|Subject:||[NV-L] Serial Link description in GUI object|
|From:||"Zoeckler, Eric A." <Eric.Zoeckler@us.ngrid.com>|
|Date:||Tue, 9 Jan 2007 13:10:45 -0500|
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|Thread-topic:||Serial Link description in GUI object|
Patform: AIX 5.2 Netview 7.1.4 FP3
Can anyone explain to me the meaning of the object label for a serial link? For example, I have two, CISCO, multi-interface switches which indicate a serial link symbol with a label like this: switchnameA:47:switchnameB:47 These two, L3 switches are connected by a trunk link (Gig ethernet). My basic question is, what does the :47 mean? Its not the interface.
Thanks for your help?
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