Hi Jay,Unfortunately there is no such feature in TIPC. TIPC on node A will 
detect that the connectivity to all other nodes is lost, and vice versa, but 
there is no way they can tell *why* this happened.
///Jon

    On Monday, January 13, 2020, 12:48:47 PM GMT-5, Jay Pelletier 
<jpellet...@netnumber.com> wrote:  
 
 Hello all,

I have a bit of a general question.  Is TIPC able to detect when a port on a 
network switch is disabled?

To further illustrate, here is the scenario:

A 3 node cluster where each node is connected to one another via a network 
switch.  When the port for the connection of one of the nodes (lets call it 
Node A) is disabled (not disconnected), Node A is reporting that the status of 
the bearer still active.  Is there any way for Node A to properly report the 
status of its bearer in this scenario?

Thanks in advance,
Jay P

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