ACL use either hosts or networks, not ranges.
Networks are bounded by power of 2 values. Your range doesn't correspond to a single network.
The best you can do is split your range into 4 valid networks:
192.168.1.10/31 for IP 10 & 11
192.168.1.12/30 for IP 12 to 15
192.168.1.16/30 for IP 16 to 19
192.168.1.20/32 for IP 20
So you don't have to use 10 ...
The authoritative name server should be in the domain's NS record.
In Windows, this can be looked up
nslookup -type=ns somedomain.com
In Linux, something like
dig somedomain.com NS +noall +answer
I don't know how to show it in the CLI, it's not in the output of show interfaces verbose or show port-statistics afaik...
Another option could be to query it using SNMP. Avaya supports the IF-MIB, and the ifTable entries contain an ifLastChange value (.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1.9):
The value of sysUpTime at the time the interface entered its current
I'm not sure what i can do. If there are any other ways i can run that script
and receive the I/O without manually typing in the command, with or without
using ssh or rsa key pairs, im all ears.
Do not attempt to drive interactive pty sessions with bash shell... it's like trying to turn a screw with the pointy-end of a hammer claw.... no worky. Use ...
While you can manually configure a sticky address, it is not usually used that way (and in fact Cisco recommends against it):
You can configure MAC addresses to be sticky. These can be dynamically
learned or manually configured, stored in the address table, and added
to the running configuration. If these addresses are saved in the
When configuring a VLAN's it's recommended by Cisco to use underscores instead of spaces.
Hence the correct configuration would be: