Cisco MDS 9500 Series Hardware Installation Guide
Migrating to Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching Modules
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Migrating to Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching Modules

Table Of Contents

Migrating to Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching Modules

Overview

Usage Guidelines

Migration Procedures for Generation 4 Modules

Migrating to Cisco MDS 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Module

Fabric Modes on the Cisco 9513 Director

Migration Scenarios

Cisco MDS 9513—Nondisruptive Upgrade Scenario from DB Fabric Mode

Cisco MDS 9513— Upgrade Scenario from BM Fabric Mode, NX-OS Release 4.x

Cisco MDS 9513— Upgrade Scenario from BM Fabric Mode, SAN-OS Release 3.x

Cisco MDS 9509 or MDS 9506— Upgrade Scenario, Any NX-OS Release

Upgrading to Fabric 3 Module

Migrating from Fabric 2 Module (DB Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Migrating from Fabric 2 Module (BM Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Migrating from Fabric 1 Module (BM Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)


Migrating to Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching Modules


This appendix describes the tasks associated with preparing the Cisco MDS 9500 Series switches to support Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel switching modules.

This appendix includes the following sections:

Overview

Usage Guidelines

Migration Procedures for Generation 4 Modules

Upgrading to Fabric 3 Module

Overview

Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2 supports the following Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel switch modules:

Cisco MDS 9000 48-Port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9248-256K9)

Cisco MDS 9000 32-Port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9232-256K9)

The Cisco MDS 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel switching modules are supported on Cisco MDS 9513 Director, Cisco MDS 9509 Director, and Cisco MDS 9506 Director. On Cisco MDS 9513 Director, the Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2 supports two fabric modules, which are also known as crossbar modules for the MDS 9513 Director:

Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module, DS-13SLT-FAB3 (Generation-4 module)

Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module, DS-13SLT-FAB2 (Generation-3 module)

The Cisco MDS 9513 Director runs on Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2 and can use the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 or Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 modules to support the Cisco MDS 9000 48-Port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module and the Cisco MDS 9000 32-Port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module. With the new Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module, the 8-Gbps Advanced modules in Cisco MDS 9513 Director will provide full 256-Gbps backplane bandwidth with complete connectivity. The modules do not lose any ports if one fabric card goes down. With the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module, the 8-Gbps Advanced modules in Cisco MDS 9513 Director provide 96-Gbps backplane bandwidth.

The Cisco MDS 9509 Director and the Cisco MDS 9506 Director also support the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel switching modules. The switches require Supervisor-2A or Supervisor-2 modules and Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release to support the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel switching modules.However, the Cisco MDS 9509 Director and the Cisco MDS 9506 Director support only up to 96-Gbps backplane bandwidth.

Usage Guidelines

In preparation for using the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module and the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel switching modules in an MDS 9513 Director, be aware of the following usage guidelines:

MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module is supported only with Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

You cannot use any Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module in a Cisco MDS 9513 Director, Cisco MDS 9509 Director, or Cisco MDS 9506 Director until you upgrade to Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

Supervisor-2 or Supervisor-2A modules are required for the Cisco MDS 9509 Director and the Cisco MDS 9506 Director to support any Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching module.


Note Supervisor-2A module is required to support the Cisco MDS 9000 8-Port 10-Gbps FCoE module.

Before installing the Cisco MDS 9000 8-Port 10-Gbps FCoE module or the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module, ensure that the configurations associated with LUN zoning, read-only zoning, and broadcast zoning are removed from the chassis. If you try to power up the modules with any one of the configurations present, the operation will fail.

When a new Cisco MDS 9000 8-Port 10-Gbps FCoE module or the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module is installed in an existing chassis, and broadcast zoning is already enabled in any of the VSANs, the modules will not power up. You need to first disable broadcast zoning by entering the no zone broadcast enable vsan vsan_id command, and then power up the modules. To verify that broadcast zoning is enabled in the VSAN, enter the show zone status vsan vsan_id command.

Although broadcast zoning is not completely deprecated in the Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2, the broadcast zoning configurations are disabled in the VSAN if the Cisco MDS 9000 8-Port 10-Gbps FCoE module or the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module is online in the chassis. If you change the zone mode to enhanced when either of these modules is online, broadcast zoning will not be enabled. When these modules are not online broadcast zoning is automatically enabled in the VSAN when you change the zone mode enhanced.

You must do the following to increase the bandwidth capabilities of the Cisco MDS 9513 switch:

Upgrade to Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

Migrate from the existing Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 or Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 1 modules in the Cisco MDS 9513 chassis to Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 modules.

If needed, reload the switch to enable the increased bandwidth. A switch reload is not necessary for specific upgrades.

If you install the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module, the active slot bandwidth of Cisco MDS 9513 Director is 256-Gbps.

Once you upgrade to Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release, a downgrade to an earlier Cisco NX-OS release will be disruptive. Following the downgrade, the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching modules in the switch will not power up.

Table A-1 lists the types of Generation 4 modules that the Cisco MDS 9513 Director supports.

Table A-1 Module Support Matrix for the Cisco MDS 9513 Director

Generation 4 Module
Fabric Module
Software Release

Cisco MDS 9000 48-port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9248-256K9)

Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module

Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

Cisco MDS 9000 32-port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9232-256K9)

Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module

Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.


Migration Procedures for Generation 4 Modules

This section describes the steps to migrate to and begin using a Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module. It includes the following sections:

Migrating to Cisco MDS 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Module

Fabric Modes on the Cisco 9513 Director

Migration Scenarios

Migrating to Cisco MDS 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Module

To migrate to the Cisco MDS 9000 48-port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9248-256K9) or to the Cisco MDS 9000 32-port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9232-256K9), follow these steps:


Step 1 Upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release. Follow the correct upgrade path for your switch:

From all 5.0(x) releases, you can upgrade directly to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2.

From all 4.2(x) and 4.1(x) releases, upgrade to any 5.0(x), release and then upgrade to NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

From all SAN-OS 3.3(x) releases, upgrade to the latest NX-OS 4.x release, upgrade to any 5.0(x) release, and then upgrade to NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

From all SAN-OS 3.2(x), 3.1(x), and 3.0(x) releases, upgrade to any 3.3(x) release, upgrade to the latest NX-OS Release 4.x, and then upgrade to any 5.0(x) release, and then upgrade to NX-OS Release 5.2 or a later release.

For additional upgrade paths from earlier releases, see the Cisco MDS 9000 Release Notes for MDS NX-OS Release 5.2(1).

Step 2 Install the Fabric 3 module in the Cisco MDS 9513 Director to use the full bandwidth capability of the 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules. To install a Fabric 3 module, refer to the "Upgrading to Fabric 3 Module" section.


Note The 256-Gbps bandwidth capability of the 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules require the Fabric 3 module in the Cisco MDS 9513 Director.

Step 3 Perform a switch reload. In certain migration scenarios a switch reload is required for the Cisco MDS 9513 Director to change to the fabric mode that supports the Generation 4 module.

Step 4 Install the Cisco MDS 9000 48-port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9248-256K9) or the Cisco MDS 9000 32-port 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module (DS-X9232-256K9).


Fabric Modes on the Cisco 9513 Director

A Cisco MDS 9513 Director supports two fabric modes:

Database (DB) mode

Bitmap (BM) mode

To determine the fabric mode on a Cisco MDS 9513 switch, enter the show hardware fabric-mode command. The following examples show the outputs for the two modes for Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2.

DB Mode:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

BM Mode:

switch# sh hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports only one configuration of Gen3 linecards - 4/44 host-optimized 8G FC linecard

Migration Scenarios

The following sections describe different scenarios for migrating to a Generation 4 module, depending on the configuration and type of Cisco MDS 9500 Series switch. Use these examples as a guide to the process of upgrading to Generation 4 modules:

Cisco MDS 9513—Nondisruptive Upgrade Scenario from DB Fabric Mode

Cisco MDS 9513— Upgrade Scenario from BM Fabric Mode, NX-OS Release 4.x

Cisco MDS 9513— Upgrade Scenario from BM Fabric Mode, SAN-OS Release 3.x

Cisco MDS 9509 or MDS 9506— Upgrade Scenario, Any NX-OS Release

Cisco MDS 9513—Nondisruptive Upgrade Scenario from DB Fabric Mode

Current Configuration

Currently installed release— Cisco NX-OS Release 5.0(x), Cisco NX-OS Release 4.2(x), or Cisco NX-OS Release 4.1(x). (See Step 1 or Step 2 for the exact upgrade path, depending on the release.)

Enter the show version command to determine the current version of the Cisco NX-OS release.

Fabric module— Fabric 2

Enter the show module xbar command to show the current Fabric module. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
 
   

Currently installed switching modules— At least one 24-port or 48-port 8-Gbps Fibre Channel switching module.

Enter the show module command to display the currently installed modules.

Current fabric mode— Supports 8-Gbps Fibre Channel modules.

Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode. The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports 8G FC and above modules
 
   

Migration Steps


Step 1 If you are running Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.0(x), then upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 2 If you are running Cisco NX-OS Release 4.2(x) or Cisco NX-OS Release 4.1(x), then upgrade Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.0(x), and then upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 3 Replace one of the fabric modules with a Fabric 3 module and wait for it to come online. See "Migrating to Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching Modules" section for instructions. Enter the show module xbar command to verify that the module is online. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
 
   

Note The coexistence of different Fabric Modules is supported only during the migration procedure.

Step 4 Replace the other fabric module with a Fabric 3 module and wait for it to come online. Enter the show module xbarcommand to verify that the module is online. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok
 
   

Step 5 Add an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module or replace an existing switching module with an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module. Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode.

The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

Cisco MDS 9513— Upgrade Scenario from BM Fabric Mode, NX-OS Release 4.x

Current Configuration

Currently installed release— Cisco NX-OS Release 4.2(x) or Release 4.1(x).

Enter the show version command to determine the current version of the Cisco NX-OS release.

Fabric module— Fabric 1 or Fabric 2

Enter the show module xbar command to verify the current Fabric Module. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
 
   

Currently installed switching modules— Cisco MDS 9000 4/44-port 8-Gbps Host Optimized Fibre Channel switching module, or any 1-, 2-, or 4-Gbps Fibre Channel switching module.

Enter the show module command to verify the current switching module.

Current fabric mode— Supports 8-Gbps Fibre Channel modules.

Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode. The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports only one configuration of 8G FC modules - 4/44 Host-Optimized 8G FC 
module.

Migration Steps


Step 1 Upgrade to any Cisco MDS NX-OS 5.0(x) release, and then upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 2 Replace both fabric modules with Fabric 3 modules. See "Migrating to Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel Switching Modules" section for instructions. The modules go into failure state until you reload the switch. Enter the show module xbar command to verify the status of the modules. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command, when the modules are in failure state:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
Xbar Power-Status  Reason
---  ------------  ---------------------------
1    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
2    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.2     --
2    NA              0.2     --
 
   
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1511BTFG
2    NA                                      JAF1511BTFJ
* this terminal session
switch# 

Step 3 Reload the switch. Enter the reload command.

Step 4 Verify the fabric mode. Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode.

The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

Step 5 Add an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module or replace an existing switching module with an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module.


Cisco MDS 9513— Upgrade Scenario from BM Fabric Mode, SAN-OS Release 3.x

Current Configuration

Currently installed release— Cisco NX-OS Release 3.x (See Step 1 or Step 2 for the exact upgrade path, depending on the Release 3.x.)

Enter the show version command to verify the current version of the Cisco NX-OS release.

Fabric module— Fabric 1 or Fabric 2

Enter the show module xbar command to verify the current Fabric Module. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 2                  DS-13SLT-FAB2       ok
 
   

Current fabric mode— Supports Cisco MDS 9000 4/44-port 8-Gbps Host Optimized Fibre Channel switching module.

Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode.The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports only one configuration of 8G FC modules - 4/44 Host-Optimized 8G FC 
module.

Migration Steps


Step 1 If you are running any Cisco SAN-OS Release 3.3(x), upgrade to the latest Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 4.x, then upgrade to any Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.0(x), and then upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 2 If you are running any Cisco SAN-OS Release 3.2(x), 3.1(x), or 3.0(x), upgrade to Cisco SAN-OS Release 3.3(x), upgrade to the latest Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 4.x, then upgrade to any Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.0(x), and then upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 3 Replace both fabric modules with Fabric 3 modules The modules go into failure state until you reload the switch. Enter the show module xbar command to verify the status of the modules. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command, when the modules are in failure state:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
Xbar Power-Status  Reason
---  ------------  ---------------------------
1    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
2    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.2     --
2    NA              0.2     --
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1511BTFG
2    NA                                      JAF1511BTFJ
 
   
* this terminal session
switch# 

Step 4 Reload the switch.

Step 5 Verify the fabric mode. Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode.

The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

Step 6 Add an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module or replace an existing switching module with an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module.


Cisco MDS 9509 or MDS 9506— Upgrade Scenario, Any NX-OS Release

Migration Steps


Step 1 Install a Supervisor-2 or Supervisor-2A module if one is not already installed.

Step 2 Upgrade to Cisco MDS NX-OS Release 5.2. See the Cisco MDS 9000 Release Notes for MDS NX-OS Release 5.2(1) for supported software upgrade paths.

Step 3 Reload the switch. Enter the reload command.

Step 4 Add an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module or replace an existing switching module with an 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel module.

Step 5 Verify the fabric mode. Enter the show hardware fabric-mode command to verify the fabric mode.

The following example shows the output of show hardware fabric-mode command:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards
 
   

Upgrading to Fabric 3 Module

Prior to upgrading, observe the following differences in the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 1, Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2, and Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 modules:

The Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 1 module (DS-13SLT-FAB1) has a light-blue surface above the top-most captive screw on the front of the module.

The Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module (DS-13SLT-FAB2) has a light-pink surface above the top-most captive screw on the front of the module.

The Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module (DS-13SLT-FAB3) has a light-green surface above the top-most captive screw on the front of the module.

Upgrading to Fabric 3 Module can be performed depending upon the following scenarios:

Migrating from Fabric 2 Module (DB Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Migrating from Fabric 2 Module (BM Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Migrating from Fabric 1 Module (BM Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)


Migrating from Fabric 2 Module (DB Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Examine the slots for the fabric modules at the rear of the Cisco MDS 9513 chassis. The left slot is marked Fabric 1 and the right slot is marked Fabric 2. The slot name does not have any signifcance in terms of which fabric module can be installed in it. The Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module (DS-13SLT-FAB3) can be installed in either slots.

To remove a Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module from the Cisco MDS 9513 Director and replace it with a Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module, follow these steps:


Note Coexistence of Fabric Module-2 and Fabric Module-3 is supported only during the migration procedure.

Step 1 Connect a PC to the console port on the active supervisor module and log in to the switch.

Step 2 Upgrade to Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 3 Save the running configuration. Enter the copy running-configuration startup-configuration command.

Step 4 Shut down the fabric module in slot 2 by entering the poweroff xbar 2 command.

The following example shows how to shut down the standby supervisor and associated fabric module in slot 2:

switch(config)# poweroff xbar 2
switch(config)#

Step 5 Enter the show module xbar command to verify that the module is powered down.

Step 6 Attach a ESD wrist strap according to the instructions in the "Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage" section.

Step 7 Confirm that the power LED is red, which indicates that the modules are powered off, and then loosen the two captive screws on the module being removed. See Figure A-1.

Step 8 Remove the module from the chassis as follows:

a. Place your thumbs on the top and bottom ejector levers and simultaneously rotate the levers outward to unseat the module from the midplane connector.

b. Hold the front edge of the module and slide the module partially out of the slot. Do not touch the module circuitry.

Figure A-1 Captive Screws and Ejector Levers on the Fabric Module

1

Captive screws

4

Fabric slot 2 label

2

Ejector levers

5

Power LEDs

3

Fabric slot 1 label

   

Step 9 Place the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module on an antistatic surface.

Step 10 On the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module to be installed, ensure that the ejector levers are completely open.

Step 11 Position the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module in the chassis as follows (See Figure A-2):

a. Position the module in the empty slot. Ensure that you align the sides of the module carrier with the slot guides on each side of the slot.

b. Slide the module carefully into the slot until the EMI gasket along the top edge of the module contacts the module in the slot above it and both ejector levers close to approximately 45 degrees with respect to the front of the module.

Figure A-2 Installing a Fabric Module

c. Grasp the two ejector levers using the thumb and forefinger of each hand, and press down to create a small 0.040-inch (1-mm) gap between the module's EMI gasket and the module above it.


Caution Do not press down too forcefully on the levers because they can bend.

d. While pressing down, simultaneously close the top and bottom ejector levers to completely seat the module in the midplane connector. The ejector levers are completely closed when they are flush with the front of the module.


Note Ensure that the ejector levers are completely closed before tightening the captive screws. Failure to completely seat the module in the backplane connector can result in error messages.

e. Tighten the two captive screws on the module until they are finger tight.

Step 12 Power up the Fabric 3 module. Enter the no poweroff xbar 2 command.

switch(config)# no poweroff xbar 2
switch(config)#

Step 13 Wait for sometime for the LED to turn green, if it does not, check to see if the module is seated correctly in the slot. When the power LED on the front of the module is green, enter the show module xbar command to verify if the Fabric 3 module has powered up.

Step 14 Enter the poweroff xbar 1 command to shut down the fabric module in slot 1.

Step 15 Perform the steps 6 through 11 to replace the fabric module.

Step 16 Power up the Fabric 3 module. Enter the no poweroff xbar 1 command.

switch(config)# no poweroff xbar 1
switch(config)#

Step 17 Wait for the Fabric 3 module to come online. Enter the show module xbar command to verify if the Fabric 3 module has powered up.

The following example shows the output of the show module xbar command, which indicates that the fabric modules have been installed successfully:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok

Step 18 Verify the fabric mode by entering the show hardware fabric-mode command. For example:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

Step 19 Insert the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules.

Step 20 Enter the show module command to verify that the system can detect the Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules.

switch# show module
Mod  Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    48     1/2/4/8/10 Gbps Advanced FC Module  DS-X9248-256K9     ok
2    16     16x1GE, Storage Services Node       DS-X9316-SSNK9     ok
3    22     4x1GE IPS, 18x1/2/4Gbps FC Module   DS-X9304-18K9      ok
4    48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
5    32     1/2/4/8/10 Gbps Advanced FC Module  DS-X9232-256K9     ok
6    48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
7    0      Supervisor/Fabric-2a                DS-X9530-SF2AK9    active *
8    0      Supervisor/Fabric-2a                DS-X9530-SF2AK9    ha-standby
9    12     1/2/4 Gbps FC Module                DS-X9112           ok
10   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
11   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
12   48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
13   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
Mod  Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    5.2(1)          0.2101  20:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:30:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
2    5.2(1)          1.2     --
3    5.2(1)          1.4     20:81:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:92:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
4    5.2(1)          1.1     20:c1:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:f0:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
5    5.2(1)          0.2101  21:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 21:20:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
6    5.2(1)          1.1     21:41:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 21:70:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
7    5.2(1)          1.7     --
8    5.2(1)          1.1     --
9    5.2(1)          1.0     22:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 22:0c:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
10   5.2(1)          0.107   --
11   5.2(1)          0.109   --
12   5.2(1)          1.1     22:c1:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 22:f0:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
13   5.2(1)          0.107   --
 
   
Mod  MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    00-31-42-54-44-50 to 00-31-42-54-44-54  JAF1511BTDP
2    00-23-eb-4e-ec-14 to 00-23-eb-4e-ec-28  JAE14130EFB
3    00-24-c4-5f-ee-cc to 00-24-c4-5f-ee-d4  JAE14130397
4    00-0d-ec-75-96-a0 to 00-0d-ec-75-96-a4  JAE1324BXRI
5    00-30-43-45-45-52 to 00-30-43-45-45-56  JAF1510CEER
6    00-0d-ec-75-97-bc to 00-0d-ec-75-97-c0  JAE1324C6QE
7    00-23-5e-9a-53-74 to 00-23-5e-9a-53-78  JAE1326D90X
8    00-23-eb-4f-64-2c to 00-23-eb-4f-64-30  JAF1442EPQF
9    00-14-a9-74-ec-a8 to 00-14-a9-74-ec-ac  JAB1002005H
10   68-ef-bd-a8-33-58 to 68-ef-bd-a8-33-6c  JAF1440CDBF
11   68-ef-bd-a8-3a-d8 to 68-ef-bd-a8-3a-ec  JAF1444AGMF
12   00-13-80-a8-ef-70 to 00-13-80-a8-ef-74  JAE130313RS
13   68-ef-bd-a8-31-28 to 68-ef-bd-a8-31-3c  JAF1440CCST
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      ok
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.305   --
2    NA              0.4     --
 
   
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1429FDGB
2    NA                                      JAF1453BDBL
 
   
* this terminal session
switch# 

Migrating from Fabric 2 Module (BM Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Examine the slots for the fabric modules at the rear of the Cisco MDS 9513 chassis. The left slot is marked Fabric 1 and the right slot is marked Fabric 2. The slot name does not have any signifcance in terms of which fabric module can be installed in it. The Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module (DS-13SLT-FAB3) can be installed in either slots.

To remove a Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module from the Cisco MDS 9513 Director and replace it with a Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module, follow these steps:


Step 1 Connect a PC to the console port on the active supervisor module and log in to the switch.

Step 2 Upgrade to Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2. Refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 3 Save the running configuration. Enter the copy running-configuration startup-configuration command.

Step 4 Shut down the fabric modules one by one, by entering the poweroff xbar slot command.

switch(config)# poweroff xbar 1
switch(config)# 
 
   

Step 5 Enter the show module xbar command to verify that the module is powered down.

Step 6 Attach a ESD wrist strap according to the instructions in the "Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage" section.

Step 7 Confirm that the power LED is red, which indicates that the modules are powered off, and then loosen the two captive screws on the module being removed. See Figure A-3.

Step 8 Remove the module from the chassis as follows:

a. Place your thumbs on the top and bottom ejector levers and simultaneously rotate the levers outward to unseat the module from the midplane connector.

b. Hold the front edge of the module and slide the module partially out of the slot. Do not touch the module circuitry.

Figure A-3 Captive Screws and Ejector Levers on the Fabric Module

1

Captive screws

4

Fabric slot 2 label

2

Ejector levers

5

Power LEDs

3

Fabric slot 1 label

   

Step 9 Place the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 2 module on an antistatic surface.

Step 10 On the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module to be installed, ensure that the ejector levers are completely open.

Step 11 Position the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module in the chassis as follows (See Figure A-4):

a. Position the module in the empty slot. Ensure that you align the sides of the module carrier with the slot guides on each side of the slot.

b. Slide the module carefully into the slot until the EMI gasket along the top edge of the module contacts the module in the slot above it and both ejector levers close to approximately 45 degrees with respect to the front of the module.

Figure A-4 Installing a Fabric Module

c. Grasp the two ejector levers using the thumb and forefinger of each hand, and press down to create a small 0.040-inch (1-mm) gap between the module's EMI gasket and the module above it.


Caution Do not press down too forcefully on the levers because they can bend.

d. While pressing down, simultaneously close the top and bottom ejector levers to completely seat the module in the midplane connector. The ejector levers are completely closed when they are flush with the front of the module.


Note Ensure that the ejector levers are completely closed before tightening the captive screws. Failure to completely seat the module in the backplane connector can result in error messages.

e. Tighten the two captive screws on the module until they are finger tight.

Step 12 Perform the steps 6 through 11 to replace the Fabric Modules in both the slots.

Step 13 Power up each Fabric 3 module by entering the following commands:

switch(config)# no poweroff xbar 1
switch(config)# no poweroff xbar 2

The modules will go into failure state. The power LED on the front panel will be red. To verify the status of the fabric module enter the show module xbar command:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
Xbar Power-Status  Reason
---  ------------  ---------------------------
1    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
2    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.2     --
2    NA              0.2     --
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1511BTFG
2    NA                                      JAF1511BTFJ
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switch#

Step 14 Reload the switch. Enter the reload command.

Step 15 Enter the show module xbar command to confirm that the fabric modules are active.

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok

Step 16 Verify the fabric mode by entering the show hardware fabric-mode command. For example:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

Step 17 Insert the Cisco MDS 9000 Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules.

Step 18 Enter the show module xbar command to verify that the system can detect the Cisco MDS 9000 Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules and that they are up.

switch# show module
Mod  Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    48     1/2/4/8/10 Gbps Advanced FC Module  DS-X9248-256K9     ok
2    16     16x1GE, Storage Services Node       DS-X9316-SSNK9     ok
3    22     4x1GE IPS, 18x1/2/4Gbps FC Module   DS-X9304-18K9      ok
4    48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
5    32     1/2/4/8/10 Gbps Advanced FC Module  DS-X9232-256K9     ok
6    48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
7    0      Supervisor/Fabric-2a                DS-X9530-SF2AK9    active *
8    0      Supervisor/Fabric-2a                DS-X9530-SF2AK9    ha-standby
9    12     1/2/4 Gbps FC Module                DS-X9112           ok
10   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
11   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
12   48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
13   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
Mod  Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    5.2(1)          0.2101  20:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:30:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
2    5.2(1)          1.2     --
3    5.2(1)          1.4     20:81:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:92:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
4    5.2(1)          1.1     20:c1:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:f0:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
5    5.2(1)          0.2101  21:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 21:20:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
6    5.2(1)          1.1     21:41:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 21:70:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
7    5.2(1)          1.7     --
8    5.2(1)          1.1     --
9    5.2(1)          1.0     22:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 22:0c:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
10   5.2(1)          0.107   --
11   5.2(1)          0.109   --
12   5.2(1)          1.1     22:c1:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 22:f0:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
13   5.2(1)          0.107   --
Mod  MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    00-31-42-54-44-50 to 00-31-42-54-44-54  JAF1511BTDP
2    00-23-eb-4e-ec-14 to 00-23-eb-4e-ec-28  JAE14130EFB
3    00-24-c4-5f-ee-cc to 00-24-c4-5f-ee-d4  JAE14130397
4    00-0d-ec-75-96-a0 to 00-0d-ec-75-96-a4  JAE1324BXRI
5    00-30-43-45-45-52 to 00-30-43-45-45-56  JAF1510CEER
6    00-0d-ec-75-97-bc to 00-0d-ec-75-97-c0  JAE1324C6QE
7    00-23-5e-9a-53-74 to 00-23-5e-9a-53-78  JAE1326D90X
8    00-23-eb-4f-64-2c to 00-23-eb-4f-64-30  JAF1442EPQF
9    00-14-a9-74-ec-a8 to 00-14-a9-74-ec-ac  JAB1002005H
10   68-ef-bd-a8-33-58 to 68-ef-bd-a8-33-6c  JAF1440CDBF
11   68-ef-bd-a8-3a-d8 to 68-ef-bd-a8-3a-ec  JAF1444AGMF
12   00-13-80-a8-ef-70 to 00-13-80-a8-ef-74  JAE130313RS
13   68-ef-bd-a8-31-28 to 68-ef-bd-a8-31-3c  JAF1440CCST
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      ok
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.305   --
2    NA              0.4     --
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1429FDGB
2    NA                                      JAF1453BDBL
* this terminal session
switch# 

Migrating from Fabric 1 Module (BM Mode) to Fabric 3 Module (DB Mode)

Examine the slots for the fabric modules at the rear of the Cisco MDS 9513 chassis. The left slot is marked Fabric 1 and the right slot is marked Fabric 2. The slot name does not have any signifcance in terms of which fabric module can be installed in it. The Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module (DS-13SLT-FAB3) can be installed in either slots.

To remove a Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 1 module from the Cisco MDS 9513 Director and replace it with a Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module, follow these steps:


Note Performing an upgrade from Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 1 module to Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module is a disruptive process.

Step 1 Connect a PC to the console port on the active supervisor module and log in to the switch.

Step 2 Upgrade to Cisco NX-OS Release 5.2. Enter the install all kickstart bootflash:bootimage system bootflash:isanimage command. For more instructions, refer to the upgrade procedure described in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family NX-OS Software Upgrade Downgrade Guide.

Step 3 Save the running configuration. Enter the copy running-configuration startup-configuration command.

Step 4 Shut down the fabric modules one by one, by entering the poweroff xbar slot command.

The following example shows how to shut down the fabric module:

switch(config)# poweroff xbar 2
switch(config)#

Step 5 Enter the show module xbar command to verify that the module is powered down.

Step 6 Attach a ESD wrist strap according to the instructions in the "Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage" section.

Step 7 Confirm that the power LED is red, which indicates that the modules are powered off, and then loosen the two captive screws on the module being removed. See Figure A-5.

Step 8 Remove the module from the chassis as follows:

a. Place your thumbs on the top and bottom ejector levers and simultaneously rotate the levers outward to unseat the module from the midplane connector.

b. Hold the front edge of the module and slide the module partially out of the slot. Do not touch the module circuitry.

Figure A-5 Captive Screws and Ejector Levers on the Fabric Module

1

Captive screws

4

Fabric slot 2 label

2

Ejector levers

5

Power LEDs

3

Fabric slot 1 label

   

Step 9 Place the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 1 module on an antistatic surface.

Step 10 On the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module to be installed, ensure that the ejector levers are completely open.

Step 11 Position the Cisco MDS 9513 Fabric 3 module in the chassis as follows (See Figure A-6):

a. Position the module in the empty slot. Ensure that you align the sides of the module carrier with the slot guides on each side of the slot.

b. Slide the module carefully into the slot until the EMI gasket along the top edge of the module contacts the module in the slot above it and both ejector levers close to approximately 45 degrees with respect to the front of the module.

Figure A-6 Installing a Fabric Module

c. Grasp the two ejector levers using the thumb and forefinger of each hand, and press down to create a small 0.040-inch (1-mm) gap between the module's EMI gasket and the module above it.


Caution Do not press down too forcefully on the levers because they can bend.

d. While pressing down, simultaneously close the top and bottom ejector levers to completely seat the module in the midplane connector. The ejector levers are completely closed when they are flush with the front of the module.


Note Ensure that the ejector levers are completely closed before tightening the captive screws. Failure to completely seat the module in the backplane connector can result in error messages.

e. Tighten the two captive screws on the module until they are finger tight.

Step 12 Perform the steps 6 through 11 to replace the fabric modules in both the slots.

Step 13 Power up each Fabric 3 module by entering the following commands:

switch(config)# no poweroff xbar 1
switch(config)# no poweroff xbar 2
switch(config)#

The modules will go into failure state and the power LED on the front panel will be red. Enter the show module xbar command to verify the status of the modules. The following example shows the output of show module xbar command, when the modules are in failure state:

switch# show module xbar
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      failure
Xbar Power-Status  Reason
---  ------------  ---------------------------
1    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
2    failure        Unknown. Issue show system reset xbar ...
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.2     --
2    NA              0.2     --
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1511BTFG
2    NA                                      JAF1511BTFJ
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switch# 

Step 14 Reload the switch. Enter the reload command.

Step 15 Enter the show module xbar command to confirm that the fabric modules are active.

switch# show module xbar
Xbar  Ports  Module-Type                      Model              Status
---  -----  -------------------------------- ------------------ ------------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                  DS-13SLT-FAB3       ok

Step 16 Verify the fabric mode by entering the show hardware fabric-mode command. For example:

switch# show hardware fabric-mode
Fabric mode supports FCoE, Gen2, and above linecards

Step 17 Insert the Cisco MDS 9000 Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules.

Step 18 Enter the show module command to verify that the system can detect the Cisco MDS 9000 Generation 4 8-Gbps Advanced Fibre Channel modules and that they are up.

switch# show module
Mod  Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    48     1/2/4/8/10 Gbps Advanced FC Module  DS-X9248-256K9     ok
2    16     16x1GE, Storage Services Node       DS-X9316-SSNK9     ok
3    22     4x1GE IPS, 18x1/2/4Gbps FC Module   DS-X9304-18K9      ok
4    48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
5    32     1/2/4/8/10 Gbps Advanced FC Module  DS-X9232-256K9     ok
6    48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
7    0      Supervisor/Fabric-2a                DS-X9530-SF2AK9    active *
8    0      Supervisor/Fabric-2a                DS-X9530-SF2AK9    ha-standby
9    12     1/2/4 Gbps FC Module                DS-X9112           ok
10   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
11   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
12   48     1/2/4/8 Gbps FC Module              DS-X9248-96K9      ok
13   8      10 Gbps FCoE Module                 DS-X9708-K9        ok
Mod  Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    5.2(1)          0.2101  20:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:30:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
2    5.2(1)          1.2     --
3    5.2(1)          1.4     20:81:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:92:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
4    5.2(1)          1.1     20:c1:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 20:f0:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
5    5.2(1)          0.2101  21:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 21:20:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
6    5.2(1)          1.1     21:41:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 21:70:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
7    5.2(1)          1.7     --
8    5.2(1)          1.1     --
9    5.2(1)          1.0     22:01:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 22:0c:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
10   5.2(1)          0.107   --
11   5.2(1)          0.109   --
12   5.2(1)          1.1     22:c1:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40 to 22:f0:00:0d:ec:b6:d7:40
13   5.2(1)          0.107   --
Mod  MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    00-31-42-54-44-50 to 00-31-42-54-44-54  JAF1511BTDP
2    00-23-eb-4e-ec-14 to 00-23-eb-4e-ec-28  JAE14130EFB
3    00-24-c4-5f-ee-cc to 00-24-c4-5f-ee-d4  JAE14130397
4    00-0d-ec-75-96-a0 to 00-0d-ec-75-96-a4  JAE1324BXRI
5    00-30-43-45-45-52 to 00-30-43-45-45-56  JAF1510CEER
6    00-0d-ec-75-97-bc to 00-0d-ec-75-97-c0  JAE1324C6QE
7    00-23-5e-9a-53-74 to 00-23-5e-9a-53-78  JAE1326D90X
8    00-23-eb-4f-64-2c to 00-23-eb-4f-64-30  JAF1442EPQF
9    00-14-a9-74-ec-a8 to 00-14-a9-74-ec-ac  JAB1002005H
10   68-ef-bd-a8-33-58 to 68-ef-bd-a8-33-6c  JAF1440CDBF
11   68-ef-bd-a8-3a-d8 to 68-ef-bd-a8-3a-ec  JAF1444AGMF
12   00-13-80-a8-ef-70 to 00-13-80-a8-ef-74  JAE130313RS
13   68-ef-bd-a8-31-28 to 68-ef-bd-a8-31-3c  JAF1440CCST
Xbar Ports  Module-Type                         Model              Status
---  -----  ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------
1    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      ok
2    0      Fabric Module 3                     DS-13SLT-FAB3      ok
Xbar Sw              Hw      World-Wide-Name(s) (WWN)
---  --------------  ------  --------------------------------------------------
1    NA              0.305   --
2    NA              0.4     --
Xbar MAC-Address(es)                         Serial-Num
---  --------------------------------------  ----------
1    NA                                      JAF1429FDGB
2    NA                                      JAF1453BDBL
* this terminal session
switch#