03-21-2016 10:50 AM
I am looking for spanning tree commands. On cisco there is a command called "Show Spanning-Tree Summary" very helpful command.
So far on Brocade I am only able to find:
"show span detail"
is this all my options under brocade?
03-21-2016 11:06 AM
Froma Command Reference Guide, here some example
show span path session
show spanning-tree brief
show spanning-tree interface port-channel 101
show spanning-tree mst brief
and much more.
for details refer the same
03-21-2016 01:29 PM
Thanks is there a web link to that reference guide? i think I may have came across that in the past but this time my search for spanning tree did not pull up very many links for brocade.
03-22-2016 06:43 AM - edited 03-22-2016 06:47 AM
I partly created this post and account so I could start making use of this web site and learn it. I figured it would come in handy in the future as I have used forums in the past for Power Shell and other help topics and it can be an invaluable tool depending on the traffic. Its good to know that you guys try to watch the post here.
I am System Administrator from the global server side who is being given responsibility on the network side for our company. I recently passed my Brocade Certified Network Engineer and I am working on my CCNA now and after that my CCNP. As you know however, certs is just learning the basics and opening doors so that one can work with live equiptment and there is no replacment for experience. So I will be a baby in this area for a bit as I make the transition.
I will look through the website for our particular NOS, I did not know that this site had downloads for that. if I am unable to find the site portion I will let you know.
Thanks for replying.
03-22-2016 07:53 AM
I did find the following resource areas for the switches we have deployed with is the ICX 6450 for our access switches and 6610 for our core switches.
Would this be the area you was speaking about?
03-23-2016 06:23 AM
The area he is refering to is under the downloads section of MyBrocade, select Ethernet Switches in the drop down, then the model and version of code you are interested in.