On 1500D’s and other large devices the command is a little different. See the bottom.
on 1500D’s it seems the command changes a little bit to : “diag hardware nic port40“— this was the results from a 1500D that is running 10 gig. The output is at the bottom.
I started doing some research and found that there was a command that would drop you down to a very limited Linux shell. There are a few commands that are support such as “ifconfig”. This blew me away. I have been wondering if there was a command like this for a long time.
Log in through CLI, and run ” fnsysctl <command>” for example “fnsysctl ls”.
So to get the interface stats, I would just run: “fnsysctl ifconfig port16” or whatever port you want to look at.
And there we go. I have search for some other ways to get this, and have not found anything. If someone finds something better please pass it along.