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MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide 24

This document provides the product description, installation and configuration methods, and common operations of the E9000 server chassis management module MM910.
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Configuration Process

Configuration Process

Configuration Process

Figure 4-31 shows the easyLink configuration process.

Figure 4-31 Configuration process

Table 4-20 shows the easyLink configuration process.

Table 4-20 Configuration process

Phase

Description

Log in to the MM910 WebUI.

Log in to the HMM WebUI using a browser.

Enable centralized switch management.

Centralized switch management allows you to configure the network settings of switch modules and network interface card (NIC) modules.

NOTE:

If centralized switch management is enabled, switch module configurations cannot be saved on the CLI. After a switch module restarts, the original configurations on the switch module CLI will not be available and only the easyLink configuration takes effect. Therefore, complete all easyLink configurations after centralized switch management is enabled.

Create a switch profile.

A switch profile includes the following:

  • Basic network information configuration
    • Management network port IP address
    • Login passwords: You can modify the serial port, administrator, and root user passwords.
    • SNMP information
  • Uplink configuration
    • Panel ports: You can split or combine ports and configure flexible NICs
    • Uplink ports: Configure communication channels between the Business VLANs and the external network, that is, the links between E9000 switch modules and external switches.
    • Business VLANs: Configure the types of data services exchanged between the chassis and external switches
    • Fault awareness: Configure fault awareness to improve network stability.
  • FC network configuration: FCoE forwarder (FCF), N Port Virtualization (NPV), or FIP Snooping Bridge (FSB) working mode
NOTE:

FIP stands for FCoE Initialization Protocol.

Create a NIC profile.

A NIC profile includes configuration of the following:

  • NIC teaming: Binds the physical ports on the compute node NICs.
  • virtual NIC (vNIC): Create vNICs on NIC teaming. A vNIC is similar to a business VLAN.

Associate the profile with slots.

Associate a NIC profile with one or more compute node slots.

Apply the switch profile.

Apply a switch profile to compute nodes. Both online and offline deliveries are supported.

Switch profiles can be applied online or offline. However, the first apply operation must be offline. An offline apply operation will restart the switch modules, whereas the online apply operation will not.

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Updated: 2019-04-10

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