• Author : Michael Chin

 
 

“show interfaces interactions” CLI command

Description The ‘show interfaces interactions’ command aims to provide users a resource that explains various relationships between ethernet interfaces. It describes interactions in which a configuration on an interface causes another set of interfaces to become inactive or have reduced capabilities. Examples include a primary interface consuming subordinate interfaces to service a four-lane speed or platform restrictions that require four interfaces of a port to operate at the same speed. Platform compatibility With the EOS-4.21.3F release, the command is supported on the following products: 7280QR-C72 7280QRA-C36S With the EOS-4.23.1F release, the command is supported on the following products: 7060DX4-32 7060PX4-32...
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“Show Interfaces Interactions” CLI Command

Description The ‘show interfaces interactions’ command aims to provide users a resource that explains various relationships between ethernet interfaces. It describes interactions in which a configuration on an interface causes another set of interfaces to become inactive or have reduced capabilities. Examples include a primary interface consuming subordinate interfaces to service a four-lane speed or platform restrictions that require four interfaces of a port to operate at the same speed. Platform Compatibility With the EOS-4.21.3F release, the command is supported on the following products: 7280QR-C72 7280QRA-C36S With the EOS-4.23.1F release, the command is supported on the following products: 7060DX4-32 7060PX4-32...
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“show interfaces interactions” CLI command

Description The show interfaces interactions command aims to provide users a resource that explains various relationships between ethernet interfaces. It describes interactions in which a configuration on an interface causes another set of interfaces to become inactive or have reduced capabilities. Examples include a primary interface consuming subordinate interfaces to service a four-lane speed or platform restrictions that require four interfaces of a port to operate at the same speed. Platform compatibility This command is intended to be platform independent. Configuration N/A Show Commands Syntax The syntax command is show interfaces [intf] interactions [speed [speed]] The user will be able to restrict...
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