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Port stats

Port stats

Port stats

Is anyone aware of a reset command for individual ports on an Avaya ERS4550T-PWR switch.

I can find the command to reset all of the ports in one hit, but don't need that.

RE: Port stats

From the CLI, do this, as an example if you're working with port 25

int fast 25
no shut

for multiple ports, you can type int fast 25-26, shut, no shut.

RE: Port stats

Biv thanks for the response. In my haste to type out the question...It should have read "Is anyone aware of a reset command for individual port statistics on an Avaya ERS4550T-PWR switch.

"Note to ones self always re-read what I type as I am not purfect"

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