OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)


Disable and re-enable LLDP

By default, LLDP is enabled for each interface and globally. You can disable LLDP on an interface or globally. If you disable LLDP globally, LLDP is disabled on all interfaces irrespective of whether LLDP is previously enabled or disabled on an interface. When you enable LLDP globally, the LLDP configuration at the interface level takes precedence over the global LLDP configuration.

  1. Disable the LLDPDU transmit or receive in INTERFACE mode.
    no lldp transmit
                                           no lldp receive
  2. Disable the LLDP holdtime multiplier value in CONFIGURATION mode.
    no lldp holdtime-multiplier
  3. Disable the LLDP initialization in CONFIGURATION mode.
    no lldp reinit
  4. Disable the LLDP MED in CONFIGURATION or INTERFACE mode.
    no lldp med
  5. Disable LLDP TLV in INTERFACE mode.
    no lldp tlv-select
  6. Disable LLDP globally in CONFIGURATION mode.
    no lldp enable

Disable LLDP

OS10(config)# no lldp timer 100
                                 OS10(config)# no lldp holdtime-multiplier 10
                                 OS10(config)# no lldp reinit 8

Disable LLDP interface

OS10(config)# interface ethernet 1/1/4
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/4)# no lldp med
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/4)# no lldp tlv-select
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/4)# no lldp transmit
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/4)# no lldp receive

Enable LLDP

OS10(config)# interface ethernet 1/1/1
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/1)# lldp transmit
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/1)# lldp receive

Disable LLDP globally

OS10(config)# no lldp enable

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