HP 316095-B21 - StorageWorks Edge Switch 2/24 User Manual

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Embedded Web Server
Product Version: FW v06.xx/HAFM SW v08.02.00
Third Edition (July 2004)
Part Number: AA–RTDRC–TE/623–000006–001
This guide describes the Embedded Web Server (EWS) and its features. It tells you how to use
EWS to configure, operate, and monitor Storage Area Networks (SANs).

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    User Guide hp StorageWorks Embedded Web Server Product Version: FW v06.xx/HAFM SW v08.02.00 Third Edition (July 2004) Part Number: AA–RTDRC–TE/623–000006–001 This guide describes the Embedded Web Server (EWS) and its features. It tells you how to use EWS to configure, operate, and monitor Storage Area Networks (SANs).

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    © Copyright 2000–2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents About this Guide........... .9 Overview.

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    Contents Configuring the Product..........29 Factory Default Values .

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    Contents Fabric Binding and the Enterprise Fabric Mode ......72 Switch Binding and the Enterprise Fabric Mode......72 Rerouting Delay and the Enterprise Fabric Mode .

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    Contents Parts of the Product Graphic ......... . 113 Viewing Fabric Topology .

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    Contents Activating (Installing) Optional Features ........152 A Error Messages .

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    Contents 33 Port List tab view ............119 34 Port Statistics tab view .

  • Page 9: About This Guide

    About This Guide About this Guide This user guide provides information to help you: Use the Embedded Web Server (EWS) to configure and manage the following About this Guide HP StorageWorks products: — Director 2/64 — Director 2/140 — Edge Switch 2/12 —...

  • Page 10: Overview, Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    About this Guide Overview This section covers the following topics: Intended Audience Related Documentation Intended Audience This book is intended for use by data center administrators, LAN administrators, operations personnel, and customer support personnel who administer user access to this application and monitor and manage product operation. Related Documentation For a list of corresponding documentation, see the Related Documents section of the Release Notes that came with the product.

  • Page 11: Conventions, Document Conventions, Text Symbols

    About this Guide Conventions Conventions consist of the following: Document Conventions Text Symbols Equipment Symbols Document Conventions This document follows the conventions in Table Table 1: Document Conventions Convention Element Blue text: Figure 1 Cross-reference links Bold Menu items, buttons, and key, tab, and box names Italics Text emphasis and document titles in...

  • Page 12: Equipment Symbols

    About this Guide Caution: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data. Tip: Text in a tip provides additional help to readers by providing nonessential or optional techniques, procedures, or shortcuts. Note: Text set off in this manner presents commentary, sidelights, or interesting points of information.

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    About this Guide Any surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component. Contact with this surface could result in injury. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from a hot component, allow the surface to cool before touching.

  • Page 14: Rack Stability

    About this Guide Rack Stability Rack stability protects personnel and equipment. To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the WARNING: equipment, be sure that: The leveling jacks are extended to the floor. The full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks. In single rack installations, the stabilizing feet are attached to the rack.

  • Page 15: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Storage Web Site, Hp Authorized Reseller

    About this Guide Getting Help If you still have a question after reading this guide, contact an HP authorized service provider or access our web site: http://www.hp.com. HP Technical Support Telephone numbers for worldwide technical support are listed on the following HP web site: http://www.hp.com/support/.

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    About this Guide Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 17: Introduction

    Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the EWS and describes its user interface. This chapter includes the following topics: Overview, page 18 Using EWS to Perform Tasks, page 19 Viewing the User Interface, page 21 Benefits, page 23 Terms, page 24 Suggested Reading, page 25 Where to...

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    Introduction Overview The Embedded Web Server (EWS) is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI), based on HTML, that enables the user to administer products, monitor products and ports, and perform tasks to manage a simple Storage Area Network (SAN). You can also use EWS to perform troubleshooting tasks and upgrade product firmware.

  • Page 19: Using Ews To Perform Tasks

    Introduction Using EWS to Perform Tasks Users can perform the following tasks using EWS: Display the properties and operational status of the product, FRUs, and Fibre Channel ports; display product operating parameters; and display fabric parameters. Configure the director or edge switch, including: —...

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    Introduction — Control product ports on an individual basis. — Troubleshoot problems using event log and error status indicators. Administrators and operators can access real-time information about the product and fabric. The EWS interface can be opened from a standard web browser running Netscape ®...

  • Page 21: Viewing The User Interface, Example Embedded Web Server Page For Edge Switch 2/24

    Introduction Viewing the User Interface When the EWS interface opens, the default display is the View page. Figure 1 shows an example EWS view with labels for the various parts of the image. This example shows the Configure > Switch > Identification screen for the Edge Switch 2/24.

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    Introduction — Operations — At the Operations page, the Director or Switch (default), Port, Maintenance, and Feature Installation task selection tabs display. — Help — The Help option opens online user documentation that supports the EWS interface. This manual supplements the online help that is included with the EWS interface.

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    Introduction Benefits The EWS interface provides the following benefits: Enables a single product to be managed from a single point of access. Allows an administrator to manage a product from any location (such as their office, a raised floor area, or a conference room) within the company’s public/private networks.

  • Page 24: Key Terms, Fabric, Storage Area Network (san), Zone (zoning), Zone Member, Zone Set

    Introduction Key Terms This section provides key terms that will help you perform tasks, especially tasks such as zoning. Fabric Entity that interconnects N_Ports and is capable of routing (switching) Fibre Channel frames using the destination ID information in the Fibre Channel frame header accompanying the frames.

  • Page 25: Suggested Reading

    Hewlett-Packard web site or from the CD (http://www.hp.com) shipped with the Hewlett-Packard product you purchased. Another publication you may want to read is Compaq StorageWorks SAN Switch Zoning Reference Guide, which is a white paper on zoning fundamentals. It is available online from the Hewlett-Packard web site (http://www.hp.com)

  • Page 26: Where To Start

    Introduction Where to Start Depending upon whether the Hewlett-Packard product you purchased has already been installed, you may need to go to a specific chapter. If the product has not been installed, you should start at “Configuring the Product” on page 29.

  • Page 27: Starting Ews, Logon Dialog Box

    Introduction Starting EWS Open the EWS interface as follows: 1. Ensure the workstation (or device you use to launch the web browser) and the Ethernet LAN segment containing the product, such as Edge Switch 2/24, are attached and connected through the Internet. Note: You must be able to make a connection between the web browser and the product in order to log in to the product.

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    Introduction Note: The default user name is available from the installation and service guide that was shipped with the product. The user name and password are case-sensitive. Also, during installation, the default values may have been changed. If defaults have changed, contact your system administrator for the valid user names and passwords.

  • Page 29: Configuring The Product

    Configuring the Product This chapter describes how to configure an HP product using the EWS interface. These procedures can be used to configure a product after installation and as changes are needed. You can use the tabs of the Configure page to configure the following aspects of a director or edge switch: Factory Default Values, page 30...

  • Page 30: Factory Default Values

    Configuring the Product Factory Default Values HP products on a SAN have preset, default configuration values that were set in the factory. The items that have factory-set default values are: Passwords (customer and maintenance-level) Internet Protocol (IP) address Subnet mask Gateway address The specific default values associated with a particular HP product are documented in the installation and service manual for the product.

  • Page 31: Configuring Ports

    Configuring the Product Configuring Ports Perform procedures in this section to configure names and operating characteristics for Fibre Channel ports. To configure one or more ports: 1. If you are going to change the Speed parameter on a Director 2/64, set the product offline as follows: a.

  • Page 32: Configure Ports Tab View

    Configuring the Product Figure 4: Configure Ports tab view a. For each port to be configured, type a port name of 24 alphanumeric characters or less in the associated Name field. Note: When naming ports, you may want to name each port based on the device attached to the port.

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    Configuring the Product You can enable extended distance for a port even if it is not an extended distance port. However, enabling extended distance buffering for a port disables the ability of the port to send broadcast traffic. When you choose this option, the port can support up to 60 buffer-to-buffer credits (BB_Credits) to handle link distances up to 100 km.

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    Configuring the Product 4. If the product is offline, set the product online as follows: a. Choose Operations from the navigation panel. The Operations page displays. b. Click the Online State tab, then click Set Online. The following message message displays: Your operations changes have been successfully activated.

  • Page 35: Configuring Product Identification, Configure Product Identification Tab View

    Configuring the Product Configuring Product Identification Perform this procedure to configure the HP product’s name, description, location, and contact person. The Name, Location, and Contact variables configured here correspond respectively to the variables used by SNMP management workstations when obtaining data from managed edge switches or directors. To configure identification: 1.

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    Configuring the Product c. Type the product’s physical location (255 alphanumeric characters or less) in the Location field. d. Type the name of a contact person (255 alphanumeric characters or less) in the Contact field. 2. Click Activate to save and activate the changes. The following message displays: Your changes to the identification configuration have been successfully activated.

  • Page 37: Configuring Date And Time, Configure Date And Time Tab View

    Configuring the Product Configuring Date and Time Perform this procedure to configure the effective date and time for the product. To set the date and time: 1. Choose Configure from the navigation panel. Choose the Switch or Director tab, as appropriate. Click the Date/Time tab to display the Date/Time tab view (Figure Figure 6: Configure Date and Time tab view...

  • Page 38: Configuring Operating Parameters, Configure Product Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product Configuring Operating Parameters Perform this procedure to configure the product’s preferred domain ID, insistent domain ID, rerouting delay, and domain registered state change notifications (RSCN). The product must be set offline to configure the preferred domain ID. To configure parameters: 1.

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    Configuring the Product b. At the Insistent Domain ID field, choose Enabled or Disabled. When this parameter is enabled, the domain ID configured in the Preferred Domain ID field becomes the active domain identification when the fabric initializes. (The Insistent Domain ID is automatically enabled if the SANtegrity Binding feature is installed.) Note: If Enterprise Fabric Mode (an optional SANtegrity Binding feature) or Fabric...

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    Configuring the Product Note: Some older versions of EWS may show the Zoning Configuration Change RSCNs field for this item. The functionality is the same. If you are configuring parameters for the Director 2/64, a Switch Speed field is displayed. Choose 1 Gb/sec or 2 Gb/sec. These options specify the speed used on the switch.

  • Page 41: Configuring Fabric Parameters

    Configuring the Product Configuring Fabric Parameters Perform this procedure to configure the fabric operating parameters, including resource allocation time out value (R_A_TOV), E_D_TOV, switch priority, interop mode, and buffer-to-buffer credit. The product must be set offline. Note: An Edge Switch 2/12 cannot participate in a fabric unless the Fabric Capable Edge Switch 2/12 Installation feature is enabled.

  • Page 42: Fabric Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product Figure 8: Fabric Parameters tab view a. At the BB_Credit field, type a value between 1 and 60. (This field is not available for the Edge Switch 2/24.) Configure the product to support buffer-to-buffer credit (BB_Credit) from 1 through 60. This is the value used for all ports, except those configured for extended distance buffering (10—100 km).

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    Configuring the Product Note: If the product is attached to a fabric element, the product and fabric element must be set to the same E_D_TOV value. If the values are not identical, the E_Port connection to the element fails and the product cannot communicate with the fabric. d.

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    Configuring the Product — Open Fabric 1.0 — Choose this option for managing heterogeneous fabrics and if the product is fabric-attached to HP directors or switches and open-fabric compliant switches produced by other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). This setting is the default. 4.

  • Page 45: Configuring Network Information, Configuring Network Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product Configuring Network Information Verify the type of LAN installation with the customer’s network administrator. If one HP product is installed on a dedicated LAN, network information (IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address) does not require change. If multiple HP products are installed or a public LAN segment is used, network information must be changed to conform to the customer’s LAN addressing scheme.

  • Page 46: Network Information Message Box

    Configuring the Product Figure 10: Network information message box 4. Update the address resolution protocol (ARP) table for the browser PC. Delete the product’s old IP address from the ARP table using the process that is appropriate for the operating system (OS) in use by the system. 5.

  • Page 47: Configuring Snmp, Configure Snmp Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product Configuring SNMP Note: The ability of the SNMP tab to configure SNMP depends on whether this licensed feature is active on the product. Perform this procedure to enable the SNMP agent, configure community names, write authorizations, network addresses, and user datagram protocol (UDP) port numbers for up to six SNMP trap message recipients.

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    Configuring the Product c. Select a Fibre Alliance Management Information Base (FA MIB) version in the FA MIB Version field. The options are FA MIB 3.0 and FA MIB 3.1. This should be set to match the level of FA MIB used by the SNMP management stations that access the product.

  • Page 49: Enabling Or Disabling The Cli, Disabling The Cli

    Configuring the Product Enabling or Disabling the CLI Perform this procedure to enable or disable the state of the product’s command line interface (CLI). To change the CLI state: 1. Choose Configure from the navigation panel. 2. Click the Management tab and the CLI tab. The CLI tab view displays (Figure 12).

  • Page 50: Enabling Or Disabling Host Control, Enabling Osms Host Control

    Configuring the Product Enabling or Disabling Host Control Perform this procedure to enable or disable host control of the product through the OSMS. The OSMS is a keyed feature that allows host control and inband management of the director or switch through a management application that resides on an open-systems interconnection (OSI) device.

  • Page 51: Zoning Tab View

    Configuring the Product Zoning Tab View The functionality provided by the Zoning tab view is described in “Configuring Zones” on page 81. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 52: Configuring User Rights, Configuring User Ids

    Configuring the Product Configuring User Rights EWS has two login IDs, the administrator-level ID and the operator-level ID. These user names and passwords are used to access the EWS interface through the Enter Network Password dialog box. (For a listing of user rights availability for the Administrator and Operator, see “User Rights Settings”...

  • Page 53: User Rights Settings, User Rights Levels

    Configuring the Product c. Type the administrator password again in the Confirm New Password field. 4. For the Operator set of data fields: a. Type the operator user name (as specified by the customer’s network administrator) in the New User Name field. Use 16 alphanumeric characters or less.

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    Configuring the Product Table 2: User Rights Levels (Continued) Administrator Operator Functionality Rights Rights Configure: Product Identification Available Unavailable Configure: Product Date/Time Available Unavailable Configure: Product Parameters Available Unavailable Configure: Fabric Parameters Available Unavailable Configure: Product Network Available Unavailable Configure: Management SNMP Available Unavailable Configure: Management CLI...

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    Configuring the Product Table 2: User Rights Levels (Continued) Administrator Operator Functionality Rights Rights Operations: Maintenance Dump Available Unavailable Retrieval Operations: Maintenance Product Available Unavailable Info Operations: Maintenance Firmware Available Unavailable Upgrade Operations: Feature Installation Available Unavailable Help Available Available Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 56: Binding Ports To Devices, Configuring Port Binding

    Configuring the Product Binding Ports to Devices The Port Binding tab view enables you to bind a specific switch or director port to the WWN of an attached device for exclusive communication. To configure port binding: 1. Choose Configure from the navigation panel. 2.

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    Configuring the Product 5. Click the Activate button at the bottom of the screen. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 58: Configuring Switch Binding, Enable, Disable, And Online State Functions

    Configuring the Product Configuring Switch Binding Switch Binding functionality enables you to identify the devices with which the switch or director can communicate. Switch Binding is available only if the SANtegrity Binding feature is installed. The Switch Binding tab view allows you to enable the product to communicate only with devices that are listed on the Switch Binding Membership List (SBML).

  • Page 59: Enabling And Disabling Switch Binding

    Configuring the Product WWNs can be added to the SBML without regard to whether Switch Binding is enabled or disabled. If the director or switch is online and Switch Binding is not enabled, all nodes and switches attached to the director or switch are automatically added to the SBML.

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    Configuring the Product Figure 16: Configuring Switch Binding 3. Enable or disable Switch Binding by selecting one of the following options from the Switch Binding State drop-down list. Available selections are: Enable & Restrict E Ports — Enables the switch to bind to devices listed on the SBML through E_Ports only.

  • Page 61: Configuring The Switch Binding Membership List, Adding A List Member, Deleting A List Member

    Configuring the Product Configuring the Switch Binding Membership List The SBML contains the WWNs of devices that are allowed to communicate with the switch when Switch Binding is enabled. This list is configured using the Switch Binding tab. The contents of the SBML are shown at the bottom of the tab, listed by WWN. The tab can show up to 64 list members.

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    Configuring the Product To delete a member from the SBML, perform the following procedure: 1. Select Configure from the navigation panel. 2. Select the Security tab and the Switch Binding tab. The Switch Binding tab view displays (Figure 16). 3. Select the Delete button next to the listing for the member. 4.

  • Page 63: Configuring Fabric Binding, Fabric Binding Membership Terminology

    Configuring the Product Configuring Fabric Binding Fabric Binding functionality, provided by the SANtegrity Binding feature, allows you to bind the switch or director to specified fabrics so that it can communicate only with those fabrics. With Fabric Binding enabled, the product can communicate only with fabrics that are included in the Fabric Binding Membership List (FBML).

  • Page 64: Enable, Disable, And Online State Functions, Parts Of The Fabric Binding Tab

    Configuring the Product Enable, Disable, and Online State Functions In order for Fabric Binding to function, specific operating parameters and optional features must be enabled. Also, there are specific requirements for disabling these parameters and features when the director or switch is offline or online. Be aware of the following: Because switches are bound to a fabric by WWN and domain ID, the Insistent Domain ID function is automatically enabled if Fabric Binding is enabled.

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    Configuring the Product Figure 17: Configuring Fabric Binding The Fabric Binding tab is divided into sections by the following headings: Fabric Binding Status—Identifies whether Fabric Binding is active or inactive on the product. Actions to Modify the Active Fabric Binding Membership List (FBML)—Enables you to activate and deactivate Fabric Binding using the following buttons: —...

  • Page 66: Checking Fabric Binding Status, Activating Fabric Binding

    Configuring the Product Actions to Modify the Pending Fabric Binding Membership List (FBML)—Enables you to modify the pending FBML using the following buttons: — Delete All — By selecting this button, you can delete all members from the pending FBML that are not attached to the current fabric. Members that are attached must remain in the list, because the membership list must contain all attached members to be activated.

  • Page 67: Deactivating Fabric Binding, Configuring The Pending Fbml

    Configuring the Product Note: Fabric Binding is also enabled automatically, when the Enterprise Fabric Mode is enabled. However, in this case, only attached fabric members are included in the active FBML. For more information, see “Fabric Binding and the Enterprise Fabric Mode”...

  • Page 68: Determining If The Pending Fbml And Active Fbml Are Identical, Adding To The Pending Fbml

    Configuring the Product To populate the pending FBML with the active FBML list, see “Loading All Active FBML Members to the Pending FBML” on page 69. To populate the pending FBML with all of the attached switches or directors, “Loading Only Attached Members to the Pending FBML”...

  • Page 69: Deleting A Member From The Pending Fbml

    Configuring the Product Note: The added members of the pending FBML do not participate in Fabric Binding until the list is saved and activated. To activate the pending FBML, see “Activating the Pending FBML” on page 70. Deleting a Member from the Pending FBML To delete a member of the pending FBML, perform the following procedure: 1.

  • Page 70: Loading Only Attached Members To The Pending Fbml, Activating The Pending Fbml

    Configuring the Product Loading Only Attached Members to the Pending FBML As an efficient starting point for populating the pending FBML for editing, you may want to start with a list that contains the entries that are required for the pending FBML to become active.

  • Page 71: Configuring Enterprise Fabric Mode, Features And Parameters Enabled With Enterprise Fabric Mode

    Configuring the Product Configuring Enterprise Fabric Mode Select Configure from the navigation panel. Select the Security tab and the EFM tab; the Enterprise Fabric Mode tab view displays (Figure 18). The Enterprise Fabric Mode automatically enables the features that FICON devices need to participate in a fabric.

  • Page 72: Fabric Binding And The Enterprise Fabric Mode, Switch Binding And The Enterprise Fabric Mode

    Configuring the Product “Domain RSCNs and the Enterprise Fabric Mode” on page 73 “Insistent Domain Identification (ID) and the Enterprise Fabric Mode” on page 73 Fabric Binding and the Enterprise Fabric Mode Fabric Binding is a SANtegrity Binding feature that prohibits switches and directors from communicating with switches or directors that are not part of the fabric.

  • Page 73: Domain Rscns And The Enterprise Fabric Mode

    Configuring the Product If Rerouting Delay is enabled, traffic ceases in the fabric for the time specified in the E_D_TOV field of the Configure Fabric Parameters dialog box (for more information, see “Configuring Fabric Parameters” on page 41). This delay enables frames sent using the old path to arrive at their destination before frames begin traversing the new path.

  • Page 74: Configuring Open Trunking

    Configuring the Product Configuring Open Trunking The Open Trunking page enables you to configure open trunking settings. Open Trunking is an optional software feature that is enabled using a feature key. The purpose of Open Trunking is to make efficient use of redundant interswitch links (ISLs) between neighboring switches by means of load balancing.

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    Configuring the Product Note: For the Director 2/140, ports are displayed through several pages in groups of 32. To configure all of the ports, make sure you go through each set. You must click Activate for each view before moving to the next. To configure Open Trunking: 1.

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    Configuring the Product Note: Earlier versions of this dialog box may display Credit Starvation Threshold instead of the Low BB Credit Threshold. The system monitors the percentage of time that the port experiences no transmit BB_credits on the link. The link cannot transmit without BB_credits. When the threshold is exceeded, the system reroutes flows away from the ISL that is experiencing this problem.

  • Page 77: Installing Feature Keys

    Configuring the Product Installing Feature Keys Perform this procedure to install one or more of the following optional features: OSMS — The Open Systems Management Server feature allows open systems host control of the product. FICON Management Server — The FICON Management Server feature allows host control and inband management of the director or switch through an IBM System/390 or zSeries 900 Parallel Enterprise Server server attached to a director or switch port.

  • Page 78: Feature Installation Tab View

    Configuring the Product The feature key can be installed while the product is online, except in the following circumstances: With E/OS 3.0 or earlier, the product must be offline before a feature can be enabled. If the new feature key removes existing functionality, the product must be offline during the installation process.

  • Page 79: Saving Configuration Information

    Configuring the Product Note: When Activate is selected, all current features are removed and replaced with the features specified in the feature key. Features not included in the new feature key are no longer available on the system. Because of this, it is important to verify that the feature key enables all desired features.

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    Configuring the Product Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 81: Configuring Zones

    Configuring Zones This chapter provides an overview of zoning and describes how to configure zones and zone sets. This chapter includes the following topics: Understanding Zoning, page 82 Configuring, Adding, or Deleting Zones, page 92 Configuring Zone Sets, page 96 Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 82: Understanding Zoning, Controlling Access Across A Fabric

    Configuring Zones Understanding Zoning Designing zoning can be a complex task, especially for multiswitch fabrics. Consult with your managed product vendor’s professional services organization before configuring zoning. This section is designed to help you understand the following concepts so that you can more efficiently use Embedded Web Server features to configure and manage zones across a multiswitch fabric: Benefits of zoning.

  • Page 83: Zoning Through A Single Fibre Channel Managed Product

    Configuring Zones Create groups of devices that are separate from devices in the rest of a fabric. Zoning allows certain processes (such as maintenance or testing) to be performed on devices in one group without interrupting devices in other groups. Allow temporary access between devices for specific purposes.

  • Page 84: Controlling Access At The Switch, Zoning Through A Multiswitch Fabric

    Configuring Zones zoning through a multiswitch fabric Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Interswitch Link Director Director Director Figure 22: Zoning through a multiswitch fabric Controlling Access at the Switch A port binding feature is available on switches and directors that allows you to bind a specific switch or director port to the WWN of an attached device for exclusive communication.

  • Page 85: Controlling Access At The Server Or Storage Device

    Configuring Zones Controlling Access at the Server or Storage Device Features available at the server or storage device can add methods, beyond zoning, to increase network security measures, differentiate between operating systems, and prevent data loss or corruption by controlling access between devices or between separate user groups (such as engineering or human resources).

  • Page 86: Zoning Concepts, Naming Conventions For Zones And Zone Sets, Zones

    Configuring Zones Is typically proprietary and protects only a specific vendor’s storage devices. Storage-level access control may not be available for many legacy devices. Before establishing persistent binding or access control features at the storage device, consult with your managed-product vendor’s professional services organization.

  • Page 87: Using Wwns

    Configuring Zones configure for a zone varies according to the number of zones in the zone set, the length of the zone names, and other factors, but is essentially bounded by the available nonvolatile random-access memory (NVRAM) in the managed product. Port numbers cannot be used for zone members if the interoperability mode for Note: the switch or director is set to Open Fabric 1.0 mode.

  • Page 88: Using Port Numbers, Default Zone

    Configuring Zones Using Port Numbers To identify a zone member by port number, use the domain identification number of the managed product and the port number on that managed product. For example: Domain 1, Port 1 Note: Port numbers cannot be used for zone members if the interoperability mode for the switch or director is set to Open Fabric 1.0 mode.

  • Page 89: Zone Sets, Active Zone Set, Merging Zoned Fabrics

    Configuring Zones When no zone set is activated, then all devices are considered to be in the default zone. If a zone set is active, then all connected devices that are not included as members of a zone in the active zone set are included in the default zone. Zone Sets A zone set is a group of zones that you can activate or deactivate as a single entity across all managed products in either a single switch or a multiswitch fabric.

  • Page 90: Rules For Merging Zoned Fabrics

    Configuring Zones When fabrics join through an ISL, adjacent managed products exchange active zone configurations and determine if the configurations are compatible and can merge. Zoning configurations are compatible if the active zone names in each fabric are unique. If there are identical zone names in each fabric, then the zones must have identical members for the fabrics to join.

  • Page 91: Merging Zones

    Configuring Zones Table 3: Merging Zones Fabric A Fabric B Result Not zoned Not zoned Fabrics join successfully. The new fabric remains not zoned. Not zoned Zoned Fabrics join successfully and the active zone set will propagate across the fabric. Fabric A inherits zoning configuration from Fabric B.

  • Page 92: Configuring, Adding, Or Deleting Zones, Configuring Zones

    Configuring Zones Configuring, Adding, or Deleting Zones Perform this procedure to configure, change, add, or delete zones. A zone is a group of devices that can access each other through port-to-port connections. Devices in the same zone can recognize and communicate with each other; devices in different zones cannot.

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    Configuring Zones The first character of a zone set name must be a letter (A through Z or a through z). A zone set name cannot contain spaces. Valid characters are alphanumerics and the caret ( ^ ), hyphen ( - ), underscore ( _ ), or dollar ( $ ) symbols. A zone set name can have a maximum of 64 characters.

  • Page 94: Modify Zone Tab View

    Configuring Zones Figure 24: Modify Zone tab view Rename the zone — To rename a configured zone, type the new name in the Zone field and click Rename Zone. After the name is validated, the zone name is changed. 6. Nodes may be local to this product or they may be attached to a remote fabric member.

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    Configuring Zones Add member by WWN — Type the WWN of a device in the World Wide Name field and click the adjacent Add Member button. The device is added to the zone. Add member by domain ID and port number — Type the domain ID (1 through 31) of the switch in the Domain ID field, type the switch port number to which a device is attached, and click the adjacent Add Member button.

  • Page 96: Configuring Zone Sets, Zone Set Tab View

    Configuring Zones Configuring Zone Sets Perform this procedure to configure, change, enable, or disable zone sets. A zone set is a group of zones that is activated or deactivated as a single entity across all managed products in either a single switch or a multiswitch fabric. Only one zone set can be active at one time.

  • Page 97

    Configuring Zones Enable or disable default zone — To toggle (enable or disable) the default zone state, click Enable Default Zone or Disable Default Zone. Depending on the toggle state, the Default Zone field changes to Enabled or Disabled. Disable zone set — To disable the active zone set and place all attached devices in the default zone, click Disable Zone Set.

  • Page 98

    Configuring Zones Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 99: Viewing Product And Fabric Data

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data This chapter describes how to use the Embedded Web Server to view information related to the configuration, status, and communications of a product using the View page. You can use EWS to view configuration information for the product and the fabric in which the product participates.

  • Page 100: Viewing Product Information, Viewing A Representation Of The Product, Switch Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing Product Information The View panel of the EWS interface enables you to see a representation of the physical product, whether a director or switch, and view the various IDs and configuration items for the product. Viewing a Representation of the Product To view the representation of the product, choose View from the navigation panel.

  • Page 101: State Definitions

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Table 4: State Definitions State Description OFFLINE When the product is OFFLINE, all ports are offline. The ports cannot accept a login from an attached device and cannot connect to other switches. You can configure this state through the Online State tab view (See “Setting Product Online or...

  • Page 102: Viewing Port Properties, Status Indicators

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Table 5: Status Indicators View LED Name Color Behavior Front System Power Green Off when the LAN is down. On when the LAN is up. System Error Amber Off when the SEL on the Light (SEL) hardware is off.

  • Page 103: Port Properties Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Figure 27: Port Properties tab view 3. To display properties for a specific port, insert the port’s number in the Port Number field and click the Get Port Properties button. (You can also use the <<Back and Fwd>> buttons to view port information incrementally, one at a time.) The Port Properties page provides the following information: Port Number —...

  • Page 104

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data — GX_Port — Valid only on the Edge Switch 2/24; allows a port to operate as either a Fabric Loop Port, Fabric Port, or an Expansion Port. This displays if nothing is logged into the port and the port is configured to be a GX_Port.

  • Page 105

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data — No Principal Switch — No Response from Attached Switch — ELP Retransmission Failure Timeout — If Operational State is Invalid Attachment: — Unknown — ISL connection not allowed on this port — ELP rejected by the attached switch —...

  • Page 106: Viewing Fru Properties, Fru Properties Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data — Media — The Fibre Channel mode and optic size: Single-Mode, Multi-Mode 50 micrometer, Multi-Mode 62.5 micrometer, Multi-Mode 50, 62.5 micrometer, or Unknown. — Speed — The speed capability of the product. Values that may display include 1 Gb/s, 2 Gb/s, and Unknown.

  • Page 107: Viewing Unit Properties, Unit Properties Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Status — Status of the FRU: Active, Backup, Failed, or Not Installed. Part number — The OEM part number, as set in non-volatile memory of the FRU (if applicable). Serial number — Serial number of the FRU, as set in its non-volatile memory (if applicable).

  • Page 108: Viewing Operating Parameters For The Product, Operating Parameters Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Type Number — Type Number of the product (such as 6064 for the Director 2/64). Model Number — Model Number of the product. Manufacturer — Three-letter identifier of the product’s manufacturer. Serial Number — Product serial number. EC Level —...

  • Page 109

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Preferred Domain ID — The ID to be used if the product participates in a multiswitch fabric. The preferred domain ID must be unique for each director and switch in a fabric. Active Domain ID — The domain ID assigned to the switch. FC Address Domain ID —...

  • Page 110: Viewing Fabric Information, Viewing Operating Parameters For A Fabric, Viewing Fabric Directors And Switches

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing Fabric Information Options on the View panel of the EWS interface enable you to see information about the fabric in which a product participates. You can view each of the following: Operating parameters for a fabric. Information about each of the devices that make up the fabric.

  • Page 111: Fabric Tab With Products Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Note: The page may take some time to display. If the message Attempting to Collect Data displays in a product cell, you may want to refresh the image to load data that has been collected. Click the Refresh icon at the top right of the window.

  • Page 112: Parts Of The Product Cell, Product Cell Information, Information On The Product Cell

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Note: If the message Attempting to Collect Data displays in a product cell, you may want to reload the page, because it will not update automatically after the initial view is loaded. Parts of the Product Cell The product cell has the following parts: A graphic representation of the device and its status.

  • Page 113: Parts Of The Product Graphic

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Table 6: Information on the Product Cell Information Description Availability Name Nickname assigned to the HP high availability fabric product. directors and switches only. Firmware Level of firmware used by the HP high availability fabric product.

  • Page 114: Viewing Fabric Topology, Operating Status Symbols

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data — Generic product. All other HP products in the fabric have a generic product graphic. The generic product graphic does not provide a link to the device’s default page. The symbols that display behind the product graphic indicate the status of the product.

  • Page 115: Fabric Tab With Topology Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data 2. Choose the Fabric tab and the Topology tab. The Topology tab view displays (Figure 32). Figure 32: Fabric tab with Topology tab view Note: If you attempt to access this page during a fabric build, or any other instance in which the fabric is not operational, only the top line of the page displays, with the message Fabric Not Operational.

  • Page 116: Components Of The Topology Page

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Table 8: Components of the Topology Page Part of Page Component Description Host Information Topology From Identifies the host product that is providing the fabric topology information. All information on the page is provided from the point of view of the host machine.

  • Page 117: Monitoring Products

    Monitoring Products The Monitor page is used to access information about the product including port and node information as well as critical information about performance. Key tasks you can perform to troubleshoot problems from the Monitor page are: Monitoring Ports, page 118 Accessing Port Statistics, page 121 Viewing...

  • Page 118: Monitoring Ports, Port List

    Monitoring Products Monitoring Ports You can obtain information about ports from the Port List and Port Stats tab views. Port List Choose Monitor on the navigation panel. The Port List tab view displays (Figure 33). The Port List tab view provides the following information including information on the port state: Port # —...

  • Page 119: Port Operational States, Port List Tab View

    Monitoring Products Figure 33: Port List tab view Port Operational States The State column of the Port List tab view displays one of the following operational states: Beaconing — The port is beaconing, which means that the beaconing light is flashing on the physical hardware. (A port in a failed state cannot beacon.) Inactive —...

  • Page 120

    Monitoring Products Not installed — The port optics are not installed or the feature that provides additional port function is not enabled. Not Operational — The switch port is receiving the Fibre Channel not operational sequence (NOS) indicating that the attached device is not operational.

  • Page 121: Accessing Port Statistics, Troubleshooting Tip For Port Stats, Port Statistics Tab View

    Monitoring Products Accessing Port Statistics Choose Monitor on the navigation panel. Choose the Port Stats tab; the Port Stats tab view displays (Figure 34). To display port statistics for a selected port, enter a port number in the Port Number field and choose Get Port Statistics. (You can also choose the Back or Fwd buttons to view the previous or next port.) The Port Statistics are divided into Traffic Statistics, Error Statistics, Class Two Statistics, and Class Three Statistics.

  • Page 122: Parts Of Statistics Tables, Traffic Transmit And Receive Statistics

    Monitoring Products Parts of Statistics Tables The tables of statistics contain the following columns: Statistics — Type of statistic being tracked. # of Wraps — Number of times the Counter value wraps, for statistics that grow rapidly. The maximum value that either the Counter or the # of Wraps can hold is 2 , or 4,294,967,296.

  • Page 123: Error Statistics

    Monitoring Products LIPs Detected — A loop initialization primitive (LIP) was detected, which means the loop was completed. LIPs Generated — A loop initialization primitive was created to initialize a loop. Error Statistics The Error Statistics include these transmit and receive values: Link failures —...

  • Page 124: Class 2 Statistics, Class 3 Statistics, Open Trunking Statistics

    Monitoring Products Frames too short — A received frame exceeded the Fibre Channel frame maximum size or was less than the Fibre Channel minimum size, indicating the frame arrived at the switch’s port corrupted. Frame corruption may be caused by device disconnection, an optical transceiver failure at the device, a bad fiber cable, or a poor cable connection.

  • Page 125

    Monitoring Products Flows rerouted from ISL — The number of Fibre Channel traffic flows that were rerouted from this ISL to another ISL due to congestion. (This value increments only if the Open Trunking feature is installed.) Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 126: Viewing Logs, Logs Tab View

    Monitoring Products Viewing Logs Select Monitor on the navigation panel. Select the Logs tab; the Logs tab view displays (Figure 35). Figure 35: Logs Tab View The Logs tab provides links to the following logs: Event Log — A listing of messages generated by the product regarding errors and events.

  • Page 127: Viewing The Event Log, Error Event Code Categories, Event Log Viewer

    Monitoring Products Viewing the Event Log Select Monitor on the navigation panel. Select the Logs tab; the Logs tab view displays. Select the Event Log link. The Event Log displays in text format, as shown in Figure 36. The log displays in a separate browser window. Close the browser window to close the log.

  • Page 128: Clearing Event Log Entries

    Monitoring Products 5xx — port or universal port module card events 6xx — serial crossbar assembly (SBAR) events 8xx — thermal incident events For detailed information on event codes and isolating problems from event data, refer to the product installation and service manual. Note: In addition to the event log, another method to obtain operation information about the status of the product is from the Fabric tab view.

  • Page 129: Viewing The Open Trunking Re-route Log, Open Trunking Re-route Log View

    Monitoring Products Viewing the Open Trunking Re-Route Log Select Monitor on the navigation panel. Select the Logs tab; the Logs tab view displays. Select the Open Trunking Re-Route Log link. The Open Trunking Re-Route Log displays in text format, as shown in Figure 37.

  • Page 130: Clearing Open Trunking Re-route Log Entries

    Monitoring Products Clearing Open Trunking Re-Route Log Entries Note: Before clearing logs, make sure the logs are not needed for troubleshooting. Once a log is cleared, the data cannot be retrieved. To clear the Open Trunking Re-Route Log, select Monitor and select the Logs tab.

  • Page 131: Viewing The Link Incident Log, Link Incident Log View

    Monitoring Products Viewing the Link Incident Log Select Monitor on the navigation panel. Select the Logs tab; the Logs tab view displays. Select the Link Incident Log link. The Link Incident Log displays in text format, as shown in Figure 38.

  • Page 132: Clearing Link Incident Log Entries

    Monitoring Products — Timeout occurred for an appropriate response while in NOS receive state and after NOS is no longer recognized. Invalid primitive sequence received for the current link state. Either a link reset or a link reset response primitive sequence was recognized while waiting for the offline sequence.

  • Page 133: Viewing All Logs, Clearing All Log Entries, All Logs View

    Monitoring Products Viewing All Logs Select Monitor on the navigation panel. Select the Logs tab; the Logs tab view displays. Select the All Logs link. The All Logs listing displays in text format, as shown in Figure 39. The log displays in a separate browser window. Close the browser window to close the log.

  • Page 134: Viewing Node List, Node List Tab View

    Monitoring Products Viewing Node List Choose Monitor on the navigation panel. Choose the Node List tab; the Node List tab view displays (Figure 40). The Node List tab view displays information about all node attachments or N_Ports that have logged into existing F_Ports on the product.

  • Page 135: Products And Parts

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts The Operations page is used to manage the product and ports as well as perform maintenance tasks such as port diagnostics. You can access information and tools that are useful in troubleshooting from the Operations page. Key tasks you can perform to troubleshoot problems from the Operations page are: Setting Product Beaconing On or Off, page 136...

  • Page 136: Setting Product Beaconing On Or Off, Setting Product Beaconing

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Setting Product Beaconing On or Off Choose Operations from the navigation panel. The Switch or Director tab displays, depending on the type of product. Choose the Beacon tab; the Beacon tab view displays (Figure 41).

  • Page 137: Setting Product Online Or Offline, Setting Product Online Or Offline

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Setting Product Online or Offline Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Switch or Director tab as appropriate. Choose the Online State tab; the Online State tab view displays (Figure 42). A box displays with the current online state and a button that is used to change the state of the product.

  • Page 138: Resetting Product Configuration To Default Values, Resetting Product To Default Values

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Resetting Product Configuration to Default Values Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Switch or Director tab as appropriate. Choose the Reset Config tab; the Reset Config tab view displays (Figure 43). You can use this view to reset product configuration values. This enables you to reset all configuration data and nonvolatile settings to the factory default values including any data that was created from the Configure page and associated tabs.

  • Page 139

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Note: Before resetting the product, you may want to review the kinds of data that will be reset by browsing through the Configure page and associated tabs. If the product configuration is reset, management access of the product may be lost until the network information is restored.

  • Page 140: Clearing The System Error Light, System Error Light

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Clearing the System Error Light The amber system error light indicator, shown on the Switch or Director tab view of the View page, simulates the system error light on the actual switch. When this indicator illuminates, an event has occurred requiring immediate attention, such as the failure of the system, power supply/fan, or port.

  • Page 141: Set Individual Port Beaconing On Or Off, Setting Individual Port Beaconing On Or Off

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Set Individual Port Beaconing On or Off Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Port tab and the Beacon tab; the Beacon tab view displays (Figure 45). Use this view to enable or disable beaconing for individual ports.

  • Page 142: Resetting Ports, Resetting Ports

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Resetting Ports Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Port tab and the Reset tab; the Reset tab view displays (Figure 46). Use this page to reset ports. This action clears all statistics counters and disables port beaconing for the port. If a product is attached to the port and is online, this operation sends a link reset to the attached product;...

  • Page 143: Performing Diagnostics On Ports, Performing Diagnostics On Ports

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Performing Diagnostics on Ports Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Port tab and the Diagnostics tab; the Diagnostics tab view displays (Figure 47). Use this view to run either internal or external loopback diagnostic tests for any port. (Service personnel may request these tests to be conducted to aid in troubleshooting problems.) Internal loopback test —...

  • Page 144: Diagnostics Test In Progress

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Note: To identify port numbers on cards that you want to test, drag the mouse cursor across the cards in the Unit view. A label displays with the port number. 1. Enter a port number in the Targeted Port Number field. 2.

  • Page 145: Completed Diagnostics Test

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts 4. To stop a test, click Terminate Port Diagnostics. Beaconing automatically stops when the test completes or is canceled. If the port fails the test, the port's amber LED remains on. 5. Results display when the diagnostics finish or when you terminate the test. If errors occur, record all error information and refer to the product service documentation for problem isolation.

  • Page 146: Retrieving Maintenance Information, Retrieving The Ctp Maintenance Information

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Retrieving Maintenance Information If the operational firmware detects a critical error, the product automatically copies the contents of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) to a dump area in FLASH memory on the Control Processor (CTP) card; the CTP dump file contains this maintenance information.

  • Page 147: Choosing The Location To Save The Ctp Maintenance Information

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Figure 51: Choosing the location to save the CTP maintenance information 5. When the file is completely downloaded, the Download Complete screen displays. If you encounter any problems during this procedure, contact your service representative. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 148: Obtaining Product Information, Obtaining Product Information

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Obtaining Product Information To obtain product information, choose the Operations page, then the Maintenance tab, and then choose Product Info tab. The Product Info tab view displays (Figure 52). Figure 52: Obtaining product information To view product information, choose the Product Information link in the right side of the table.

  • Page 149

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Port Data Port Technology Port Login Data E_Port Status Switch Status Switch Configuration Installed Features Port Binding Switch Binding Fabric Binding Open Trunking Configuration Threshold Alerts Fabric Topology Fabric Node List Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 150: Upgrading Firmware, Upgrading Firmware

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Upgrading Firmware 1. Choose the Maintenance tab from the Operations page, and then choose the Firmware Upgrade tab to upload and upgrade firmware. The Firmware Upgrade tab view displays (Figure 53). Figure 53: Upgrading firmware The firmware version shipped with the product is provided on the documentation CD-ROM.

  • Page 151

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts 2. Type the drive path and name of the firmware file or click Browse to locate the file. 3. When the correct filename is in the Download Firmware file from field, click Send & Load Firmware. When the firmware has finished transferring, a message displays stating that the new firmware is being activated on the product and the product will be unavailable temporarily.

  • Page 152: Activating (installing) Optional Features

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Activating (Installing) Optional Features This procedure is described in “Installing Feature Keys” on page 77. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 153: Embedded Web Server Messages

    Error Messages This appendix lists and explains error messages for the Embedded Web Server. Any error numbers that are not listed are reserved for future use. The message that is returned is a string that includes the error number and the text of the message.

  • Page 154

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 11: Invalid Switch The value entered for the The contact for the Contact switch contact is invalid. director or switch may contain 0—255 characters. Enter a contact with 0—255 characters and resubmit.

  • Page 155

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 16: Invalid The value entered for the The R_A_TOV is entered R_A_TOV resource allocation in tenths of a second and time-out value is invalid. must be entered as an integer in the range 10—1200 (1 second to 120 seconds).

  • Page 156

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 20: Invalid The value entered for the The preferred domain ID Preferred Domain ID preferred domain ID for must be an integer in the the director or switch is range 1—31.

  • Page 157

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 32: Invalid SNMP The value entered for the The community name Community Name SNMP community name must not exceed 32 is invalid. characters in length. Duplicate community names are allowed, but corresponding write authorizations must...

  • Page 158

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 39: Invalid Year The value of the year The format of the date entered for the new parameter must be system date is invalid. mm:dd:yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy. The year must contain an integer greater than 1980.

  • Page 159

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 55: Invalid Zone The value entered for the The zone name must be Name zone name is invalid. unique and contain 1—64 characters. Error 57: Duplicate Zone Two or more zone names All zone names must be in the zone set are...

  • Page 160

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 72: No Backup FRU The FRU cannot be Insert a backup FRU and swapped because a resubmit the request or backup FRU is not consult the installation or installed.

  • Page 161

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 79: FRU Failed The specified FRU has Consult the failed. installation/service manual for appropriate action. Error 81: Default Zone The request cannot be Disable the default zone Enabled completed because the and resubmit the...

  • Page 162

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 91: E_Port Type Ports are not allowed to Configure the port as Configured be configured as E_Ports either an fport or gport in S/390 mode (FICON and resubmit the management style in command.

  • Page 163

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 106: Invalid The scope of a threshold Set the scope of the Threshold Scope alert is not set to a valid threshold alert, then try to state before the user activate the alert.

  • Page 164

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 117: Port Speeds This request cannot be The switch speed should Cannot be Set at Higher completed because the first be configured to Data Rate than Switch requested port speed is accommodate changes in Speed...

  • Page 165

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 136: Invalid The number of switch The number of entries in Number of Switch members submitted the switch membership Membership List Entries exceeds the maximum list is limited to 256. allowable entries of 256.

  • Page 166

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 143: Domain The user attempted to Domain RSCNs must RSCNs Must Be Enabled disable domain RSCNs remain enabled while the When Enterprise Fabric while enterprise fabric enterprise fabric mode is Mode Active mode was active.

  • Page 167

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 152: Invalid FICON The request cannot be The FICON MS state may Management Server State completed because the be set to either enable or FICON MS state disable.

  • Page 168

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 157: Access Control The switch must be offline Deactivating this feature List is Disabled and Fabric Binding must can be disruptive to be inactive before this Fabric operations. Take feature can be disabled.

  • Page 169

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 168: Duplicate The member is already in Duplicate members are member in the list the list. not allowed in the list. Error 169: CNT support Computer Network The enabled state for CNT in is an incorrect enabled Technology (CNT)

  • Page 170

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 181: Preferred path The Preferred Path feature Disable the Preferred Path must be disabled must be disabled. feature. Error 182: Source port The source and exit ports Configure a preferred must be different than the cannot be the same.

  • Page 171

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 210: Busy A different switch in the Be sure all parameters Processing Another Fabric was busy have been entered Request processing another correctly and resubmit. request and could not Contact your service complete the command.

  • Page 172

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 218: Invalid Port The value entered for the Enter a port number Number port number is invalid within the range supported by your director or switch. Valid values are: 0—15 for the Edge Switch 2/16...

  • Page 173

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 225: Argument The argument contains For the appropriate Does Not Contain All non-USASCII characters. parameters, see the USASCII Characters section of the manual that corresponds to the attempted command.

  • Page 174

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 232: Invalid The domainID For the appropriate Domain ID parameter does not parameters, see the contain a valid value. section of the manual that corresponds to the attempted command.

  • Page 175

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 238: Invalid The feature key entered is Verify that the feature key Feature Key invalid. was entered correctly and resubmit. Contact your service representative with further difficulties. Error 239: Fabric binding The user requested to Verify that the correct...

  • Page 176

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 245: Invalid The increment value Make sure the increment increment value specified is not between 1 value given is between 1 and 70560. and 70560. Error 246: Invalid interval The interval value Make sure the increment value...

  • Page 177

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Error 253: Cannot Current members of the Do not remove active Remove a Member fabric must be included in fabric members from the Currently Interacting with the Fabric Binding List. pending Fabric Binding the Fabric List.

  • Page 178

    Error Messages Table 9: Embedded Web Server Messages (Continued) Message Description Action The preferred path feature Install the preferred path key must be installed. feature key. Error 264: The Preferred Path feature key is not installed Error 265: Duplicate The desired name for the Use a different name for threshold alert name threshold alert is already...

  • Page 179: Index

    Index 10-100 km column cancel, beaconing circle, green activating class of service beaconing clear zone sets event log entries 128, 130, 132, active domain ID port statistics active zone set, description system error light address resolution protocol table address, Fibre Channel enable and disable administrator rights tab view...

  • Page 180

    Index CTP dump file prerequisites related documentation domain fibre channel address data field size domain ID 112, date fields active Date/Time tab view changes and consequences deactivating destination beaconing insistent 39, zone sets numbers default preferred 38, IP address unique user name 20, 28, domain RSCN 39, values...

  • Page 181

    Index equipment symbols address error storage volume event codes Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop devices log, clearing 128, 130, 132, fibre channel domain Error Detection Time Out Value. E_D_TOV FICON event codes field size, data event log 126, 127, 129, 131, firmware clearing 128, 130, 132, level...

  • Page 182

    Index hop counts product host bus adapter driver clearing 128, 130, 132, control events 126, 127, 129, 131, enable and disable Log tab view 126, 127, 129, 131, OSMS logging into Embedded Web Server logical unit number authorized reseller login dialog box storage web site loop devices technical support...

  • Page 183

    Index node list part number Node List tab view nonvolatile random-access memory. password 20, 27, 30, NVRAM configure 52, number permissions, user NVRAM persistent binding Planning Manual port beaconing 104, offline block configuration setting product blocking 32, 104, online clear statistics setting product configuring Online State tab view...

  • Page 184

    Index priority related documentation switch rename zone set product rerouting delay 39, 72, beaconing Reset Config tab view cell, definition Reset tab view contact 36, resetting description 35, configuration values EC level ports firmware level resource allocation time out value 41, identification retrieving dump file identification, configuring...

  • Page 185

    Index clear for port text symbols counter time fields port topology fabric wraps Topology tab view status transceiver trap recipient 47, triangle, yellow indicators meaning of product type number, product symbols type of port storage volume storage-level access control subnet mask 30, UDP port numbers suggested reading unblocking a port...

  • Page 186

    Index configuring deactivating warning default zone rack stability definition symbols on equipment description web browsers 20, disable web sites naming conventions HP storage renaming wraps, definition zoned fabrics, merging 89, write authorization zones WWN 107, 112, configuring zone sets attached port description interoperability mode identifying by port number...

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