network port broadcast-domain show

Display layer 2 broadcast domain information

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

Display broadcast domain information.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-ipspace <IPspace>] - IPspace Name
Selects the broadcast domains that match the IPspace name.
[-broadcast-domain <Broadcast Domain>] - Layer 2 Broadcast Domain
Selects the broadcast domains that match the broadcast domain name.
[-mtu <integer>] - Configured MTU
Selects the broadcast domains that match the MTU value. This field is the MTU that was configured by the user, which might be different from the operational MTU.
[-ports <<node>:<port>>, ...] - Ports
Selects the broadcast domains that contain the network ports. For example, node1:e0a will display broadcast domains that contain node1:e0a network port.
[-port-update-status {complete|in-progress|error|overridden-while-offline}, ...] - Port Update Status
Selects the broadcast domains that contain the network port status. For example, specifying "error" will display broadcast domains that contain "Error" network port status.
[-port-update-status-details <text>, ...] - Status Detail Description
Selects the broadcast domains that contain the network port status detail text.
[-port-update-status-combined {complete|in-progress|error|overridden-while-offline}] - Combined Port Update Status
Selects the broadcast domains that contain the combined network port status. For example, specifying "error" will display broadcast domains that contain a combined network port status of "Error".
[-failover-groups <failover-group>, ...] - Failover Groups
Selects the broadcast domains that contain the failover groups.
[-subnet-names <subnet name>, ...] - Subnet Names
Selects the broadcast domains that contain the subnet name or names.
[-is-vip {true|false}] - Is VIP Broadcast Domain
Selects the broadcast domains that match a specific "is-vip" flag. Specifying "true" matches only broadcast domains associated with the Virtual IP feature; "false" matches only broadcast domains that do not.

Examples

The following example displays general information about broadcast domains.

 cluster1::> network port broadcast-domain show
 IPspace Broadcast                                         Update
 Name    Domain Name    MTU  Port List                     Status Details
 ------- ----------- ------  ----------------------------- --------------
 Cluster Cluster       9000
                             node1:e0a                     complete
                             node1:e0b                     complete
 Default Default       1500
                             node1:e0c                     complete
                             node1:e0d                     complete
 2 entries were displayed.