You can configure each port to transmit LLDP messages, receive LLDP messages, or both.
When both IEEE 802.1X and LLDP are enabled on the same port, incoming LLDP packets are accepted only when one or more clients are authenticated.
When configured to receive LLDP messages, the TLVs received at a port are stored in a standard Management Information Base (MIB), which makes it possible for the information to be accessed by an SNMP-compatible NMS such as Extreme Management Center or Ridgeline. Unrecognized TLVs are also stored on the switch, in order of TLV type. TLV information is purged after the configured timeout interval, unless it is refreshed by the remote LLDP agent. You can also manually clear the LLDP information for one or all ports with the clear lldp neighbors command.
You must use the detailed variable to display all TLV information.