show ports transceiver information detail

show ports {port_list | tag tag} transceiver information detail

Description

Displays detailed information about the optical transceiver.

Syntax Description

port_list

Specifies the port number(s).

tag

Specifies an 802.1Q or 802.1ad tag value.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Interface (DDMI) provides critical system information about the installed optical modules. Use this command to monitor the condition of XFP, SFP, and SFP+ optical transceiver modules.

The tag value may be associated with either a VMAN or a VLAN.

If you try to execute this command on one of the ports in the port list that is non-compliant with DDMI, the following error message is displayed and the command does not go through:

Port 3:1 This command is not supported on this port. All ports and transceiver of the ports requested in the command need to support DDMI.

If you try to execute this command on one of the ports in the port list on which the transceiver is non-compliant with DDMI, the following error message is displayed:

Port 3:1 This media/transceiver does not support enhanced digital diagnostic monitoring interface (DDMI). All ports and transceiver of the ports requested in the command need to support DDMI.

Example

BD-8810.2 # show port 2:* conf
Port Configuration Monitor                              Wed Sep 19 23:00:19 2012
Port     Virtual    Port  Link  Auto   Speed      Duplex   Flow  Load   Media
         router     State State Neg  Cfg Actual Cfg Actual Cntrl Master Pri Red
================================================================================
2:1      VR-Default  E      A   OFF 40000 40000 FULL FULL    SYM       %Q_UNKWN
2:2      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:3      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:4      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:5      VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                    NONE
2:6      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:7      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:8      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:9      VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                   %Q+LR4
2:10     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:11     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:12     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:13     VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                   %Q+SR4
2:14     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
================================================================================
      > indicates Port Display Name truncated past 8 characters
      Link State: A-Active, R-Ready, NP-Port Not Present, L-Loopback
      Port State: D-Disabled, E-Enabled
      Media: !/$/%/* - use "show port info detail" for more information
      0->Clear Counters  U->page up  D->page down ESC->exit   
Note

Note

When a license is not installed, the restricted transceivers use a ?$‘.
(pacman debug) BD-8810.6 # show port 2:* conf no
Port Configuration
Port     Virtual    Port  Link  Auto   Speed      Duplex   Flow  Load   Media
         router     State State Neg  Cfg Actual Cfg Actual Cntrl Master Pri Red
================================================================================
2:1      VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                   $Q+SR4   
2:2      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE  
2:3      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE      
2:4      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE    
2:5      VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                    NONE    
2:6      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE    
2:7      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE    
2:8      VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE    
2:9      VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                   $Q+LR4
2:10     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE 
2:11     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE   
2:12     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE 
2:13     VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                   $Q+SR4
2:14     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE   
2:15     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE 
2:16     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE 
2:17     VR-Default  E      R   OFF 40000       FULL                    NONE
2:18     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE
2:19     VR-Default  E     NP   OFF 10000       FULL                    NONE     
================================================================================  
      > indicates Port Display Name truncated past 8 characters
      Link State: A-Active, R-Ready, NP-Port not present, L-Loopback  
      Port State: D-Disabled, E-Enabled     
      Media: !/$/%/* - use "show port info detail" for more information

BD-8810.4 # show port 2:1 info detail
Port:   2:1
        Virtual-router: VR-Default
        Type:           Q+SR4 ($ - Restricted Transceiver)
        Random Early drop:      Unsupported
        Admin state:    Enabled with  40G full-duplex
        Link State:     Ready (local fault)
        Link Ups:       1        Last: Wed Sep 05 04:38:19 2012
        Link Downs:     1        Last: Wed Sep 05 20:35:04 2012

BD-8810.4 # show port 2:9 info detail
Port:   2:9
        Virtual-router: VR-Default
        Type:           Q+LR4 (% - Unrestricted Transceiver)
        Random Early drop:      Unsupported
        Admin state:    Enabled with  40G full-duplex
        Link State:     Ready (local fault)
        Link Ups:       1        Last: Wed Sep 05 04:38:19 2012
        Link Downs:     1        Last: Wed Sep 05 20:35:04 2012
        Virtual-router: VR-Default
        Type:           SF+_LR (! - Unsupported Transceiver)
        Random Early drop:      Unsupported
        Admin state:    Enabled with  10G full-duplex
        Link State:     Ready
        Link Ups:       0        Last: --
        Link Downs:     0        Last: --  
The following example displays the current status of non-Extreme optical devices:
show port 3 transceiver information detail  
Port :  3       
        Media Type             : Q+PSM4  (Licensed)         or                                 
                                        (Unlicensed)       or                                                                
                                        (Restricted)     
        Vendor Name            : NOTEXT,INC            
        Part Number            : NOTEXT000EN-S001   
        Serial Number          : NE7M90299        

        Temp (Celsius)           :   0.00        Status                :   Low Alarm
            Low Warn Threshold   :   0.00        High Warn Threshold   :   0.00                
            Low Alarm Threshold  :   0.00        High Alarm Threshold  :   0.00          

        Voltage AUX-1/Vcc (Volts) :   0.00       Status                :   Low Alarm           
            Low Warn Threshold    :   0.00        High Warn Threshold   :   0.00               
            Low Alarm Threshold   :   0.00        High Alarm Threshold  :   0.00           

        Tx Power (dBm)            : -inf          Status                :   Low Alarm           
            Low Warn Threshold    : -inf          High Warn Threshold   : -inf               
            Low Alarm Threshold   : -inf          High Alarm Threshold  : -inf  
Press <SPACE> to continue or <Q> to quit:
Note

Note

In show ports transceiver information output, the Rx/Tx power values shown may be +/- 3dB from the actual value due to the limitation of SFP and the accuracy depends on SFP vendor. For accurate power measurement, it is recommended to use a power meter.

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.4.

Support for the Summit switches was added in ExtremeXOS 12.5.

The tag value was added in ExtremeXOS 12.4.4.

Support for SFP and SFP+ optics was added in ExtremeXOS 12.5.3.

Show output was updated in 15.3.

Show output was updated to include the current status of non-Extreme optical devices in ExtremeXOS 15.5.

Platform Availability

This command is available on all platforms.