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

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Part Number: AA–RTDRA–TE
First Edition (January 2003)
This guide describes the HP StorageWorks Embedded Web Server
(EWS), its features, and how to use it to configure, operate, and
monitor a Storage Area Network (SAN).

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    hp StorageWorks embedded web server user guide Part Number: AA–RTDRA–TE First Edition (January 2003) This guide describes the HP StorageWorks Embedded Web Server (EWS), its features, and how to use it to configure, operate, and monitor a Storage Area Network (SAN).

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    © Hewlett-Packard Company, 2003. All rights reserved. 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 About this Guide Intended Audience ............ix Related Documentation .

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    Contents 2 Configuring the Product Factory Default Values ..........2–2 Configuring Ports .

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    Contents 4 Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing Product Information ..........4–1 Viewing a Representation of the Product .

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    Contents 6 Operating and Managing Products and Parts Key Tasks ............6–1 Setting Product Beaconing On or Off .

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    Contents 3–4 Modify Zone tab view......... . . 3–13 3–5 Zone Set tab view .

  • Page 9: Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    About this Guide This publication is part of a document suite that supports the Hewlett-Packard (HP) StorageWorks Director 2/64, Director 2/140, Edge Switch 2/16, Edge Switch 2/32, Edge Switch 2/24, and the Embedded Web Server (EWS) application. 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.

  • Page 10: Document Conventions

    About this Guide Document Conventions The conventions included in Table 1 apply. Table 1: Document Conventions Element Convention Cross-reference links Blue text: Figure 1 Key names, menu items, buttons, and Bold dialog box titles File names, application names, and text Italics emphasis User input, command names, system...

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    About this Guide Symbols on Equipment Any enclosed surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of electrical shock hazards. Enclosed area contains no operator serviceable parts. WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electrical shock hazards, do not open this enclosure.

  • Page 12: Rack Stability, Getting Help, Hp Technical Support

    About this Guide Rack Stability WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment, be sure that: • The leveling jacks are extended to the floor. • The full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks. •...

  • Page 13: Hp Authorized Reseller

    About this Guide HP Website The HP website has the latest information on this product, as well as the latest drivers. http://thenew.hp.com/country/us/eng/prodserv/storage.html. Access storage at: From this website, select the appropriate product or solution. HP Authorized Reseller For the name of your nearest HP Authorized Reseller: •...

  • Page 15: Overview, Using Ews To Perform Tasks

    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.

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    Introduction — Parameters for product management through Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), the Command Line Interface (CLI), the Open System Management Server (OSMS) feature, or the Fibre Connection (FICON) management server (FMS) feature. NOTE: The Edge Switch 2/24 does not support out-of-band management through FMS. However, the Edge Switch 2/24 does support transmission of FICON frames.

  • Page 17: 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 1–1 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.

  • Page 18: Benefits

    Introduction — Configure — At the Configure page, the Ports (default), Director or Switch, Management, Zoning, and User Rights task selection tabs display. — Monitor — At the Monitor page, the Port List (default), Port Stats, Log, and Node List task selection tabs display. —...

  • Page 19: Key Terms, Fabric, Storage Area Network (san)

    Introduction • Protects the authorized rights of users to perform tasks through roles defined as operators and administrators. (This protection enables companies to decide who should perform everyday tasks, such as monitoring product status, and sensitive tasks, such as installing firmware updates.

  • Page 20: Zone (zoning), Zone Member, Zone Set, Suggested Reading

    A book that can help you to prepare to install products and configure a SAN is the hp StorageWorks SAN high availability planning guide (620-000124/AA-RS2DB-TE). You can obtain this book from the Hewlett-Packard website ( (http://thenew.hp.com) from the CD shipped with the Hewlett-Packard product you purchased.

  • Page 21: Where To Start, Starting Ews

    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 Chapter 2, Configuring the Product.

  • Page 22: Enter Network Password Dialog Box

    Introduction 4. After a connection is made between the web browser and the product, the Enter Network Password dialog box displays as shown in Figure 1–2. Figure 1–2: Enter Network Password dialog box 5. Type the user name and password. NOTE: The default user name is available from the installation and service guide that was shipped with the product.

  • Page 23: 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: •...

  • Page 24: Factory Default Values, Configuring Ports

    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 •...

  • Page 25: Configure Ports Tab View

    Configuring the Product Figure 2–1: 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. The port name should characterize the device to which the port is attached. 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 d. Click a check box in the 10-100 km column to define extended distance buffering. (This column is not available on the Edge Switch 2/24.) A check mark in the box indicates extended distance buffering is enabled. You can enable extended distance for a port even if it is not an extended distance port.

  • Page 27: Configuring Product Identification, Configure Product Identification Tab View

    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 message Your operations changes have been successfully activated displays.

  • Page 28: Configuring Date And Time

    Configuring the Product If the product is installed on a public LAN, it is recommended that the name reflect the product’s Ethernet network domain name system (DNS) host name. For example, if the DNS host name is edgeswitch224.hp.com, the name entered in this dialog box should be edgeswitch224.

  • Page 29: Configure Date And Time Tab View

    Configuring the Product Figure 2–3: Configure date and time tab view a. Click the Date fields that require change, and type numbers in the following ranges: — Month (MM): 1 through 12. — Day (DD): 1 through 31. — Year (YYYY): greater than 1980. b.

  • Page 30: 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 (RSCNs). The product must be set offline to configure the preferred domain ID. To configure parameters: 1.

  • Page 31: Configuring Fabric Parameters

    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. c. At the Rerouting Delay field, choose Enabled or Disabled. When this parameter is enabled, traffic is delayed through the fabric by the specified error detect time out value (E_D_TOV).

  • Page 32: Fabric Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product 2. Choose Configure from the navigation panel. 3. Click the Switch or Director tab (as appropriate), then click the Fabric Parameters tab. The Fabric Parameters tab view displays (Figure 2–5). Figure 2–5: 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.

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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.

  • Page 34: Configuring Network Information, Configuring Network Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product b. Click the Online State tab, then click Set Online. The message Your operations changes have been successfully activated displays. 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.

  • Page 35: Network Information Message Box

    Configuring the Product b. At the Subnet Mask field, type the new value specified by the customer’s network administrator (default is 255.0.0.0). c. At the Gateway Address field, type the new value specified by the customer’s network administrator (default is 0.0.0.0). 3.

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    Configuring the Product 5. At the PC, launch the browser application (Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer). 6. At the browser, enter the product’s new IP address as the Internet URL. The Enter Network Password dialog box displays. 2–14 embedded web server user guide...

  • Page 37: Configuring Snmp, Configure Snmp Parameters Tab View

    Configuring the Product 7. Type the user name and password. NOTE: The default user name is Administrator and the default password is password. The user name and password are case-sensitive. 8. Click OK. The EWS interface opens with the View page open and the Switch or Director page displayed.

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    Configuring the Product a. Click the Enable Authorization Traps field to enable authorization trap messages to be sent to SNMP management stations when unauthorized stations try to access SNMP information from the product. b. For each trap recipient to be configured, type a community name of 32 alphanumeric characters or less in the Community Name field.

  • Page 39: 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 2–9).

  • Page 40: 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 feature must be installed to access this control. Refer to Installing Feature Keys on page 2-22 for instructions.

  • Page 41: Zoning Tab View, Configuring User Rights, Configuring User Ids

    Configuring the Product Zoning Tab View The functionality provided by the Zoning tab view is described in Chapter 3, Configuring Zones. 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.

  • Page 42: User Rights Settings, User Rights Levels

    Configuring the Product 3. For the Administrator set of data fields: a. Type the administrator user name (as specified by the customer’s network administrator) in the New User Name field. Use 16 alphanumeric characters or less. b. Type the administrator password (as specified by the customer’s network administrator) in the New Password field.

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    Configuring the Product Table 2–1: User Rights Levels (Continued) Administrator Operator Functionality Rights Rights View: FRU Properties Available Available View: Unit Properties Available Available View: Fabric Available Available View: Operating Parameters Available Available Configure: Ports Available Available Configure: Switch Identification Available Unavailable Configure: Switch Date/Time...

  • Page 44: Installing Feature Keys

    Configuring the Product Table 2–1: User Rights Levels (Continued) Administrator Operator Functionality Rights Rights Operations: Maintenance Product Available Unavailable Info Operations: Maintenance Available Unavailable Firmware Upgrade Operations: Feature Available Unavailable Enablement/Installation Help Available Available Installing Feature Keys Perform this procedure to install one or more of the following optional features: •...

  • Page 45: Feature Installation Tab View

    Configuring the Product After obtaining the feature key, install the feature as follows: 1. Choose Operations from the navigation panel. The Operations page opens. 2. Click the Feature Installation tab. The Feature Installation tab view displays (Figure 2–12). Figure 2–12: Feature installation tab view 3.

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    Configuring the Product 2–24 embedded web server user guide...

  • Page 47: 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: •...

  • Page 48: Zoning Through A Single Fibre Channel Managed Product

    Configuring Zones Zoning allows an administrator to: • Establish barriers between devices that use different operating systems. For example, it is often critical to separate servers and storage devices with different operating systems because accidental transfer of information from one to another can delete or corrupt data.

  • Page 49: Zoning Through A Multiswitch Fabric

    Configuring Zones Figure 3–2 illustrates how zones can consist of ports and/or devices installed on ports in three managed products in a multiswitch fabric. Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Interswitch Link Director Director Director Figure 3–2: Zoning through a multiswitch fabric embedded web server user guide 3–3...

  • Page 50: Controlling Access At The Switch, Controlling Access At The Server Or Storage Device

    Configuring Zones Controlling Access at the Switch A World Wide Name (WWN) 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. NOTE: This WWN Binding feature can be configured through the HP HAFM Product Manager but not through the EWS.

  • Page 51: Zoning Concepts

    Configuring Zones Access can also be controlled at the storage device as an addition or enhancement to redundant array of independent disks (RAID) controller software. Data access is controlled within the storage device, and server HBA access to each LUN is explicitly limited (access is blocked by default).

  • Page 52: Naming Conventions For Zones And Zone Sets, Zones

    Configuring Zones Naming Conventions for Zones and Zone Sets The following naming conventions apply to zones and zone sets: • All names must be unique and may not differ by case only. For example, myzone and MyZone are both valid individually, but they are not unique. •...

  • Page 53: Using Wwns, Using Port Numbers

    Configuring Zones Using WWNs To identify a zone member by WWN, use the 16-digit WWN of the device. For example: 10:00:08:00:88:40:C0:D4 In EWS the WWN displays with the Switch or Director manufacturer’s name before the WWN. The WWN is assigned to the Fibre Channel interface or HBA installed in devices such as servers or storage devices.

  • Page 54: Default Zone, Zone Sets

    Configuring Zones A disadvantage of port zoning is that someone may rearrange cable connections to ports (because of port failures or other reasons) and inadvertently allow devices to communicate that should not have access to each other. NOTE: If a managed product’s Domain ID changes, you must reconfigure all zones that contained the managed product’s port as a zone member.

  • Page 55: Active Zone Set, Merging Zoned Fabrics, Rules For Merging Zoned Fabrics

    Configuring Zones • If you activate a zone set when there is already an active zone set, that set will replace the currently-active zone set. • If you deactivate the current active zone set, then all devices connected in the fabric become members of the default zone.

  • Page 56: Merging Zones

    Configuring Zones • Zoned — A zone set is active in the fabric and/or the default zone is disabled. In this case, devices can discover other devices that are members of the same zone. • Zoning configuration — Combination of the active zone set definition and the default zone state (enabled or disabled).

  • Page 57: 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 • All names must be unique and may not differ by case only. For example, zone-1 and Zone-1 are both valid individually, but are not considered unique. • The first character of a zone set name must be a letter (A through Z or a through z).

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    Configuring Zones Figure 3–4: Modify Zone tab view 6. Add or delete zone members as follows: • Add member by attached node WWN — Choose the WWN of an attached device (node) from the Attached Node World Wide Name drop-down list and click the adjacent Add Member button.

  • Page 60: Configuring Zone Sets

    Configuring Zones • 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.

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    Configuring Zones Figure 3–5: Zone Set tab view 3. Click Save and Activate Zoning Configuration. After the zone set name is validated, a confirmation dialog box displays. 4. Click OK to save and activate the new zone set. The message Your changes to the Zoning configuration have been successfully activated displays.

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    Configuring Zones 3–16 embedded web server user guide...

  • Page 63: Viewing Product Information

    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 64: Switch Tab View For A Edge Switch 2/24

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing a Representation of the Product To view the representation of the product, choose View from the navigation panel. The View page opens displaying the Switch or Director tab view, as appropriate for the product (Figure 4–1).

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Table 4–1: 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 Set Online State dialog box.

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Colored indicators reflect the status of actual LEDs on the product’s components. Table 4–2 describes the port operational states and the LED and attention indicators that display on the Switch or Director page. Table 4–2: Status Indicators View LED Name Color...

  • Page 67: Viewing Port Properties, Port Properties Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing Port Properties To view the properties of a port on a product, perform the following procedure: 1. Choose View from the navigation panel. 2. Choose the Port Properties tab. The Port Properties tab view displays (Figure 4–2) showing the properties for only one port.

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data The Port Properties page provides the following information: • Port Number — The physical port number. • Port Name — User-defined port name or description. • Type — G_port — Displays if nothing is logged into the port. —...

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data • Reason — When the port operating state is Segmented E_Port, Invalid Attachment, or Inactive, this field displays the reason for that state. When an E_Port is segmented, two fabrics are prevented from joining. This only occurs when the switch is connected to another switch.

  • Page 70: Viewing Fru Properties

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data — If Operational State is Inactive: — No Serial Number — No Key Enabled — Switch Speed Conflict — Optics Speed Conflict (Director 2/64 and Director 2/140 only) — No SBAR Support • Technology Identifies the technology used for the following aspects of the port: —...

  • Page 71: Viewing Unit Properties, Fru Properties Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Figure 4–3: FRU Properties tab view This page shows the following information for the FRUs: • FRU — Name of the FRU. • Position — Slot position relative to identical FRUs installed in the chassis. •...

  • Page 72: Unit Properties Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Figure 4–4: Unit Properties tab view This page shows the following information for the product: • Name — The name configured for the port. • Description — A configurable description of the product functionality. • Location —...

  • Page 73: Viewing Operating Parameters For The Product, Operating Parameters Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing Operating Parameters for the Product To view the Operating Parameters of a product, perform the following procedure: 1. Choose View from the navigation panel. 2. Choose the Operating Parameters tab. The Operating Parameters tab view displays (Figure 4–5) showing Switch Parameters and Fabric Parameters.

  • Page 74: Viewing Fabric Information, Viewing Operating Parameters For A Fabric

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data • Rerouting Delay — Indicates whether rerouting delay is enabled. Enabling the rerouting delay ensures that frames are delivered in order through the fabric to their destination. • Domain RSCNs — Domain register for state change notifications (domain RSCNs) are sent between end devices in a fabric to provide additional connection information to host bus adapters (HBA) and storage devices.

  • Page 75: Viewing Fabric Directors And Switches, Fabric Tab With Products Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data • Switch Priority — Priority value of the switch. Values can be Default, Principal, and Never Principal. • Interop Mode — Interoperability mode of the fabric. Values can be Homogenous Fabric and Open Fabric 1.0. (This field is not valid if the product’s Operation Mode is S/390.) Viewing Fabric Directors and Switches To view information about the HP high availability fabric Directors and Switches on a...

  • Page 76: Parts Of The Product Cell

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data The Products page provides the user a quick glance at the devices in the fabric, as well as direct hyperlink access to fabric participants that support the EWS interface. The devices are shown in separate product cells organized by domain ID in numerical order.

  • Page 77: Product Cell Information

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Product Cell Information Each product cell provides information about a device on the fabric as described in Table 4–3: Table 4–3: Information on the Product Cell Information Description Availability Domain ID Domain ID of the product Available for any product.

  • Page 78: Parts Of The Product Graphic

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Parts of the Product Graphic The product graphic provides the following information: • The maximum number of ports on the product. • A graphic representing the status of the product. • An icon representing the appearance of the product. If the product shown in the graphic is one of the following HP high availability fabric Directors and Switches, the graphic shows an icon that represents the actual product.

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data The symbols that display behind the product graphic indicate the status of the product. The meaning of each symbol is explained in Table 4–4. Table 4–4: Operating-Status Symbols Symbol Symbol Name Status Meaning Green Fully Operational All components and installed Circle ports are operational;...

  • Page 80: Viewing Fabric Topology, Fabric Tab With Topology Tab View

    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Viewing Fabric Topology The topology of a fabric is a high-level view of the routing and pathways on the fabric. To view the fabric topology from the viewpoint of the hosting machine, perform the following procedure: 1.

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data 3. The Topology page provides the following information: Table 4–5: 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 83: Monitoring Ports, Port List

    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 on page 5-1 •...

  • Page 84: Port Operational States, Port List Tab View

    Monitoring Products • State — See Port Operational States in the next section for an explanation of the states that are displayed. • Type — The type of port that varies by product. Figure 5–1: Port List tab view Port Operational States The State column of the Port List tab view displays one of the following operational states: •...

  • Page 85: Accessing Port Statistics

    Monitoring Products • No Light — No signal (light) is being received on the switch port. This is a normal condition when there is no cable plugged into the port or when the power of the device attached to the other end of the link is off. •...

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting Tip For Port Stats, Parts Of Statistics Tables, Port Statistics Tab View

    Monitoring Products Figure 5–2: Port Statistics tab view Troubleshooting Tip for Port Stats As a general rule, you should clear all the counters by choosing Clear Port Stats or Clear All Port Stats after you have resolved a problem. When troubleshooting, keep track of the time interval when errors accumulate to judge the presence and severity of a problem.

  • Page 87: Traffic Transmit And Receive Statistics

    Monitoring Products Traffic Transmit and Receive Statistics The Traffic Statistics include these transmit and receive values. • Frames Rx — Number of frames that the port has received. • Frames Tx — Number of frames that the port has transmitted. •...

  • Page 88: Class 2 Statistics, Class 3 Statistics, Error Statistics

    Monitoring Products Class 2 Statistics The Class 2 Statistics include these transmit and receive values: • Received Frames — Number of Class 2 frames received by this F_Port from its attached N_Port. • Transmitted Frames — Number of Class 2 frames transmitted by this F_Port to its attached N_Port.

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    Monitoring Products • Primitive sequence errors — Number of primitive sequence protocol errors received from an attached device, which indicates a Fibre Channel link-level protocol violation. • Discarded frames — A received frame could not be routed and was discarded because the frame timed out due to an insufficient buffer-to-buffer credit, or the destination device was not logged into the product.

  • Page 90: Reviewing The Event Log, Severity Levels, Log Tab View

    Monitoring Products Reviewing the Event Log Choose Monitor on the navigation panel. Choose the Log tab; the Log tab view displays (Figure 5–3). This log displays a record of significant events that have occurred on the product, such as degraded operation, FRU failures, and port problems. The event log is an important tool you can use to monitor and troubleshoot the products in the SAN.

  • Page 91: Error Event Code Categories, Clearing Event Log Entries, Clearing The System (product) Error Light

    Monitoring Products Error Event Code Categories Error Event Codes define event categories; the categories and events vary by product. Below is a list of event codes: • 1xx-system events • 2xx-power supply events • 3xx-fan events • 4xx-control processor card events •...

  • Page 92: 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 5–4). The Node List tab view displays information about all node attachments or N_Ports that have logged into existing F_Ports on the product. All data is dynamically updated as the nodes log in and log out.

  • Page 93: Key Tasks

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Key Tasks The Operations page is used to manage the product and ports as well as perform maintenance tasks such as port diagnostics. If you or service personnel need to perform troubleshooting, you will access most of the information and tools you need from the Operations page.

  • Page 94: 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 6–1).

  • Page 95: 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 6–2). Use this screen to set product online or offline. A box displays with the current online state and a button that is selected to change the state of the product from offline to online or online to offline.

  • Page 96: 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 6–3). 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 97: Set Individual Port Beaconing On Or Off

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts If the product configuration is reset, management access of the product may be lost until the network information is restored. The product must be offline before the configuration can be reset. See Installing Feature Keys on page 2-22 for instructions.

  • Page 98: Resetting Ports, Setting Individual Port Beaconing On Or Off

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Figure 6–4: Setting individual port beaconing on or off Resetting Ports Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Port tab and the Reset tab; the Reset tab view displays (Figure 6–5 on page 6-7).

  • Page 99: Performing Diagnostics On Ports, Resetting Ports

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Figure 6–5: Resetting ports Performing Diagnostics on Ports Choose Operations from the navigation panel. Choose the Port tab and the Diagnostics tab; the Diagnostics tab view displays (Figure 6–6 on page 6-8). Use this view to run either internal or external loopback diagnostic tests for any port.

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    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Figure 6–6: Performing diagnostics on ports To run these tests, make sure that the administrator for any device attached to the ports quiesces Fibre Channel frame traffic through the product and sets the attached devices offline.

  • Page 101: Diagnostics Test In Progress

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts 3. Click Start Port Diagnostics. Port beaconing automatically initiates on the ports that you choose for loopback diagnostics (Figure 6–7). The test usually lasts 30 seconds as displayed on the page. Figure 6–7: Diagnostics test in progress CAUTION: When disconnecting a fiber optic cable to install an external loopback plug, make sure that you reconnect the cable to the same port after running the external loopback test.

  • Page 102: 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 103: Retrieving Maintenance Information, Retrieving The Ctp Maintenance Information

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts Retrieving Maintenance Information When 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 104: Choosing The Location To Save The Ctp Maintenance Information, Download Complete Screen

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts 4. When you have accessed the Save As dialog box (Figure 6–10), choose All Files from the Save as type: field. When naming the file, add a “.dmp” extension to the filename. Figure 6–10: Choosing the location to save the CTP maintenance information 5.

  • Page 105: 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 6–12). Figure 6–12: Obtaining product information To view product information, choose the Product Information link in the right side of the table.

  • Page 106: Upgrading Firmware, Upgrading Firmware

    Operating and Managing Products and Parts • Port Login Data • E_Port Status • Switch Status • Switch Configuration Upgrading Firmware Choose the Maintenance tab from the Operations page, and then choose Firmware Upgrade tab to upload and upgrade firmware. The Firmware Upgrade tab view displays (Figure 6–13).

  • Page 107: Activating (installing) Optional Features

    Type the drive path and name of the firmware file or click Browse to locate the file. When the correct filename is in the box, 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 109: Error 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 110

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 10: Invalid Switch The value entered for the The location for the Location switch location is invalid. Director or Switch may contain 0–255 characters. Enter a location with 0–255 characters and re-submit. If spaces are used, enclose the location in quotation marks.

  • Page 111

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 14: Invalid Port The value entered for the The port name for the Name port name is invalid. individual port may contain 0–24 characters. Enter a name with 0–24 characters and re-submit. If spaces are used, enclose the name in quotation marks.

  • Page 112

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 17: Invalid The value entered for the The E_D_TOV is entered E_D_TOV error detection time-out in tenths of a second and value is invalid. must be entered as an integer in the range 2–600 (0.2 second to 60 seconds).

  • Page 113

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 30: Invalid IP The value entered for the IP The new IP address for Address Address is invalid. the Ethernet interface must be entered in dotted decimal format (for example, 10.0.0.0). Enter an appropriate IP address and re-submit.

  • Page 114

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 34: Duplicate Two or more community Enter unique SNMP Community Names names have been community names or Require Identical Write recognized as being force write authorizations Authorization identical, but their for duplicate community corresponding write names to be identical authorizations are not and re-submit.

  • Page 115

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 41: Invalid Minute The value of the minute The format of the time entered for the new system parameter must be time is invalid. hh:mm:ss. The minute can contain an integer in the range 0–59. Enter an appropriate time and re-submit.

  • Page 116

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 60: Invalid The entered command tried Reduce the number of Number of Zone to add more zone members zone members in the Members than the zone can hold. zone and re-submit the command. Error 61: Invalid Zone A zone member was Zone members must be Member Type...

  • Page 117

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 73: Port Not The port specified is not Consult the Installed installed on this product. installation/service manual on installing a port optic. Error 74: Invalid The specified zone set A zone set must contain Number of Zones contains less than one zone at least one zone to be...

  • Page 118

    Error Messages 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 re-submit the default zone is enabled command.

  • Page 119

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 91: E_Port Type Ports are not allowed to be Configure the port as Configured configured as E_Ports in either a fport or gport S/390 mode. and re-submit the command. Error 92: Not Allowed The port must be blocked to Block the port and While Port Is Unblocked complete this request.

  • Page 120

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 117: Port Speeds This request cannot be The switch speed should Cannot be Set at completed because the first be configured to Higher Data Rate than requested port speed is accommodate changes Switch Speed faster than the in the configured port currently-configured switch...

  • Page 121

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 135: Invalid The number of fabric The number of entries in Number of Fabric members submitted the fabric membership Membership List exceeds the maximum list is limited to the total Entries allowable entries of 31. number of domain ID's available to the fabric.

  • Page 122

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 141: Invalid The request cannot be The enterprise fabric Enterprise Fabric Mode completed because an mode must be set to invalid enterprise fabric either activate or mode has been submitted. deactivate. Error 142: Invalid The request cannot be The domain RSCN state Domain RSCN State...

  • Page 123

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 149: Not Allowed The request cannot be This operation will be While Enterprise Fabric completed while the switch valid if the switch state is Mode Enabled and is online and enterprise set to offline and Switch Active fabric mode is Active.

  • Page 124

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 155: Cannot This member cannot be Fabric security rules Remove Active removed from the fabric prohibit any device or Member From List security list because it is switch from being currently logged in. isolated from the fabric via a membership list change.

  • Page 125

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 203: Another Another user is currently Be sure all parameters Client Has Change making changes to this have been entered Authorization switch. correctly and re-submit. Error 207: Change The switch did not accept Be sure all parameters Request Failed the request.

  • Page 126

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 214: A Zone You are attempting to Each zone in the zone Contains Zero activate a zone set that set must contain at least Members contains at least one zone one member. Add a valid with zero members.

  • Page 127

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 222: Invalid The value entered for the The SNMP community SNMP Community SNMP community index is index must be an integer Index invalid. in the range 1–6. Make the appropriate changes and re-submit the command.

  • Page 128

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 229: Invalid UDP The udpPortNum parameter Parameters must be Port Number does not contain a valid typed exactly to value. specification to be recognized correctly by the CLI. Error 230: Invalid WWN The wwn parameter does For the appropriate not contain a valid value.

  • Page 129

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 235: Cannot recognize the The entered command is Unrecognized command and cannot misspelled or the prompt Command perform the help '?' is not positioned at the command as requested. right place. For the appropriate syntax, see the section of the manual that corresponds to the attempted command.

  • Page 130

    Error Messages Message Description Action Error 240: Duplicate The user requested to add Verify that the correct fabric binding member an entry to the fabric entry (both WWN and binding list that is already a Domain ID) is being member of the list. requested for addition to the list and re-submit the request.

  • Page 131

    Glossary This glossary defines terms used in this guide or related to this product and is not a comprehensive glossary of computer terms. It includes terms from: American National Standard Dictionary for Information Systems (ANSI X3.172-1990), copyright 1990 by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Copies can be purchased from the American National Standards Institute, 25 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036.

  • Page 132

    Glossary active field-replaceable unit Active FRU. An FRU that is currently operating as the active, and not the backup FRU. See also backup field-replaceable unit. active port address matrix In S/390 mode, an active port address matrix is the port address matrix that is currently active or operational on an attached Director or Switch.

  • Page 133

    Glossary application program A program used to connect and communicate with stations in a network, enabling users to perform application-oriented activities (I). arbitrated loop One of the three connection topologies offered by Fibre Channel protocol. Up to 126 node ports and one fabric port can communicate without the need for a separate switched fabric. See also point-to-point (point-to-point).

  • Page 134

    Glossary blocked connection In S/390 mode, in a Director or Switch, the attribute that, when set, removes the communication capability of a specific port. A blocked address is disabled so that no other address can be connected to it. A blocked attribute supersedes a dedicated or prohibited attribute on the same address.

  • Page 135

    Glossary channel-attached (1) Pertaining to direct attachment of devices by data I/O channels to a computer. (2) Pertaining to devices attached to a control unit by cables, not telecommunication lines (D). Synonymous with local. channel path CHP. A single interface between a central processor and one or more control units, along which signals and data are sent to perform I/O requests (D).

  • Page 136

    Glossary Class F Fibre Channel service Used by switches to communicate across interswitch links (ISLs) to configure, control, and coordinate a multiswitch fabric. Class of Fibre Channel service Defines the level of connection dedication, acknowledgment, and other characteristics of a connection.

  • Page 137

    Glossary configuration data The collection of data that results from configuring product and system operating parameters. For example, configuring operating parameters, simple network management protocol (SNMP) agent, zoning configurations, and port configurations through the Product Manager application, results in a collection of configuration data. Configuration data includes: identification data, port configuration data, operating parameters, simple network management protocol (SNMP) configuration, and zoning configuration.

  • Page 138

    Glossary data center A collection of servers and data storage devices, usually in one location, administered by an information technology/information services (IT/IS) manager. default Pertaining to an attribute, value, or option that is assumed by a system when none is explicitly specified (D, I).

  • Page 139

    Glossary domain A Fibre Channel term describing the most significant byte in the node port (N_Port) identifier for the Fibre Channel device. It is not used in the Fibre Channel small computer system interface (FC-SCSI) hardware path ID. It is required to be the same for all SCSI targets logically connected to a Fibre Channel adapter.

  • Page 140

    Glossary E_D_TOV error-detect time-out value (error-detect time-out value). Electronic Industries Association. Electronic Industries Association EIA. The governing body that publishes recommended standards for physical devices and associated interfaces. For example, RS-232 is the EIA standard that defines computer serial port connectivity (D). See also Telecommunications Industry Association.

  • Page 141

    Glossary Enterprise Systems Architecture ESA™. A computer architecture introduced by IBM in 1988 as ESA/370. The architecture added access registers to improve virtual memory management and increase storage from 2 gigabyte to 6 terabytes. The architecture was enhanced with the introduction of ESA/390 in 1990 (D).

  • Page 142

    Glossary Ethernet hub A device used to connect the HAFM server and the Directors it manages. event code A three-digit number that specifies the exact event that occurred. This code provides information on system failures, such as hardware failures, failure locations, or general information on normal system events.

  • Page 143

    Glossary fabric loop port FL_Port. A fabric port (F_Port) that contains arbitrated loop (AL) functions associated with the Fibre Channel arbitrated loop (FC-AL) topology. The access point of the fabric for physically connecting an arbitrated loop of node loop ports (NL_Ports). See also expansion port;...

  • Page 144

    Glossary Federal Communications Commission. FCIA Fibre Channel Industry Association. FC IP Fibre Channel IP address. feature key A unique key to enable additional product features. This key is entered into the Configure Feature Key dialog box in the Product Manager application to activate optional hardware and software features.

  • Page 145

    Glossary Fibre Channel arbitrated loop FC-AL. A high-speed (100 Mbps) connection which is a true loop technology where ports use arbitration to establish a point-to-point circuit. Data can be transferred in both directions simultaneously, achieving a nominal transfer rate between two devices of 200 Mbps. Fibre Channel Association FCA.

  • Page 146

    Glossary FICON Management server An optional feature that can be enabled on the Director or Switch through the Product Manager application. When enabled, host control and management of the Director or Switch is provided through an S/390 Parallel Enterprise or 2/Series server attached to a Director or Switch or Switch port.

  • Page 147

    Glossary generic port G_Port. Physical interface on a Director or Switch that can function either as a fabric port (F_Port) or an expansion port (E_Port), depending on the port type to which it connects. See also expansion port; fabric loop port;...

  • Page 148

    Glossary heterogeneous fabric A fabric containing open-fabric-compliant products from various vendors. Contrast with homogeneous fabric. high availability A performance feature characterized by hardware component redundancy and concurrent maintenance. High-availability systems maximize system uptime while providing superior reliability, availability, and serviceability. High Availability Fabric Management The management scheme for HP products.

  • Page 149

    Glossary hub port H_Port. In arbitrated loop devices, a port that uses arbitrated loop protocols. The physical interface that attaches to a loop device, either an end device or another loop interconnect device (hub). hyperlink A predefined link for jumping from one location to another, within the same computer or network site or even to a location at a completely different physical location.

  • Page 150

    Glossary information services IS. IS is the name of the department responsible for computers, networking, and data management. See also information technology. information technology IT. The broad subject concerned with all aspects of managing and processing information, especially within a large organization or company. Because computers are central to information management, computer departments within companies and universities are often called IT departments.

  • Page 151

    Glossary Internet protocol IP. Network layer for the transmission control protocol/Internet protocol (TCP/IP) protocol used on Ethernet networks. IP provides packet routing, fragmentation, and reassembly through the data link layer (D). Internet protocol address IP address. Unique string of numbers (in the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) that identifies a device on a network.

  • Page 152

    Glossary information services. interswitch link. ISL hop Interswitch link hop. See hop. isolated E_Port Isolated expansion port. See segmented expansion port isolated expansion port Isolated E_Port. See segmented expansion port. laser Laser is an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. A device that produces a very powerful narrow beam of coherent light of a single wavelength by simulating the emissions of photons from atoms, molecules, or ions.

  • Page 153

    Glossary loop initialization primitive. load balancing Ability to evenly distribute traffic over multiple interswitch links within a fabric. Load balancing on HP Directors and Switches takes place automatically. local Synonym for channel-attached. local area network LAN. A computer network in a localized geographical area (for example, a building or campus), whose communications technology provides a high-bandwidth medium to which many nodes are connected (D).

  • Page 154

    Glossary loop initialization primitive LIP. In an arbitrated loop device, a process by which devices connected to hub ports (H_Ports) on the arbitrated loop device notify other devices and the switch of the presence in the loop by sending LIP sequences and subsequent frames through the loop. This process allows linked arbitrated loop devices to perform fabric loop port (FL_Port) arbitration as they link through hub ports.

  • Page 155

    Glossary matrix active port address matrix. management information base. modem Modem is an abbreviation for modulator/demodulator. A communication device that converts digital computer data to signals and signals to computer data. These signals can be received or transmitted by the modem via a phone line or other method of telecommunication. multimedia A simultaneous presentation of data in more than one form, such as by means of both visual and audio.

  • Page 156

    Glossary nickname Alternate name assigned to a World Wide Name for a node, Director or Switch in the fabric. NL_Port node loop port. node In Fibre Channel protocol, an end device (server or storage device) that is or can be connected to a switched fabric.

  • Page 157

    Glossary offline diagnostics Diagnostics that only operate in stand alone mode. User operations cannot take place with offline diagnostics running. offline sequence OLS. (1) Sequence sent by the transmitting port to indicate that it is attempting to initialize a link and has detected a problem in doing so. (2) Sequence sent by the transmitting port to indicate that it is offline.

  • Page 158

    Glossary operating mode In Directors or Switches, in managed products, a selection between S/390 and open systems mode. See also open systems mode; S/390 mode. operating system OS. Software that controls execution of applications and provides services such as resource allocation, scheduling, I/O control, and data management.

  • Page 159

    Glossary persistent binding A form of server-level access control that uses configuration information to bind a server to a specific Fibre Channel storage volume (or logical device), using a unit number. See also access control. point-to-point A Fibre Channel protocol topology that provides a single, direct connection between two communication ports.

  • Page 160

    Glossary private loop A private loop is not connected to a switched fabric, and the switch’s embedded expansion port (E_Port) and fabric loop port (FL_Port) are inactive. All devices attached to the loop can only communicate with each other. Contrast with public loop.

  • Page 161

    Glossary public device A loop device that can transmit a fabric login command (FLOGI) to a switch, receive acknowledgement from the switch’s login server, register with the switch’s name server, and communicate with fabric-attached devices. Public devices communicate with fabric-attached devices through the switch’s bridge port (B_Port) connection to a Director or Switch.

  • Page 162

    Glossary remote notification A process by which a system is able to inform remote users and workstations of certain classes of events that occur on the system. E-mail notification and the configuration of simple network management protocol (SNMP) trap recipients are two examples of remote notification programs that can be implemented on director-class switches.

  • Page 163

    Glossary segment A fabric segments when one or more switches cannot join the fabric because of various reasons. The switch or switches remain as separate fabrics. segmented E_Port segmented expansion port. segmented expansion port Segmented E_Port. E_Port that has ceased to function as an E_Port within a multiswitch fabric due to an incompatibility between the fabrics that it joins.

  • Page 164

    Glossary simple network management protocol community name SNMP community name. The name assigned to a given SNMP community. Queries from an SNMP management station to a device running an SNMP agent will only elicit a response if those queries are addressed with the correct SNMP community name. simple network management protocol management station SNMP management station.

  • Page 165

    Glossary system services processor. state The state of the Switch or Director. Possible values include online, offline, testing, and faulty. See also offline state; online state static random access memory SRAM. SRAM is microprocessor-cache random access memory. It is built internal to the microprocessor or on external chips.

  • Page 166

    Glossary switchover Changing a backup field-replaceable unit (FRU) to the active state, and the active FRU to the backup state. switch priority Value configured into each switch in a fabric that determines its relative likelihood of becoming the fabric’s principal switch. Lower values indicate higher likelihood of becoming the principal switch.

  • Page 167

    Glossary token A sequence of bits passed from one device to another on a token ring network that signifies permission to transmit over the network. The token consists of a starting delimiter, access control field, and end delimiter. If a device has data to transmit, it appends the data to the token (D).

  • Page 168

    Glossary trap recipient In simple network management protocol (SNMP), a network management station that receives messages through SNMP for specific events that occur on the arbitrated loop device. user datagram protocol. Underwriters Laboratories. unblocked connection In a Director or Switch, the absence of the blocked attribute for a specific port. Contrast with blocked connection.

  • Page 169

    Glossary uninterruptable power supply. uniform resource locator. user datagram protocol UDP. A connectionless protocol that runs on top of Internet protocol (IP) networks. User datagram protocol/Internet protocol (UDP/IP) offers very few error recovery services, instead providing a direct way to send and receive datagrams over an IP network. UDP/IP is primarily used for broadcasting messages over an entire network.

  • Page 170

    Glossary wrap plug Synonym for loopback plug. wrap test A test that checks attachment or control unit circuitry, without checking the mechanism itself, by returning the output of the mechanism as input. A wrap test can transmit a specific character pattern through a system and compare the pattern received with the pattern transmitted (D).

  • Page 171

    Index 10-100 km column 2–4 buffer-to-buffer credits 2–4 activating cancel, beaconing 6–5 beaconing 6–5 caution, symbol and definition x activating zone sets 3–14 circle, green active domain ID 4–11 meaning of 4–17 active zone set, description 3–9 class of service 5–10 address clear Fibre Channel 5–10...

  • Page 172

    Index conventions discard changes 3–15 document x distance capability 4–8 naming 3–6 document counter 5–4 conventions x CTP dump file 6–11 documentation, related ix domain ID 4–15 4–19 active 4–11 data field size 5–10 changes and consequences 3–8 date fields 2–7 destination 4–19 Date/Time tab view 2–6 Fibre Channel address 4–11...

  • Page 173

    Index error event codes 5–9 firmware 4–15 error light, clearing 5–9 level 4–10 error log upgrading 6–14 clearing 5–9 firmware 03.00.00 2–22 event codes 5–9 firmware 04.00.00 1–1 event log 5–8 Firmware Upgrade tab view 6–14 clearing 5–9 Flexport, installing 2–22 excessive weight, symbol and definition xi FMS 1–2 external loopback test 6–7...

  • Page 174

    Index hot surface, symbol and definition xi loop devices 5–10 loopback diagnostic test 6–7 authorized reseller xiii LUN 3–4 technical support xii website xiii maintenance information 6–11 manufacturer 4–10 Identification tab view 2–5 media 4–8 identification, product 2–5 members of a zone 3–6 important, defined x merging indicator lights 4–4...

  • Page 175

    Index port 4–6 beaconing 4–6 6–5 offline block configuration 4–6 setting product 6–3 blocked 4–6 online blocking 2–3 5–1 setting product 6–3 clear statistics 5–4 Online State tab view 6–3 configuring 2–2 Open Fabric 1.0 2–11 4–13 link reset 6–6 open system interconnection standards 3–4 list 5–1 operating...

  • Page 176

    Index identification 2–5 retrieving dump file 6–11 identification, configuring 2–5 RSCN 2–8 information, obtaining 6–13 domain 4–12 location 2–6 4–10 RSCN domain 2–9 manufacturer 4–10 model number 4–10 S/390 2–11 4–13 monitoring 5–1 SANtegrity, installing 2–22 name 2–5 4–3 4–10 SCSI connection 3–4 operating mode 4–12 segmented E_Ports 3–9...

  • Page 177

    Index storage volume 3–4 trap message recipients 2–15 storage-level access control 3–5 trap recipient 2–15 2–16 subnet mask 2–2 2–13 triangle, yellow suggested reading 1–6 meaning of 4–17 switch priority 2–11 4–13 type number, product 4–10 symbol type of port 5–2 operating status 4–17 symbols UDP port number 2–16...

  • Page 178

    Index types 3–6 WWNs 3–7 warning zone set electrical shock hazard symbol, defined xi definition 1–6 excessive weight symbol, defined xi disable 3–15 hot surface symbol, defined xi renaming 3–15 multiple power source symbol, defined xi Zone Set tab view 3–14 network interface connection symbol, zone sets defined xi...

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