FACT ports speed

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To set the width and speed of a single port or multiple ports in the network, use the ports speed command.


ports speed {chassis | chips | ports} [external | internal] {1x-sdr | 1x ddr | 4x-sdr | 4x-ddr | 12x-sdr | 12x-ddr | auto}



Syntax Description

chassis Specifies the chassis (one or more) for which you want to set the port speed on all ports.
chips Specifes the switch chip or channel adapter chips (one or more) for which you want to set the port speed on all ports.
ports Specifies the ports for which you want to set the speed.
external (Optional) Restricts the command to operate on external ports only.
internal (Optional) Restricts the command to operate on internal ports only.
1x-sdr Specifies that the port is set to 1x Single Data Rate.
1x ddr Specifies that the port is set to 1x Double Data Rate.
4x-sdr Specifies that the port is set to 4x Single Data Rate.
4x-ddr Specifies that the port is set to 4x Double Data Rate.
12x-sdr Specifies that the port is set to 12x Single Data Rate.
12x-ddr Specifies that the port is set to 12x Double Data Rate.
auto Specifies that the port automatically negotiates the optimal width and speed.


Command Default

No default behavior or values.


Usage Guidelines

FACT first determines whether or not the port can support the requested width and speed combination. If the port cannot, FACT returns an error message.
For isolated managed nodes, only external ports can be configured, and only for SFS OS switches and OEM switches, not for hosts.


Examples

The following example shows setting the width to 4x and speed to Single Data Rate on switchA, slot 1, port 3:
  fact> port speed switchA/1/3 4x-sdr
  
  The following port(s) will be configured:
  switchA/1/3

  Proceed with port configuration [Y/n]? y
  Configuring speed on port switchA/1/3


Related Commands

enable ports
disable ports
show ports

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