Cisco Nexus 5000 Series NX-OS FCoE Operations Guide, Release 5.1(3)N1(1)
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Table Of Contents

B - C - D - E - F - H - I - L - M - N - P - Q - S - U - V -

Index

B

buffer allocation

and QoS configuration 1-11

configuring for FCoE COS 1-8

for FCoE 1-8

C

class-fcoe 1-8

class of service (COS) 1-12

and ETS 1-12

and PFC 1-12

CNA

DCB support 1-13

second generation 1-6

consolidated links 1-9, 1-10

benefits 1-10

consolidated vs dedicated links 1-9

COS

default value and FCoE 1-12

D

Data Center Bridging eXchange (DCBX) 1-13

DCB Ethernet links 1-9

DCBX

negotiation failure 1-14

dedicated links 1-9, 1-10

benefits 1-10

default mode

on Cisco Nexus 5000 Series switch 1-15

Domain IDs

limitations 1-15

E

Enhanced Transmission Selection (ETS) 1-12

Ethernet NIC 1-6

ETS

default settings 1-12

F

FC-MAP 1-2

changing the FC-MAP value 1-2

default value 1-2

ranges 1-2

FCoE

buffer allocation 1-8

enabling 1-2

enabling on VLAN 1 1-3

host disruptions 1-2

interoperability 1-14

no-drop class of service

and QoS configuration example 1-12

predefined QoS policies 1-11

QoS configuration 1-11

single-hop topology 1-14

FCoE fabric

best practice 1-3

configuring 1-3

FCoE ports

host-facing 1-3

FCoE VLAN

and STP 1-3, 1-4

configuration in a vPC 1-7

connecting to a VF port 1-3

FCoE VLANS

difference from Ethernet VLANs 1-3

Fibre Channel

HBA 1-6

H

high availability (HA) 1-2

I

IEEE 802.1Q Data Center Bridging (DCB) standard 1-13

IEEE 802.1Q Enhance Ethernet Standards 1-12

IEEE 802.1Q standard 1-12

interoperability

and FCoE 1-14, 1-15

L

link aggregation control protocol (LACP) 1-5

load balance 1-2

M

MST 1-4

N

native

fabric services 1-15

network disruptions 1-2

new and changed features (table) 2-9

no-drop classes of service 1-12

no-drop service

thresholds 1-8

N-Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) 1-15

N-Port Virtualizer (NPV) 1-15

NPV

device benefits 1-15

NPIV requirement 1-15

NPV mode

changing to switch mode 1-15

requirement 1-15

P

PFC

class-of-service 1-12

default settings 1-12

lossless transport and dedicated bandwidth 1-12

pre-defined

FCoE policies 1-11

Priority Flow Control (PFC) 1-12

PVST 1-4

PVST+ 1-4

Q

QoS

FCoE configuration 1-11

S

single-hop

FCoE topology 1-14

Spanning Tree Protocol 1-3

switch mode

and FCoE 1-15

and native fabric services 1-15

changing to NPV mode 1-15

U

Unified Port Controller (UPC) ASIC 1-10

first generation 1-10

second generation 1-10

VLAN configuration limit 1-11

unified ports 1-11

configuration requirements 1-11

in expansion modules 1-11

V

Virtual Port Channeling (vPC)

and FCoE 1-5

VLAN

scalability 1-11

VLAN to VSAN mapping 1-3

vPC

connecting a host 1-5