Catalyst 2950 and Catalyst 2955 Switch System Message Guide, 12.1(19)EA1
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - L - M - N - O - P - Q - S - T - U - V -

Index

Numerics

802.1X authentication messages2-3

see DOT1X messages

A

abbreviations

char, variable field1-3

chars, variable field1-3

dec, variable field1-3

enet, variable field1-3

hex, variable field1-3

inet, variable field1-3

access control list messages

See ACL messages

ACL messagesA-1

application-specific integrated circuit driver-related messages

See ASIC driver-related messages

ASIC driver-related messages2-25

audiencev

authentication messages

See DOT1X messages

auto-QoS messages2-2

B

bug toolkit1-4

C

Catalyst 2950 ASIC messages2-25

Cluster Membership Protocol messages

See CMP messages

CMP messages2-2

codes1-1

conventions

commandv

for examplesvi

publicationv

textv

CPE LRE system messages2-21

D

date/time stamp designations2-1

documentation

relatedvi

document conventionsv

DOT1X messages2-3

DTP messages2-4

Dynamic Trunking Protocol messages

See DTP messages

E

EC messages2-6

Environment messages2-10

ETHCNTR messages2-12

EtherChannel messages

See EC messages

Ethernet controller messages

See ETHCNTR messages

examples, conventions forvi

EXPRESS_SETUP messages2-13

F

facility codes1-1

description1-1

table1-1

Fast Ethernet messages2-20

G

GBIC messages

GigaStack GBIC module2-19

identification and validation2-14

security2-16

Gigabit Interface Converter messages

See GBIC messages

guide

audiencev

purpose ofv

H

hardware MAC address table manager messages2-20

L

LACP messages2-6

Link_3 messages2-20

Link Aggregation Protocol Control messages

See LACP messages

link-specific messages2-20

LRE CPE system messages2-21

LRE link system messages2-23

LRE ports

CPE Ethernet links

system messages2-21

LRE links

system messages2-23

system messages

CPE Ethernet link2-21

LRE link2-23

M

MAC address table manager messages2-20

message codes1-1

messages

802.1X2-3

ACLA-1

ASIC driver-related2-25

auto-QoS2-2

CMP2-2

DOT1X2-3

DTP2-4

EC2-6

Environment2-10

Ethernet controller2-12

EXPRESS_SETUP2-13

Fast Ethernet2-20

GBIC

GigaStack2-19

identification and validation2-14

security2-16

hardware MAC address table manager2-20

LACP2-6

link2-20

Link_32-20

MAC address table manager2-20

PAgP2-6

per-VLAN spanning-tree2-46

PLATFORM_CATALYST29502-30

PLATFORM_CATALYST29552-31

port manager2-31

port security2-38

QoSA-1

securityA-1

SPAN2-38

spanning tree2-39

spanning-tree fast convergence2-46

storm control2-47

UDLD2-52

UFAST2-53

VLAN manager2-47

VTP2-47

message severity levels

description1-3

table1-3

N

notes

date/time stamp designation2-1

describedvi

O

output interpreter1-4

P

PAgP messages2-6

per-VLAN spanning-tree messages

See SPANTREE_VLAN_SWITCH messages

PLATFORM_CATALYST2950 messages2-30

PLATFORM_CATALYST2955 messages2-31

Port Aggregation Protocol messages

See PAgP messages

port manager messages2-31

See PM messages

port security messages2-38

publications, relatedvi

Q

QoS messagesA-1

quality of service messages

See auto-QoS messages 2-2

See QoS messages

S

security messagesA-1

severity levels

description1-3

table1-3

SPAN messages2-38

spanning-tree fast-convergence messages

See SPANTREE_FAST messages

spanning-tree messages

See SPANTREE messages

spanning-tree per-VLAN messages

See SPANTREE_VLAN_SWITCH messages

SPANTREE_FAST messages2-46

SPANTREE_VLAN_SWITCH messages2-46

SPANTREE messages2-39

storm control messages2-47

SW_VLAN messages2-47

Switched Port Analyzer messages

See SPAN messages

system messages

LRECPE2-21

LRE link2-23

T

tables

message severity levels1-3

variable fields1-3

TAC, contacting1-4

traceback reports1-4

U

UDLD messages2-52

UFAST messages2-53

UniDirectional Link Detection messages

See UDLD messages

V

variable fields

definition1-3

table1-3

VLAN manager messages

See SW_VLAN messages

VLAN Trunking Protocol messages

See SW_VLAN messages

VTP messages

See SW_VLAN messages