Use the UI or CLI to view Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) information.
Monitor VLAN with the following commands. Use these commands to display configuration information, interfaces associated with VLANs, MAC addresses associated with a given VLAN, MAC addresses associated with you vRR (virtual route reflector) interface configuration, and VLAN events. See the command line reference for additional options, definitions, and examples.
netq show vlan netq show interfaces type macvlan netq show interfaces type vlan netq show macs netq show events message_type vlan
The netq check vlan command verifies consistency of the VLAN nodes and interfaces across all links in your network fabric:
netq check vlan
View VLAN in the UI
To view VLAN information, select the Menu, then VLAN.
From here you can view a list of switches or hostnames and their associated VLANs, interfaces, SVIs (switch virtual interfaces), and ports.
To view MAC addresses associated with a given VLAN, select the Menu, then MACs.