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Hangzhou H3C Technologies Co., Ltd.

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Manual Version: 5PW100-20150427

Product Version: IMC PLAT 7.1 (E0301)


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About This Manual

Organization

Visual Panel Designer User Manual is organized as follows:

Chapter

Contents

1 H3C VPD System Overview

Introduces the main functions and applications of the H3C VPD.

2 H3C VPD Installation

Introduces how to install the H3C VPD.

3 H3C VPD Uninstallation

Introduces how to uninstall the H3C VPD.

4 H3C VPD Quick Start

Helps you quickly get familiar with the H3C VPD.

5 H3C VPD Configuration Guide

Elaborates all functions of the H3C VPD in details.

6 H3C VPD Examples

Describes how to use the H3C VPD by using examples.

7 FAQ

Lists problems that you may encounter when using the H3C VPD, and provides the corresponding solutions.

 

Conventions

The manual uses the following conventions:

GUI conventions

Convention

Description

Boldface

Window names, button names, field names, and menu items are in Boldface. For example, the New User window appears; click OK.

Multi-level menus are separated by angle brackets. For example, File > Create > Folder.

 

 

Symbols

Convention

Description

Means a complementary description.

 

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H3C VPD Installation

l          Software installation CD (shipped in the product package)

This CD comprises the installation program, and the H3C VPD user manual in directory \manual.

l          Installation procedure

Log in to your Windows operating system as Administrator. Enter directory install, and then run installw.exe. A window appears for you to choose the language.

Figure 2-1 Select a language

 

Select English and then click OK to enter the VPD introduction window.

Figure 2-2 Introduction

 

Click Next to enter the license agreement window.

Figure 2-3 License agreement

 

Read the license agreement carefully. Click I accept the terms of the License Agreement to proceed.

Figure 2-4 Choose install folder

 

Select an installation folder and then click Next to enter the pre-installation summary window.

Figure 2-5 Pre-installation summary

 

Click Install to enter the installing VPD window.

Figure 2-6 Installing Visual Panel Designer

 

Wait until the installation is complete.

Figure 2-7 Install complete

 

Click Done.

 


H3C VPD Uninstallation

Select Start > All Programs > H3C Visual Panel Designer > Uninstall Visual Panel Designer. The VPD uninstall wizard appears.

Figure 3-1 Uninstall H3C Visual Panel Designer

 

Click Uninstall to start the uninstallation process.

Figure 3-2 Uninstalling VPD

 

Wait until uninstallation is complete.

Figure 3-3 Uninstallation complete

 

Click Done.

 


H3C VPD Overview

Figure 4-1 H3C VPD interface

 

Toolbar: Provides the commonly used buttons listed as follows.

 New Project: Creates a new project.

 Open Project: Opens an existing project.

 Save Project: Saves modification to a project.

 Export Project: Exports a project in a zip package.

 Import Project: Imports a project in a zip package to the VPD.

 SNMP Configuration: Configures the MIB definition. The system interacts with the device according to the MIB definition.

 Status Configuration: Configures the entity status rule. Different colors indicate different statuses.

 Find: Searches for entities in the device panel tree by vendor type and/or name.

 MIB Compiler: Compiles MIB files as JMIB files that can be recognized by iMC.

 Set Language: Sets the language of the VPD.

Device Panel Tree: In this area, you can create, delete, and customize entities. The common entity types include chassis, module, port, power supply, and fan. You can also customize new entity types as needed.

Preview area: Displays the entity selected from the device panel tree.

Property area: Allows you to view or edit the properties of the entity selected in the device panel tree or in the editing area.

Editing/work area: You can drag an entity to this area to edit it. The editing area provides the following buttons:

l           Add Chassis: Adds a chassis.

l           Add Module: Adds a module.

l           Add Port: Adds a port.

l           Add Fan: Adds a fan.

l           Add Power Supply: Adds a power supply.

l           Add Other Entity: Customizes an entity.

l           Batch Add: Adds entities in batches.

l           Rearrange: Rearranges the selected entities in the editing area.

l           Actual Size: Displays images in the actual size.

l           Zoom In/Out: Zooms in or zooms out on images. 1000 is the actual image size.

l           Recover Data: Restores the data in the editing area to the status before modification.

l           Clear Workspace: Removes the entity from the editing area. You must clear the editing area before editing a new entity.

Information area: Displays the operation result (successful or failed).

Managing H3C VPD Projects

l          Log in to the iMC as an administrator and enter the system management page. Then click the  icon to enter the panel management page.

l          The panel management page displays the enterprise IDs and names of the existing projects in iMC. You can import to the iMC a project exported from the VPD, or export an existing project from the iMC and edit it by using the VPD.

Figure 4-2 Panel management page

 

Displaying the Device Panel

l          Log in to the iMC, and enter the details page of a device. Then click the  icon to display the device panel.

l          You can also display the device panel on the topology diagram.

Figure 4-3 Device panel


Figure 5-1 Operation flow

 

Using the VPD

This section describes the operations on the VPD.

Creating a Project

Shortcut key: Ctrl+N

Select Project > New Project to create a project.

Parameter description:

l          Project name: You are recommended to specify a vendor name (such as HP) as the project name to better identify the project.

l          Enterprise ID: Unique identifier for a vendor’s device. For example, the enterprise ID of an HP device is 11 and that of an H3C device is 25506.

l          Dependent project: The VPD supports the dependence relationship between a sub-project and its parent project. A sub-project can use entities in the parent project. Typically a project is dependent on the system-defined project with enterprise ID 0. You can customize the dependence as needed.

Operation instruction: Select a project file suffixed with .prj.

Opening a Project

Shortcut key: Ctrl+O

Select Project > Open Project to open a project.

Operation instruction: All projects are stored in the workspace directory preset by the VPD. Select a .prj file in this directory to open the project.

Entity Categories

The entities in the VPD have two categories, physical and logical. In Figure 5-2, S7503E is a physical entity, and the modules and power supplies listed below are logical entities, which can be regarded as slots on the physical entity. You may install physical module or power supply entities into the slots. The physical vendor types are defined in the MIB.

Figure 5-2 S7503E in the device panel tree

 

In the property column of a physical entity, as shown in Figure 5-3, MIB Table indicates where the sub-entity data of the entity is read. SubEntity Status indicates the status rule of the sub-entities.

Figure 5-3 Properties of the physical entity

 

In the property column of a logical entity, as shown in Figure 5-4, MIB Table indicates where the data of the entity in the device’s logical entity (slot) is read. For example, the value shows whether the power supply entity in the device’s slot 1 exists and where the entity is read. Entity Status indicates the status rule of the entity in the device’s logical entity (slot).

Figure 5-4 Properties of the logical entity

 

In this example, MIB Table of S7503E shows where the data of modules and power supplies is read, and SubEntity Status shows the status rule of the modules and power supplies on the switch. MIB Table of power supply 1 shows where power supply 1’s information is read, and Entity Status shows the status rule of power supply 1.

 

For an IRF virtual device, the MIB Table of a chassis shows where the chassis entity belongs. The MIB Table also shows where the sub-entities belong if they are in the same MIB table. In this case, you do not need to specify the MIB tables for the sub-entities.


SNMP Configuration

1)        Click the  icon in the toolbar (or press the shortcut key Ctrl+M) to enter the SNMP configuration page. The SNMP configuration tree is displayed on the left part and the property area is displayed on the right part of the page.

Figure 5-5 SNMP configuration page

 

 

2)        Select SNMP Configuration Tree > snmpTable. Then right-click and select Add to enter the Create SNMP Table page. Type the MIB table name.

Figure 5-6 Create SNMP table

 

3)        Click Next to display the Entity Index tab. An entity index is usually unique in the MIB table. MIB Node Name is an actual name defined in the MIB file. By making a selection in Indexed drop-down box, you can determine whether the node is to be indexed or not.

Figure 5-7 Entity Index tab

 

 

4)        Select the Description tab. The description of an entity is displayed when you place the cursor over the entity in iMC.

Figure 5-8 Description tab

 

5)        Select the Vendor Type tab. The vendor type is unique to each entity.

Figure 5-9 Vendor Type tab

 

 

6)        Select the Relative Position tab. Relative position indicates the sequence of the entity on its parent entity.

Figure 5-10 Relative Position tab

 

 

7)        Select the Parent Entity Index tab. The parent entity index refers to the index of the current entity’s parent entity in the MIB table. You can configure one or more parent entity indexes. Click Add or Del to add or delete the parent entity index(es).

Figure 5-11 Parent Entity Index tab

 

 

8)        Select the Class tab. Entity class refers to the type of the entity, such as chassis, module, and port.

Figure 5-12 Class tab

 

 

9)        Select the Other tab. Other provides an option for you to create a node other than the above five nodes predefined in the MIB table.

Figure 5-13 Other tab

 

 

10)    Click Next to enter the Index List page. You can arrange indexed nodes on this page to determine the sequence of the indexes in the MIB table.

Figure 5-14 Index List page

 

11)    Click OK.

12)    You can right-click a table name from the SNMP configuration tree to modify or delete the table.

Status Configuration

1)        Click the  icon in the toolbar (or press the shortcut key Ctrl+T) to enter the status configuration page, and right-click Status to add a status rule.

Figure 5-15 Status configuration page

 

2)        When configuring more than one nodes for a common status, separate the node names with semicolons. The status is determined by the specified nodes.

Figure 5-16 Common status properties

 

3)        Right-click portCommonStatus from the status configuration tree to add the status rule. The display color of a port is determined by the ifAdminStatus and ifOperStatus nodes. If their values are both 1, the port is displayed in green (management and operating statuses). The port can also be displayed in blue or cyan.

Figure 5-17 Complete portCommonStatus rule

 

4)        A combo status comprises of multiple common statuses. The following figure shows a combo status rule comprising a portCommonStatus rule and a portRj45Status rule. For example, a port with both the ifAdminStatus and ifOperStatus values being 1 is displayed in green. In the portRj45Status rule, the ifJackType node value is 2, so the port status is rj45. You get the green status with the portCommonStatus rule, and the rj45 status with the portRj45Status rule. The combo status of green;rj45 is green.

Figure 5-18 Combo status rule

 

Figure 5-19 PortRj45Status rule

 

Uploading Images

The Entity Image property allows you to upload the entity image by clicking the button.

Figure 5-20 Entity image property

 

As shown in the following figure, the base image is the image used by the entity. If you have configured a status for an entity, you may need to upload multiple images. In this example, after configuring the portCommonStatus rule, upload three images according to the possible values green, blue, and cyan defined in the status rule. The image name must be in the format of base image_status value. The base image in this example is gigabitEthernet.gif. Therefore, the other three images are gigabitEthernet_green.gif, gigabitEthernet_blue.gif, and gigabitEthernet_cyan.gif.

Figure 5-21 Upload images

 

Compiling a MIB

Select Tools > MIB Compiler to compile a MIB.

Operation instruction: MIB compiling depends on certain basic MIBs that are predefined in the system. Before compiling a MIB, import all the MIB files related to the MIB. The information area gives detailed prompt information after you finish compiling the MIB.

Figure 5-22 Compile a MIB

 

Exporting a Project

Shortcut key: Ctrl+E

Select Project > Export Project to export a project.

Operation instruction: Select the directory you want to save the project, and then click Select Directory to save it. The system automatically opens the directory you selected.

Importing a Project

Shortcut key: Ctrl+I

Select Project > Import Project to import a project.

Figure 5-23 Import a project

 

Configuring the Project Property

Shortcut key: Ctrl+P

Select Project > Project Property to configure the project property.

Operation instruction: You can modify the project name, and view the enterprise ID and dependent project. The project name helps you identify a project. Therefore, if the enterprise ID is 11 (represents HP), you are recommended to specify the vendor name HP as the project name.

Figure 5-24 Configure the project property

 

Finding Entities

Shortcut key: Ctrl+F

Select Edit > Find to enter the Search page.

Operation instruction: Search for entities by name and/or vendor type in the device panel tree. You can set the match option (case-sensitive and/or full match) and the search direction (forward or backward).

Figure 5-25 Find entities

 

Using VPD Projects in the iMC

This section describes the operations in the iMC. Suppose you have logged in to the iMC as an administrator.

VPD Management

Enter the system management page, and click the device panel management icon ().

Operation instruction: This function allows you to browse, import, export, and delete VPD projects. Before deleting a project file, make sure no other project files are dependent on it. If you delete the parent project, you will encounter an error while parsing the relevant sub-projects.

Displaying the Device Panel

Select Resource > Device List > Operation > Open Device Panel.

Operation instruction:  If the panel is not displayed as expected or is different from that of the actual device, check the project settings in the VPD according to the MIB.


HP ProCurve J9019A Switch 2510-24

The H3C VPD provides a simple support scheme for general low-end devices. The following takes HP ProCurve J9019A Switch 2510-24 as an example to describe how to configure the device panel information by using the H3C VPD.

1)        Figure 6-1 is the device panel picture of a device 2510-24. Draw the device panel picture as similar to the real device as possible (or just photo it). Make sure you draw the port slots to help you add port entities. From left to right on the panel, there is device model, a console port, LEDs, 24 Ethernet ports, two pairs of Combo ports, and a silkscreen print. This device supports RFC 1213. You can manage the elements on the panel, primarily the ports, by reading ifTable.

Figure 6-1 2510-24 device panel

 

2)        Run VPD and then select Project > New Project from the menu bar. The Create Project window appears. Type project name HP, enterprise ID 11, and select dependent project 0_devicepanel. Then click OK.

Figure 6-2 Create HP project

 

3)        Right-click Chassis from the Device Panel Tree and click Add to add a device.

4)        Edit the value of each property, as shown in Figure 6-3. You need to draw or photo the entity image beforehand.

Figure 6-3 Edit device properties

 

Figure 6-4 Select the entity image

 

5)        Select device 2510_24 from the device panel tree. The device image appears at the preview area. Drag the image into the work area.

6)        The device has 24 Ethernet ports. Click the Batch Add icon () in the work area to add port entities in a batch. Adjust the row space and column space according to your image pixels. Click OK, and the added 24 Ethernet ports appear in the work area.

Figure 6-5 Add ports in a batch

 

7)        Drag the ports together to the right places on the panel. In this example, there is a gap between the first 12 ports and second 12 ports. Therefore, first adjust the positions of port 1 through port 12, and then select ports 13 to 24 and drag them together to the right places. You can press and hold down your left mouse button to select multiple ports. The selected ports will be marked with yellow border.

Figure 6-6 Adjust port positions

 

8)        Select all 24 ports and change the vendor type to 6, the system default value for Ethernet ports.

Figure 6-7 Set the vendor type in a batch

 

If you do not set the vendor type of a port, the system reads the vendor type value from the device MIB. This requires you to use VPD to customize the port vendor type in advance.

 

9)        Select all ports in the second row, and change Angle to 180, because these ports are inverted on the real panel.

Figure 6-8 Rotate ports in a batch

 

10)    Add Combo port 25: first click the Add Port icon () to add the electrical port. Drag it to the right place, change the vendor type to 6, and select portCommonStatus;portRj45Status as the entity status. Then, add the optical port in the same way and drag it to the port slot under port 25. Change the vendor type to 117, relative position to 25, angle to 180, and entity status to portCommonStatus;portFiberStatus.

Figure 6-9 Add the electrical port of Combo port 25

 

Figure 6-10 Add the optical port of Combo port 25

 

11)    Add Combo port 26 in the same way.

12)    If the system-predefined port types do not meet your requirements, add new port types.

13)    Click  on the tool bar to save your object.

14)    Select Project > Export Project from the menu bar. Select the export directory, and then click the Select Directory button. The system automatically opens the directory where the exported zip file resides.

Figure 6-11 Select a directory for saving the exported project

 

15)    Log in to the iMC as an administrator. Enter the system management page, and click the device panel management icon () to enter the VPD project file management page.

Figure 6-12 Device panel management

 

16)    Click Import to enter the page for uploading a project file. Click Browse to select the exported zip package and then click Import. The system prompts successful import of file 11_devicepanel.zip.

Figure 6-13 Upload project file

 

17)    Search the device by its IP. Click the operation icon and select Open Device Panel. Right-click the device panel and the system displays the supported functions and operations.

Figure 6-14 Device list

 

Figure 6-15 HP device panel

 

H3C S12518-S12508 IRF Virtual Device

The H3C VPD also supports designing device panels with multiple types of entities, such as ports, modules, power supplies, and fans, satisfying panel management requirements on medium- and high-end devices. The following takes an H3C S12518-S12508 IRF virtual device as an example to describe how to configure the device panel for a high-end device by using the H3C VPD.

1)        The H3C S12500 series high-end devices support entityMIB and ifTable, making it possible for you to precisely manage the module, power supply, fan, and port entities. First, draw a picture for the entities to be managed, such as the device chassis and modules.

2)        Create an H3C project. See the operation in section Creating a Project for reference. Change the enterprise ID to 25506.

3)        Right-click Chassis from the device panel tree and click Add to add a device.

4)        Edit the value of each property, as shown in Figure 6-16. You need to draw or photo the entity image beforehand.

Figure 6-16 Edit device properties

 

5)        Select device S12518 from the device panel tree. The device image appears at the preview area. Drag the image to the work area. There are slots 0 to 29 on the device. Because the device supports entPhysicalTable, there must be information about power supplies and fans.

6)        Use a MIB browsing tool to view the entPhysicalTable implementation on the device. You are recommended to use the MIB management function to view the information. To do so, log in to the iMC and then enter the system management page.

Figure 6-17 Table view by using the iMC MIB management tool

 

7)        Click the Add Module button () in the work area, and then drag the added virtual module entity to slot 0, and modify its properties. Note: Set rotating angle to 90, because the modules we drew are horizontal. Set the relative position to 0.1, which is consistent with that implemented in the device entPhysicalTable. The S12518 device is represented in the form of Stack->Chassis->Container->Module, where Container indicates the module slot. As introduced previously, the entPhysicalParentRelPos node represents the relative position of an entity on its parent entity. The container here means the slot number. Usually, only one module is contained in one slot, and thus the relative position of a module to a container is always 1. The relative position 0.1 here indicates module 1 in slot 0. This method allows you to not add the Container entity, which does not exist actually.

Figure 6-18 Add a module

 

8)        Add all modules in the same way.

Figure 6-19 Add all modules

 

9)        Add the power supplies and fans in the same way. The blue boxes represent power supplies and the white boxes represent fans.

Figure 6-20 Add power supplies and fans

 

10)    Add module entity: right-click Module from the device panel tree and click Add. Set the module entity properties.

Figure 6-21 Module entity properties

 

11)    Drag the module image to the work area and then add a port. In this example, we create only one module entity. You can create multiple module entities as needed.

Figure 6-22 Add a port

 

12)    Add power supply and fan entities in the same way.

Figure 6-23 Add a power supply entity

 

Figure 6-24 Add a fan entity

 

13)    Add entities for the S12508 in the same way. Then save and export the project, import the project to the iMC, and then open the device panel. The S12518 panel is displayed at the upper part of the page. Under the S12518 panel is the S12508 panel.

Figure 6-25 S12518 device panel segment

 


How Can I Locate Entities Fast?

On a device, there may be modules with fixed positions, such as the module in slot 0 shown in Figure 7-1. To add such a module entity, you need to type the module vendor type value instead of leaving it blank (letting the system to read it from the device MIB).

The system provides the entity location function for such cases. You can right-click a module and click Locate Entity to check the entity location.

Figure 7-1 Sample device

 

Figure 7-2 Locate entity

 

Figure 7-3 Vendor type of the module

 

When Uploading a New Project Created in VPD, I Was Prompted That the Project Already Exists in the iMC. What Shall I Do?

The new project you added in VPD has the same enterprise ID as the one uploaded to the iMC, however, the entities you defined for the new project are probably different from those of the project in the iMC. Therefore, when you upload the new project to the iMC, the new project and the existing project conflict. To address this issue, the iMC provides the project comparing function. That is, the iMC compares the newly uploaded project and the project that has the same enterprise ID in the iMC.

As shown in Figure 7-4, compared with the existing project, S7510E is added in the newly uploaded project and the definition of hh3cLswPortTable is also different. You can select the configuration you want to update as needed.

Figure 7-4 Compare the new project with the existing project

 

What Is the Endmatch Attribute in VPD Used for?

The endmatch attribute is typically used to process MIB object identifiers (OIDs). In most cases, MIB values on the device are complete MIB OIDs. For example, the complete MIB OID of an H3C interface module LSQ1CGP24TSC0 is 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.3.1.9.4.570. However, the MIB may save only 570 as the card’s OID because the nodes before 570 are common to all H3C interface modules. At this time, you need to set the endmatch attribute to 1, meaning to match only the last part of the OID (separated into several parts by dots).

On the SNMP configuration page as shown in Figure 7-5, assume you want to associate the ifindex node in the ifTable with the entAliasMappingIdentifier node in the entAliasMappingTable. Because the entAliasMappingIdentifier node uses the complete OID for ifIndex, while the ifTable uses only the last part of the OID for ifindex, you need to set the endmatch attribute to 1 during the association.

Figure 7-5 Set the endmatch attribute

 

What Entities Does the Dependent Project 0_devicepanel Comprise?

The system provides a common project 0_devicepanel that defines some common entities, SNMP tables, and statuses.

By default, the common project provides power module, fan, and port entities. An electrical port and an optical port, respectively with vendor type ethernetCsmacd(6) and gigabitEthernet (117) as defined in the IANAifType-MIB, are added to the project.

Figure 7-6 Pre-defined entities for the common project

 

The common project defines the following MIB tables:

1)        entPhysicalTable, also called entity physical table, stores various physical entity data of the device. See Figure 7-7.

Figure 7-7 entPhysicalTable

 

Description of the nodes:

l          entPhysicalIndex: Index of the table, associated with the entPhysicalIndex node in the entAliasMappingTable. The two nodes share the same value.

l          entPhysicalDescr: Description of each entity.

l          entPhysicalVendorType: Unique identifier of an entity.

l          entPhysicalParentRelPos: Relative position (sequence number) of the entity on its parent entity. For example, if an interface module provides 24 ports, Ethernet 0/1 through Ethernet 0/24, the relative position of Ethernet 0/5 on its parent entity is 5.

l          entPhysicalContainedIn: entPhysicalIndex of a parent entity entry in the entPhysicalTable. It helps you locate the entry that the specific parent entity resides in entPhysicalTable.

l          entPhysicalClass: Entity type, represented with numbers.

2)        entAliasMappingTable associates the entPhysicalTable with the ifTable to show port status, as shown in Figure 7-8.

Figure 7-8 entAliasMappingTable

 

entPhysicalIndex in the entAliasMappingTable is associated with entPhysicalIndex in the entPhysicalTable. entAliasMappingIdentifier is associated with ifIndex in the ifTable and ifManuIfIndex in the ifJackTable.

3)        ifTable stores port data of the device, as shown in Figure 7-9.

Figure 7-9 ifTable

 

Description of the nodes:

l          ifIndex: Index of the table. Many other tables reference the data in the ifTable based on the association with this index.

l          ifDescr: Port description.

l          ifType: Port type, which is defined in the IANAifType-MIB.

l          ifAdminStatus: Management status of the port.

l          ifOperStauts: Operating status of the port.

4)        ifJackTable, as shown in Figure 7-10, mainly shows the combo port status. It is associated with the ifTable.

Figure 7-10 ifJackTable

 

ifJackType shows the port type value. For example, rj45(2) or rj45S(3) indicates that the electrical port of the combo port is enabled; fiberSC(8), fiberMIC(9), or fiberST(10) indicates that the optical port of the combo port is enabled.

The common project defines the following statuses:

Figure 7-11 Statuses

 

l          portCommonStatus: Determined by the ifAdminStatus and ifOperStatus nodes. If their values are both 1, the port is displayed in green (use the image with name containing _green); if their values are both 2, the port is displayed in blue; if the ifAdminStatus is 1 and ifOperStatus is 2, the port is displayed in cyan.

l          portRj45Status and portFiberStatus: Determined by the ifJackType node in the ifJackTable. The two nodes are typically used together to indicate the combo port status. If the ifJackType is 2 or 3, the electrical port is enabled, and the rj45 status is used; if the ifJackType is 8, 9, or 10, the optical port is enabled, and the fiber status is used.

l          portCommonStatus; portRj45Status and portCommonStatus; portFiberStatus: portCommonStatus displays the port color, while portRj45Status and portFiberStatus display the electrical port and optical port. To use the status rule, set the same relative position for the two ports of the combo port (that means only one port is enabled at a time), set portCommonStatus; portRj45Status for the electrical port and portCommonStatus; portFiberStatus for the optical port. Then the current running port can be displayed in correct color.