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Fit AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display lldp neighbor

display lldp neighbor

Function

The display lldp neighbor command displays information about neighboring devices of all interfaces or a specified interface.

Format

display lldp neighbor [ interface interface-type interface-number ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

interface interface-type interface-number

Displays information about neighboring devices of a specified interface.
  • interface-type specifies the interface type.
  • interface-number specifies the interface number.

If no interface is specified, the command displays information about neighboring devices of all interfaces with LLDP enabled.

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Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Using this command, you can know which neighboring devices are connected to the local device, to which interfaces the neighboring devices are connected, layer 2 information about the neighbors, and whether LLDP configuration is correct.

Prerequisites

The LLDP function has been enabled globally and on the specified interface.

Example

# Display information about neighbor devices of interfaces GigabitEthernet0/0/1.

<Huawei> display lldp neighbor interface gigabitethernet0/0/1
GigabitEthernet0/0/1 has 1 neighbors:

Neighbor index : 1

Basic port information
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Chassis type                  :MAC address
Chassis ID                    :5489-9876-b7d7
Port ID type                  :Interface name
Port ID                       :GigabitEthernet0/0/1
Port description              :NULL
System name                   :S5700
System description            :S5700-28C-PWR-EI
Huawei Versatile Routing Platform Software
 VRP (R) software,Version 5.110 (S5700 V200R001C00SPC100)
 Copyright (C) 2007 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.System capabilities supported   :bridge
System capabilities supported :bridge router
System capabilities enabled   :bridge router
Management address type       :ipv4
Management address            :192.168.40.103
OID  :0.6.15.43.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.41.1.2.1.1.1
Expired time                  :98 s


DOT1 port information
-------------------------
Port VLAN ID(PVID)            :1
VLAN name of VLAN 1           :VLAN1

DOT3 port information
-------------------------
Auto-negotiation supported    :Yes
Auto-negotiation enabled      :Yes
OperMau                       :speed(1000)/duplex(Full)

Power port class              :PD
PSE power supported           :No
PSE power enabled             :No
PSE pairs control ability     :No
Power pairs                   :Signal
Port power classification     :Class3
Power type                    :Type 2 PSE
Power source                  :Unknown
Power priority                :Unknown
PD requested power value      :0.0(w)
PSE allocated power value     :0.0(w)
PD requested power value Mode A              :0.0(w)
PD requested power value Mode B              :0.0(w)
PSE allocated power value Alternative A      :0.0(w)
PSE allocated power value Alternative B      :0.0(w)
PSE power pairsx              :Unknown
Power class                   :Class 0
Power typex                   :Type unknown
PD 4PID                       :NO
PD Load                       :Single signature
PSE maximum available power   :0.0(w)
PSE Autoclass support         :NO
Autoclass completed           :IDLE
Autoclass request             :IDLE
Power Down                    :No
Link aggregation supported    :Yes
Link aggregation enabled      :No
Aggregation port ID           :0

Maximum frame Size            :1600

MED Device information
-------------------------
Device class                  :Network Connectivity

HardwareRev                   :VER B
FirmwareRev                   :NA
SoftwareRev                   :Version 5.110 V200R001C00SPC200
SerialNum                     :NA
Manufacturer name             :HUAWEI TECH CO., LTD
Model name                    :NA
Asset tracking identifier     :NA

Media policy type             :Voice
Unknown Policy                :Defined
VLAN tagged                   :Yes
Media policy VlanID           :0
Media policy L2 priority      :5
Media policy Dscp             :46

Power Type                    :PSE
PoE PSE power source          :PSE
Port PSE Priority             :Low
Port Available power value    :2

Legacy port information
-------------------------
4-pair PoE Supported                              :No
Spare pair Detection/Classification required      :No
PD Spare Pair Desired State                       :Disable
PSE Spare Pair Operational State                  :Disable
Table 15-7  Description of the display lldp neighbor command output

Item

Description

Neighbor index

Index of a neighbor.

Chassis type

ID sub-types of a neighboring device:
  • Chassis component: chassis alias
  • Interface alias: interface alias
  • Port component: interface or backplane alias
  • MAC address: MAC address
  • Network address: network address
  • Interface name: name of the interface
  • Locally assigned: local name of the local device

Chassis ID

ID of a neighboring device.

Port ID type

Subtypes of a port ID.
  • Interface alias: interface alias
  • Port component: interface or backplane alias
  • MAC address: MAC address
  • Network address: network address
  • Interface name: name of the interface
  • Agent circuit ID: circuit ID of the DHCP agent
  • Locally assigned: local name of the local device

Port ID

ID of a neighbor interface.

Port description

Description of a neighboring interface.

System name

System name of a neighboring device.

System description

Description of a neighboring device.

System capabilities supported

Capabilities of a neighboring device (at least one capability is supported):
  • other: other capabilities
  • repeater: repeater
  • bridge: bridge device
  • wlanAccessPoint: wireless access point
  • router: router
  • telephone: wireless device
  • docsisCableDevice: management station
  • stationOnly: base station

System capabilities enabled

Capabilities enabled on a neighboring device (This field is a subset of the system capabilities supported field, and at least one capability must be enabled).
  • other: other capabilities
  • repeater: repeater
  • bridge: bridge device
  • wlanAccessPoint: wireless access point (AP)
  • router: router
  • telephone: wireless device
  • docsisCableDevice: management station
  • stationOnly: base station

Management address type

Type of the management IP address.

Management address

Management IP address of a neighbor.

OID

Object identifier information of a neighbor.

When the OID infomation of a neighbor is empty, this field is displayed as -.

Expired time

Aging time of a neighbor.

Port VLAN ID(PVID)

VLAN ID of an interface.

Protocol identity

Protocol ID.

VLAN name of VLAN 1

Name of VLAN 1.

Auto-negotiation supported

Whether the interface supports auto-negotiation:
  • Yes: Auto-negotiation is supported.
  • No: Auto-negotiation is not supported.

Auto-negotiation enabled

Whether the interface is enabled with auto-negotiation:
  • Yes: enabled.
  • No: disabled.

OperMau

Transmission rate and duplex mode of the interface.

Power port class

PoE type:
  • PSE: power-sourcing equipment.
  • PD: powered device.

PSE power supported

Whether the PSE power is supported.
  • Yes: PSE power is supported.
  • No: PSE power is not supported.

PSE power enabled

Whether the PSE power is enabled.
  • Yes: enabled.
  • No: disabled.

PSE pairs control ability

Whether the PSE control is supported.
  • Yes: PSE control is supported.
  • No: PSE control is not supported.

Power pairs

PoE remote power supply mode.
  • Signal: power supply mode of signal lines.
  • Spare: power supply mode of spare signal lines.
  • Unknown: an unknown remote power supply mode.

Port power classification

PD power control level on the interface:
  • Class0: indicates level 1.
  • Class1: indicates level 2.
  • Class2: indicates level 3.
  • Class3: indicates level 4.
  • Class4: indicates level 5.
  • Unknown: indicates an unknown control level.

Power type

PoE device type:
  • PSE: PoE power-sourcing equipment.
  • PD: PoE powered device.

Power source

Power supply source.

Type of the PSE: Primary power source, Backup source, Reserved, and Unknown

Type of the PD: PSE, Reserved, PSE and local, and Unknown

Power priority

Power priority:
  • Critical: the highest priority.
  • High: the second highest priority.
  • Low: the lowest priority.
  • Unknown: unknown priority.

PD requested power value

Power requested by the PD.

PSE allocated power value

Power allocated by the PSE.

PD requested power value Mode A

Power requested by the PD in mode A.

PD requested power value Mode B

Power requested by the PD in mode B.

PSE allocated power value Alternative A

Power allocated by the PSE for a PD in Mode A.

PSE allocated power value Alternative B

Power allocated by the PSE for a PD in Mode B.

PSE power pairsx

Mode in which the PSE supplies power to a PD.

Power class

Power class requested by the PD or allocated by the PSE.

Power typex

Working type of the device.

PD 4PID

Whether the PD supports all power receive types.
  • No: The PD does not support all power receive modes.
  • Yes: The PD supports all power receive types.

PD Load

Whether isolation between modes A and B is required for the PD.
  • No: Isolation between modes A and B is not required for the PD.
  • Yes: Isolation between modes A and B is required for the PD.

PSE maximum available power

Maximum output power of the PSE.

PSE Autoclass support

Whether the PSE supports Autoclass.
  • No: The PSE does not support Autoclass.
  • Yes: The PSE supports Autoclass.

Autoclass completed

Whether Autoclass is completed.

Autoclass request

Whether Autoclass is required for the PD.

Power Down

Whether the PD requires power supply from the PSE.

Link aggregation supported

Whether link aggregation is supported on the interface.

  • Yes: The interface supports link aggregation.
  • No: The interface does not support link aggregation.

Link aggregation enabled

Whether link aggregation is enabled on an interface.

  • Yes: The interface supports link aggregation.
  • No: The interface does not support link aggregation.

Aggregation port ID

ID of an aggregated interface, If link aggregation is disabled, the value of this field is 0.

Maximum frame Size

Maximum size of a frame supported by the interface.

Device class

Type of the MED device.

HardwareRev

Hardware version of the product.

FirmwareRev

Firmware version of the product.

SoftwareRev

Software version of the product.

SerialNum

Serial number.

Manufacturer name

Name of the manufacturer.

Model name

Name of a model.

Asset tracking identifier

Asset tracking ID.

Media policy type

Type of the xxz media policy:
  • Voice indicates that the device supports voice.
  • Unknown indicates that the type of the media policy is unknown.

Unknown Policy

Whether the type of the media policy is unknown. Yes indicates that the media policy type is unknown. No indicates that the media policy type is known.

VLAN tagged

Whether to add tag to the packets of the voice VLAN.

Media policy VlanID

ID of the voice VLAN.

Media policy L2 priority

Layer 2 priority.

Media policy Dscp

DSCP value.

Power Type

Power supply type:
  • PSE: power-sourcing equipment.
  • PD: powered device.

PoE PSE power source

Type of the PSE:
  • Primary: indicates primary power supply.
  • Backup: indicates backup power supply.
  • Unknown: indicates power supply of an unknown type.

Port PSE Priority

PSE priority of an interface:
  • Unknown: indicates an unknown priority.
  • Critical: indicates the highest priority.
  • High: indicates the medium priority.
  • Low: indicates the lowest priority.

Port Available power value

Port power supply

4-pair PoE Supported

Whether the interface supports UPoE.

Spare pair Detection/Classification required

Whether the standby device supports the requirement for detection and classification.

PD Spare Pair Desired State

Requirement state of the standby PD.

PSE Spare Pair Operational State

Operation state of the standby PSE.

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