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Is it possible to view an address range instead of a specific address byte using debug hal show gbic_i2c ?

  • 1.  Is it possible to view an address range instead of a specific address byte using debug hal show gbic_i2c ?

    Posted 11-13-2018 23:38
    Working with an Extreme x460g2-48p-10g4 and trying to take a look at some of the transceiver outputs for a few optics.

    Is it possible to view an address range instead of a specific address byte using debug hal show gbic_i2c ?

    Seems to only let me do small values which is a bit tedious.


  • 2.  RE: Is it possible to view an address range instead of a specific address byte using debug hal show gbic_i2c ?

    Posted 11-14-2018 00:15
    sorry if this is a silly response, does
    show port transceiver information detail[/code]give you the information you're looking for?


  • 3.  RE: Is it possible to view an address range instead of a specific address byte using debug hal show gbic_i2c ?

    Posted 11-14-2018 00:37
    Hi Dave,

    No silly answer to a poorly written question.
    The command shows a lot of good info when DOM is in use, but doesn't give much on the physical transceiver values.

    What i'm looking for here, is a few qualifiers and if there is a way of reading a larger scale using the debug command. So far I can only get a few addresses on the transceiver vs the full eeprom to review in 1 command.

    * X460G2-48p-10G4.53 # debug hal show gbic_i2c 49 0x50 00
    reading on port 49 from i2c addr 0x50 register 0
    read value 0x0304

    I'm not sure on how to get it in a scaled list for multiple addresses vs looking up only a few at a time and if this is even possible. I'd think that there would be a range setting but no luck so far.