Display LACP information on 6509 CaTOS

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Jul 15th, 2008

All,

On 6509 with CaTOS 8.6(4), is there a command to display LACP local and neighbor status (such as up or down, slow mode or fast mode, passive and active)?

I have tried all options of "show lacp-channel", but I could not get the info I need, especially if LACP is up or down and slow or fast mode.

I know on 3750 IOS, you can use "show etherchannel" to get all the LACP information. It seems 6500 CaTOS does not have similar command. Is it true?

Thanks,

Li

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garytayl Tue, 07/15/2008 - 11:29

Hello Li,

Have you tried the following commands:

show port lacp-channel

show etherchannel port-channel

show etherchannel X detail (replace de X with the channel #)

Regards,

Gary

lizhu2008 Tue, 07/15/2008 - 11:38

Gary,

"show etherchannel port-channel" and "show etherchannel X detail" are IOS commands, and they are not available on CaTOS 8.6(4). But these two commands can give me all the information on other box such as 3750.

I have also tried "show port lacp-channel" on my box, but it did not show enough information as IOS commands do.

Any suggestion?

Thanks,

Li

rsohi Tue, 07/15/2008 - 11:53

Have you tried 'show lacp , 'show lacp info' or show lacp traffic'?

lizhu2008 Tue, 07/15/2008 - 13:41

I tried. 'show lacp info' gives me some useful information, but I still cannot see information like: slow/fast mode, the LACP state of each link, which can be easily seen from IOS commands such as 'show etherchannel ...'.

Li

rsohi Tue, 07/15/2008 - 13:52

Hi Li, try the 'show channel info' command this might do the trick.

regards,

Raj

lizhu2008 Tue, 07/15/2008 - 14:01

Below is what I got:

Console> (enable) show channel info

No ports channelling

I guess it is because I am using LACP instead of PAGP, am I right?

Li

rsohi Tue, 07/15/2008 - 14:13

you might be right on that. Gary above stated to use 'show port lacp-channel'. What if you use 'show port lacp-channel info' does that provide more detail?

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