Displays a per-port view of MAC Security (MACsec) usage information.
|usage||Specifies to display per-port MACsec usage information.|
Displays the number of ports that have MACsec enabled, and the maximum number of ports allowed, per slot. This command also displays the amount of bandwidth consumed by the enabled ports (assumes maximum throughput), as well as the maximum bandwidth allowed.
If the switch type has no port limit, then the "Port Count Limit" is displayed as N/A. If the switch has no bandwidth limit, then the "Bandwidth Maximum" is also displayed as N/A.
NoteThe CLI prevents you from exceeding the port limit but not the bandwidth limit. If the instantaneous traffic across all MACsec-enabled ports exceeds the switch's bandwidth limit, then excess traffic will be dropped.
The following example shows MACsec usage information:
# show macsec usage ----Port Count---- ------Bandwidth----- Slots #Enabled Limit Allocated Maximum ======== ======== ======== ========= ========= Slot-1 1 48 1.0Gbps 50.0Gbps
The following example shows MACsec usage information on ports 1-5:
# show macsec ports 1-5 usage Subject Link to BW MACsec Allocated Port Speed Maximum? Enabled Bandwidth ======== ========= ======== ======= ========= 1 1.0Gbps Yes No - 2 1.0Gbps Yes No - 3 1.0Gbps Yes No - 4 1.0Gbps Yes No - 5 1.0Gbps Yes No -
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 31.5.
This command is available on the following platforms.
NoteThe MACsec feature requires the installation of the MAC Security feature pack license.
|ExtremeSwitching 5320||All ports of all models except stacking ports.|
|ExtremeSwitching 5420||All ports of all models except stacking ports.|
|ExtremeSwitching 5520||All ports, except 5520-VIM-4X and 5520-24X 10G ports|
|ExtremeSwitching 5720||All ports of all models except stacking ports.|