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How To View the Interface Up And Down Information By Running the Trapbuffer Command On the Firewall?

Publication Date:  2012-07-17 Views:  35 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
How to view the interface up and down information by running the trapbuffer command on the firewall?
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
  1. Run the dis  trapbuffer command. The following information is displayed.
2010-06-28 08:48:53 USG5360 %%01IFNET/5/TRAP(t): 1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.3Interface 769 Turns into
Down state
 
The previous information specifies only the interface index number but not the interface name.
 
  1. Enter the hidden view.
Run the show GigabitEthernet 0/0/3 command. The following information is displayed.
 
21:29:03  2010/06/28
 pcMainPortMac:     00-22-a1-01-c6-f8
 usMainPortPvid:                    0
 ucMainPortL2FwdFlag:               0
 ucMainPortcAdmitAllFrames:         0
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].usCaptIngressACL:0
 g_pstDpPortCfg[0].usCaptEgressACL: 1
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].ulIfIndex:       769
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].usMainPortIndex: 3
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].usMtu:           1500
 usPortEnable:                      1
 sSigEnable:                        0
 usArpEnable:                       1
 usIpEnbale:                        1
 usIsIsEnable:                      1
 usMplsEnable:                      1
 usIsTrunk:                         0
 usFwEnable:                        1
 usIsMainIf:                        1
 usMulticastEnable:                 0
 usReserve:                         0
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].ucTrunkId:       0
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].ucZoneId:        5
 g_pstDpPortCfg[3].ucVpnId:         0
g_pstDpPortCfg[3].ulIfIndex:       769 is the down interface.
Root Cause
None
Suggestions
None

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