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CLI Reference

system ha mac

Use this command to display the virtual MAC addresses and link statuses of each network interface of appliances in the HA group.

To use this command, your administrator account’s access control profile must have either w or rw permission to the sysgrp area. For details, see Permissions.

Syntax

diagnose system ha mac

Example

This example indicates that the links are “up” (linkfail=0) for port1 and port3 on the currently active appliance in the HA pair. While operating in HA, the network interfaces are using a Layer 1 data link (MAC) address that begins with the hexadecimal string 00:09:0F:09:00:.

diagnose system ha mac

Below is a sample output.

HA mac msg

name=port1, phyindex=0, 00:09:0F:09:00:01, linkfail=0

name=port2, phyindex=1, 00:09:0F:09:00:02, linkfail=1

name=port3, phyindex=2, 00:09:0F:09:00:03, linkfail=0

name=port4, phyindex=3, 00:09:0F:09:00:04, linkfail=1

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system ha mac

Use this command to display the virtual MAC addresses and link statuses of each network interface of appliances in the HA group.

To use this command, your administrator account’s access control profile must have either w or rw permission to the sysgrp area. For details, see Permissions.

Syntax

diagnose system ha mac

Example

This example indicates that the links are “up” (linkfail=0) for port1 and port3 on the currently active appliance in the HA pair. While operating in HA, the network interfaces are using a Layer 1 data link (MAC) address that begins with the hexadecimal string 00:09:0F:09:00:.

diagnose system ha mac

Below is a sample output.

HA mac msg

name=port1, phyindex=0, 00:09:0F:09:00:01, linkfail=0

name=port2, phyindex=1, 00:09:0F:09:00:02, linkfail=1

name=port3, phyindex=2, 00:09:0F:09:00:03, linkfail=0

name=port4, phyindex=3, 00:09:0F:09:00:04, linkfail=1

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