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Thu, Aug 30, 2018 6:00 PM

How do you show the arp table on a ICX 7450 running 08.0.30q ?

How do you show the arp table on a ICX 7450 running 08.0.30q ?
Our previous version: 07.3.00j that ran on the FCX 648 you could simply issue a "sh arp"  command.

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2 years ago

"show arp" in 8030 as well. 

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Ben, It doesn't show everything in the arp table when I do a "sh arp" in 8030q.

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Keep in mind those will only arps that we need to maintain. Are we the gateway for your hosts? Is this an L2 or L3 switch?

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L3

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Should be there then as long as we are resolving the arp for that host. If another switch is the gateway for the host, we won't (or don't need) to keep track of it. 

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Thank you

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2 years ago


Ben, It doesn't show everything in the arp table when I do a "sh arp" in 8030q.

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2 years ago

You might need to do a ping sweep first.  Sh Arp works fine in 08.00.30Q.  I just checked

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2 years ago

Arp will not show anything if your management vlan isn't the client vlan.  If you're trying to hunt down a given device, it's a little more complicated, and you'd need to start from your routing switch/device.