A bridge domain is a set of logical ports that share the same flooding or broadcast characteristics. This command displays the port information of a bridge domain.

Syntax   bridge-domain-port-show

name name-string

Name of the bridge domain.

vnet vnet name

The VNET for the bridge domain.

Specify any of the following port arguments:

port port-list

The ports to be added to the bridge domain.

active-ports port-list

The active ports.

outer-vlan 1..4093

The outer VLANs for Q-in-Q.

vlan-range vlan-list 

The access VLANs for Q-in-Q as a range.

single-bum-domain true|false

The Q-in-Q VLANs in range for bum-limit.

vlans vlan-list

The access VLANs for Q-in-Q.

untagged-port-vlan 2..4093

The VLAN for untagged port.

inner-vlan 0..4095

The inner VLAN for ports assigned to a network.

l2-learning none|enable|disable

The status of MAC address learning.

outer-cos 0..7

The CoS value for outer VLAN.

inner-cos 0..7

The CoS value for inner VLAN.

CoS 0..7

The dot1q CoS priority.

outer-tpid none|dot1q|q-in-q|q-in-q-old

The outer TPID value.

Defaults   None


Version 5.2.0

Command introduced.

Version 6.0.0

The parameter mac-learning added.

Version 6.1.1

The parameters inner-cos, outer-cos, and cos added.

Version 7.0.0

The parameter vlan-range added.

Version 7.0.1

The parameter outer-tpid added.

Usage   Use this command to display the port details of a bridge domain.

Information Starting from Netvisor ONE release 7.0.1, it is possible to configure BD ports in 802.1Q mode and in 802.1ad/QinQ mode on the same switch.

Examples To display the details of the bridge domain BD1, use the command:

CLI (network-admin@switch) > bridge-domain-port-show name BD1

switch name port outer-vlan vlans untagged-port-vlan inner-vlan l2-learning

------ ---- ---- ---------- ----- ------------------ ---------- -----------

switch BD1  9    2000       1000  none

switch BD1  9    2001       1001  none

switch BD1  9    2002       1002  none