I need the help of an aruba Rest Api dev.
Could you tell me if the value stored in "is_port_enabled" when you call the REST URI "/ports" should indicate the administrative state (enabled/disabled) of a port even if it's a manual "change" or an auto "change" (BPDU protection for example) ?
In my test, it only get the manual change.
The web console display and the "show interfaces brief" command are fine.
I'm using stacked 2930F (x3) with firmware version WC.16.10.0002.
According to one of our REST API developers:
Yes. You are correct “is_port_enabled” always reflects the administrative change(interface enable/disable) only.
By default “is_port_enabled” is ‘true’ for all the ports in the system.
Thank you for the answer.
So is there a URI that get the port state when it is desactivated due to security blocking (BPDU protection for example) ?If not, could devs add a "is_port_blocked" variable to the "/ports" URI ?
it will be better it is possible to get spanning port status... (Blocked, Forwarding, listen...) i think
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