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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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Network Settings

Network Settings

MMs

GUI

Function

Table 7-11 describes the MMs parameters.

Table 7-11 MMs parameters

Item

Description

MMs

You can set the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap information for the MM910, and enable or disable the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) function.

For details, see Setting MM910 Network Information.

Setting MM910 Network Information
NOTE:

You can set the DHCP and Static IP address parameters of the standby MM910 after logging in to its WebUI. To perform other operations, log in to the WebUI of the active MM910.

  1. Choose Network Settings > MMs.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Set network parameters.

    Table 7-12 describes the parameters.

    Table 7-12 Parameter description

    Entry

    Parameter

    Description

    IPv4 Configuration

    Static IP address of the active MM

    The fixed IP address of the active MM is consistent with the eth0 IP address queried by ifconfig. A PC can log in to the command-line interface (CLI) and web user interface (WebUI) of the MM910 over the static IP address.

    • DHCP
    • If you set DHCP to ON, the DHCP server automatically assigns a static IP address.
    • If you set DHCP to OFF, you need to manually set a static IP addresses.
    • IP address: The value must be in the dotted-decimal format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, where the value range of xxx is 0 to 255. If it is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the IP address is deleted.
    • Subnet mask: The value must be in the dotted-decimal format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, where the value range of xxx is 0 to 255.

    Static IP address of the standby MM

    The fixed IP address of the standby MM is consistent with the eth0 IP address queried by ifconfig. A PC can log in to the command-line interface (CLI) and web user interface (WebUI) of the MM910 over the static IP address.

    • DHCP
    • If you set DHCP to ON, the DHCP server automatically assigns a static IP address.
    • If you set DHCP to OFF, you need to manually set a static IP addresses.
    • IP address: The value must be in the dotted-decimal format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, where the value range of xxx is 0 to 255. If it is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the IP address is deleted.
    • Subnet mask: The value must be in the dotted-decimal format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, where the value range of xxx is 0 to 255.

    Floating IP address

    A publicly-accessible IP address that is mapped to the MM910s working in active/standby mode. The floating IP address is always mapped to the active MM910. To query the floating IP address, run the ifconfig command. The value of eth0:0 is the floating IP address.

    • IP address: The value must be in the dotted-decimal format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, where the value range of xxx is 0 to 255. If it is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the IP address is deleted.
    • Subnet mask: The value must be in the dotted-decimal format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, where the value range of xxx is 0 to 255.

    Default Gateway

    • Configured gateway: indicates the default gateway specified for the MM910 over the device management interface. If the value is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the configured gateway is deleted.
    • Effective gateway: indicates the default gateway that is currently effective.

    IPv6 Configuration

    Static IP address of the active MM

    The fixed IP address of the active MM is consistent with the eth0 IP address queried by ifconfig. A PC can log in to the command-line interface (CLI) and web user interface (WebUI) of the MM910 over the static IP address.

    • DHCP
    • If you set DHCP to ON, the DHCP server automatically assigns a static IP address.
    • If you set DHCP to OFF, you need to manually set a static IP addresses.
    • IP address: The value must be in the xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx format, where xxxx ranges from 0 to FFFF. If it is :: or empty, the IPv6 address is deleted.
    • Prefix length: an integer from 0 to 128.
    • Effective gateway: Used for local link communication.
    • IP address List supports a maximum of fifteen IPv6 addresses when stateless address autoconfiguration (SLAAC) is used.

    Static IP address of the standby MM

    The fixed IP address of the standby MM is consistent with the eth0 IP address queried by ifconfig. A PC can log in to the command-line interface (CLI) and web user interface (WebUI) of the MM910 over the static IP address.

    • DHCP
    • If you set DHCP to ON, the DHCP server automatically assigns a static IP address.
    • If you set DHCP to OFF, you need to manually set a static IP addresses.
    • IP address: The value must be in the xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx format, where xxxx ranges from 0 to FFFF. If it is :: or empty, the IPv6 address is deleted.
    • Prefix length: an integer from 0 to 128.
    • Effective gateway: Used for local link communication.
    • IP address List supports a maximum of fifteen IPv6 addresses when stateless address autoconfiguration (SLAAC) is used.

    Floating IP address

    A publicly-accessible IP address that is mapped to the MM910s working in active/standby mode. The floating IP address is always mapped to the active MM910. To query the floating IP address, run the ifconfig command. The value of eth0:0 is the floating IP address.

    • IP address: The value must be in the xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx format, where xxxx ranges from 0 to FFFF. If it is :: or empty, the IPv6 address is deleted.
    • Prefix length: an integer from 0 to 128.

    Default Gateway

    • Configured gateway: indicates the default gateway specified for the MM910 over the device management interface. If the value is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the configured gateway is deleted.
    • Effective gateway: indicates the default gateway that is currently effective.

    DNS & DDNS

    DNS

    Domain Name System (DNS): Specifies a distributed database mapping domain names to IP addresses. Users can easily access the Internet without remembering IP address character strings. Domain name resolution refers to the process of obtaining the IP address based on the corresponding host name.

    • Preferred server name: Indicates the preferred DNS server.
    • The value is an IPv4 address in the format of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.
    • Alternate server name: Indicates the alternate DNS server.
    • The value is an IPv4 address in the format of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.
    NOTE:

    The DNS applies to only LDAP but not NTP and SMTP.

    DDNS

    Dynamic Domain Name Server (DDNS): maps the user's dynamic IP address to a fixed domain name resolution service. When the user connects the Internet, the client program transmits the dynamic IP address of the host to the server program located on the host of the service provider, and the server program provides users with DNS services and analyzes the dynamic domain name.

    • Host name: Indicates the host name of the MM910.
    • The value is a string of 1 to 64 characters. The host name contains letters, digits, and hyphens (-), but cannot start or end with a hyphen.
    • Domain name: Indicates the domain name of the MM910.
    • The value is a string of 0 to 255 characters. A blank space indicates that the domain name is cleared.

    SNMP Trap

    Trap

    If you set Trap to Disable, you do not need to set Trap version, Trap port NO., and Trap address.

    Trap mode

    • Event code mode: An event code is used as the ID of a trap event. This mode is used by default.
    • Object identifier (OID) mode: The OID of an SNMP node is used as the ID of a trap event.

    Trap version

    SNMP version used to send trap messages to the upper-layer network management system (NMS). The SNMP trap version can be any of the following:

    • SNMPv1
    • SNMPv2c
    • SNMPv3

    Default value: SNMPv3

    Trap port No.

    Port through which the upper-layer NMS receives SNMP trap message from the MM910s.

    Value range: 1 to 65535

    Trap address

    IP address of the upper-layer NMS server that receives trap messages from the MM910s.

    NOTE:

    If the Trap address is configured with an IPv6 address and the Trap version is SNMPv1, the source address of the trap messages is the IPv4 address of the HMM.

    When you set DHCP to ON, modify Static IP address or Floating IP address, or set Default Gateway, the client may disconnect from the MM910.

  4. Click Save to save the settings.

Blades

Screen Shot

Function

Set the iMana 200 or iBMC management port IP address, subnet mask, and gateway IP address of compute nodes. Table 7-13 describes the node parameters.

Preset: After the preset function is enabled, you can preset the iMana 200 or iBMC IP addresses of compute nodes. After compute nodes become present, they automatically obtain the preset IP addresses.

DHCP: specifies the way of configuring the iMana 200 or iBMC IP address of all compute nodes. If it is set to Enable, the DHCP server automatically assigns IP addresses for the compute nodes. If it is set to Disable, the iMana 200 or iBMC IP addresses of compute nodes need to be manually configured. You can also change the way of configuring the Mana 200 or iBMC IP address for a compute node by setting this parameter.

NOTE:

Before installing a compute node configured with an IP address, ensure that the IP address is different from the preset IP addresses of other slots.

Batch Setting: Enter a value in Start IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway, and click Apply. In the lower pane, the BMC management port IP addresses will be added in ascending order. The subnet mask and default gateway IP address remain unchanged.

Table 7-13 Node parameters

Item

Description

Blades

After the iMana 200 or iBMC IP address is configured, clicking the compute node slot number will direct super domain administrators with KVM permission to the iMana 200 login page or the iBMC home page, and other users to the iMana 200 or iBMC login page. After the MM910 WebUI is closed, the iBMC page opened without login will be closed too.

NOTE:
  • BMC Management Network Port IP address must not be on the internal network segment (default: 172.31.X.X).
  • If BMC Management Network Port IP address is 0.0.0.0 or empty, or if Delete is selected, the BMC management network port IP address is deleted.
  • DHCP:
    • Enable: The DHCP server automatically assigns IP addresses.
    • Disable: Manually configure the IP addresses.

Switch Modules

Screenshot

Function

Table 7-14 describes the Switch Modules parameters.

Table 7-14 Switch Modules parameters

Parameter

Switching Plane

Description

Swi

Base and Fabric switching planes

You can set the management network port IP addresses, subnet masks, and routes for the Base and Fabric switching planes.

NOTE:
  • If Management Network Port IP address is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the management network port IP address is deleted.
  • You can set Management Network Port IP address even if it is not displayed.

The Base and Fabric switching planes are describes as follows:

  • Base: specifies the GE switching plane.
  • Fabric: specifies the 10GE switching plane.
NOTE:

After configuring a switch module, click Save to Mgmt Module after clicking Save. Otherwise, the management network port IP addresses and subnet masks are lost after the switch module restarts.

FC switching plane

You can set the management network port IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for the FC switching plane.

NOTE:
  • If Management Network Port IP address is 0.0.0.0 or empty, the management network port IP address is deleted.
  • You can set Management Network Port IP address even if it is not displayed.
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