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Is There a Way for User to Quickly See "show run interface <interface_type> <interface_number>

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Hi All,

Quick question, does NetMRI present the output of "show run interface <interface_type> <interface_number>" in its native UI.  The output looks like below:

# show run interface Eth 108/1/7

interface Ethernet108/1/7
  description ********
  switchport mode trunk
  switchport trunk native vlan 3822
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 3822-3826
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk

 

We are intrested in allowed vlans in a trunk port.  We know that NetMRI does record all forwarding vlans in its interface UI, however we are interested in vlans acutally configured as allowed.

We can always look at configuration as a whole, however we want to hide the config for certain users.

 

Thanks,
Nick

You can view the whole config

JCook
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You can view the whole config, or use the search feature.  Or maybe the ad hoc command script might work for you that will go run the command show run interface you want.  Another option that can work wonders is the policy function.  

Hi Jeff,

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Hi Jeff,

Yes, it may be we have to end up using ad-hoc-command for these specific interfaces.

Thanks for your help!

You can write a NetMRI EASY

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You can write a NetMRI EASY script to grab the data and add it to custom fields.

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Aggregating returned data in one report

btraister
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This is exactly what we are trying to do.  We would just like it all to show up in one report.  I have 200 switches im looking into...

 

NetMRI EASY

btraister
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How do I do that?

SO i am using the archive

btraister
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SO i am using the archive command which works great...it makes a file for each switch that I can cat into one file...but how can I get it to also include the hostname with each switch it gets to?

 

Action:
    Execute Command Batch

Action-Description:
    Execute the commands contained in the Commands_to_be_Executed variable.

Action-Commands:
    ARCHIVE ($Name.txt): $Commands_to_be_Executed

 

 

 

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