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8/4Gbps
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  • Page 1 53-1001964-01 October 1, 2010 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001964-01 *53-1001964-01*...
  • Page 2 Trademarks used in this text: Dell, the DELL logo, Inspiron, Dell Precision, Dimension, OptiPlex, Latitude, PowerEdge, PowerVault, PowerApp, PowerConnect, and Dell OpenManage are trademarks of Dell Inc.; Intel, Pentium, and Celeron are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries; Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, MS-DOS and Windows Vista are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Displaying current policies ......7 FC SAN Module policy enforcement matrix ....8 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 4 Chapter 4 Fabric Configuration with the Dell FC SAN Module In this chapter ......... . . 25 Connectivity of multiple devices overview .
  • Page 5 Commands ..........34 Index Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
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  • Page 7 AD types............33 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide...
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  • Page 9: About This Document

    Getting technical help ......... . . xii How this document is organized This document is a procedural guide to help SAN administrators configure and manage the Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module, hereafter identified as the FC SAN Module.
  • Page 10: Command Syntax Conventions

    The following notices appear in this document. NOTE A note provides a tip, emphasizes important information, or provides a reference to related information. ATTENTION An Attention statement indicates potential damage to hardware or data. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 11: Notice To The Reader

    Port aggregation I/O module that reduces SAN (storage area network) deployment complexity by leveraging NPIV (N_Port ID Virtualization). Edge switch A fabric switch that connects host, storage, or other devices, such as the FC SAN Module, to the fabric. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 12: Additional Information

    1. General Information • Dell Service Tag • Technical Support contract number, if applicable • FC SAN Module model • FC SAN Module operating system version • Error numbers and messages received Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 13 3. World Wide Name (WWN). Use the CLI wwn or switchShow commands to display the WWN. 4. Software licenses. Use the CLI licenseShow command to display the list of licenses available on the unit. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide xiii 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 14 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 15: In This Chapter

    Because the Dell (Fibre Channel) FC SAN Module functions as an NPIV port aggregator, it is compatible with Brocade Fabric OS, M-EOS v9.1 or v9.6 and later, and Cisco-based fabrics v3.0 (1) or later and v3.1 (1) and later.
  • Page 16: Fc San Module Port Types

    FC SAN Module port types FC SAN Module port types The Dell NPIV Switch FC SAN Module differs from a typical fabric switch because it is a port aggregator rather than a switch; instead, it connects to the fabric using node ports (N_Ports).
  • Page 17: In This Chapter

    Port_Flt Port marked faulty Diag_Flt Port failed diagnostics Lock_Ref Locking to the reference signal Testing Running diagnostics Offline Connection not established (only for virtual ports) Online The port is up and running Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 18: Port Mapping

    TABLE 2 Description of port mapping in preceding figure NPIV Switch Fabric F_Port N_Port Edge switch F_Port F_1, F_2 Switch_A F_A1 F_3, F_4 Switch_A F_A2 F_5, F_6 Switch_B F_B1 F_7, F_8 Switch_B F_B2 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 19: Default Port Mapping

    The f_portlist can contain multiple internal ports (F_Ports) numbers separated by semicolons, for example “17;18”. switch:admin> ag --mapadd 13 "6;7" F-Port to N-Port mapping has been updated successfully Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 20 Disabled (N-Port Offline for F-Port) No_Sync Disabled (N-Port Offline for F-Port) No_Sync Disabled (No mapping for F-Port) No_Sync No_Sync No_Sync No_Module No_Module No_Module Online N-Port 10:00:00:05:1e:35:10:1e 0x5a0a00 Online N-Port 10:00:00:05:1e:35:10:1e 0x5a0900 Online N-Port 10:00:00:05:1e:35:10:1e 0x5a0800 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 21: In This Chapter

    1. Connect to the FC SAN Module and log in using an account assigned to the admin role. 2. Enter the ag policyshow command. switch:admin> ag --policyshow Policy_Description Policy_Name State -------------------------------------------------- Port Grouping Enabled Auto Port Configuration auto Disabled Advanced Device Security ads Enabled Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 22: Fc San Module Policy Enforcement Matrix

    ADS policy. switch:admin> ag --policyenable ads The policy ADS is enabled 3. Enter the ag policydisable ads command to disable the ADS policy. switch:admin> ag --policydisable ads The policy ADS is disabled Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 23: Setting The List Of Devices Allowed To Log In

    Replace the internal port list with an asterisk (*) to remove the specified WWNs from all the internal ports' allow lists. The ADS policy must be enabled for this command to succeed. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 24: Adding New Devices To The List Of Allowed Devices

    1. Connect to the FC SAN Module and log in using an account assigned to the admin role. 2. Enter the ag --adsshow command. switch:admin> ag --adsshow F_Port WWNs Allowed -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ALL ACCESS 20:03:08:00:88:35:a0:12 21:00:00:e0:8b:88:01:8b 20:03:08:00:88:35:a0:12 21:00:00:e0:8b:88:01:8b ALL ACCESS NO ACCESS NO ACCESS ALL ACCESS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 25: Ads Policy Considerations

    1. Connect to the FC SAN Module and log in using an account assigned to the admin role. 2. Enter the switchdisable command to ensure that the module is disabled. 3. Enter the configupload command to save the module’s current configuration. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 26: Automatic Port Configuration Policy Considerations

    3 is online because both external ports 3 and 4 belong to the same port group, PG2. If no active external ports are available, the internal ports are disabled. The internal ports belonging to a port group do not fail over to external ports belonging to another port group. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 27: Adding An External Port (n_port) To A Port Group

    (N_Port) to a specific port group. In the following example external port 14 is added to port group 3. Note that if you add more than one external ports, you must separate them with a semicolon. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 28: Deleting An External Port (n_port) From A Port Group

    2. Enter the ag --pgrename command with appropriate operands to rename port group. In the following example, port group pgid 2 is renamed to MyEvenFabric. switch:admin> ag --pgrename 2 MyEvenFabric Port Group 2 has been renamed as MyEvenFabric successfully Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 29: Disabling The Port Grouping Policy

    --pgcreate 3 “1;3” -n FirstFabric1 -m “lb” Port Group 3 created successfully 3. Enter the ag --pgshow command to verify the port group was created. switch:admin> ag --pgshow PG_ID PG_Name PG_Mode N_Ports F_Ports ----------------------------------------------- lb,mfnm none none Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 30: Rebalancing Internal Ports (f_ports)

    (N_Ports) and internal ports (F_Ports) as shown in the following example. switch:admin> agautomapbalance --show ------------------------------------------------- AG Policy: Auto ------------------------------------------------- automapbalance on N_Port Online Event: Disabled automapbalance on F_Port Offline Event: Enabled ------------------------------------------------- Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 31: Enabling Managed Fabric Name Monitoring Mode

    1. Connect to the FC SAN Module and log in using an account assigned to the admin role. 2. Enter the ag --pgfnmtov command, followed by a value. switch:admin> ag --pgfnmtov 100 This sets the timeout value to 100 seconds. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 32: Port Grouping Policy Considerations

    If no other external is available, failover does not occur. The Dell FC SAN Module provides an option to specify a secondary failover external port for an internal port. This external port is called the preferred secondary port for failover. If you specify a...
  • Page 33: Failover Configurations

    The ports mapped to N_2 (F_1, F_3, and F_4) fail over to N_3 and N_4. Note that the internal ports are evenly distributed to the remaining online external ports and that the F_2 port did not participate in the failover event. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 34: Enabling And Disabling Failover On An External Port (n_port)

    --failoverenable 13 Failover policy is enabled for port 13 4. Enter the ag failoverdisable n_portnumber command to disable failover. switch:admin> ag --failoverdisable 13 Failover policy is disabled for port 13 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 35: Enabling And Disabling Failover For A Port Group

    In the following example, internal ports 3 and 9 are deleted from preferred secondary external port 4. switch:admin> ag --prefdel "3;9" 4 Preferred N_Port is deleted successfully for the F_Port[s] Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 36: Failback

    The ports F_1 and F_2 are mapped to N_1 and continue routing to N_3. Ports F_3 and F_4, which were originally mapped to N_2, are disabled and rerouted to N_2, and then enabled. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 37: Enabling And Disabling Failback On An External Port (n_port)

    --failbackenable 13 Failback policy is enabled for port 13 • Enter the ag --failbackdisable n_portnumber command to disable failback. switch:admin> ag --failbackdisable 13 Failback policy is disabled for port 13 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 38: Enabling And Disabling Failback For A Port Group

    Failback policy is enabled for port group 3 • Enter the ag failbackdisable pg pgid command to disable failback on a port group. switch:admin> ag --failbackdisable -pg 3 Failback policy is disabled for port group 3 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 39: Fabric Configuration With The Dell Fc San Module

    NPIV HBA, and interoperability.The FC SAN Module does not support daisy chaining when two such devices are connected to each other in a loop configuration. The Dell FC SAN Module can connect to third-party fabrics with the following firmware versions: •...
  • Page 40: Verifying The Switch Mode

    Disabled (Persistent) No_Sync Disabled (Persistent) No_Sync Disabled (Persistent) No_Sync Disabled (Persistent) No_Sync Disabled (Persistent) No_Module No_Module No_Module No_Module Online E-Port segmented,(zone conflict)(Trunk master) Online E-Port (Trunk port, master is Port 21 ) Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 41: Enabling Npiv On M-eos Switches

    When connecting an FC SAN Module to a Cisco fabric, make sure that NPIV function is enabled on the Cisco switch ports connected to the Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module. NPIV is enabled by default on Cisco MDS switches with SAN OS 3.1 or higher. For additional information, refer to Dell technical brief: Connecting Dell PowerEdge M-Series Blades to a Cisco SAN Fabric.
  • Page 42 Connectivity to Cisco Fabrics 5. Enter the following commands to save the MDS switch connection: copy run start Your Cisco switch is now ready to connect to a Dell FC SAN Module. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 43: Table 5 Troubleshooting

    Command returns “Failback (or Failover) on N_Port port_number is supported.” If it returns, “Failback (or Failover) on N_Port port_number is not supported.” See “Adding a preferred secondary external port (N_Port)” on page 21. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 44 Troubleshooting Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 45: Appendix B Command Reference

    To use Admin Domains, you must first disable Virtual Fabrics; to use Virtual Fabrics, you must first delete all Admin Domains. Use ad --clear -f to remove all Admin Domains. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 46: Understanding Virtual Fabric Restrictions

    Accounts with user or admin permissions can be granted chassis permissions. A user account with the chassis role can execute chassis-level commands at the user RBAC access level. An admin account with the chassis role can execute chassis-level commands at the admin RBAC access level. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 47: Understanding Admin Domain Restrictions

    This appendix describes using the command line interface (accessed via Telnet, SSH, or serial console) to manage the Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module. The command line interface (CLI) enables an administrator to monitor and manage the FC SAN Module from a standard workstation.
  • Page 48: Commands

    Upload the entire system configuration including the data for all logical switches and for the chassis (-all). The interactive version of the command (no operands) prompts for input on only the parameters the user is allowed to execute. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 49 To be able to mention the FTP server by name, you need to set up one or more DNS servers with dnsConfig. Quotation marks are optional. “user” Specifies the login name for the external host. Quotation marks are optional. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 50 To upload the configuration for the entire chassis to a local file from the command line forcing an overwrite: switch:admin> configupload -chassis -local -force config.txt configUpload complete: All config parameters are uploaded To upload the configuration for the current logical switch to an external FTP server: Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 51 ID, Virtual Fabric status (enabled or disabled), and internal port (F_Port) trunking ports. The file should be named switch-conf_xx.txt to distinguish it from the regular system configuration (config.txt). The xx Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 52 In addition, the following restrictions apply: The switches must be disabled unless you only wish to download SNMP parameters. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 53 Do not manually edit a configuration file after uploading the file and before downloading the file to a switch. Manual editing bypasses sanity checks for some configuration parameters and results in unpredictable system behavior. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 54 -local Downloads a specified configuration file from a predetermined directory on the local chassis. -USB | -U Downloads a specified configuration file from a predetermined directory on an attached USB device. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 55 FID 8 from an attached USB device (requires chassis permissions): switch:admin> configdownload -fid 8 -sfid 4 -USB config_fid8.txt To download the Virtual Fabric configuration file using FTP: switch:admin> configdownload -vf -p ftp 10.32.248.119,jdoe,/temp/switch-conf_66.txt,mypassword Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 56 Use this command to download switch firmware from an FTP or SSH server or local NFS directory to nonvolatile storage. Switch firmware can also be downloaded from an external USB device on platforms that support USB. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 57 Enables auto reboot mode. When single CP mode is enabled and this operand is not specified, reboot must be run manually to activate the downloaded image. If auto reboot mode is enabled, the switch reboots automatically after the firmware has been downloaded. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 58 This option allows firmwareDownload to continue even if HCL is not supported in the fabric or the protocol fails. Using this option may cause traffic disruption for some switches in the fabric. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 59 Type of Firmware (FOS, SAS, or any application) [FOS]:SAS Target Slots (all, or slot numbers) [all]: Server Name or IP Address: 192.168.32.10 Network Protocol (1-auto-select, 2-FTP, 3-SCP) [1]: userfoo User Name: File Name: /home/userfoo/dist/release.plist Password: Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 60 The USB device is not enabled. Use the usbStorage command on the switch to enable the USB device. On enterprise-class platforms, the command must be run on the Active CP to enable the USB device. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 61 Slot 2 (SAS): Firmware commit is started. [8]: Thu Jul 28 00:37:50 2007 Slot 7 (SAS): Firmware commit is started. [9]: Thu Jul 28 00:37:50 2007 Slot 2 (SAS): Firmware commit has completed. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 62 [7]: Mon Dec 19 18:48:57 2007 Slot 5 (CP0, active): Firmware is being download to standby CP. This step may take up to 30 minutes. [8]: Mon Dec 19 18:49:28 2007 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 63 “Understanding Admin Domain restrictions” on page 33 for details. Operands none Examples To display the firmware version on a switch: switch:admin> firmwareshow Appl Primary/Secondary Versions ------------------------------------------ v6.1.1 v6.1.1 v3.0.0 v3.0.0 v3.0.0 v3.0.0 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 64 S9bddb9SQbTAceeC: Fabric license eezeRRySff0fSe: Remote Switch license bzbzRcbcSc0c0SY: Remote Fabric license dSeR9RcSeeTfSAq: Extended Fabric license RyeSzRScycTzfT09: Entry Fabric license RyeSzRScycUzfT0A: Fabric Watch license RyeSzRScycazfT0G: Trunking license RyeSzRScycS0fT09: 4 Domain Fabric license Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 65 When adding a trunking license is added to the switch, you must refresh the trunk ports to activate the trunking license. Depending on your system, use portDisable/portEnable, switchDisable/switchEnable or chassisDisable/chassisEnable to refresh the trunk ports. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 66 This value is set by the portCfgTrunkPort command. Long Distance Displays (..) or OFF when long distance mode is off; otherwise, displays long distance levels as follows: LE The link is up to 10 km. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 67 OFF. This value is set by the portCfgExPort command. Mirror Port Displays ON when Mirror Port is enabled on the port. Displays (..) or OFF when Mirror Port is disabled. This value is set by the portCfg mirrorport command. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 68 To display the configuration settings for all ports on a switch with NPIV Mode enabled: Ports of Slot 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 -----------------+--+--+--+--+----+--+--+--+----+--+--+--+----+--+--+-- Speed AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN Fill Word Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 69 16 Area Number: Speed Level: AUTO(HW) Fill Word: 0(Idle-Idle) AL_PA Offset 13: Trunk Port Long Distance VC Link Init Locked L_Port Locked G_Port Disabled E_Port ISL R_RDY Mode RSCN Suppressed Persistent Disable Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 70 The port is set at a fixed speed of 2 Gbps. The port is set at a fixed speed of 4 Gbps. The port is set at a fixed speed of 8 Gbps. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 71 Authentication type and associated parameters (ifapplicable) used on the port at port online. None No authentication was performed. FCAP FCAP authentication was performed. DHCHAP DHCHAP authentication was performed. Also displays DH group and hash type used for authentication. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 72 The World Wide Port Names of connected devices. Distance The port's long-distance level. In the case of LD mode, the user configured distance and actual distance also are displayed. See portCfgLongDistance for information on long distance levels. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 73 1/10GbE port. Refer to the example section for an illustration. Following the general information, the command displays three columns of counters. The first column shows interrupt statistics: Interrupts Total number of interrupts. Unknown Interrupts that are not counted elsewhere. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 74 N8Gbps LE domain: 0 FC Fastwrite: OFF Interrupts: Link_failure: 0 Frjt: Unknown: Loss_of_sync: 9 Fbsy: Lli: Loss_of_sig: Proc_rqrd: 9525 Protocol_err: 0 Timed_out: Invalid_word: 588 Rx_flushed: Invalid_crc: Tx_unavail: Delim_err: Free_buffer: Address_err: Overrun: Lr_in: Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 75 Operands When invoked without operands, this command goes into interactive mode. The following operands are optional: Does not prompt for confirmation. This operand is optional; if omitted, you are prompted for confirmation. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 76 OK to proceed? (yes, y, no, n): [no] y Host IP or Host Name: 192.168.126.115 User Name: admin Password: Protocol (ftp or scp): ftp Remote Directory: /temp/support Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 77 Filter group commands, disabled by default. perfmon Performance Monitor group commands, disabled by default. ficon FICON group commands, disabled by default. iswitch FC Router group commands, disabled by default. asic_db ASIC DB group commands, disabled by default. Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 78 Flash: Mon Oct 20 16:04:18 2008 BootProm: 1.0.6 supportshow groups enabled: enabled exception enabled port enabled fabric enabled services enabled security enabled network enabled portlog enabled system enabled extend disabled filter disabled Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 79 The version of switch OS. Made on The build date of firmware running in switch. Flash The build date of firmware stored in flash proms. BootProm The version of the firmware stored in the boot PROM Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 80 WWN. Examples To display the switch WWN: switch:admin> wwn 10:00:00:05:1e:41:5c:c1 To display the switch WWN and serial number: switch:admin:admin> wwn -sn WWN: 10:00:00:05:1e:41:5c:c1 ALK0343C00Y Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 81 To display the WWN and the Fibre Channel address: switch:admin> fabricshow Switch ID Worldwide Name Enet IP Addr FC IP Addr Name ---------------------------------------------------------------- 66:fffc42 10:00:00:05:1e:41:5c:c1 10.32.228.66 0.0.0.0 "Spir6" 200:fffcc8 10:00:00:05:1e:39:d8:5a 10.32.228.200 0.0.0.0 "DCX2" The Fabric has 2 switches Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 82 Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 83 Cisco fabric connectivity daisy chaining enabling NPIV on Cisco switch dual CP system code active CP and supportFTP command line interface E_D_TOV and configDownload E_Port Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 84 FICON firmware download firmware version mapping FR4-18i blade example ports MAX_HOPS M-EOS switch, enabling NPIV G_Port N_Port description F_Port, remove mapping example HA, see high availability Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 85 N_Port disabling login balancing mode managed fabric name monitoring mode remove port group rename trace port ID port mapping default F_Port-to-N_Port port state, description U_Port user port Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...
  • Page 86 WAN_TOV zoning and configDownload schemes Dell 8/4Gbps FC SAN Module Administrator’s Guide 53-1001345-01...

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