It's a pity the nsshow doesn't work for E-Ports.
Any idea how to get the port WWN for an E-Port?
I want to check the Port Numbers.
I have worked around this. Now I get the trunkshow information, where I extract the informations I need. In PowerShell I then have the local switchname, the local port, the remote port and the remote wwn, which I convert to the remote switchname, as I get values from all switches, including name and WWN.