I looked up what page 83 contains. If you are looking for a SCSI unique ID, I don’t know what that maps to with regards to API IDs. The API lun-list-info returns serial-number and uuid. Could one of these elements be what you’re looking for? Since it sounds like you’re want disk information, I would look at disk-list-info. There is disk-uuid.
Is there a way to obtain this information via the ONTAP CLI? If so, what is the CLI command? Usually if the ONTAP CLI command is known, you can find he appropriate API.
The scsimodeselect command sets the mode select pages of a device to new values. Mode select pages define the configurations of a device, and some of these values may be changed. For example, setting the compression values on a tape drive requires setting the 0x0f mode page. Setting new sector sizes before a drive is reformated requires setting another mode page.
The -p option sets the mode page to retrieve.
The -o option determines the byte offset in the mode parameters to change.
The -v option indicates the new value for a given byte offset denoted by the -o option.
Several -o and -v values can be set and changed at the same time. For example, to change byte number 0x08 and byte number 0x1f in mode page 0xe on device SWITCH:8.3 to 0xff and 0x38 respectively, the command line would be `scsi modeselect -p 0xe -o 0x08 -v 0xff -o 0x1f -v 0x38 SWITCH:8.3'.
The device_name field is the target device name and is specified using the electrial name format. Examples include `8.3' and `SWITCH:4.3'.