Cisco Nexus 1000V Interface Configuration Guide, Release 4.0(4)SV1(1)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - G - I - J - L - M - P - R - S - T - V -

Index

A

access ports

configuration example 3-13, 4-8

configuring 3-4

default setting 3-14, 4-8

host ports 3-2, 3-6

VLANs 3-2

administrative status

configuring 2-17

defined 2-4

asymmetric port channel 5-8

B

bandwidth

configuring 2-15

dedicated 2-9

defined 2-4

C

CDP

configuring 2-19

defined 2-4

channel modes

active 5-20

active mode 5-6

configuring 5-20

default setting 5-6

LACP 5-6

passive 5-20

passive mode 5-6

port channels 5-6

clear counters command 2-21

configuration limits

description (table) 1-3

D

default settings

access ports 3-14, 4-8

port channels 5-6, 5-26

trunk ports 3-14, 4-8

description

configuring 2-7

defined 2-2

documentation

additional publications 1-ii

duplex, port channel 5-21

duplex mode

configuring 2-10

defined 2-2

E

examples

access ports 3-13, 4-8

trunk ports 3-13, 4-8

G

guidelines

port channels 5-10

I

IEEE 802.1Q

guidelines 3-3

limitations 3-3

trunk ports 3-2

interface counters, clearing 2-21

interfaces

access port 3-4

administrative status

configuring 2-17

defined 2-4

bandwidth

configuring 2-15

dedicated 2-9

defined 2-4

CDP

configuring 2-19

defined 2-4

description

configuring 2-7

defined 2-2

duplex mode

configuring 2-10

defined 2-2

host ports 3-6

jumbo MTU, configuring 2-14

LACP 5-5

Layer 2 3-1

MTU

configuring 2-12

defined 2-3

restarting 2-17

shutting down 2-17

specifying 2-6

speed

configuring 2-10

defined 2-2

statistics 3-13

switching between Layer 2 and Layer 3 2-5

throughput delay

configuring 2-16

defined 2-4

trunk ports 3-7

tagged native VLAN traffic 3-11

types, specifying 2-6

verifying 3-12

verifying vEth 4-6

J

jumbo MTU, configuring 2-14

L

LACP

admin key 5-7

channel groups 5-5

channel modes5-6to 5-7

description5-5to 5-8

MAC address 5-7

Marker Protocol 5-8

number of members per channel 5-5

port channels 5-5

system ID 5-7

system priority 5-7

Layer 2, interfaces 3-1

Layer 2 ports

guidelines 3-3

limitations

port channels 5-10

limits

description (table) 1-3

Link Aggregation Control Protocol. See LACP

load balance

port channel 5-22

load balancing

algorithms 5-4

multicast traffic 5-5

port channels5-4, ??to 5-5

M

maximum transmission unit. See MTU.

MIBs 3-15

MTU

configuring 2-12

defined 2-3

multicast traffic

load balancing using port channels 5-5

P

PAgP, unsupported 5-2

Port Aggregation Protocol. See PAgP.

port channel

duplex 5-21

load balande 5-22

speed 5-21

port channel, host mode 5-8

port channels

channel modes 5-20

compatibility check 5-2

compatibility requirements 5-15

configuring 5-2

creating 5-11

default settings 5-26

description 5-18

guidelines 5-10

interoperation with other features 5-10

LACP 5-5

Layer 2 port, adding 5-15

limitations 5-10

load balancing 5-4

purpose 5-2

statistics 5-26

trunk ports 3-3

verifying 5-25

ports

access 3-1

multiple VLANs 3-1

trunks 3-1

R

related documents 1-ii

S

show interfaces command 2-21

Spanning Tree Protocol. See STP.

spanning-tree vlan

command example 3-5, 3-7, 3-8, 3-9, 3-11, 3-12, 5-21

speed

configuring 2-10

defined 2-2

speed, port channel 5-21

statistics

interfaces 3-13

port channels 5-26

switchport command 2-5

T

throughput delay

configuring 2-16

defined 2-4

transceivers

using Cisco supported transceivers 2-5

trunk ports

802.1X 3-4

allowed VLANs 3-10

configuration example 3-13, 4-8

configuring 3-7

default settings 3-14, 4-8

guidelines 3-3

limitations 3-3

native VLAN ID 3-8

port channels 3-3

tagging VLANs 3-2

VLANs 3-2

V

verifying

interfaces 3-12

Layer 2 interfaces 3-12

port channels 5-25

vEth interfaces 4-6

vethernet interface

pvlan command example 4-4

vEthernet Interfaces

verifying 4-6

vPC-HM

about 5-8