Fabric Manager Reports > Port Details
Version 9.2.01
Port Details
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Click a Port # link.
Port #
The number of the port in the SAN Fabric. This is a string, not a numeric field.
Element Name
The name of the port
The status of the port
The type of port
The Worldwide name of the port
Switch Name
The switch associated with the port. Click the link to view the Switch Details.
SAN Fabric
The name of the SAN Fabric. Clink the link to view the SAN Fabric Details.
Connected Device
The device to which the port is connected
Connected Port WWN
The WWN of the connected port
The short description of the device
Device Identifier
Unique identifier for the connected device
The speed of the port
Auto Sense
Indicates if the port can automatically determine the speed of attached devices
Indicates if there is a license for this port
ISL Mode Enabled
Denotes inter-switch link capabilities
The capability for multiple connections defined as a single link, on inter-switch links
Indicates if it is a virtual switch (Cisco)
NPIV Enabled
Indicates if a single Fibre Channel port is enabled to appear as multiple, unique ports.
Domain Port #
This port’s number within the switch’s domain
Enabled or Disabled. If the port is not connected, the state is not applicable.
Max Gb/Sec
The maximum speed of the port.
Port Index
The port’s position in the slot or switch