ENU_PROSetcl.txt Driver File Contents (Intel_LAN_v18.3_Windows_32.zip)

PROSETCL.EXE Help File
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March 12, 2013

Contents
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- Overview
- General Command Syntax
- Adapter Command Syntax and Required Parameters
- Team Command Syntax and Required Parameters
- DCB/FCoE Command Syntax and Required Parameters
- Legal / Disclaimers

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Overview
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The purpose of the PROSETCL.EXE utility is to be able to configure and manage 
your network adapters, teams, and VLANs. Prior to running the PROSETCL.EXE 
utility, you must use the DxSetup.exe utility to install base drivers and 
Intel(R) PROSet for Windows* Device Manager with all options you need to
perform your required configurations.
	
The following launches a typical install (base drivers, Intel PROSet, 
Intel ANS) silently:

  DxSetup.exe /qn /liew install.log

See the User Guide for a complete explanation of the DxSetup.exe utility. 
To run the PROSETCL.EXE utility, see the General Command Syntax section below.


Notes:
  - Changes to the current configuration will require running the utility 
    from an elevated command prompt for operating systems that support this 
    feature.

  - Not all features (options) are supported on all adapters. The setting 
    values or range of values for supported features depend on the adapter.

  - Data Center Bridging (DCB) is not compatible with Microsoft* Windows 
    Server* 2012 NIC Teaming (LBFO). PROSETCL.EXE will not enable Intelís 
    Data Center Bridging when the device is a member of an LBFO team. You 
    can use native DCB by calling Adapter_SetSetting with SettingName=DCB_Settings 
    and SettingValue="OS Controlled".

  - Many configuration changes require driver reloads, setting 
    synchronization, or other modifications. The PROSETCL.EXE utility does not 
    notify you either before or after these events occur.

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General Command Syntax
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  prosetcl.exe <command> <required parameters> [optional parameters]

Note: Required parameters are enclosed in <>, and optional parameters 
are enclosed in [].

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Optional Parameters for All Commands
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[/help | ?]     - Describes the command function and its parameters.

Commands with required parameters will display help if no parameters are 
provided.

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Return Codes
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Each command will return one of the following codes:

0: A return code value of 0 means Success
1: A return code value of 1 means Failure

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Adapter Command Syntax and Required Parameters
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Adapter_CreateVlan <AdapterIndex VlanID VlanName> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
            running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 for a 
     maximum of 64 VLANs. Only one VLAN can be 'Untagged' (0) per device.
  VlanName Ė Label for the VLAN. This is used for identification purposes.

This creates a VLAN on an adapter. To create a VLAN on adapter 1, type:

  prosetcl.exe Adapter_CreateVlan 1 1 VLAN1

The result should be:

  1) Intel(R) PRO/1000 PT Dual Port Server Adapter #2:
     Attempting to create VLAN...
     Successfully called to Create VLAN1

To add an untagged VLAN to this adapter 1:

  prosetcl.exe Adapter_CreateVlan 1 0 VLAN0

  1) Intel(R) PRO/1000 PT Dual Port Server Adapter #2:
     Attempting to create VLAN...
     Successfully called to Create VLAN0

Running the Adapter_EnumerateVlans command on adapter 1 after the VLANs have 
been successfully created will display VLANs installed on adapter 1:

  prosetcl.exe Adapter_EnumerateVlans 1

Output:

  1) Intel(R) PRO/1000 PT Dual Port Server Adapter #2 - VLANs :

     0) Untagged VLAN
     1) VLAN1

Notes:
  - If a VLAN ID number is already in use or an untagged VLAN already 
    exists, VLAN creation will fail and an error message is displayed.

  - A tagged VLAN must be present before an untagged VLAN can be created.

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Adapter_Enumerate [/help]


Using this command results in a list of adapters installed in a system and their 
indices. For example:

  1) Intel(R) PRO/1000 PT Server Adapter
  2) Intel(R) PRO/1000 PF Server Adapter

Notes:
  - If no parameters are entered, the command defaults to local execution.

  - If an adapter is added or removed, the Adapter_Enumerate command will 
    need to be used again. 

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Adapter_EnumerateCapabilities <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 using the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Using this command results in a list of features and capabilities supported on 
the specified adapter.

Note: Not all features (options) are supported on all adapters. The setting 
values or range of values for supported features depend on the adapter.

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Adapter_EnumerateProperties <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 using the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Using this command results in a list of register values for the specified 
adapter. Only supported properties are displayed.

For a list of adapter properties, please see the Intel PROSet for Windows* 
Device Manager WMI Provider User's Guide found in WMI White Paper 2 - DMIX.PDF
on the CD.

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Adapter_EnumerateSettings <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Running this command results in a list of the specified adapter's Advanced 
Settings and their current value. 

Notes: 
  - Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
    range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
    system.

  - Some Advanced Settings include an asterisk in their name. The '*' must be 
    used when specifying the setting as it is the actual registry parameter
    defined by Microsoft.

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Adapter_EnumerateVlans <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This displays all VLANs installed on the specified adapter.

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Adapter_EnumerateVlanSettings <AdapterIndex VlanID> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 
                 1-4094 or 'Untagged'.

This displays VLAN settings for the specified adapter.

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Adapter_GetHardwareInfo <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Displays the EEPROM Version for the specified adapter. 

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Adapter_GetLinkStatus <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Displays the link status for the specified adapter. 

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Adapter_GetNDISVersion <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Running this command displays the NDIS driver version number for the 
specified adapter.

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Adapter_GetPowerUsageOptions <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Running this command displays all power saver options for the specified adapter. 

Note: Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
system.

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Adapter_GetProfiles <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 using the Adapter_Enumerate command.
Displays the current profile and all supported profiles for the specified 
adapter.

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Adapter_GetSetting <AdapterIndex SettingName> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
            running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
            Adapter_EnumerateSettings command.

Running this command displays the value for a particular Advanced Setting on the 
specified adapter.

Notes:
  - Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
    range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
    system.

  - RSS is not supported on some adapters configured to use Virtual Machine 
    Queues (VMQ) or SR-IOV. On these adapters VMQ or SR-IOV will take 
    precedence over RSS. RSS will appear disabled.

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Adapter_GetVirtualizationInfo <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
        using the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Displays virtual queue information for the specified adapter. 

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Adapter_GetVirtualizationStatus <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
            running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Running this command displays the Queue ID, CPU ID, Rx Packets, and Tx Packets.

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Adapter_GetVlanInfo <AdapterIndex VlanID> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
            	 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
            	 or 'Untagged'.

This lists VLAN information on the specified adapter. It displays the VLAN name, 
VLAN number, caption, parent ID and status of the VLAN.

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Adapter_GetWakeOnSettings <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
	
Running this command displays all Wake on settings for the specified adapter. 

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Adapter_Identify <AdapterIndex NumberOfSeconds> [/help]
	
  AdapterIndex    - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		    running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  NumberofSeconds - Number of seconds for the LED to blink.

Running this command allows you to identify an adapter in the system by blinking 
its LED light. For example:

  prosetcl.exe Adapter_IdentifyAdapter 1 10

will result in the LED on adapter 1 blinking for 10 seconds.

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Adapter_ModifyVlanInfo <AdapterIndex VlanID SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
		 or 'Untagged'.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                 Adapter_GetVLANInfo command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

This modifies the VLAN number or caption for a particular VLAN on a specified 
adapter.

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Adapter_RemoveVlan <AdapterIndex VlanID> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
                 'Untagged'.

This removes a VLAN on an adapter. For example,

  prosetcl.exe Adapter_RemoveVlan 1 2

will remove VLAN 2 from adapter 1.

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Adapter_SetPowerUsageOption <AdapterIndex OptionName OptionValue> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  OptionName   - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                 Adapter_GetPowerUsageOptions command.
  OptionValue  - Value to be applied to setting.

Running this command allows you to configure power saver options for a 
particular adapter.

Note: Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
system.

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Adapter_SetProfile <AdapterIndex ProfileIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 using the Adapter_Enumerate command.

  ProfileIndex - Index of the desired profile. The profile indices are obtained
                 by using the Adapter_GetProfiles command.

Running this command allows you to set the specified profile on the adapter.

If you have selected the Virtualization Server profile or the Storage + 
Virtualization profile, and you uninstall the Hyper-V role, you should select 
a new profile. 

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Adapter_SetSetting <AdapterIndex SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  AdapterIndex  - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                  running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SettingName   - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
		  Adapter_EnumerateSettings command.
  SettingValue  - Value to be applied to setting.

Running this command allows you to configure Advanced Settings for a 
particular adapter.

Notes:
  - Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
    range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
    system.

  - Some Advanced Settings include an asterisk in their name. The '*' must be 
    used when specifying the setting as it is the actual registry parameter
    defined by Microsoft.

  - You cannot change the Link Speed and Duplex setting if FCoE Boot is 
    enabled on the adapter.

  - You cannot enable RSS when SR-IOV is enabled on the adapter.

  - You must enable VMQ for SR-IOV to function.

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Adapter_SetWakeOnSetting <AdapterIndex SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
		 Adapter_GetWakeOnSettings command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

Running this command allows you to configure Wake On settings for a 
particular adapter.

Note: Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
system.

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Adapter_SetVlanSetting <AdapterIndex VlanID SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
            	 or 'Untagged'.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                 Adapter_EnumerateVlanSettings command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

This changes the value of a VLAN setting on the specified adapter.

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Adapter_GetVlanSetting <AdapterIndex VlanID SettingName> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
       	         running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
                 or 'Untagged'.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                 Adapter_EnumerateVlanSettings command.

This displays the current value of a VLAN advanced setting for the 
specified adapter.
It will also display the type and range (if available) of valid values as well 
as the default value for the setting.

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Team Command Syntax and Required Parameters
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To create a team, we recommended running the following commands in order:

  1. Team_Create - To create a team.
  2. Team_Enumerate - To verify that the team was created successfully.

To change a team setting, we recommended running the following commands in 
order:

  1. Team_EnumerateSettings - To display list of team settings and their values. 
     The Team_GetSetting command can also be used instead of this.
  2. Team_SetSetting - To change a team setting to a new value.
  3. Team_EnumerateSettings - To verify that the team setting was successfully 
     changed. The Team_GetSetting command can also be used instead of this.

Note: You can add Intel(R) Active Management Technology (Intel(R) AMT) enabled 
devices to Adapter Fault Tolerance (AFT), Switch Fault Tolerance (SFT), and 
Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) teams. All other team types are not supported. 
The Intel AMT enabled device must be designated as the primary adapter for the 
team.

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Team_AddAdapter <TeamIndex AdapterIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
                 the Team_Enumerate command.
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Note: You can add Intel(R) Active Management Technology (Intel(R) AMT) enabled 
devices to Adapter Fault Tolerance (AFT), Switch Fault Tolerance (SFT), and 
Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) teams. All other team types are not supported. 
The Intel AMT enabled device must be designated as the primary adapter for the 
team.

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Team_Create <AdapterList TeamName TeamMode> [/help]

  AdapterList - Comma delimited list of adapter indices (i.e., 1,2,3). To obtain 
                adapter indices, use the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  TeamName    - Name to apply to the team.
  TeamMode    - Type of team to create. Valid team modes are: ALB, AFT, SLA, 
                802.3AD, SFT, and VMLB.
                Note:  SFT teams can only be created with 2 or fewer adapters.

For example, to create a new team, type:

  prosetcl.exe Team_Create 1,2 TeamNew ALB

If a team has been successfully created, the following will appear:
  
  Attempting to create team 'TeamNew' ...

      Successfully created team 'TeamNew'

Notes:
  - You can add Intel(R) Active Management Technology (Intel(R) AMT) enabled 
    devices to Adapter Fault Tolerance (AFT), Switch Fault Tolerance (SFT), 
    and Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) teams. All other team types are not 
    supported. The Intel AMT enabled device must be designated as the primary 
    adapter for the team.

  - Microsoft* Windows Powershell* users must put the AdapterList in quotes.
    For example: prosetcl.exe Team_Create "1,2" TeamNew ALB

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Team_CreateVlan  <TeamIndex VlanID VlanName> [/help]

  TeamIndex - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running the 
              Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID    - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 for 
              a maximum of 64 VLANs. Only one VLAN can be 'Untagged' (0) per 
              device.
  VlanName  - Name for the VLAN <32 Characters Maximum>

This creates a VLAN on a team.

Notes:
  - If a VLAN ID is already in use or an untagged VLAN already exists, an 
    error message is displayed.

  - A tagged VLAN must be present before an untagged VLAN can be created.

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Team_Enumerate [/help]

Running this command results in a list of teams installed in a system and their 
indices. For example:

  1) TEAM : Team1
  2) TEAM : Team2

Note: If no parameters are entered, the command defaults to local execution.

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Team_EnumerateAdaptersInTeam <TeamIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
              the Team_Enumerate command.

Running this command results in a list of all adapters in the specified team.

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Team_EnumerateSettings <TeamIndex> [/help]
	
  TeamIndex - Index of a team. The team indices are obtained by running 
              the Team_Enumerate command.

The result is a list of team settings and their current value. 

Note: Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
system.

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Team_EnumerateVlans <TeamIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
              the Team_Enumerate command.

This displays all VLANs installed on the specified team.

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Team_EnumerateVlanSettings <TeamIndex VlanID> [/help]

  TeamIndex - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
              the Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID    - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
              or 'Untagged'.

This displays VLAN settings for the specified team.

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Team_GetAdapterInfo <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This displays the adapter information for the specified adapter.

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Team_GetSetting <TeamIndex SettingName> [/help]

  TeamIndex   - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
                the Team_Enumerate command.
  SettingName - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                Team_EnumerateSettings command.

This displays the value for a particular team setting. 

Note: Not all settings are supported on all adapters. The setting values or 
range of values for supported features depend on the adapter and operating 
system.

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Team_GetTeamInfo <TeamIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running the 
              Team_Enumerate command.

This displays the team name, teaming mode, and MAC address for a specified team.

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Team_GetVlanInfo <TeamIndex VlanID> [/help]

  TeamIndex - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running the 
              Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID    - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
              or 'Untagged'.

This lists VLAN information on the specified team. It displays the VLAN name, 
VLAN number, caption, parent ID and status of the VLAN.

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Team_ModifyTeamInfo <TeamIndex SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running the 
	         Team_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use.
                 Valid setting names: 'mode' or 'name'
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.
                 Valid teaming modes: ALB, AFT, SLA, 802.3AD, SFT, and VMLB.

Sets the specified setting ('mode' or 'name') to a new value.

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Team_ModifyVlanInfo <TeamIndex VlanID SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
                 the Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
		 or 'Untagged'.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
		 Team_GetVlanInfo command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

This modifies the VLAN number or caption for a particular VLAN on a 
specified team.

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Team_Remove <TeamIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running the 
                 Team_Enumerate command.

This removes the specified team. VLANs bound to the team will also be removed.

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Team_RemoveAdapter <TeamIndex AdapterIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running the 
                 Team_Enumerate command.
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This removes the specified adapter from a team. A team with no adapters in it 
will automatically be removed.

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Team_RemoveVlan <TeamIndex VlanID> [/help]

  TeamIndex  - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
               the Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID     - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
	       or 'Untagged'.

This removes a VLAN on a team. For example,

  prosetcl.exe Team_RemoveVlan 1 2

will remove VLAN 2 from team 1.

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Team_SetAdapterPriority <AdapterIndex Priority> [/help]

  AdapterIndex    - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		    running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  Priority        - Valid priority values are: PRIMARY or SECONDARY.

This sets the adapterís priority within the team.

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Team_SetSetting <TeamIndex SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
                 the Team_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
		 Team_EnumerateSettings command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

This enables you to change a team setting. For example, to change the Tagging 
Mode setting from 0 to 1, type:

  prosetcl.exe Team_SetSetting 1 TaggingMode 1

When the setting has been successfully modified, the following will appear.

  1) TEAM : TeamNew

     Successfully set setting: TaggingMode

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Team_SetVlanSetting <TeamIndex> <VlanID> <SettingName> <SettingValue> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
		 or 'Untagged'.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
		 Team_EnumerateVlanSettings command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

This changes the value of a VLAN setting on the specified team.

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Team_GetVlanSetting <TeamIndex VlanID SettingName> [/help]

  TeamIndex   - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
                the Team_Enumerate command.
  VlanID      - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 1-4094 
                or 'Untagged'.
  SettingName - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                Team_EnumerateVlanSettings command.

This displays the current value of a VLAN advanced setting for the specified 
team. It will also display the type and range (if available) of valid values 
as well as the default value for the setting.

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Team_ValidateAdaptersForTeaming <AdapterList> [/help]

  AdapterList - Comma delimited list of adapter indices (i.e., 1,2,3). To 
		obtain adapter indices, use the Adapter_Enumerate command.
	
Takes a list of adapters and returns any warnings that would be displayed if 
you teamed them together.

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Team_ValidateAddAdapter <TeamIndex AdapterIndex> [/help]

  TeamIndex    - Index of the team. The team indices are obtained by running 
		 the Team_Enumerate command.
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Returns any warnings that would be displayed if you added the specified 
adapter to the team.

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Team_ValidateSetting <AdapterIndex SettingName SettingValue> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use 
		 Team_EnumerateSettings command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

Tests whether changing a specific setting on an adapter will cause any teaming 
warnings. For example, if another adapter in the team did not support Jumbo 
Packets, and you executed the following:

  prosetcl.exe Team_ValidateSetting 1 JumboPacket Enable

You would see the jumbo packet warning.

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DCB_GetStatus <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

Displays the DCB status of the indicated adapter.

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FCoE_CreateVport <AdapterIndex VirtualPortWWPN> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VirtualPortWWPN - World Wide Port Name to use. You can pass "generate" as a 
                    valid parameter. If you use generate, a WWPN will be 
                    automatically generated and used.

Creates an FCoE Virtual port.

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FCoE_DeleteVport <AdapterIndex VirtualPortWWPN> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VirtualPortWWPN - World Wide Port Name to use. The WWPN is obtained by 
                    running the FCoE_EnumeratePorts command.

Deletes the specified virtual port.

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FCoE_EnumerateFabrics <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This displays the VLANs and WWPNs of the VN2VN fabrics and the FC Fabric 
discovered for the FCoE Miniport.

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FCoE_EnumerateLUNs <AdapterIndex PortWWPN TargetWWPN> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  PortWWPN     - World Wide Port Name to use. The WWPN is obtained by 
                 running the FCoE_EnumeratePorts command.
  TargetWWPN   - Target WWPN to use. The WWPN is obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateTargets command.

This displays a list of the LUNs for the specified target.

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FCoE_EnumeratePorts <AdapterIndex>  [/help]

    AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
		   running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This displays all WWPNs associated with the specified device. The first WWPN in 
the list is the WWPN for the physical port. The subsequent WWPNs are associated 
with virtual ports.

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FCoE_EnumerateSettings <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
	
This displays a list of FCoE features and capabilities supported on the 
specified adapter.

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FCoE_EnumerateTargets <AdapterIndex PortWWPN> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  PortWWPN     - World Wide Port Name to use. The WWPN is obtained by running 
                 the FCoE_EnumeratePorts command.

This displays a list of the targets for the specified WWPN.

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FCoE_EnumerateVLANs <AdapterIndex>  [/help]

    AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                   running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This displays all SAN VLANs installed on the specified device.

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FCoE_FabricView <AdapterIndex>  [/help]
	
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
	
This displays information on the FCoE Fabric for the specified adapters. 
Displayed information includes the virtual and physical port WWPNs associated 
with the specified adapter, the Target WWPNs for each physical and virtual port 
WWPN, and the LUNs for each target WWPN.

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FCoE_GetFcFabricInfo <AdapterIndex VlanID> [/help]
	
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 
                 1-4094 or 'Untagged'.

This displays the Fabric World Wide Name, FCF World Wide Name, FC Mapped Address
Index, and FCF Priority for the FC Fabric.

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FCoE_GetVn2VnFabricInfo <AdapterIndex VlanID> [/help]
	
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 
                 1-4094 or 'Untagged'.

This displays the FC Mapped Address Index for the Vn2Vn Fabric.

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FCoE_GetLunInfo <AdapterIndex PortWWPN TargetWWPN LunID> [/help]
	
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  PortWWPN     - World Wide Port Name to use. The WWPN is obtained by running 
                 the FCoE_EnumeratePorts command.
  TargetWWPN   - Target WWPN to use. The WWPN is obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateTargets command.
  LunID        - ID of the LUN. The LUN IDs are obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateLUNs command.

This displays the OS Device Name, Capacity, and Block Size for the specified 
LUN.

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FCoE_GetPortInfo <AdapterIndex PortWWPN> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  PortWWPN     - World Wide Port Name to use. The WWPN is obtained by running 
                 the FCoE_EnumeratePorts command.

This displays the World Wide Node Name and FCID for the specified port.

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FCoE_GetSetting <AdapterIndex SettingName> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateSettings command.

This displays the value for a particular FCoE setting. 

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FCoE_GetStatistics <AdapterIndex> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.

This displays the DCB status for the specified device.

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FCoE_GetTargetInfo <AdapterIndex PortWWPN TargetWWPN> [/help]
	
  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  PortWWPN     - World Wide Port Name to use. The WWPN is obtained by running 
                 the FCoE_EnumeratePorts command.
  TargetWWPN   - Target WWPN to use. The WWPN is obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateTargets command.

This displays the Serial Number, FCID, and Vendor Info for the specified FCoE 
target.

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FCoE_GetVLANInfo <AdapterIndex SANVLANID> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SANVLANID    - ID of the SAN VLAN. The VLAN ID is obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateVLANs command.

This displays the VLAN status for the specified VLAN.

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FCoE_SetSetting <AdapterIndex SettingName SettingValue> [/help] 

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  SettingName  - Name of setting to use. To obtain setting names, use the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateSettings command.
  SettingValue - Value to be applied to setting.

Running this command allows you to configure FCoE Settings for a particular 
adapter.

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FCoE_VN2VNEnumerateLUNs <AdapterIndex VlanID TargetWWPN> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 
                 1-4094 or 'Untagged'.
  TargetWWPN   - Target WWPN to use. The WWPN is obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateTargets command.

Running this command displays the LUNS discovered for the specified VN2VN 
target.

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FCoE_VN2VNEnumerateTargets <AdapterIndex VlanID> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 
                 1-4094 or 'Untagged'.

Running this command displays the WWPNs for the VN2VN targets on the specifed
VN2VN fabric.

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FCoE_VN2VGetLunInfo <AdapterIndex VlanID TargetWWPN LunID> [/help]

  AdapterIndex - Index of the adapter. The adapter indices are obtained by 
                 running the Adapter_Enumerate command.
  VlanID       - ID number of the VLAN. Valid ranges for the VlanID are 
                 1-4094 or 'Untagged'.
  TargetWWPN   - Target WWPN to use. The WWPN is obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateTargets command.
  LunID        - ID of the LUN. The LUN IDs are obtained by running the 
                 FCoE_EnumerateLUNs command.

Running this command displays the OS device name, capacity, and block size
for the specified LUN.

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