Display RSTP (802.1W) Info. on on Foundry (Brocade) RX and MLX BigIron L3 (routers & switches)

show 802-1w
Use this command to view information regarding RSTP (802.1W).
Sample Output
some-foundry-Now-Brocade#show 802-1w
--- VLAN 1 [ STP Instance owned by VLAN 1 ] ----------------------------
VLAN 1 BPDU cam_index is 2 and the IGC and DMA master Are (HEX) 0 1 2 3
Bridge IEEE 802.1W Parameters:
Bridge Bridge Bridge Bridge Force tx
Identifier MaxAge Hello FwdDly Version Hold
hex sec sec sec cnt
800000e080541700 20 2 15 Default 3
RootBridgeID RootPathCost Designated_BridgeID Root_Port MaxAge FwdDly Hello
hex hex sec sec sec
800000e0804c9c00 200000 800000e0804c9c00 1 20 15 2
Port IEEE 802.1W Parameters:
<--- Config Params -------------->|<------- Current state -------------->|
Port Pri PortPathCost P2P MAC Edge Port Role State Desig. Cost Desig.
bridge
1 128 200000 F F ROOT FORWARDING 0
800000e0804c9c00
2 128 200000 F F ALTERNATE DISCARDING 200000
800000e080548400
3 128 200000 F F DESIGNATED FORWARDING 200000
800000e080541700
4 128 200000 F F BACKUP DISCARDING 200000
800000e080541700

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By: rootgeek
2010-03-28 17:54:03

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