Port number of MST1 is status

Spanning tree status of indicated port.

Edge port

Indicates whether or not the port is an edge port.

(default) port guard

Indicates that the loop port guard feature is on.

Link type

Port type, which can be point-to-point or point-to-multipoint.

(auto) bpdu filter

Indicates that the bridge protocol data unit (BPDU) filter is off.

Boundary

Type of boundary.

bpdu guard

Indicates that the BPDU guard feature is off.

Bpdus (MRecords) sent

Number of BPDU records sent.

Bpdus (MRecords) received

Number of BPDU records received.

Instance

Number of instances.

Role

STP role of the port.

Sts

Spanning tree status of the port.

Cost

Spanning tree cost of the port.

Prio. Nbr

Spanning tree priority of the port.

Vlans mapped

VLAN numbers that are mapped to the port.

The following example shows how to display MST configuration information for the specified location:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:router(admin)# show spantree mst config location 0/RP0/CPU0

Name      [STP_1]
Revision      1 
Instances configured 2

--------  ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   0      2-4094
   1      1
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
   
Table 25 show spantree mst config Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Name

Identifies the MST for which information is displayed.

Revision

Revision of the current MST configuration.

Instances configured

Number of configured MST instances.

01

Identifier of the displayed instances.

2-4094q

VLANs that are mapped to the displayed MST.