Port Status and Basic Configuration
Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters
Menu Interface: Specifies the static trunk group, if any, to which a port belongs.
CLI: Appears in the
Note: An LACP trunk requires a full-duplex link. In most cases, ProCurve recommends that you leave
the port Mode setting at Auto (the default). Refer to "Trunk Group Operation Using LACP" on page 12-15.
For more on port trunking, see Chapter 12, "Port Trunking" .
This parameter appears in the CLI
trunk group. The default Type is passive LACP, which can be displayed by using the CLI show lacp command.
For more on port trunking, see "Port Trunking" on page Chapter 12, "Port Trunking" .
Specifies the percentage of the theoretical maximum network bandwidth that can be used for broadcast
and multicast traffic. Any broadcast or multicast traffic exceeding that limit will be dropped. Zero (0) means
the feature is disabled.
Menu: Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port
From the menu interface, you can configure and view all port parameter
settings and view all port status indicators.
Using the Menu To View Port Status. The menu interface displays the
status for ports and (if configured) a trunk group.
From the Main Menu, select:
command output to show the LACP trunk, if any, to which a port belongs.
Status and Counters. . .
listing and, for a port in a trunk group, specifies the type of