Cisco DCNM Installation and Licensing Guide, Release 5.x
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Table Of Contents

A - C - D - E - F - H - I - J - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - W - X - Z

Index

A

administrator passwords

default 1-8

ANSI T11 FC-GS-3

support 1-2

applications

management 1-3

C

CIM

support 1-2

Cisco MDS 9000 Family

initial setup1-5to 1-15

starting a switch 1-15

configurations

changing initial 1-15

console ports

parameters 1-16

D

data

management 1-3

DCNM-SAN

browser support 3-3

description 1-1, 1-4

downloading software 3-3

installing 3-1

integrating with other tools 3-11, 4-4

Java support 3-3

preinstallation tasks 3-3

running behind firewalls 3-11, 4-4

support operating systems 3-3

uninstalling 5-1

upgrading 3-9

viewing license information 6-17

DCNM-SAN Clients

description 1-4

DCNM-SAN Server

description 1-4

licensing 6-18

DCNM-SAN Web Server

description 1-5

default networks

configuring 1-10, 1-13

default users

description 1-6

deploying

DCNM-LAN

clustered servers 7-8

single server 7-7

Device Manager

description 1-4

viewing license information 6-18

devices

management 1-3

DNS

configuring 1-10, 1-13

configuring IP addresses 1-10

documentation

additional publications 3-xv

domain names

configuring 1-10

downloading Cisco DCNM-LAN 7-11

E

enterprise package licenses

description 6-5

evaluation

stop in Device Manager 6-19

expiry alerts

licenses 6-16

F

Fabric Manager

upgrading 4-2

fabrics

management 1-3

firewalls

configuring 3-14, 4-7

running with DCNM-SAN 3-11, 4-4

FMServer 3-8

FSPF

support 1-2

FTP

support 1-2

H

high availability

licensing 6-7

HTTP

port used 3-12, 4-5

support 1-2

HTTPS

support 1-2

I

IDs

login IDs 1-9

in-band access

configuring 1-12

IPFC 1-16

in-band management

configuring 1-12, 1-13

Ethernet connection 1-3

IPFC connection 1-3

logical interface 1-12

installing

DCNM-LAN

clustered-server requirements 7-5

primary server 9-3

secondary server using CLI 9-8

secondary server using Install Managements 9-10

server requirements 7-4

Internet Explorer

DCNM-SAN support 3-3

IP addresses

management interfaces 1-6

IPFC

in-band access 1-16

in-band management 1-3

IP routing

enabling 1-10, 1-13

IPv4 default gateways

configuring 1-13

J

Java RMI

ports used 3-12, 4-5

Java Web Start

DCNM-SAN support 3-3

L

license key files

description 6-2

installing 6-10

obtaining 6-9

updating 6-9

licenses

claim certificate 6-2

DCNM-LAN

description 10-2

installing on a primary server 10-4

installing on secondary server with CLI 10-6

installing on secondary server with Install Manager 10-8

obtaining 10-4

DCNM-SAN Server 6-18

description 6-1

displaying information 6-17

enterprise package 6-5

expiry alerts 6-16

factory-installed 6-8

feature-based 6-3

features supported (table) 6-5

grace period alerts 6-16

grace period expiration 6-16

high availability 6-7

identifying features in use 6-14

installing manually 6-8

installing using Device Manager 6-12

installing using License Wizard 6-10

installing with License Wizard 6-10

key files6-9to ??

mainframe package 6-6

module-based 6-3

obtaining 6-8

PAK 6-2

Storage Services Enabler package 6-6

terminology 6-2

transferring between switches 6-17

uninstalling 6-15

updating 6-16

viewing in DCNM-SAN 6-17

viewing in DCNM-SAN Web Services 6-18

viewing in Device Manager 6-18

Linux 3-8

DCNM-SAN support 3-3

install scripts 3-8

M

mainframe package licenses

description 6-6

management access

configuring in-band1-12to 1-15

configuring out-of-band1-8to 1-12

description 1-16

in-band 1-7

out-of-band 1-7

management interfaces

IP addresses 1-6

management protocols

supported (table) 1-1

master server

DCNM-LAN

description 7-3

member server

DCNM-LAN

description 7-3

mgmt0

out-of-band management 1-3

mgmt0 interfaces

configuring out-of-band access 1-9

out-of-band access 1-16

N

NTP servers

configuring 1-11

O

Oracle

DCNM-LAN

preparing 8-2

out-of-band access

mgmt0 interfaces 1-16

out-of-band management

configuring 1-8, 1-13

Ethernet connection 1-3

P

passwords

administrator 1-6

setting administrator default 1-12

Performance Manager

description 1-4

ports

DCNM-LAN 7-3

PostgreSQL

DCNM-LAN

preparing 8-6

primary server

DCNM-LAN

description 7-3

installing 9-3

licensing 10-4

upgrading 11-4

R

related documents 3-xv

requirements

DCNM-LAN

clustered servers 7-5

server 7-4

resources

management 1-3

S

SCP

support 1-2

secondary server

DCNM-LAN

description 7-3

installing using CLI 9-8

installing using Install Management 9-10

licensing with CLI 10-6

licensing with Install Manager 10-8

upgrading with CLI 11-6

upgrading with Install Manager 11-8

serial console ports

accessing switches 1-16

setup command

using 1-15

SFTP

support 1-2

shell scripts

for uninstalling DCNM-SAN 5-2

SNMP

enabling access 1-10

port used 3-12, 4-5

proxy services 3-14, 4-7

SNMP_TRAP

port used 3-12, 4-5

SNMP community strings

configuring 1-13

SNMPv1

support 1-2

SNMPv2c

support 1-2

SNMPv3

support 1-2

Solaris 3-8

install scripts 3-8

SSH

enabling 1-11, 1-14

port used 3-12, 4-5

support 1-2

SSL

DCNM-LAN

disabling 12-4

enabling 12-2, 12-6, 12-7

static routes

configuring 1-10

Storage Services Enabler package licenses

description 6-6

subnet masks

configuring switches 1-6

initial configuration 1-9, 1-13

Sun JRE

DCNM-SANsupport 3-3

switches

accessing 1-16

initial setup 1-5

starting 1-15

switch management

architecture 1-2

in-band 1-3

out-of-band 1-3

switch port interfaces

configuring default 1-14

switch ports

configuring trunk modes 1-14

syslog

port used 3-12, 4-5

T

Telnet

enabling 1-10, 1-14

port used 3-12, 4-5

support 1-2

TFTP

port used 3-12, 4-5

support 1-2

U

UDP traffic

blocking 3-14, 4-7

uninstalling

DCNM-LAN

primary server 13-1

secondary server 13-2

UNIX

install scripts 3-8

upgrading

DCNM-LAN

primary server 11-4

secondary server with CLI 11-6

secondary server with Install Manager 11-8

user accounts

creating additional at setup 1-8

users

default 1-6

W

Windows workstations

modifying 3-14, 4-7

X

XML

support 1-2

Z

zone policies

configuring 1-14