Cisco Nexus 1010 Software Configuration Guide, Release 4.0(4)SP1(1)
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Index

Table Of Contents

A - C - D - F - H - L - M - N - P - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

appliance name

CLI setup 2-7

audience 2-v

C

CIMC

information about 1-3

remote recovery 3-1

classifications, traffic 1-6

CLI prompt, appliance 2-7

configuration limits A-1

control and packet VLAN

about 2-4

CLI setup 2-6, 2-9

conventions 2-vi

create a virtual service blade 5-1

D

default gateway

CLI setup 2-7

delete a virtual service blade 5-6

documentation

additional publications 2-vii

related documents 2-vi

F

Flow Chart

Installing and Configuring the Cisco Nexus 1010 1-14

Replacing a Cisco Nexus 1010 2-12

H

HA

redundancy role 2-2

redundancy state 2-3

hosts

maximum supported A-1

L

limits, configuration A-1

M

management, remote 3-1

management software

setup 2-1

verify setup 2-13

management VLAN

about 2-4

CLI setup 2-6, 2-9

mgmt0

CLI setup 2-7

migration

verify 6-7

VSM 6-1

modify a virtual service blade 5-8

modify uplink 4-2

N

NAM

maximum supported A-1

name, appliance 2-7

NTP

CLI setup 2-8

P

password strength 2-2

ports, uplinks 2-4

prerequisites 2-v

prompt, CLI 2-7

R

RAM

supported limits A-1

redundancy

role 2-2

state 2-3

related documents 2-vii

remote recovery 3-1

replacing a Cisco Nexus 1010 2-10

S

setup management software 2-1

SSH

CLI setup 2-8

strong password 2-2

T

Telnet

CLI setup 2-8

traffic classifications 1-6

U

unreachable device 3-1

uplinks

CLI setup 2-6, 2-9

comparison 1-7

configure 4-1

drawings

single uplink 1-8

three uplinks 1-11

two uplinks with LACP 1-9, 1-10

modify 4-2

port and VLAN assignments 2-4

verify 4-3

V

verify

management software setup 2-13

migration 6-7

uplinks 4-3

virtual service blade 5-14

virtual service blade 5-1

create 5-1

delete 5-6

HA, about 1-4

modify 5-8

NAM, about 1-5

types, about 1-3

verify 5-14

VSM, about 1-4

VLAN

about 2-4

uplink port assignments 2-4

VSM

maximum supported A-1