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OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01 Planning Guide 07

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Networking Ports

Networking Ports

Figure 3-5 shows the ports for node networking.

Figure 3-5  Port layout

Table 3-1 describes ports used on nodes when both the front-end service and back-end storage networks are 56Gb IB networks.

Table 3-1  Usage of node ports

Port Name

Port Type

Access Network

Description

A0-0 and B3-0

56Gb IB port

Back-end storage network

The two ports are used to connect to IB switches on the back-end storage network and each of them is assigned one back-end storage network IP address.

A0-1 and B3-1

56Gb IB port

Front-end service network

The two ports are used to connect to 10GE switches on the front-end service network and each of them is assigned one front-end service network IP address.

NIC0

GE electrical port

Management network

The first three nodes in an OceanStor 9000 cluster provide management and maintenance ports, which connect to S5752/CE5800 switches.

You do not need to assign IP addresses independently for the ports because the management IP address set for the cluster floats among the ports.

IPMI

FE electrical port

Management network

The IPMI port connects to an S5752/CE5800 switch and is assigned one management network IP address. The IPMI port IP address and the cluster management IP address must be on the same network segment.

NOTE:

IPMI ports are FE electrical ports, so switches interconnected with IPMI ports must be 100 Mbit/s Ethernet switches or switches supporting 100/1000 Mbit/s auto-sensing ports.

Table 3-2 describes ports used by nodes when the front-end service network uses 10GE network and the back-end storage network uses 56Gb IB network.

Table 3-2  Usage of node ports

Port Name

Port Type

Access Network

Description

A0-0 and A0-1

56Gb IB port

Back-end storage network

The two ports are used to connect to IB switches on the back-end storage network and each of them is assigned one back-end storage network IP address.

B3-0 and B3-1

10GE port

Front-end service network

The two ports are used to connect to 10GE switches on the user's network and each of them is assigned one front-end service network IP address.

NIC0

GE electrical port

Management network

The first three nodes in an OceanStor 9000 cluster provide management and maintenance ports, which connect to S5752/CE5800 switches.

You do not need to assign IP addresses independently for the ports because the management IP address set for the cluster floats among the ports.

IPMI

FE electrical port

Management network

The IPMI port connects to an S5752/CE5800 switch and is assigned one management network IP address. The IPMI port IP address and the cluster management IP address must be on the same network segment.

NOTE:

IPMI ports are FE electrical ports, so switches interconnected with IPMI ports must be 100 Mbit/s Ethernet switches or switches supporting 100/1000 Mbit/s auto-sensing ports.

NOTE:

If both the front-end and back-end networks are IB networks, ensure that the type of IB network adapters is the same.

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Updated: 2018-10-27

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