AMD 4.4.5 Switch User Manual

AMD Confidential
User Manual November 21
, 2008
Chapter 3: Graphical User Interface 27
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Clicking "OK" causes the "external ports, device state" page to regenerate its list of ports.
So if you add a port using the checkbox, it will show up on the "external ports, device
state" page.
When you are done defining the device group then simply click the "Finish" button. This
causes the device group to get created. A known device group file is created using the
*.bsg file you specified for "Export to file", and loaded as a known device. The devices
you grouped are swapped (deleted and replaced) with a created device instance of your
new device group. Its internal connections and device state come from the known device.
External connections from the devices you grouped are recreated as connections to your
new created device group. All of this is done automatically by the wizard when you click
3.3.7 Creating a Device Group (Automation Commands)
Although it is simpler to create a device group in the GUI, it is also possible to create a
device group on the console using shell automation commands. First we group a set of
specified devices into an Unnamed Group”. Then we can customize our “Unnamed
Group”, by specifying device group options. Next we export it to a file as a known device
Turn This Row's Port
Mapping On/Off
Internal Port Names
External Port Names