- Category: Virtualization Blog
- Published: August 9, 2012
- Written by Grant
My newest XCP tool is to list networks in a quick concise manner. By default lsnetworks shows the network name, the bridge it's associated with, the VLAN tag (if there is one), the VMs that have a network interface on it and the number of that interface.
It can be found in the xenapi-admin-tools github.
Because XCP/Xenserver relies so much on UUID numbers I've provided a -u option which lists every object by UUID number if it has one. This won't be quite as useful as an interactive tool but if you're copy and pasting UUID's into xe commands this will give you a quick summary of them in relation to networks.