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CX116 Pass-Through Module V100R001 User Guide 16

This document describes the CX116 gigabit Ethernet (GE) pass through module of the Tecal E9000 server (short for E9000) in terms of its features, installation, removal, and maintenance.
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Table 2-1 Ports





GE electrical port



The panel provides four 2*4 RJ45 connectors. Each CX116 provides 32 GE electrical ports. Each port has one green indicator.

Figure 2-5 Port naming rules

The ports on the CX116 are in GE full-duplex mode. The current version does not support port rate auto-negotiation or duplex mode auto-negotiation between the local and peer ends. Check that the speed and duplex modes on the local CX116 and peer end are the same before any connection.

The logical numbers of the 32 ports are 0 to 31, which are used for running commands remotely. A physical number is in slot number-port number format. Physical numbers are used for locating ports when you connect network cables and view the mapping between the ports on the pass through module and the server slots. The 16 front half-width slots of the E9000 server are numbered 1 to 16. Each slot has two ports: slot number-1 and slot number-2. For example, half-width slot 7 has ports 7-1 and 7-2, and half-width slot 15 has ports 15-1 and 15-2.

Each full-width slot has four ports, which map to two half-width slots. For example, full-width slot 7 maps to half-width slots 7 and 15, and full-width slot 7 has ports 7-1, 7-2, 15-1, and 15-2.

Port Mapping Between a Pass Through Module and a Mezz Module

Port Mapping Between the CX116 and the MZ110

The MZ110 in Mezz2 of the compute node in slot n provides four GE ports: ports 1, 2, 3, and 4. Port 1 and port 2 respectively correspond to slot n-2 and slot n-1 of the CX116 in slot 1E; port 3 and port 4 respectively correspond to slot n-2 and slot n-1 of the CX116 in slot 4E.

Figure 2-6 Port mapping

Port Mapping Between the CX116 and the MZ111

The MZ111 provides four GE ports, including ports 1, 2, 3, and 4. Ports 1 and 3 map to the CX116 in slot 1E, and ports 2 and 4 map to the CX116 of the in slot 4E.

Figure 2-7 Port mapping
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