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HP ProCurve CLI CheatSheet

LOG
log Display log events (most recent last)
log -r Display log events (most recent first)
log A12 Display log events of port a12
log A12 -r Display log events of port a12 (most recent first)
log 192.168.0.1 Display log events of 192.168.0.1
MAC
show mac A5 Show MAC-address of the device on port A5
show mac A4-A6 Show MAC-adresss of the devices on ports between A4 and A6
show mac 00112233-445566 Show which port device with MAC-address 00112233-445566 is connected
VLAN
show vlan Show information about vlans on this swtich
show vlan ports A19 Show VLAN ID and status of specific ports (A19)
show vlan Show ports on this vlan and port status
configure
vlan 19 Set switch to vlan 19
name SupportVLAN Name this vlan as “SupportVLAN”
tag A12 Set port a12 as tagged on vlan 19 (First do vlan <19>)
tag A12,A13 Set ports a12 and 13 tagged on vlan 19 (First do vlan <19>)
untag A12 Set port a12 as untagged on vlan 19
vlan 19 tagged A12 Set port a12 as tagged on vlan 19
vlan 19 untagged A12 Set port a12 as untagged on vlan 19
vlan 19 untagged A12-A20 Set port a12-a20 as untagged on vlan 19
no vlan 30 Remove vlan setting on port 30
FLASH
show flash Displays info about flash (version etc.)
copy running-config tftp filename.txt Copy your running config to file filename.txt at tftp server which IP is .
copy tftp startup 192.168.0.2 hp_2524 Copy your config (filename hp2524) from server 192.168.0.2 via tftp to switch
copy tftp flash file.swi Download and update your flash with file.swi from tftp server at
MISC
copy flash flash secondary Copy software from primary to secondary image is not intuitive
copy flash flash primary Updated secondary image first then You could copy from secondary to primary
hostname poro_1 Set switch hostname as poro_1
link-test 00112233-445566 Test connectivity between switches (this switch and 00112233-445566)
show run Show running config
password operator Set operator password (Normal user / read-only )
password manager Set manager password (Admin user / read-write)
password all Set operator and manager password
enable Switch to manager lever from operator level
ping 192.168.0.1 Ping IP 192.168.0.1
chassislocate Turn on/off switch locator led or blink it (30 minutes)
chassislocate blink 10 Blink switch locator led 10 minutes
ntp1 first.timeserver.net Add first.timeserver.net to NTP server list
timesync ntp Enable NTP syncronization with servers

PROMPT
Switch# Manager prompt
Switch>_ Operator prompt

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16 comments to HP ProCurve CLI CheatSheet

  • [...] cheat sheet about HP ProCurve switch CLI but I didn’t find any so I decided to make my own: HP ProCurve CLI CheatSheet I know that it’s not perfect so any kind of feedback is more than welcome. VN:F [...]

  • Dennis

    Thanks! This is good stuff :-)

  • Hello from Russia!
    Can I quote a post in your blog with the link to you?

  • Goassyhon

    Other variant is possible also

  • Feel free to tell me what variants you mean? Maybe I could add them to this cheatsheet.

  • Thanks! Just what i needed.

  • UnderV

    Nice CheatSheet :)

    I suggest to add command how to copy software from primary to secondary image.
    Software update could take a while (xmodem/tftp), so it is good to remember how to copy images from one place to other.

    Copy software from primary to secondary image is not intuitive:
    copy flash flash secondary

    If You updated secondary image first then You could copy from secondary to primary:
    copy flash flash primary

  • PRASHANT

    i would request you to provide some basic cmmds like system healt and all related???

    Regards

  • Christian

    hello.
    someone can tell me what is the equivalent command terminal monitor in cisco to Hp procurve (provision os)?

    • Pedro

      According to the “hp procurve command line interface reference” (ftp://ftp-boi.external.hp.com/pub/networking/software/59903044.pdf) :

      terminal monitor
      Enables real-time display of Syslog messages for a Telnet or SSH session.

      NOTE: You first must enable real-time display by entering the logging console command at the global CONFIG
      level of the CLI. You can enter this command from the serial console or from a Telnet or SSH session. See
      “logging” on page 6-60.

      So maybe you still need to enter “logging console”

  • loay abdelrazek

    i would like to know how to apply a route policy on a 8212 zl HP switch, we are using V1 modules so we cant do policy based routing policy, thats why are using route policy , but dont know how to apply it on an interface or a vlan, your help is much appreciated

  • Camilla

    You really make it seem so easy with your presentation
    but I find this matter to be really something which I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complicated and very broad for me.
    I am looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

  • Simon

    Petri,

    Thanks for the help, but I have a couple of important corrections…

    1. the second “show vlan” command (“Show ports on this vlan and port status”) should say
    #show vlan VLAN-ID (e.g. show vlan 19)

    2. IMPORTANT! The “no vlan 30″ command doesn’t remove the VLAN setting on port 30… IT REMOVES THE VLAN WITH NO WARNING! The correct commands are:
    #no vlan 30 (Remove VLAN 30)
    #no vlan 30 [un]tagged A12 (Remove A12 from VLAN 30)

    Regards and thanks.

  • Johng951

    I think this is a real great blog post.Much thanks again. eadgdeedaebk

  • Nice sheet and layout

    Please add the shortcut commands to disable and re-enable a port? or admin down an interface…

    I’m NOT sure but believe they are “shutdown” the specific port and “undo shutdown”…maybe ADD and “interface” group of common commands?

    Best,

    Z

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