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  • 1.  show all ip numers

    Posted Feb 22, 2024 08:38 AM

    On an old switch I coluld do show ip to get a listing of all relevant ip numers on the switch. I have been unable to find something similar on the CX switches. Is there something similar or do I need to do a show running-config and look at all interfaces?



  • 2.  RE: show all ip numers

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Feb 22, 2024 08:54 AM

    You can try 'show ip interface brief' on AOS-CX.



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  • 3.  RE: show all ip numers

    Posted Feb 22, 2024 09:44 AM

    Thanks that helps, but I noticed it does not show the ip for the management interface.
    And eventhough the management ip is set with the command
    # interface mgmt
        ip static 172.16.208.4/24

    not even # sh ip interface mgmt
    works, I get: Invalid input: mgmt

    However, if that is all I can live with that. :-) I can allways do:
    # sh interface mgmt
    and get all the info, including the ip address.

    Now I need to find out how to kill a ssh session. I can no longer connect and get in the log:
    SSH session from 172.16.72.119 is rejected because maximum number of SSH sessions is reached.

    But the kill command does not exist in AOS-CX it seems :-(




  • 4.  RE: show all ip numers

    Posted Feb 23, 2024 06:36 AM

    The mgmt interface is bound to the 'management' VRF not the 'default' VRF like the other interfaces. This is the default behaviour and you can't change this for the oobm interface. Hence, to show the ip interface brief for that VRF you just have the add the vrf at the end of the command:
    show ip int brief vrf mgmt

    Hope that helps :)