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Fit AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display ip interface description

display ip interface description

Function

The display ip interface description command displays IP-related information (such as the IP address, subnet mask, physical layer status, link layer protocol status, and number of interfaces in different states) and description of an interface.

Format

display ip interface description [ interface-type [ interface-number ] | interface-type &<1-8> ]

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
interface-type Indicates the interface type. If no interface type is specified, IP-related configurations and statistics of all interfaces are displayed. -
interface-number Indicates the interface number, which is used together with interface-type to identify an interface. If no interface number is specified, IP-related configurations and statistics of interfaces in the same type are displayed. -
interface-type Indicates that the command can display IP-related information about interfaces of multiple types. The command can display IP-related information about interfaces in a maximum of eight types. -

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Instead of running the display ip interface brief and display interface description commands, you can run the display ip interface description command to view both IP-related information and description of an interface, which facilitates the user operation.

Example

# View IP-related information and description of a specified interface.

<Huawei> display ip interface description
Codes:                                                                          
      Ana(Analogmodem),       Asy(Async),             Cell(Cellular),           
      Dia(Dialer),            Eth(Ethernet)           GE(GigabitEthernet),      
      H(Hssi),                Ima(Ima-group),         Loop(LoopBack),           
      MTun(MTunnel),          S(Serial),              Tun(Tunnel),              
      VE(Virtual-Ethernet),   VT(Virtual-Template)                              
                                                                                
      d(dampened),            D(down),                *D(administratively down),
      ^D(standby),            l(loopback),            s(spoofing),              
      U(up),                  E(E-Trunk down)                                   
------------------------------------------------------------------------------  
Number of interfaces whose physical status is Up: 3                             
Number of interfaces whose physical status is Down: 1                           
Number of interfaces whose protocol status is Up: 2                             
Number of interfaces whose protocol status is Down: 2                           
                                                                                
Interface                      IP Address/Mask    Phy  Prot Description         
NULL0                          unassigned         U    U(s)                     
Vlanif1                        unassigned         U    D                        
Vlanif102                      unassigned         D    D                        
Vlanif400                      192.168.40.1/24    U    U                        
Table 5-6  Description of the display ip interface description command output

Item

Description

Codes:

The following information provides the full spelling and explanation of the abbreviated interface names, physical status, and link layer protocols.
  • Full spelling of the abbreviated interface names is as follows:
    • Ana: Analogmodem interfaces
    • Asy: Async interfaces
    • Cell: Cellular interfaces
    • Dia: Dialer interfaces
    • Eth: Ethernet interfaces
    • GE: GigabitEthernet interfaces
    • H: Hssi interfaces
    • Ima: IMA-Group interfaces
    • Loop: Loopback interfaces
    • MTun: MTunnel interfaces
    • S: Serial interfaces
    • Tun: Tunnel interfaces
    • VE: Virtual-Ethernet interfaces
    • VT: Virtual-Template interfaces
  • Explanation of the abbreviated physical status of the interface is as follows:
    • U: indicates that the physical status of the interface is Up.U(l) indicates that the interface is enabled with the loopback function.
    • D: indicates that the physical status of the interface is Down.
    • *D: indicates that the network administrator has run the shutdown command on the interface.
    • ^D: indicates that the FIB module is in the standby state.
    • s: indicates that the interface is in spoofing status.
    • E: indicates the physical status of the Eth-Trunk.
  • Explanation of the abbreviated link layer protocol status is as follows:
    • U: indicates that the status of the link layer protocol on the interface is Up. U(s) indicates that the link layer protocol of the interface is Up even though the interface is not configured with an IP address. (s) is an inherent attribute of the interface and will be displayed when the interface is configured with an IP address. (d) indicates that the protocol module of the interface is dampened.
    • D: indicates that the link layer protocol of the interface is Down or no IP address is assigned to the interface.

Number of interfaces whose physical status is Up:

Indicates the number of interfaces whose physical status is Up.

Number of interfaces whose physical status is Down:

Indicates the number of interfaces whose physical status is Down.

Number of interfaces whose protocol status is Up:

Indicates the number of interfaces whose link layer protocol is Up.

Number of interfaces whose protocol status is Down:

Indicates the number of interfaces whose link layer protocol is Down.

Interface

Indicates the name and number of an interface.

IP Address/Mask

Indicates the IP address and subnet mask of an interface.

Phy

Indicates the physical status of an interface.

Prot

Indicates the link layer protocol status of an interface.

Description

Indicates the description of an interface, expressed in characters. A maximum of 20 characters can be displayed. When the length of the description is greater than 20 characters, only the first 17 characters are displayed and the last 3 characters are replaced by ellipsis (...). If the description of an interface is the default setting, no information is displayed.

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Updated: 2019-07-18

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