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SG350 - Show IP interface brief

Does anyone know the SG350 equivalent to the show ip interface brief command?

Asking for a "friend"...

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VIP Engager

Re: SG350 - Show IP interface brief

Hi,

1. For viewing IP address configured on the switch:

"sho ip interface"

 

2. for Viewing interfaces status:

"sho interfaces status"

 

3. for Viewing interface Descriptions:

"sho interfaces description"


Regards,
Deepak Kumar

 

 

Regards,
Deepak Kumar,
Resume duty after a long holiday
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VIP Advisor

Re: SG350 - Show IP interface brief

These are small business switches, may not get full blown features like other Enterprise switches.

 

look at the command referene : (page 509)

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbms/350_/cli_guide/CLI_Tesla_Sx350_2_2_5.pdf

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Engager

Re: SG350 - Show IP interface brief

Hi @kennyrogersjr ,

 

To see the IP settings of the interfaces, you can go to: IP Configuration > IPv4 interface

sg350.jpg

 

Regards

VIP Engager

Re: SG350 - Show IP interface brief

Hi,

1. For viewing IP address configured on the switch:

"sho ip interface"

 

2. for Viewing interfaces status:

"sho interfaces status"

 

3. for Viewing interface Descriptions:

"sho interfaces description"


Regards,
Deepak Kumar

 

 

Regards,
Deepak Kumar,
Resume duty after a long holiday
Beginner

Re: SG350 - Show IP interface brief

Sorry for the belated response, I never received an email when this was answered.

Thanks for the "use the book" answer with the provided page; I...my friend...did look, but overlooked using the command without additional options. You answered first, and rightfully should have the solution, but for the folks that ask in the future, I marked the reply with the full answer in the reply. Sorry.

Thanks for the visual for the web access, it complements the total answer, but didn't answer the actual question.

Thank you for the CLI answer, as well as the supporting commands. I accepted this as the solution.