CISCO-INTF - Cisco Interface Manager
cisco-intf [options] host [...]
Retrieve interface information or admin up/down interfaces on Cisco devices.
host The Cisco device to manage.
-c <snmp_rw> SNMP read/write community. --community DEFAULT: (or not specified) 'private'. -d Admin down interface. --down DEFAULT: (or not specified) [show info]. -i IF Interfaces to operate on. --interfaces IF can be number meaning ifIndex. Range can be provided. Range uses , and - for individual and all inclusive. Example: 2-4,11 IF can be interface name(s). If multiple, use quotes to surround the list and spaces to separate. Example: "gig0/0/1 serial1/0 f0/1" DEFAULT: (or not specified) [all]. -m [m1 [m2]...] Metrics to return. Use double quotes to delimit --metrics multiple. Valid metrics are: Multicasts Broadcasts Octets DEFAULT: (or not specified) [show info]. -r Repeat utilization polling (if -U) indefinitely. --repeat Use Ctrl-C to stop. DEFAULT: (or not specified) [Poll once]. -u Admin up interface. --up DEFAULT: (or not specified) [show info]. -U [#] Return interface utilization instead of raw --Utilization metrics. Optional number denotes polling interval. DEFAULT: (or not specified) 10.
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