Cabletron Systems 9G429-02 User Manual
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9G421-02/9G429-02Module Specific Information

Port Statistics Screen

The Port Statistics Screen (Figure 2), displays information and statistics about the module’s Ethernet ports.

SmartSwitch 9000

Local Management

 

 

Port Statistics

 

Module Name: 9G421-02

 

Firmware Revision: 01.00.00

Slot Number: 8

 

BOOTPROM Revision: 01.01.01

 

PORT #: 1

 

OCTETS:

471908210

LINK STATUS:

Link

PACKETS:

1047459244

 

 

TOTAL ERRORS:

0

PORT TYPE:

MMF SC

COLLISIONS:

0

 

 

CRC/ALIGNMENT ERRORS:

0

PORT STATUS:

ENABLED

UNDERSIZE PACKETS:

0

 

 

OVERSIZE PACKETS:

0

APPLICATION:

BRIDGING

FRAGMENTS:

0

 

 

JABBERS:

0

OPERATION MODE:

FULL DUPLEX

BROADCASTS:

0

 

 

MULTICASTS:

14929292

 

 

PORT #:[ 1]

 

EXIT

RETURN

Figure 2. Port Statistics Screen

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Port Statistics Screen Fields

The following information briefly explains each Port Statistics Screen field.

PORT #

Indicates the current port for which statistics are displayed.

OCTETS

Displays the number of octets transmitted and received on the port.

PACKETS

Displays the number of packets transmitted and received on the port.

TOTAL ERRORS

Displays the total number of errors on the port.

COLLISIONS

Displays the total number of collisions detected on this port.

CRC/ALIGNMENT ERRORS

Displays the number of packets with bad Cyclic Redundancy Checks (CRC) that have been received from the network. The CRC is a 4-bytefield in the data packet that ensures that the data received is the same as the data that was originally sent. Alignment errors are due to misaligned packets.

UNDERSIZE PACKETS

Displays the number of packets received whose size was less than the minimum Ethernet frame size of 64 bytes, not including preamble.

OVERSIZE PACKETS

Displays the number of packets received whose size exceeded 1518 data bytes, not including preamble.

FRAGMENTS

Displays the total number of packets received that were not an integral number of octets in length or that had a bad Frame Check Sequence (FCS), and were less than 64 octets in length (excluding framing bits but including FCS octets).

JABBERS

Displays the total number of packets received that were longer than 1518 octets (excluding framing bits, but including Frame Check Sequence (FCS) octets), and were not an integral number of octets in length or had a bad Frame Check Sequence.

BROADCASTS

Displays the number of broadcasts received.

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MULTICASTS

Displays the number of multicasts received.

LINK STATUS

Indicates whether there is a physical connection from this port to another device. One of the following values appears:

Link - There is a link signal present; there is a valid physical connection from this port to another device.

No Link - There is no link signal present; there is no valid physical connection from this port to another device.

PORT TYPE

Displays the value GPIM-F01,which is an Ethernet Gigabit Fiber Channel 1 Gig, MMF, SC.

PORT STATUS

Indicates the administrative status of the selected port. Possible values are:

ENABLED - The port is turned on administratively.

DISABLED - The port is turned off administratively.

NOTE

Enable or disable ports from the Bridge Configuration Screen.

APPLICATION

Displays BRIDGING, indicating that the port is operating as a bridge with ahigh-speedbackbone connection.

OPERATION MODE

Displays the value FULL DUPLEX. The port can transmit and receive data at the same time, therefore, the port is running at 1000 Mbps.

PORT # (Modifiable)

Selects the port for which statistics are to be displayed.

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Displaying Statistics for Another Port

To display statistics for another port:

1.Use the arrow keys to highlight the Port # field at the bottom of the screen.

2.Press the Space Bar to increment (or press theBackspace key to decrement) the port number.

Exiting the Port Statistics Screen

To exit the Port Statistics Screen, use the arrow keys to highlight RETURN, then press the Return key.

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