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CX11x, CX31x, CX710 (Earlier Than V6.03), and CX91x Series Switch Modules V100R001C10 Configuration Guide 13

The documents describe the configuration of various services supported by the CX11x&CX31x&CX91x series switch modules The description covers configuration examples and function configurations.
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This topic describes how to synchronize the currently used configuration file of a switch module to the specified directory on the MM910 for centralized management. After the synchronization function is disabled, the configuration file of the switch module is locally managed.

The following describes scenarios for synchronizing the configuration file of the switch module to the MM910:
  • After being started, the switch module downloads the corresponding configuration file in the specified directory on the MM910.
  • After the configuration file of the switch module is changed, the switch module uploads the new configuration file to the specified directory on the MM910.
The following describes the three scenarios when the switch module downloads its configuration file from the MM910 during startup:
  • The switch module uses the downloaded configuration file for startup.
  • If the MM910 contains no configuration file, the switch module uses the default configuration for startup.
  • If the MM910 is not detected or cannot be communicated with, the switch module restarts in Normal mode or uses the default configuration for startup in Debug mode.

    If the synchronization function is enabled but the MM910 is not detected, the switch module restarts repeatedly due to the failure of communication with the MM910. You can enter the BIOS to enable Debug mode by choosing BIOS > 4. Modify startup parameters > 3. Modify startup mode > 2-Debug. After Debug mode is enabled, enter the service plane and disable the synchronization function.

    The Debug mode setting takes effect immediately, but the mode will be restored to Normal after the MM910 is restarted.

The following describes five scenarios when the switch module uploads its configuration file to the MM910:
  • The save command is executed.
  • The startup saved-configuration is executed.
  • The reboot is executed.
  • The reset saved-configuration is executed and Y is entered.
  • The configuration file is synchronized every five minutes.
When the system runs save and startup saved-configuration for synchronizing the configuration file, or the configuration file is synchronized every five minutes, the command-line interface (CLI) does not display any information. When the system runs reboot and reset saved-configuration for synchronizing the configuration file, you cannot run any command on the CLI.

The switch centralized management configuration function enables you to set ports, which connect switch modules and NICs. When this function is enabled,configuration files cannot be synchronized to the MM910, that is, switch configuration synchronization fails.

The names of different switch module configuration files are different on the MM910. The following describes the configuration file name mapping for switch modules.
  • The configuration file of the CX110 is 3_1_1.cfg.
  • The configuration file of the CX111 or CX915 is 6_1_1.cfg.
  • The configuration file of the CX310 is 2_1_1.cfg.
  • The configuration file of the CX311 is 34_1_1.cfg.
  • The configuration file of the CX312 is 18_1_1.cfg.
  • The configuration file of the CX710 is 8_1_1.cfg.
  • The configuration file for the 10GE switching plane on the CX910, CX911. CX912 or CX913 switches is 1_1_1.cfg.
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Updated: 2019-12-13

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