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New Contributor
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎08-16-2011

How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

Regular Contributor
Posts: 226
Registered: ‎01-08-2011

Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

It's not in there by default.

Perhaps it will enter if you enable the right part.. see output of 'supportshowcfgshow' and 'supportshowcfgenable'. Don't know which one enables the aptpolicy though.

Contributor
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎03-11-2010

Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

I am not sure if it is in supportshow...

If you have a telnet or ssh connection to your fc switch, you can just enter the command "aptpolicy" to check your policy.


Valued Contributor
Posts: 761
Registered: ‎06-11-2010

Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

Hi there,

I would start by following recommendation, but if it still doesn't show aptpolicy output afterwards, you could check the following:

This is the output of aptpolicy:

ED48K_133:root> aptpolicy

Current Policy: 3 0(ap)

3 0(ap) : Default Policy

1: Port Based Routing Policy

3: Exchange Based Routing Policy

         0: AP Shared Link Policy

         1: AP Dedicated Link Policy

This info must be included somewhere in the switch config, so you can check it out by filtering by rte in the supportshow:

ED48K_133:root> configshow |grep rte

  1. rte.ap_policy:0 <-- AP Link Policy
  2. rte.external_policy:3 <-- Routing Policy (exchange based in this case)
  3. rte.internal_policy:3

Another example:

ED48K_133:root> aptpolicy

Current Policy: 1 1(ap)

3 0(ap) : Default Policy

1: Port Based Routing Policy

3: Exchange Based Routing Policy

         0: AP Shared Link Policy

         1: AP Dedicated Link Policy

ED48K_133:root> configshow |grep rte

  1. rte.ap_policy:1 <-- AP Link Policy
  2. rte.external_policy:1 <-- Routing Policy (port based in this case)
  3. rte.internal_policy:2


The value of these parameters may be different depending on the chassis/FOS, so prior to checking it this way, confirm with aptpolicy that these statements are right for your environment.

Kind regards,

Felipon

New Contributor
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎08-16-2011

Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

it is work .  thanks a lot

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