how to see which one is master in gigabit autonegotation ?

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Jan 30th, 2009
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On a WS-CBS3120X-S blade switch, ports are 1000 speed full duplex fixed. The only thing i can change on the port is autonegitiotion:


Model: WS-CBS3120X-S

Type: 1000BaseX

Speed: 1000

Duplex: full

If we have performance problems on such a port, how can i see which side has become master/slave in gigabit autonegotiotion ?



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amritpatek Thu, 02/05/2009 - 07:56
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To set various operational parameters associated with the Gigabit Ethernet interface, such as the size of the maximum transfer unit (MTU) or the use of VLANs, use the interface ge? command. To disable the use of VLANs, use the no form of this command. To specify that auto negotiation will never be used on this interface, use theinterface ge? no autonegotiation command.

interface ge? {autonegotiation [autodetect] | mtusize {nn | default}

interface ge? no autonegotiation

interface ge? vlan enable

no interface ge? vlan enable

The following is the show scsirouter all failover command. This command displays both configured and current operational failover information for all the SCSI routing instances in the cluster.


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