Summit switch show all vlans associated with one port

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We've got a Summit 460-48. I have several ports that are associated with multiple tagged vlans as they provide switch to switch connectivity.

If I issue a "show port 47", all we see is that there are [6] vlans but no further identification. I have to enter "show vlan [vlan name]" on each vlan to find out which has port 47.

Is there a command I can issue that will show the port name along with the list of vlans that this port participates in? 

Thanks...
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Sheldon Lefkowitz

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Posted 2 years ago

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sho port 47 info detail
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show vlan port 47

this will list all vlans on port 47

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Thanks, Dave(s). That was ultimately quick and completely answers that question. It's bugged me for weeks!

Have a good weekend.

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https://community.extremenetworks.com/extreme/topics/xos_show_vlan_portinfo

I don't know why XOS doesn't include this command and I've to install the script on every switch to see my VLAN/port on one screen.

-Ron
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Here's a link to a slightly updated version of that script on our GitHub page.
https://github.com/extremenetworks/ExtremeScripting/tree/master/EXOS/Python/vlanportinfo

Regarding adding this to EXOS... I'll see what I can do.