The port priority is defined as the port priority + the interface number. The port priority is 128 by default, but can be adjusted anywhere from 0 to 240 in increments of 16 (0, 16, 32, 48 etc). The interface number is composed of 12 bits so this number can be anywhere between 0 and 4096. This means that a switch with up to 4096 ports can be acomodated.
From this information, the port priority is always priority.port. This means that by default, the priority of port FastEthernet 0/14 will always be 128.14.
This is defined in section 9.2.7 Encoding of Port Identifiers on the 802.1D-2004 specification and can also be found in this Cisco command reference.
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