Depending on the port type, some of the following properties
# Virtual Session Ports
Additional Port Info
Active FC4 Types
Area ID (hex)/Port Index (hex)
Associated GE Port
Attached Port #
Class of Service
Distance Actual (km)
Distance Estimated (km)
FC Port Count
Flag (FICON related)
GigE Port Count
Inband Management Status
Locked Port Type
Long Distance Setting
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The number of virtual session ports associated with the GE port.
Additional error information relating to the selected port.
The address of the port.
The active FC4 types.
The number of active tunnels.
The area identifier, in hexadecimal, of the switch-to-product connection.
The port number of the associated GE port.
The port number of the attached product.
The configuration of the switch (blocked or unblocked).
The number of buffers desired but not allocated.
The number of buffers allocated.
The class of the port.
The class of service.
The number of connected devices. Click the icon in the right side of the
field to open the Virtual FCoE Port <Number> Connected Devices dialog
The name of the connected switch.
Click to delete.
Whether the device is an initiator or target.
The actual distance (in km) for end-to-end port connectivity.
The estimated distance (in km) for end-to-end port connectivity.
The fabric's IP address.
The name of the fabric.
Whether the port is FCIP capable.
The number of FC ports on the device.
Whether a flag is on or off.
The number of GigE ports on the device.
The inband management status (online or offline).
The index of the Virtual FCoE Port.
The interface count.
Click to launch the Element Manager.
Whether the port is iSCSI capable or not.
The port type of the locked product.
Whether the connection is considered to be normal or longer distance.
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