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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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easyLink Network Info

easyLink Network Info

Overview

Screenshot

Function

This page allows you to view the basic information and heath status of switch modules. Basic information includes the device model, work relation, and stack status. The health status includes the CPU usage and threshold, memory usage and threshold, and available and used flash memory.

NOTE:

You can view switch module information only when the following requirements are met:

  • Switch centralized management is enabled.
  • SNMP is enabled in the switch profile settings.
  • According to the switching policies, the management network port properly communicates with the MM910.
  • Switch profiles have been delivered to the slots.
Table 7-72 Parameter description

Section

Parameter

Description

Basic Info

Switch Type

Indicates the type of the switch module in the slot.

Work Relation

Specifies the work relationship between a pair of switch modules in slots 2X/3X or 1E/4E.

Value:

  • Stack: The switch modules are stacked and present as one switch for management.
  • Twin: The switch modules are mutually backed up for each other on the dual-plane, that is, the service configuration of the two switches are the same.

Stack State

Values are as follows:

  • Unstacked: indicates that the work relation of switch modules is Stack but only one switch module is present, or that the deployment mode is Twin.
  • Master: indicates that the switch module manages the stack.
  • Standby: indicates that the switch module is standby and will take over all services from the master switch when the master switch fails.

Health Status

CPU Usage

Indicates the current CPU usage of the switch module. The CPU usage is in red when it exceeds the threshold.

CPU Usage Upper Threshold

Indicates the maximum CPU usage during normal running.

Total Flash Memory (KB)

Indicates the used flash memory capacity.

Memory Usage

Indicates the current memory usage of the switch module. The memory usage is in red when it exceeds the threshold.

Memory Usage Upper Threshold

Indicates the maximum memory usage during normal running.

Remaining Flash Memory(KB)

Indicates the remaining flash memory capacity.

Ethernet Plane Info

GUI

Function

This page shows information about switch module ports.

Table 7-73 Function description

Parameter

Description

Physical Port

Indicates a physical port on the Ethernet plane.

Port Description

Values are as follows:

  • Panel port: indicates the port type.
  • Internal stack port: indicates the function of the port.
  • Internal port connected to the management module: indicates the function of the port.
  • slotN mezzL:M: indicates the peer device connected to the switch module downlink port. (N: indicates the compute node slot number. L indicates the subcard number. M indicates the serial number of the port.)
  • Empty: indicates that the switch module downlink port is not connected to a NIC port or the system fails to obtain NIC information (because the BMC version or NIC does not contain the information).

Speed (Mbit/s)

Indicates the speed of a physical port on the Ethernet plane. The unit is Mbit/s.

Port Status

Indicates the switch module port status. Values are Up and Down.

Unicast (In) (packets)

Indicates the number of ingress unicast packets on the port.

Discarded (In) (packets)

Indicates the number of ingress discarded packets on the port.

Errors (In) (packets)

Indicates the number of ingress error packets on the port.

Total Bytes (In) (bytes)

Indicates the total number of ingress bytes on the port.

Unicast (Out) (packets)

Indicates the number of egress unicast packets on the port.

Discarded (Out) (packets)

Indicates the number of egress discarded packets on the port.

Errors (Out) (packets)

Indicates the number of egress error packets on the port.

Total Bytes (Out) (bytes)

Indicates the total number of egress bytes on the port.

FC Plane Info

GUI

Function

This page allows you to view information about the links on the FC plane of switch modules. Information includes the work mode, port status, and topology information.

NOTE:

The CX320 does not support FC information query.

Table 7-74 Function description

Section

Parameter

Description

Basic Info

Working Mode

Indicates the work mode of the FC plane.

Time

Indicates the current system time.

FCoE Data VLAN

Indicates the ID of the FCoE data VLAN. This parameter is available only for the CX311.

Port Status

Physical Port

Indicates a physical port on the FC plane.

Port Type

Indicates the type of a physical port on the FC plane. Values are FC and FCoE.

Speed

Indicates the speed of a physical port on the FC plane. Values are as follows:

  • Auto: The port speed is automatically negotiated.
  • 8Gb/s: The port speed is 8 Gb/s.
  • 10Gb/s: The port speed is 10 Gb/s.

Port Status

Indicates the status of a physical port on the FC plane. Values are Offline and Online.

Topology information: shows the logical networking relationship between switch modules and NICs and between switch modules and storage, as shown in Figure 7-24. The information is available only when the FC plane working mode is Switch.

Figure 7-24 Topology information

MAC Address Info

GUI

Function

This page allows you to view the MAC addresses of switch module ports.

Querying MAC Addresses
  1. Select a port to be queried from the Physical Port drop-down list box.
  2. Click Query.

    The MAC Addresses area displays the MAC address information of the port. If there are many MAC addresses, it takes more time to display all the MAC addresses.

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Updated: 2019-04-10

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