Cisco MDS 9000 Family Storage Media Encryption Configuration Guide
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Index

Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - V - Z

Index

A

about 1-3, 1-6

Advanced security

about 4-5, 6-3

configuring smart cards 4-16

stored keyshares 4-15

Auto key replication

about 6-15

remote replication relationships

create 6-16

remove 6-18

translating media keys 6-15

B

Basic security

about 4-5, 6-3

downloading key file 4-12

best practices

overview 8-1

C

CFS requirement 1-13

Changing the Fabric Name 2-13

Cisco Key Management Center

about 1-4, 6-2

advantages 6-2

features 1-4

Cisco MDS 9000 Family 18/4-Port Multiservice Module (MSM-18/4) 1-11

replacing 9-8

Cisco SAN-OS features

changed (table) 1-ix

new (table) 1-ix

Cisco SME

best practices 8-1

configuration

initial 2-19

limitations 2-19

overview 2-19

required engines 1-8

Cisco SME Roles

about 1-3

Cisco SME roles 1-3

Cisco SME Terminology 1-7

Cisco Storage Media Encryption

About 1-1

features 1-2

security overview 1-14

See Cisco SME 1-1

CLI

description 2-2

Cluster details

transport settings

modifying,viewing 4-24

viewing cluster members 4-24

viewing cluster states 4-23

clustering 1-5

enabling 2-3

clusters

archiving 4-20

creating 4-1

management 4-1

purging 4-20, 4-22

quorum 4-30

recovery scenarios 9-1

reviving 9-4

viewing details 4-23

viewing members 4-24

viewing states 4-23

viewing using Device Manager 4-29

viewing using Fabric Manager 4-28

command-line interface. See CLI

contacting support 9-9

D

Device Manager 2-2

DNS

alternative 2-9

configuration 9-7

enabling 2-8

E

Enabling clustering

using Fabric Manager 2-3

Encryption 1-3

exporting volume groups 6-10

F

Fabric Manager

description 2-2

using to enable HTTPS 2-13

Fabric Manager features

changed (table) 1-ix

new (table) 1-ix

Fabric Manager Server 2-2

Backing Up E-1

Fabric Manager Server database

Restoring E-2

Fabric Manager Web Client 2-2

fabrics

adding 2-13

changing a fabric name 2-13

manage continuously 2-15

selecting 4-4

FC Redirect 1-6

FC redirect

requirements 1-13

unsupported switches 2-20

FC redirect restrictions 2-20

FICON Limitation 2-20

H

hardware

requirements 1-10

Cisco MDS 18/4-port Multiservice Module (MSM-18/4) 1-11

Cisco MDS 9222i Multiservice Module Switch 1-11

Hardware Requirements 1-10

High Availability KMC

about 6-5

choosing settings 6-5

HTTPS

enabling 2-12

I

IEEE-compliant AES 256 encryption 1-3

importing volume groups 6-12

interfaces

selecting 4-4

IVR zoneset 1-13

J

Java Requirement 1-13

K

key hierarchy

about 6-1

master key 6-2

tape volume group key 6-2

tape volume key 6-2

Key Management 1-4

about 6-1

key management

operations 6-7

key management settings 6-4

Key-On-Tape 6-4

Shared 6-4

Unique Key 6-4

keys

active 6-8

archived 6-9

purging 6-9

viewing 6-8

KMC server 6-48

L

licenses

for fixed slot - MDS 9222i Switch 2-18

for MSM-18/4 module-MDS 9200 Series with SSM 2-18

for MSM-18/4 module - MDS 9500 Series with SSM 2-18

obtaining and installing 2-18

limitations 2-19

load balancing

about 1-6

M

master key 6-2

Master Key Security

Advanced 4-5, 6-3

Basic 4-5, 6-3

modes 6-3

Standard 4-5, 6-3

master key security levels

selecting 4-5

master switch

reassigning 9-5

master switch election 4-30

four-switch cluster scenarios 4-33

three-switch cluster scenarios 4-32

Media Key Settings

selecting 4-8

store key on tape 4-9

unique key 4-9

members

viewing 4-24

migrating 6-48

migrating database tables

about G-1

procedure G-1

N

NIST 1-3

O

Offline Data Restore Tool

about B-1

P

purging

clusters 4-20

R

recycling tapes 6-4

replication relationship 6-16

S

scalability 1-6

security

additional capabilities 1-14

security levels

selecting Advanced 4-7

selecting Basic 4-6

selecting Standard 4-6

Server Based Discovery for Provisioning Tapes 1-6

Single-fabric Topology 1-8

smart cards

drivers 2-17

GemSafe library file 2-17

installing 2-17

SME

security 1-14

supported single-fabric topology 1-8

SME configuration

Basic 2-19

Overview 2-19

SME installation

requirements 2-1

Software Requirements 1-10

Standard security

about 4-5, 6-3

configuring smart cards 4-13, 6-28

stored keyshares 4-13

supported topologies

single-fabric 1-8

T

tape drives

troubleshooting 9-8

tapes

recycling 6-4

tape volume group key 6-2

tape volume key 6-2

translation context 6-15

transparent fabric service 1-3

troubleshooting 9-1

"no paths found" 9-8

cluster recovery scenarios 9-1

deleting a cluster 9-2, 9-3

deleting an offline switch 9-2

DNS 9-7

newly added tape drives 9-8

reassigning a master switch 9-5

replacing an MSM-18/4 module 9-8

reviving a cluster 9-4

scenarios 9-7

V

volume groups

exporting 6-10

importing 6-12

Z

Zoning Requirement 1-13