HP 377707-002 User Manual

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HP 24-Port 4x Fabric Copper Switch
Chassis Manager User Guide
March 2005 (Second Edition)
Part Number 377707-002

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    HP 24-Port 4x Fabric Copper Switch Chassis Manager User Guide March 2005 (Second Edition) Part Number 377707-002...

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    The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

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    Contents Preface... vii Intended Audience ... vii Typographical Conventions ... vii Contact Information ... viii 1: About Chassis Manager... 1 Introduction...1 Anatomy of Chassis Manager...1 System Frame ... 1 Tree Frame ... 2 View Frame... 6 Browser Requirements...7 Platform Requirements ...7 2: Getting Started ...

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    View Management Ports on a Chassis...31 4: Maintenance Icon Tasks ... 33 Configure Basic System Information ...33 View System Information ... 34 Name Your InfiniBand Switch ... 34 Define Device Location ... 34 Define Technical Support Resource ... 34 Configure Date and Time Properties ...35 Configure Date and Time ...

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    Assign a SYSLOG Server... 39 Assign an Authentication Method ... 39 Configure HTTP and HTTPS ... 39 View RADIUS Servers ...40 View and Configure RADIUS Server Properties ... 40 Add RADIUS Servers... 41 Delete RADIUS Servers ... 42 View Authentication Failures ...42 View Diagnostic Test Results...42 View POST Test Results ...

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    Delete Bridge Forwarding ... 65 View Redundancy Groups ...65 View Trunk Groups ...66 Add a Trunk Group... 67 View Trunk Group Properties... 67 Configure a Trunk Group ... 69 Delete a Trunk Group ... 69 7: Fibre Channel Icon Tasks ... 71 Configure Global ITL Attributes ...71 View SRP Hosts (Initiators) ...72 View SRP Host (Initiator) Properties ...

  • Page 7: Intended Audience, Typographical Conventions

    This document is a guide to the Chassis Manager Web-based graphical user interface (GUI) that runs on your Server Switch. This document explains how to use Chassis Manager (CM) and provides the steps that you need to perform to configure your Server Switch with the GUI.

  • Page 8: Contact Information

    In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868. Outside the United States and Canada, refer to www.hp.com. In the United States and Canada, call 1-800-HP-INVENT (1-800-474-6836). This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For continuous quality improvement, calls may be recorded or monitored.

  • Page 9: About Chassis Manager, Introduction, Anatomy Of Chassis Manager, System Frame

    • “Platform Requirements” on page 6 Introduction The Chassis Manager (CM) runs directly on your switch to help you quickly and easily perform various administration tasks. This chapter discusses the various components of the interface. CM runs on all switches.

  • Page 10: Tree Frame

    • Click the IP address in the IP Address field of the System frame to open a telnet window that launches a CLI session to the switch. • Click the email address in the Support Contact field to send an email message to technical support.

  • Page 11: View Frame

    Table 1-2: Tree Frame Icons Icon Description The Chassis icon lets you view and configure hardware in your switch. Access Chassis ( this icon to view the status of all field replaceable units (FRUs) on your device. ) The Maintenance icon contains branches that let you perform basic Maintenance ( administrative tasks on your switch.

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    Click this branch to view and configure the information that appears in the System frame. Click this branch to configure the time and date on your switch and to assign NTP servers to your device. Click this branch to view, import, export, and install files in the file system on your device.

  • Page 13: View Frame

    Help Index Click this branch to launch CM on-line help. Support Click this branch to open the HP support Web site. View Frame The View frame appears on the right-hand side of the interface. Input fields and device details appear in...

  • Page 14: Browser Requirements, Platform Requirements

    Figure 1-3 click the Ports branch. Figure 1-3: View Frame Browser Requirements CM supports the following browsers: • Microsoft® Internet Explorer version 6 • Netscape Navigator version 6 • Mozilla version 1.4 Platform Requirements CM runs on the following platforms: •...

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    • Solaris • Linux...

  • Page 17: Getting Started, Prepare Your Device

    “Understanding Access Privileges” on page 15 • “Viewing Device Status” on page 15 Preparing Your Device To launch CM on your Server Switch, you must: • Configure an IP address on the Ethernet management port. • Configure an IP gateway on the Ethernet management port.

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    Enter the exit command to return to Global Configuration mode Example Topspin-360(config-if-mgmt-ethernet)# exit Enable HTTP and/or HTTPS services. Topspin-360(config)# ip http server (Optional) Enter the ip http server command to enable HTTP services on your device to permit unsecured access to your Server Switch. Example...

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    Launching Chassis Manager without SSL To launch CM: Launch your Web browser. Type the IP address of your Server Switch in the address field of your browser and press Enter. (You configured the IP address in A login window opens.

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    Netscape/Mozilla To launch a secure CM connection: Launch your Web browser. Type https:// and the IP address of your Server Switch in the address field of your browser and press Enter. (You configured the IP address in login window opens.

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    12. Click the Next button, then click the Finish button. Avoiding Error Messages By default, SSL certificates map to the IP address of the Ethernet Management Port of a Server Switch. If you enter one of the following, your browser displays an alert: •...

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    The alert cautions you that the name on the certificate does not match the name of the site. This hostname mismatch message reappears after you log in and the java applet begins to load. To avoid this message entirely, configure your Server Switch to use the identifier that you enter in the browser to verify certificates.

  • Page 23: Moving Backward, Refreshing Views

    Viewing Device Status CM provides an overview of the status of the components of your Server Switch. To view the status summary of your device, click the IP address at the top of the Tree frame. Items that appear in green actively function.

  • Page 25: Chassis Icon Tasks

    Chassis Icon Tasks The following sections appear in this chapter: • “Viewing Cards on a Chassis” on page 17 • “Viewing Internal Gateway Ports” on page 22 • “Viewing Physical Ports on a Chassis” on page 23 • “Configuring Ports” on page 27 •...

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    Table 3-1: Cards Table Fields (Continued) Field Description Operational State Displays the general condition of the interface card. The general condition may appear as any of the following: • unknown • normal • bootFailed • tooHot • booting • checkingBootImage •...

  • Page 27: View Card Properties

    Table 3-1: Cards Table Fields (Continued) Field Description Boot Status Boot Status may appear as any of the following: • upgrading • success • failed • badVersion • badCrc • memoryError • outOfSpace • programmingError • hardwareError • fileNotFound • inProgress (Optional) Click the Refresh button to update the attributes in the display.

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    Table 3-2: Card Properties Window Elements (Continued) Element Description Operational State field Displays the general condition of the interface card. The general condition may appear as any of the following: • • • • • • A condition of unknown indicates an unsupported interface card.

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    CM makes no changes to the card. Opens on-line help. Table 3-3 lists and describes the elements in this Description Slot on the Server Switch in which the card resides. Used memory on the card, in kilobytes.

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    Table 3-3: Card Inventory Window Elements (Continued) Configuring Administrative Status of a Card With CM, you can bring up or shut down any card on your chassis. To configure the administrative status of a card: Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame. Click the Cards branch.

  • Page 31: View Port Properties

    From the Show Options... pulldown menu, select Show Gateway Ports. The Gateway Ports table opens in the View frame. Table 3-4: Gateway Ports Table Fields Viewing Physical Ports on a Chassis To view the physical ports on your device: Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame. Click the Ports branch.

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    Table 3-6 Table 3-6: Ethernet Port Properties Window Elements Table 3-7 Table 3-7: Fibre Channel Port Properties Window Elements lists and describes the elements in the Port Properties window of an Ethernet port. Element Port field Name field Type field Admin Status field Oper Status field Auto Negotiation Supported field...

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    Provides the 1G and 2G radio buttons so you can configure the port speed. Displays the speed of the port. Indicates the type of connection that the Server Switch dynamically discovered for this port. Displays the MTU of the port, in bytes.

  • Page 34: View Port Statistics

    Table 3-8: InfiniBand Port Properties Window Elements (Continued) Viewing Port Bridging Properties To view the bridge to which a port belongs: Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame. Click the Ports branch. A Ports table that includes all cards in the chassis appears. A radio button appears to the left of each table entry.

  • Page 35: Configuring Ports, Configuring A Port Name

    Table 3-10: Port Statistics Display Fields (Continued) Configuring Ports CM provides different configuration options for each type of port. The options available to each port will appear in the Port Properties window. Configuring a Port Name To configure the administrative name of a port: Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame.

  • Page 36: Enable Or Disable A Port

    Click the Properties button. The Port Properties window opens. In the Name field of the Port Properties window, enter a name for the port, then click the Apply button. Click the Close button to close the Port Properties window. Enabling or Disabling a Port To enable or disable a port: Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame.

  • Page 37: Viewing Fan Status

    NOTE: Not all hardware platforms include power supply information. In such cases, the Power Supplies branch does not appear. Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame. Click the Power Supplies branch. The Power Supplies table appears in the View frame. Table 3-11 Table 3-11: Power Supply Table Fields Viewing Fan Status...

  • Page 38: View Backplane Information

    Table 3-13: Sensors Table Fields (Continued) Viewing Backplane Information To view backplane information: NOTE: This feature is not available on all hardware platforms. Expand the Chassis icon in the Tree frame. Click the Backplane branch. The Backplane display appears in the View frame. and describes the fields in this display.

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    Table 3-15: Serial Management Ports Display Fields (Continued) Field Description Data Bits Data bits value to which you must configure your serial connection. Stop Bits Stop bits setting to which you must configure your serial connection. Parity Parity setting to which you must configure your serial connection. Table 3-16 lists and describes the fields in the Ethernet Management Ports display.

  • Page 41: Maintenance Icon Tasks

    “Customizing the Boot Configuration” on page 37 • “Backing Up Running Configuration File” on page 38 • “Saving Configuration File” on page 38 • “Rebooting your Server Switch” on page 38 • “Configuring Basic Services” on page 38 • “Viewing RADIUS Servers” on page 40 •...

  • Page 42: Viewing System Information, Naming Your Infiniband Switch, Defining Device Location, Defining Technical Support Resource

    In the System Name field, type the name that you want to assign to the device, then click the Apply button. Defining Device Location To add a physical device location description to your switch: Expand the Maintenance icon in the Tree frame. Click the System Information branch. The System Information display appears in the View frame.

  • Page 43: Configuring Date And Time Properties, Configuring Date And Time, Viewing Files In The File System

    Click the Time branch. The Date and Time Properties display appears in the View frame. In the NTP Server 1 field, enter the IP address of the NTP server that you want your switch to use. (Optional) In the NTP Server 2 field, enter the IP address of the NTP server that you want your switch to use in the event that your switch cannot access the primary NTP server.

  • Page 44: Deleting Files In The File System, Installing Software Images

    Table 4-2: File Management Table Fields (Continued) (Optional) Click the Refresh button to poll your switch and update your display to reflect the most current inventory of your file system. Deleting Files in the File System To delete files from your file system: Expand the Maintenance icon in the Tree frame.

  • Page 45: Customize The Boot Configuration

    NOTE: To overwrite your startup configuration with your running configuration, refer to “Backing Up Running Configuration File” on page (Optional) Click the Delete startup configuration radio button to configure your Server Switch to use the factory default startup configuration. Click the Apply button.

  • Page 46: Reboot, Configure Basic Services, Assign A Dns Server

    (Optional) In the Server 2 field, enter the IP address of the DNS server that you want to use if your device cannot access the primary DNS server. In the Domain field, enter the domain to which you want your switch to belong, then click the Apply button.

  • Page 47: Assign A Syslog Server, Assign An Authentication Method

    Enabling or Disabling the FTP Access To enable FTP transfers to and from your device: Expand the Maintenance icon in the Tree frame. Expand the Services sub-icon in the Tree frame. Click the General branch. The System Services display appears in the View frame. In the FTP Server field, check (enable) or uncheck (disable) the Enable checkbox, then click the Apply button.

  • Page 48: Configure Http And Https

    Configuring HTTP and HTTPS To configure HTTP and HTTPS services: Expand the Maintenance icon in the Tree frame. Expand the Services sub-icon in the Tree frame. Click the General branch. The System Services display appears in the View frame. Configure fields under the HTTP heading. For details, refer to Click the Apply button.

  • Page 49: Add Radius Servers

    Table 4-5: Radius Server Properties Window Elements (Continued) Element Description UDP Port field UDP authentication port of the RADIUS server. Edit this value and click the Apply button to configure the UDP port of the RADIUS server. The numbers to the right of the field indicate the range of integer values that this field supports.

  • Page 50: Deleting Radius Servers, Viewing Authentication Failures

    NOTE: CM will not prompt you to be sure that you want to delete this server. Click the Delete button. Viewing Authentication Failures To view a log of authentication failures for your Server Switch: Expand the Maintenance icon in the Tree frame. Expand the Services sub-icon in the Tree frame.

  • Page 51: View Post Test Results

    Viewing POST Test Results To view POST test results: Expand the Maintenance icon in the Tree frame. Expand the Diagnostics sub-icon in the Tree frame. Click the POST branch. The POST Status table appears in the View frame. describes the fields in the table. Table 4-7: POST Status Fields Field Description...

  • Page 53: Infiniband Icon Tasks

    Table 5-1: Subnet Managers Table Fields lists and describes the fields in this table. Field Description Subnet Prefix 64-bit value that identifies the IB subnet. GUID GUID of the Server Switch. Status Displays the operating status (oper-status) of the SM.

  • Page 54: Viewing Subnet Manager Properties, Adding A Subnet Manager

    Viewing Subnet Manager Properties To view SM properties: Expand the InfiniBand icon in the Tree frame. Click the Subnet Managers branch. The Subnet Managers table appears in the View frame. Click the radio button next to the SM that you want to view, then click the Properties button. The Subnet Manager Properties window opens.

  • Page 55: Configuring Subnet Manager Properties, Viewing Infiniband Services

    (Optional) Enter an integer (200 - 5000) in the Response Timeout field to configure low long the SM waits for a response from a connection before it identifies a connection as faulty. Click the Apply button to apply your change(s) to your Server Switch. Viewing InfiniBand Services Subnet services provide your IB fabric with various features, such as the ability to run particular protocols.

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    Table 5-5: Nodes Table Fields Viewing Node Properties To view the properties of a switch or host in your IB fabric: Expand the InfiniBand icon in the Tree frame. Expand the Topology icon in the IB frame.

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    Capacity of entries in the partition table for channel adapter, router, and the switch management port. The value is the same for all ports on the node. This is set to at least 1 for all nodes including switches. This value is fixed and unconfigurable.

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    DLID does not exist in the multicast forwarding table. Lifetime Value Specifies the duration a packet can live in the switch. Time units are in milliseconds. Refer to section 18.2.5.4, Transmitter Queueing, “InfiniBand® Architecture, Vol. 1, Release 1.0”, for more information.

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    Click the radio button next to the node whose ports you want to view, then select Show Ports from the Show Options pulldown menu. The InfiniBand Ports display appears in the View frame, but lists only the ports that belong to the node that you selected. For details, refer to InfiniBand Ports”...

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    Click the radio button next to the port whose properties you want to view, then click the Properties button. The Topology Port Properties window opens. this window. Table 5-9: Topology Port Properties Window Fields Field Description Subnet Prefix 64-bit value that identifies the IB subnet to which this port belongs.

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    Table 5-9: Topology Port Properties Window Fields (Continued) Field Description Link Width Enabled Enabled link width (bandwidth). The value is an integer that indicates the enabled link-width sets for this port. The value may be: • • • • • •...

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    Table 5-9: Topology Port Properties Window Fields (Continued) Field Description Link Speed Active Speed of an active link. The value is 1 (2.5 Gbps). Link Speed Enabled Maximum speed the link is capable of handling. The value is 0 (No state change), 1 (2.5 Gbps), or 3 (value derived from link- speed-supported).

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    This value also affects the maximum rate at which traps can be sent from this port. Delay is affected by switch configuration. This parameter, along with resp-time, may be used by requestors to determine the interval to wait for a response to a request before taking other action.

  • Page 64: View Ib Neighbor Properties

    Local port on the neighbor that you selected that connects to your Server Switch. Local Node Type field Node type of the neighbor node. Remote Node GUID field GUID of the physical switch within your Server Switch that connects to the neighbor node. Table 5-11 lists and...

  • Page 65: Viewing Ious, Viewing Iocs

    Expand the Device Management sub-icon in the Tree frame. Element Description Remote Port ID field Port on the physical switch within your Server Switch that connects to the neighbor node. Remote Node Type field Node type of the physical switch within your Server Switch that connects to the neighbor node.

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    Click the IOCs branch. The IOCs display appears in the View frame. the fields in this display. Table 5-13: IOCs Display Fields Viewing IOC Properties To view the properties of the I/O controllers (IOCs) on your device: NOTE: This feature is not available on all hardware platforms. Expand the InfiniBand icon in the Tree frame.

  • Page 67: Viewing Ioc Services

    Table 5-14: IOC Properties Window Fields (Continued) Viewing IOC Services To view the IOC services on your device: NOTE: This feature is not available on all hardware platforms. Expand the InfiniBand icon in the Tree frame. Expand the Device Management sub-icon in the Tree frame. Click the IOC Services branch in the Tree frame.

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    Click the radio button next to the service whose properties you want to view, then click the Properties button. The Infiniband Service Properties window opens. describes the elements in this window. Table 5-16: Infiniband Service Properties Window Elements Element Description Subnet Prefix field Subnet prefix of the service.

  • Page 69: Ethernet Icon Tasks

    “Viewing Trunk Groups” on page 66 Viewing Bridge Groups To view the bridge groups on your Server Switch: Expand the Ethernet icon in the Tree frame. Click the Bridge Groups branch. The Bridge Groups table appears in the View frame.

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    Displays a checked box when IP multicasting runs. Ethernet Port pulldown menu Displays the trunk or ports that the bridge group uses to connect to the Ethernet switch. Vlan field Virtual LAN (VLAN) identifier of the group. IB Port pulldown menu Displays the IB port that the bridge group uses.

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    Enter a bridge group ID number in the ID field. (Optional) Enter a name in the Name field. Enter a subnet prefix in the Subnet Prefix field or leave the field as 0.0.0.0 to enable auto-detection. Enter the length of the subnet prefix in the Subnet Prefix Len field. Enter the next Ethernet hop address in the Ethernet Next Hop field.

  • Page 72: View Bridge Subnets, View Bridge Forwarding

    Viewing Bridge Subnets To view bridge subnets: Expand the Ethernet icon in the Tree frame. Click the Bridge Subnet branch. The Bridge Subnet display appears in the View frame. lists and describes the fields in this display. Table 6-3: Bridge Subnets Fields Adding Bridge Subnet To add a bridge subnet: Expand the Ethernet icon in the Tree frame.

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    Field Description Next Hop First hop out of the Server Switch to forward packets that you ultimately want to arrive at the destination. Subnet Prefix Subnet prefix of the bridge group. Prefix Length Subnet prefix length, in bits, of the bridge group.

  • Page 74: Add A Trunk Group

    Viewing Trunk Groups To view the trunk groups on your Server Switch: Expand the Ethernet icon in the Tree frame. Click the Trunk Groups branch. The Trunk Groups table appears in the View frame. lists and describes the fields in this table.

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    Check, in the Port Members field, the checkboxes of the ports that you want to include. NOTE: Check the checkbox of a particular card to automatically check all ports on that card. Click the radio button of the distribution type to apply to the trunk group in the Distribution Type field.

  • Page 76: Delete A Trunk Group

    Table 6-7: Ethernet Trunk Group Properties Window Elements (Continued) Configuring a Trunk Group To configure an existing trunk group: Expand the Ethernet icon in the Tree frame. Click the Trunk Groups branch. The Trunk Groups table appears in the View frame. Click the radio button next to the group that you want to delete, then click the Properties button.

  • Page 77: Fibre Channel Icon Tasks

    Fibre Channel Icon Tasks The following sections appear in this chapter: • “Configuring Global ITL Attributes” on page 69 • “Viewing SRP Hosts (Initiators)” on page 70 • “Viewing Fibre Channel Targets” on page 73 • “Viewing Fibre Channel LUNs” on page 75 •...

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    Configure sequential access device attributes: Click the Apply button. Viewing SRP Hosts (Initiators) To view the SRP hosts that connect to your device and, with your Server Switch, behave as FC initiators: Expand the Fibre Channel icon in the Tree frame.

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    Click the radio button next to the SRP host whose WWPNs you want to view. Table 7-2 Description Host GUID and GUID extension. Port(s) on your Server Switch that connect to the host. WWNN of the SRP host. User-assigned text description of the SRP host. Partition key(s) of the SRP host.

  • Page 80: Add Srp Host

    Select Show WWPNs from the Show Options pulldown menu. A SRP Host Wwpns table appears in the View frame. Table 7-3: SRP Host Wwpns Table Fields Viewing IT Policies of the Host To view the details of the initiator-target (IT) pairs to which a host (initiator) belongs: Expand the Fibre Channel icon in the Tree frame.

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    Click the Apply button, then click the Close button. Viewing Fibre Channel Targets To view the FC targets in the configuration file of your Server Switch: Expand the Fibre Channel icon in the Tree frame. Click the Targets branch. A Targets table that includes all targets in your configuration file appears in the View frame.

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    (Optional) Enter a description in the Description field. Element Description WWPN field WWPN of the port on the target through which your Server Switch accesses the target. WWNN field WWNN of the target. FC Address field FC address of the target.

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    Viewing Fibre Channel LUNs To view the logical units (FC storage disks) in the configuration file of your Server Switch: Expand the Fibre Channel icon in the Tree frame. Click the Logical Units branch. A Logical Units table that includes all LUs in your configuration file appears in the View frame.

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    Inquiry Data field SCSI inquiry data retrieved about the LU. Physical Access field Ports on your Server Switch that can access the LUN. Description field User-assigned description of the LUN. Hi Mark field The maximum number of outstanding requests from the initiator to the storage that the ITL can maintain.

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    Click the Apply button, then click the Close button. Viewing ITL Policies of the LUN To view the details of the initiator-target-LUN (ITL) groups to which a LUN belongs: Expand the Fibre Channel icon in the Tree frame. Click the Logical Units branch. A Logical Units table that includes all FC targets that connect to the chassis appears in the View frame.

  • Page 86: View Itls, View Itl Properties

    Displays the status of the action if you select Discover ITLs from the Action pulldown menu and then click the Apply button. Apply button Applies any changes that you make in the window to the Server Switch. Reset button. Resets the window to match the settings on the Server Switch Close button.

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    Ports with a checked checkbox grant the initiator access to the LUN. Apply button Applies any changes that you make in the window to the Server Switch. Reset button Resets the window to match the settings on the Server Switch Close button Closes the window.

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    Table 7-12: SRP Global Statistics Display Fields (Continued) Field Description FCP Commands Completed Total number of FCP commands completed on the FB interface gateway(s). FCP Bytes Read Total number of I/O bytes read by the target device. FCP Bytes Written Total number of I/O bytes written by the target device.

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    Index access privileges ...15 admin status configuring, card ...22 authentication ...39 auto-negotiation, configuring ...28, backing up configuration files backplane, viewing ...30 baud rate ...31 boot configuration, setting ...37 bridge groups adding ...62 configuring ...63 deleting ...63 properties ...62 viewing ...61 bridging, port ...26 cards...

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    ...14 ...37 ...14 configuring ...78 ITLs ...79 properties ...78 viewing ...77 ...31 ...31 configuring port names ...28 file ...35 switch name ...34 ...56 ...31 ...51 ...50 properties ...48 viewing ...48 viewing neighbors ...51 viewing ports ...50 ...35 ...20 ...41 ...31...

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    ...28 view all ...23 view internal gateway ...22 ports, InfiniBand viewing ...51 Ports, InfiniBand Ports properties ...51 power supply status ...29 prepare your switch ...9 prerequisites ...9 printed circuit assembly (PCA) RADIUS adding ...41 configuring ...40 deleting ...42 viewing ...40...

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    adding ...67 configuring ...69 deleting ...69 properties ...67 viewing ...66 type, card ...19 UDP port, configuring ...40 View frame ...6...

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