int Status output

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Smyl, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. Smyl

    Smyl

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    Output from a show int status..... Can anybody tell me what the routed means? What is it different from a trunk port?

    Many thanks

    switchD#sh int status

    Port Name Status Vlan Duplex Speed Type
    Fa4/2 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/3 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/4 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/5 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/6 xxxxxxxxxxxx notconnect 1 full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/7 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/8 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/9 notconnect 1 half 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/10 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/11 notconnect 1 half 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/12 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/13 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected 484 full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/14 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/15 xxxxxxxxxxxx notconnect 1 full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/16 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/17 xxxxxxxxxxxx notconnect 1 full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/18 notconnect 1 half 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/19 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/20 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected trunk full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/21 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected routed full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/22 xxxxxxxxxxxx notconnect 444 full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/23 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected 472 full 100 100BaseFX MM
    Fa4/24 xxxxxxxxxxxx connected 412 full 100 100BaseFX MM
     
    Smyl, Feb 19, 2008
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  2. Smyl

    Greeley

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    routed is a layer 3 link trunk is a layer 2 link

    --G
     
    Greeley, Feb 19, 2008
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