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Offline eosuorah

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Debugging commands on the Avaya ERS Switches
« on: November 24, 2012, 08:15:23 PM »
Hello Guys,

Is there a debugging command I can use on the ERS Switches? I'm trying to figure out a way for me to tell when a Port on the ERS Switch comes up active when a Device is plugged into it.

I want a command that I can run real time (like a debug command) and I can the port come up active.

Any feedback will be highly appreciated.


Offline MatzeKS

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Re: Debugging commands on the Avaya ERS Switches
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2012, 04:07:18 AM »
.... how about (Example for 48-Port Switch):

conf t
int fa 1/1-46
snmp trap link-status port 1-46 enable
end



But SNMP-Trap for Link-Status is enabled by Default.
You will see that kind of events in logfile and/or syslog
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Offline eosuorah

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Re: Debugging commands on the Avaya ERS Switches
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2012, 12:18:47 PM »
.... how about (Example for 48-Port Switch):

conf t
int fa 1/1-46
snmp trap link-status port 1-46 enable
end



But SNMP-Trap for Link-Status is enabled by Default.
You will see that kind of events in logfile and/or syslog


But I need to have logging enabled. Right?

And then I issue the command "sh logging informational" ?
As I would assume, Port Link Status would be informational only.

Is my assumption correct?