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Details

STATE_ETHSTATUS_FBSTATE provides the realtime state of all LAN ports in JSON format.

This covers logical (LAN:1) to physical (eth0) interface name mapping, link status, current speed and speed capabilities,
as well as duplex and autonegotiation info of each port. A human readable version of this info is part of the output of showfbstate.

Like every FBSTATE event this is maintained by libavmfbstate.so, which is very helpful to find out the sender of this state.
Listeners use the function fbstate_listen_ethstatus, these are showfbstate, libcmapi.so (ctlmgr), libmeshd.so,
pumaglued, and in fw 7.39 also multid and libethgstats.so (avmcounterd).
Senders use the function fbstate_notify_ethstatus, and this is only used by multid.

JSON-Data

Sample output of a 7520 fw 7.29 calling aicmd avmipcd datastore query STATE_ETHSTATUS_FBSTATE full.
If the sample contains a size info then it's a snippet of aicmd avmipcd datastore show full from Supportdata2.

STATE_ETHSTATUS_FBSTATE               : size 1085, set by local , local:meshd local:ctlmgr
   DATA: <<!EOF!
ethstatus {
ports {
number = 0;
ifname = "eth0";
label = "LAN:1";
link = no;
speed = 0;
half_duplex = yes;
autoneg_enabled = yes;
autoneg_capable = yes;
speed_capability {
speed = 10;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 100;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 1000;
half_duplex = no;
}
} {
number = 1;
ifname = "eth1";
label = "LAN:2";
link = yes;
speed = 1000;
half_duplex = yes;
autoneg_enabled = yes;
autoneg_capable = yes;
speed_capability {
speed = 10;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 100;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 1000;
half_duplex = no;
}
} {
number = 2;
ifname = "eth2";
label = "LAN:3";
link = no;
speed = 0;
half_duplex = yes;
autoneg_enabled = yes;
autoneg_capable = yes;
speed_capability {
speed = 10;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 100;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 1000;
half_duplex = no;
}
} {
number = 3;
ifname = "eth3";
label = "LAN:4";
link = no;
speed = 0;
half_duplex = yes;
autoneg_enabled = yes;
autoneg_capable = yes;
speed_capability {
speed = 10;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 100;
half_duplex = yes;
} {
speed = 1000;
half_duplex = no;
}
}
}










// EOF
!EOF!

Dependencies

Daily updated index of all dependencies of this state. Last update: 2022-10-03 05:25 GMT.
A ** in the Mod column marks info from Supportdata2 probes, which will always stay incomplete.
A - in the Mod column marks manual research, the Firmware then shows where the Object occurs, not the Relation.

Relation Typ Object Mod Firmware Info Origin
Listener sock me_avmcounterd.ctl 2** 7.39 avmipc_command endpoint of avmcounterd AVM
Listener sock me_ctlmgr.ctl 15** 7.29 - 7.39 avmipc_command endpoint of ctlmgr AVM
Listener sock me_meshd.ctl 15** 7.29 - 7.39 avmipc_command endpoint of meshd AVM
Listener sock me_multid.ctl 1** 7.29 avmipc_command endpoint of multid AVM
Listener sock me_pumaglued.ctl 1** 7.29 avmipc_command endpoint of pumaglued AVM
Sender cmd multid (avmcmd) - 1.133 - 7.39 LAN management daemon. AVM
6 dependencies for this state

Model-Matrix

Daily updated index of the presence, path and size of this state for each model. Last update: 2022-10-03 05:25 GMT.
Showing all models using this state. Click any column header (click-wait-click) to sort the list by the respective data.
The (main/scrpn/boot/arm/prx/atom) label in the Model column shows which CPU is meant for models with multiple Linux instances.
Note that this list comes from Supportdata2 probes, which can have arbitrary settings and come from different firmware versions.
It doesn't say much if a model is not listed here. It may be a missing supportdata2 file or just a disabled feature.

Help Supportdata2

The data in this article is incomplete since it was manually collected using the Supportdata2 project.

Unlike the Supportdata-Probes which have been collected for years Supportdata2 is brand new and only has a few probes.
If you have access to a shell then please help to extend the Supportdata2 collection to improve this data.

It's easy and it's done in minutes. Please send created data as an Email attachment to the address listed here. Thanks!

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