Configuring Universal Port Example

The following procedure configures Universal Port to disable the egress port identified by parameter 7:
  1. Create the profile and add the command to disable the egress port as follows:

    create upm profile disable_port_elrp

    disable port $EVENT.LOG_PARAM_7

  2. Verify that the profile is created and enabled by entering the following command:
    show upm profile
  3. Create the EMS configuration by entering the following commands:

    create log target upm disable_port_elrp

    create log filter f1

    configure log filter f1 add event ELRP.Report.Message match string “LOOP”

    enable log target upm “disable_port_elrp”

    configure log target upm “disable_port_elrp” filter f1

  4. At this point, connect the ports 1 and 24 to form a loop.

    Two log messages will be logged when the loop is detected on ports 1 and 24 and ELRP is enabled both. This triggers the disable_port_elrp profile twice, and ports 1 and 24 should be disabled.

  5. View the log.
    > show log
    01/17/2008 08:08:05.49 <Info:vlan.dbg.info> Port 24 link down
    01/17/2008 08:08:05.22 <Noti:UPM.Msg.upmMsgExshLaunch> Launched profile disable_port_elrp for the event log-message
    01/17/2008 08:08:04.69 <Info:vlan.dbg.info> Port 1 link down
    01/17/2008 08:08:04.46 <Noti:UPM.Msg.upmMsgExshLaunch> Launched profile disable_port_elrp for the event log-message
    01/17/2008 08:08:04.46 <Warn:ELRP.Report.Message> [CLI:ksu:1] LOOP DETECTED : 436309 transmited, 64 received, ingress slot:port (1) egress slot:port (24)
    01/17/2008 08:08:04.46 <Warn:ELRP.Report.Message> [CLI:ksu:1] LOOP DETECTED : 436309 transmited, 63 received, ingress slot:port (24) egress slot:port (1)
    01/17/2008 08:08:03.50 <Info:vlan.dbg.info> Port 24 link up at 1 Gbps speed and full-duplex
  6. To view the profile execution history, enter the show upm history command.
    If you want to see the more details, enter the show upm history details command to see all the profiles or display information on a specific event by entering the exec-id.
  7. To view the configuration, use the show config upm and show config ems commands.