show lacp lag

show lacp lag group-id {detail}

Description

Displays LACP, or dynamic link aggregation, settings for the specified LAG.

Syntax Description

group-id

Specifies the LAG group ID you want to display. This is the number of the port you configured as the logical port of the LAG.

detail

Show detailed information.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the following information about the specified LACP LAG:
  • LAG
    • Identifies the particular LAG. This number comes from logical port assigned to the LAG and is the LAG group ID.

  • Actor Sys-Pri
    • Shows the system priority for that LAG.

    • If this number is lower than the number displayed for the Partner Sys-Pri, the system you are working on is the controlling partner in the LAG.

  • Actor Key
    • Automatically generated LACP key.

  • Partner MAC
    • Identifies the MAC address for the system connecting to the LAG on the remote end.

  • Partner Sys-Pri
    • Shows the system priority for that LAG on the remote end.

    • If this number is lower than the number displayed for the Actor Sys-Pri, the system at the remote end is the controlling partner in the LAG.

  • Partner Key
    • LACP key automatically generated by the system to which this aggregator is connected.

    • If this number is lower than the number displayed for the Actor Key, the partner system is the controlling partner in the LAG.

  • Agg Count
    • Identifies the number of ports added to the aggregator for that LAG.

  • Member port

  • Port priority

  • Rx State—Receiving state of the port
    • Idle.

    • Initialized.

    • Current—Receiving LACP PDUs.

    • Expired.

    • Defaulted.

  • Sel Logic—Selection state of the port
    • Selected—Ports with a matching admin key on the remote end.

    • Unselected—Ports that failed to meet with a matching admin key on the remote end.

    • Standby—Ports that exceed the number of ports that can be active in the LAG simultaneously. These ports can be moved into selected mode if one of the currently selected ports in the LAG goes down.

  • Mux State—Ability to transmit and collect data of the port.
    • Waiting—Selected port that is waiting for LACP to determine if it can join the aggregator.

    • Attached—Ports ready to be added to the aggregator.

    • Collecting-Dist—Ports that are added to the aggregator and are transferring data.

    • Detached—Ports that cannot be added to the aggregator.

  • Actor Flag—Mux state of the port.
    • A—Activity.

    • T—Timeout.

    • G—Aggregation.

    • S—Synchronization.

    • C—Collecting.

    • D—Distributing.

    • F—Defaulted.

    • E—Expired.

  • Partner Port
    • The operational value of the port number assigned to this link by partner.

  • Up—Yes or no.

  • Enabled—Yes or no.

  • LAG State—Up or Down.

  • Unack count.

  • Wait-for-count.

  • Current timeout.

  • Activity mode.

  • Defaulted action.

  • Receive state.

  • Transmit state.

  • Minimum Active—The minimum number of active links that must be up for the trunk to remain up.

  • Selected count—Number of selected ports in the LAG.

  • Standby count—Number of standby ports in the LAG.

  • LAG Id flag
    • S—Displays information on controlling partner of LAG.

    • T—Displays information on controlled partner of LAG.

Example

The following command displays information on the specified LACP LAG:

show lacp lag 4:9

The following is sample output from this command on a modular switch:

Lag        Actor    Actor   Partner            Partner  Partner  Agg    Actor
           Sys-Pri  Key     MAC                Sys-Pri  Key      Count  Mac
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4:9         2110    0x0fa9  00:04:96:10:33:60   2110    0x0fa9   16     00:22:33:44:55:66

Port list:

Member     Port      Rx           Sel          Mux            Actor     Partner
Port       Priority  State        Logic        State          Flags     Port
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4:9        300       Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  4009
4:10       301       Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  4010
4:11       302       Current      Standby      Detached       A-G-----  4011
4:12       303       Current      Standby      Detached       A-G-----  4012
4:29       200       Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  4029
4:30       0         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  4030
4:31       202       Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  4031
4:32       203       Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  4032
8:7        101       Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8013
8:8        10        Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8014
8:9        9         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8015
8:10       8         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8016
8:11       7         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8017
8:12       6         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8018
8:13       5         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8019
8:14       3         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8020
8:15       0         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8043
8:16       3         Current      Selected     Collect-Dist   A-GSCD--  8044
8:17       2         Idle         Unselected   Detached       --------  0
8:18       37        Idle         Unselected   Detached       --------  0
8:19       36        Idle         Unselected   Detached       --------  0
8:20       35        Idle         Unselected   Detached       --------  0
================================================================================
Actor Flags: A-Activity, T-Timeout, G-Aggregation, S-Synchronization
          C-Collecting, D-Distributing, F-Defaulted, E-Expired
 

The following command displays detailed information on the specified LACP LAG:

show lacp lag 5 detail

The following is sample output from this command:

Lag   Actor    Actor  Partner           Partner  Partner Agg   Actor            
      Sys-Pri  Key    MAC               Sys-Pri  Key     Count MAC              
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5           0  0x03ed 00:04:96:52:5b:a3       0  0x03ed      4 00:04:96:52:5b:98

Enabled          : Yes
LAG State        : Down 
Unack count      : 0
Wait-for-count   : 0
Current timeout  : Long
Activity mode    : Active
Defaulted Action : Delete
Receive state    : Enabled
Transmit state   : Enabled
Minimum active   : <3
Selected count   : 2
Standby count    : 0
LAG Id flag      : Yes
  S.pri:0   , S.id:00:04:96:52:5b:98, K:0x03ed
  T.pri:0   , T.id:00:04:96:52:5b:a3, L:0x03ed

Port list:

Member     Port      Rx           Sel          Mux            Actor     Partner 
Port       Priority  State        Logic        State          Flags     Port    
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5          0         Current      Selected     Attached       A-GSCD--  1005     
6          0         Current      Selected     Attached       A-GSCD--  1006     
7          0         Current      Unselected   Attached       A-------  1007     
8          0         Current      Unselected   Attached       A-------  1008     
================================================================================
Actor Flags: A-Activity, T-Timeout, G-Aggregation, S-Synchronization
             C-Collecting, D-Distributing, F-Defaulted, E-Expired

      

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.3.

Support for the LAG State and Minimum active parameters was added in ExtremeXOS 15.7.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on all platforms.