Show ipx interfaces

show ipx interfaces [type number]

This command lists the IPX interfaces, and for each interface it shows the status, address, encapsulation, and many other IPX-related parameters and configurations (see Example 6-2).

Example 6-2 show ipx interfaces Command

A_StubR#show ipx interface

Ethernet0 is up, line protocol is up

IPX address is 1100.0060.4740.ebd6, NOVELL-ETHER [up]

Delay of this IPX network, in ticks is 1 throughput 0 link delay 0

IPXWAN processing not enabled on this interface.

IPX SAP update interval is 60 seconds

IPX type 20 propagation packet forwarding is disabled

Incoming access list is not set

Outgoing access list is not set

IPX helper access list is not set

SAP GNS processing enabled, delay 0 ms, output filter list is not set

SAP Input filter list is not set

SAP Output filter list is not set

SAP Router filter list is not set

Input filter list is not set

Output filter list is not set

Router filter list is not set

Netbios Input host access list is not set

Netbios Input bytes access list is not set

Netbios Output host access list is not set

Netbios Output bytes access list is not set

Updates each 60 seconds aging multiples RIP: 3 SAP: 3

SAP interpacket delay is 55 ms, maximum size is 480 bytes

Example 6-2 show ipx interfaces Command (Continued)

RIP interpacket delay is 55 ms, maximum size is 432 bytes

RIP response delay is not set

IPX accounting is disabled

IPX fast switching is configured (enabled)

RIP packets received 371, RIP packets sent 372

SAP packets received 1488, SAP packets sent 5

Ethernetl is up, line protocol is up

IPX address is 1110.0060.4740.ebd7, NOVELL-ETHER [up]

Delay of this IPX network, in ticks is 1 throughput 0 link delay 0

The show ipx interfaces command is useful for finding out the settings for various timers such as SAP and RIP update/aging intervals. Also, this command informs you about all the filters that may be active for traffic, routing, and SAP management purposes. You will also discover some packet statistics such as the number of RIP and SAP packets sent and received in the output of this command.

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