Display broadcast domains

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You can display the list of broadcast domains within each IPspace in a cluster. The output also shows the list of ports and the MTU value for each broadcast domain.

Step

Display the broadcast domains and associated ports in the cluster:

network port broadcast-domain show

The following command displays all the broadcast domains and associated ports in the cluster:

network port broadcast-domain show
IPspace Broadcast                                Update
Name    Domain Name  MTU   Port List             Status Details
------- ----------- -----  --------------------- --------------
Cluster Cluster      9000
                           cluster-1-01:e0a       complete
                           cluster-1-01:e0b       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0a       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0b       complete
Default Default      1500
                           cluster-1-01:e0c       complete
                           cluster-1-01:e0d       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0c       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0d       complete
        bcast1       1500
                           cluster-1-01:e0e       complete
                           cluster-1-01:e0f       complete
                           cluster-1-01:e0g       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0e       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0f       complete
                           cluster-1-02:e0g       complete

The following command displays the ports in the bcast1 broadcast domain that have an update status of error, which indicate that the port could not be updated properly:

network port broadcast-domain show -broadcast-domain bcast1 -port-update-status error

IPspace Broadcast                                Update
Name    Domain Name  MTU   Port List             Status Details
------- ----------- -----  --------------------- --------------
Default bcast1       1500
                           cluster-1-02:e0g       error

For more information, see ONTAP 9 commands.