Showing Virtual Link Extension Between Ports on the Same Switch
In certain network configurations, both vLE ports should be part of the same node. This case is supported by Netvisor ONE and is referred to as local vLE.
In the example below node-1 and node-2 refer to the same switch in the local vLE, in which port 30 is displayed as remote port in the vle-show output, even though both the vLE ports are on the same node.
Port 30 went down, therefore the vLE status is shown as remote-down (see command output below) so you can understand exactly which port caused the vLE to be down:
CLI (network-admin@switch) > vle-show layout vertical
You can use the port-show command to check if the node-1-port status is down or vle-wait. The vle-wait state indicates that the port was brought down due to the remote port being down.