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Any equivalent command to "show storm-control" on Cisco 6800?


With c3750 it was very easy to display table of multicast levels by executing: "show storm-control multicast". I can't find similar a way to do this with c6800. I'm trying to identify which device caused the storm-control mechanism to send a trap. 

Any other useful commands related to this topic will be also appreciated (maybe related to mroute, mfib etc).

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show interfaces counters storm-control

please check this command 

Hi, thanks for your response. This will display a table with the configured levels and the amount of violations but not the current level (The 3750 shows also the current level).

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 - Perhaps :  show storm-control broadcast ,


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Hi, thanks for your response. This command is not available with C6800.

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