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Extreme X460-48p question

Extreme X460-48p question

Extreme X460-48p question

Hello I'm new to Extreme switches, what CLI command can I use to see port utilization (not in real time) for each module (slot) in a stack? I tried using the "show ports utilization packet" command but didn't get what I'm looking for. I want to see how much tx/rx traffic on all of the ports for each module so I can see what is currently being used, thank you!


RE: Extreme X460-48p question

do a show port utilization no-refresh Let me know if that helps or not- also depends if you are on 15 or 12 prior etc.

RE: Extreme X460-48p question

When I do a "show port utilization" I don't get the "no-refresh" option?

RE: Extreme X460-48p question

I only get the "no-refresh" option when I do a "show port" command but it just tells me the speed/duplex/active etc.

RE: Extreme X460-48p question

# sh port utilization ?
<cr> Execute the command
bandwidth Port utilization as percentage of bandwidth
bytes Port utilization in bytes/sec
packets Port utilization in packets/sec

Image : ExtremeXOS version v1254b5 by release-manager

Bandwidth option is helpful.

RE: Extreme X460-48p question

Did you ever get the info you were looking for?

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