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CX710 Switch Module V100R001 User Guide 12

This document describes the CX710 40GE converged switch module of the E9000 server in terms of its features, installation, removal, and configuration.

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Ports

Ports

This topic describes the features, numbering rules, names, types, and quantities of the CX710 ports.

The CX710 provides ports for users to operate and configure. The ports are used to send and receive data.

The CX710 Ethernet ports are numbered in Slot number/Subcard number/Port number format.

  • Slot number: indicates the slot number of the current switch module. The value ranges from 1 to 4, mapping to slot numbers 1E, 2X, 3X, and 4E. The slot number is equal to the stacking ID. You can set or modify the stacking ID as required.
  • Subcard number: indicates the number of a subcard supported by service ports. The value ranges from 1 to 19.
  • Port number: indicates the serial number of the port on the subcard.

For details about the values, see Figure 2-5, Table 2-2, and Table 2-3.

For example, if the CX710 is in slot 2X, the first GE port on the upper right on the panel is numbered 40GE 2/17/8, as shown in Figure 2-5.

Figure 2-5 Ports
Table 2-2 External ports

Name

Type

Quantity

Subcard Number

Port Number

Description

Serial port

RJ45

2

-

-

The serial ports include a BMC port and a SYS port. These two ports comply with RS232 and have no indicators.

  • BMC port: used to log in to the BMC CLI. It is represented by the bmccom option on the CLI.
  • SYS serial port: used to locally manage, maintain, and commission the 40GE converged switching plane. It is represented by the fabriccom option on the CLI.

The serial port baud rate of the BMC and 40GE converged switching plane is 115200 bit/s.

40GE optical port

QSFP+

8

17

The port number ranges from 1 to 8. The ports are numbered in ascending order from bottom to top.

Used to connect to external networks or stack switch modules.

Each port provides one indicator.

Ports 1 to 6 can be split into four 10GE ports. Ports 7 and 8 cannot be split.

Table 2-3 Internal ports

Name

Type

Quantity

Subcard Number

Port Number

Description

Example

40GE port

-

16

1 to 16

The port number is 1.

The ports are connected to front half-width slots 01 to 16. The 16 subcard numbers of the ports map to the 16 front slot numbers.

If the CX710 is in slot 2X, the port connected to the compute node in slot 1 is numbered 40GE 2/1/1.

40GE port

-

2

18

The port number ranges from 1 to 2.

The port is used to interconnect the switch modules in slots 1E and 4E or in slots 2X and 3X.

This port can be used as a stack port.

If the CX710 is in slot 2X, the ports are numbered 40GE 2/18/1 and 40GE 2/18/2.

10GE port

-

2

19

The port number ranges from 1 to 2.

The two 10GE ports connect to and communicate with two MM910s.

If the CX710 is in slot 2X, the ports are numbered 10GE 2/19/1 and 10GE 2/19/2.

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