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The rear panel diagram displays four gateway receptacles, labeled 0A, 1A, 0B, and 1B. When a connector is physically present in a gateway receptacle, the receptacle changes from a black rectangle to a gray rectangle with four indicators. Each indicator represents one of the four possible ports available at the connection.
This table describes the four indicators of the gateway connection rectangle.
Clicking on the connection opens the gateway connector status window for that connector. This figure provides an example of a gateway connector status window.
At the top of the window is the connector name. There are two parts of the window, the cable FRU ID information on the left and a smaller status pane for the ports on the right.
The cable FRU ID information includes:
Date of manufacture
The smaller status pane has tabs for each of the four ports. Clicking on a tab displays that port’s information. How the connector has been configured, for Ethernet or Fibre Channel, determines what information is displayed for each port. Typically, the information includes:
Physical status and logical state
Gateway slice (connector) and protocol (speed)
I4 switch chip routing port and gateway routing slice
Additionally, a table provides information about configured vNICs:
ID and MAC address
GUID, device name, and LID
Clicking Close dismisses the gateway connector status window.