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Catalyst 3750 SwitchCommand ReferenceCisco IOS Release 12.2(25)SEEFebruary 2006Corporate HeadquartersCisco Systems, Inc.170 West Tasman DriveSan Jose, CA 95134-1706USA 408 526-4000800 553-NETS (6387)Fax: 408 526-4100Text Part Number: OL-8552-01

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C O N T E N T ed PublicationsxxObtaining Documentation xxiProduct Documentation DVD xxiiOrdering Documentation xxiiDocumentation FeedbackxxiiCisco Product Security Overview xxiiReporting Security Problems in Cisco ProductsxxiiiObtaining Technical Assistance xxivCisco Technical Support & Documentation WebsiteSubmitting a Service Request xxivDefinitions of Service Request Severity xxvObtaining Additional Publications and InformationCHAPTER1Using the Command-Line InterfaceAccessing the Switchxxivxxv1-11-1CLI Command Modes 1-2User EXEC Mode 1-3Privileged EXEC Mode 1-3Global Configuration Mode 1-4Interface Configuration Mode 1-4config-vlan Mode 1-4VLAN Configuration Mode 1-5Line Configuration Mode 1-5Commands Changed in Cisco IOS 12.2(18)SECHAPTER2Catalyst 3750 Switch Cisco IOS Commandsaaa accounting dot1x1-62-12-1aaa authentication dot1x2-3Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01iii

Contentsaaa authorization networkaction2-6archive copy-sw2-8archive download-swarchive tar2-112-15archive upload-swarp access-list2-182-20auto qos voip2-22boot auto-copy-swboot boothlpr2-272-28boot config-file2-29boot enable-breakboot helper2-302-31boot helper-config-fileboot manual2-322-33boot private-config-fileboot ss2-52-412-42class-mapclear dot1xclear eap2-442-462-47clear ip arp inspection log2-48clear ip arp inspection statistics2-49clear ip dhcp snooping database2-50clear ipc2-51clear l2protocol-tunnel countersclear lacp2-522-53clear mac address-table2-54clear mac address-table move updateclear pagp2-562-57clear port-security2-58clear spanning-tree counters2-60clear spanning-tree detected-protocols2-61Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceivOL-8552-01

Contentsclear vmps statisticsclear vtp counters2-622-63cluster commander-addresscluster discovery hop-countcluster enable2-69cluster member2-70cluster outside-interface2-722-73cluster standby-groupcluster timer2-742-76define interface-rangedelete2-662-67cluster holdtimecluster run2-642-772-79deny (ARP access-list configuration)2-80deny (IPv6 access-list configuration)2-82deny (MAC access-list configuration)diagnostic monitor2-90diagnostic schedulediagnostic startdot1x2-872-932-952-97dot1x auth-fail max-attemptsdot1x auth-fail vlan2-992-101dot1x control-direction2-103dot1x critical (global configuration)dot1x critical (interface configuration)dot1x default2-110dot1x host-mode2-1132-115dot1x mac-auth-bypassdot1x max-reauth-reqdot1x max-req2-1162-1182-119dot1x multiple-hostsdot1x pae2-1072-109dot1x guest-vlandot1x initialize2-1052-1202-121dot1x port-control2-122Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01v

Contentsdot1x re-authenticate2-124dot1x re-authentication2-125dot1x reauthenticationdot1x timeoutduplex2-1262-1272-130errdisable detect cause2-132errdisable recovery2-134exception crashinfo2-137flowcontrol2-138interface port-channelinterface rangeinterface vlan2-1422-144ip access-groupip address2-1402-1462-149ip arp inspection filter vlanip arp inspection limit2-1512-153ip arp inspection log-bufferip arp inspection trust2-1552-157ip arp inspection validateip arp inspection vlan2-1592-161ip arp inspection vlan loggingip dhcp snooping2-1622-164ip dhcp snooping binding2-165ip dhcp snooping database2-167ip dhcp snooping information option2-169ip dhcp snooping information option allow-untrustedip dhcp snooping information option format remote-idip dhcp snooping limit rateip dhcp snooping trust2-1732-1742-175ip dhcp snooping verifyip dhcp snooping vlan2-1712-1762-177ip dhcp snooping vlan information option format-type circuit-id stringip igmp filter2-180ip igmp max-groupsip igmp profile2-1782-1812-183Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceviOL-8552-01

Contentsip igmp snooping2-185ip igmp snooping last-member-query-intervalip igmp snooping querier2-189ip igmp snooping report-suppressionip igmp snooping tcn2-1912-193ip igmp snooping tcn flood2-195ip igmp snooping vlan immediate-leaveip igmp snooping vlan mrouterip igmp snooping vlan staticip snap forwarding2-1962-1972-1992-201ip source bindingip ssh2-1872-2022-204ip verify source2-206ipv6 access-list2-207ipv6 mld snooping2-209ipv6 mld snooping last-listener-query-countipv6 mld snooping last-listener-query-interval2-2112-213ipv6 mld snooping listener-message-suppressionipv6 mld snooping robustness-variableipv6 mld snooping el coslacp port-priority2-2282-229lacp system-prioritylink state grouplink state track2-2312-2332-235logging event power-inline-statuslogging file2-2172-219ipv6 mld snooping vlanipv6 traffic-filter2-2152-2362-237mac access-group2-239mac access-list extended2-241mac address-table aging-timemac address-table move updatemac address-table notification2-2432-2442-246Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01vii

Contentsmac address-table static2-248mac address-table static dropmacro apply2-2492-251macro descriptionmacro global2-2542-255macro global descriptionmacro name2-2582-259match (access-map configuration)2-261match (class-map configuration)mdix automls qos2-2632-2652-267mls qos aggregate-policermls qos cos2-271mls qos dscp-mutationmls qos map2-2692-2732-275mls qos queue-set output buffers2-279mls qos queue-set output thresholdmls qos rewrite ip dscp2-2812-283mls qos srr-queue input bandwidthmls qos srr-queue input buffers2-2852-287mls qos srr-queue input cos-map2-289mls qos srr-queue input dscp-map2-291mls qos srr-queue input priority-queue2-293mls qos srr-queue input threshold2-295mls qos srr-queue output cos-map2-297mls qos srr-queue output dscp-mapmls qos trust2-2992-301mls qos vlan-basedmonitor session2-3032-304mvr (global configuration)mvr (interface configuration)pagp learn-methodpagp port-priority2-3092-3122-3152-317permit (ARP access-list configuration)2-319permit (IPv6 access-list configuration)2-321Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceviiiOL-8552-01

Contentspermit (MAC access-list configuration)police2-330police aggregatepolicy-map2-3322-334port-channel load-balancepower inline2-3372-339power inline 22-3442-346private-vlan mapping2-3492-351radius-server dead-criteriaradius-server hostrcommandreload2-3522-3542-3562-358remote commandremote-span2-3602-361renew ip dhcp snooping databasermon collection statssdm vice setup express2-382show access-lists2-384show archive status2-387show arp access-list2-389show auto qosshow boot2-3902-394show cable-diagnostics tdrshow class-mapshow cluster2-3962-3982-399show cluster candidates2-401Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01ix

Contentsshow cluster members2-403show controllers cpu-interface2-405show controllers ethernet-controllershow controllers power inlineshow controllers tcam2-4192-421show dot1q-tunnelshow dot1x2-4152-417show controllers utilizationshow diagnostic2-4242-425show dtp2-429show eap2-431show env2-434show errdisable detect2-437show errdisable flap-valuesshow errdisable recoveryshow etherchannelshow flowcontrolshow idprom2-4392-4412-4432-4462-448show interfaces2-451show interfaces countersshow inventory2-4602-463show ip arp inspection2-464show ip dhcp snooping2-467show ip dhcp snooping bindingshow ip dhcp snooping databaseshow ip igmp profile2-4682-4702-472show ip igmp snooping2-473show ip igmp snooping groupsshow ip igmp snooping mroutershow ip igmp snooping queriershow ip source bindingshow ip verify sourceshow ipc2-4072-4762-4782-4802-4822-4842-486show ipv6 access-listshow ipv6 mld snooping2-4902-492Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferencexOL-8552-01

Contentsshow ipv6 mld snooping address2-494show ipv6 mld snooping mrouter2-496show ipv6 mld snooping queriershow l2protocol-tunnelshow lacp2-4982-5002-503show link state group2-507show mac access-group2-509show mac address-table2-511show mac address-table address2-513show mac address-table aging-timeshow mac address-table count2-5152-517show mac address-table dynamic2-519show mac address-table interface2-521show mac address-table move updateshow mac address-table notificationshow mac address-table staticshow mac address-table vlanshow mls qos2-5292-531show mls qos input-queueshow mls qos interfaceshow mls qos mapsshow mls qos vlan2-5352-5392-5422-5442-5452-548show mvr interface2-550show mvr members2-552show pagp2-5322-533show mls qos queue-setshow mvr2-5252-527show mls qos aggregate-policershow monitor2-5232-554show parser macroshow policy-map2-5562-559show port-security2-561show power inline2-564show sdm prefershow setup express2-5672-571Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01xi

Contentsshow spanning-tree2-572show storm-control2-579show switch2-581show system mtushow udld2-585show versionshow vlan2-5842-5882-590show vlan access-mapshow vlan filtershow vmpsshow vtpshutdown2-5952-5962-5972-6002-605shutdown vlan2-606snmp-server enable trapssnmp-server host2-6072-611snmp trap mac-notification2-615spanning-tree backbonefastspanning-tree bpdufilter2-6172-618spanning-tree bpduguardspanning-tree cost2-6202-622spanning-tree etherchannel guard misconfigspanning-tree extend system-idspanning-tree guard2-6262-628spanning-tree link-type2-630spanning-tree loopguard defaultspanning-tree mode2-6242-6322-634spanning-tree mst configurationspanning-tree mst cost2-6362-638spanning-tree mst forward-timespanning-tree mst hello-timespanning-tree mst max-age2-6402-6412-642spanning-tree mst max-hops2-643spanning-tree mst port-priority2-645spanning-tree mst pre-standardspanning-tree mst priority2-6472-648Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferencexiiOL-8552-01

Contentsspanning-tree mst root2-649spanning-tree port-priority2-651spanning-tree portfast (global configuration)2-653spanning-tree portfast (interface configuration)spanning-tree transmit hold-countspanning-tree uplinkfastspanning-tree vlanspeed2-6552-6572-6582-6602-663srr-queue bandwidth limit2-665srr-queue bandwidth shape2-667srr-queue bandwidth share2-669stack-mac persistent timer2-671storm-control2-673switch priority2-676switch provision2-677switch renumber2-679switchport2-681switchport access2-683switchport backup interfaceswitchport blockswitchport host2-6852-6882-689switchport mode2-690switchport mode private-vlanswitchport nonegotiate2-695switchport port-security2-697switchport port-security agingswitchport priority extendswitchport private-vlanswitchport protectedswitchport trunk2-6932-7022-7042-7062-7082-710switchport voice vlan2-713system env temperature threshold yellowsystem mtu2-7152-717test cable-diagnostics tdrtraceroute mac2-7192-720Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01xiii

Contentstraceroute mac iptrust2-725udld2-727udld port2-7232-729udld reset2-731vlan (global configuration)2-732vlan (VLAN configuration)2-738vlan access-mapvlan database2-7442-746vlan dot1q tag nativevlan filter2-7492-751vmps reconfirm (privileged EXEC)2-753vmps reconfirm (global configuration)vmps retry2-755vmps serverAPPENDIXA2-7542-756vtp (global configuration)2-758vtp (VLAN configuration)2-762Catalyst 3750 Switch Boot Loader CommandsbootcatA-2A-4copyA-5deletedirA-6A-7flash initformatA-9A-10fsckA-11helpA-12load etA-19rmdirA-20setA-1A-21Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferencexivOL-8552-01

yst 3750 Switch Debug Commandsdebug auto qosB-2debug backupB-4debug clusterB-5debug dot1xB-7debug dtpB-9debug eapB-10debug etherchanneldebug ilpowerB-12B-14debug ip dhcp snoopingB-15debug ip verify source packetdebug interfaceB-19debug ip igmp max-groupsdebug ip igmp snoopingB-20B-21B-22debug mac-notificationdebug matmB-23B-24debug matm move updatedebug monitorB-26debug mvrdbgB-28debug nvramdebug pagpB-16B-17debug ip igmp filterdebug lacpB-1B-25B-29B-30debug platform aclB-31debug platform backup interfaceB-32debug platform cli-redirection maindebug platform configurationdebug platform cpu-queuesB-34B-35debug platform device-managerdebug platform dot1xB-33B-37B-38debug platform etherchannelB-39debug platform fallback-bridgingB-40Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01xv

Contentsdebug platform forw-tcamB-41debug platform frontend-controllerdebug platform ip arp inspectiondebug platform ip dhcpB-42B-44B-45debug platform ip igmp snoopingdebug platform ip multicastB-48debug platform ip unicastdebug platform ipcB-52debug platform ledB-53debug platform matmB-46B-50B-54debug platform messaging applicationdebug platform phyB-58debug platform pmB-60debug platform port-asicB-56B-62debug platform port-securityB-63debug platform qos-acl-tcamB-64debug platform remote-commandsB-65debug platform resource-managerB-66debug platform snmpB-67debug platform spanB-68debug platform stack-managerB-69debug platform supervisor-asicB-70debug platform sw-bridgedebug platform tcamB-72debug platform udldB-75debug platform vlanB-76debug pmB-71B-77debug port-securityB-79debug qos-managerB-80debug spanning-treeB-81debug spanning-tree backbonefastdebug spanning-tree bpduB-84debug spanning-tree bpdu-optdebug spanning-tree mstpdebug spanning-tree switchB-83B-85B-86B-88Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferencexviOL-8552-01

Contentsdebug spanning-tree uplinkfastdebug sw-vlanB-91debug sw-vlan ifsB-93debug sw-vlan notificationdebug sw-vlan vtpAPPENDIXCB-90debug udldB-99debug vqpcB-101B-95B-97Catalyst 3750 Switch Show Platform Commandsshow platform aclC-2show platform backup interfaceC-3show platform configurationC-4show platform etherchannelC-5show platform forwardC-6show platform frontend-controllershow platform ip igmp snoopingshow platform ip multicastC-8C-9C-11show platform ip unicastC-12show platform ip unicast vrf compactionshow platform ip unicast vrf tcam-labelshow platform ipc traceshow platform layer4opC-19show platform messagingC-20C-21C-22show platform mvr tableC-23C-24show platform port-asicC-25show platform port-securityshow platform qosC-15C-17show platform mac-address-tableshow platform monitorC-14C-16show platform ipv6 unicastshow platform pmC-1C-30C-31show platform resource-managershow platform snmp countersshow platform spanning-treeshow platform stp-instanceshow platform stack-managerC-32C-34C-35C-36C-37Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01xvii

Contentsshow platform tbC-39show platform tcamshow platform vlanC-41C-44INDEXCatalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferencexviiiOL-8552-01

PrefaceAudienceThis guide is for the networking professional using the Cisco IOS command-line interface (CLI) tomanage the Catalyst 3750 switch, hereafter referred to as the switch. Before using this guide, you shouldhave experience working with the Cisco IOS commands and the switch software features. Before usingthis guide, you should have experience working with the concepts and terminology of Ethernet and localarea networking.PurposeThe Catalyst 3750 switch is supported by either the IP base image, formerly known as the standardmultilayer image (SMI), or the IP services image, formerly known as the enhanced multilayer image(EMI). The IP base image provides Layer 2 features including access control lists (ACLs), quality ofservice (QoS), static routing, and the Routing Information Protocol (RIP). The IP services imageprovides a richer set of enterprise-class features. It includes Layer 2 features and full Layer 3 routing(IP unicast routing, IP multicast routing, and fallback bridging). To distinguish it from the Layer 2 static routing and RIP, the IP services image includes protocols such as the Enhanced Interior GatewayRouting Protocol (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Protocol.This guide provides the information that you need about the Layer 2 and Layer 3 commands that havebeen created or changed for use with the Catalyst 3750 switches. For information about the standard CiscoIOS Release 12.2 commands, see the Cisco IOS documentation set available from the home pageby selecting Technical Support & Documentation Cisco IOS Software.This guide does not provide procedures for configuring your switch. For detailed configurationprocedures, see the software configuration guide for this release.This guide does not describe system messages you might encounter. For more information, see thesystem message guide for this release.For documentation updates, see the release notes for this release.Catalyst 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01xix

PrefaceConventionsConventionsThis publication uses these conventions to convey instructions and information:Command descriptions use these conventions: Commands and keywords are in boldface text. Arguments for which you supply values are in italic. Square brackets ([ ]) means optional elements. Braces ({}) group required choices, and vertical bars ( ) separate the alternative elements. Braces and vertical bars within square brackets ([{ }]) mean a required choice within an optionalelement.Interactive examples use these conventions: Terminal sessions and system displays are in screen font. Information you enter is in boldface Nonprinting characters, such as passwords or tabs, are in angle brackets ( ).screenfont.Notes, cautions, and warnings use these conventions and symbols:NoteCautionMeans reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to materials not contained inthis manual.Means reader be careful. In this situation, you might do something that could result in equipmentdamage or loss of data.Related PublicationsThese documents provide complete information about the switch and are available from this hw/switches/ps5023/tsd products support series home.htmlNoteBefore installing, configuring, or upgrading the switch, see these documents: For initial configuration information, see the “Using Express Setup” chapter in the getting startedguide or the “Configuring the Switch with the CLI-Based Setup Program” appendix in the hardwareinstallation guide. For device manager requirements, see the “System Requirements” section in the release notes (notorderable but available on For Network Assistant requirements, see the Getting Started with Cisco Network Assistant (notorderable but available on 3750 Switch Command ReferencexxOL-8552-01

PrefaceObtaining Documentation For cluster requirements, see the Release Notes for Cisco Network Assistant (not orderable butavailable on For upgrade information, see the “Downloading Software” section in the release notes.You can order printed copies of documents with a DOC-xxxxxx number from the sites andfrom the telephone numbers listed in the “Obtaining Documentation” section on page xxi. Release Notes for the Catalyst 3750, 3560, 2970, and 2960 Switches (not orderable but available Catalyst 3750 Switch Software Configuration Guide (not orderable but available on Catalyst 3750 Switch Command Reference (not orderable but available on Device manager online help (available on the switch) Catalyst 3750 Switch Hardware Installation Guide (not orderable but available on Catalyst 3750 Switch Getting Started Guide (order number DOC-7816663 ) Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Catalyst 3750 Switch (order numberDOC-7816664) Catalyst 3750, 3560, 3550, 2970, and 2960 Switch System Message Guide (not orderable butavailable on Getting Started with Cisco Network Assistant (not orderable but available on Release Notes for Cisco Network Assistant (not orderable but available on Cisco Small Form-Factor Pluggable Modules Installation Notes (order number DOC-7815160 ) Cisco CWDM GBIC and CWDM SFP Modules Installation Note (not orderable but available Cisco RPS 300 Redundant Power System Hardware Installation Guide (order numberDOC-7810372 ) Cisco RPS 675 Redundant Power System Hardware Installation Guide (order numberDOC-7815201 ) For information about the Network Admission Control (NAC) features, see the Network AdmissionControl Software Configuration Guide (not orderable but available on DocumentationCisco documentation and additional literature are available on Cisco also provides severalways to obtain technical assistance and other technical resources. These sections explain how to obtaintechnical information from Cisco Systems.Cisco.comYou can access the most current Cisco documentation at this URL: can access the Cisco website at this URL: 3750 Switch Command ReferenceOL-8552-01xxi

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Contents iv Catalyst 3750 Switch Command Reference OL-8552-01 aaa authorization network 2-5 action 2-6 archive copy-sw 2-8 archive download-sw 2-11 archive tar 2-15 archive upload-sw 2-18 arp access-list 2-20 auto qos voip 2-22 boot auto-copy-sw 2-27 boot boothlpr 2-28 boot config-file 2-29 boot enable-break 2-30 boot helper 2-31 boot helper-config-file 2-32 boot manual 2-33 boot private .

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Services Port Adapter (ws-ipsec-2 and ws-ipsec-3) Security Policy version 1.6 May 27, 2009 This is the non-proprietary Cryptographic Module Security Policy for the Catalyst 6506, Catalyst 6506-E, Catalyst 6509, Catalyst 6509-E switches with the VPN Services Port Adapter: Chassis Hardware Version - Catalyst 6506 switch - Catalyst 6506-E .

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