B Commands


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.


Display output in ascending order.


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.


Display column headers or not.

limit-output number

Limit the display output to a specific number of entries.


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


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


Display integer values instead of mapped values


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.