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Troubleshooting Guide

CloudEngine 16800, 12800, 12800E, 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 Series Switches

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The display commands provide the following information:

  • Current device status
  • Neighbor device information
  • Overall network information
  • Network fault location

The display commands can be executed in any view.

The following is an example of display commands:

<HUAWEI> display ?
  aaa                     AAA(Authentication,Authorization,Accounting)
  acl                     ACL status and configuration information
  alarm                   Failure manager module
  als                     Set automatic laser shutdown
  anti-attack             Specify anti-attack configurations
  arp                     Display ARP entries
  auto-defend             Auto defend
  bfd                     Specify Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)
  bgp                     BGP information
  bridge                  Bridge MAC
  bridge-domain           Bridge-domain
  capture-packet          Display capture packet
  clock                   Display the clock status
  command                 Command line
  configuration           Configuration information
  control-flap            Interface flap control status
  copyright               Open source software copyright information
  cpu                     The state of CPU monitor
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  • After you enter display ?, the system displays some level-1 keywords that can be used behind display. More keywords can be added behind these displayed keywords.

  • Different device models or versions support different features. The keywords actually displayed may be different from the preceding example.

This section involves only commonly used display commands. For more display commands, see the Command Reference.

Updated: 2020-01-07

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