Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Connectivity Management Processor Configuration Guide
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - P - R - S - T - U -

Index

A

access control list. See ACL

access privileges 1-3

ACL, configuring

active sessions, displaying 2-29

ACT LED 1-3

alert messages 2-16

archiving console output 2-14

asynchronous stop bits, configuring 2-25

attach cmp command 2-17

attach cp command 3-2

B

baud rate, configuring 2-22

C

capture cp archive enable command 2-15

capture cp console command 2-12

capture cp size command 2-13

CDP

current configuration, displaying 2-29

default settings 2-11

device ID format 2-11

enabling and disabling 2-10

global parameters 2-29

interfaces enabled 2-29

neighbor status 2-29

traffic statistics 2-29

version 2-11

CDP, configuring 2-9

cdp advertise command 2-11

cdp enable command 2-10

cdp format command 2-11

Cisco Discovery Protocol. See CDP

clear capture cp command 2-15

clear logging logfile command 2-19

CMP 2-17

components 1-1

connections 1-1

dual CMP upgrades 2-30

flow control 2-26

functions 1-1

hardware information, displaying 2-29

image, installing 2-31

image, upgrading 2-30

interface configuration, displaying 2-4, 2-7

logging messages 2-16

message levels 2-17

power domain 1-1

processes, displaying 2-29

rebooting 3-3

reloading 2-31, 3-3

reloading software 3-4

system resources, displaying 2-29

verifying configurations 2-29

cmp-management interface, displaying 2-29

CMP management interface. See CMP-MGMT interface

CMP-MGMT Ethernet port 2-1

CMP MGMT ETH LED 1-3

CMP MGMT ETH port. See CMP management Ethernet port

CMP-MGMT interface

configuring through a setup script 2-4

configuring through the CMP 2-5, 2-7

configuring through the CP 2-6

IPv4 address 2-5

IPv6 address 2-6, 2-7

CMP STATUS LED 1-2

components 1-1

connecting

default VDC requirement 1-3

from CP 1-1

network 2-1

console output

clearing 2-15

displaying 2-14

file size 2-13

logging functions 2-12

console output log file, archiving 2-14

CP

attaching 3-2

flow control 2-27

monitoring 3-2

reloading 3-3

reloading software 3-4

status 3-2

critical messages 2-16

D

data bits, configuring 2-23

databits command 2-24

date, displaying 2-29

default gateway

IPv4 address 2-5

IPv6 address 2-6, 2-7

default gateway, configuring 2-4, 2-7

default settings 2-31

deny command 2-9

disabling CDP 2-10

disabling SSH 1-3

disabling the Telnet server command 1-3

displaying logged output 2-14

E

enabling CDP 2-10

enabling the SSH server 1-3

enabling the Telnet server 1-3

F

file size, logging 2-12, 2-13

flow control

configuring for CMP 2-26

configuring for CP 2-27

flowcontrol hardware command 2-27

functions, CMP 1-1

G

gateway, configuring 2-4, 2-7

H

hardware flow control

configuring for CMP 2-26

configuring for CP 2-27

high availability 1-4

hops in a route, displaying 3-2

I

image version, displaying 3-2

install all command 2-30

install module command 2-31

interface cmp-mgmt module command 2-4, 2-6

interface configuration mode for CMP-MGMT 2-4, 2-6

ip access-group command 2-9

ip access-list command 2-9

IP address, configuring 2-4, 2-6

ip address command 2-4, 2-5, 2-6

ip default-gateway command 2-4, 2-5, 2-7

IPv4 address

CMP-MGMT interface 2-5

default gateway 2-5

IPv6 address

CMP-MGMT interface 2-6, 2-7

default gateway 2-6, 2-7

ipv6 address command 2-6, 2-7, 2-8

ipv6 default-gateway command 2-6, 2-7, 2-8

L

LEDs 1-2

line com1 command 2-27

line console command 2-28

LINK LED 1-2

logged console output, displaying 2-14

logging CMP messages 2-16

logging configuration

displaying 2-29

logging file

clearing 2-15, 2-18

defined 2-16

logging file, archiving 2-14

logging file size 2-12, 2-13

logging functions 2-12

logging level command 2-18

logging messages, displaying 2-29

logging server command 2-20, 2-21

logs, displaying 2-29

M

message levels, configuring 2-17

messages

displaying 2-17

logging 2-16

severity levels 2-16

monitor CP command 3-2

N

network connection 2-1

no ssh server enable command 1-3

no telnet server enable command 1-3

P

parity checking, configuring 2-24

parity command 2-25

passwords 1-3

permit command 2-9

ping command 3-2

power domains, separate 1-1

R

rebooting the system 3-4

redundancy 1-4

reload cmp command 2-31

reload cp command 3-3

reloading software 3-4

reloading the CMP 3-4

reloading the system 3-3, 3-4

reload soft command 3-4

reload system command 3-3, 3-4

RJ-45 connector 2-1

running configuration, displaying 2-29

S

severity levels, message 2-16

show attach sessions command 2-29

show capture command 2-29

show cdp all 2-29

show cdp configuration command 2-29

show cdp global command 2-29

show cdp neighbors command 2-29

show cdp traffic interface command 2-29

show clock command 2-29

show cp state command 3-2

show interface command 2-29

show logging command 1-3, 2-17, 2-29

show logging level command 2-18

show logging logfile command 2-17, 2-29

show logs command 2-29

show processes command 2-29

show running-config cmp command 2-29

show running-config command 2-29

show sprom command 2-29

show ssh command 2-29

show system resources command 2-29

show tech-support command 2-29

show users command 2-29

show version command 2-29, 3-2

software image information, displaying 2-29

speed, configuring 2-22

speed command 2-22

SPROM contents, displaying 2-29

SSH information, displaying 2-29

SSH server, enabling or disabling 1-3

ssh server enable command 1-3

status, LEDs 1-2

stop bits, configuring 2-25

stopbits command 2-26

suspended sessions, displaying 2-29

switchovers, CMP behavior 1-4

switchto vdc command 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 2-6, 2-7, 2-17, 2-19, 2-22, 2-23, 2-24, 2-25, 2-26, 2-30

synchronizing passwords 1-3

syslog messages, displaying 2-29

syslog server, configuring 2-20, 2-21

T

technical support for CMP output 2-29

Telnet server, enabling or disabling 1-3

telnet server enable command 1-3

time, displaying 2-29

traceroute command 3-2

U

upgrade 2-30

usernames 1-3

users, displaying 2-29