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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

COTD: show datapath bridge table

Have you ever wanted to know what mac addresses were connected to what IPs in the controller? The "show arp" command will tell you that. What if you wanted to know what port each mac address was physically on? That would be the "show datapath bridge table" command:

(Aruba-800) #show datapath bridge table 

Datapath Bridge Table Entries
-----------------------------

Flags: P - Permanent, D - Deny, R - Route, M - Mobile, X - Xsec, A - Auth

MAC VLAN Assigned VLAN Destination Flags
----------------- ---- ------------- ----------- -----
00:1A:1E:C1:15:8C 101 101 1/4
00:C0:B7:D3:C5:24 101 101 1/6
00:0D:56:B7:64:F0 100 100 1/0
00:15:F9:B3:90:D2 101 101 1/5
00:1A:1E:C1:36:F6 101 101 1/4
00:1D:70:B0:28:E2 100 100 1/0
00:E0:DB:0A:1F:49 1 1 1/3
00:16:01:8A:0E:79 100 100 1/0
00:01:E6:95:B0:EC 100 100 1/0
00:13:E8:7F:BE:23 100 100 1/0
00:25:B3:B9:5F:AE 101 101 1/5
00:0A:9C:10:90:8F 101 101 1/7
00:23:69:73:45:B3 100 100 1/0


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Registered: ‎01-23-2009

Re: COTD: show datapath bridge table

Cool, the equivalent of "sh mac-address table". I wanted to do this a few months ago, but was stuck because I didn't know the command.

Frank
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