Cisco MDS 9000 Family Fabric Manager Configuration Guide
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Table Of Contents

Symbols - Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Z

Index

Symbols

* (asterisk)

autolearned entries 46-20

port security wildcard 46-15

port security wildcards 46-15

Numerics

12-port 4-Gbps switching modules

BB_credit buffers 22-20

configuration guidelines 22-31

default settings 22-43

See also switching modules

16-port switching modules

configuring BB_credits 20-26

LEDs 20-19

See also switching modules

24-port 4-Gbps switching modules

bandwidth fairness 22-37

configuration guidelines 22-30

default settings 22-43

example configurations 22-19

oversubscription 22-34

shared resources 22-10

See also switching modules

24-port 8-Gbps switching modules

default settings 22-43

example configurations 22-15

32-port switching modules

configuring BB_credits 20-26

SPAN guidelines 60-6

See also switching modules

3DES encryption

IKE 44-7

IPsec 44-6

4/44-port 8-Gbps switching modules

default settings 22-43

example configurations 22-16

48-port 4-Gbps switching modules

bandwidth fairness 22-37

configuration guidelines 22-30

default settings 22-43

example configurations 22-17

oversubscription 22-34

shared resources 22-10

See also switching modules

48-port 8-Gbps switching modules

default settings 22-43

example configurations 22-14

See also switching modules

4-port 10-Gbps switching modules

BB_credit buffers 22-21

configuration guidelines 22-31

default settings 22-43

See also switching modules

A

AAA

authentication process 41-6

authorization process 41-6

configuring information 7-53

default settings 41-30

description 41-1

DHCHAP authentication 45-10

distributing with CFS (procedure) 41-24

enabling server distribution 41-22

local services 41-26

remote services 41-4

service configuration options 41-4

setting authentication 41-26

starting a distribution session 41-22

AAA authentication

AAA servers

groups 41-4

monitoring 41-5

remote authentication 41-4

access control

enforcingiSCSI

enforcing access control 50-27

iSCSI 50-26

Access Control Lists. See IPv4-ACLs; IPv6-ACLs

access controlzoning based access controliSCSI

zoning based access control 50-27

accounting

viewing lists 7-10

ACL based access control

configuring for iSCSI 50-26

ACLs

configuring for iSCSI 50-26

active zone sets

considerations 30-4

enabling distribution 30-26

adapters

Fibre Channel-to-Ethernet 9-2

adminDown tooltip 67-14

administrative speeds

configuring 20-12

administrative states

description 20-7

setting 20-11

administrator passwords

default 2-5

recovering 39-20

Admin tab

description 7-44

Advanced Encrypted Standard encryption. See AES encryption

advertisement packets

setting time intervals 51-11

AES encryption

description 40-4

IKE 44-7

IPsec 44-6

SNMP support 40-4

AES-XCBC-MAC

IPsec 44-6

AFIDs

configuring 29-11, 29-12

configuring default 29-12

description 29-4, 29-7, 29-15

aliases

switching between global device aliases and FC aliases 31-8

switching between global device aliases and fcaliases 3-7

using as enclosure names 5-33

using with Fabric Manager 3-7

ALPA caches

clearing B-2

description 20-25

displaying contents B-2

ANSI T11 FC-GS-3

support 2-16

applications

management 2-17

ARP caches

clearing B-2

displaying B-2

authentication

Fabric Manager Web Services 4-4

fabric security 45-1

guidelines 41-4

iSCSI setup 50-56

local 41-3, 50-30

MD5 51-12

mechanism 50-29

mutual CHAPmutual CHAP authentication 50-30

remote 41-3, 41-4

restricting iSLB initiatorinitiator authentication

restrictingiSLB

simple text 51-12

user IDs 41-3

See also MD5 authentication

See also simple text authentication

authentication, authorization, and accounting. See AAA

autogenerated iSCSI targetiSCSI

autogenerated target 50-28

auto-negotiation

configuring Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 52-5, 53-3

autonomous fabric ID

See AFIDs

autonomous fabric identifiers. See AFIDs

AutoNotify

description 62-5

auto port mode

description 20-7

interface configuration 20-3

autosensing speed

Generation 2 switching modules 20-13

auto-topology

configuration guidelines 29-10

IVR 29-6

modifying (procedure) 29-11

B

bandwidth fairness

disabling 22-39

enabling 22-38

Generation 2 switching modules 22-37

BB_credit buffers

12-port 4-Gbps switching module allocations 22-20

12-port 4-Gbps switching module considerations 22-20

24-port 4-Gbps switching module allocations 22-18

24-port 4-Gbps switching module considerations 22-19, 22-20

24-port 8-Gbps switching module considerations 22-15

4/44-port 8-Gbps switching module considerations 22-16

48-port 4-Gbps switching module considerations 22-17

48-port 8-Gbps switching module considerations 22-14

4-port 10-Gbps switching module allocations 22-21

4-port 10-Gbps switching module considerations 22-21, 22-22

allocation defaults (table) 22-14, 22-15, 22-16, 22-17

BB_credits

configuring 20-26

description 20-25

FICON port swapping 36-32

reason codes 20-9, C-1

beacon modes

configuring 20-20

description 20-20

identifying LEDs 20-19

Berkeley Packet Filter library. See BPF library

bit errors

reasons 20-20

bit error thresholds

configuring 20-20

description 20-20

bitErrRTThresExceeded tooltip 67-14

bootflash:

description 16-2

file system 15-2

recovering from corruption B-1

space requirements 15-3

boot variables

synchronizing 17-3

border switches

description 29-4

IVR configuration guidelines 29-14

BPF library

description 66-21

See also libpcap freeware

B port mode

description 20-7

interface modes 20-7

B ports

configuring 48-27

interoperability mode 48-25

SAN extenders 48-26

bridge port mode. See B port mode

bridge ports. See B ports

broadcast

in-band addresses default 19-13

routing 32-14

Brocade

native interop mode 37-9

buffer pools

Generation 2 switching modules 22-10

buffer sizes

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-21

buffer-to-buffer credits. See BB_credits

build fabric frames

description 25-3

bundleMisCfg tooltip 67-14

C

Call Home

alert groups62-9to 62-11

AutoNotify feature 62-5

CFS support 13-2

configuration distribution 62-18

configuring62-5to 62-19

configuring e-mail options 62-14

contact information 62-6

database merge guidelines 62-19

default settings 62-40

description 62-1

destination profiles62-7to 62-9

duplicate message throttle 62-16

enabling 62-17

features 62-2

inventory notifications 62-15

message format options 62-2

RMON-based alerts 62-13

syslog-based alerts 62-12

testing communications 62-19

Call Home alert groups

configuring 62-9

customizing messages 62-10

description 62-9

Call Home destination profiles

attributes 62-7

description 62-7

Call Home messages

configuring levels 62-11

format options 62-2

Call Home notifications

full-txt format for syslog 62-24

XML format for RMON 62-28

XML format for syslog 62-24

CAs

authenticating 43-10

certificate download example 43-19

configuring43-6to 43-17

creating a trust point 43-8

default settings 43-37

deleting digital certificates 43-16

description43-1to43-5, 69-1to ??

enrollment using cut-and-paste 43-4

example configuration43-17to 43-36

Fabric Manager Web Services 7-5

identity 43-2

maintaining 43-14

maximum limits 43-36

monitoring 43-14

multiple 43-4

multiple trust points 43-3

peer certificates 43-5

purpose 43-2

CDP

configuring12-12to 12-13

configuring hold times 12-13

configuring refresh time interval globally 12-12

disabling globally 12-12

disabling on interfaces 12-12

packet transmission interval 12-12

certificate authorities. See CAs

certificate revocation lists. See CRLs

CFS

application requirements 13-5

configuring for NTP 12-8

default settings 13-23

description13-1to 13-4

disabling on a switch 13-4

displaying configuration information 13-9

distribution modes 13-4

distribution over IP 13-10

distribution scopes 13-3

enabling on a switch 13-4

example configuration using Device Manager 13-23

example configuration using Fabric Manager 13-20

example using Fabric Manager 12-8

feature description 13-2

iSLB config distribution 50-46

merge support 13-9

merge support (procedure) 13-22

protocol description 13-3

SAN-OS features supported 13-2

saving configurations 13-8

CFS applications

clearing session locks 13-8

committing changes 13-7

discarding changes 13-8

enabling 13-5

enabling (procedure) 13-6

fabric locking 13-6

CFS over IP

configuring static IP peers 13-11

default settings 13-23

description 13-10

CFS regions

assigning features 13-17

creating 13-17

deleting 13-19

description 13-16

moving a feature 13-18

removing a feature 13-19

usisng Fabric Manager 13-17

channelAdminDown tooltip 67-14

channelConfigurationInProgress tooltip 67-14

channelOperSuspended tooltip 67-14

CHAP challenge 50-30

CHAP response 50-30

CHAP user name 50-30

CIM

configuring 37-1, B-3

description 37-1

support 2-16

CIM servers

default settings 66-25

Cisco Access Control Server. See Cisco ACS

Cisco ACS

configuring for RADIUS41-26to 41-30

configuring for TACACS+41-26to 41-30

cisco-av-pair

specifying for SNMPv3 41-13

Cisco Discovery Protocol. See CDP

Cisco Fabric Service. See CFS

Cisco MDS 9000 Family

connecting a terminal 12-11

description 1-1

initial setup2-2to 2-12

starting a switch 2-1

Cisco MDS 9100 Series

Cisco MDS 9120 switches 1-4

Cisco MDS 9124 switches 1-4

Cisco MDS 9140 switches 1-4

description 1-4

high availability 17-1

overview 1-4

Cisco MDS 9200 Series

Cisco MDS 9216A switches 1-3

Cisco MDS 9216i switches 1-3

connecting a terminal 12-11

description 1-3

high availability 17-1

Cisco MDS 9216

supervisor modules 19-2

Cisco MDS 9216A switches

description 1-3

Cisco MDS 9216i switches

configuring extended BB_credits 20-27

description 1-3

Cisco MDS 9500 Series

Cisco MDS 9506 Directors 1-2

Cisco MDS 9509 Directors 1-2

Cisco MDS 9513 Directors 1-2

description 1-2

high availability 17-1

Cisco MDS 9506 Directors

description 1-2

Cisco MDS 9509 Directors

description 1-2

supervisor modules 19-1

Cisco MDS 9513 Directors

description 1-2

supervisor modules 19-1

Cisco MDS SAN-OS

software images 15-1

Cisco SAN-OS features

changed (table) 1-lvii

new (table) 1-lvii

Cisco Traffic Analyzer

configuring with Performance Manager 58-9

description 9-3

installing (procedure) 9-3

statistics reports 66-3

troubleshooting tools 66-2

using for troubleshooting 66-2

using with Fabric Manager 9-2

Cisco Transport Controller. See CTC

Cisco vendor ID

description 41-13

class maps

configuring for data traffic 64-6

creating 64-7

CLI

accessing D-2

description 1-5

Fabric Manager alternative 1-6

firewall 4-2

clients

disconnecting 7-50

viewing 7-50

clock modules

managing B-2

cloud discovery. See iSNS cloud discovery

code pages

FICON text string formatting 36-19

COM1 ports

configuring B-1

command-line interface. See CLI

command schedulers

configuring B-2

command scripts

executing B-2

Common Information Model. See CIM

common roles

deleting (procedure) 39-3

communities

adding 7-51

removing 7-52

CompactFlash

devices 16-2

slot0: 15-2

company IDs

FC ID allocations 37-7, 66-24

configuration

overview1-6to 1-8

saving automatically for FICON 36-23

saving to NVRAM 16-8

software tools 1-5

configuration files

backing up 16-9

copying (procedure) 16-8

displaying B-2

downloading 16-7

FICON 36-29

saving (procedures) 16-8

saving across the fabric 16-9

configurations

changing initial 2-12

configuring NPV 21-7

congestion control methods. See FCC; edge quench congestion control

congestion window monitoring. See CWM

connectivity

troubleshooting tool 5-35

verifying 66-7

console logging

configuring 61-4

console ports

parameters 2-2

console sessions

message logging severity levels 61-4

console settings

configuring B-1

Contiguous Domain ID Assignments

About 25-15

contract IDs

description 62-33

control traffic

disabling QoS 64-4

enabling for QoS 64-4

Control Unit Port. See CUP in-band management

core dumps

IPS modules B-2

core files

clearing directory 68-4

displaying information 68-3

saving to CompactFlash B-3

CRLs

configuring 43-15

configuring revocation checking methods 43-12

description 43-5

downloading example 43-34

generation example 43-33

importing example43-36, ??to 43-36

crossbars

compatibility with Generation 1 modules 18-10

description 18-8

management 18-7

removal considerations 18-9

crypto IPv4-ACLs

any keyword 44-25

configuration guidelines 44-22

creating 44-25

mirror images 44-24

crypto map entries

global lifetime values 44-37

setting SA lifetimes 44-31

crypto maps

auto-peer option 44-32

configuration guidelines 44-29

configuring perfect forward secrecy 44-35

entries for IPv4-ACLs 44-28

perfect forward secrecy 44-34

SA lifetime negotiations 44-30

SAs between peers 44-28

crypto map sets

applying to interfaces 44-36

CTC

description 48-17

launching 48-17

CUP in-band management

blocking restriction 36-25

description 36-37

current VSANs

description 29-3

custom reports

creating a template 7-37

modifying a template 7-41

Custom tab

description 7-37

Cut-through routing mode 50-33

CWM

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-20

D

D_S_TOV

default setting 66-25

errors when setting 67-7

modifying 66-15

data

management 2-17

database files

resolving lock errors 7-45

Data Encryption Standard encryption. See DES encryption

data traffic

class maps 64-6

comparing VSANs and QoS 64-5

defining service policies 64-8

DWRR queues 64-8

enforcing service policies 64-8

example configuration 64-10

dates

configuring 12-3

daylight saving time

adjusting for B-1

dead time intervals

configuring for FSPF 32-8

description 32-8

dedicated rate mode

description 22-6

migrating from shared rate mode 22-29, 22-30

migrating to shared rate mode 22-29, 22-30

default gateways. See IPv4 default gateways

default networks

configuring 2-6, 2-10

default networks. See IPv4 default networks

default users

description 2-3

default VSANs

description 26-8

default zones

configuring 30-21

configuring policies 30-38

configuring QoS priorities 30-37

description 30-20

interoperability 37-9

policies 30-20

deficit weighted round robin schedulers. See DWRR schedulers

deniedDueToPortBinding tooltip 67-14

DES encryption

IKE 44-7

IPsec 44-6

desktops

shortcuts not visible 67-4

destination IDs

exchange based 23-5

flow based 23-4

in-order delivery 32-15

path selection 26-11

device alias database

committing changes 31-6

discarding changes 31-7

distribution to fabric 31-4

merging 31-8

device aliases

CFS support 13-2

clearing statistics 31-8

comparison with zones (table) 31-4

default settings 31-9

description 31-1

features 31-3

modifying the database 31-4

requirements 31-3

zone alias conversion 31-7

device IDs

Call Home format 62-34

Device Manager

color definitions 6-5

connection failures 67-10

context menus 6-7

downgrading 67-4

FAQs 67-1

installation failures 67-6, 67-7

label definitions 6-5

launching (procedure) 6-2

login failure recovery 67-6

managing ports 6-7

performance monitoring 58-1

PortChannels 6-7

preferences 6-8

setting preferences 6-8

tabs 6-5

troubleshooting tools 66-1

trunking 6-7

upgrade failures 67-4

upgrading 67-4

using interface (figure) 6-3

viewing license information 10-16

viewing port status 6-5

viewing supervisor modules 6-7

viewing switch modules 6-7

viewing system messages 61-11

devices

discovery 57-1

management 2-17

modifying groupings (procedure) 5-32

searching in Fabric Manager 67-22

DH

IKE 44-6

DHCHAP

AAA authentication 45-10

authentication modes 45-5

compatibility with other SAN-OS features 45-3

configuring45-2to 45-10

configuring AAA authentication 45-10

default settings 45-10

description 45-2

enabling 45-4

group settings 45-7

hash algorithms 45-6

licensing 45-2

passwords for local switches 45-7

passwords for remote devices 45-8

timeout values 45-9

See also FC-SP

differentiated services code point. See DSCP

Diffie-Hellman Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol. See DHCHAP

Diffie-Hellman protocol. See DH

digital certificates

configuration example43-17to 43-19

configuring43-6to 43-17

default settings 43-37

deleting from CAs 43-16

description43-1to43-5, 69-1to ??

exporting 43-5, 43-14

generating requests for identity certificates 43-12

importing 43-5, 43-14

installing identity certificates 43-13

IPsec44-7to 44-10

maintaining 43-14

maximum limits 43-36

monitoring 43-14

peers 43-5

purpose 43-2

requesting identity certificate example 43-24

revocation example 43-30

digital signature algorithm. See DSA key pairs

DirectX

installing 67-6

Distributed Services Time Out Value. See D_S_TOV

DNS

configuring 2-6, 2-10

configuring IP addresses 2-7

default settings 51-13

DNS servers

configuring 51-12

documentation

additional publications i-lxvii

related documents i-lxvii

domainAddrAssignFailureIsolation tooltip 67-14

domain ID

CFS support 13-2

domain IDs

allowed lists 25-11

assignment failures 20-10

configuring allowed lists 25-11

configuring CFS distribution25-12to 25-15

configuring fcalias members 30-21

contiguous assignments 25-15

description 25-8

distributing 25-2

duplicates causing errors 67-13

enabling contiguous assignments 25-15

failures C-2

interoperability 37-9

IVR configuration guidelines 29-13

non-unique and IVR NAT 29-5

preferred 25-10

static 25-10

unique 29-13

domainInvalidRCFReceived tooltip 67-14

domain manager

isolation 20-10

domainManagerDisabled tooltip 67-14

domainMaxReTxFailure tooltip 67-14

domain names

configuring 2-6

domainOtherSideEportIsolation tooltip 67-14

domainOverlapIsolation tooltip 67-14

domains

overlap isolations C-2

DPVM

CFS support 13-2

default settings 28-15

description 28-1

enabling 28-2

requirements 28-2

using DPVM Setup Wizard (procedure) 28-2

wizard 5-34

DPVM databases

autolearned entries 28-8

clearing 28-9

comparing differences 28-14

configuring CFS distribution28-10to 28-13

copying 28-14

description 28-5

enabling autolearning 28-9

merging guidelines 28-13

drill down reports

description 7-1

drivers

iSCSI 50-2

drop latency time

configuring 32-18

dsa key pairs

generating 39-16

DSCP

configuring 48-28

DWRR queues

changing weights 64-9

DWRR schedulers

description 64-5

dynamic bandwidth management

description 22-9

dynamic iSCSI initiator

converting 50-40

convert to staticiSCSI

convert dynamic initiator to static 50-19

dynamic mapping 50-8, 50-39

dynamic mappingiSCSI

dynamic mappingiSCSI

static mappingstatic mapping 50-7

Dynamic Port VSAN Membership. See DPVM

E

E_D_TOV

default setting 66-25

errors when setting 67-7

modifying 66-15

EBCDIC

FICON string format 36-19

edge quench congestion control

description 64-2

edge switches

description 29-4

edge VSANs

description 29-3

EFMD

fabric binding 47-1

EISLs

PortChannel links 23-2

ELP

verifying using Device Manager (procedure) 48-16

elpFailureClassFParamErr tooltip 67-14

elpFailureClassNParamErr tooltip 67-15

elpFailureInvalidFlowCTLParam tooltip 67-15

elpFailureInvalidPayloadSize tooltip 67-15

elpFailureInvalidPortName tooltip 67-15

elpFailureInvalidTxBBCredit tooltip 67-15

elpFailureIsolation tooltip 67-15

elpFailureLoopbackDetected tooltip 67-15

elpFailureRatovEdtovMismatch tooltip 67-15

elpFailureRevMismatch tooltip 67-15

ELP failures

reason codes C-2

elpFailureUnknownFlowCTLCode tooltip 67-15

e-mail addresses

assigning for Call Home 62-7

e-mail notifications

Call Home 62-1

enclosure names

aliases 5-33

end devices

viewing storage port traffic and errors 7-16

end-to-end connectivity

troubleshooting 66-5

enhanced ISLs. See EISLs

enhanced zones

advantages over basic zones 30-43

changing from basic zones 30-44

creating attribute groups 30-45

default settings 30-48

description 30-43

enabling 30-45

merging databases 30-45

enterprise package licenses

description 10-4

entity status inquiry. See ESI

EPLD images

configuring B-2

E port mode

classes of service 20-4

description 20-4

ePortProhibited tooltip 67-15

E ports

32-port guidelines 20-3

32-port switching module configuration guidelines 23-8

configuring 20-12, 48-28

fabric binding checking 47-2

FCS support 63-1

FSPF topologies 32-2

isolation 20-10, C-2

recovering from link isolations 30-28

SPAN sources 60-3

eppFailure tooltip 67-15

Error Detect Time Out Value. See E_D_TOV

errorDisabled tooltip 67-15

error messages

gen error messages 67-7

error reports

clearing previous B-3

escFailureIsolation tooltip 67-15

ESC failures

reason codes C-2

ESI

non-resp threshold 50-72

ESI retry count 50-72

Ethereal freeware

analyzer 66-18

URL 66-17

Ethernet

reducing traffic 66-2

Ethernet PortChannels

adding Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 52-10

configuring 52-10

description 52-9

iSCSI 50-55

redundancy 48-6

evaluation

stop in Device Manager 10-17

events

displaying using Device Manager 57-5

displaying using Fabric Manager 57-5

displaying using Fabric Manager Web Services 57-5

viewing 7-10

Exchange Fabric Membership Data. See EFMD 47-1

exchange IDs

in-order delivery 32-15

path selection 26-11

exchange link parameter. See ELP

exchange link parameter failures. See ELP failures

expansion port mode. See E port mode

expiry alerts

licenses 10-15

explicit fabric logout 50-16

extended BB_credits

configuring 20-28

description 20-27

Generation 2 switching modules 22-23

licensing 22-23

Extended Binary-Coded Decimal Interchange Code. See EBCDIC 36-19

Extended Link Protocol. See ELP

external CompactFlash

formatting B-2

external loopback tests

description 68-7

performing 68-7

external RADIUS server

CHAP 50-57

external RADIUS servers

CHAP 50-57

F

fabric

editing monitoring 7-47

Fabric Analyzer

configuring 66-19

description 66-17

Ethereal freeware 66-17

libpcap freeware 66-17

using display filters B-3

fabric binding

activation 47-4

checking for Ex ports 47-2

clearing statistics 47-6

compatibility with DHCHAP 45-3

configuration47-3to 47-6

default settings 47-9

deleting database 47-6

description47-1to 47-2

EFMD 47-1

enforcement 47-2

forceful activation 47-5

licensing requirements 47-1

port security comparison 47-1

saving configurations 47-5

verifying configuration47-6to 47-9

fabricBindingDBMismatch tooltip 67-15

fabricBindingDomainInvalid tooltip 67-15

fabricBindingNoRspFromPeer tooltip 67-15

fabricBindingSWWNNotFound tooltip 67-15

Fabric Configuration Server. See FCS

Fabric Configuration Servers. See FCSs

Fabric-Device Management Interface. See FDMI

fabric lock

fabric login. See FLOGI

fabric loop port mode. See FL port mode

Fabric Manager

authentication4-1to ??

browser support 2-19

Cisco Traffic Analyzer 9-2

connection failures 67-10

corrupted jar file errors 67-22

description 1-5, 2-13

detachable tables 5-24

downgrading 67-4

downloading software 2-18

error recovery 67-7

FAQs 67-1

FCIP 67-19

installation failures 67-6, 67-7

installing 2-18

integrating with other tools 2-40

ISL statistics 58-3

Java support 2-19

launching troubleshooting 67-3

login failure recovery 67-6

missing Information pane 67-9

mixed software environments 67-22

network discovery 5-32

preinstallation tasks 2-18

problems with map changes 67-8

running behind firewalls 2-40

running with multiple NICs 67-20

searching for devices 67-22

setting preferences 5-30

shows as disabled service 67-6

support operating systems 2-19

uninstalling 2-43

upgrade failures 67-4

upgrading 2-38, 67-4

viewing license information 10-16

Fabric Manager authentication

description 4-1

discovery best practices 4-3

Web Server support 4-4

Fabric Manager Clients

advanced mode 5-2

description 2-14, 5-1

displaying physical attributes 5-20

Fabric pane 5-24

filtering 5-20

Information pane 5-23

launching 5-2

main menu 5-13

setting preferences 5-30

status bar 5-30

toolbar icons (table) 5-17

troubleshooting tools 5-35

using interface (figure) 5-12

wizards 5-34

Fabric Manager features

changed (table) 1-lvii

new (table) 1-lvii

Fabric Manager Server

authentication 4-2

configuring preferences 7-51

continuously monitoring fabrics 3-3

database failed to start 67-10

description 2-14, 3-1

disk space requirements 3-1

fabric discovery 4-3

features 3-1

full fabric rediscovery 3-7

installation overview 3-2

installing 3-2

local host error messages 67-20

modifying settings 3-5

passwords 3-7

performing administrative tasks 7-44

performing configuration tasks 7-44

polling periods 3-7

properties files 3-4

Red Hat Linux support 3-1

Solaris support 3-1

troubleshooting tools 66-1

user names 3-7

viewing logs 7-62

Windows support 3-1

Fabric Manager Server package license

description 10-6

Fabric Manager Web Server

authentication 4-4

configuring RADIUS authentication 4-4

configuring TACACS+ authentication 4-5

description 2-15

viewing system messages 61-11

Fabric Manager Web Services

configuring communities 7-51

configuring users 7-53

description 7-1

exporting performance data 7-3

initial screen 7-9

installing 7-3

launching 7-7

navigating 7-2

printing 7-3

recovering passwords 7-45

TCP ports 7-4, 7-5

using with SSL 7-5

fabric port mode. See F port mode

fabric pWWNs

zone membership 30-2

fabric reconfiguration

fcdomain phase 25-2

fabrics

discovery 5-32

management 2-17

monitoring 3-3

See also build fabric frames

fabrics. See RCFs; build fabric frames

fabric security

authentication 45-1

default settings 45-10

Fabric Shortest Path First. See FSPF

FabricWare

events D-2

Fabric Manager support (table) D-3

Fibre Channel support D-1

installing Fabric Manager Web Services 7-3

roles D-2

security D-2

SNMP traps D-2

syslog traps D-2

zoning support D-2

fabric WWNs. See fWWNs

fan module LEDs

failure status 18-12

fan modules

description 18-12

displaying status 18-12

failures 18-12

FAQs

Device Manager 67-1

Fabric Manager 67-1

fault tolerant fabrics

example (figure) 32-2

fcaliases

adding members 30-22

cloning 30-35

configuring for zones 30-21

creating 30-22

renaming 30-34

using with Fabric Manager 3-7

FCC

assigning priority 64-3

benefits 64-1

default settings 64-12

description 64-1

enabling 64-2

frame handling 64-2

logging facility 61-2

process 64-2

fcdomains

autoreconfigured merged fabrics 25-7

configuring CFS distribution25-12to 25-15

default settings 25-22

description 25-2

disabling 25-6

domain IDs 25-8

dsiplaying statistics 25-22

enabling 25-6

enabling autoreconfiguration 25-8

incoming RCFs 25-6

initiation 25-5

overlap isolation 20-10

restarts 25-3

switch priorities 25-5

FC-GS-3 requests

device grouping support 5-32

FC ID allocation

FICON implementation 36-14

FC IDs

allocating 25-2, 37-7, 66-24

allocating company IDs 66-24

allocating default company ID lists 37-8

allocating for FICON 36-14

allocation for HBAs 37-7

configuring fcalias members 30-21

description 25-16

persistent25-17to ??

FCIP 50-1

advanced features 48-29

checking trunk status (procedure) 48-17

compatibility with DHCHAP 45-3

compression 48-37

configuring48-7to ??

configuring using FCIP Wizard48-8to 48-15

default parameters 48-38

discarding packets 48-25

enabling 48-8

FICON support 36-5

Gigabit Ethernet ports 52-4, 53-1

high availability48-4to 48-7

IPS modules 48-2

IP storage services support 52-1

link failures 48-5

MPS-14/2 module 48-2

reserving ports for FICON 36-13

restrictions 67-19

specifying number of TCP connections 48-25

tape acceleration48-32to ??

time stamps 48-25

VE ports 48-2

verifying ELP (procedure) 48-16

verifying interfaces (procedure) 48-16

virtual ISLs 48-2

VRRP 48-6

write acceleration 48-29

FCIP compression

configuring (procedure) 48-12

description 48-37

FCIP interfaces

configuring advanced features48-21to 48-28

configuring peers 48-22

configuring QoS 48-28

configuring special frames 48-24

creating 48-22

parameters 48-4

SPAN sources 60-3

FCIP links

B port interoperability mode 48-25

configuring 48-15

configuring peers 48-22

configuring QoS 48-28

creating 48-16

description 48-3

endpoints 48-3

initiating IP connections 48-25

TCP connections 48-3

FCIP peers

configuring IP addresses 48-22

enabling special frames 48-24

fcipPortAdminCfgChange tooltip 67-15

fcipPortKeepAliveTimerExpire tooltip 67-15

fcipPortMaxReTx tooltip 67-16

fcipPortPersistTimerExpire tooltip 67-16

fcipPortSrcAdminDown tooltip 67-16

fcipPortSrcLinkDown tooltip 67-16

FCIP profiles

configuring TCP parameters48-19to ??

creating 48-15

description 48-4

fcipSrcModuleNotOnline tooltip 67-16

fcipSrcPortRemoved tooltip 67-16

FCIP tape acceleration

configuring 48-36

description48-32to 48-36

FCIP TCP parameters

configuring buffer size 48-21

configuring CWM 48-20

configuring keepalive timeouts 48-19

configuring maximum jitter 48-21

configuring maximum retransmissions 48-19

configuring minimum retransmit timeouts 48-19

configuring PMTUs 48-20

configuring SACKs 48-20

configuring window management 48-20

FCIP write acceleration

configuring 48-31

configuring (procedure) 48-12

description 48-29

fcotChksumErr tooltip 67-16

fcotNotPresent tooltip 67-16

fcotVendorNotSupported tooltip 67-16

FCP

intermixing protocols 36-5

routing requests 50-3

fcping. See Ping Tool

FCS

description 63-1

logging facility 61-2

significance 63-2

FC-SP

authentication 45-1

enabling 45-4

enabling on ISLs 45-10

See also DHCHAP

fcspAuthenfailure tooltip 67-16

FCSs

default settings 63-6

description 63-1

displaying information63-3to ??

fctimers

CFS support 13-2

configuring CFS B-3

distribution 37-4

fctrace. See traceroute

FDMI

description 34-4

displaying database information 34-4

Federal Information Processing Standards. See FIPS

Fibre Channel 50-1

configuring time out values 66-15

iSCSI targets50-7to 50-13

sWWNs for fabric binding 47-4

time out values37-2to 37-5

TOVs 37-3

Fibre Channel Analyzers

configuring using SPAN 60-12

Fibre Channel analyzers

capturing frames locally B-3

clearing configured information B-3

monitoring without SPAN 60-10

sending frames to remote IP addresses B-3

Fibre Channel Congestion Control. See FCC

Fibre Channel domains. See fcdomains

Fibre Channel interface

default settings 20-31

Fibre Channel interfaces

administrative states 20-7

BB_credits 20-25

characteristics20-2to 20-11

configuring beacon modes 20-20

configuring bit error thresholds 20-20

configuring frame encapsulation 20-18

configuring port modes 20-12

configuring receive data field sizes 20-18

configuring speeds 20-12

deleting from PortChannels 23-20

disabling 20-11

enabling 20-11

extended BB_credits 20-27

graceful shutdown 20-11

modes20-3to 20-7

operational states 20-8

performance buffers 20-26

reason codes 20-8

states 20-7

taking out of service on Generation 2 switching modules 22-40

troubleshooting operational states 20-9

See also interfaces 20-7

Fibre Channel over IP. See FCIP

Fibre Channel Protocol. See FCP

Fibre Channel Security Protocol. See FC-SP

Fibre Channel targets

Fibre Channel traffic

analyzing 66-2

SPAN sources 60-3

statistics 66-3

Fibre Channel write acceleration

default settings 56-3

description 56-1

enabling 56-2

estimating number of write buffers 56-1

licensing 56-1

modifying number of write buffers 56-2

Fibre Channel zoning-based access control 50-27

Fibre Connection. See FICON

FICON

advantages on MDS switches36-3to 36-7

automatic configuration save 36-23

basic configuration 36-16

calculating flow load balance (procedure) 36-39

cascading 36-7

configuration files36-28to 36-31

configuring36-15to 36-24

configuring ports36-24to 36-28

CUP in-band management 36-37

default settings 36-42

description36-1to 36-7

displaying information36-40to 36-42

fabric binding requirements 47-3

Fabric Manager Client support 5-2

FC4 protocols 36-2

FC ID allocations 36-14

FCIP support 36-5

host timestamp control 36-22

implemented ports 36-11

installed ports 36-12

manually enabling 36-18

MDS-supported features 36-5

PortChannel support 36-5

port numbering36-8to 36-14

port swapping36-31to 36-33

RLIRs36-27to 36-28

saving configuration changes 36-23

suspending a VSAN 36-19

sWWNs for fabric binding 47-4

tape acceleration36-33to 36-37

text string formatting codes 36-19

unimplemented port 36-11

VSAN offline state 36-19

ficonBeingEnabled tooltip 67-16

FICON configuration files

applying to running configuration 36-29

copying 36-31

description 36-29

displaying 36-30

editing 36-30

view latest information 36-30

ficonNoPortnumber tooltip 67-16

ficonNotEnabled tooltip 67-16

FICON port numbers

assigning to slots 36-13

default numbering scheme 36-8

FCIP interfaces 36-13

implemented addresses 36-11

installed ports 36-12

logical interfaces 36-13

numbering guidelines 36-12

PortChannel interfaces 36-13

port swapping 36-11

reserved numbering scheme 36-11

unimplemented addresses 36-11

uninstalled ports 36-12

FICON ports

assigning address names using Device Manager 36-27

blocking 36-25

displaying address information 36-41

prohibiting 36-26

swapping configurations 36-33

FICON port swapping

configuring (procedure) 36-33

guidelines 36-32

FICON tape acceleration

configuration considerations 36-35

configuring 36-35

description 36-33

ficonVsanDown tooltip 67-16

FICP

wizard 5-34

field replaceable units. See FRUs

files

compressing B-2

displaying contents B-1

displaying last lines B-2

uncompressing B-2

file systems

formatting 16-2

volatile: 16-2

File Transfer Protocol. See FTP

filtering

end port groups 5-28

switch groups 5-28

filters

capture 66-21

defining displays 66-21

permitted 66-22

selective viewing 66-20

FIPS

configuration guidelines 38-1

self-tests 38-3

firewalls

configuring 2-14

running with Fabric Manager 2-40

firstPortNotUp tooltip 67-16

firstPortUpAsEport tooltip 67-16

Flash devices

bootflash: 16-2

formatting 16-2

overview 16-1

FLOGI

description 34-1

displaying details 34-1

logging facility 61-2

flows

performance statistics 8-1

viewing performance information 7-22

flow statistics

description 8-6

FL port mode

classes of service 20-5

description 20-5

FL ports

configuring 20-12

description 20-5

DPVM support 28-8

nonparticipating code 20-10

nonparticipating codes C-2

persistent FC IDs 25-17

SPAN sources 60-3

See also Fx ports

F port mode

classes of service 20-5

description 20-5

F ports

configuring 20-12

description 20-5

DPVM support 28-8

SPAN sources 60-3

See also Fx ports

FPSF

load balancing (example) 48-5

frame encapsulation

configuring 20-18

frames

configuring MTU size 52-5, 53-3

viewing 66-20

frequently asked questions. See FAQs

FSPF

computing link cost 32-7

configuring globally32-4to 32-6

configuring Hello time intervals 32-7

configuring link cost 32-6

configuring on interfaces32-6to 32-10

dead time intervals 32-8

default settings 32-19

description 32-2

disabling on interfaces 32-9

disabling routing protocols 32-6

displaying databases 32-10

fail-over with PortChannels 32-3

fault tolerant fabrics 32-2

flow statistics8-6to 32-19

in-order delivery32-15to 32-19

interoperability 37-10

link state record defaults 32-4

multicast root switches 32-14

path selection protocol D-1

reconvergence times 32-2

redundant links 32-3

retransmitting intervals 32-8

routing services 32-1

support 2-16

topology examples32-2to 32-4

FSPF multicast roots

configuring switches 32-14

FSPF routes

configuring 32-12

description 32-12

FSPF routing

multicast 32-14

FTP

logging facility 61-2

support 2-16

full zone sets

considerations 30-4

enabling distribution 30-26

fWWNs

configuring fcalias members 30-21

Fx ports

32-port default 20-3

configuring 20-12

description 20-7

FCS 63-1

FCS support 63-1

interface modes 20-7

VSAN membership 26-4

See also F ports; FL ports 20-7

G

Generation 1 switching modules

combining with Generation 2 switching modules??to 22-28

extended BB_credits 20-27

port index allocations 22-24

QoS behavior 64-8

Generation 2 switching modules

buffer groups22-10to 22-22

combining with Generation 1 switching modules??to 22-28

configuring22-28to ??

configuring port speeds 22-32

configuring rate modes 22-33

default settings 22-43

description22-1to ??

dynamic bandwidth management 22-9

extended BB_credits 20-28, 22-23

installing in Generation 1 chassis 15-16

out-of-service interfaces 22-10

port groups 22-3

port index allocations 22-24

port rate modes 22-4

QoS behavior 64-8

recovering from powered-down state 22-25

releasing shared resources 22-41

taking interfaces out of service 22-40

Generation 3 switching modules

default settings 22-43

Gigabit Ethernet

IPv4 example configuration 52-4

Gigabit Ethernet interface example 50-53

Gigabit Ethernet interfaces

configuring52-4to 52-10

configuring auto-negotiation 52-5, 53-3

configuring CDP 12-12

configuring high availability52-8to 52-10

configuring IPv4 53-2

configuring MTU frame sizes 52-5, 53-3

configuring promiscuous mode 52-6, 53-4

configuring VRRP 52-9

default parameters 53-6

IPv4-ACL guidelines 53-6

subinterfaces 52-6, 53-5

subnet requirements 52-6, 53-5

viewing performance information 7-23

Gigabit Ethernet subinterfaces

configuring VLANs 53-5

global keys

assigning for RADIUS 41-8

H

hardware

default settings 18-13

displaying inventory 18-1

displaying temperatures 18-11

overview 1-1

viewing list 7-10

hardware failures

configuring actions B-3

hard zoning

description 30-26

HA solution example 50-52

HBA port 50-15, 50-20

HBA ports

configuring area FCIDs 25-19

HBAs

device aliases 31-1

FC ID allocations 37-7, 66-24

Health tab

description 7-9

Hello time intervals

configuring for FSPF 32-8

description 32-7

high availability

automatic synchronization 17-4

compatibility with DHCHAP 45-3

description 17-1

Ethernet PortChannel 50-55

Ethernet PortChannels 48-6

Fibre Channel PortChannels 48-7

licensing 10-8

process restartability 17-3

protection against link failures 17-1

software upgrades 15-5

supervisor module switchover mechanism 17-2

switchover characteristics 17-2

synchronizing supervisor modules 17-3

VRRP 48-6, 50-54

VRRPVRRP-based high availability 50-54

historical data

preserving 67-19

host control

FICON 36-21

host names

configuring for digital certificates 43-6

hosts

performance statistics 8-1

HTTP

port used 2-41

support 2-16

HTTP proxy servers

configuring 67-21

HTTPS

support 2-16

hwFailure tooltip 67-16

I

IBM PPRC

FICON support 36-5

ICMP

IPv6 54-6

ICMP packets

type value 42-4

IDs

Cisco vendor ID 41-13

contract IDs 62-33

login IDs 2-5

serial IDs 62-34, 62-35, 62-37, 62-39

server IDs 62-35

site IDs 62-33

IKE

algorithms for authentication 44-6

default settings 43-37, 44-39

description 44-3

initializing 44-13

refreshing SAs 44-20

terminology 44-5

transforms for encryption 44-6

viewing configuration (procedure) 44-11

IKE domains

clearing 44-20

description 44-13

IKE initiators

configuring version 44-18

IKE peers

configuring keepalive times 44-17

IKE policies

configuring negotiation parameters 44-15

negotiation 44-14

IKE tunnels

clearing 44-20

description 44-13

images

See kickstart images; software images; system images

Software Installation Wizard 15-8

images. See kickstart images; software images; system images

in-band access

configuring 2-9

IPFC 2-12

in-band management

configuring 2-9, 2-10

CUP 36-37

Ethernet connection 2-17

IPFC 51-5

IPFC connection 2-17

logical interface 2-9

incomAdminRxBBCreditPerBuf tooltip 67-16

incompatibleAdminMode tooltip 67-16

incompatibleAdminRxBBCredit tooltip 67-16

incompatibleAdminRxBufferSize tooltip 67-16

incompatibleadminSpeed tooltip 67-16

indirect link failures

recovering 65-1

initialization string

configuring B-1

initializing tooltip 67-16

initiators

statically mapped iSCSI 50-35

in-order delivery

configuring drop latency time 32-18

enabling for VSANs 32-18

enabling globally 32-18

guidelines 32-17

reordering network frames 32-15

reordering PortChannel frames 32-16

install all command

failure cases 15-7

Intelligent Storage Services

disabling (procedure) 55-6

disabling with force option 55-6

enabling (procedure) 55-3

Fibre Channel write acceleration56-1to 56-3

SCSI flow services55-1to 55-8

SCSI flow statistics55-1to 55-8

interfaceRemoved tooltip 67-16

interfaces

adding to PortChannels 23-17, 23-18

assigning to VSANs 26-8

configuring data field size 20-18

configuring fcalias members 30-21

default settings 20-31

deleting from PortChannels 23-20

forced addition to PortChannels 23-19

isolated states 23-18

nonoperational reason codes C-1

reason codes C-1

SFP types 20-22

suspended states 23-18

VSAN membership 26-7

interface statistics

description 20-22

gathering 20-22

internal bootflash:

Flash devicesFlash devices 16-2

internal loopback tests

description 68-6

performing 68-6

Internet Control Message Protocol. See ICMP

Internet Explorer

Fabric Manager support 2-19

Internet Key Exchange. See IKE

Internet Storage Name Service. See iSNS

interoperability

configuring interop mode 1 37-11

description 37-8

verifying status 37-12

VSANs 26-12

interop modes

configuring mode 1 37-11

default settings 37-13

description 37-9

Inter-VSAN Routing. See IVR

Inter-VSAN Routing zones. See IVR zones

Inter-VSAN Routing zone sets. See IVR zone sets

invalidAttachment tooltip 67-16

invalidConfig tooltip 67-16

invalidFabricBindExh tooltip 67-16

inventories

managing 57-3

viewing details for switches 7-30

viewing details for VSANs 7-29

viewing information 7-28

viewing ISL information 7-34

viewing module details 7-32

viewing zone information 7-36

Inventory tab

description 7-28

IOD. See in-order delivery

IP-ACLs

wizard 5-34

See also IPv4-ACLs; IPv6-ACLs

IP addresses

management interfaces 2-2

IP connections

active mode 48-25

initiating 48-25

passive mode 48-25

IP domain names

configuring for digital certificates 43-6

IPFC

configuration guidelines 51-5

description 51-5

errors caused by configuration 67-8

in-band access 2-12

in-band management 2-17

logging facility 61-2

IP filters

contents 42-2

restricting IP traffic 42-1

using IP-ACL Wizard (procedure) 42-5

IP routing

enabling 2-6, 2-10

IPsec

algorithms for authentication 44-6

configuring with FCIP Wizard (procedure) 48-9

crypto IPv4-ACLs44-21to 44-25

default settings 44-39

description 44-2

digital certificate support44-7to 44-10

enabling with FCIP Wizard (procedure) 44-10

fabric setup requirements 44-4

global lifetime values 44-37

hardware compatibility 44-4

licensing requirements 44-3

maintenance 44-37

prerequisites 44-3

RFC implementations 44-1

terminology 44-5

transform sets 44-25

transforms for encryption 44-6

unsupported features 44-4

viewing configuration (procedure) 44-11

IP security. See IPsec

IPS modules

CDP support 52-10

core dumps B-2

FCIP 48-2

port modes 52-4, 53-1

software upgrades 52-3

supported features 52-1

IPS port mode

description 52-4

IPS ports 50-8

modes 53-1

multiple connections 50-53

SPAN sources 60-3

IP storage services

default parameters 52-10

IP Storage services modules. See IPS modules

IPv4

configuring Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 53-2

default settings 53-6

description 53-1

transitioning to IPv6 54-15

IPv4-ACLs

adding entries 42-7

applying to interfaces 42-10, 42-11

configuration guidelines 42-2

creating complex IPv4-ACLs (procedure) 42-6

creating with IP-ACL Wizard (procedure) 42-5

crypto44-21to 44-25

crypto map entries 44-28

example configuration 42-12

FabricWare support D-2

guidelines for Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 53-6

reading dump logs 42-9

removing entries 42-8

IPv4 addresses

configuring fcalias members 30-21

configuring IPv6 and IPV6 protocol stacks 54-13

IPv6 protocol stacks 54-10

IPv4 default gateways

configuring 2-10, 12-10, 51-3

configuring mgmt0 interfaces 20-29

description 51-3

static routes (tip) 51-4

IPv4 default networks

description 51-4

IPv6

address types 54-3

configuring addressing 54-11

configuring management interfaces 51-3

enabling routing 54-11

IPv6-ACL guidelines 54-14

neighbor discovery 54-7

path MTU discovery 54-7

router advertisement messages 54-9

router discovery 54-9

static routes 54-13

IPv6 addresses

configuring fcalias members 30-2, 30-21

link-local type 54-4

IPv6 neighbor discovery

advertisement messages 54-7

IPv6 routing

IPv6 static routes

IQN

formats 50-8

IQNs

formats 50-8

ISCSI

enforcing access control 50-27

iSCSI

access control50-24to 50-28

add initiator to zone database 50-25

advanced VSAN membershipadvanced VSAN membership 50-24

checking for WWN conflicts 50-19

compatible drivers 50-2

configuring50-1, 50-1to??, 50-4, ??to 50-56

configuring AAA authentication 50-28, 50-29

configuring ACLs 50-26

configuring VRRP 50-54

default parameters 50-75

discovery phase 50-27

drivers 50-2

enabling 50-4

error 50-15

Fabric Manager Client support 5-2

Fibre Channel targets50-7to 50-13

Gigabit Ethernet ports 52-4, 53-1

GW flagiSCSI

gateway device 50-16

HA with host without multi-path software 50-51

initiator idle timeoutinitiator idle timeout

iSCSIinitiator idle timeout

initiator name 50-30

IPS module support 52-2

IQNs 50-14

login redirect 50-37

LUN mapping for targets50-62to ??

MPS-14/2 module support 52-2

multiple IPS ports 50-53

PortChannel-based high availability 50-55

PortChannel-based high availabilityEthernet PortChannel-based high availability 50-55

protocol 50-2

requests and responses 50-3

restrict an initiator to a specific user name for CHAP authentication 50-30

routing 50-2

routing modes chartrouting modes chart for iSCSI 50-34

session creation 50-27

statically mapped initiators 50-35

transparent initiator mode 50-15

transparent mode initiator50-58to ??

users with local authentication 50-30

VSAN membership 50-22

VSAN membership example 50-23

wizard 5-34

iSCSI authentication

configuring 50-28, 50-43

external RADIUS servers 50-57

global override 50-29

local authentication 50-30

mechanisms 50-29

restricting on initiators 50-30

scenarios 50-56

setup guidelines 50-56

iSCSI-based access control 50-26

iSCSI devices

example membership in VSANs 50-23

iscsi-gw 50-20

iSCSI high availability

configuring50-50to 50-56

ISCSI hosts

VSAN membership 50-22

iSCSI hosts

initiator identification 50-14

initiator presentation modes 50-14

initiator presentation modesinitiator presentation modes 50-14

iSCSI initiators

configuring static IP address mapping 50-18

idle timeout 50-16

making dynamic WWN mapping static 50-19

proxy mode 50-20

static mapping 50-17

transparent mode 50-15

WWN assignments 50-17

iSCSI interfaces

configuring50-14, 50-14to ??

configuring listener ports 50-32

configuring listener portsiSCSI

listener port 50-32

configuring QoS 50-32

configuring routing mode50-33to ??

configuring routing modesiSCS

configuring routing modesrouting modes 50-33

configuring TCP tuning parameters 50-32

creating 50-5

creatingiSCSI

creating interfaces 50-5

SPAN sources 60-3

VSAN membership 50-23

iSCSI LUs 50-8

iSCSI protocol 50-1

iSCSI server load balancing 50-35

iSCSI targets

advertising 50-12

dynamic importing 50-8

dynamic mapping 50-8

examples 50-12

secondary access 50-52

static importing 50-10

static importingstatic mappingiSCSI targets

static mapping 50-10

iSLB

activating zones 50-41, 50-42

auto-zoning 50-46

CFS support 13-2

committing configuration changescommitting configuration changes

iSLB 50-48

configuration distribution50-46to ??, 50-47

configuration prerequisites 50-36

configuring 50-35

configuring initiators and targets 50-41

configuring VRRP 50-45

configuring zones 50-41, 50-42

default settings 50-76

distributing configuration using CF 50-46

dynamic initiator mapping 50-40

enabling configuration distribution 50-47

initiator WWN assignment 50-35

load balancing algorithm50-45to ??

static initiator configurationinitiator configuration

static iSLB 50-35

VSAN membership 50-40

zone set activation failed 50-42

iSlb

default settings 50-76

iSLB initiators 50-37

activating zones 50-42

assigning WWNs 50-39

configuring50-39to 50-43

configuring load balancing metrics 50-40

configuring zones 50-42

dynamic initiator mapping 50-40

VSAN membership 50-40

iSLB initiator targets

activating zones 50-42

configuring zones 50-42

description 50-41

iSLB sessions

authentication 50-43

authenticationiSLB

sessions authentication 50-43

maximum per IPS portiSLB

ISLs

graph past 24 hours performance 7-26

performance statistics 8-1

PortChannel links 23-2

statistics 58-3

viewing detailed inventory information 7-34

viewing performance information 7-17

iSMS servers

enabling 50-71

iSNS

CFS support 13-2

client registration 50-72

cloud discovery 50-73

configuring 50-73

configuring servers50-71to 50-73

description 50-67

ESI 50-72

iSNS cloud discovery

automatic 50-75

CFS distribution 50-75

description 50-73

enabling 50-74

initiating on-demand 50-74

iSNS profiles

iSNS servers

configuration distribution 50-71

configuring ESI retry count 50-72

enabling 50-71

example scenario 50-70

isolated VSANs

description 26-8

displaying membership 26-9

IVR

activating topologies 29-16

AF IDs 29-15

auto-topology 29-6

border switch 29-4

border switch, guidelines 29-14

border switch configuration guidelines 29-14

border switches 29-4

configuring (procedure) 29-14

configuring logging levels 29-20

configuring without auto topology 29-13

configuring without IVR NAT 29-13

current VSANs 29-3

database merge guidelines 29-31

default settings 29-34

default zone policy 29-22

description 29-2

domain ID configuration guidelines 29-13

domain ID guidelines 29-13

edge switch 29-4

edge switches 29-4

edge VSANs 29-3

Fabric Manager Client support 5-2

features 29-3

Fibre Channel header modifications 29-4

FICON support B-2

interoperability 29-7

logging 29-20

modifying 29-9

native VSANs 29-3

paths 29-3

persistent FC IDs 29-19

read-only zoning 29-31

SDV limitations 27-9

service groups B-2

sharing resources 29-2

terminology 29-3

transit VSAN configuration guidelines 29-14

transit VSANs 29-3

virtual domains 29-18

VSAN topologies 29-6

wizard 5-34

zone communication 29-22

zones29-3, 29-22to ??

zone sets 29-3

Zone Wizard 29-7

IVR databases

merge guidelines 29-31

IVR logging

configuring levels 29-20

IVR NAT

auto-topology 29-6

border switch, guidelines 29-10

configuration guidelines 29-10

description 29-5

load balancing 29-5

modifying (procedure) 29-11

transit VSANs, guidelines 29-10

IVR persistent FC IDs

configuring 29-19

persistent 29-19

IVR topologies

CFS support 13-2

clearing manual entries 29-17

creating manually 29-15

manually activating 29-16

migrating from automatic mode to user-configured mode 29-17

recovering 29-29

IVR virtual domains

configuring 29-18

description 29-18

IVR zones

activating with force option 29-26

automatic creation 29-22

clearing database 29-31

configuring29-23to ??

configuring LUNs 29-30

configuring QoS attributes 29-30

configuring with IVR Zone Wizard 29-7

description 29-3, 29-21, 29-22

differences with zones (table) 29-22

downgrading considerations 29-31

LUN zoning 29-30

maximum number of members 29-4

maximum number of zones 29-4

recovering the full database 29-28

renaming 29-30

IVR zone sets

configuring29-23to ??

description 29-3, 29-21

downgrading considerations 29-31

maximum number 29-4

renaming 29-30

J

Java

execution failures 67-6

java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException errorArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException error 67-7

Java RMI

ports used 2-41

Java Runtime Environment. See JRE

Java Web Start

checking installation 67-3

clearing the cache 67-6

Fabric Manager support 2-19

hangs on the download dialog 67-5

not detected 67-4

running from command line 67-5

setting up on *.jnlp files 67-5

jitter

configuring estimated maximum in FCIP profiles 48-21

JNLP

verifying settings 67-3

JRE

Fabric Manager requirements 7-4

jumbo frames. See MTUs

K

keepalive timeouts

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-19

kernel core dumps

configuring B-3

kickstart images

description 15-2

KICKSTART variable 15-1

selecting for supervisor modules 15-2

Konqueror

configuring for Java Web Start 67-5

L

latency

forwarding 50-33

LEDs

beacon mode states 20-19

speed 20-19

license key files

description 10-2

installing 10-10

obtaining 10-9

updating 10-9

licenses

backing up files B-1

claim certificate 10-2

description 10-1

displaying information 10-16

enterprise package 10-4

expiry alerts 10-15

extended BB_credits 20-27, 22-23

Fabric Manager 67-24

Fabric Manager Server 10-17

Fabric Manager Server package 10-6

factory-installed 10-9

feature-based 10-3

features supported (table) 10-4

grace period alerts 10-15

grace period expiration 10-15

high availability 10-8

identifying features in use 10-13

installation options 10-8

installing manually 10-9

installing using Device Manager 10-12

installing using License Wizard 10-11

installing with License Wizard 10-11

key files10-9to 10-13

mainframe package 10-6

module-based 10-3

moving between switches B-1

obtaining 10-9

on-demand port activation 11-1

One-Click License Install failed 67-9

PAK 10-2

SAN extension package 10-5

Storage Services Enabler package 10-7

terminology 10-1

transferring between switches 10-16

uninstalling 10-14

unsupported features B-1

updating 10-14

viewing in Device Manager 10-16

viewing in Fabric Manager 10-16

viewing in Fabric Manager Web Services 10-17

viewing switch information 7-31

viewing with Fabric Manager Web Server (procedure) 10-17

wizard 5-34

line cards. See switching modules; services modules

link costs

configuring for FSPF 32-7

description 32-6

linkFailCreditLossB2B tooltip 67-17

linkFailCreditLoss tooltip 67-17

linkFailDebounceTimeout tooltip 67-17

linkFailLineCardPortShutdown tooltip 67-17

linkFailLinkReset tooltip 67-17

linkFailLIPF8Rcvd tooltip 67-17

linkFailLIPRcvdB2B tooltip 67-17

linkFailLossOfSignal tooltip 67-17

linkFailLossOfSync tooltip 67-17

linkFailLRRcvdB2B tooltip 67-17

linkFailNOSRcvd tooltip 67-17

linkFailOLSRcvd tooltip 67-17

linkFailOPNyRETB2B tooltip 67-17

linkFailOPNyTMOB2B tooltip 67-17

linkFailPortInitFail tooltip 67-17

linkFailPortUnusable tooltip 67-17

linkFailRxQOverFlow tooltip 67-17

linkFailTooManyINTR tooltip 67-17

link failures

protection against 17-1

reason codes C-1

recovering 65-1

linkFailure tooltip 67-17

Link Incident Records. See LIRs

link-local addresses

link redundancy

Ethernet PortChannel aggregation 52-9

Linux 2-34

Fabric Manager support 2-19

installing Fabric Manager Web Services 7-4

install scripts 2-34

LIRs

description 36-27

load balancing 50-35, 50-37

attributes 26-11

attributes for VSANs 26-5

configuring 26-11

description 23-4, 26-11

FSPF (example) 48-5

PortChannels 23-2

PortChannels (example) 48-5

weighted 50-40

load metric 50-40

lock the fabric 50-48

log files

configuring 61-6

default names 61-6

description 68-3

sizes 61-6

logging

default settings 61-11

disabling 61-3

enabling 61-3

message severity levels 61-3

logical unit numbers. See LUNs

logins

failure recovery 67-6

SSH 41-4

Telnet 41-4

logs

increasing log window size 67-10

RMON 59-16

viewing information 7-62

viewing using Device Manager 57-4

viewing using Fabric Manager Web Server 57-4

loopbackDiagFailure tooltip 67-17

loopbackIsolation tooltip 67-17

loopback tests

configuring frequency B-3

external 68-6, 68-7

loops

monitoring B-3

LUN 50-8

LUN mapping 50-52

iSCSI50-62to ??

LUNs

explicit access control 50-20

IVR zoning 29-30

mapping and assignment 50-20

LUN zoning

configuring 30-40

description 30-40

LUs 50-8

M

MAC addresses

configuring secondary 37-6, 66-23

mainframe package licenses

description 10-6

mainframes

FICON parameters 36-22

VSAN clock 36-22

management

role-based 5-34

management access

configuring in-band2-9to 2-12

configuring out-of-band2-4to 2-9

description 2-12

in-band 2-3

out-of-band 2-3

management interfaces

configuring 20-29, 51-3

configuring for IPv6 51-3

default settings 20-31

features 20-29

IP addresses 2-2

See also mgmt0 interfaces

management protocols

supported (table) 2-15

map preferences

Automatically Save Layout default 5-32

Detach Overview Window default 5-32

Display End Device Labels default 5-31

Display End Devices default 5-31

Display Unselected VSAN Members default 5-31

Expand Loops default 5-31

Expand Multiple Links default 5-31

Layout New Devices Automatically default 5-31

Open New Device Manager Each Time default 5-31

Override Preferences for Non-default Layout default 5-31

Select Switch or Link from Table default 5-31

Use Quick Layout when Switch has >=30 End Devices default 5-31

maps

black squares 67-14

brown squares 67-14

clearing license orange X 67-24

clearing topologies 67-21

color definitions 67-13

default preferences 5-31

freezing the layout look 67-13

green squares with mode 67-14

grouping end devices 5-32

highlighting 5-26

icon descriptions 5-24

light gray squares 67-14

module warnings 67-13

no squares 67-14

orange crosses 67-14

orange squares with mode 67-14

purging down elements 5-27

red crosses 67-14

red line through switches 67-13

red squares 67-14

refreshing 5-27

saving 5-26

shows two switches when only one 67-13

tab descriptions 5-25

upgrade software without losing map settings 67-19

viewing large 5-26

Visio diagrams 5-27

maps module failuresmaps

fan failuresmaps

power supply failures 67-13

maximum retransmissions

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-19

McAfee Internet Suite 6.0 Professional

Device Manager installation failures 67-7

Fabric Manager installation failures 67-7

McData

native interop mode 37-9

MD5 authentication

IKE 44-7

IPsec 44-6

VRRP 51-12

merged fabrics

autoreconfigured 25-7

selecting severity level 7-50

mgmt0

out-of-band management 2-17

mgmt0 interfaces

configuring 12-10, 20-29

configuring out-of-band access 2-6

default settings 20-31

features 20-29

local IPv4 routing 51-5

out-of-band access 2-12

Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol. See MSCHAP

minimum retransmit timeouts

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-19

modems

configuring settings B-1

module configurations

preserving B-2

purging B-2

saving to NVRAM 19-7

modules

configuring message logging 61-5

connecting to B-2

displaying temperatures 18-11

preserving the configuration 19-7

replacing 15-17

resetting 19-5

state descriptions 19-4

temperature monitoring 18-11

verifying status 12-2, 19-3

module tests

configuring B-3

monitoring traffic

SPAN 60-6

Mozilla

configuring for Java Web Start 67-5

MPS-14/2 modules 50-1, 50-2, 50-3, 50-5, 50-20, 50-27

CDP support 52-10

configuring extended BB_credits 20-27

FCIP 48-2

port modes 52-4, 53-1

software upgrades 52-3

supported features 52-1

MSCHAP

description 41-25

MTU frame sizes

configuring Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 52-5

MTUs

configuring frame sizes 53-3

configuring size

multicast addresses

multicast root switches

configuring 32-14

description 32-14

multi-path software example 50-51

multiple fabrics 57-3

managing 67-24

multiple VSANs

configuring 51-7

Multiprotocol Services modules. See MPS-14/2 modules

mutual CHAP authentication

configuring for iSCSI 50-30

configuring for iSLB 50-43

configuring for iSLBI 50-43

N

name servers

displaying database entries 34-3

interoperability 37-10

LUN information 35-1

proxy feature 34-2

registering proxies 34-2

rejecting duplicate pWWNs 34-3

NAT. See IVR NAT

native VSANs

description 29-3

Network Address Translation. See IVR NAT

network administrator roles

FabricWare D-2

network administrators

additional roles 41-3

permissions 41-3

network monitoring

device discovery 57-1

mapping topologies 57-2

network operator roles

FabricWare D-2

network operators

permissions 41-3

Network Time Protocol. See NTP

NICs

manually specifying for Device Manager 67-21

manually specifying for Fabric Manager Client 67-21

manually specifying for Fabric Manager Server 67-20

NL ports

hard zoning 30-26

interface modes 20-7

zone enforcement 30-26

node world wide names. See nWWNs

nondisruptive upgrades

methods 15-5

None authentication 50-28

nonparticipating codes

description 20-10

nonParticipating tooltip 67-17

nonvolatile storage

bootflash: 16-2

notifications

adding forwards 7-49

conditions for sending 7-59

removing forwards 7-50

NPIV

configuring B-2

NP links 21-3

N-Port identifier virtualization. See NPIV

N ports

hard zoning 30-26

zone enforcement 30-26

zone membership 30-2

See also Nx ports

NL ports

See also Nx ports

NP-ports 21-3

NPV

wizard 5-34

NPV, configuring 21-7

NPV mode 21-3

ntop freeware

batch files 9-5

modifying launch scripts 9-5

NTP

CFS support 13-2

configuration guidelines 12-5

configuring12-4to 12-10

configuring CFS distribution 12-8

configuring with CFS 12-8

logging facility 61-2

time-stamp option 48-25

NTP peers

deleting 12-7

editing 12-6

NTP servers

configuring 2-7

deleting 12-7

editing 12-6

nWWNs

DPVM 28-1

Nx ports

FCS support 63-1

See also N ports; NL ports

O

offline tooltip 67-17

OHMS

configuring B-3

description 68-6

ohmsExtLBTest tooltip 67-17

On-Demand Port activation license

acquiring for ports 11-6

checking status of licenses 11-4

configuring11-4to ??

description 11-1

making ports eligible 11-5

port licensing 11-2

port naming conventions 11-2

Online Certificate Status Protocol. See OCSP

Online Health Management System. See OHMS

Opera

configuring for Java Web Start 67-5

operational states

configuring on Fibre Channel interfaces 20-12

description 20-8

OSCP

support 43-5

other tooltip 67-17

out-of-band access

mgmt0 interfaces 2-12

out-of-band management

configuring 2-4, 2-10

Ethernet connection 2-17

out-of-service interfaces

description 22-10

overlay VSANs

configuring 51-6

description 51-6

oversubscription

diagnosing with Device Manager 66-14

disabling restrictions 22-35

enabling restrictions 22-37

Generation 2 switching modules 22-34

ratios 22-34

P

PAA

description 66-2

troubleshooting tools 66-2

PAA-2s

Cisco Traffic Analyzer 9-3

description 9-2

PAAs

compared with PAA-2s 9-3

packets

discarding in FCIP 48-25

parentDown tooltip 67-18

passwords

administrator 2-2

assigning using Fabric Manager 5-34

DHCHAP 45-7, 45-8

recovering 7-45

setting administrator default 2-9

path MTUs. See PMTUs

pcAnyWhere

replacing with DirectX 67-6

stopping 67-6

PDU 50-33

peerFCIPPortClosedConnection tooltip 67-18

peerFCIPPortResetConnection tooltip 67-18

performance

configuring collections 7-56

customizing reports 7-37

custom monitoring 7-26

data 8-3

event triggers 8-2

graphs 58-6

historical monitoring 58-4

host-optimized port groups 58-6

ISL statistics (procedure) 58-3

monitoring 8-1

monitoring in Device Manager (procedure) 58-1

per-port monitoring (procedure) 58-2

real-time monitoring 58-1

summary reports 58-6

tables 58-6

using thresholds 8-2, 58-4

viewing future predictions 7-25

viewing summaries 7-14

performance buffers

configuring 20-27

description 20-26

performance collections

adding 7-56

configuring thresholds 7-59

removing 7-57

Performance Manager

architecture 8-1

authentication 4-4

configuring data collection 8-3

configuring flows 8-3

configuring with Traffic Analyzer 58-9

creating collections 58-4

creating flows 58-4

data collection 8-2

data interpolation 8-2

description 2-15

shows as disabled service 67-6

thresholds 58-4

using thresholds 8-2

verifying collections 3-3

viewing reports 58-5

wizard for configuring 58-5

Performance Manager reports

exporting as CSV 58-8

exporting as XML 58-7

generating top 10 58-7

viewing events 58-6

viewing graphs 58-6

viewing host-optimized port group performance 58-6

viewing summary reports 58-6

viewing tables 58-6

Performance tab

description 7-13

persistent domain ID

FICON VSANs 47-3

persistent FC IDs

configuring 25-17

description 25-17, 29-19

enabling 25-17

purging 25-21

Ping Tool

troubleshooting tools 66-7

PKI

enrollment support 43-4

PLOGI

name server 34-3

PMTUs

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-20

polling periods

changing 3-7

port addresses

FICON 36-11

Port Analyzer Adapters. See PAAs

Port Analyzer Adapters 2. See PAA-2s

portBindFailure tooltip 67-18

portBlocked tooltip 67-18

PortChannel

interfaces 50-12

subinterfaces 50-12

portChannelMembersDown tooltip 67-18

PortChannel modes

description 23-6

PortChannel Protocol

autocreation 23-22

configuring autocreation 23-23

converting autocreated groups to manually configured 23-23

creating channel group 23-21

description 23-20

enabling autocreation 23-23

PortChannels

adding interfaces 23-17, 23-18

administratively down 20-10

comparison with trunking 23-3

compatibility checks 23-17

compatibility with DHCHAP 45-3

configuration guidelines 23-10

configuring23-9to ??

configuring for FCIP high availability 48-5

configuring using Device Manager 6-7

creating 23-16

creation dialog box too small 67-8

default settings 23-25

deleting 23-16

deleting interfaces 23-20

description 23-1

down states C-2

examples 23-2

FICON support 36-5

forcing interface additions 23-19

Generation 2 switching module interfaces 22-26

high availability 17-1

incompatible modes C-2

incompatible remote switch C-2

incompatible speeds C-2

in-order guarantee 32-16

interface states 23-18

interoperability 37-10

IQN formats 50-8

link changes 32-16

link failures 32-3

load balancing 23-4

load balancing (example) 48-5

logging facility 61-2

member combinations 52-9

misconfiguration error detection 23-11

redundancy 48-7

reserving ports for FICON 36-13

SPAN sources 60-3

verifying configurations 23-24

wizard 5-34

portFabricBindFailure tooltip 67-18

portGracefulShutdown tooltip 67-18

port groups

assigning extended BB_credits 20-27

description 22-3

Generation 2 Fibre Channel switching modules 22-3

Generation 3 Fibre Channel switching modules 22-7

host-optimized performance 58-6

port indexes

description 22-24

port modes

auto 20-7

description20-3to 20-7

IPS 52-4, 53-1

port rate limiting

configuring 64-11

default 64-12

description 64-11

hardware restrictions 64-11

port rate modes

configuring 22-33

dedicated 22-6

description 22-4

oversubscribed 22-7

shared 22-7

See also rate modes

ports

aggregation 17-1

disabling using Device Manager 6-7

enabling using Device Manager 6-7

on-demand port activation licensing 11-1

virtual E 48-2

VSAN membership 26-7

Port Security

wizard 5-34

port security

activating 46-9

activation 46-3

activation rejection 46-10

auto-learning 46-2

CFS support 13-2

cleaning up databases 46-23

compatibility with DHCHAP 45-3

configuration guidelines 46-3

configuring CFS distribution46-17to 46-20

deactivating 46-9

default settings 46-23

deleting entries from database (procedure) 46-17

disabling 46-8

displaying settings (procedure) 46-12

displaying statistics (procedure) 46-12

enabling 46-8

enforcement mechanisms 46-2

fabric binding comparison 47-1

forcing activation 46-10

license requirement 46-2

manual configuration guidelines 46-4

preventing unauthorized accesses 46-1

unauthorized accesses prevented 46-1

WWN identification 46-16

port security auto-learning

description 46-2

device authorization 46-14

disabling 46-13

distributing configuration 46-19

enabling 46-13

guidelines for configuring with CFS 46-3

guidelines for configuring without CFS 46-4

port security databases

cleaning up 46-23

copying 46-22

copying active to config (procedure) 46-11

deleting 46-22

interactions 46-20

manual configuration guidelines 46-4

merge guidelines 46-20

reactivating 46-11

scenarios 46-21

port speeds

configuring 20-12

configuring on Generation 2 switching module interfaces 22-32

port swapping. See FICON port swapping

port tracking

default settings 65-6

description 65-1

enabling 65-3

guidelines 65-2

monitoring ports in a VSAN 65-6

multiple ports 65-5

shutting down ports forcefully 65-6

portVsanMismatchIsolation tooltip 67-18

port world wide names. See pWWNs

power cycling

modules 19-6

powering off

switching modules 19-8

power supplies

configuration guidelines18-5to 18-7

configuring modes 18-4

configuring power attributes 18-5

default state 18-13

displaying configuration 18-5

power usage

displaying 18-3

preferences

Confirm Deletion default 5-31

default 5-30

Device Manager 6-8

Export Tables with Format default 5-31

Fabric Manager Clients 5-30

Show CFS Warnings default 5-31

Show Device Name by default 5-30

Show End Device Using default 5-30

Show Shortened iSCSI Names default 5-30

Show Timestamps as Date/Time default 5-30

Show WorldWideName (WWN) Vendor default 5-30

Telnet Path default 5-30

Use Secure Shell instead of Telnet default 5-31

preshared keys

RADIUS 41-8

TACACS+ 41-15

principal switches

assigning domain ID 25-10

processes

nondisruptive restarts 17-1

restartability 17-3

product IDs

displaying 18-1

promiscuous mode

configuring Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 52-6, 53-4

protocol 50-1

Protocol Analyzer

description 66-2

troubleshooting tools 66-2

using for troubleshooting 66-3

protocols

analyzing 66-17

VRRP 50-8

proxies

registering for name servers 34-2

proxy initiator

configuringiSCSI

configuring proxy initiator 50-21

proxy initiator mode 50-14, 50-25

configuring 50-20

zoning 50-22

proxy initiator modeiSCSI

proxy initiator mode 50-20

Public Key Infrastructure. See PKI

pWWNs

configuring fcalias members 30-21

DPVM 28-1

rejecting duplicates 34-3

zone membership 30-2

Q

QoS

class maps 64-6

comparison with VSANs 64-5

control traffic support 64-3

creating class maps 64-7

data traffic support64-4to 64-10

default settings 64-12

description 64-1

DSCP value 48-28

DWRR queues 64-8

enabling control traffic 64-3

example data traffic configuration 64-10

logging facilities 61-2

port rate limiting 64-11

service policies 64-8

wizard 5-34

QoS values

configuring 50-32

R

R_A_TOV

default setting 66-25

modifying 66-15

AAA authentication 50-28, 50-43

AAA protocols 41-1

CFS merge guidelines 41-24

CFS support 13-2

clearing configuration distribution sessions 41-24

configuring an iSCSI RADIUS serveriSCSI

configuring Cisco ACS41-26to 41-30

configuring test idle timer 41-11

configuring test user name 41-11

default settings 41-31

description 41-7

discarding configuration distribution changes 41-23

enabling configuration distribution 41-22

FabricWare support D-2

setting preshared keys 41-8

specifying server at user login 41-12

specifying time-out 41-9

starting a distribution session 41-22

rate limiting

default settings 64-12

rate modes

configuring on Generation 2 switching module interfaces 22-33

See also port rate modes

rcfInProgres tooltip 67-18

RCFs

description 25-3

incoming 25-6

rejecting incoming 25-7

read-only zones

configuration guidelines 30-41

configuring 30-42

default settings 30-48

description 30-41

reason codes

description 20-8

description (table) C-1

receive buffer groups. See buffer groups

receive data field sizes

configuring 20-18

reconfigure fabric frames. See RCFs

recovering passwords 39-20

recovery

from powered-down state 22-25

passwords 7-45

Red Hat Linux

Fabric Manager Server 3-1

redundancy

Ethernet PortChannels 48-6, 48-7

Fibre Channel PortChannels 48-7

VRRP 48-6

VSANs 26-4

redundancy states

value descriptions 17-4

redundant physical links

example (figure) 32-3

Registered Link Incident Reports. See RLIRs

Registered State Change Notifications. See RSCNs

reloading

switches 19-6

remote AAA server

delayed authentication 4-2

Remote Capture Protocol. See RPCAP

remote file systems

accessing B-2

remote SPAN

configuring B-2

Resource Allocation Time Out Value. See R_A_TOV

Resource Manager Essentials. See RME

resources

management 2-17

retransmitting intervals

configuring for FSPF 32-9

description 32-8

RLIRs

description 36-27

displaying information (procedure) 36-27

RME

support 1-6

RMON

alarms 59-1

configuring using Threshold Manager 59-1

default settings 59-16

defining an event (procedure) 59-14

description 59-1

enabling alarms 59-2

enabling alarms (procedure) 59-9, 59-13

events 59-1

setting alarms (procedure) 59-3, 59-4, 59-6

viewing alarms (procedure) 59-15

viewing logs (procedure) 59-16

role-based management

controlling access 5-34

roles

adding web services roles 7-54

CFS support 13-2

default permissions 41-3

deleting (procedure) 39-3

privileges 5-34

removing web services roles 7-55

user profiles 41-3

round-trip response time

monitoring 9-3

route costs

computing 32-6

router discovery

routing

multicast 32-14

See also broadcast routing

See also IP routing

RPCAP

Ethereal communication 66-18

RRD

configuring database 7-60

rsa1 key pairs

generating 39-16

RSA key-pairs

deleting 43-16

description 43-2

exporting 43-5, 43-14

generating 43-6

importing 43-5, 43-14

multiple 43-4

rsa key pairs

generating 39-16

RSCNs 50-16

clearing statistics 34-7

default settings 34-8

description 34-5

displaying information 34-5

logging facility 61-2

multiple port IDs 34-6

RSCN timers

CFS support 13-2

RSPAN

configuring B-2

running configuration files

saving to startup configuration file 16-8

runtime checks

static routes 32-12

S

SACKs

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-20

SAN extension package licenses

description 10-5

SAN extension tuner

configuring 49-2, B-2

data patterns 49-3

default settings 49-7

description 49-1

license requirements 49-3

tuning guidelines 49-2

SAN operating system. See Cisco MDS SAN-OS

SAs

establishing between IPsec peers 44-28

lifetime negotiations 44-30

refreshing 44-20

setting lifetime 44-31

scalability

VSANs 26-4

schedulers. See command schedulers

SCP

support 2-16

scripts

FMServer.sh 2-34

SCSI

displaying LUN discovery results 35-3

monitoring frame counts 9-3

monitoring I/Os per second 9-3

monitoring read throughput 9-3

monitoring traffic throughput 9-3

routing requests 50-2

traffic reports 66-3

SCSI flow configuration clients

description 55-3

SCSI flow data path support

description 55-3

SCSI flow managers

description 55-2

SCSI flow services

CFS support 13-2

configuring55-3to??, 55-3to 55-6

configuring (procedure) 55-4

default settings 55-8

description 55-1

functional architecture (figure) 55-2

SCSI flow configuration clients 55-3

SCSI flow data path support 55-3

SCSI flow managers 55-2

SCSI flow statistics

clearing (procedure) 55-8

default settings 55-8

description 55-6

enabling 55-7

SCSI LUNs

customized discovery 35-2

discovering targets 35-1

displaying information 35-3

starting discoveries 35-2

SCSI sessions

monitoring status 9-3

SCSI traffic

analysis 66-2

analyzing at LUN level 66-2

SD port mode

description 20-6

interface modes 20-6

SD ports

bidirectional traffic 60-12

characteristics 60-5

Cisco Traffic Analyzer 9-4

configuring 20-12

configuring for SPAN monitoring 60-6

monitoring bidirectional traffic 60-12

SDV

IVR limitations 27-9

secondary MAC addresses

configuring 37-6

Secure Hash Algorithm. See SHA-1

Secure Shell Protocol

See SSH

Secure Shell Protocol. See SSH

security

accounting 41-3

managing on the switch 41-1

security associations. See SAs

security control

local 41-2

remote 41-2, 41-14

remote AAA servers 41-7

security parameter index. See SPI

selective acknowledgments. See SACKs

sensors

temperature monitoring 18-11

serial console ports

accessing switches 2-12

serial IDs

description 62-34

serial numbers

displaying 18-1, 18-3

server groups

configuring 41-20

service policies

defining 64-8

enforcement 64-8

services

restarting 7-45

starting 7-45

stopping 7-45

services modules

description 19-3

managing 19-1

power cycling 19-6

replacing 15-17

resetting 19-5

state descriptions 19-4

verifying status 19-3

setup command

using 2-12

SFPs

displaying transmitter types 20-22

not present reason codes C-1

transmitter types 20-21

SFTP

support 2-16

SHA-1

IKE 44-7

IPsec 44-6

shared rate mode

description 22-7

migrating from dedicated rate mode 22-29, 22-30

migrating to dedicated rate mode 22-29, 22-30

oversubscription 22-34

shell scripts

$HOME/.cisco_mds9000/bin directory 67-4

DeviceManager.sh 67-4

FabricManager.sh 67-4

for uninstalling Fabric Manager 2-44

shortcuts

not visible on desktops 67-4

site IDs

description 62-33

small computer system interface. See SCSI

SMTP

assigning contact names 62-7

server address 62-14

SNMP

access control 40-2

access groups 40-3

assigning contact 40-2

assigning location 40-2

configuring notification target users 40-11

creating users 40-4

default settings 40-12

enabling access 2-7

enabling SNMP notifications 40-9

encryption-based privacy 40-4

FICON control 36-22

group-based access 40-3

modifying users 40-4

port used 2-41

proxy services 2-14

security features 41-2

server contact name 62-5

user synchronization with CLI 40-3

versions supported 40-1

See also SNMPv1; SNMPv2c; SNMPv3

SNMP_TRAP

port used 2-41

SNMP community strings

configuring 2-10

SNMP manager

FCS 63-2

SNMP preferences

Enable Audible Alert when Event Received default 5-31

Retry request 1 time(s) after 5 sec timeout default 5-31

Trace SNMP packets in Log default 5-31

SNMPv1

community strings 40-2

description 40-2

FabricWare support D-2

support 2-16

See also SNMP

SNMPv2

community strings 40-2

FabricWare support D-2

SNMPv2c

configuring notifications 40-8

description 40-2

support 2-16

See also SNMP

SNMPv3

assigning multiple roles 40-6

CLI user managementSNMPv3

sdescription 40-2

enforcing message encryption 40-5

restricting switch access 40-3

security features 40-2

specifying cisco-av-pair 41-13

support 2-16

See also SNMP 40-2

software configuration

overview1-6to 1-8

software images

default settings 15-17

selecting for supervisor modules 15-2

space requirements 15-4

synchronizing 17-4

upgrade prerequisites15-3to 15-5

upgrading SAN-OS images 15-1

variables 15-1

software installation

Software Installation Wizard 15-8

software upgrades

disruptive 15-5

mechanisms 15-5

nondisruptive 17-1

Software Installation Wizard 15-8

soft zoning

description 30-26

See also zoning

Solaris 2-34

Fabric Manager Server 3-1

installing Fabric Manager Web Services 7-4

install scripts 2-34

source IDs

Call Home event format 62-34

exchange based 23-5

flow based 23-4

in-order delivery 32-15

path selection 26-11

SPAN

configuration guidelines 60-6

configuring60-6to 60-10

configuring Fibre Channel analyzers 60-11

configuring on switch ports 9-4

conversion behavior 60-9

default settings 60-13

description 60-1

egress sources 60-2

Fibre Channel analyzers 60-10

filters 60-5

monitoring traffic 9-1, 60-1

SD ports 60-5

sessions 60-5

sources 60-4

sources for monitoring 60-2

VSAN sources 60-4

SPAN destination port mode. See SD port mode

SPAN filters

description 60-5

guidelines 60-5

SPAN ports

viewing detailed traffic information 7-24

SPAN sessions

deleting using Device Manager 60-9

description 60-5

VSAN filters 60-5

SPAN sources

editing with Device Manager 60-8

egress 60-2

ingress 60-2

interface types 60-3

IPS ports 60-3

VSANs configuration guidelines 60-4

SPAN traffic

real-time analysis 66-2

SPAN tunnel port mode. See ST port mode

special frames

enabling for FCIP 48-24

SPF

computational hold times 32-4

SPI

configuring virtual routers 51-12

srcPortNotBound tooltip 67-18

SSH

default service 39-18

enabling 2-7, 2-10

FabricWare support D-2

host key pair 39-16

logins 41-4

port used 2-41

support 2-16

SSH key pair

overwriting 39-18

SSH sessions

message logging 61-3

SSI boot images

configuring B-2

SSL certificates

using with Fabric Manager Web Services 7-5

SSMs

default settings 19-13

disabling Intelligent Storage Services (procedure) 55-6

enabling Intelligent Storage Services (procedure) 55-3

Fibre Channel write acceleration56-1to 56-3

managing 19-13, B-2

provisioning Intelligent Storage Services (procedure) 55-3

replacing considerations 19-13

SCSI flow services55-1to 55-8

SCSI flow statistics55-1to 55-8

standby supervisor modules

boot alert 15-16

boot variable version 15-15

copying image to B-2

managing bootflash: 15-16

monitoring 17-2

synchronizing 17-4

startup configuration files

saving running configuration file 16-8

unlocking B-2

statically imported iSCSI targets 50-52

static iSLB initiator

converting 50-40

static mapped iSCSI targetiSCSI

static mapped target 50-27

static mapping 50-39

static routes

configuring 2-6

runtime checks 32-12

static WWN mapping 50-25

statistics

SCSI I/O 9-3

supervisor modules 19-4

storage devices

access control 30-1

performance statistics 8-1

permanent 16-2

temporary 16-2

Storage Services Enabler package licenses

description 10-7

storage traffic

viewing performance information 7-22

ST port mode

description 20-6

interface modes 20-6

limitations 20-6

ST ports

interface modes 20-6

subnet masks

configuring mgmt0 interfaces 20-29

configuring switches 2-2

default setting 19-13

initial configuration 2-6, 2-10

subnets

requirements 52-6, 53-5

summary reports

description 7-1

Sun JRE

Fabric Manager support 2-19

Supervisor-1 modules

migrating from Supervisor-2 modules (note) 15-15

selecting software images 15-2

Supervisor-2 modules

description 1-2

Generation 1 chassis 15-16

migrating from Supervisor-1 modules15-15to ??

select software images 15-2

USB ports 1-2

supervisor modules

active state 19-5

capturing local traffic 66-18

default settings 19-13

description 1-2, 19-1

high availability 17-1

managing standby bootflash: 15-16

manual switchovers 17-2

migrating to Supervisor-2 modules15-15to ??

redundancy 17-1

replacing 15-15, 15-17

replacing considerations 19-13

resetting 19-5

standby boot alert 15-16

standby state 17-4, 19-5

standby supervisor boot variable version 15-15

state descriptions 17-4, 19-4

statistics 19-4

switchover mechanisms 17-2

switchovers after failures 17-1

synchronizing 17-3

upgrading a dual supervisor switch B-1

verifying status 19-3

viewing using Device Manager 6-7

See also Supervisor 1 modules; Supervisor 2 modules

suspendedByMode tooltip 67-18

suspendedBySpeed tooltip 67-18

suspendedByWWN tooltip 67-18

swFailure tooltip 67-18

Switched Port Analyzer. See SPAN

switches

accessing 2-12

comparing configurations 66-4

displaying power usage 18-3

displaying serial numbers 18-3

initial setup 2-2

internal states 17-4

reloading 19-6

starting 2-1

starting up B-1

status of device health 66-3

upgrading with dual supervisors B-1

viewing license information 7-31

switching modules

description 19-3

managing 19-1

power cycling 19-6

powering off 19-8

preserving configuration 19-8

replacing 15-17

resetting 19-5

state descriptions 19-4

verifying status 19-3

viewing using Device Manager 6-7

switch management

architecture 2-16

in-band 2-17, 51-5

out-of-band 2-17

switch names

assigning 12-1

switchover mechanism

warm state 19-5

switchovers

characteristics 17-2

guidelines 17-3

initiating manually 17-2

supervisor modules 17-1

VRRP 48-6

switch port interfaces

configuring default 2-11

switch ports

configuring attribute default values 20-21

configuring trunk modes 2-11

switch priorities

configuring 25-5

default 25-5

description 25-5

switch security

default settings 39-24, 41-30

sWWNs

configuring for fabric binding 47-3

syslog

CFS support 13-2

port used 2-41

viewing information 7-11

viewing registration information 7-48

viewing with Events tab 7-9

syslog servers

verifying using Fabric Manager Web Services 61-10

system health

default settings 68-7

initiating B-3

system images

description 15-2

selecting for supervisor modules 15-2

SYSTEM variable 15-1

system messages

configuring log files 61-6

configuring logging 61-3

configuring logging servers 61-7

default settings 61-11

monitoring 61-1

severity levels 61-3

viewing 7-11

viewing from Device Manager 61-11

viewing from Fabric Manager Web Server 61-11

viewing using Device Manager 57-4

viewing using Fabric Manager Web Server 57-4

viewing with Events tab 7-9

system processes

displaying 68-1

T

tables

filtering 7-3

navigating 7-3

searching for information 7-3

TACACS+

AAA authentication 50-43

AAA protocols 41-1

CFS merge guidelines 41-24

CFS support 13-2

clearing configuration distribution sessions 41-24

configuring Cisco ACS41-26to 41-30

default settings 41-31

description 41-14

discarding configuration distribution changes 41-23

displaying server statistics 41-18

enabling configuration distribution 41-22

global keys 41-15

setting default server encryption 41-15

setting default server timeout 41-15

setting preshared key 41-15

specifying server at login 41-18

starting a distribution session 41-22

validating 41-17

tape acceleration

FICON36-33to 36-37

target discovery 50-72

TCP connections

FCIP profiles 48-4

specifying number 48-25

TCP parameters

configuring in FCIP profiles48-19to ??

TCP ports

IPv4-ACLs 42-3

TCP tuning parameters 50-32

Telnet

default service 39-15

enabling 2-7, 2-10

logins 41-4

port used 2-41

support 2-16

Telnet server connections

description 12-11

disabling 12-11

Telnet sessions

message logging 61-3

temperatures

displaying 18-11

major thresholds 18-11

minor thresholds 18-11

monitoring hardware 18-11

templates

creating for custom reports 7-37

modifying custom report templates 7-41

TE port mode

classes of service 20-6

description 20-6

TE ports

fabric binding checking 47-2

FCS support 63-1, 63-2

FSPF topologies 32-2

interoperability 37-10

recovering from link isolations 30-28

SPAN sources 60-3

trunking restrictions 24-3

terminals

configuring settings B-1

TF port mode

classes of service 20-6

description 20-6

TFTP

port used 2-41

support 2-16

Threshold Manager

configuring RMON 59-1

thresholds

baselines for performance 8-2

time

configuring 12-3

time delays

setting B-2

timeouts

configuring with Fabric Manager 66-15

time out values. See TOVs

timers

configuring 66-15

timer values

modifying 66-14

timestamps

FICON host control 36-22

time zones

configuring 12-3

TL port mode

classes of service 20-5

description 20-5

TL ports

ALPA caches 20-25

configuring 20-12, 20-24

description 20-23

FCS 63-1, 63-2

FCS support 63-1, 63-2

logging facility 61-2

SPAN sources 60-3

tools

software configuration 1-5

tooManyInvalidFLOGIs tooltip 67-18

topologies

clearing maps 67-21

mapping 57-2

topology map

mapping multiple fabrics 57-3

topology maps

custom 57-2

description 57-2

enclosures 57-3

saving custom layouts (procedure) 57-2

tovMismatch tooltip 67-18

TOVs

configuring across all VSANs 37-2

configuring for a VSAN 37-3

default settings 37-13, 66-25

interoperability 37-9

ranges 37-2, 66-14

traceroute

description 66-7

troubleshooting connectivity 66-7

tracked ports

binding operationally 65-3

traffic

local captures 66-19

managing using Cisco Traffic Analyzer 9-2

monitoring using Cisco Traffic Analyzer 9-2

remote captures 66-18, 66-19

text-based captures 66-18

viewing captured frames 66-20

Traffic Analyzer. See Cisco Traffic Analyzer

traffic isolation

VSANs 26-4

transform sets

description 44-25

transient failure 50-16

transit VSANs

configuration guidelines 29-10

description 29-3, 29-16

IVR configuration guidelines 29-14

translative loop port mode. See TL port mode

transparent initiator mode 50-14

transparent initiator modeiSCSI

transparent initiator mode 50-20

traps

viewing registration information 7-48

Triple DES. See 3DEC encryption

troubleshooting

analyzing switch health 66-3

analyzing zone merges 66-8

CTC 48-17

Fabric Manager tools 5-35

locating other switches 66-13

monitoring oversubscription 66-14

show tech command 66-9

testing end-to-end connectivity 66-5

tools 66-1

using Fabric Configuration tool (procedure) 66-4

using Ping Tool 66-7

using traceroute (procedure) 66-7

with Cisco Traffic Analyzer 66-2

with Protocol Analyzer 66-3

troubleshooting reports

Cisco Traffic Analyzer 66-2

trunk-allowed VSAN lists

description24-9to 24-11

trunking

comparison with PortChannels 23-3

configuration guidelines 24-4

configuring modes 24-7

configuring using Device Manager 6-7

default settings 24-11

description 24-1

interoperability 37-9

link state 24-7

merging traffic 24-4

restrictions 24-3

trunking E port mode. See TE port mode

trunking F port mode. See TF port mode

trunking mode

FCIP interface 48-4

trunking ports

associated with VSANs 26-8

trunking protocol

default settings 24-11, 24-12

default state 24-6

description 24-6

detecting port isolation 24-4

disabling 24-7

enabling 24-7

trunk mode

configuring 24-7, 24-8

default settings 24-11

status 24-7

trunkNotFullyActive tooltip 67-18

trust points

creating 43-8

description 43-2

multiple 43-3

saving configuration across reboots 43-14

U

UDP ports

IPv4-ACLs 42-3

UDP traffic

blocking 2-14

unique area FC IDs

configuring 25-19

description 25-19

UNIX

install scripts 2-34

launching Fabric Manager Web Services 7-7

UNIX issues

parent menus disappear 67-12

too many open files error 67-12

web browser cannot find web server 67-12

upgradeInProgress tooltip 67-18

upgrades. See disruptive upgrades; nondisruptive upgrades; software upgrades

upgrading

switches B-1

user accounts

creating additional at setup 2-5

User-based roles

FabricWare support D-2

user IDs

authentication 41-3

user profiles

role information 41-3

users

adding 7-53

CFS support 13-2

default 2-3

deleting (procedure) 39-15

removing 7-54

SNMP support 40-4

V

vendor-specific attributes. See VSAs

VE ports

description 48-2

FCIP 48-2

virtual E ports. See VE ports

virtual Fibre Channel host 50-3

virtual ISLs

description 48-2

Virtual LANs. See VLANs

virtual LANs. See VLANs

virtual router IDs. See VR IDs

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol. See VRRP

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocolprotocols

Virtual Router Redundancy 50-35

virtual routers

adding 51-10

adding primary IP addresses 51-11

authentication 51-12

default settings 51-13

deleting 51-10

initiating 51-11

setting priorities 51-11

virtual SANs. See VSANs

Visio diagrams

saving maps as 5-27

VLANs

configuring on Gigabit Ethernet subinterfaces 53-5

description 52-6, 53-4

volatile:

description 16-2

VR IDs

description 51-9

mapping 51-9

VRRP 50-35

algorithm for selecting Gigabit Ethernet interfaces50-45to ??

backup switches 51-9

configuring advertisement time intervals 51-11

configuring for Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 52-9

configuring for iSLB 50-45

configuring virtual routers 51-10

default settings 51-13

description 51-9, 52-8

group members 52-8

initiating virtual routers 51-11

IQN formats 50-8

iSCSI parameter change impact 50-45

iSLB50-43to ??

logging facility 61-2

master switches 51-9

MD5 authentication 51-12

primary IP address 51-11

priority preemption 51-11

security authentication 51-12

setting priorities 51-11

setting priority 51-11

simple text authentication 51-12

VRRP group 50-23

VRRP-I f iSCSI login redirect 50-37

VSAN IDs

allowed list 24-11

description 26-5

multiplexing traffic 20-6

range 26-4

VSAN membership 26-4

vsanInactive tooltip 67-18

VSAN interfaces

configuring 20-30

creating 20-30

description 20-30

VSAN membership

iSCSI hosts 50-22

iSCSI hostsiSCSI

VSAN membership for hosts 50-22

iSCSI interfaces 50-23

vsanMismatchIsolation tooltip 67-18

VSANs

advantages 26-3

allowed-active 24-4

allowed list 60-4

broadcast addresses 32-14

clocks 36-22

comparison with QoS 64-5

comparison with zones (table) 26-4

compatibility with DHCHAP 45-3

configuring26-6to ??

configuring allowed-active lists 24-11

configuring FSPF 32-4

configuring multiple IPv4 subnets 51-7

configuring trunk-allowed lists24-9to 24-11

default settings 26-12

default VSANs 26-8

deleting 26-9

description26-1to 26-4

domain ID automatic reconfiguration 25-8

example membership for iSCSI devices 50-23

fabric optimization for FICON 36-3

FC IDs 26-1

FCS 63-1

FCS support 63-1

features 26-1

FICON-enabled 26-12

flow statistics 8-6

FSPF connectivity 32-2

gateway switches 51-4

interop mode 37-10

IP routing 42-1

IPv4 static routing 51-6

iSLB 50-40

iSLB initiators 50-40

isolated 26-8

load balancing 26-11

load balancing attributes 26-5

mismatches 20-10, C-2

multiple zones 30-4

names 26-5

name server 34-2

operational states 26-9

overlaid routes 51-6

port membership 26-7

port tracking 65-6

Rules and features 39-4

SPAN filters 60-5

SPAN source 60-4

SPAN sources 60-4

states 26-5

suspending for FICON 36-19

TE port mode 20-6

TF port mode 20-6

timer configuration 37-3

traffic isolation 26-3

traffic routing between 51-1

transit 29-16

trunk-allowed 24-4

trunking ports 26-8

VRRP 51-9

wizard 5-34

VSAN trunking. See trunking

VSAs

communicating attributes 41-13

protocol options 41-13

W

window management

configuring in FCIP profiles 48-20

Windows

Fabric Manager Server 3-1

Fabric Manager support 2-19

installing Fabric Manager Web Services 7-4

Windows issues

blue screen 67-11

Device Manager window content disappears 67-11

Fabric Manager window content disappears 67-11

icons disappear from desktop 67-11

printing causes an application crash 67-11

SCP/SFTP failures 67-12

text fields are too small 67-11

Windows XP hangs 67-11

Windows workstations

modifying 2-14

wizards

DPVM Wizard 5-34

FCIP Wizard 5-34

IP ACL Wizard 5-34

iSCSI Wizard 5-34

IVR Zone Wizard 5-34

License Install Wizard 5-34

NPV Wizard 5-34

PortChannel Wizard 5-34

Port Security Wizard 5-34

QoS Wizard 5-34

Quick Config Wizard 30-7

Software Install Wizard 5-35

VSAN Wizard 5-34

Zone Edit Tool Wizard 5-34

world wide names. See WWNs

WWNs

configuring 37-5, 66-23

displaying configurations 66-24

displaying information 37-6

link initialization 37-6

port security 46-16

secondary MAC addresses 37-6

static binding 50-20

suspended connection C-2

suspended connections 20-10

X

XML

support 2-16

XRC

FICON support 36-5

Z

zone aliases

conversion to device aliases 31-7

zone attribute groups

cloning 30-35

zone configurations

test for compatibility 66-8

zone databases

migrating a non-MDS database 30-35

zone members

adding to zones 30-14

converting to pWWN members 30-24

displaying information 30-20

zoneMergeFailureIsolation tooltip 67-18

zone policies

configuring 2-11

zoneRemoteNoRespIsolation tooltip 67-18

zones

access control 30-16

adding zone members 30-14

analyzing merges 66-8

assigning LUNs to storage subsystems 30-41

backing up (procedure) 30-30

changing from enhanced zones 30-44

cloning 30-35

compacting for downgrading 30-47

comparison with device aliases (table) 31-4

comparison with VSANs (table) 26-4

configuring30-10to 30-25

configuring aliases 30-21

configuring and activating for iSLB 50-41

configuring broadcasting 30-38

configuring fcaliases 30-21

default policies 30-2

default settings 30-48

differences with IVR zones (table) 29-22

displayed as bold 67-9

editing full zone databases 30-11

enforcing restrictions 30-26

exporting databases 30-28

features 30-1, 30-3

importing databases 30-28

iSLB 50-41, 50-42

IVR communication 29-22

logging facility 61-3

LUN-based 30-40

membership using pWWNs 26-4

merge failures 20-10

read-only for IVR 29-31

renaming 30-34

restoring (procedure) 30-30

troubleshooting tools 5-35

viewing information 30-42

viewing inventory information 7-36

wizard 5-34

See also default zones

See also enhanced zones

See also hard zoning; soft zoning

See also LUN zoning

See also read-only zones

See also zoning; zone sets

zone server databases

clearing 30-36

zone sets

activating 30-17

cloning 30-35

configuring30-15to 30-21

considerations 30-4

copying 30-29

creating 30-16

default settings 30-48

distributing configuration 30-26

enabling distribution 30-26

exporting 30-28

exporting databases 30-28

features 30-1

importing 30-28

importing databases 30-28

one-time distribution 30-27

recovering from link isolations 30-28

renaming 30-34

viewing information 30-42

See also active zone sets

See also active zone sets; full zone sets

See also zones; zoning

zone traffic priorities

description 30-36

zoning

configuring broadcasting 30-38

description 30-1

example 30-2

FabricWare support D-2

implementation 30-3

Quick Config Wizard30-7to 30-10

See also LUN zoning

See also zones; zone sets

zoning based access control

configuring for iSCSI 50-25

configuring for iSCSIiSCSI

configuring zoning based access control 50-25