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The logging interface configuration command (not to be confused with the logging global configuration command) allows you to enable or disable syslog messages for link state changes (when the link changes from up to down) on the specific interface Syntax The syntax for this command to enable link state syslog messages is logging event link-status To disable the messages, use the no form of the command By default, link state syslog messages are enabled
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On serial interfaces, you may have two additional options related to VCs: dlci-status-change and subif-status-change These options are used to send syslog messages whenever the state of a DLCI or subinterface changes
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The loopback Command
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This command sets a loopback on the interface in question, causing every packet sent to be received back by the interface The specifics of how this task is accomplished differ depending on the interface type, but the command is available for nearly all interfaces The primary use of this command is to test basic interface functionality (in other words, to make sure the interface itself is functional at the physical layer) Note that on some interfaces (Ethernet, for example), enabling loopback makes the interface unusable for data traffic Note Interface loopbacks are not software interfaces This command physically places the port into a hardware loopback state Syntax The syntax for this command is loopback
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This command allows you to configure a custom MAC address on an interface Typically, this feature is not required It should be needed only if you have a MAC address conflict with another device (which is rare) Syntax The syntax for this command is mac-address
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This command sets the MTU on an interface Typically, this feature is not required because the MTU values preset at the factory (shown in Table 16-1) are adequate in most cases However, if you require a custom MTU setting, you can use this command to configure it Note that unlike the ip mtu command, this command sets the MTU for all protocols on the interface Table 16-1: The Default MTU Settings for Various Interface Types Interface Type MTU Ethernet Token Ring FDDI, ATM, and HSSI Serial Syntax 1500 4464 4470 1500
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The syntax for this command is mtu [size in bytes] The minimum value the IOS accepts is 64 bytes (ATM interfaces excluded), and the maximum size is 18,000 bytes
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The shutdown Command
The shutdown command takes an interface offline This feature is useful when the interface is actually able to function, but, for some reason, you do not want the interface to transmit or receive data Note that when an interface has been shut down, it displays "administratively down" in the show interfaces output, instead of "down," which displays when the interface is malfunctioning Note By default, all router interfaces are in a shutdown state To bring the interfaces online, issue the no form of this command Syntax The syntax for this command is shutdown
Summary
This chapter examined the most common configuration mode commands for devices based on the standard IOS Remember that although these commands apply to most devices, some exceptions do exist, depending on the specific model and revision of IOS However, these commands should serve you well in most situations and will help tremendously as you work through the configuration examples in later chapters
17: Set-Based IOS Commands
Overview
This chapter again discusses some of the most common "generic" commands, but this time, in the set-based IOS, also known as CatOS The set-based IOS is a bit different than the standard IOS First, it is used only in high-end switches, so all of the commands are specific to switches Second, switches (in most cases) tend to save configuration commands directly to nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM) (making all changes to the startup config) Finally, there are only two modes of operation (user and privileged), and there are only three primary commands (set, clear, and show) with a large number of subcommands For this reason, this chapter is organized alphabetically by command, although I have defined the valid modes for each command Again, this chapter does not cover all commands, just those that are extremely useful and not explained in later chapters Finally, if you have not had any experience with a CatOS-based switch, you may find it easier to begin with the set and show commands before reading the clear commands Note All configuration examples in this chapter were performed on a Catalyst 5500 switch The commands may differ slightly on other switch lines (such as the 6500 series)
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