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What is the command to display the port status of the Brocade switches.

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Hi

We have Brocade san switches (not Fibre) I would like to see the status of all the  ports. I went to putty and  

ADC-SAN-SW1#Show ip interface brief
Invalid input -> Interface brief
Type ?for a list

I can see any specific commands to see the port status.
Please help , and tutorials would be great.
Thanks
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sh int | i line proto
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without knowing the exact model, this should work (MLX, CER, FCX, and ICX switches and routers)
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