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edge switch 2/32 installation guide
Part Number: AA-RSTZB-TE/958-000290-000
Second Edition (January 2003)
This installation guide provides procedures for setting up,
configuring, and managing the Edge Switch 2/32.

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    StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 installation guide Part Number: AA-RSTZB-TE/958-000290-000 Second Edition (January 2003) This installation guide provides procedures for setting up, configuring, and managing the Edge Switch 2/32.

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    The warranties for Hewlett-Packard Company products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements accompanying such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Printed in the U.S.A. hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 installation guide Second Edition (January 2003) Part Number: AA-RSTZB-TE/958-000290-000...

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    HP Technical Support ........

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    Task 9: Configure Feature Key (Optional) ......2–15 Configure HP Flexport Technology Feature Key ..... . 2–16 Configure OSMS Feature Key .

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    Configure Port Addresses (S/390 Mode) ......2–36 Configure SNMP Trap Message Recipients ......2–39 Configure and Enable E-mail Notification .

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    Contents Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with FCC Logo—United States Only A–3 Modifications ........... . . A–3 Network and Serial Cables.

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    2–2 Connect To dialog box ......... . . 2–8 2–3 Port Settings dialog box .

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    Contents 2–40 Switch page—Identification tab ........2–56 2–41 Switch page—Date/Time tab.

  • Page 9: Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    Related Documentation For a list of corresponding documentation included with this product, see the “Related Documents” section of the hp StorageWorks edge switch release notes. For the latest information, documentation, and firmware releases, please visit the HP StorageWorks website: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/storage/saninfrastructure.html...

  • Page 10: Document Conventions

    (output and messages) Variables Website addresses Table 1 apply. Blue text: Figure 1 Bold Italics Monospace font COMMAND NAMES are uppercase unless they are case sensitive Monospace, italic font Sans serif font (http://thenew.hp.com) edge switch 2/32 installation guide Convention...

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    Symbols in Text These symbols may be found in the text of this manual. They have the following meanings. WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions in the warning could result in bodily harm or loss of life. CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data.

  • Page 12: Rack Stability

    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 injury from a hot component, allow the surface to cool before touching.

  • Page 13: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Authorized Reseller

    Operating system type and revision level • Detailed, specific questions 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: website, select the appropriate product or solution. HP Authorized Reseller For the name of your nearest HP Authorized Reseller: •...

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    About This Guide edge switch 2/32 installation guide...

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    Channel technology that provides a bandwidth of 2.125 Gbps, redundant switched data paths, a scalable number of active ports, and long transmission distances (up to 35 km). This chapter describes the switch and attached HP StorageWorks Ha-Fabric Manager (HAFM) server. The chapter specifically discusses: •...

  • Page 16: Edge Switch 2/32 Description, Switch, Hafm Server, And Ethernet Hub

    The switch provides connectivity for devices manufactured by multiple original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). To determine if an OEM product can communicate through connections provided by the switch, or if communication restrictions apply, refer to the supporting publications for the product or contact your HP marketing representative. 1–2...

  • Page 17: Features, Error-detection, Reporting, And Serviceability

    Features The following sections describe the features of the Edge Switch 2/32: Error-Detection, Reporting, and Serviceability The switch provides the following error-detection, reporting, and serviceability features: • Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) on switch FRUs and adjacent to Fibre Channel ports that provide visual indicators of hardware status or malfunctions. •...

  • Page 18: Zoning

    SNMP trap messages. The trap messages indicate switch operational state changes and failure conditions. NOTE: For more information about SNMP support provided by HP products, refer to the hp StorageWorks SNMP reference guide for director 2/64, edge switch 2/16, and edge switch 2/32.

  • Page 19: Multi-switch Fabrics, Switch Management

    Zones are grouped into zone sets. A zone set is a group of zones that is enabled (activated) or disabled across all switches in a multi-switch fabric. Only one zone set can be enabled at one time. Multi-Switch Fabrics A Fibre Channel topology that consists of one or more interconnected switches or switch elements is called a fabric.

  • Page 20: Field Replaceable Units, Edge Switch 2/32 (front View)

    Introduction checking is done for pre-existing conditions and no prompts display to guide users through tasks. Refer to hp StorageWorks CLI reference guide for edge switches and directors. This manual provides details on the Product Manager application for the Edge Switch 2/32 only.

  • Page 21: Sfp Transceivers, Cooling Fans, Power Supplies, Edge Switch 2/32 (rear View)

    Cooling fan (4) Power supply (2) Figure 1–3: Edge Switch 2/32 (Rear View) SFP Transceivers A single-mode or multi-mode fiber-optic cable attaches to a port through a pluggable small form factor (SFP) transceiver. The SFP provides a duplex LC interface, and can be detached from the switch port for easy replacement.

  • Page 22: Connectors And Indicators, Initial Machine Load Button, Ethernet Lan Connector

    Introduction Each power supply has a separate CTP connection to allow for independent AC power sources. The power supplies are input-rated at 100 to 230 volts alternating current (VAC). Power supply requirements are listed in Connectors and Indicators Connectors and indicators include the: •...

  • Page 23: Power And System Error Leds, Fru Status Leds, Maintenance Port, Software Diagnostic Features

    Power and System Error LEDs The PWR LED, as shown in facility AC power and powered on. If the LED extinguishes, a facility power source, power cord, or power distribution failure is indicated. The ERR LED, as shown in requiring immediate operator attention, such as a FRU failure. The LED remains illuminated as long as an event is active.

  • Page 24: Hafm Server Description, Hafm Server

    Switches. Figure 1–4: HAFM server The server is mounted in a slide-out drawer in the HP-supplied equipment rack. The HAFM server or Ethernet access to the Embedded Web Server (EWS) interface is required to install, configure, and manage the Edge Switch 2/32.

  • Page 25: Ethernet Hub, Optional Kits, Port Ethernet Hub

    Ethernet adapter card. This LAN port attaches to the customer’s public intranet to allow access from remote user workstations. An optional Ethernet adapter card (not supplied by HP) can be installed in the personal computer memory card international association (PCMCIA) slot to provide a connection to a private LAN segment for dedicated director communication.

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    Introduction 1–12 edge switch 2/32 installation guide...

  • Page 27: Installation Task Summary

    This chapter describes tasks to install, configure, and verify operation of the edge switch 2/32. The switch can be installed on a table or desk top, or mounted in any standard equipment rack. For a list of the factory-set defaults for the switch and the Reset Configuration option, refer to Appendix Summary of Installation Tasks...

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    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Table 2–1: Installation Task Summary (Continued) Task Number and Description Task 6: Configure the Switch to the HAFM Application Task 7: Record or Verify HAFM Server Restore Information Task 8: Verify Switch-to-HAFM Server Communication Task 9: Configure Feature Key (Optional)

  • Page 29: Installation Options, Task 1: Verify Installation Requirements

    Fabric and device connectivity are evaluated, and the related planning worksheet is complete. Refer to the hp StorageWorks product in a SAN environment: planning guide for director 2/64, edge switch 2/16, and edge switch 2/32.

  • Page 30: Task 2: Unpack, Inspect, And Install The Switch, Unpack And Inspect The Switch, Desktop Installation

    2. Unpack the shipping containers and inspect each item for damage. Save all shipping and packing materials. Ensure that all items on the enclosed shipping list are in each container. 3. If any items are damaged or missing, customers should contact a HP authorized service provider or reseller. Desktop Installation To install and configure the switch on a desktop: 1.

  • Page 31: Rack-mount Installation

    8. After successful POST completion, the green power (PWR) LED remains O all other front panel LEDs turn O 9. If a POST error or other malfunction occurs, refer to the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 service manual to isolate the problem.

  • Page 32: Task 3: Configure Network Information

    NOTE: If you have enabled additional port function with the HP Flexport Feature since the switch shipped from the factory, resetting the configuration will return this feature to the factory default of only 16 ports enabled.

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    Verify the type of LAN installation with the customer’s network administrator. If one switch is installed on a dedicated LAN, network addresses do not require change. If multiple switches are installed or a public LAN segment is used, network addresses must be changed to conform to the customer’s LAN addressing scheme.

  • Page 34: Connection Description Dialog Box, Connect To Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–1: Connection Description dialog box 5. Type edge switch 2-32 in the Name field and click OK. The Connect To dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 2–2: Connect To dialog box Figure 2–2.

  • Page 35: Port Settings Dialog Box

    6. Ensure the Connect using field displays COM1 or COM2 (depending on the serial communication port connection to the switch), and click OK. The Port Settings dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 2–3: Port Settings dialog box 7. Configure the Port Settings parameters as follows: —...

  • Page 36: Hyperterminal Window

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–4: HyperTerminal window 9. At the C> prompt, type ipconfig and press Enter. The HyperTerminal window displays with configuration information listed as follows: — MAC Address — IP Address (default is 10.1.1.10, factory preset is 10.1.1.10) —...

  • Page 37: Task 4: Lan-connect The Switch, Disconnect Now Dialog Box, Save Session Dialog Box

    Task 4: LAN-Connect the Switch Connect the switch to the customer-supplied Ethernet LAN segment or the HP-supplied Ethernet hub. To connect the desktop or rack-mounted switch to the Ethernet LAN segment: 1. Connect one end of the Ethernet patch cable (supplied with the switch) to the RJ-45 connector (labeled 10/100) on the left front of the chassis.

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    If the switch is installed on a customer-supplied LAN segment, connect the cable to the LAN as directed by the customer’s network administrator. b. If the switch is installed on the HP-supplied Ethernet hub, connect the cable to any available port on the hub.

  • Page 39: Task 6: Configure The Switch To The Hafm Application

    Configuration information must be recorded to restore the HAFM server in case of hard drive failure. The Windows 2000 operating system and the HAFM and Edge Switch 2/32 Product Manager application must also be restored. Refer to the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 service manual for instructions.

  • Page 40: Task 8: Verify Switch-to-hafm Server Communication, Switch Operational States And Symbols

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Task 8: Verify Switch-to-HAFM Server Communication Communication must be verified between the switch and the HAFM server (High Availability Fabric Manager and Product Manager applications). To verify switch-to-server communication: 1. At the Windows 2000 desktop, click HAFM at the task bar (bottom of the desktop) to maximize the Product View page.

  • Page 41: Task 9: Configure Feature Key (optional), Switch Hardware View Page

    If switch operation displays degraded or a switch failure is indicated (FRU alert symbols and a yellow triangle or red diamond at the alert panel), refer to the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 service manual to isolate the problem. Task 9: Configure Feature Key (Optional) Perform this task to display or install operating features that are available as customer-specified options.

  • Page 42: Configure Hp Flexport Technology Feature Key, Configure Osms Feature Key

    A feature key is a case-sensitive alphanumeric string with dashes every four characters. Configure HP Flexport Technology Feature Key This feature key enables additional port function. The factory default settings enable 16 of the 32 ports, and this feature key enables additional ports. Until this feature is enabled the additional ports will display as Not Installed in the Port Operational State window of the Hardware View and Port List View pages.

  • Page 43: Configure Feature Key Dialog Box, New Feature Key Dialog Box, Enable Feature Key Dialog Box

    Figure 2–9: Configure Feature Key dialog box 3. Click New. The New Feature Key dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 2–10: New Feature Key dialog box 4. Type the OSMS feature key (case-sensitive xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xx format) and click OK. The Enable Feature Key dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 2–11: Enable Feature Key dialog box 5.

  • Page 44: Configure Fms Feature Key, Configure Feature Key Dialog Box, New Feature Key Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Configure FMS Feature Key Perform this procedure to configure the FMS feature key. This feature key enables host control of the switch from an IBM System/390 or zSeries 900 Parallel Enterprise server attached to a switch port. The server communicates with the switch through a FICON channel.

  • Page 45: Task 10: Configure Osms Or Ficon Management Server (optional), Configure Osms, Activate Fms Feature Key

    Figure 2–14: Activate FMS feature key Task 10: Configure OSMS or FICON Management Server (Optional) Perform this task to configure the open systems management server or FICON management server. Only one management server can be configured at a time. Configure OSMS Perform this procedure to configure the open systems management server and enable OSI host control of the switch.

  • Page 46: Configure Fms, Configure Ficon Management Server Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 2. Allow or prohibit host (OSI server) control by selecting Host Control Prohibited. If a check mark displays, host control is prohibited. 3. Click Activate to enable a change and allow or prohibit open systems host control.

  • Page 47: Task 11: Set Switch Date And Time, Code Page Choices

    • Active = Saved—when this option is enabled, the active configuration of logical port addresses is used when the IPL configuration file is updated. If a check mark displays, the Active = Saved option is enabled. 3. Select the appropriate country code page from the following Code Page list box, as shown in Table Table 2–3: Code Page Choices...

  • Page 48: Set Date And Time Manually, Configure Date And Time Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–17: Configure Date and Time dialog box Set Date and Time Manually To set the switch date and time manually: 1. At the Configure Date and Time dialog box, click Periodic Date/Time Synchronization to deselect the option (no check mark in the box).

  • Page 49: Periodically Synchronize Date And Time, Task 12: Configure The Edge Switch 2/32 Product Manager Applications

    Applications Selectively perform the following configuration tasks for the Edge Switch 2/32 Product Manager application according to the customer’s installation requirements. For additional information, refer to the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 product manager user guide. • Identify the switch to the HAFM application.

  • Page 50: Configure Switch Identification, Configure Identification Dialog Box

    If the switch is installed on a public LAN, the name should reflect the switch’s Ethernet network DNS host name. For example, if the DNS host name is hpes232.hp.com, enter hpes232. b. Click Set Name as Nickname and add a check mark if you want to use the name in the name field as the nickname for the switch’s WWN.

  • Page 51: Configuring The Switch, Configuring Switch Operating Parameters

    c. Type a switch description of 255 alphanumeric characters or less in the Description field. d. Type the switch’s physical location (255 alphanumeric characters or less) in the Location field. e. Type the name of a contact person (255 alphanumeric characters or less) in the Contact field.

  • Page 52: Switch Parameters, Configure Switch Parameters Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–20: Configure Switch Parameters dialog box Ordinarily, you do not need to change values in this dialog box from their defaults. The only exception is the Preferred Domain ID. Change this value if the switch will participate in a multiswitch fabric.

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    ID, the E_Ports segment, causing the fabric to segment. For more information on domain ID, refer to the section on domain ID assignment for multiswitch fabrics in the HP StorageWorks Products in a SAN Environment — Planning Manual for details. Insistent This option is not supported unless the SANtegrity feature is installed.

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    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Enabling the rerouting delay ensures that frames are delivered in order through the fabric to their destination. If there is a change to the fabric topology that creates a new path (for example, a new switch is added to the fabric), frames may be routed over this new path if its hop count is less than a previous path with a minimum hop count.

  • Page 55: Configure Fabric Operating Parameters

    • Use Open Systems mode for all other (non-FICON) Fibre Channel environments. Configure Fabric Operating Parameters Use procedures in this section to set parameters on the switch for fabric operation through the Configure Fabric Parameters dialog box. These operating parameters are stored in NV-RAM on the switch.

  • Page 56: Fabric Parameters, Configure Fabric Parameters Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–21: Configure Fabric Parameters dialog box NOTE: Ordinarily, you do not need to change values in this dialog box from their defaults. The only exception is the Preferred Domain ID. Change this value if the switch will participate in a multiswitch fabric.

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    R_A_TOV Configure resource allocation time-out value (R_A_TOV) in tenth-of-a-second increments. This variable works with the error detect time-out value (E_D_TOV) variable to control the switch’s behavior when an error condition occurs. Resources are allocated to a circuit when errors are detected and are not released for reuse until the time set by the R_A_TOV value expires.

  • Page 58: Configure Ports (open Systems Mode)

    Interop Mode Select the following option: • Open Fabric 1.0. Select this mode if the fabric contains HP directors and switches, as well as other open-fabric compliant switches. Select this mode for managing heterogeneous fabrics. Configure Ports (Open Systems Mode)

  • Page 59: Configure Ports Dialog Box (open Systems Mode)

    b. Click Blocked check box to block or unblock a port. A check mark in the box indicates the port is blocked. Blocking the port prevents the attached device from communicating with the switch. A blocked port continuously transmits the offline sequence (OLS), as shown in Figure 2–22: Configure Ports dialog box (open systems mode) c.

  • Page 60: Configure Ports (s/390 Mode)

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 A right-click in the Speed column allows you to choose from a menu to set all ports to 1 Gb/sec, 2 Gb/sec, or Navigate. g. Port Binding—Click this check box to display a check mark and enable WWN binding for the port.

  • Page 61: Configure Ports Dialog Box (s/390 Mode)

    Figure 2–23: Configure Ports dialog box (S/390 mode) a. Click 10-100 km to enable extended distance buffering for a port. A check mark in the box indicates extended distance operation up to 100 kilometers (through repeaters) is enabled. b. Click LIN Alerts to enable or disable LIN alerts for a port. A check mark in the box indicates alerts are enabled.

  • Page 62: Configure Port Addresses (s/390 Mode)

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 e. Bound WWN—Enter a World Wide Name (WWN) in the proper format (xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx) or a nickname configured through the Product Manager application. The device with this WWN or nickname will have exclusive attachment to the port if WWN Binding is enabled. If a valid WWN or nickname is not entered in this field, but the WWN Binding check box is checked (enabled), then no devices can connect to the port.

  • Page 63: Configure Addresses—active Dialog Box

    Figure 2–24: Configure Addresses—Active dialog box a. Select a blank Name field and type a descriptive port name of 24 or fewer alphanumeric characters. Use a name that reflects the device connected to the port. b. Click Blocked to block or unblock a port. A check mark in the box indicates the port is blocked.

  • Page 64: Save Address Configuration As Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 • Prohibit or allow connections for an entire row (row 0C is prohibited in the Configure Addresses—Active dialog box example), • Prohibit or allow connections for all switch ports, • Block or unblock all switch ports, or •...

  • Page 65: Configure Snmp Trap Message Recipients, Configure Snmp Agent Dialog Box

    Configure SNMP Trap Message Recipients Perform this procedure to configure community names, write authorizations, and network addresses and for up to 12 SNMP trap message recipients. A trap recipient is a management workstation that receives notification (through SNMP) if a switch event occurs.

  • Page 66: Configure And Enable E-mail Notification, Configure Snmp Dialog Box—enable Authorization Traps

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 2. To enable transmission of trap messages to configured SNMP management workstations, click Enable Authorization Traps. A check mark displays in the box when transmission is enabled, as shown in Figure 2–27: Configure SNMP dialog box—Enable Authorization Traps 3.

  • Page 67: Configure E-mail Dialog Box

    Figure 2–28: Configure E-Mail dialog box a. Type the IP address or DNS host name of the SMTP server in the SMTP server field. Use 64 alphanumeric characters or less. It is recommended the IP address be used. b. For the E-Mail Addresses fields, type the e-mail addresses of up to five recipients who should be informed of system events.

  • Page 68: Configure And Enable Call-home Features, Configure Threshold Alerts

    There are two call-home features available, and only one is installed when the HAFM application is installed on the HAFM server. To learn more about configuring Call-Home features, refer to the hp StorageWorks HAFM server installation guide. Configure Threshold Alerts A threshold alert notifies users when the transmit (Tx) or receive (Rx) throughput reaches specified values for specific switch ports or port types, (E_Ports or F_Ports).

  • Page 69: Procedures, Create New Alert, Configure Threshold Alerts Dialog Box

    Procedures Use the following procedures to create a new threshold alert, or to modify, activate, deactivate, or delete an alert. Create New Alert 1. At the Hardware View for the selected switch, choose Configure > Threshold Alerts. The Configure Threshold Alerts dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 2–29.

  • Page 70: New Threshold Alerts Dialog Box—first Screen

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 2. Click New. The New Threshold Alert dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 2–30. Figure 2–30: New Threshold Alerts dialog box—first screen 3. Enter a name from one to 64 characters in length. All characters in the ISO Latin-1 character set, excluding control characters, are allowed.

  • Page 71: New Threshold Alerts Dialog Box—second Screen

    5. Click Next. A new screen displays with additional parameters. The name configured for the alert displays at the top of the screen. Click Previous to return to the previous screen, as shown in Figure 2–31: New Threshold Alerts dialog box—second screen 6.

  • Page 72: New Threshold Alerts Dialog Box—third Screen

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 9. Click Next. A new screen displays for selecting ports for the alerts, as shown in Figure 2–32. Figure 2–32: New Threshold Alerts dialog box—third screen 10. Either select Port Type or Port List. •...

  • Page 73: New Threshold Alerts Dialog Box—summary Screen

    11. Click Next. A final screen displays to provide a summary of your alert configuration. To make any changes, backwards and forwards through the configuration screens by selecting Previous and Next, as shown in Figure 2–33: New Threshold Alerts dialog box—summary screen 12.

  • Page 74: Modify An Alert, Configure Threshold Alerts Dialog Box—alerts Activated

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–34: Configure Threshold Alerts dialog box—alerts activated Modify an Alert Use the following steps to modify an existing threshold alert configuration. 1. Choose Configure > Threshold Alerts. The Configure Threshold Alerts dialog box displays.

  • Page 75: Activate Or Deactivate Alerts, Delete Alerts

    6. Click Next when you are done. A Modify Threshold screen displays where you can change the % utilization, cumulative minutes for the threshold to occur before notification, and the time interval for measuring throughput and for alert notification. 7. Make appropriate changes, then continue through the Modify Threshold screens, making changes as necessary, until the summary screen displays showing the alert configuration.

  • Page 76: Task 13: Test Remote Notification (optional), Test Remote Notification Dialog Box, Information Dialog Box

    Because the features are configured at the HAFM application, call-home and e-mail notification are enabled for multiple switches or HP managed products. To test remote notification: 1. Close the Hardware View page for the switch and return to the Product View page by closing the window.

  • Page 77: Task 14: Back Up Hafm Configuration Data

    It is important to back up the HAFM configuration data. This data is used to restore the HAFM server operating environment in case of hard drive failure. Refer to the hp StorageWorks HAFM server installation guide for instructions on backing up the HAFM configuration data.

  • Page 78: Username And Password Required Dialog Box

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 3. At the browser, enter the IP address of the switch as the internet uniform resource locator (URL). Use the default IP address of 10.1.1.10, the factory preset of 10.1.1.10, or the IP address configured while performing Network Information”...

  • Page 79: Embedded Web Server Interface—view Window

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 4. Type the default 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. 5. Click OK. The Embedded Web Server interface opens with the View window displayed, as shown in Figure 2–38.

  • Page 80: Configure Switch Ports, Block Or Unblock A Port From The Configure Window

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Configure Switch Ports Perform the procedure in this section to configure names and operating characteristics for the switch ports. To configure one or more ports: 1. At the View window, click Configure at the left side of the window. The Configure window opens with the Ports tab displayed.

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    c. Choose the check box in the 10-100 km column to enable extended distance buffering for a port (default is disabled). A check mark in the box indicates extended distance operation up to 100 kilometers (through repeaters) is enabled. d. Select a Type field and choose generic port (G_Port), fabric port (F_Port), or expansion port (E_Port) from the list box.If F_Port or E_Port is selected, the port will only operate as the port type selected.

  • Page 82: Switch Page—identification Tab

    If the switch is installed on a public LAN, the name should reflect the switch’s Ethernet network DNS host name. For example, if the DNS host name is hpes232.hp.com, then enter hpes232. b. Type a switch description of 255 alphanumeric characters or less in the Description field.

  • Page 83: Configure Date And Time, Switch Page—date/time Tab

    Configure Date and Time Perform this procedure to configure the effective date and time for the switch. To set the date and time: 1. At the Configure window, click the Switch tab, then select Date/Time tab. The Switch page displays with Date/Time tab selected (highlighted red), as shown in Figure 2–41.

  • Page 84: Configure Switch And Fabric Parameters, Configure Switch Parameters

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Configure Switch and Fabric Parameters Perform this procedure to configure the following switch and fabric operating parameters: Buffer-to-Buffer Credit (BB_Credit), Error Detect Time Out Value (E_D_TOV), and Resource Allocation Time Out Value (R_A_TOV), preferred domain ID and switch priority.

  • Page 85: Switch Page—parameters Tab

    Figure 2–42: Switch page—Parameters tab a. At the Preferred Domain ID field, type a value between 1 and 31 (default is 1). The domain ID uniquely identifies each switch in a fabric. All fabric-attached switches must have unique domain IDs. If the value is not unique, the E_Port connection to the switch segments and the switch cannot communicate with the fabric.

  • Page 86: Set Fabric Parameters

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 c. Click the Rerouting Delay check box to enable or disable the option. If a check mark displays, the option is enabled. If rerouting delay is enabled, traffic is delayed through a fabric by the specified E_D_TOV time. This delay ensures Fibre Channel frames are delivered to their destination in order, even if a change to the fabric topology creates a new (shorter) transmission path.

  • Page 87: Switch Page—fabric Parameters Tab

    Figure 2–43: Switch page—Fabric Parameters tab a. At the BB_Credit field, type a value between 1 an 60 buffers. The default is 16. Use a value of 60 buffers only for extended distance port operation. b. At the R_A_TOV field, type a value between 10 through 1200 tenths of a second (one through 120 seconds).

  • Page 88: Configure Network Information

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 — HP Fabric 1.0. Default. Select this mode if the fabric contains only HP switches and switches that are operating in HP Fabric 1.0 mode. — Open Fabric 1.0. Select this mode if the fabric contains HP directors and switches, as well as other open-fabric compliant switches.

  • Page 89: Switch Page—network Tab

    Figure 2–44: Switch page—Network tab a. At the IP Address field, type the new value as specified by the customer’s network administrator (default is 10.1.1.10, factory preset is 10.1.1.10). b. At the Subnet Mask field, type the new value as specified by the customer’s network administrator (default is 255.0.0.0).

  • Page 90: Network Configuration Changes Activated

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 3. Click Activate to save the information. The following message box displays, as shown in Figure Figure 2–45: Network configuration changes activated 4. Update the address resolution protocol (ARP) table for the browser PC. a.

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    7. Type the default 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 Embedded Web Server interface opens with the View window displayed.

  • Page 92: Management Page—snmp Tab

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 Figure 2–46: Management page—SNMP tab a. For each trap recipient to be configured, type a community name of 32 alphanumeric characters or less in the associated Community Name field. The community name is incorporated in SNMP trap messages to ensure against unauthorized viewing or use.

  • Page 93: Configure User Rights

    3. Click Activate to save the information. The message Your changes to the SNMP configuration have been successfully activated displays. Configure User Rights Perform this procedure to configure the administrator-level and operator-level passwords used to access the Embedded Web Server interface through the Username and Password Required dialog box.

  • Page 94: User Rights Page

    Installing and Configuring the Edge Switch 2/32 c. Type the administrator password again in the Confirm New Password field, as shown in Figure 2–47: User Rights page 3. 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.

  • Page 95: Task 16: Cable Fibre Channel Ports, Task 17: Connect Switch To A Fabric (optional)

    Task 17: Connect Switch to a Fabric (Optional) To provide Fibre Channel connectivity between public devices and fabric-attached devices, connect the switch to an expansion port (E_Port) of an HP director or switch. The switch port to switch port connection is called an interswitch link (ISL). To fabric-attach the switch and create an ISL: 1.

  • Page 96: Port Properties Dialog Box

    Ensure the Operational State field displays Online and the Reason field displays N/A or is blank. If an ISL segmentation or other problem is indicated, refer to the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 service manual to isolate the problem. If no problems are indicated, installation tasks are complete.

  • Page 97: Task 18: Unpack, Inspect, And Install The Ethernet Hub (optional)

    HAFM server, and one hub port is required to connect each switch. A combination of up to 48 HP products can be configured and managed by a single HAFM server, therefore multiple hubs may be required to provide sufficient port connections. These hubs must be connected in accordance with the hub manufacturer’s specifications.

  • Page 99: Unpack And Inspect The Optics, Edge Switch 2/32 Upgrade

    Each port expansion kit includes eight optical transceivers, upgrade instructions, and a entitlement certificate containing transaction code for obtaining a software licence key (feature key) through an HP website. The feature key can be enabled in the switch using one of the following methods: •...

  • Page 100: Upgrading To 24 Ports, Edge Switch 2/32 Port Locations

    Flexport Upgrade Instructions Upgrading to 24 Ports Ports 0 through 15 should already be populated (see 1. Insert 8 new optical transceivers into ports 16 through 23 (see follows: a. To install a new SFP transceiver, position one of the SFP transceivers so that the key is oriented correctly to the port, and insert the transceiver into the port until it is firmly seated and the latching mechanism clicks.

  • Page 101: Upgrading To 32 Ports, Configure Feature Key In Product Manager, Ews, Or Cli

    EWS to configure the feature key, refer to the online help in the EWS. If you are using CLI to configure the feature key, refer to the hp StorageWorks CLI reference guide for director 2/64, edge switch 2/16, and edge switch 2/32.

  • Page 102: New Feature Key Dialog Box, Configure Feature Key Dialog Box, Enable Feature Key Dialog Box

    Flexport Upgrade Instructions 2. Choose Features from the Configure menu on the menu bar. The Configure Feature Key dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 3–2: Configure Feature Key dialog box 3. Click New to add a new feature key. The New Feature Key dialog box displays, as shown in Figure Figure 3–3: New Feature Key dialog box...

  • Page 103

    7. When you are finished configuring the switch, you can back up the configuration data. For more information, refer to the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32 product manager user guide. NOTE: Be sure to keep the feature entitlement certificate in a secure place.

  • Page 105: Regulatory Compliance Id Numbers

    Regulatory Model Number for this product is: RSVLB-0214 The HP StorageWorks Director 2/140 Regulatory Model Number can be found on the product label, along with the required approval markings and information. When requesting certification information for this product, always refer to this Regulatory Model Number.

  • Page 106: Federal Communications Commission Notice, Class A Equipment, Class B Equipment

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Federal Communications Commission Notice Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and Regulations has established Radio Frequency (RF) emission limits to provide an interference-free radio frequency spectrum. Many electronic devices, including computers, generate RF energy incidental to their intended function and are, therefore, covered by these rules. These rules place computers and related peripheral devices into two classes, A and B, depending upon their intended installation.

  • Page 107: Modifications, Network And Serial Cables

    (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. For questions regarding your product, refer to http://thenew.hp.com. For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact: Hewlett-Packard Company Product Regulations Manager 3000 Hanover St.

  • Page 108: Iec Emc Statement (worldwide), Spécification Ati Classe A (france), Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)

    Regulatory Compliance Notices IEC EMC Statement (Worldwide) This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Spécification ATI Classe A (France) DECLARATION D'INSTALLATION ET DE MISE EN EXPLOITATION d'un matériel de traitement de l'information (ATI), classé...

  • Page 109: Japanese Notice, Taiwanese Notice

    • EN55024 1998 (IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5, IEC61000-4-6, IEC61000-4-8, IEC61000-4-11)-Electromagnetic Immunity • EN60950 (IEC60950)-Product Safety • Power Quality: (IEC610000-3-2)-Harmonics and (IEC61000-3-3)-Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker • Also approved under UL 1950, 3rd Edition/CSA C22.2 No. 950-95, Safety of Information Technology Equipment Japanese Notice Taiwanese Notice edge switch 2/32 installation guide...

  • Page 110: Harmonics Conformance (japan), German Noise Declaration, Laser Safety, Laser Safety (finland)

    • Do not operate controls, make adjustments, or perform procedures to the laser device other than those specified herein. • Allow only HP authorized service technicians to repair the laser device. Laser Safety (Finland) LASERTURVALLISUUS LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT Fibre Channel -kytkinlaitteessa on 16 optista liitäntäporttia, joissa on laserdiodin...

  • Page 111: Certification And Classification Information

    Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle. VARNING ! Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i bruksanvisning specificerats, kan användaren utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1. Fibre Channel -kytkinlaitteessa ei ole käyttäjän tehtäväksi tarkoitettuja huolto- tai säätötoimenpiteitä.

  • Page 112

    The OLM includes the following certifications: • UL Recognized Component (USA) • CSA Certified Component (Canada) • TUV Certified Component (European Union) • CB Certificate (Worldwide) The following figure shows the Class 1 information label that appears on the metal cover of the OLM housing.

  • Page 113: Declaration Of Conformity

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Declaration of Conformity The Declaration of Conformity is shown on the next page. edge switch 2/32 installation guide A–9...

  • Page 115: Factory Defaults, B–1 Factory-set Defaults

    This appendix contains the following information: • Factory Defaults, page B–1 • Physical Dimensions, page B–3 • Environmental Specifications, page B–4 • Power Requirements, page B–4 • Operating Tolerances, page B–4 • Laser Information, page B–5 Factory Defaults Table B–1 lists the defaults for the passwords, and IP, subnet, and gateway addresses.

  • Page 116: Configuration Option

    Technical Specifications Table B–2: Switch Factory-Default Values for Reset Configuration Option Configuration Identification Ports Switch Addressing Operating Mode Operating Parameters B–2 Description Switch Name Switch Description Switch Contact Switch Location Port Names Port Blocked States Extended Distance (10-100km) LIN Alerts Port Address Ports enabled IP Address...

  • Page 117: Physical Dimensions, B–3 Dimensions

    Table B–2: Switch Factory-Default Values for Reset Configuration Option (Continued) Configuration SNMP Management Server Zoning Physical Dimensions Table B–3 lists edge switch 2/32 dimensions. Table B–3: Dimensions Dimension Height Width Depth Weight Shipping Weight edge switch 2/32 installation guide Description SNMP Communities SNMP Write Authorizations Trap Recipient IP Addressees...

  • Page 118: Environmental Specifications, Power Requirements, Operating Tolerances, B–4 Environmental Specifications, B–5 Power Requirements, B–6 Operating Tolerances

    Environmental Specifications Figure B–4 lists environmental ranges for shipping, storing, and operating the hp StorageWorks edge switch 2/32. Table B–4: Environmental Specifications Specification Weight Temperature Humidity Maximum wet-bulb temperature Altitude Power Requirements Table B–5 lists edge switch 2/32 power requirements.

  • Page 119: Laser Information

    Table B–6: Operating Tolerances (Continued) Specification Shock and vibration tolerance Acoustical noise Inclination Laser Information Three configurations of cards with fixed optics will be provided for each of the connector types: four extended long-wave ports, four long-wave ports, and four short-wave ports.

  • Page 121

    Glossary This glossary defines terms used in this guide or in other guides in this series, and is not a comprehensive glossary of computer terms. The following cross-references are used in this glossary: Contrast with. This refers to a term that has an opposite or substantively different meaning. See.

  • Page 122

    Glossary backplane The backplane provides 48 VDC power distribution and connections for all logic cards. backup FRU When an active FRU fails, an identical backup FRU takes over operation automatically (failover) to maintain director and Fibre Channel link operation. beaconing Use of light-emitting diodes on ports, port cards, field-replaceable units, and directors to aid in the fault-isolation process;...

  • Page 123

    Glossary call-home Product feature which enables the HAFM server to automatically contact a support center and report system problems. The support center server accepts calls from the HAFM server, logs reported events, and can notify one or more support center representatives. channel Point-to-point link that transports data from one point to the other.

  • Page 124

    Glossary configuration data Configuration data includes: identification data, port configuration data, operating parameters, SNMP configuration, and zoning configuration. A configuration backup file is required to restore configuration data if the CTP2 card in a non-redundant director is removed and replaced. connectionless Non-dedicated link.

  • Page 125

    Glossary default Pertaining to an attribute, value, or option that is assumed when none is explicitly specified. default zone Contains all attached devices that are not members of a separate zone. destination address Address identifier that indicates the targeted destination of a data frame. device Product, connected to a managed director, that is not controlled directly by the Product Manager.

  • Page 126

    Glossary E_D_TOV See error-detect time-out value. Embedded Web Server Administrators or operators with a browser-capable PC and an Internet connection can monitor and manage the director through an Embedded Web Server interface. The interface provides a GUI similar to the Product Manager application, and supports director configuration, statistics monitoring, and basic operation.

  • Page 127

    Glossary fabric element Any active director or node in a switched fabric. fabric port Physical interface within the fabric that connects to an N_Port through a point-to-point full duplex connection. failover Automatic and non-disruptive transition of functions from an active FRU that has failed to a backup FRU.

  • Page 128

    Glossary See fiber port module card. F_Port See fabric port. See field-replaceable unit. gateway A multi-homed host used to route network traffic from one network to another, and to pass network traffic from one protocol to another. gateway address A unique string of numbers (in the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) that identifies a gateway on the network.

  • Page 129

    Glossary homogeneous fabric A fabric consisting of only HP products. hop count The number of hops a unit of information traverses in a fabric. host bus adapter Logic card that provides a link between the server and storage subsystem, and that integrates the operating systems and I/O protocols to ensure interoperability.

  • Page 130

    Glossary interswitch link Also known as ISL. Physical E_Port connection between two directors in a fabric. I/O configuration See input/output configuration. IOCDS A data set that contains an I/O configuration definition built by the IOCP. IOCP See input/output configuration program. IP address See internet protocol address.

  • Page 131

    Glossary logical unit number Also known as LUN. In Fibre Channel addressing, a logical unit number is a number assigned to a storage device which, in combination with the storage device’s node port’s world wide name, represents a unique identifier for a logical device on a storage area network. loopback plug In a fiber optic environment, a type of duplex connector used to wrap the optical output signal of a device directly to the optical input.

  • Page 132

    Glossary multi-switch fabric Fibre Channel fabric created by linking more than one director or fabric switching device within a fabric. name server Program that translates names from one form into another. Domain name servers (DNS) translate domain names into IP addresses. name server zoning N_Port access management that allows N_Ports to communicate if and only if they belong to a common name server zone.

  • Page 133

    Offline—when the director is set offline, all ports are set offline. The director transmits the offline sequence (OLS) to attached devices, and the devices cannot log in to the director. operating state (port) Valid states include Online, Offline, Testing, Beaconing, Invalid Attachment, Link Incident, No Light, Not Operational, Port Failure, Segmented E_Port.

  • Page 134

    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. port Receptacle on a device to which a cable leading to another device can be attached. port card Field-replaceable hardware component that provides the port connections for fiber cables and performs specific device-dependent logic functions.

  • Page 135

    Glossary remote access link Connection to a device or program on a computer network via a (geographically) remote workstation. remote notification A process by which a system is able to inform remote users and/or workstations of certain classes of events that occur on the system. E-mail notification and the configuration of SNMP trap recipients are two examples of remote notification programs that can be implemented on director-class switches.

  • Page 136

    Glossary SNMP community Also known as SNMP community string. SNMP community is a cluster of managed products (in SNMP terminology, hosts) to which the server or managed product running the SNMP agent belongs. 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.

  • Page 137

    Glossary unblocked port Devices attached to an unblocked port can login to the director and communicate with devices attached to any other unblocked port assuming that this is supported by the current zoning configuration. unicast Communication between a single sender and a single receiver over a network. Compare to multicast and anycast (communication between any sender and the nearest of a group of receivers).

  • Page 138

    Glossary zone member Specification of a device to be included in a zone. A zone member can be identified by the port number of the director to which it is attached or by its world wide name. In multi-switch fabrics, identification of end-devices/nodes by world wide name is preferable. zone set See zone.

  • Page 139

    10/100 Mbps LAN connectors 1–11 active zone set state, default value B–3 additional port function configuring 2–16 reset by configuration reset 2–6 addresses, director default values B–2 alerts, introduction 1–3 audience ix BB_Credit default value B–2 bb_credit 2–30 beaconing, introduction 1–3 binding, port 2–35 buffer-to-buffer credit default value B–2...

  • Page 140

    Index domain RSCNs 2–28 E_D_TOV default value B–2 e_d_tov 2–31 fabric segmentation 2–31 less than r_a_tov 2–31 multiswitch fabrics 2–31 rerouting delay 2–28 E_port segmentation preferred domain ID 2–27 e-mail notification configuring, product manager 2–40 introduction 1–3 embedded web server. See EWS enabled ports, factory default 2–6 equipment symbols xi Ethernet...

  • Page 141

    Installation Options 2–3 Installation Task Summary (table) 2–1 installation tasks backing-up configuration data 2–51 cabling Fibre Channel ports 2–69 configuring network addresses 2–6 product manager application 2–23 switch from EWS 2–51 switch to the HAFM Application 2–13 configuring OSMS or FICON management server 2–19 configuring the feature key 2–15 connecting switch to fabric director 2–69...

  • Page 142

    Index port binding 2–35 port blocked states, default value B–2 port, cabling 2–69 ports binding 2–35 default values B–2 UDP, default value B–3 power supplies 1–7 LEDs 1–9 power supply requirements B–4 preferred domain ID 2–27 multiswitch fabric 2–26 2–30 preferred domain ID, default value B–2 principal switch, determining 2–31 product manager...

  • Page 143

    operating mode 2–28 preferred domain ID 2–27 rerouting delay 2–27 switch priority 2–31 related number codes 2–32 switch priority setting 2–32 switches, principal, determining 2–31 symbols on equipment xi Task 1, Verify Installation Requirements 2–3 Task 10, Configure Feature Key (Optional) 2–15 Task 11, Configure OSMS or FICON Management Server (Optional) 2–19 Task 12, Set Switch Date and Time 2–21...

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