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Posted on 2008-06-18
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I am in need of running a "show int" command on one of the modules in my 6505 cisco switch. When I run "show int" I get nothing like that when I run it on a standalone switch. How do I get that output on this switch?
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Try "show port".  The switch is probably running CatOS (not IOS like your fixed configuration switch).
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