For example, let us assume port A is connected to port B. If a you remove the connection between port A and port B, and connect port A to port C while port B remains not connected to any other port then:
•If port C was previously never connected to another device, a black line will appear between A and C and a dotted line between A and B. The A—B connection is displayed as not-in-network state.
•If B or C was previoulsy connected to another port, it does not represent a not-in-network situation, and hence no dotted lines is displayed."
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