04-28-2015 02:22 PM
I am looking for a command that outputs something similar to Cisco's Show Interface Status command.
Show Interface Brief truncates the port names
Show Interface Brief Wide does not work on my network and I am having difficulty finding information about it. Is there a specific OS version for the command to work? I'm in a junior position and I dont necessarily have access to all commands so any permissions info would be helpful to send up the to the powers that be to try to get access.
04-28-2015 02:29 PM
sh int bri
telnet@SportCntr-FCX624SH-POE#sh int bri Port Link State Dupl Speed Trunk Tag Pvid Pri MAC Name 1/1/1 Up Forward Full 1G None Yes N/A 0 748e.f80c.08c0 "Admin R 1/1/2 Up Forward Full 1G None Yes N/A 0 748e.f80c.08c1 connecti 1/1/3 Disable None None None None Yes N/A 0 748e.f80c.08c2 Admin2 R 1/1/4 Disable None None None None No 3100 0 748e.f80c.08c3 1/1/5 Up Forward Full 100M None Yes N/A 0 748e.f80c.08c4 Connecti
04-28-2015 02:35 PM
Hello Jake1911. What hardware/software version are you using?
I searched for this, and found this on a way earlier thread in these forums. If all you are looking for is the port name, you can run this command: 'show interface | in line | name' to output port and protocol status, with the port-name on the second line. Not the greatest, but it is something. We may be able to help more once we know the software version you are running on the hardware (which we also need).
Hope this helps.