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  • 1.  vsp trace command

    Posted 01-26-2022 05:28
    Hi,

    can anyone tell me the vsp trace level for snmp (if there is one) or even better a list of trace modules.

    I'm sure "trace level ?" used to return the list of available modules.  Now it just returns
    " <0-263> Module ID
    sub-system Sub-System ID
    <cr>" 
    which isn't very helpful.

    thanks


  • 2.  RE: vsp trace command
    Best Answer

    Posted 01-28-2022 10:18
    Hi,

    if you just enter trace level and hit "enter" you will get the list of available modules:
    VSP-4900-12MXU-12XE:1#% trace level
    usage: trace level <modid> <level>

    Module IDs: Trace Levels:
    0 - Common 0 0 - Disabled
    1 - SNMP Agent 0 1 - Very terse
    2 - RMON 0 2 - Terse
    3 - Port Manager 0 3 - Verbose
    4 - Chassis Manager 0 4 - Very verbose
    5 - STG Manager 0
    6 - Phase2 OSPF 0
    7 - Hardware I/F 0
    8 - (N/A) 0
    9 - CP Port 0
    10 - (N/A) 0
    11 - VLAN Manager 0
    12 - CLI 0
    13 - Main 0
    14 - Phase2 IP+RIP 0
    15 - RCC IP 0
    ...

    regards
    Marlon


  • 3.  RE: vsp trace command

    Posted 02-08-2022 11:43
    Thanks Marlon Scheid,

    I never thought to remove the '?'
    This was exactly what I wanted.