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bogdand
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Show MAC address table

Post by bogdand » 08 Mar 2016 03:03

Hi guys,

I've been given access to a Looking Glass application and I'm trying to use a command implemented for showing the MAC addresses but it doesn't seem to work

ALU SAS IP: X.X.X.X
7210_# show mac
^
Error: Invalid parameter.

I was trying to find some documentation regarding the command but I really can't seem to find one. I want to check the syntax and maybe contact our admin for the LG app and settle this.

Could you please help?

Thanks
BD

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Re: Show MAC address table

Post by paramount » 08 Mar 2016 08:07

Hi,

This will generally be service based if you're looking for a mac table.

The 7210 follows the same structure as the 7750, so should be:

show service id XXXX fdb detail

XXXX will be the VPLS service ID.

Cheers

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Re: Show MAC address table

Post by bogdand » 09 Mar 2016 01:29

paramount wrote:Hi,

This will generally be service based if you're looking for a mac table.

The 7210 follows the same structure as the 7750, so should be:

show service id XXXX fdb detail

XXXX will be the VPLS service ID.

Cheers
Thanks mate,

I'll try to get my hands on a 7210 and check it myself and I'll post it back here. Thanks for the information, I'm surprised it's not a command to show all MAC addresses at once, not per VLAN basis.

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Re: Show MAC address table

Post by mivens » 09 Mar 2016 04:34

That command is indeed the same for the 7210.

It's not all MAC addresses at once - the command is It's per service i.e. per VPLS instance. A MAC learnt on a SAP in one local VPLS instance is not going to be in the FDB table for a second VPLS service.

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Re: Show MAC address table

Post by thecandymancan » 20 Mar 2016 17:33

show service fdb-mac gives you all VPLS tables in one shot
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