Port/Performance Information page

Contributors

Use the Port/Performance Information page to view a list of the physical and logical attributes of the port. This information might help in answering performance-related questions.

Port attributes

  • WWN

    The WWN (World Wide Name) of the port.

  • Node

    The name of the node on which the physical port resides. You can click the name to display node details in the Node/Performance Explorer page.

  • Cluster

    The name of the cluster to which the port belongs. You can click the name to display cluster details the Cluster/Performance Explorer page.

  • Operational Speed

    The actual speed at which the port is configured to run.

    FCP ports are auto-sensing and display as “Auto”.

  • Role

    The network port function: either Data or Cluster.

    FCP ports cannot have a role, and this field is not displayed.

  • Type

    The port type: either Network or FCP (Fibre Channel Protocol).

  • State

    The link status of the port.

    • For network ports, an active port is listed as “Up” and an inactive port is listed as “Down”.

    • For FCP ports, an active port is listed as “Online” and an inactive port is listed as “Link not connected”.