Commit 7d3b7f2d authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler
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notes on how to figure out which node port goes to which cisco and what

to do when you find out
parent 1f1c5361
Some notes on how to diagnose problems on the Cisco.
1. Looking at switch stats/status for a node interface.
Mac may have a wrapper for this, but here is the guts of what you have
to do. To look at the switch port for a particular enet card, first
figure out what switch port it is connected to!
mysql tbdb
select * from wires where node_id1='tbpcXX';
What you care about are node_id2/card2/port2. Node_id2 tells you which
cisco: "cisco" is the testbed cisco (``tip test'') and "cisco2" is the
control net cisco (``tip control''). card2/port2 give you the info you
need for the cisco-style card/port name (e.g., 3/39).
Armed with this info, tip to the correct cisco, login and enable.
Then you can do:
show port status card/port
show port card/port
for everything. If, say, the port is disabled, you can do:
set port enable card/port
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