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Port changes view

When the port’s VLAN changes or when a port-based CLI configuration is applied, entries are written to the Port Changes view.

Settings

Fields used in filters are also defined in this table.

Field

Definition

Port changes

Date

Date that the change occurred.

CLI Config Name

CLI configuration used to modify the port state.

Port Change Reason

Reasons for changes in port state. Reasons include:

  • Registration: Port was moved into the registration VLAN.
  • Remediation: Port was moved into the remediation VLAN.
  • Dead End: Port was moved into the dead end VLAN.
  • Default: Port was moved to the default VLAN
  • Role: Port was moved into the VLAN specified by the role associated with the end-station and the port.
  • Authentication: Port was moved into the authentication VLAN.
  • Undo: Port was changed based on Undo commands in a CLI configuration.

Role/Access Policy

Name of the Network Device Role or the network access policy that triggered the port change. Not all port changes are associated with a role or a policy.

Port

Port that was changed. Includes device name and port number.

VLAN

ID or Name of the VLAN where the port was moved.

Device

Filters results by the device where the affected ports reside. Use Sort By to resort devices in the drop-down list by name or by IP address.

Buttons

Export

Exports data to a file in the default downloads location. File types include CSV, Excel, PDF, or RTF. See Export data.

Show CLI Button

Displays the commands within the CLI configuration selected in the CLI Config Name column.

Access port changes view

  1. Select Logs > Port Changes.
  2. In the Port Changes window, use the filter options to select the appropriate group of records.
  3. To see the actual CLI configuration that was applied, select Show CLI. As you hover over CLI configurations in the Port Changes view, the contents are displayed in the Show CLI view.

Port changes view

When the port’s VLAN changes or when a port-based CLI configuration is applied, entries are written to the Port Changes view.

Settings

Fields used in filters are also defined in this table.

Field

Definition

Port changes

Date

Date that the change occurred.

CLI Config Name

CLI configuration used to modify the port state.

Port Change Reason

Reasons for changes in port state. Reasons include:

  • Registration: Port was moved into the registration VLAN.
  • Remediation: Port was moved into the remediation VLAN.
  • Dead End: Port was moved into the dead end VLAN.
  • Default: Port was moved to the default VLAN
  • Role: Port was moved into the VLAN specified by the role associated with the end-station and the port.
  • Authentication: Port was moved into the authentication VLAN.
  • Undo: Port was changed based on Undo commands in a CLI configuration.

Role/Access Policy

Name of the Network Device Role or the network access policy that triggered the port change. Not all port changes are associated with a role or a policy.

Port

Port that was changed. Includes device name and port number.

VLAN

ID or Name of the VLAN where the port was moved.

Device

Filters results by the device where the affected ports reside. Use Sort By to resort devices in the drop-down list by name or by IP address.

Buttons

Export

Exports data to a file in the default downloads location. File types include CSV, Excel, PDF, or RTF. See Export data.

Show CLI Button

Displays the commands within the CLI configuration selected in the CLI Config Name column.

Access port changes view

  1. Select Logs > Port Changes.
  2. In the Port Changes window, use the filter options to select the appropriate group of records.
  3. To see the actual CLI configuration that was applied, select Show CLI. As you hover over CLI configurations in the Port Changes view, the contents are displayed in the Show CLI view.