Interfaces Configuration Guide, Cisco DCNM for SAN, Release 5.x
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Table Of Contents

Symbols - Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - V - W - Z

Index

Symbols

* (asterisk)

first operational port 8-23

Numerics

12-port 4-Gbps switching modules

BB_credit buffers 6-12

configuration guidelines 5-23

default settings 5-20

See also switching modules

16-port switching modules

configuring BB_credits 6-2

LEDs 2-11

See also switching modules

24-port 4-Gbps switching modules

bandwidth fairness 5-14

default settings 5-20

example configurations 5-46, 5-48, 6-11

oversubscription 5-12

shared resources 5-11

See also switching modules

24-port 8-Gbps switching modules

default settings 5-21

example configurations 6-7

32-port switching modules

configuring BB_credits 6-2

See also switching modules

4/44-port 8-Gbps switching modules

default settings 5-21

example configurations 6-8

48-port 4-Gbps switching modules

bandwidth fairness 5-14

default settings 5-20

example configurations 5-46, 5-47, 6-9

oversubscription 5-12

shared resources 5-11

See also switching modules

48-port 8-Gbps switching modules

default settings 5-21

example configurations 5-45, 6-6

See also switching modules

4-port 10-Gbps switching modules

BB_credit buffers 6-14

configuration guidelines 5-24

default settings 5-20

See also switching modules

A

ACL adjacency sharing

disabling for downgrading 5-42

administrative speeds

configuring 2-10, 2-24

administrative states

description 2-6

setting 2-21

ALPA caches

allocation 2-53

clearing 2-30

description 2-14

displaying contents 2-54

inserting entries manually 2-30

auto mode

configuring 2-23

auto port mode

description 2-6

interface configuration 2-2

autosensing speed

Generation 2 switching modules 2-10

B

bandwidth fairness

disabling 5-38

enabling 5-38

BB_credit buffers

12-port 4-Gbps switching module allocations 6-12

12-port 4-Gbps switching module considerations 6-13

24-port 4-Gbps switching module allocations 6-11

24-port 4-Gbps switching module considerations 6-11, 6-12

24-port 8-Gbps switching module considerations 6-7

4/44-port 8-Gbps switching module considerations 6-8

48-port 4-Gbps switching module considerations 6-9

48-port 8-Gbps switching module considerations 6-6

4-port 10-Gbps switching module allocations 6-14

4-port 10-Gbps switching module considerations 6-14, 6-15

allocation defaults (table) 6-6, 6-7, 6-8, 6-9

BB_credits

configuring 6-20

description 6-1

reason codes 2-8

BB_SC

enabling 6-19, 6-24

beacon modes

configuring 2-28

identifying LEDs 2-11

bit errors

reasons 2-12

bit error thresholds

configuring 2-12, 2-28

description 2-12, 2-28

B port mode

description 2-6

interface modes 2-6

bridge port mode. See B port mode

buffer pools

Generation 2 switching modules 6-2

buffer-to-buffer credits. See BB_credits

buffer-to-buffer start change. See BB_SC

C

Cisco MDS 9216i switches

configuring extended BB_credits 6-17

configuring NPV 9-10

D

dedicated rate mode

description 5-6

migrating from shared rate mode 5-22

migrating to shared rate mode 5-22

destination IDs

exchange based 8-5

flow based 8-4

domain IDs

assignment failures 2-9

domain manager

isolation 2-9

downgrading

disabling ACL adjacency sharing 5-42

dynamic bandwidth management

description 5-9

E

EISLs

PortChannel links 8-2

enhanced ISLs. See EISLs

E port mode

classes of service 2-3

description 2-3

E ports

32-port guidelines 2-18

32-port switching module configuration guidelines 8-14

configuring 2-22

isolation 2-9

Ethernet interface

configuring 3-1

default settings 3-1

interface information 3-2

Device Manager 3-2

Fabric Manager 3-2

overview 3-1

exchange link parameter. See ELP

expansion port mode. See E port mode

extended BB_credits

configuring 6-22

displaying information 6-25

Generation 2 switching modules 6-16

licensing 6-16

F

fabric loop port mode. See FL port mode

fabric port mode. See F port mode

fcdomains

overlap isolation 2-9

FCoE Configuration Wizard 4-6

Fiber Channel interfaces

configuring system default port mode f 2-23

Fibre Channel interfaces

administrative states 2-6

BB_credits 6-1

configuring 2-21

configuring auto port mode 2-23

configuring beacon modes 2-28

configuring bit error thresholds 2-12, 2-28

configuring descriptions 2-26

configuring frame encapsulation 2-10

configuring port modes 2-22

configuring port speed group 2-25

configuring receive data field sizes 6-20

configuring speeds 2-10, 2-24

default settings 2-19, 5-20, 7-10, 8-16

deleting from PortChannels 8-9

disabling 2-21

displaying capabilities on Generation 2 switching modules 5-43

displaying information2-44to 2-51

enabling 2-21

graceful shutdown 2-9

modes2-2to 2-6

operational states 2-6

performance buffers 6-2

reason codes 2-7

states 2-6

taking out of service on Generation 2 switching modules 5-39

troubleshooting operational states 2-8

See also interfaces 2-6

FL port mode

classes of service 2-3

description 2-3

FL ports

configuring 2-22

description 2-3

nonparticipating code 2-9

See also Fx ports

F port mode

classes of service 2-3

description 2-3

F ports

configuring 2-22

description 2-3

See also Fx ports

frame encapsulation

configuring 2-10

Fx ports

32-port default 2-18

configuring 2-22

description 2-5

interface modes 2-5

See also F ports; FL ports 2-5

G

Generation 1 switching modules

extended BB_credits 6-17

port index allocations 5-15

Generation 2 switching modules

buffer groups6-2to 6-14

configuring port speeds 5-26

configuring rate modes 5-27

default settings 5-20

description5-1to 5-3

disabling ACL adjacency sharing 5-42

displaying port resources 5-40

dynamic bandwidth management 5-9

extended BB_credits 6-16, 6-18

interface capabilities 5-43

out-of-service interfaces 5-11

port groups 5-3

port index allocations 5-15

port rate modes 5-4

recovering from powered-down state 5-18

releasing shared resources 5-41

taking interfaces out of service 5-39

Generation 3 switching modules

default settings 5-21

I

interfaces

adding to PortChannels 8-8, 8-20

configuring data field size 6-25

configuring descriptions 2-26

default settings 2-19, 5-20, 7-10, 8-16

deleting from PortChannels 8-9

displaying information2-44to 2-51

displaying SFP information 2-50

forced addition to PortChannels 8-9, 8-21

isolated states 8-9

SFP types 2-53

suspended states 8-9

interface statistics

gathering 2-52

IPv4 default gateways

configuring mgmt0 interfaces 2-17

ISLs

PortChannel links 8-2

L

LEDs

beacon mode states 2-11

speed 2-11

licenses

extended BB_credits 6-16, 6-17

load balancing

description 8-4

PortChannels 8-2

M

management interfaces

configuring 2-17, 2-39

default settings 2-19, 5-20, 7-10, 8-16

displaying information 2-57

features 2-17

mgmt0 interfaces

configuring 2-17, 2-39

default settings 2-19, 5-20, 7-10, 8-16

features 2-17

MPS-14/2 modules

configuring extended BB_credits 6-17

N

NL ports

interface modes 2-6

nonparticipating codes

description 2-9

NPIV

description 9-2

enabling 9-10

NP links 9-5

N port identifier virtualization. See NPIV

NL ports

See also Nx ports

NP-ports 9-5

NPV, configuring 9-10

NPV mode 9-4

O

operational states

configuring on Fibre Channel interfaces 2-22

description 2-6

out-of-service interfaces

description 5-11

oversubscription

disabling restrictions 5-33

enabling restrictions 5-36

Generation 2 switching modules 5-12

ratios 5-12

P

performance buffers

configuring 6-22

description 6-2

PortChannel modes

description 8-6

PortChannel Protocol

autocreation 8-12

configuring autocreation 8-22

converting autocreated groups to manually configured 8-12

creating channel group 8-10

description 8-9

enabling autocreation 8-22

PortChannels

adding interfaces 8-8, 8-20

administratively down 2-9

comparison with trunking 8-3

compatibility checks 8-8

creating 8-18

default settings 8-16

deleting 8-7

deleting interfaces 8-9

examples 8-2

forcing interface additions 8-9, 8-21

Generation 2 switching module interfaces 5-18

interface states 8-9

load balancing 8-4

misconfiguration error detection 8-13

verifying configurations8-23to 8-26

port groups

assigning extended BB_credits 6-17

description 5-3

Generation 2 Fibre Channel switching modules 5-3

Generation 3 Fibre Channel switching modules 5-7

port indexes

description 5-15

port modes

auto 2-6

description2-2to 2-6

port rate modes

configuring 5-27

dedicated 5-6

description 5-4

oversubscribed 5-7

shared 5-7

See also rate modes

port speed group

configuring 2-25

port speeds

configuring 2-10, 2-24

configuring on Generation 2 switching module interfaces 5-26

displaying configuration 5-26

private devices

TL ports 2-53

R

rate modes

configuring on Generation 2 switching module interfaces 5-27

verifying configuration 5-28

See also port rate modes

reason codes

description 2-7

receive buffer groups. See buffer groups

receive data field sizes

configuring 6-20

recovery

from powered-down state 5-18

S

SD port mode

description 2-5

interface modes 2-5

SD ports

configuring 2-22

SFPs

displaying transmitter types 2-50, 2-53

transmitter types 2-12

shared rate mode

description 5-7

migrating from dedicated rate mode 5-22

migrating to dedicated rate mode 5-22

oversubscription 5-12

source IDs

exchange based 8-5

flow based 8-4

SPAN destination port mode. See SD port mode

SPAN tunnel port mode. See ST port mode

ST port mode

description 2-5

interface modes 2-5

limitations 2-5

ST ports

interface modes 2-5

subnet masks

configuring mgmt0 interfaces 2-17

switch ports

configuring attribute default values 2-29

T

TE port mode

classes of service 2-4

description 2-4

TE ports

trunking restrictions 7-3

TF port mode

classes of service 2-5

description 2-5

TL port mode

classes of service 2-4

description 2-4

TL ports

ALPA caches 2-14

configuring 2-22, 2-29

description 2-13

displaying information 2-53

private devices 2-53

virtual devices 2-54

translative loop port mode. See TL port mode

trunk-allowed VSAN lists

description7-5to 7-7

trunking

comparison with PortChannels 8-3

configuration guidelines 7-10

configuring modes 7-4

link state 7-4

merging traffic 7-10

restrictions 7-3, 7-7

trunking E port mode. See TE port mode

trunking F port mode. See TF port mode

trunking protocol

default settings 7-11

default state 7-4

detecting port isolation 7-10

disabling 7-11

enabling 7-11

trunk mode

administrative default 2-29

configuring 7-4, 7-12

status 7-4

trunk ports

displaying information 7-14

V

virtual devices

TL ports 2-54

virtual FC interface

assigning to VSANs 4-6

configuring 4-2

Device Manager 4-4

Fabric Manager 4-3

creating

Device Manager 4-12

default settings 4-13

deleting 4-13

limitations 4-1

overview 4-1

virtual interface

configuring

FCoE Configuration Wizard 4-6

VLANs

mapping to VSANs 4-5

using Device Manager 4-5

using Fabric Manager 4-5

VSAN IDs

allowed list 7-10

multiplexing traffic 2-4, 2-5

VSAN interfaces

creating 2-40

description 2-17

displaying information 2-58

VSANs

allowed-active 7-7

configuring allowed-active lists 7-13

configuring trunk-allowed lists7-5to 7-13

loop devices 2-53

mismatches 2-9

TE port mode 2-4

TF port mode 2-5

trunk-allowed 7-7

VSAN trunking. See trunking

W

WWNs

suspended connections 2-9

Z

zones

merge failures 2-9