This command displays the list of links aggregated into a trunk.

Syntax   trunk-show

name name-string

The name for the trunk configuration.

ports port-list

The port number(s) for the link(s) to aggregate into the trunk.

Specify any of the following options:

speed disable|100m|1g|10g|40g|50g|100g

Specify the port speed or disable the port.

egress-rate-limit unlimited

Specify an egress rate limit for the configuration.


Specify if you want the physical port to autonegotiate port speed.


Specify if the port can receive jumbo frames.

lacp-mode off|passive|active

Specify the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) mode for the configuration.

lacp-priority number

Specify the LACP priority. This is a number between 1, and 65535 with a default value of 32768.

lacp-timeout slow|fast

Specify the LACP time out as slow (30 seconds) or fast (4 seconds). The default value is slow.

lacp-fallback bundle|individual

Specify the LACP fallback mode as individual or bundled.

lacp-fallback-timeout seconds

Specify the LACP fallback timeout in seconds. The range is between 30, and 60 seconds with a default value of 50 seconds.


Specify physical port reflection


Specify if the switch is an edge switch.


Specify if pause frames are sent.

description description-string

Specify the physical port description.


Specify loopback if you want to use loopback.


Specify if a VXLAN can terminate on the trunk.

unknown-ucast-level unknown-ucast-level-string

Specify an unknown unicast level in percent. The default value is 100%.

unknown-mcast-level unknown-mcast-level-string

Specify an unknown multicast level in percent. The default value is 100%.

broadcast-level broadcast-level-string

Specify a broadcast level in percent. The default value is 100%.

port-mac-address mac-address

Specify the MAC address of the port.

loop-vlans vlan-list

Specify a list of VLANS for looping.


Specify if the port participates in routing on the network.


Enable or disable host facing ports.


Specify to delay bringing up the host.

dscp-map dscp-map name|none

Specify the DSCP map name to enable on a port


Specify local-switching or no-local-switching. A no-local-switching port cannot bridge traffic to another no-local-switching port

allowed-tpid q-in-q|q-in-q-old

Specify an allowed TPID in addition to 0x8100 for VLAN headers.


Specify if fabric guard is enabled.


Specify Port Forwarding Error Correction (FEC) mode.

Defaults   None.

Access   CLI


Version 1.2

Command introduced.

Version 1.2.6

The optional parameter lacp-mode added.

Version 2.1

The parameter id is deprecated. The parameters enable | disable, lacp-priority, lacp-timeout, reflect, edge-switch, pause, description, loopback, mirror-receive, port-mac and send-port added.

Version 2.2.5

The parameters unknown-ucast-level, unknown-mcast-level, and broadcast-level added.

Version 2.2.6

The parameter egress-rate-limit added.

Version 2.3

The parameters auto-neg, eth-mode, and reflect deprecated.The parameter rem-rswitch-port, and routing added.

Version 2.4

The parameter enable|disable, deprecated. The parameters loop-vlans, and host-enable added.

Version 2.5.3

The parameters reflect|noreflect, dscp-map dscp-map name|none, and local-switching|no-local-switching added.

Version 2.6.2

The parameter vxlan-termination, allowed-tpid, and fabric-guard added. The parameter mirror-receive-only deprecated.

Version 3.0.0

The parameter autoneg|no-autoneg added.

Version 3.1.0

The parameter fec|no-fec added.

Version 5.1.0

The parameters bw-bps, rem-rswitch-port-mac, deprecated. The parameter defer-bringup|no-defer-bringup added.

Version 7.0.0

The parameter description added.

Usage   Trunks can be used to aggregate network links at Layer 2 on the local switch. Use this command to modify the links for a trunk.

Examples  To display a list of all trunks, and the aggregated links, use the following command:

CLI (network-admin@switch) > trunk-show

name    port speed autoneg jumbo

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

trunk-1 1,3  10g   off     off