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Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

  • 1.  Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

    Posted 01-02-2013 12:41 AM

    Hi there,

    I would start by following recommendation, but if it still doesn't show aptpolicy output afterwards, you could check the following:

    This is the output of aptpolicy:

    ED48K_133:root> aptpolicy

    Current Policy: 3 0(ap)

    3 0(ap) : Default Policy

    1: Port Based Routing Policy

    3: Exchange Based Routing Policy

             0: AP Shared Link Policy

             1: AP Dedicated Link Policy

    This info must be included somewhere in the switch config, so you can check it out by filtering by rte in the supportshow:

    ED48K_133:root> configshow |grep rte

    1. rte.ap_policy:0 <-- AP Link Policy
    2. rte.external_policy:3 <-- Routing Policy (exchange based in this case)
    3. rte.internal_policy:3

    Another example:

    ED48K_133:root> aptpolicy

    Current Policy: 1 1(ap)

    3 0(ap) : Default Policy

    1: Port Based Routing Policy

    3: Exchange Based Routing Policy

             0: AP Shared Link Policy

             1: AP Dedicated Link Policy

    ED48K_133:root> configshow |grep rte

    1. rte.ap_policy:1 <-- AP Link Policy
    2. rte.external_policy:1 <-- Routing Policy (port based in this case)
    3. rte.internal_policy:2


    The value of these parameters may be different depending on the chassis/FOS, so prior to checking it this way, confirm with aptpolicy that these statements are right for your environment.

    Kind regards,

    Felipon


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  • 2.  Re: How to check the aptpolicy setting in supportshow?

    Posted 01-02-2013 07:32 AM

    it is work .  thanks a lot


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