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Few questions about CatOS

Hi guys,

Got some questions about CatOS , related to below output:

sw295> (enable) ping 130.175.220.204 >this ip pingable

130.175.220.204 is alive

sw295> (enable) tr 130.x.220.204 >>>able to trace to this ip address

traceroute to sw295.network.com (130.x.220.204), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 sw295.network.com (130.x.220.204) 1 ms 1 ms 0 ms

sw295> (enable) sh ip ro 130.x.220.204

Usage: show ip route [noalias]

sw295> (enable) sh arp 130.x.220.204 >>>>nothing apprearing in the arp

ARP Aging time = 1200 sec

+ - Permanent Arp Entries

* - Static Arp Entries

sw295> (enable)

sw295> (enable) sh cdp nei

* - indicates vlan mismatch.

# - indicates duplex mismatch.

Port Device-ID Port-ID Platform

-------- ------------------------------- ------------------------- ------------

1/1 sw28 GigabitEthernet3/3 cisco WS-C6509

2/1 sw29 GigabitEthernet3/3 cisco WS-C6509

sw295> (enable)

how to know is this switch has that ip (130.x.220.204) as it not showing in sh arp otuput

how to check arp for all mac addresses?

how to check loopback ip for this siwtch.

how to check with port is trunk? like connection to sw28/sw9

Thanks in advance.

SiraJ

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Re: Few questions about CatOS

To see all the MAC addresses that this switch has talked to (at layer 3), show arp

To see the local IP address of this switch, show int

To see which ports are trunks, and their details, show trunk

Kevin Dorrell

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