This command displays current VLAG configurations on the fabric.

Syntax   vlag-show


id vlag-id

Specifies the VLAG identifier.

name name-string

Specifies the name of the VLAG.

cluster cluster-name

Specifies the name of the cluster.

mode active-standby|active-active

Specifies the mode for the VLAG. Active-standby indicates one side is active, and the other is in standby mode. Active-Active indicates that both sides of the VLAG are up by default.


Specifies the behavior in the event of a failover.


Specifies the status of the VLAG.

local-state enabled|up|coming-up

Specifies the local state of the VLAG.

peer-state enabled|up|coming-up

Specifies the peer state of the VLAG.

lacp-mode off|passive|active

Specifies the LACP mode.

lacp-timeout slow|fast

Specifies the LACP timeout.

lacp-key lacp-key-number

Specifies the generated LACP key.

lacp-system-id lacp-system-id-number

Specifies the LACP system ID.

lacp-fallback bundle|individual

Specifies the LACP fallback mode as bundle or individual.

lacp-fallback-timeout seconds

Specifies the LACP fallback timeout between 30, and 60 seconds. The default value is 50 seconds.

lacp-individual port-list

Specifies the LACP ports operating individually.

lacp-port-priority number

Specify the LACP port priority as a value between 1, and 65535.

Defaults   None.

Access   CLI


Version 1.2

Command introduced.

Version 2.1

The parameters for failover and LACP added.

Version 2.2

The parameters for mode lacp-mode, active-standby and active-active added. Local-port changed to port.

Version 2.2.6

The parameter port deprecated. The parameters port vlag-usable-port name, and peer-port vlag-usable-port name added.

Version 2.4.0

The parameters lacp-fallback and lacp-fallback-timeout added.

Version 2.5.0

The parameter lacp-port-priority added.

Usage   A virtual link aggregation group (VLAG) allows links that are physically connected to two different Pluribus Networks devices to appear as a single trunk to a third device. The third device can be a switch, server, or any Ethernet device. A VLAG can provide Layer 2 multi-pathing, which allows you to create redundancy by increasing bandwidth, enabling multiple parallel paths between nodes, and load-balancing traffic where alternative paths exist. 

Examples  To display all VLAGs, use the following command:

CLI (network-admin@switch) > vlag-show format all layout vertical

id:               a000030:0

name:             fh2

cluster:          pubdev

mode:             active-active

switch:           pubdev01

port:             55

peer-switch:      pubdev02

peer-port:        55

failover-move-L2: no

status:           normal

local-state:      enabled

lacp-mode:        off

lacp-timeout:     slow

lacp-key:         13811

lacp-system-id:   110013777969294