System Management Configuration Guide, Cisco DCNM for SAN, Release 6.x
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Numerics

32-port switching modules

SPAN guidelines 11-12

A

AES encryption

description 9-4

SNMP support 9-4

AutoNotify

description 4-5

B

build fabric frames

description 10-3

C

Call Home

alert groups4-5to ??

AutoNotify feature 4-5

CFS support 2-2

configuration distribution 4-7, 4-29

configuring??to 4-19

configuring call home wizard 4-27

configuring e-mail options 4-26

contact information 4-21

default settings 4-19

description 4-1

destination profiles4-22to ??

duplicate message throttle 4-7, 4-29

enabling 4-21

features 4-2

HTTP proxy server 4-26

inventory notifications 4-7

message format options 4-2

RMON-based alerts 4-7

syslog-based alerts 4-6

testing communications 4-30

Call Home alert groups

configuring 4-5, 4-23

customizing messages 4-6

description 4-23

Call Home contacts

assigning information 4-21

Call Home destination profiles

attributes 4-22

configuring 4-22

Call Home messages

configuring levels 4-6

format options 4-2

Call Home notifications

full-txt format for syslog 4-32

XML format for RMON 4-36

XML format for syslog 4-33

CFS

default settings 2-9

description??to 2-4

disabling on a switch 2-10

displaying configuration information 2-17

distribution modes 2-4

distribution over IP 2-6

distribution scopes 2-3

enabling on a switch 2-10

example configuration using Device Manager 2-19

example configuration using Fabric Manager 2-18

feature description 2-2

logging configuration distribution 3-6

merge support 2-6

merge support (procedure) 2-19

protocol description 2-3

SAN-OS features supported 2-2

saving configurations 2-13

CFS applications

clearing session locks 2-13

committing changes 2-5, 2-11

discarding changes 2-12

enabling 2-3

enabling (procedure) 2-11

fabric locking 2-5

CFS over IP

configuring static IP peers 2-7, 2-13

default settings 2-9

description 2-6

CFS regions

creating 2-15

description 2-8, 2-15

using CLI 2-15

command scheduler

default settings 5-2

description 5-1

enabling 5-3

specifying schedules5-3to ??

console logging

configuring 3-8

console sessions

message logging severity levels 3-8

contact information

assigning for Call Home 4-21

contract IDs

description 4-11

core dumps

saving to CompactFlash 6-2

core files

clearing directory 6-6

copying periodically 6-6

displaying information 6-8

saving to external devices 6-1

D

default settings

EEM 7-5

destination profiles

configuring 4-5, 4-22

device aliases

CFS support 2-2

device IDs

Call Home format 4-12

Device Manager

viewing system messages 3-12

documentation

related documents i-xix

domain ID

CFS support 2-2

domain IDs

allowed lists 10-6

configuring allowed lists 10-14

configuring CFS distribution10-7to 10-20

contiguous assignments 10-7

distributing 10-1

enabling contiguous assignments 10-16

preferred 10-6, 10-14

static 10-6, 10-14

domain manager

fast restart feature 10-3

DPVM

CFS support 2-2

E

EEM

actions 7-3

default settings 7-5

descriptioni-xviiito??, 7-1to ??

environment variables 7-4

event logs 7-2

events 7-2

guidelines 7-5

high availability 7-4

limitations 7-5

override policy 7-2

override policy actions (note) 7-4

parameter substitution 7-4

policies 7-2

prerequisites 7-4

script policies 7-4

system policies 7-2

e-mail addresses

assigning for Call Home 4-21

e-mail notifications

Call Home 4-1

embedded event manager. See EEM

E ports

FCS support 12-1

SPAN sources 11-3

external loopback tests

description 6-7

performing 6-7

F

Fabric Configuration Server. See FCS

Fabric Configuration Servers. See FCSs

Fabric Manager Web Server

viewing system messages 3-12

fabric reconfiguration

fcdomain phase 10-1

fabrics

See also build fabric frames

fabrics. See RCFs; build fabric frames

failure actions

configuring 6-3

FCC

logging facility 3-2

fcdomains

autoreconfigured merged fabrics 10-4

configuring CFS distribution10-7to 10-20

default settings 10-9

description 10-1

disabling 10-12

displaying information10-20to ??

domain manager fast restart 10-3

dsiplaying statistics 10-20

enabling 10-12

enabling autoreconfiguration 10-13

incoming RCFs 10-4

restarts 10-3

switch priorities 10-4

FC IDs

allocating 10-1

description 10-8

persistent10-8to 10-19

FCIP interfaces

SPAN sources 11-4

FCS

description 12-1, 12-3

logging facility 3-2

significance 12-2

FCSs

default settings 12-3

description 12-1, 12-3

displaying information??to12-3, 12-4to ??

fctimers

CFS support 2-2

Fibre Channel Analyzers

configuring using SPAN 11-18

Fibre Channel analyzers

monitoring without SPAN 11-5

Fibre Channel domains. See fcdomains

Fibre Channel traffic

SPAN sources 11-4

File Transfer Protocol. See FTP

FLOGI

logging facility 3-2

FL ports

persistent FC IDs 10-17

SPAN sources 11-3

F ports

SPAN sources 11-3

FTP

logging facility 3-2

Fx ports

FCS 12-1

FCS support 12-1

H

HBA ports

configuring area FCIDs 10-9

high availability

EEM 7-4

I

IDs

contract IDs 4-11

serial IDs 4-12, 4-14, 4-15, 4-17

server IDs 4-12

site IDs 4-11

internal loopback tests

description 6-6

performing 6-6

inventories

configuring notifications 4-28

IPFC

logging facility 3-2

IPS ports

SPAN sources 11-3

iSCSI interfaces

SPAN sources 11-4

iSLB

CFS support 2-2

iSNS

CFS support 2-2

IVR topologies

CFS support 2-2

J

jobs

command scheduler 5-1

L

log files

copying periodically 6-6

logging

default settings 3-7

disabling 3-8

enabling 3-8

message severity levels 3-3

logs

RMON 8-8

SNMP events 9-13

loopback tests

configuring frame lengths 6-3

configuring frequency 6-3

external 6-6, 6-7

M

merged fabrics

autoreconfigured 10-4

modules

configuring message logging 3-9

testing health 6-4

monitoring traffic

RSPAN 11-18

SPAN 11-15

monitor sessions

message logging severity levels 3-8

N

NTP

CFS support 2-2

logging facility 3-2

Nx ports

FCS support 12-1

See also N ports; NL ports

O

OBFL

description 6-5

OHMS

description 6-2

interpreting current status 6-5

on-board failure logging. See OBFL

P

persistent FC IDs

configuring 10-8

description 10-8

enabling 10-17

purging 10-9

PortChannels

logging facility 3-2

SPAN sources 11-4

port security

CFS support 2-2

principal switches

assigning domain ID 10-6

Q

QoS

logging facilities 3-2

R

RADIUS

CFS support 2-2

RCFs

description 10-3

incoming 10-4

rejecting incoming 10-13

reconfigure fabric frames. See RCFs

Remote SPAN. See RSPAN

RMON

alarms 8-1

configuring using Threshold Manager 8-2

default settings 8-3

defining an event (procedure) 8-7

enabling alarms 8-2

enabling alarms (procedure) 8-5

events 8-1

setting alarms (procedure) 8-3, 8-4, 8-5

viewing alarms (procedure) 8-8

viewing logs (procedure) 8-8

roles

CFS support 2-2

RSCNs

logging facility 3-2

RSCN timers

CFS support 2-2

RSPAN

advantages 11-10

configuring 11-18

default settings 11-14

description 11-9

explicit paths 11-12

monitoring traffic 11-18

monitoring traffic (example)11-19to 11-22

tunnels 11-10

S

scheduler. See command scheduler

schedules

command scheduler 5-1

specifying5-3to ??

SCSI flow services

CFS support 2-2

SD ports

bidirectional traffic 11-7

characteristics 11-5

configuring for SPAN monitoring 11-15

monitoring bidirectional traffic 11-7

RSPAN 11-9

serial IDs

description 4-12

site IDs

description 4-11

SMTP

assigning contact names 4-21

SNMP

access control 9-2

access groups 9-4

adding communities 9-8

assigning contact 9-6

assigning location 9-6

configuring event security 9-12

configuring event security (procedure) 9-13

configuring LinkUp/LinkDown notifications 9-5

configuring notification target users 9-12

creating users 9-4

default settings 9-6

deleting communities 9-8

deleting community strings (procedure) 9-8

enabling SNMP notifications 9-10

encryption-based privacy 9-4

group-based access 9-4

modifying users 9-4

read-only access 9-8

read-write access 9-8

server contact name 4-19

users with multiple roles (procedure) 9-7

user synchronization with CLI 9-3

Version 3 security features 9-2

versions supported 9-1

viewing event log 9-13

See also SNMPv1; SNMPv2c; SNMPv3

SNMP manager

FCS 12-2

SNMPv1

community strings 9-2

description 9-2

See also SNMP

SNMPv2

community strings 9-2

SNMPv2c

configuring notifications 9-9

description 9-2

See also SNMP

SNMPv3

assigning multiple roles 9-7

CLI user managementSNMPv3

AAA integration 9-3

configuring notifications 9-10

description 9-2

enforcing message encryption 9-7

restricting switch access 9-3

security features 9-2

See also SNMP 9-2

source IDs

Call Home event format 4-12

SPAN

configuration guidelines 11-12

configuring11-15to ??

configuring Fibre Channel analyzers 11-6

configuring sessions 11-5

default settings 11-14

description 11-1

egress sources 11-3

FC analyzers 11-5

filters 11-4

monitoring traffic 11-1, 11-15

SD ports 11-5

sessions 11-4

sources 11-2, 11-4

sources for monitoring 11-2

VSAN sources 11-4

SPAN filters

description 11-4

guidelines 11-13

SPAN sessions

deleting using Device Manager 11-17

description 11-4

VSAN filters 11-5

SPAN sources

editing with Device Manager 11-17

egress 11-3

ingress 11-3

interface types 11-3

IPS ports 11-3

VSANs configuration guidelines 11-13

SSH sessions

message logging 3-8

ST ports

RSPAN 11-9

RSPAN characteristics 11-11

Switched Port Analyzer. See SPAN

switch priorities

configuring 10-12

default 10-12

description 10-4

syslog

CFS support 2-2

configuration distribution 3-6

syslog servers

verifying using Fabric Manager Web Services 3-11

system health

clearing error reports 6-4

configuring failure actions 6-3

default settings 6-6

interpreting current status 6-5

testing modules 6-4

test run requirements 6-4

system messages

configuring logging 3-7

configuring logging servers 3-10

default settings 3-7

displaying information??to 3-7

logging server 3-1

monitoring 3-1

severity levels 3-3

viewing from Device Manager 3-12

viewing from Fabric Manager Web Server 3-12

system processes

displaying 6-8

T

TACACS+

CFS support 2-2

Telnet sessions

message logging 3-8

TE ports

FCS support 12-1, 12-2

SPAN sources 11-3

Threshold Manager

configuring RMON 8-2

TL ports

FCS 12-1, 12-2

FCS support 12-1, 12-2

logging facility 3-2

SPAN sources 11-3

U

unique area FC IDs

configuring 10-18

description 10-9

users

CFS support 2-2

SNMP support 9-4

V

VRRP

logging facility 3-3

VSANs

allowed list 11-4

domain ID automatic reconfiguration 10-13

FCS 12-1

FCS support 12-1

SPAN filters 11-4

SPAN source 11-4

SPAN sources 11-4

Z

zones

logging facility 3-3