Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS Interfaces Configuration Guide, Release 6.x
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

access ports

access VLANs 3-5

configuration example 3-36

configuring 3-11

default setting 3-9

host ports 3-4, 3-12

VLANs 3-3, 3-5

administrative status

configuring 2-38

defined 2-8

allowed VLANs

trunk ports 3-6

B

bandwidth

configuring 2-35, 4-10

dedicated 2-20

defined 2-7

rate mode

configuring 2-20

defined 2-4

shared 2-20, 2-22

beacon mode

configuring 2-19

defined 2-2

BFD

configuring authentication 5-10, 5-12

configuring for BGP 5-19

configuring for EIGRP 5-21

configuring for HSRP 5-30

configuring for IS-IS 5-26

configuring for OSPF 5-22

configuring for PIM 5-33

configuring for VRRP 5-31

configuring on an interface 5-10, 5-11

configuring session parameters 5-9

description5-1to 5-4

disable the feature 5-8

echo function 5-3

enable the feature 5-8

examples 5-40

high availability 5-4

licensing 5-4

monitoring 5-39

optimizing subinterfaces 5-14

session parameters 5-2

SHA-1 authentication 5-4

verifying 5-39

virtualization support 5-4

C

cable diagnostics 2-13

carrier delay 2-11

CFSoE

defined 7-11, 7-30

vPCs 7-30

channel modes

active 6-33, 6-34

active mode 6-10

configuring 6-34

default setting 6-10

LACP 6-9

passive 6-33, 6-34

passive mode 6-10

port channels 6-9

clear counters command 2-56, 2-57

Configuring SVI Autostate Exclude 3-20

Congestion Frame Timeout 3-29

counters

interfaces 2-55

D

debounce timer

configuring 2-27

defined 2-3

default settings

access ports 3-9

LACP 6-15

port channels 6-10, 6-15

trunk ports 3-9

VLANs 3-6

description

defined 2-2

documentation

additional publications -xix

conventions -xviii

duplex mode

configuring 2-29

defined 2-5

E

examples

access ports 3-36

LACP 6-52

port channels 6-52

trunk ports 3-36

F

fabric extender

Layer 3 support 4-1

vPC support 7-16

FabricPath 3-1

FCoE 1-2

FEX fabric port channel

configuring minimum links 6-49

Fibre Channel interfaces

default settings 5-6

field descriptions

vPCs 7-63

flow control

defined 2-6

guidelines 2-14

G

graceful consistency check 7-43

guidelines

port channels 6-15

H

hash distribution

adaptive and fixed configuration 6-47

global configuration 6-47

port-channel configuration 6-48

high availability

BFD 5-4

HSRP

vPCs 7-12

I

IEEE 802.1Q

access ports 3-5

STP 3-9

trunk ports 3-3, 3-4

IEEE 802.3ad 6-2

LACP 6-2

Interfaces

routed 4-6

interfaces

access port 3-11

administrative status

configuring 2-38

defined 2-8

bandwidth 4-10

configuring 2-35

dedicated 2-20

defined 2-7

rate mode, configuring 2-20

shared 2-22

bandwidth, configuring 4-10

beacon mode

configuring 2-19

defined 2-2

configuring as routed 4-6

counters 2-55

debounce timer

configuring 2-27

defined 2-3

dedicated bandwidth

configuring 2-20

default settings 4-6, 5-6

description 2-17

defined 2-2

displaying tunnel statistics 8-1

duplex mode

configuring 2-29

defined 2-5

error disabled 2-3

fabric extender 4-1

flow control

configuring 2-31

defined 2-6

guidelines 2-14

host ports 3-12

jumbo MTU, configuring 2-34

LACP 6-8

Layer 2 3-2

loopback 4-4

loopback, configuring 4-15

management 1-3

MDIX

configuring 2-26

defined 2-3

MTU

configuring 2-32, 2-33

defined 2-7

no shutdown 2-38

port channels 6-4

description 6-1

port mode 4-6

port profiles 2-11

range of 2-16

rate mode

configuring 2-20

defined 2-4

restarting 2-38

shutdown 2-38

shutting down 2-38

specifying 2-16

speed

configuring 2-29

defined 2-5

statistics 2-55, 3-36

Layer 2 interfaces 3-36

subinterfaces, configuring 4-9

switching between Layer 2 and Layer 3 2-14

TDR 2-13

throughput delay

configuring 2-37

defined 2-8

trunk ports 3-14

tagged native VLAN traffic 3-25

tunnel 9-9, 9-10, 9-12, 9-13, 9-15, 9-16

tunnels 8-2

types, specifying 2-16

UDLD

configuring 2-40

defined 2-8

verifying 3-35

VLAN network interface 4-3

interface sharing

Layer 3 interfaces 4-1

IP addresses

port channels 6-21

J

jumbo MTU, configuring 2-34

L

LACP 6-2, 7-50

admin key 6-11

channel groups 6-9

channel modes6-9to??, 6-9, ??to 6-10

channel modes, configuring 6-33

configuration example 6-52

configuring 6-33

creating 6-17

default settings 6-15

description6-8to??, 6-8, ??to 6-11

disabling 6-9

enabling 6-33

graceful convergence 6-42

guidelines 6-15

interoperation with other features 6-15

licenses 6-14

limitations 6-15

MAC address 6-11

Marker Protocol 6-11

number of members per channel 6-8

port channels 6-9

port priority 6-41

statistics 6-52

suspend individual 6-44

system ID 6-11, 6-40

system priority 6-11, 6-40

troubleshooting 6-9

VDCs 6-11, 6-13

VPCs 7-23

vPCs 7-15, 7-63

Layer 2 interfaces

about 3-2

verifying 3-35

Layer 2 ports

access 3-2

licenses 3-8

troubleshooting 3-4

trunks 3-2

Layer 3

fabric extender ports 4-1

static MAC address 4-2

Layer 3 interfaces

default settings 4-6

licenses

LACP 6-14

Layer 2 port modes 3-8

port channels 6-14

limitations

port channels 6-15

Link Aggregation Control Protocol. See LACP

load balancing

algorithms 6-7

configuring 6-31, 6-32

default algorithms 6-7

MPLS traffic 6-8

multicast traffic 6-8

per module 6-7

port channels 6-7, 6-8

VDCs 6-7, 6-8

vPCs 7-11

loopback

configuring 4-15

interfaces, default settings 4-6

M

MAC address

vPCs 7-11, 7-15, 7-48

management interfaces

default settings 5-6

management port 1-3

maximum transmission unit. See MTU.

MDIX

configuring 2-26

defined 2-3

medium dependent interface crossover.

See MDIX.

mgmt0 interfaces

default settings 5-6

MIBs 3-38, 6-53, 7-66

minimum links

configuring on FEX fabric port channel 6-49

MTU

configuring 2-32, 2-33

defined 2-7

multicast traffic

load balancing using port channels 6-8

N

native VLAN

FCoE 3-6

O

ort channels

VDCs 6-2

P

PAgP

unsupported 6-3

PAgP, unsupported 6-3

Pause Frame Timeout 3-31

Port Aggregation Protocol. See PAgP.

port channel

active mode 6-34

adding Layer 2 port 6-18

adding Layer 3 port 6-21

admin up 6-25

hash distribution 6-47

passive 6-34

port modes 6-34

statistics 6-52

subinterface 6-21

Port Channel pane

icon 7-63

port channels 6-2

,member ports,configuring 6-5

adding a Layer 3 port 6-21

adding Layer 2 port 6-18

admin up 6-25

bandwidth 6-24

channel modes 6-5, 6-34

channel modes, configuring 6-34

compatibility requirements6-5to??, 6-5, ??to 6-6, 6-19

configuration example 6-52

configuring 6-3

creating 6-17

default settings 6-15

description6-1to??, 6-1, ??to 6-13, 6-27, 6-37

flow control 6-30

forcing ports to join 6-5

guidelines 6-15

interoperation with other features 6-15

IP addresses 6-21

IPv4 6-16

IPv6 6-16, 6-17

IPvr 6-17

LACP 6-9

Layer 2 port channel, adding a port 6-18

Layer 2 port channels 6-1

layer 2 port channels 6-2

Layer 3 port channel, adding a port 6-21

Layer 3 port channels 6-1, 6-2

licenses 6-14

limitations 6-15

load balancing 6-7

maximum per system 6-13

member port configuration 6-6

member ports, configuring 6-5

MTU 6-16, 6-17

numbering 6-13

operational 6-1

purpose 6-3

speed 6-28

statistics 6-52

STP 6-2

subiinterfaces 6-21

subinterfaces 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-21

troubleshooting 6-33

trunk ports 3-9

VDCs 6-7, 6-8, 6-13

verifying 6-51

port profile

configuring 2-44

inheritance 2-12

port profiles 2-11

checkpoint 2-13

enabling 2-47

guidelines 2-12

inheritance 2-46, 2-48

modifying 2-45

removing 2-49

removing inherited port profiles 2-51

Session Manager 2-12

ports

default mode 3-3

Layer 2 3-2

multiple VLANs 3-2

setup script 3-3

R

rate mode

configuring 2-20

defined 2-4

RBH

port-channel hash distribution 6-47

S

shared bandwidth, configuring 2-20

Slow Drain Device Detection 3-28

spanning-tree vlan

command example 3-12, 3-14, 3-15, 3-17, 3-19, 3-26

speed

configuring 2-29

defined 2-5

statistics

interfaces 2-55, 3-36

LACP 6-52

port channels 6-52

tunnels 8-1

STP

EtherChannel 6-2

trunks 3-9

vPCs 7-12, 7-23

subinterfaces

configuring on a physical interface 4-9

Switch 3-7

switchport command 2-14

Switch Virtual Interface and Autostate Behaviour 3-7

T

throughput delay

configuring 2-37

defined 2-8

Time Domain Reflectometry. See TDR.

transceivers

using Cisco supported transceivers 2-13

troubleshooting

port channels 6-2

vPC 7-1, 7-13

vPC peer link 7-3

vPCs 7-3, 7-14, 7-17, 7-18, 7-20, 7-30, 7-63

trunk ports

802.1X 3-9

allowed VLANs 3-6, 3-17

configuration example 3-36

configuring 3-14

default settings 3-9

native VLANs

defined 3-6

ID 3-16

tagging traffic 3-6

port channels 3-9

STP 3-9

tagging VLANs 3-4

troubleshooting 3-8

untagged traffic 3-6

VLANs 3-3

tunnels

creating 9-9, 9-10, 9-12, 9-13, 9-15, 9-16

defined 8-1

description 8-2

displaying statistics 8-1

enabling 8-4, 9-8

VDCs 8-2

U

UDLD

configuring 2-40

defined 2-8

message interval 2-9

vPCs 7-12

Unidirectional Link Detection. See UDLD.

V

VDCs 6-2

LACP 6-11, 6-13

port channels 6-13

trunk ports 3-3

VLANs 3-3

verifying

interfaces 3-35

Layer 2 interfaces 3-35

port channels 6-51

virtual device contexts. See VDCs.

VLAN interfaces

default settings 4-6

VLAN network interfaces

carrier delay 2-11

VLANs

default 3-6

vPC

configuring primary peer device 7-63

configuring secondary peer device 7-63

downstream port channels 7-63

hold-timeout 7-13

orphan ports 7-31, 7-58

peer-keepalive messages 7-13

PVST simulation 7-23

role priority 7-63

system MAC address 7-63

system priority 7-16, 7-23, 7-63

timers 7-13

troubleshooting 7-13

with MST and Rapid PVST+ 7-23

vPC peer link

failover 7-33

number of links 7-3

primary and secondary configuration 7-19, 7-51

synchronize configurations 7-63

traffic pattern 7-11

troubleshooting 7-3, 7-11

vPCs 7-50

Auto-Resolve option 7-63

CFSoE 7-23, 7-30

compatibility parameters 7-17

compatible configurations 7-63

configuration mode 7-5, 7-15, 7-37

configuring 7-34

configuring tracking 7-52

creating 7-63

deleting 7-63

disabling 7-36, 7-63

displaying 7-62

downstream devices 7-2, 7-20, 7-45

dual-redundancy 7-4

enabling 7-35, 7-63

fabric extenders 7-16

failover 7-11, 7-13

field descriptions 7-63

GLBP 7-29

graceful consistency check 7-20

host port 7-5

HSRP 7-12, 7-29, 7-30

icons 7-63

IGMP snooping 7-27

ISSU 7-33

keepalive messages 7-13, 7-24, 7-38, 7-63

LACP 7-15, 7-23, 7-50, 7-63

Layer 3 connectivity 7-12

load balancing 7-11

logging level 7-33

MAC address 7-11, 7-15, 7-48

manual configuration 7-12, 7-34

member port 7-5

modifying 7-63

multicast 7-26

number of 7-2

on single module 7-4, 7-21

overview 7-2

peer devices 7-5, 7-10

peer-keepalive link 7-5, 7-13, 7-38

configuring 7-63

peer-keepalive messages 7-5

peer link 7-3, 7-5

configuring 7-40

peer-link redundancy 7-11

per-VLAN consistency check 7-20

PIM 7-26

port channels 7-63

port mode 7-3, 7-7

prerequisite 7-3

primary device 7-11, 7-13, 7-51

required configuration consistency 7-17, 7-18, 7-44, 7-63

required configuration match 7-17

role priorities 7-63

secondary device 7-11, 7-13, 7-51

statistics 7-63

STP 7-12, 7-23

STP topology 7-24

suspend mode 7-18, 7-19

synchronizing configurations 7-63

synchronizing the vPC peer links 7-63

synchronizing the vPCs 7-63

system priority 7-50

terminology 7-5

timeout 7-13

Topology tab 7-63

troubleshooting 7-3, 7-7, 7-12, 7-14, 7-17, 7-20, 7-26, 7-30, 7-34, 7-63

UDLD 7-12

VDCs 7-31

VLAN interfaces 7-13

VLAN network interfaces 7-12, 7-29

VLANs 7-19

vPC domain ID 7-15, 7-37

vPC number 7-20

vPC role 7-11

vPC system priority 7-16

configuring 7-50, 7-63

vPC Wizard 7-63

VRF recommended 7-5

VRRP 7-29