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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎10-10-2013

islshow command

islshow :(Sample1)

1: 0->141 10:00:08:00:88:45:1a:00 106 BRCD_LAB10 sp: 4.000G bw: 4.000G 
2: 1->229 10:00:08:00:88:45:1a:00 106 BRCD_LAB10 sp: 4.000G bw: 4.000G 
3: 16->234 10:00:08:00:88:45:1a:00 106 BRCD_LAB10 sp: 4.000G bw: 4.000G 

 

What is the meaning of 1: 0->141 ?????

 

The info in the command guide 

 

Displays inter-switch link (ISL) information.
 
islshow
 
Description
Use this command to display the current connections and status of the inter-switch link (ISL) for
each port on a switch. The command output includes the following information:
 
Node World Wide Name (WWN)
Domain ID
Switch name
ISL connection speed, if applicable
Bandwidth
Trunking enabled, if applicable
QoS enabled, if applicable
 
Connection speed is not applicable to LE_Ports or VE_Ports,. For these port types, speed displays
as "sp:-------"

 

Regular Contributor
Posts: 161
Registered: ‎12-30-2009

Re: islshow command

1,2,3 are the # of lines
0->141

Port 0 local switch >port141 remote switch

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