FACT disable ports

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To disable a single port or multiple ports in the network, use the disable ports command.


disable ports {chassis | chips | ports} [internal | external]



Syntax Description

chassis Specifies the chassis in which to disable the specified ports.
chips Specifies the chips in which to disable the specified ports
ports Specifies the ports to disable.
internal (Optional) Disables the specified internal ports only.
external (Optional) Disables the specified external ports only.


Command Default

No default behavior or values.


Usage Guidelines

Only physical switch ports can be disabled. HCA ports cannot be disabled.
For isolated managed nodes, only external ports can be configured, and only for SFS OS switches and OEM switches, not for hosts.
Note: For unmanaged switches, if disabling the port results in the device being isolated from the rest of the IB fabric, the only way to reenable that port is by resetting the unmanaged switch to restore its original configuration.


Examples

The following example shows disabling port 4, slot 1 in switchA :
  fact> disable ports switchA/1/4

  The following port(s) will be configured:
  switchA/1/4

  Proceed with port configuration [Y/n]? y
  Disabling port switchA/1/4



Related Commands

show ports
ports speed
enable ports

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