Wired Networks

How to check the complete configuration of the interface on MAS

Checking a configuration and options enabled in each interface might take some time to checking the each profiles and options in each profiles. 

 

In 7.3 Aruba introduced a command to check all the configuration of a single interface.

 

 show running-config interface

Using this command you can check the running configuration of multiple types of interfaces. 

gigabitethernet         Gigabitethernet IEEE 802.3 interface
loopback                Loopback virtual interface
mgmt                    Management ethernet interface
port-channel            Ethernet channel of interfaces
tunnel                  Tunnel interface
vlan                    Switch VLAN virtual interface

 

(Primary) #show running-config interface vlan 1

interface-config vlan "1" detail
--------------------------------
    ip directed-broadcast Disabled
    shutdown Disabled
    session-processing Disabled
    metric 0
    mtu 1500
    ip address 10.17.168.67/255.255.255.224
    ip nat inside Disabled
    ip nat outside Disabled
    ip address dhcp-client Disabled

 

 

(Primary) #show running-config interface gigabitethernet 1/0/0

interface-config gigabitethernet "1/0/0" detail
-----------------------------------------------
    interface-profile mstp-profile default
      point-to-point Disabled
      portfast Disabled trunk Disabled
      bpdufilter default Disabled
      bpdufilter unconditional Disabled
      rootguard Disabled
      loopguard Disabled
      bpduguard Disabled auto-recovery-time 0
    interface-profile pvst-port-profile default
      point-to-point Disabled
      portfast Disabled trunk Disabled
      bpdufilter default Disabled
      bpdufilter unconditional Disabled
      rootguard Disabled
      loopguard Disabled
      bpduguard Disabled auto-recovery-time 0
    interface-profile lldp-profile lldp-factory-initial
      lldp transmit Enabled
      lldp receive Enabled
      lldp tlv-select port-description Enabled
      lldp tlv-select system-name Enabled
      lldp tlv-select system-description Enabled
      lldp tlv-select system-capabilities Enabled
      lldp tlv-select management-address Enabled
      lldp tlv-select port-vlan-id Enabled
      lldp tlv-select vlan-name Enabled
      lldp tlv-select aggregation-status Enabled
      lldp tlv-select mac-phy-config Enabled
      lldp tlv-select max-frame-size Enabled
      lldp tlv-select power-management Enabled
      lldp med-tlv-select network-policy Enabled
      lldp med-tlv-select power-management Enabled
      lldp transmit-interval 30
      lldp transmit-hold 4
      lldp fast-transmit-interval 1
      lldp fast-transmit-counter 4
      med enable Enabled
      proprietary-neighbor-discovery Disabled
    interface-profile poe-profile poe-factory-initial
      enable Enabled
      poe-maxpower 30000
      poe-priority low
    interface-profile enet-link-profile default
      speed auto
      duplex auto
      autonegotiation Enabled
      flowcontrol off
    interface-profile switching-profile default
      switchport-mode access
      access-vlan 1
      native-vlan 1
      storm-control-broadcast Enabled
      storm-control-multicast Disabled
      storm-control-unknown-unicast Enabled
      storm-control-bandwidth 50
      trunk allowed vlan 1-4094
    mtu 1514
    qos trust aruba-device
    trusted port
    igmp-snooping mrouter-vlan 0
    mld-snooping mrouter-vlan 0

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