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SG-300 CLI How to display trunk ports

Hello

I have a very simple question about CLI on SG-300. How to display trunk ports via cli? I have switch with 28 ports and I wanted to see what switchport mode is applied to every port - or simply we can just focus on trunk ports. On Cisco Catalysts there is "show trunk" command in order to get list of ports in Trunk mode. Is there any way to do it on SG-300?

srv-sw-1#show version

SW version    1.3.0.62 ( date  02-May-2013 time  14:55:01 )

Boot version    1.1.0.6 ( date  11-May-2011 time  18:31:00 )

HW version    V02

thank you

michal

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SG-300 CLI How to display trunk ports

Hi Michal, this is a good point. I also do not know a command outside of show run for this. I do not believe there is one.

-Tom
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Re: SG-300 CLI How to display trunk ports

Hi,

I remember something at least that works port by port:

>#sh int switchport fa 1

Port : fa1

Port Mode: Trunk

Gvrp Status: disabled

Ingress Filtering: true

Acceptable Frame Type: admitAll

Ingress UnTagged VLAN ( NATIVE ): 1

Port is member in:

Vlan               Name               Egress rule Port Membership Type

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

1                  1                  Untagged          System

Displays detailed info about each port, range command will not work, but it's something.

You can check for vlans and or tags with:

sh vlan

sh vlan tag 1.

NTex

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