show edp

show edp {ports [all | ports] {detail}}


Displays connectivity and configuration information for neighboring Extreme Networks switches.

Syntax Description


Specifies all ports.


Specifies one or more ports or slots and ports.


Show detailed information.



Usage Guidelines

port_list can be one or more port numbers. For a detailed explanation of port specification, see Port Numbering in Command Reference Overview To clear the counters, use the clear lacp counters command.

The neighbor-ID value is eight bytes. The first two bytes are always set to 00:00; the last six bytes are set to the neighbor‘s system MAC address.

Use the show edp command to display neighboring switches and configurations. This is most effective with Extreme Networks switches.


The following command displays the configuration of the switch:

show edp

Following is sample output from this command:

EDP advert-interval     :60 seconds
EDP holddown-interval   :180 seconds
EDP enabled on ports    :1:1  1:2  1:3  1:4  1:5  1:6  3:1  3:2  3:3  3:4

Following is sample output from the show edp ports 1:1 command:

Port   Neighbor                       Neighbor-ID Remote  Age    Num
Port         Vlans
1:1    Oban                      00:00:00:30:48:41:ed:97   1:1    54     1

The following command displays the connectivity and configuration of neighboring Extreme Networks switches:

show edp ports 1:1 detail

Following is sample output from this command:

Port 1:1: EDP is Enabled
Tx stats: sw-pdu-tx=2555       vlan-pdu-tx=1465       pdu-tx-err=0
Rx stats: sw-pdu-rx=2511       vlan-pdu-rx=2511       pdu-rx-err=0
Time of last transmit error: None
Time of last receive error:  None
Remote-System:          Oban                       Age = 41
Remote-ID:              00:00:00:30:48:41:ed:97
Software version:
Remote-Port:            1:1
Port Type:              Ethernet
Auto Negotiation:       OFF
Flow Control:           SYMMETRIC/ASYMMETRIC
Duplex Speed:           Configured = HALF       Actual = HALF
Port Speed (MB):        Configured = ERROR      Actual = 100 Mbps
test (4094)  Age = 41


The output differs if the port is connected to a port running ExtremeWare® software; the output shown above is displayed when both connected ports are running ExtremeXOS software.


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 10.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the Summit X450-G2, X460-G2, X670-G2, X770, and ExtremeSwitching X440-G2, X620, X690, X870 series switches.