shell command to check ARP table

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Hi,

I just troubleshoot a problem and need the command to check the ARP table of the controller.

#arp doesn't give me much info...

root@XXX:~# arpAddress                  HWtype  HWaddress           Flags Mask            Iface
10.4.103.254             ether   00:00:0c:07:ac:00   C                     eth0
10.4.103.251             ether   78:2b:cb:3a:90:c9   C                     eth0
10.4.103.223             ether   00:22:4d:67:f3:91   C                     eth0
10.4.103.224                     (incomplete)                              eth0
root@XXX:~#

I'd need it to check the MAC/IP of the APs on a bridge@EWC interface.

Thanks,
Ron
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I don't specifically know of a command to grab the arp table for the esa port, it's not something we expose via the shell. If you do need this, you should open a GTAC ticket. Shell commands are used for support and debugging so we typically wouldn't post them here on a public forum. 

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Doug
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Thanks Doug,

here my ticket# 01180187

-Ron