Displaying IPspaces

You can display the list of IPspaces that exist in a cluster, and you can view the storage virtual machines (SVMs), broadcast domains, and ports that are assigned to each IPspace.

Step

  1. Display the IPspaces and SVMs in a cluster: network ipspace show [-ipspace ipspace_name]
    Example
    The following command displays all of the IPspaces, SVMs, and broadcast domains in the cluster:
    cluster-1::> network ipspace show
    IPspace        Vserver List             Broadcast Domains
    -------------  -----------------------  -------------------
    Cluster
                   Cluster                  Cluster
    Default
                   vs1, cluster-1            Default
    ipspace1  
                   vs3, vs4, ipspace1       bcast1

    The following command displays the nodes and ports that are part of IPspace ipspace1:

    cluster-1::> network ipspace show -ipspace ipspace1
         IPspace name: ipspace1
                Ports: cluster-1-01:e0c, cluster-1-01:e0d, cluster-1-01:e0e,
                       cluster-1-02:e0c, cluster-1-02:e0d, cluster-1-02:e0e
    Broadcast Domains: bcast1
             Vservers: vs3, vs4, ipspace1