How to check trunk port on 3548 xl switch

Answered Question
Apr 24th, 2010

Hi all,



i have 3548 xl switch  i know on other switches i can use command


sh int trunk  but on this switch it  does not work.


do anyone knows which command we can use  to check trunk ports other then this


sh int fa switchport???????????



thanks


mahesh

Correct Answer by Giuseppe Larosa about 6 years 10 months ago

Hello Mahesh,

usually this kind of switches support the command


show interface typex/y switchport


the output of this command can provide a lot of information

You should look for the lines containing the following words


admin state = configured state

operation state = current state


this show can tell if a port is acting as a trunk or not and other info


Hope  to help

Giuseppe

Correct Answer by Jon Marshall about 6 years 10 months ago

mahesh18 wrote:


Hi all,



i have 3548 xl switch  i know on other switches i can use command


sh int trunk  but on this switch it  does not work.


do anyone knows which command we can use  to check trunk ports other then this


sh int fa switchport???????????



thanks


mahesh


Mahesh


Unfortunatley on the XL switches there is no equivalent command to "sh int trunk". Best you can do is save config to a text file and do a search for "trunk".


Jon

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Jon Marshall Sat, 04/24/2010 - 14:19

mahesh18 wrote:


Hi all,



i have 3548 xl switch  i know on other switches i can use command


sh int trunk  but on this switch it  does not work.


do anyone knows which command we can use  to check trunk ports other then this


sh int fa switchport???????????



thanks


mahesh


Mahesh


Unfortunatley on the XL switches there is no equivalent command to "sh int trunk". Best you can do is save config to a text file and do a search for "trunk".


Jon

Correct Answer
Giuseppe Larosa Sat, 04/24/2010 - 14:33

Hello Mahesh,

usually this kind of switches support the command


show interface typex/y switchport


the output of this command can provide a lot of information

You should look for the lines containing the following words


admin state = configured state

operation state = current state


this show can tell if a port is acting as a trunk or not and other info


Hope  to help

Giuseppe

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