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Nortel 1624g not responding for commands

Nortel 1624g not responding for commands

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Dears

I have Nortel 1624g, I log in with rwa account, and when I enter such as show vlan, I got strange response such as below



**************************************************

* Copyright (c) 1996-2007 Nortel Networks *

* All Rights Reserved *

* Ethernet Routing Switch 1624G *

* Software Release 2.1.4.0 *

**************************************************



Login: rwa

Password: ***

ERS-1624-Core2:1# show vlan
ERS-1624-Core2:1/show/vlan#
ERS-1624-Core2:1/show/vlan# show ports
ERS-1624-Core2:1/show/ports#

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
as you can see, I didn't get the vlan or or the ports?

can anyone help?

Thanks in Advance & Best Regards

RE: Nortel 1624g not responding for commands

The command line works on a tree structure, similar in concept to a windows file structure.
So typing "show vlan" moves you down the show vlan path (as seen by the change in the command prompt). If you use ? you will see what options there are to complete the command.

To view vlan information
# show vlan ? (to view vlan options)

# show vlan info all (add vid at end to view specific vlan)

To view port info
# show port ?

# show port info all

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