B Commands

bezel-portmap-show

This port is used to display physical to logical port mapping on the Dell platform. All port are 40G ports that can be split into 4 logical 10G ports.

Syntax   bexel-portmap-show port port bezel-intf number

port port

Specify a logical port.

bezel-intf number

Specify an interface number.

Defaults   None

format fields-to-display

Display output using a specific parameter. Use all to display all possible output.

parsable-delim character

Display output formatted for machine parsing using a specified delimiter.

sort-asc

Display output in ascending order.

sort-desc

Display output in descending order.

show dups

Display duplicate entries in the output.

layout vertical|horizontal

Format the output in a vertical or horizontal layout.

show-interval seconds-interval

Repeat the show command at a specified interval.

show-headers|
no-show-headers

Display column headers or not.

limit-output number

Limit the display output to a specific number of entries.

count-output

Display the number of entries in the output. This is useful with vRouter show commands.

unscaled

Display full values in the output instead of scaled approximate values.

raw-int-values

Display integer values instead of mapped values

sum-by

Aggregate output by specific parameters. If sum-by fields are specified, records that have the same value in sum-by fields are combined and displayed as one aggregate record. NOTE: This option is only available for show commands that collect statistics such as connection-stats-show.

Access   network-admin

Usage   Use this command to display the physical to logical port mapping on a Dell platform.

Examples  To display port mapping on the Dell platform, use the following syntax:

CLI network-admin@switch > bezel-portmap-show

switch  port bezel-intf

------- ---- ----------

s6000-2 1    1          

s6000-2 2    1.2        

s6000-2 3    1.3        

s6000-2 4    1.4        

s6000-2 5    2          

s6000-2 6    3          

s6000-2 7    3.2        

s6000-2 8    3.3        

s6000-2 9    3.4        

s6000-2 10   4          

s6000-2 11   5          

s6000-2 12   5.2        

s6000-2 13   5.3        

s6000-2 14   5.4        

s6000-2 15   6          

s6000-2 16   7          

s6000-2 17   7.2        

s6000-2 18   7.3        

s6000-2 19   7.4

 

From the output above, you can determine that port 1 has no cables connected to it. However port 2, has a 40G cable connected to another switch on the network. This is indicated by a single port number instead of 4 port numbers.