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Product Version: FW V05.01.00-24/HAFM SW V07.01.00-09
Second Edition (June 2003)
Part Number: AA-RTDRB-TE
This guide describes the Embedded Web Server (EWS) and its features. It tells you how to use
EWS to configure, operate, and monitor Storage Area Networks (SANs).

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  • Page 1: Embedded Web Server

    Product Version: FW V05.01.00-24/HAFM SW V07.01.00-09 Second Edition (June 2003) Part Number: AA-RTDRB-TE This guide describes the Embedded Web Server (EWS) and its features. It tells you how to use EWS to configure, operate, and monitor Storage Area Networks (SANs).

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    Hewlett-Packard Company products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements for such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Printed in the U.S.A. Embedded Web Server User Guide Second Edition (June 2003) Part Number: AA-RTDRB-TE...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    HP Authorized Reseller ........

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Controlling Access at the Switch........58 Controlling Access at the Server or Storage Device ......58 Zoning Concepts .

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    Viewing Node List ............100 Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents, Operating And Managing

    Figures Example Embedded Web Server page for Edge Switch 2/24 ..... 19 Enter Network Password dialog box ........24 Switch Tab View .

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    Embedded Web Serve Messages ......... . 117 Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    Contents Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    This user guide provides information to help you: ■ Use the Embedded Web Server (EWS) to configure and manage the following HP StorageWorks products: — Director 2/64 — Director 2/140 — Edge Switch 2/16 — Edge Switch 2/24 — Edge Switch 2/32 ■...

  • Page 10: Overview, Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    Release Notes that came with the product. For the latest information, documentation, and firmware releases, please visit the following StorageWorks website: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/storage/saninfrastructure.html For information about Fibre Channel standards, visit the Fibre Channel Association website, located at http://www.fibrechannel.org. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 11: Conventions, Document Conventions, Tables 1 Document Conventions

    Table 1 Element Blue text: Bold Italics Monospace font COMMAND NAMES are uppercase monospace font unless they are case sensitive <monospace, italic font> Blue, underlined sans serif font text: http://www.hp.com About this Guide apply in most cases. Convention Figure 1...

  • Page 12: Text Symbols, Equipment Symbols

    Any RJ-45 receptacle marked with these symbols indicates a network interface connection. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, or damage to the equipment, do not plug telephone or telecommunications connectors into this receptacle. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 13: Rack Stability

    ■ unstable if more than one rack component is extended for any reason. Embedded Web Server User 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.

  • Page 14: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Storage Website

    Operating system type and revision level ■ Detailed, specific questions HP Storage Website The HP website has the latest information on this product, as well as the latest drivers. Access storage at: storage.html. From this website, select the appropriate product or solution. http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/prodserv/...

  • Page 15: Hp Authorized Reseller

    For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller: ■ In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518 ■ In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868 ■ Elsewhere, see the HP website for locations and telephone numbers: http://www.hp.com. Embedded Web Server User Guide About this Guide...

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    About this Guide Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 17: Introduction, 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.

  • Page 19: Viewing The User Interface, Figures 1 Example Embedded Web Server Page For Edge Switch 2/24

    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. For other products, the corresponding page looks very similar. Figure 1: Example Embedded Web Server page for Edge Switch 2/24 As shown in interface: ■...

  • Page 20: Benefits

    (This easy access provides a single point of product administration that is not limited to the location of an application or special hardware.) Figure 1. Task selection tabs display at the Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 21: Key Terms, Fabric

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

  • Page 22: Storage Area Network (san), Zone (zoning), Zone Member, Zone Set, Suggested Reading

    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. You can obtain this book from the Hewlett-Packard website shipped with the Hewlett-Packard product you purchased.

  • Page 23: Where To Start, Starting Ews

    If the product has not been installed, refer to the product’s installation and service manual for the appropriate IP address, login ID, and password that is initially used when you install and configure the product. Embedded Web Server User Guide Chapter Chapter...

  • Page 24: Enter Network Password Dialog Box, Switch Tab View

    The user name and password are case-sensitive. Also, during installation, the default values may have been changed. If defaults have changed, contact your system administrator for the valid user names and passwords. Figure 3: Switch Tab View Figure Embedded Web Server User Guide Figure...

  • Page 25: 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 26: 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 27: Configure Ports Tab View

    When naming ports, you may want to name each port based on the device attached to the port. For example, if the port is attached to an e-mail server, you might name the port email1 server port 2. The important point is to relate the name of the port to the device that is attached to the port.

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    If a device is connected and logged in to the fabric when extended distance is enabled or disabled on the corresponding port, the HP product sends OLS for 5 milliseconds to force the device to log in again and obtain the new BB_Credit value set for the port.

  • Page 29: Configuring Product Identification, Configure Product Identification Tab View

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

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    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. Note: Spaces are allowed in the Name field.

  • Page 31: Configuring Date And Time, Configure Date And Time Tab View

    — Minute (MM): 00 through 59. — Second (SS): 00 through 59. 2. Click Activate to save and activate the changes. The following message displays: Your changes to the date/time configuration have been successfully activated. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product...

  • Page 32: Configuring Operating Parameters, Configure Product Parameters Tab View

    Parameters tab view Figure 7: Configure product parameters tab view a. At the Preferred Domain ID field, type a value of 1 through 31. The domain ID uniquely identifies each product in a fabric. (Figure Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    Domain RSCNs will cause problems with your HBA or storage products. Note: If Enterprise Fabric Mode (an optional SANtegrity Binding feature) is enabled, then Domain RSCNs must be enabled. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product...

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    Choose Operations from the navigation panel. The Operations page displays. b. Click the Online State tab, then click Set Online. The following message displays: Your operations changes have been successfully activated. “Configuring Fabric Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 35: Configuring Fabric Parameters, Fabric Parameters Tab View

    (10-100 km). The default value is 16. For a description of the buffer-to-buffer credit, refer to industry specification, Fibre Channel Physical and Signaling Interface. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product (Figure...

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    Choose from the Interop Mode drop-down list to set the product operating mode. This option does not display if the operation mode is S/390. (S/390 mode is not supported with the Edge Switch 2/24.) Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    Embedded Web Server User Guide fabric-attached only to other HP directors or switches operating in Homogenous Fabric mode. fabrics and if the product is fabric-attached to HP directors or switches and open-fabric compliant switches produced by other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

  • Page 38: Configuring Network Information, Configuring Network Parameters Tab View

    HP product is installed on a dedicated LAN, network information (IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address) does not require change. If multiple HP products are installed or a public LAN segment is used, network information must be changed to conform to the customer’s LAN addressing scheme.

  • Page 39: Network Information Message Box

    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. Embedded Web Server User Guide (Figure 10). Configuring the Product...

  • Page 40: Configuring Snmp, Configure Snmp Parameters Tab View

    For each trap recipient to be configured, type a community name of 32 alphanumeric characters or less in the Community Name field. The community name is incorporated in SNMP trap messages to prevent unauthorized viewing or use. 11). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    UDP Port Number field to override the default value. 3. Click Activate to save and activate the changes. The following message displays: Your changes to the SNMP configuration have been successfully activated. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product...

  • Page 42: Enabling Or Disabling The Cli, Disabling The Cli

    Click Enable to activate the CLI. The following message displays: Your changes to the CLI enable state have been successfully activated. b. Click Disable to deactivate the CLI. The following message displays: Your changes to the CLI enable state have been successfully activated. 12). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 43: Enabling Or Disabling Host Control, Enabling Osms Host Control

    Click Disable to deactivate the OSMS host control. The following message displays: Your changes to the host control enable state have been successfully activated. Embedded Web Server User Guide (Figure 13). Configuring the Product...

  • Page 44: Zoning Tab View, Configuring User Rights, Configuring User Ids

    2. Choose the Security tab and the User Rights tab. The User Rights tab view displays levels. Figure 14: Configuring user IDs “User Rights (Figure 14) showing the Administrator and Operator user access Chapter Settings” on page 46.) Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    Login may be required. The new settings for user name and password are implemented. Note: In some cases, you may need to log into EWS again to continue using EWS. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product...

  • Page 46: User Rights Settings, User Rights Levels

    Available Available Available Available Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Unavailable Available Available Embedded Web Server User Guide Rights...

  • Page 47: Binding Ports To Devices

    WWN of an attached device for exclusive communication. To configure port binding: 1. Choose Configure from the navigation panel. 2. Choose the Security tab and the Port Binding tab. The Port Binding tab view displays Embedded Web Server User Guide Administrator Rights Available Available...

  • Page 48: Configuring Port Binding

    Note: If the Port Binding check box is checked and a WWN is not specified for binding, no devices can attach to the port. 5. Click the Activate button at the bottom of the screen. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 49: Configuring Open Trunking

    This also means that flow may be rerouted onto a link that goes to a different adjacent switch. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product...

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    SNMP is configured, an SNMP trap is generated. Unresolved congestion occurs when a flow cannot be rerouted to another link because it would exceed the other link's threshold. (Figure 16). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    ISL. The threshold must be a value in the range 1 to 99, if the Default box is not checked. 8. Click the Activate button at the bottom of the screen. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring the Product...

  • Page 52: Installing Feature Keys

    IBM System/390 or zSeries 900 Parallel Enterprise Server server attached to a director or switch port. The server communicates with the switch or director through a FICON channel.

  • Page 53: Feature Installation Tab View

    If the new feature key is removing an existing feature of your system, you must set the switch offline before completing the feature activation process. Figure 17: Feature Installation tab view Embedded Web Server User Guide Offline” on page 105 for instructions on setting (Figure 17).

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    If you receive the error message, Error 238, Invalid Key, it means that either the feature key was entered incorrectly or the feature key is not a valid key for that feature. Re-enter the feature key. If you continue to have problems, contact technical support. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 55: Configuring Zones, Understanding Zoning, Controlling Access Across A Fabric

    ■ How zoning works to control access to storage devices and servers across a fabric. ■ Other methods of controlling access at the switch and at the server and device, such as binding. ■ Merging zoned fabrics. Basic terms and concepts of zoning that you must understand when ■...

  • Page 56: Zoning Through A Single Fibre Channel Managed Product

    Devices in each zone can communicate with and access devices only in their respective zones. ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 3 ZONE 3 Figure 18: Zoning through a single Fibre Channel managed product Director Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 57: Zoning Through A Multiswitch Fabric

    Figure 19: Zoning through a multiswitch fabric Embedded Web Server User Guide Director Director Configuring Zones...

  • Page 58: Controlling Access At The Switch, Controlling Access At The Server Or Storage Device

    Server-level access control is called persistent binding. Persistent binding uses configuration information stored on the server and is implemented through the server’s host bus adapter (HBA) driver. The process binds a server device name to a specific Fibre Channel storage volume or logical unit number (LUN), through a specific HBA and storage port WWN.

  • Page 59: Zoning Concepts

    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). Storage-level access control: ■...

  • Page 60: Naming Conventions For Zones And Zone Sets, Zones, Using Wwns

    WWN of the device. 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 Table 3 Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 61: Using Port Numbers

    The advantage of identifying a zone member by port number is that if the HBA on an attached device fails, you don’t have to identify the member with the WWN of the replacement HBA. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring Zones...

  • Page 62: Default Zone, Zone Sets

    Refer to Table 3 that you can configure in a zone set and the number of zone sets that you can configure. on page 64 for details on the number of zones and zone members Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 63: Active Zone Set, Merging Zoned Fabrics

    If configurations cannot merge, the expansion ports (E_Ports) on each product become segmented. Segmented E_Ports cannot carry traffic from attached devices (class 2 or 3 traffic), but can carry management and control traffic (class F traffic) between managed products. Embedded Web Server User Guide Configuring Zones...

  • Page 64: Rules For Merging Zoned Fabrics, Merging Zones

    If the two zones have the same name but contain different members, then the E_Ports will segment and the fabrics will not join. Result Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 65: Configuring, Adding, Or Deleting Zones

    1. Choose Configure from the navigation panel. 2. At the Configure page, choose the Zoning tab and the Zones tab. The Zones tab view displays as shown in Embedded Web Server User Guide If, in your business practices, zoning tasks are performed using both Figure...

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    ( - ), underscore ( _ ), or dollar ( $ ) symbols. ■ A zone set name can have a maximum of 64 characters. Note: A product can have a maximum of 1024 zones. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 67: Modify Zone Tab View

    5. To add devices (members) to the zone, click the zone name (Zone-1). The Modify Zone tab view displays Figure 21: Modify Zone tab view Embedded Web Server User Guide “Configuring Zone Sets” on page 69 for information about (Figure Configuring Zones 21).

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    64 zones defined, you can display additional pages by choosing Display Previous Zones or Display More Zones. These fields are grayed out if there are 64 or fewer zones defined for a zone set. Sets,” for information about performing this function. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 69: Configuring Zone Sets, Zone Set Tab View

    Rename zone set — To rename a zone set, type the new name in the Zone Set Name field. Click Rename Zone Set. The new zone set name is validated and changed. Note: If no name is specified, the name NEW_ZONE_SET is used. Embedded Web Server User Guide 22). Configuring Zones...

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    ■ Discard changes — To discard unsaved changes made to a zone set configuration and revert to a saved zoning configuration, click Discard Changes. A confirmation dialog box displays. Click OK to discard the changes. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 71: Viewing Product And Fabric Data

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

  • Page 72: Viewing Product Information, Viewing A Representation Of The Product

    This page shows the following: ■ Status — The product’s operational status. Possible values are: Operational, Degraded, and Failed. ■ State — The product’s operational state. Possible states are defined in on page 73. (Figure 23). Table 4 Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 73: State Definitions

    Colored indicators reflect the status of actual LEDs on the product’s components. attention indicators that display on the Switch or Director page. Embedded Web Server User Guide Description 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.

  • Page 74: Status Indicators

    Switch 2/24 only). Amber Off when port status is anything but Failed or Service Required. On when port status is Failed or Service Required. Amber Off when FRU status is Active. On when FRU status is Failed. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 75: Viewing Port Properties, Port Properties Tab View

    The Port Properties page provides the following information: ■ Port Number — The physical port number. ■ Port Name — User-defined port name or description. Embedded Web Server User Guide 24) showing the properties for only one port. Viewing Product and Fabric Data...

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    FAN Configuration — This field indicates the FAN status for the port. This ■ field is valid only on the Edge Switch 2/24. ■ Operational State — Inactive, invalid attachment, link incident, no light, not operational, online, offline, port failure, segmented E_Port, testing, or not installed. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    — External loopback adapter connected to the port — N_Port connection not allowed on this port — Non-HP high availability fabric switch or compatible switch at other — ISL connection not allowed to external Fabrics — Port binding violation — unauthorized WWN —...

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    Unknown. — Speed — The speed capability of the product. Values that may display include 1 Gbps, 2 Gbps, and Unknown. Both 1 Gbps and 2 Gbps may display for optics that support both speeds. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 79: Viewing Fru Properties, Fru Properties Tab View

    Part number — The OEM part number, as set in non-volatile memory of the FRU (if applicable). ■ Serial number — Serial number of the FRU, as set in its non-volatile memory (if applicable). Embedded Web Server User Guide 25) showing each FRU on the product. Viewing Product and Fabric Data...

  • Page 80: Viewing Unit Properties, Unit Properties Tab View

    Type Number — Type Number of the product (such as 6064 for the Director 2/64). ■ Model Number — Model Number of the product. ■ Manufacturer — Three-letter identifier of the product’s manufacturer. ■ Serial Number — Product serial number. 26) showing product properties. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 81: Viewing Operating Parameters For The Product, Operating Parameters Tab View

    FC Address Domain ID — The value of the domain byte of the Fibre ■ Channel address for ports on this product. Embedded Web Server User Guide (Figure 27) showing Switch Parameters and Fabric Parameters. Viewing Product and Fabric Data...

  • Page 82: Viewing Fabric Information

    You can view each of the following: ■ Operating parameters for a fabric. ■ Information about each of the devices that make up the fabric. ■ Topology of the fabric. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 83: Viewing Operating Parameters For A Fabric, Viewing Fabric Directors And Switches

    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 menu, perform the following procedure: 1. Choose View from the navigation panel.

  • Page 84: Fabric Tab With Products Tab View

    Note: If the message Attempting to Collect Data displays in a product cell, you may want to reload the page, because it will not update automatically after the initial view is loaded. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 85: Parts Of The Product Cell, Product Cell Information, Information On The Product Cell

    Topology page. (The hyperlink is found only on the Edge Switch 2/16, Edge Switch 2/32, Edge Switch 2/24, SAN Director 64, Director fc-64, Director 2/64, and Director 2/140.) Other HP switches and non-HP products do not have this hyperlink. Product Cell Information...

  • Page 86: Parts Of The Product Graphic

    — Director fc-64 — Director 2/64 — Director 2/140 — Generic product. All other HP products in the fabric have a generic product graphic. The generic product graphic does not provide a link to the device’s default page. The symbols that display behind the product graphic indicate the status of the product.

  • Page 87: Operating Status Symbols

    Table 7: Operating Status Symbols Symbol Embedded Web Server User Guide Symbol Name Status Green Fully Operational Circle Yellow Redundant Failure Triangle Minor Failure NOT OPERATIONAL Diamond Viewing Product and Fabric Data Meaning All components and installed ports are operational; no failures.

  • Page 88: Viewing Fabric Topology, Fabric Tab With Topology Tab View

    If you attempt to access this page during a fabric build, or any other instance in which the fabric is not operational, only the top line of the page displays, with the message Fabric Not Operational. 29). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 89: Components Of The Topology

    Part of Page Host Information List of Domains in Fabric Destination Description Embedded Web Server User Guide Component 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.

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    Viewing Product and Fabric Data Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 91: Monitoring Products, Monitoring Ports, Port List

    Port # — The number of the port. ■ ■ Name — Displays the port name as configured through the Configure Ports tab. Embedded Web Server User Guide on page 91 on page 94 on page 98 on page 100.

  • Page 92: Port Operational States, Port List Tab View

    Inactive — The switch port is in an inactive state. Reasons for this state display in the Reason field of the Port Properties page. (See Properties” on page 75 for more information.) “Port Operational States” in the next section for an explanation “Viewing Port Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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    Segmented E_Port — The E_Port is segmented preventing the two fabrics from joining (this only occurs when two switches are connected to each other). ■ Testing — Port is executing an internal loopback test. Embedded Web Server User Guide Monitoring Products...

  • Page 94: Accessing Port Statistics, Troubleshooting Tip For Port Stats, Port Statistics Tab View

    (There is a link recovery hierarchy implemented in Fibre Channel to handle some level of “expected anomalies.”) For troubleshooting purposes, you want to focus on errors that, as displayed in the Counter column, increment very quickly. (Figure 31). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 95: Parts Of Statistics Tables, Traffic Transmit And Receive Statistics

    On 2 Gbps links, ports can transmit or receive data at 200 MB per second. Link utilization is calculated over one-second intervals. Embedded Web Server User Guide , or 4,294,967,296. Each time the Counter field reaches the , the wrap count is incremented by 1.

  • Page 96: Class 2 Statistics, Class 3 Statistics

    Domain IDs). ■ 4-byte words Rx — Number of Class 3, 4-byte words received by the port. ■ 4-byte words Tx — Number of Class 3, 4-byte words transmitted by the port. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 97: Error Statistics

    Fibre Channel minimum size, indicating the frame arrived at the switch’s port corrupted. Frame corruption may be caused by device disconnection, an optical transceiver failure at the device, a bad fiber cable, or a poor cable connection. Embedded Web Server User Guide Monitoring Products...

  • Page 98: Open Trunking Statistics, Reviewing The Event Log, Log Tab View

    The event log displays the date and time of the event, a unique error event code, event severity level, and additional event data in hexadecimal format. Figure 32: Log tab view 32). This log displays a record of significant events that have Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 99: Severity Levels, Error Event Code Categories

    Fabric tab view. See information. There are two options available that you can use to clear either event logs or the system error light. These options are described below. Embedded Web Server User Guide Monitoring Products Chapter 4 for more...

  • Page 100: Clearing Event Log Entries, Clearing The System (product) Error Light, Viewing Node List

    All data is dynamically updated as the nodes log in and log out. To update the information in the view, click the Refresh button. Figure 33: Node List tab view (Figure 33). The Node List tab view displays information Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 101

    This field entry contains a hyperlink to a screen that shows a list of devices on a loop for the port. This tab view shows the FC Address, WWN, COS, and Data Field Size for each device in the loop. Embedded Web Server User Guide Monitoring Products...

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    Monitoring Products Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 103: Products And Parts, Key Tasks

    Retrieving Maintenance Information ■ Obtaining Product Information ■ Upgrading Firmware Activating (Installing) Optional Features ■ Embedded Web Server User Guide on page 104 on page 105 on page 107 on page 109 on page 110 on page 112 on page 114 on page 115 on page 116.

  • Page 104: Setting Product Beaconing On Or Off, Setting Product Beaconing

    LED. Beaconing is useful in helping to isolate problems and locate the product, especially when there are multiple HP high availability fabric directors and switches stacked together, such as in a rack-mount cabinet.

  • Page 105: Setting Product Online Or Offline, Setting Product Online Or Offline

    If your changes are successful a message displays stating that your changes have been successfully activated. You can refresh the web browser to verify the change has been made. Figure 35: Setting product online or offline Embedded Web Server User Guide Operating and Managing Products and Parts 35).

  • Page 106: Resetting Product Configuration To Default Values, Resetting Product To Default Values

    All optional features will also be disabled. You will need to activate optional features after completing the product reset. 36). You can use this view to reset product configuration values. This operation will reset all configuration data and non-volatile Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 107: Set Individual Port Beaconing On Or Off

    The first column shows the port number, the second column contains the port name, as configured in the Ports tab view on the Configure page, and the third column contains check boxes to enable/disable beaconing. Embedded Web Server User Guide Operating and Managing Products and Parts step 1 “Configuring...

  • Page 108: Setting Individual Port Beaconing On Or Off

    For the Director 2/140, the ports are displayed through several pages in groups of 32. To configure the port beaconing, make sure you go through each set of ports. Figure 37: Setting individual port beaconing on or off Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 109: Resetting Ports, Resetting Ports

    When you have selected all ports to reset, click Activate. A message displays confirming that the operation has completed. Figure 38: Resetting ports Embedded Web Server User Guide Operating and Managing Products and Parts (Figure 38). Use this page to reset ports. This...

  • Page 110: Performing Diagnostics On Ports, Performing Diagnostics On Ports

    However, since these tests disrupt port operation, make sure that there are no active nodes connected to the port(s) before starting a test. A loopback plug, furnished with the product, is required for the external loopback test. (Figure 39). Use this view to Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 111: Diagnostics Test In Progress

    LED is on. Test status displays in the message window and the results display in the status area bar. Embedded Web Server User Guide Operating and Managing Products and Parts When disconnecting a fiber optic cable to install an external (Figure 40).

  • Page 112: Retrieving Maintenance Information, Completed Diagnostics Test

    1. Choose Operations from the navigation panel. 2. Choose the Maintenance tab and the Dump Retrieval tab; the Dump Retrieval tab view displays Figure 41 for an example of the (Figure 42). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 113: Retrieving The Ctp Maintenance Information, Choosing The Location To Save The Ctp Maintenance Information

    5. When the file is completely downloaded, the Download Complete screen displays. If you encounter any problems during this procedure, contact your service representative. Embedded Web Server User Guide Operating and Managing Products and Parts (Figure 43), choose All Files...

  • Page 114: Obtaining Product Information, Obtaining Product Information

    Network Information (IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway Address) ■ Identification Information ■ Switch Information ■ Operating Parameters ■ Port Configurations ■ FRU List and Information ■ 44). Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 115: Upgrading Firmware, Upgrading Firmware

    The firmware version shipped with the product is provided on the documentation CD-ROM. Information about subsequent firmware versions is provided at HP’s website. Detailed instructions on how to locate and download firmware are provided in the product’s installation and service manuals.

  • Page 116: Activating (installing) Optional Features

    You can verify the firmware was upgraded by viewing the Unit Properties tab under the View page. See Activating (Installing) Optional Features This procedure is described in “Viewing Unit Properties” on page 80. “Installing Feature Keys” on page 52. Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 117: Embedded Web Serve 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 118

    If spaces are used, enclose the name in quotation marks. The value entered for the The buffer-to-buffer credit buffer-to-buffer credit is must be an integer in the invalid. range of 1–60. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 119

    Credit Error 16: Invalid R_A_TOV Error 17: Invalid E_D_TOV Error 18: Invalid TOV Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The value entered for the The R_A_TOV is entered resource allocation in tenths of a second and time-out value is invalid.

  • Page 120

    The value entered for the The new subnet mask for subnet mask is invalid. the Ethernet interface must be entered in dotted decimal format (for example,. 255.0.0.0). Enter an appropriate subnet mask and resubmit. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 121

    Error 34: Duplicate Community Names Require Identical Write Authorization Error 37: Invalid Month Error 38: Invalid Day Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The value entered for the The community name SNMP community name must not exceed 32 is invalid.

  • Page 122

    Make the appropriate changes and resubmit. The entered command Set the switch offline and requires that the director resubmit the command. or switch be set offline. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 123

    Name Error 69: Duplicate Port Name Error 70: Invalid FRU Type Error 71: FRU Not Installed Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The value entered for the The zone name must be zone name is invalid. unique and contain 1–64 characters.

  • Page 124

    This unit is not able to You must clear the system beacon because the error light before unit system error light is on. beaconing may be enabled. Consult the installation/service manual for appropriate action. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 125

    Open Fabric Mode Error 88: Invalid Feature Key Length Error 89: Not Allowed in S/390 Mode Without the SANtegrity Feature Error 90: Invalid Port Type Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The specified FRU has Consult the failed. installation/service manual for appropriate action.

  • Page 126

    The request cannot be Consult the completed because the installation/service switch is not capable of manual to determine the operating at 2 Gbps. speed capabilities of your product. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 127

    Not 2 Gb/sec Error 134: Invalid Membership List Error 135: Invalid Number of Fabric Membership List Entries Embedded Web Server User Guide Description This request cannot be The switch speed should completed because the first be configured to requested port speed is...

  • Page 128

    The request cannot be The domain RSCN state completed because an must be set to either invalid domain RSCN enable or disable. state has been submitted. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 129

    Error 149: Not Allowed While Enterprise Fabric Mode Enabled and Switch Active Error 151: Invalid Open Systems Management Server State Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The user attempted to Domain RSCN's must disable domain RSCN's remain enabled while the while enterprise fabric enterprise fabric mode is mode was active.

  • Page 130

    The switch must be offline Deactivating this feature and fabric binding must can be disruptive to be inactive before this Fabric operations. Take feature can be disabled. the switch offline and deactivate fabric binding before disabling this feature. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 131

    Request Timed Out Error 209: Change Request Aborted Error 210: Busy Processing Another Request Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The switch did not accept Be sure all parameters the request to make a have been entered change to NVRAM.

  • Page 132

    Valid values are: 0-15 for the Edge Switch 2/16 0-23 for the Edge Switch 2/24 0–31 for the Edge Switch 2/32 0–63 for the Director 2/64 0–127 and 132–143 for the Director 2/140 Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 133

    Does Not Contain All USASCII Characters Error 226: Argument Is Too Long Error 227: Invalid SNMP Community Name Embedded Web Server User Guide Description The port type configured A port may be configured is invalid. to be an eport, gport, or fport.

  • Page 134

    The command may be command was entered misspelled, required correctly, all parameters parameters may be are valid and present, missing, or the request and that the syntax is may not be applicable. correct. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 135

    Database Error 238: Invalid Feature Error 239: Fabric binding entry not found Error 240: Duplicate fabric binding member Embedded Web Server User Guide Description Cannot recognize the The entered command is command and cannot misspelled, or the prompt perform the help '?' is not positioned at the command as requested.

  • Page 136

    Alerts.showStatist icsTable to find a valid counter value. A counter must be Use the assigned to an alert perf.counterThresh before it is enabled. Alerts.setCounter command to set a counter before the alert is enabled. Embedded Web Server User Guide Action...

  • Page 137

    Binding State is Set to Inactive Error 253: Cannot Remove a Member Currently Interacting with the Fabric Embedded Web Server User Guide Description A port or port type must Use the be assigned to an alert perf.counterThresh before it is enabled.

  • Page 138

    Error Messages Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 139: Index

    Fibre Channel administrator rights administrator-level ID alert symbols ARP table attached port WWN authorization traps authorized reseller, HP BB_Credit 28, 35, 83, Beacon tab view 104, beaconing enabling and disabling ports binding block configuration 76,...

  • Page 140

    IP address user name 18, 24, values resetting zone concepts disable enable definition Embedded Web Server interface terms product cell wraps delay, rerouting description, product 30, destination domain ID devices on loop diagnostic, loopback Diagnostics tab view diamond, red...

  • Page 141

    Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop devices fibre channel domain FICON field size, data firmware level upgrading firmware 04.00.00 Firmware Upgrade tab view Embedded Web Server User Guide Flexport, installing frames routing of too short, error statistics front view name part number position...

  • Page 142

    Flexport OpenTrunking feature OSMS SANtegrity installing feature keys internal loopback test interop mode 36, 60, introduction to Embedded Web Server IP address 23, 26, 38, 39, default key terms keys, installing LAN installation levels of severity light indicators...

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    Planning Manual port beaconing 76, block configuration blocking 27, 76, clear statistics configuring link reset list Embedded Web Server User Guide monitoring name 27, 75, number 40, 75, 91, in zoning identification interoperability mode zone members operational state properties reset...

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    Embedded Web Server state list of operational states port product statistics clear for port counter port wraps status indicators product symbols storage volume storage-level access control subnet mask 26, suggested reading Embedded Web Server User Guide...

  • Page 145

    RSCN switch priority 36, symbol operating status symbols in text symbols on equipment system error light, clearing tab view, defined tab, defined technical support, HP technology port properties terminology Embedded Web Server navigation panel page tab view test...

  • Page 146

    WWN multiple products, illustrated naming conventions overview single product, illustrated zoning change RSCN Embedded Web Server User Guide...

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