Inter-VSAN Routing Configuration Guide, Cisco DCNM for SAN, Release 5.x
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As of Cisco DCNM Release 5.2, Cisco Fabric Manager and Cisco Data Center Network Manager for LAN are merged into one unified product called Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) that can manage both LAN and SAN environments. As a part of this product merger, the name Cisco DCNM for SAN replaces the name Cisco Fabric Manager.

The following documentation changes support the merged Cisco DCNM product:

Cisco DCNM product documentation for Cisco DCNM Release 5.2 is retitled with the name Cisco DCNM for LAN.

Cisco Fabric Manager product documentation for Cisco DCNM Release 5.2 is retitled with the name Cisco DCNM for SAN.

Cisco DCNM for SAN product documentation is now published to the Data Center Network Manager listing page on Cisco.com: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps9369/tsd_products_support_configure.html

This URL is also the listing page for Cisco DCNM for LAN product documentation.

Cisco Fabric Manager documentation for software releases earlier than Cisco DCNM Release 5.2, retains the name Cisco Fabric Manager and remains available at its current Cisco.com listing page:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10495/tsd_products_support_configure.html

You should continue to use the Cisco Fabric Manager documentation if you are using a release of Cisco Fabric Manager software that is earlier than Cisco DCNM Release 5.2.

The name DCNM-SAN is used in place of Cisco DCNM for SAN in the user interface of Cisco Data Center Network Manager; likewise, the name DCNM-LAN is used in place of Cisco DCNM for LAN in the user interface. To match the user interface, the product documentation also uses the names DCNM-SAN and DCNM-LAN.

The following new publications support both Cisco DCNM for LAN and DCNM for SAN, and address the new licensing model, the new installation process, and the new features of Cisco DCNM:

Cisco DCNM Installation and Licensing Guide

Cisco DCNM Release Notes

For a complete list of Cisco DCNM documentation, see the "Related Documentation" section in the Preface.

As of Cisco Fabric Manager Release 4.2(1), software configuration information is available in new feature-specific configuration guides for the following information:

System management

Interfaces

Fabric

Quality of service

Security

IP services

High availability and redundancy

The information in these new guides previously existed in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family CLI Configuration Guide and in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family Fabric Manager Configuration Guide. Those configuration guides remain available on Cisco.com and should be used for all software releases prior to Cisco Fabric Manager Release 5.0(1). Each guide addresses the features introduced in or available in a particular release. Select and view the configuration guide that pertains to the software installed in your switch.

For a complete list of document titles, see the list of Related Documentation in the "Preface."

To find additional information about Cisco Fabric Manager Release 5.0(1), see the Cisco MDS 9000 Family Release Notes available at the following Cisco Systems website:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps5989/prod_release_notes_list.htm

About This Guide

The information in the new Inter-VSAN Routing Configuration Guide, Cisco DCNM for SAN previously existed in the Fabric Configuration section in the Cisco MDS 9000 Family Fabric Manager Configuration Guide, Release 5.0(1).

Table 1 lists the New and Changed features for this guide, starting with Cisco Fabric Manager Release 4.2(1).

Table 1 New and Changed Features

Feature
New or Changed Topics
Changed in Release
Where Documented

Configuring IVR Zone with IVR CFS Region

Added the IVR Zone with IVR CFS Region configuration information.

5.2(1)

Chapter 1, "Configuring Basic Inter-VSAN Routing"

Configuring IVR CFS Regions With Enforced IVR Zone Set

Added the IVR CFS Regions with enforced IVR zone set configuration information.

5.2(1)

Chapter 1, "Configuring Basic Inter-VSAN Routing"

Configuring IVR CFS Region ID

Added the IVR CFS region ID configuration information.

5.2(1)

Chapter 2, "Configuring Advanced Inter-VSAN Routing"

Basic IVR configuration

Reorganized basic IVR configuration information.

4.2(1)

Chapter 1, "Configuring Basic Inter-VSAN Routing"

Advanced IVR configuration

Reorganized advanced IVR configuration information.

Added "Working with Existing IVR Topologies" section.

Added "Advanced Configuration Task List" section.

Added IVR Zone configuration guidelines.

4.2(1)

Chapter 2, "Configuring Advanced Inter-VSAN Routing"

Manually Configuring an IVR Topology, page 11

Task Flow for Configuring Advanced Inter-VSAN Routing, page 9

IVR Zone Configuration Guidelines, page 8