Displaying Fabric Nodes


Netvisor ONE uses fabric keepalive packets to determine the state of each fabric node. To display the state, use the fabric-node-show command with the syntax:


CLI network-admin@switch > fabric-node-show [state offline| online|in-band-only-online|mgmt-only-online|fabric-joined|eula-required|setup-required|fabric-required|fresh-install]


Netvisor ONE supports monitoring and reporting on both management and in-band network, therefore the node state can be one of the following:


  • online — reach-ability of node over both management and in-band interfaces
  • In-band-only-online — reach-ability of node through in-band channel only
  • mgmt-only-online — reach-ability of node through management network only
  • offline — no reach-ability over either communication channel.


In this example, Netvisor ONE displays the online node state in the command output:


CLI (network-admin@switch) > fabric-node-show layout vertical


id:                     167772208

name:                   switch

fab-name:               MyFabric

fab-id:                 a000030:5537b46c

cluster-id:             a000030:1

fab-mcast-ip:           ::

local-mac:              64:0e:94:28:00:8e

fabric-network:         in-band

mgmt-ip:                10.9.100.100/16

mgmt-mac:               64:0e:94:28:00:8f

mgmt-l3-port:           0

mgmt-secondary-macs:    

in-band-ip:             192.168.42.10/24

in-band-mac:            64:0e:94:28:00:8e

in-band-l3-port:        0

in-band-secondary-macs:

fab-tid:                8

cluster-tid:            1

out-port:               0

version:                5.0.0-5000014540

state:                  online

firmware-upgrade:       not-required

device-state:           ok

ports:                  0


 

Also check the fab-tid value for consistency on each node. See the Troubleshooting the Fabric section for details.