Each interface type is represented by a unique icon that
indicates its type and link state (if applicable). You can hover your pointer
over the name or the icon to view the interface type, speed, and duplex mode
(if applicable) in a tooltip. The interface icons are described in
The icons use a badging convention to indicate the current link
state of the interface, which may be one of three states:
not available (
Logical interfaces have the same link state as their parent
modules do not display link state. Note that disabled interfaces are
represented by semi-transparent icons.
Interface names, which appear to the right of the icons, are
auto-generated with the exception of hybrid and
interfaces, which are user-defined. Note that for
interfaces, the system displays only interfaces that are enabled, named, and
Physical interfaces display the name of the physical interface.
Logical interfaces display the name of the physical interface and the assigned
interfaces display the name of the security context and the name of the
interface if there are multiple security contexts. If there is only one
security context, the system displays only the name of the interface.