PA-5220 AUX ports SFP+ module attributes

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PA-5220 AUX ports SFP+ module attributes

Hi

 

I found this

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Management-Articles/How-to-check-the-media-type-on-the-interfac...

 

which gave me this

show system state filter sys.s1.p*.phy

 

But this I don't think shows me aux1 or aux2.

 

Any one know how to show the SFP module info for aux1 and aux2

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Re: PA-5220 AUX ports SFP+ module attributes

 

Hi,

 

You can use the following command: 

 

> debug system interface-xcvr-info aux-1

 

        Identifier          : 0x03 (SFP)

        Extended identifier : 0x04 (GBIC/SFP defined by 2-wire interface ID)

        Connector           : 0x07 (LC)

        Transceiver codes   : 0x00 0x00 0x000x01 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00

                            :  => Ethernet: 1000BASE-SX

        Encoding            : 0x01 (8B/10B)

        BR, Nominal         : 1300MBd

        Rate identifier     : 0x00 (unspecified)

        Length (SMF,km)     : 0km

        Length (SMF)        : 0m

        Length (50um)       : 550m

        Length (62.5um)     : 270m

        Length (Copper)     : 0m

        Length (OM3)        : 0m

        Laser wavelength    : 850nm

        Vendor name         : OEM             

        Vendor OUI          : 00:00:00

        Vendor PN           : PAN-SFP-SX      

        Vendor rev          : 2.0

 

> show system state | match aux-1

 

cfg.aux_intf.map: { 'aux-1': eth5, 'aux-2': eth6, }

cfg.ha.net.s0.out-of-band: { 'additional-ha1': [ ha1-b, aux-1, aux-2, ], 'aux-1': eth5, 'aux-2': eth6, 'default-ha1': ha1-a, 'default-ha2': hsci, 'default-ha3': hsci, 'ha1-a': eth1, 'ha1-b': eth2, 'hsci': sys.s1.ha1., 'management': eth0, 'mirror': [ ha1-a, ha1-b, hsci, ], }

cfg.net.s0.eth5.cfg: { 'disable-dhcp': True, 'fips-gated': True, 'ip-type': static, 'ipaddr': , 'ipv6addr': , 'mtu': 1500, 'netmask': , 'onboot': True, 'routes': { 'default': , }, 'table': aux-1, 'up': True, 'v6routes': { 'default': , }, }

net.s0.eth5.cfg: { 'disable-dhcp': True, 'fips-gated': True, 'hwaddr': d4:f4:be:c3:9f:e2, 'ifindex': 7, 'ip-type': static, 'ipv6linklocal': fe80::d6f4:beff:fec3:9fe2/64, 'mtu': 1500, 'onboot': True, 'routes': { 'default': , }, 'running': True, 'table': aux-1, 'up': True, 'v6routes': { 'default': , }, }

 

 

 

 

 

> show system state | match eth5

 

cfg.aux_intf.map: { 'aux-1': eth5, 'aux-2': eth6, }

cfg.ha.net.s0.out-of-band: { 'additional-ha1': [ ha1-b, aux-1, aux-2, ], 'aux-1': eth5, 'aux-2': eth6, 'default-ha1': ha1-a, 'default-ha2': hsci, 'default-ha3': hsci, 'ha1-a': eth1, 'ha1-b': eth2, 'hsci': sys.s1.ha1., 'management': eth0, 'mirror': [ ha1-a, ha1-b, hsci, ], }

cfg.net.s0.eth5.acl: { 'peers': [ ], 'services': [ ssh, https, icmp, ping, icmp, ], 'v6peers': [ ], }

cfg.net.s0.eth5.acl-extra.ha: { 'direct': { }, 'services': [ ], }

cfg.net.s0.eth5.cfg: { 'disable-dhcp': True, 'fips-gated': True, 'ip-type': static, 'ipaddr': , 'ipv6addr': , 'mtu': 1500, 'netmask': , 'onboot': True, 'routes': { 'default': , }, 'table': aux-1, 'up': True, 'v6routes': { 'default': , }, }

cfg.net.s0.eth5.hwcfg: { 'mode': 1, 'setting': 1, }

net.s0.eth5.cfg: { 'disable-dhcp': True, 'fips-gated': True, 'hwaddr': d4:f4:be:c3:9f:e2, 'ifindex': 7, 'ip-type': static, 'ipv6linklocal': fe80::d6f4:beff:fec3:9fe2/64, 'mtu': 1500, 'onboot': True, 'routes': { 'default': , }, 'running': True, 'table': aux-1, 'up': True, 'v6routes': { 'default': , }, }

net.s0.eth5.hwcfg: { 'advertised': [ 1Gb/s-full, auto, ], 'link': Up, 'mode': Autoneg, 'setting': 1Gb/s-full, }

net.s0.eth5.stats: { 'rx-bytes': 0, 'rx-compressed': 0, 'rx-drop': 0, 'rx-errs': 0, 'rx-fifo': 0, 'rx-frame': 0, 'rx-multicast': 0, 'rx-packets': 0, 'tx-bytes': 0, 'tx-carrier': 0, 'tx-colls': 0, 'tx-compressed': 0, 'tx-drop': 0, 'tx-errs': 0, 'tx-fifo': 0, 'tx-packets': 0, }

 

 

Regards

 

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