Tuesday, November 1, 2016

How to check the Module/Interface Card Status and Backplane Switch Statistics in Cisco Router

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How to check the Module/Interface Card Status and Backplane Switch Statistics in Cisco Router

If you are looking which module and which cards are installed in the Cisco router, you need to check the below command on your router. It will populate all the details of the router with the interfaces and the modules installed in the router.

Fig 1.1- Cisco ISR 4451-X router

RouteXP_Router# show platform
Chassis type: ISR4451/K9

Slot      Type                State                 Insert time (ago)
--------- ------------------- --------------------- -----------------
0         ISR4451/K9          ok                    15:57:33
 0/0      ISR4451-4X1GE       ok                    15:55:24
 0/3      NIM-SSD             ok                    15:55:24
1         ISR4451/K9          ok                    15:57:33
 1/0      SM-1T3/E3           ok                    15:55:24
2         ISR4451/K9          ok                    15:57:33
 2/0      SM-1T3/E3           ok                    15:55:24
R0        ISR4451/K9          ok, active            15:57:33
F0        ISR4451-FP          ok, active            15:57:33
P0        Unknown             ps, fail              never
P1        XXX-XXXX-XX         ok                    15:56:58
P2        ACS-4450-ASSY       ok                    15:56:58

Slot      CPLD Version        Firmware Version
--------- ------------------- ---------------------------------------
0         12090323            15.3(01r)S            [ciscouser-ISRRO...
1         12090323            15.3(01r)S            [ciscouser-ISRRO...
2         12090323            15.3(01r)S            [ciscouser-ISRRO...
R0        12090323            15.3(01r)S            [ciscouser-ISRRO...
F0        12090323            15.3(01r)S            [ciscouser-ISRRO...

Fig 1.2- Cisco ISR 4451-X Modules

Viewing Backplane Switch Statistics
Statistics reports for each slot show incoming and outgoing packets or bytes. You can use the information to check traffic flow on the various ports of the backplane switch. The following example shows a sample output command:

RouteXP_Router# show platform hardware backplaneswitch-manager rp active summary
slot     bay       port         InBytes          InPkts         OutBytes         OutPkts 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   0       0         CP            6242         9361008             6241          403209 
   1       0        GE1               0               0                0               0 
   1       0        GE0            6306          407477             6241         9360934 
   2       0        GE1               0               0                0               0 
   2       0        GE0               0               0                0               0 
   0       1        GE1               0               0                0               0 
   0       1        GE0               0               0                0               0 
   0       2        GE1               0               0                0               0 
   0       2        GE0               0               0                0               0 
   0       3        GE1               0               0                0               0 
   0       3        GE0               0               0                0               0 
   0       4        GE1               0               0                0               0 
   0       4        GE0               0               0                0               0 
   0       0        FFP               0               0                0               0 

   0       0        FFP               0               0                0               0 


Deactivating a Module Configuration:
You can deactivate a module to perform OIR of that module. The following example shows how to deactivate a module (and its interfaces) and remove power to the module. In this example, the module is installed in subslot 0 of the router.
RouteXP_Router(config)# hw-module slot 1 subslot 1/0 shutdown unpowered

Activating a Module Configuration:
You can activate a module if you have previously deactivated it. If you have not deactivated a module and its interfaces during OIR, then the module is automatically reactivated upon reactivation of the router.

The following example shows how to activate a module. In this example, the module is installed in subslot 0, located in slot 1 of the router:

Router(config)# hw-module slot 1 subslot 1/0 start

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