Inter-VSAN Routing Configuration Guide, Cisco DCNM for SAN, Release 6.x
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - I - N - P - T - V - Z

Index

A

advanced

IVR configuration 2-1

IVR zone zones and zone sets 2-2

AFIDs

configuring default 2-9

configuring individual 2-10

description 1-4, 2-2, 2-6

guidelines 2-4

autonomous fabric ID

See AFIDs

autonomous fabric identifiers. See AFIDs

auto topology mode

enabling 1-17

B

basic

IVR configuration 1-1

basic configuration

task list 1-14

border switches

description 1-4

IVR configuration guidelines 2-5

C

configuration limits 1-4

current VSANs

description 1-3

D

domain IDs

IVR configuration guidelines 2-5

non-unique and IVR NAT 1-9

unique 2-5

E

edge switches

description 1-4

edge VSANs

description 1-3

F

Fabric Manager 1-14

FC ID

configuring 2-13

features and benefits 2-2

guidelines 2-6

Fibre Channel header modifications 1-5

I

Inter-VSAN Routing zones. See IVR zones

Inter-VSAN Routing zone sets. See IVR zone sets

IVR

activating topologies 2-12

AF IDs 2-6

basic configuration 1-1

basic configuration task list 1-14

border switch 1-4

border switch, guidelines 2-5

border switch configuration guidelines 2-5

border switches 1-4

configuration 2-11

configuration limits 1-4

configuration task lists 1-14, 2-8

configuring

advanced 2-8

basic 1-14

configuring logging levels 1-24

configuring without IVR NAT

guidelines 2-4

current VSANs 1-3

database merge guidelines 1-11

databases 1-5

default settings 1-13

default zone policy 1-7

domain ID configuration guidelines 2-5

domain ID guidelines 2-5

edge switch 1-4

edge switches 1-4

edge VSANs 1-3

enabling 1-16

enabling distribution with CFS 1-16

features 1-2

Fibre Channel header modifications 1-5

interoperability 1-8

logging 1-24

native VSANs 1-3

paths 1-3

persistent FC IDs 2-13

read-only zoning 2-15

service groups2-1to ??

terminology 1-3

transit VSAN configuration guidelines 2-5

transit VSANs 1-4

virtual domains 1-6

VSAN topologies 1-6

zone communication 1-7

zone configuration guidelines 2-7

zones1-3, 1-7to ??

zone sets 1-3

Zone Wizard 1-14

IVR databases

active 1-5

configured 1-5

merge guidelines 1-11

pending 1-5

IVR logging

configuring levels 1-24

IVR manual configuration

guidelines 2-6

IVR NAT

border switch, guidelines 1-10

description 1-9

enabling auto-discovery 1-17

load balancing 1-9

modifying 1-18

requirements 1-9

transit VSANs, guidelines 1-10

IVR persistent FC IDs

configuring 2-13

persistent 2-13

IVR service groups

activation 2-2

characteristics 2-1

configuring 2-9

default 2-2

description 1-4

IVR configuration guidelines 2-3

IVR topologies

activating a manually configured topology 2-12

clearing manual entries 2-12

configuring manually 2-11

enabling automatic discovery 1-17

migrating from IVR auto topology mode to IVR manual topology mode 2-13

recovering 1-26

IVR virtual domains

clearing 1-25

description 1-6

IVR without NAT

configuring 2-11

IVR zones

activating with force option 1-21

advanced

description 2-2

automatic creation 1-7

configuring1-18to 1-21

configuring LUNs 2-14

configuring QoS attributes 2-14

configuring with IVR Zone Wizard 1-14

description 1-3, 1-7

differences with zones (table) 1-7

maximum number of members 1-4

maximum number of zones 1-4

recovering the full database 1-25

renaming 2-15

IVR zone sets

activating 1-22

advanced configuration

description 2-2

configuring1-18to 1-23

deactivating 1-22

description 1-3

maximum number 1-4

renaming 2-15

IVR Zone Wizard 1-14

N

NAT. See IVR NAT

native VSANs

description 1-3

P

persistent FC IDs

configuring 2-13

T

transit VSANs

configuration guidelines 1-10

description 1-4, 2-12

IVR configuration guidelines 2-5

V

VSANs

transit 2-12

Z

zones

configuration guidelines 2-7

differences with IVR zones 1-7

IVR communication 1-7

read-only for IVR 2-15