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It is possible to administratively shutdown port in OnCommand System Manager 8.3 and above ?

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Applies to

  •  Clustered Data ONTAP 8.3    
  •  OnCommand System Manager    
  •  ONTAP 9    
  •  ONTAP 9.1    
  •  ONTAP 9.2    
  •  ONTAP 9.3    
  •  ONTAP 9.4    
  •  ONTAP 9.5    

Answer

It is possible to administratively shutdown port in OnCommand System Manager 8.3 and above?

No. It is not possible to administratively shutdown port in OnCommand System Manager 8.3 and above.

Below you can find steps and screenshot on which is displayed all available setting that you can change in OnCommand System Manager on a port level.
Link to the documentation
  1. Click Network > Ethernet Ports
  2. Select the physical port, and then click Edit
  3. In the Edit Ethernet Port dialog box, modify the duplex mode and speed settings to either manual or automatic
  4. Click Edit 

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In order to administratively shutdown port please use command-line-interface
Link to the documentation
 

Example:

cluster1::> network port modify -node node0 -port e0a -autonegotiate-admin false -duplex-admin half -speed-admin 100 -up-admin false

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