show fip snooping counters

show fip snooping {vlan} vlan_name counters

Description

This command shows the number of FIP frames snooped per type.

Syntax Description

fip

FCoE Initialization Protocol.

snooping

Snooping FIP frames.

vlan_name

Name of the VLAN for which the counters are shown.

counters

Number and types of FIP frames snooped on the VLAN.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

The command shows the number of FIP frames snooped per type.

Example

BDX8.62 # show fip snooping vlan v1 counters

VLAN : v1

FIP Frame type                                       Snooped
---------------------------------------------------- ----------
Solicited Discovery Request                                   0
Unsolicited Discovery Request                                 1
Solicited Discovery Advertisement                             1
Unsolicited Discovery Advertisement                          12
Fabric Login (FLOGI)                                          1
FLOGI Accept                                                  1
FLOGI Reject                                                  0
NPortID Virtualization Fabric Discovery (NPIV FDISC)          5
NPIV FDISC Accept                                             5
NPIV FDISC Reject                                             0
Fabric Logout (FLOGO)                                         0
FLOGO Accept                                                  0
FLOGO Reject                                                  0
Exchange Link Parameters (ELP)                                0
ELP Accept                                                    0
ELP Reject                                                    0
ENode Keep-alive                                             11
VN_Port Keep-alive                                            6
Clear Virtual-link                                            0
VLAN Request                                                  0
VLAN Notify                                                   0
Unknown FIP Frame Type                                        0

BDX8.63 #
 

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 15.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the Summit X770.