Maps between switch chip ports and QSFP connectors.
dcsport [-guid guid|-type DCS-gw -ibdev ibdev] -port port|-connector connector|-printconnectors|-printinternal
guid is the global unique identifier.
ibdev is the InfiniBand device name (Switch, Bridge-0-0, Bridge-0-1, Bridge-1-0, Bridge-1-1)
port is the number of the port (1–36).
connector is the name of the connector (0A – 15A, 0A-ETH, 1A-ETH, 0B – 15B).
Note - The subordinate names of the 10GbE connectors, 0A-ETH-1 to 0A-ETH-4 and 1A-ETH-1 to 1A-ETH-4 are also valid connector names.
This hardware command displays the mapping between I4 switch chip ports, BridgeX chip ports, and QSFP connectors. You can specify either a port or a connector.
The dcsport command is available from the /SYS/Switch_Diag, /SYS/Gateway_Mgmt, and /SYS/Fabric_Mgmt Linux shell targets of the Oracle ILOM CLI interface.
The following table describes the options to the dcsport command and their purposes:
Note - If no guid or ibdev are specified, the command defaults to the local I4 switch chip or BridgeX chips, inferred by the port number or connector name.
The following example shows how to display the mapping for connector 0A-ETH with the dcsport command.
# dcsport -connector 0A-ETH Connector 0A-ETH maps to: 0A-ETH-1 Bridge-0-1 port 0A-ETH-1 0A-ETH-2 Bridge-0-1 port 0A-ETH-2 0A-ETH-3 Bridge-0-0 port 0A-ETH-3 0A-ETH-4 Bridge-0-0 port 0A-ETH-4 #