Troubleshooting issues in transparent mode are almost identical to troubleshooting Layer 3, with a few exceptions which are the focus here. First, this section lists some of the useful commands in Layer 2 that you should be aware of, and then we will work our way through a step-by-step troubleshooting plan.
The next few commands are unique to transparent mode. We will cover the rest of the steps in Transparent Mode Troubleshooting Steps.
show bridge domain
command lists all of the active bridge domains on the device, along with the associated
VLANs and interfaces for those domains. If you are experiencing an issue
where traffic isn’t flowing, you should check this out first to make
sure you have the correct interface, VLAN, and bridge domain
show bridge domainRouting instance Bridge domain VLAN ID Interfaces default-switch L2-VLAN-10 10 ge-0/0/1.0 ge-0/0/3.10 default-switch L2-VLAN-20 20 ge-0/0/2.0 ge-0/0/4.20 default-switch L2-VLAN-30 30 ge-0/0/3.30 default-switch L2-VLAN-40 40 ge-0/0/3.40 default-switch L2-VLAN-50 50 ge-0/0/4.50 default-switch L2-VLAN-60 60 ge-0/0/4.60
show bridge mac-table
command is important for looking at the bridge MAC learning table. If you do not see the MAC addresses for the hosts in the correct bridge domain on the correct interface of this output, either the SRX is not seeing the MAC addresses at all (check ...