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OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01 Planning Guide 07

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Networking Ports

Networking Ports

Figure 2-6 shows the networking ports used on P/C/M nodes.

Figure 2-6  Networking ports used on P/C/M nodes

Table 2-1 describes ports used on P/C/M nodes when both the front-end service and back-end storage networks are 10GE networks.

Table 2-1  Usage of node ports

Port Name

Port Type

Network

Description

A0-0 and B3-0

10GE optical port

Back-end storage network

Each port connects to a CE6800 switch and is assigned one back-end storage network IP address.

A0-1 and B3-1

10GE optical port

Front-end service network

Each port connects to a 10GE switch on the front-end service network and 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 ports. The ports connect to an S5752/CE5800 switch.

There is no need to assign IP addresses for the ports separately because the management IP address for the cluster floats among these ports.

IPMI

FE electrical port

Management network

The IPMI is connected to an S5752/CE5800 switch and is assigned one management and maintenance 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 you need to use FE switches or FE-GE auto-sensing switches to connect to the IPMI ports.

Table 2-2 describes ports used on P/C/M nodes when the front-end service network uses GE network and the back-end storage network is 10GE network.

Table 2-2  Usage of node ports

Port Name

Port Type

Network

Description

A0-0 and A0-1

10GE optical port

Back-end storage network

Each port connects to a CE6800 switch and is assigned one back-end storage network IP address.

One GE network adapter: B3-0 and B3-1

Two GE network adapters: B3-0 and B3-1, B2-0 and B2-1

GE electrical port

Front-end service network

When one GE network adapter is configured, B3-0 and B3-1 connect to a GE switch on the customer's service network and each is assigned one front-end service network IP address. When two GE network adapters are configured, each of B3-0, B3-1, B2-0, and B2-1 is assigned one front-end service network IP address.

NIC0

GE electrical port

Management network

The first three nodes in OceanStor 9000 cluster provide management ports. The ports connect to an S5752/CE5800 switch.

There is no need to assign IP addresses for the ports separately because the management IP address for the cluster floats among these ports.

IPMI

FE electrical port

Management network

The IPMI is connected to an S5752/CE5800 switch and is assigned one management and maintenance 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 you need to use FE switches or FE-GE auto-sensing switches to connect to the IPMI ports.

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