Does anybody know if there is a command to show the logical interfaces definied on the system? I know if i do show "bridge-domain X" then I can see the logical interfaces in use per bridge-domain. Also if I do "show run int e 0/x" then I can see the logical interfaces defined in the running configuration per interface. However there don't appear to be any other commands specifically relating to the logical interfaces?
The reason I am asking is I am looking at some automation and wanting to pull back specific information by defining Extreme SLX NTC Templates (https://github.com/networktocode/ntc-templates
) that I can use to obtain facts about the current system state. However parsing the running configuration seems the wrong way to go about this given that I may not know which interface is using logical interfaces (and most other functionality appears to have specific show commands related to it).
Am I missing something?