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HP FlexFabric 12900 series Command Reference Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Command Reference Manual (268 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.25 MB
Table of contents
Command Reference1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Cli Commands9................................................................................................................................................................
Display | { Begin | Exclude | Include }10................................................................................................................................................................
Display | By-linenum11................................................................................................................................................................
Display12................................................................................................................................................................
Display Alias14................................................................................................................................................................
Display History-command15................................................................................................................................................................
Display Hotkey16................................................................................................................................................................
Hotkey17................................................................................................................................................................
Quit18................................................................................................................................................................
Return19................................................................................................................................................................
System-view20................................................................................................................................................................
Login Management Commands21................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication-mode22................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-execute Command23................................................................................................................................................................
Command Accounting25................................................................................................................................................................
Command Authorization26................................................................................................................................................................
Display Line27................................................................................................................................................................
Display Telnet Client28................................................................................................................................................................
Display User-interface29................................................................................................................................................................
Display Users31................................................................................................................................................................
Escape-key32................................................................................................................................................................
Flow-control33................................................................................................................................................................
Free Line34................................................................................................................................................................
Free User-interface35................................................................................................................................................................
History-command Max-size36................................................................................................................................................................
Line37................................................................................................................................................................
Line Class38................................................................................................................................................................
Lock39................................................................................................................................................................
Parity40................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Inbound41................................................................................................................................................................
Screen-length42................................................................................................................................................................
Send43................................................................................................................................................................
Set Authentication Password44................................................................................................................................................................
Shell45................................................................................................................................................................
Speed46................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet47................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet Client Source48................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet Server Acl49................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet Server Dscp50................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Type51................................................................................................................................................................
User-interface52................................................................................................................................................................
User-interface Class53................................................................................................................................................................
User-role54................................................................................................................................................................
Rbac Commands56................................................................................................................................................................
Display Role Feature58................................................................................................................................................................
Display Role Feature-group62................................................................................................................................................................
Feature63................................................................................................................................................................
Permit Interface64................................................................................................................................................................
Permit Vlan66................................................................................................................................................................
Permit Vpn-instance67................................................................................................................................................................
Role69................................................................................................................................................................
Role Default-role Enable70................................................................................................................................................................
Rule71................................................................................................................................................................
Super75................................................................................................................................................................
Super Authentication-mode76................................................................................................................................................................
Super Default Role77................................................................................................................................................................
Super Password78................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Policy Deny79................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn-instance Policy Deny80................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Commands82................................................................................................................................................................
Free Ftp User83................................................................................................................................................................
Free Ftp User-ip84................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Server Dscp85................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Server Enable86................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Client Commands87................................................................................................................................................................
Binary88................................................................................................................................................................
Cdup90................................................................................................................................................................
Close91................................................................................................................................................................
Delete92................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect93................................................................................................................................................................
Display Ftp Client Source94................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Client Source95................................................................................................................................................................
Help97................................................................................................................................................................
Mkdir100................................................................................................................................................................
Open101................................................................................................................................................................
Passive102................................................................................................................................................................
Rename105................................................................................................................................................................
Reset106................................................................................................................................................................
Rhelp107................................................................................................................................................................
Rmdir108................................................................................................................................................................
Rstatus109................................................................................................................................................................
Status111................................................................................................................................................................
System112................................................................................................................................................................
Verbose113................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp Commands115................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp Client Source116................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp-server Acl117................................................................................................................................................................
File System Management Commands119................................................................................................................................................................
Copy121................................................................................................................................................................
Fdisk126................................................................................................................................................................
File Prompt128................................................................................................................................................................
Format129................................................................................................................................................................
Gzip130................................................................................................................................................................
Md5sum131................................................................................................................................................................
More132................................................................................................................................................................
Mount134................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Recycle-bin136................................................................................................................................................................
Tar Create138................................................................................................................................................................
Tar Extract139................................................................................................................................................................
Tar List140................................................................................................................................................................
Undelete141................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Management Commands143................................................................................................................................................................
Display Current-configuration144................................................................................................................................................................
Display Current-configuration Diff145................................................................................................................................................................
Display Default-configuration147................................................................................................................................................................
Display Saved-configuration149................................................................................................................................................................
Display Startup150................................................................................................................................................................
Display This152................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Saved-configuration153................................................................................................................................................................
Restore Startup-configuration154................................................................................................................................................................
Save155................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Saved-configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Software Upgrade Commands160................................................................................................................................................................
Boot-loader Update162................................................................................................................................................................
Bootrom Backup163................................................................................................................................................................
Bootrom Restore164................................................................................................................................................................
Bootrom Update165................................................................................................................................................................
Bootrom-update Security-check Enable166................................................................................................................................................................
Display Boot-loader167................................................................................................................................................................
Version Auto-update Enable168................................................................................................................................................................
Version Check Ignore169................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Commands171................................................................................................................................................................
Display Install Committed172................................................................................................................................................................
Display Install Ipe-info174................................................................................................................................................................
Display Install Package175................................................................................................................................................................
Display Issu Rollback-timer176................................................................................................................................................................
Display Issu State177................................................................................................................................................................
Display Version Comp-matrix178................................................................................................................................................................
Install Activate180................................................................................................................................................................
Install Add182................................................................................................................................................................
Install Deactivate183................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Accept184................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Load185................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Rollback186................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Rollback-timer187................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Run Switchover188................................................................................................................................................................
Device Management Commands190................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Protocol191................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Timezone193................................................................................................................................................................
Command194................................................................................................................................................................
Copyright-info Enable195................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Start Test196................................................................................................................................................................
Display Alarm197................................................................................................................................................................
Display Clock198................................................................................................................................................................
Display Copyright199................................................................................................................................................................
Display Cpu-usage Configuration201................................................................................................................................................................
Display Device204................................................................................................................................................................
Display Device Manuinfo207................................................................................................................................................................
Display Device Manuinfo Fan209................................................................................................................................................................
Display Device Manuinfo Power210................................................................................................................................................................
Display Diagnostic Content211................................................................................................................................................................
Display Diagnostic-information213................................................................................................................................................................
Display Environment214................................................................................................................................................................
Display Exception Filepath216................................................................................................................................................................
Display Memory217................................................................................................................................................................
Display Memory-threshold220................................................................................................................................................................
Display Power221................................................................................................................................................................
Display Scheduler Job222................................................................................................................................................................
Display Scheduler Reboot223................................................................................................................................................................
Display Scheduler Schedule224................................................................................................................................................................
Display Statistic Mode225................................................................................................................................................................
Display Transceiver Alarm226................................................................................................................................................................
Display Transceiver Diagnosis227................................................................................................................................................................
Display Transceiver Interface228................................................................................................................................................................
Display Transceiver Manuinfo229................................................................................................................................................................
Display Version230................................................................................................................................................................
Exception Filepath231................................................................................................................................................................
Header232................................................................................................................................................................
Memory-threshold234................................................................................................................................................................
Memory-threshold Usage235................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Cpu-usage Enable236................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Cpu-usage Interval237................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Cpu-usage Threshold238................................................................................................................................................................
Password-recovery Enable239................................................................................................................................................................
Process Core240................................................................................................................................................................
Reboot241................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Scheduler Logfile243................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Version-update-record244................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Logfile Size245................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Reboot Delay246................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Schedule247................................................................................................................................................................
Shutdown-interval248................................................................................................................................................................
Statistic Mode249................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-fabric Isolate250................................................................................................................................................................
Sysname251................................................................................................................................................................
System-working-mode252................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature-limit253................................................................................................................................................................
Time Once255................................................................................................................................................................
Time Repeating256................................................................................................................................................................
Python Commands260................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources262................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions263................................................................................................................................................................
Index265................................................................................................................................................................

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HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual (243 pages)

Layer 2-LAN Switching  
Brand: HP | Category: Network Router | Size: 2.73 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ethernet Interfaces9................................................................................................................................................................
Splitting A 40-ge Interface And Combining 10-ge Breakout Interfaces10................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Settings Of An Ethernet Interface11................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Link Mode Of An Ethernet Interface12................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Physical State Change Suppression On An Ethernet Interface13................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Loopback Test On An Ethernet Interface14................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Generic Flow Control On An Ethernet Interface15................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pfc On An Ethernet Interface16................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Statistics Polling Interval17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Layer 2 Ethernet Interface19................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Mdix Mode Of An Ethernet Interface21................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Cable Connection Of An Ethernet Interface22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Loopback, Null, And Inloopback Interfaces24................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Null Interface25................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Configuring Interfaces27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Procedure28................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mac Address Table29................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Mac Address Entries30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Address Entries31................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Modifying A Static Or Dynamic Mac Address Entry On An Interface32................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Mac Address Learning34................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Mac Address Learning On A Vlan35................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mac Learning Limit On Interfaces36................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mac Address Synchronization37................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Arp Fast Update For Mac Address Moves38................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining The Mac Address Table39................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Information41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mac Information Mode42................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Information Configuration Example43................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ethernet Link Aggregation45................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Key46................................................................................................................................................................
Link Aggregation Modes47................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregating Links In Dynamic Mode48................................................................................................................................................................
How Dynamic Link Aggregation Works49................................................................................................................................................................
Edge Aggregate Interface52................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Aggregation Group53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Layer 2 Dynamic Aggregation Group54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Layer 2 Aggregate Interface55................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Minimum And Maximum Numbers Of Selected Ports For An Aggregation Group56................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Expected Bandwidth Of An Aggregate Interface57................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down An Aggregate Interface58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Load Sharing Modes For Link Aggregation Groups59................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Local-first Load Sharing For Link Aggregation60................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Link-aggregation Traffic Redirection61................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Ethernet Link Aggregation62................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Dynamic Aggregation Configuration Example64................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Aggregation Load Sharing Configuration Example66................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Edge Aggregate Interface Configuration Example68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Isolation71................................................................................................................................................................
Port Isolation Configuration Example72................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Spanning Tree Protocols74................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Concepts In Stp75................................................................................................................................................................
Calculation Process Of The Stp Algorithm76................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp82................................................................................................................................................................
Pvst83................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Basic Concepts84................................................................................................................................................................
How Mstp Works87................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Implementation On Devices88................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Configuration Task List89................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp Configuration Task List90................................................................................................................................................................
Pvst Configuration Task List91................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Configuration Task List92................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Mst Region93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Root Bridge Or A Secondary Root Bridge94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Current Device As The Root Bridge Of A Specific Spanning Tree95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Maximum Hops Of An Mst Region96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Spanning Tree Timers97................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Bpdu Transmission Rate99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Path Costs Of Ports100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Port Link Type104................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mode A Port Uses To Recognize And Send Mstp Packets105................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Spanning Tree Feature106................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Mcheck107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Digest Snooping108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring No Agreement Check110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Prerequisites111................................................................................................................................................................
No Agreement Check Configuration Example112................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Root Guard113................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Loop Guard114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tc-bpdu Transmission Restriction115................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining The Spanning Tree116................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Configuration Example117................................................................................................................................................................
Pvst Configuration Example120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Loop Detection124................................................................................................................................................................
Loop Detection Interval125................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status Auto Recovery126................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Loop Protection Action127................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Loop Detection Interval128................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlans132................................................................................................................................................................
Protocols And Standards133................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Settings Of A Vlan Interface134................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port-based Vlans135................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning An Access Port To A Vlan136................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Trunk Port To A Vlan137................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Hybrid Port To A Vlan138................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Vlans139................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Vlan Configuration Example140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Private Vlan142................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Restrictions And Guidelines143................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining The Private Vlan145................................................................................................................................................................
Private Vlan Configuration Examples146................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Promiscuous Port Configuration Example148................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Promiscuous And Trunk Secondary Port Configuration Example152................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Vlan Layer 3 Communication Configuration Example156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Qinq159................................................................................................................................................................
Qinq Implementations160................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions And Guidelines161................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Transparent Transmission For Vlans162................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Cvlan Tpid163................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The 802.1p Priority In Svlan Tags164................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Qinq165................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Transparent Transmission Configuration Example167................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlan Mapping170................................................................................................................................................................
Application Scenario Of One-to-two And Two-to-two Vlan Mapping171................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Mapping Implementations172................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Mapping Configuration Task List174................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring One-to-one Vlan Mapping175................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring One-to-two Vlan Mapping176................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Vlan Mapping177................................................................................................................................................................
One-to-two And Two-to-two Vlan Mapping Configuration Example179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lldp183................................................................................................................................................................
Work Mechanism188................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Basic Lldp Configuration190................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Lldp Operating Mode191................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Lldp Polling192................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Management Address And Its Encoding Format194................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Other Lldp Parameters195................................................................................................................................................................
Setting An Encapsulation Format For Lldp Frames196................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dcbx198................................................................................................................................................................
Dcbx Configuration Task List199................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring App Parameters200................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ets Parameters202................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pfc Parameters204................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lldp Trapping And Lldp-med Trapping205................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Configuration Examples206................................................................................................................................................................
Dcbx Configuration Example210................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Service Loopback Groups216................................................................................................................................................................
Service Loopback Group Configuration Example217................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp218................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions219................................................................................................................................................................
Index221................................................................................................................................................................
HP FlexFabric 12900 series Installation Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Installation Manual (124 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 12.89 MB
Table of contents
Installation Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Esd Prevention8................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature9................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding10................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling11................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Switch15................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Power Cable Bracket16................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Plastic Panel17................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Slide Rails And Cage Nuts To The Rack18................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Cage Nuts22................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting The Switch To The Rack23................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding The Switch24................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding The Switch Through The Pe Wire Of An Ac Power Supply25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Frus27................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Card28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Mpu/lpu29................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Switching Fabric Module32................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Power Supply33................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Ac Power Cable35................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Transceiver Module36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Sfp+/sfp/qsfp+ Module37................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Sfp+/qsfp+/qsfp+ To Sfp+ Cable38................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up An Irf Fabric39................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Irf Fabric Setup40................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Master Switch And Planning Irf Member Ids41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Irf Settings42................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Irf Fabric Configuration43................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Your Switch To The Network44................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Terminal Parameters45................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Switch48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch50................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Network Configuration52................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Connectivity53................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting54................................................................................................................................................................
Garbled Terminal Display55................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Failure56................................................................................................................................................................
Mpu Failure57................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Failure58................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Procedures59................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Card61................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Mpu Or Lpu62................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Switching Fabric Module64................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Fan Tray66................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Fan Tray68................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Transceiver Module69................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Sfp+/qsfp+/qsfp+ To Sfp+ Cable70................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Chassis Views And Technical Specifications71................................................................................................................................................................
Weights And Dimensions73................................................................................................................................................................
Module Power Consumption And System Power Consumption74................................................................................................................................................................
Heat Dissipation75................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Frus And Compatibility Matrixes76................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Fabric Modules77................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Trays78................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver Modules79................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C Leds83................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Led84................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Fabric Module Led85................................................................................................................................................................
Lpu Leds87................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Fabric Module Leds88................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Leds89................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D Cables90................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 Connector91................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments92................................................................................................................................................................
Making An Ethernet Twisted Pair Cable93................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Fiber94................................................................................................................................................................
Pigtail Cord95................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp+ Cable96................................................................................................................................................................
Qsfp+ To Sfp+ Cable97................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix E Engineering Labels98................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Labels99................................................................................................................................................................
Labels For Devices100................................................................................................................................................................
Affixing A Label To A Power Cable101................................................................................................................................................................
Affixing A Generic Label102................................................................................................................................................................
Affixing A Label To A Device103................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Labels For Optical Fibers105................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Labels For Ac Power Cables107................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix F Cabling Recommendations109................................................................................................................................................................
General Cabling Requirements110................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Management Guidelines111................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix G Repackaging The Switch114................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Twisted Pair And Optical Fiber115................................................................................................................................................................
Repackaging The Power Supply116................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Power Cable Bracket117................................................................................................................................................................
Repackaging The Switch Chassis118................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources120................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions121................................................................................................................................................................
Index123................................................................................................................................................................

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HP FlexFabric 12900 series Troubleshooting Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Troubleshooting Manual (75 pages)

12900 Series modular data center core switch  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.6 MB
Table of contents
Troubleshooting Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction5................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Common Log Messages6................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Operating Statistics11................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Technical Support12................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Deployment Errors13................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Hardware20................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart21................................................................................................................................................................
Newly Installed Standby Mpu Boot Failure22................................................................................................................................................................
Lpu Reboot Failure23................................................................................................................................................................
Newly Installed Lpu Boot Failure24................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Power Supply Failure26................................................................................................................................................................
Newly Installed Power Supply Failure28................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Tray Failure30................................................................................................................................................................
Related Commands32................................................................................................................................................................
High Memory Utilization On A Card35................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Alarms37................................................................................................................................................................
Mbps Sfp Fiber Port Fails To Come Up40................................................................................................................................................................
Solution41................................................................................................................................................................
Ge Qsfp+ Fiber Port Fails To Come Up43................................................................................................................................................................
Ge Cfp Fiber Port Fails To Come Up45................................................................................................................................................................
Failure To Receive Packets51................................................................................................................................................................
Failure To Send Packets52................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Irf55................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Split58................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Mad Failure60................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Mad Failure63................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Qos And Acl65................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Application Failure Without An Error Message67................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Assignment Failure72................................................................................................................................................................
HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual (52 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.7 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Network Topologies6................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode7................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Member Id8................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Physical Interface9................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Merge10................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Connection Error Notification11................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Mad12................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf15................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Irf Ports16................................................................................................................................................................
Mad And Irf Domain Restrictions17................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Irf Fabric Setup18................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Priority For Each Member Device19................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Configuration To The Next-startup Configuration File20................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Operating Mode To Irf Mode21................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Irf Fabric22................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Member Id Of A Device23................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irf Auto-merge25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Member Device Description26................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf Bridge Mac Persistence27................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Software Auto-update For System Software Image Synchronization28................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Irf Link Down Report Delay29................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining An Irf Fabric35................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example38................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example For Restoring Standalone Mode41................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources44................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions45................................................................................................................................................................
Index47................................................................................................................................................................
HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual (51 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.76 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up An Irf Fabric5................................................................................................................................................................
Network Topologies6................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode7................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Physical Interface8................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Split9................................................................................................................................................................
Member Priority10................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-active Handling Procedure11................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Mechanisms12................................................................................................................................................................
General Restrictions And Configuration Guidelines14................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Size15................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Irf Ports16................................................................................................................................................................
Setup And Configuration Task List17................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfiguring Irf Member Devices In Standalone Mode18................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Configuration To The Next-startup Configuration File19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Irf Physical Interfaces20................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Irf Fabric21................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning An Irf Domain Id To The Irf Fabric22................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Physical Interfaces To An Irf Port23................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irf Auto-merge25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf Link Load Sharing Mode26................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf Bridge Mac Persistence27................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Irf Link Down Report Delay28................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining An Irf Fabric33................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples34................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example For A Two-chassis Irf Fabric37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example For Restoring Standalone Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources43................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions44................................................................................................................................................................
Index46................................................................................................................................................................
HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual

HP FlexFabric 12900 series Configuration Manual (41 pages)

EVI Configuration  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.72 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Evi4................................................................................................................................................................
Network Topologies5................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology6................................................................................................................................................................
Working Mechanism7................................................................................................................................................................
Selective Flooding9................................................................................................................................................................
Path Mtu10................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Evi Basic Functions11................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Network Id To The Evi Tunnel12................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Endp13................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Evi On Transport-facing Physical Interfaces14................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning Evi Is-is Parameters15................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing An Evi Is-is Network16................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Routing Policy For An Evi Is-is Process19................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Notifications And Context For Evi Is-is20................................................................................................................................................................
Increasing The Maximum Number Of Mac Entries In An Lsp For An Evi Is-is Process21................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Selective Flooding For A Mac Address22................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Evi23................................................................................................................................................................
Evi Configuration Examples24................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple-evi-networks Configuration Example29................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Procedure30................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources33................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions34................................................................................................................................................................
Index36................................................................................................................................................................

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