Hi to all :) To most of you it'll prolly sound like a very silly question to ask, however to me as a fresh network trainee the answer is unfortunately not so obvious.
So, the question is whether the first row (counting from the top) contains odd or even-numbered ports?
The reason why I ask it at all is b/c my intuition would tell me that the little triangular icons above the ports indicate the position of a given port, so "▽1" would mean that the port highlighted in blue is going to be Gi1/0/1 and so the port highlighted in orange is going to be Gi1/0/2.
However, when I look at the drawings by my more experienced colleagues at work, they seem to see it the other way round. I'm not entirely convinced though that they paid any attention to the vendor's pictograms and didn't do things out of habit based on their experience with Cisco hardware.
Which is why I hope that someone here, who's got a hands-on experience with HP switches will be able to clarify this issue for me.
PS. I have no physical access to the device so I cannot check it with my own hands by playing with cables...