iLinkAggregator : User Interface and Commands







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Input ports are: n1 to n16

Output ports are : m1 to m8



we have a switch, SA

In switch SA,we are have configured SPAN(Switch Port Aanalyzer) to mirror the actual traffic for monitoring purpose 

SPAN is configured to mirror the traffic of Gi0/1 and Gi0/2

Mirrored Output is taken from Gi5/1

Traffic mirrored here has to be saved somewhere, to any server

we cannot dedicate complete server to save traffic of only one switch

Similar to Switch, SA. we will have another Switch,SB


Here, SA is connected to n1

SB is connected to n2

Servers are connected to m1, m2 , m3 & m4


Final Comment:

SA and SB ouput port with all the mirrored data is connected to n1 and n2

This, data from SA and SB will further saved to all the servers connected to m1, m2 , m3 & m4





iLink Agg Main Help Menu

Command          Description

————-    ———————————————————

![#]             – !number or up/down key for previous command

commit           – activate pending configuration changes

config           – delete, list, load, save, and show configure files

date             – show and set system date

help             – view CLI usage

history          – display command history list

image            – show and switch boot image

logout           – logout current CLI session

map              – configure link aggregation and regeneration

module           – show installed system modules

passwd           – change password for SSH user account

ping             – ping <ipaddr>

port             – configure ports

security         – manage rsa key for ssh

server           – configure network server parameters

snmp             – configure snmp agent and trap parameters

sysip            – show and set system IP address

system           – show and set system parameters or restart system

time             – show and set system time

upgrade          – upgrade alternate boot image file

user             – manage user accounts

websrv           – active/deactive webserver

quit or exit     – exit current CLI session




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