To display detailed interface transceiver diagnostic information, issue the following command:
(host) #show interface gigabitethernet 0/1/1 transceiver detail
To display detailed stacking interface transceiver diagnostic information, issue the following command:
(host) #show stacking interface stack 0/1 transceiver detail
To display basic transceiver information, issue the following command:
(host) #show interface transceiver brief
#or... for a summary
#show tech transceivers
packet-capture controlpath udp all
packet-capture copy-to-flash controlpath-pcap
copy flash: <filename> tftp: <host> <destfilename>
To turn off
To send to remote client with Wireshark. Make sure windows firewall is turned off.
Once the destination is set, the pcap will be streamed to the destination IP. Its assumed the client IP has permissions to receive traffic from the VLAN.
#get client mac
#check if pcap is running
#reset packet capture buffer
packet-capture reset-pcap datapath-pcap
#set target client
packet-capture datapath mac <clientmac addr> all
#set destination for pcap stream
packet-capture destination ip-address <client ip address>
Get the BSSID first, part of pcap start command.
show ap monitor status
Start Pcap. @IPofcomputer is the ip address of the client that’s receiving the pcap stream.
pcap start BSSID @IPofcomputer UDPPort format size
Get pcap status
show pcap status
pcap stop <bssid> <id>
Create “mirror” and interface to be used as the “SPAN” port or port used for packet capture. In this case port 8 will be used to receive packet captures
mirror 1 port 8
Mark ports to be monitored by SPAN port. Traffic from these ports will copied to the SPAN port for capture. In this example, interface or Ethernet port 1 will duplicate its traffic to the “mirror” or span port 1.
monitor all both mirror 1
Connect a laptop to interface 8 on the switch and use wire shark or your PCAP client of choice to analyze traffic.