Now to rest the port without ifreload?

Userlevel 1

When working some wrong setup. That caused both ADMIN and physical goes to DOWN status. Like

37: swp34: mtu 9000 qdisc pfifo_fast master bridge state DOWN mode DEFAULT group default qlen 1000
link/ether 64:00:6a7:37:c2 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff promiscuity 1
bridge_slave state blocking priority 8 cost 4 hairpin off guard off root_block off fastleave off learning on flood on port_id 0x8011 port_no 0x11 designated_port 32785 designated_cost 0 designated_bridge 8000.64:0:6a7:37:a1 designated_root 8000.64:0:6a7:37:a1 hold_timer 0.00 message_age_timer 0.00 forward_delay_timer 0.00 topology_change_ack 0 config_pending 0 proxy_arp off proxy_arp_wifi off mcast_router 1 mcast_fast_leave off mcast_flood on neigh_suppress off addrgenmode eui64
alias Fortigate 100E LAN
and by 'netshow interface all'

ADMDN swp34 (Fortigate 100E LAN) N/A 9000 Access/L2 Untagged VLAN: 1

I know it can be using 'ifreload -a' to reset it.

However, does any alternate way to do it?


3 replies

Userlevel 4
Just up the port? ifup swp1 brings it up and ifdown brings it down
Userlevel 1
Is it possible the link was set admin down using NCLU?
net add interface swp34 link down

To verify, you can check the current configuration and look for link-down yes under the interface:
cumulus@qct-ly6-52:~$ ifquery swp34
auto swp34
iface swp34
link-down yes

To restore the interface, you can use the following NCLU commands:
net del interface swp34 link down
net commit

If Sean's suggestion or the above don't work, please provide the output of ifquery -a from the switch.
Userlevel 3
There are also iproute2 commands:
ip link set swp1 down
ip link set swp1 up