A port represents specific connection point of a gateway. It can be used for internal networking, like an uplink connection or a management network. It can also be used for domain’s access.
vlan_range: VLAN Range of the Port. Format must conform to a-b,c,d-f where a,b,c,d,f are integers between 0 and 4095.
name(Mandatory): Name of the Port
last_updated_by: ID of the user who last updated the object.
template_id: The ID of the template that this Port was created from
permitted_action: The permitted action to USE/EXTEND this Gateway.
description: A description of the Port
physical_name(Mandatory): Identifier of the Port
entity_scope: Specify if scope of entity is Data center or Enterprise level
port_type(Mandatory): Type of the Port. Possible values are ACCESS, NETWORK, MANAGEMENT.
is_resilient: States if this port instance is resilient (redundant). An example would be a Multi-Chassis LAG port.
use_user_mnemonic: determines whether to use user mnemonic of the Port
user_mnemonic: user mnemonic of the Port
associated_egress_qos_policy_id: ID of the Egress QOS Policy associated with this Vlan.
associated_redundant_port_id: ID of the redundant port to which this Port instance may be associated to.
status: Status of the port.
external_id: External object ID. Used for integration with third party systems