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MZ220 NIC V100R001 User Guide 06

This document describes the MZ220 in terms of its functions, appearance, features, configuration methods, and application examples.
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Configuring SAN Boot

Configuring SAN Boot

Configure SAN Boot on the Device Management page of Boot Manager as follows:

  1. During boot, press F11 to enter the Boot Manager.
  2. Select Device Management and press Enter.

    Figure 4-16 Device Management in Boot Manager

  3. Select a port and press Enter.

    Figure 4-17 Selecting a port for SAN Boot

  4. Select Set Boot from SAN and press Enter.

    Figure 4-18 Selecting Set Boot from SAN

  5. Select Enable and press Enter. By default, SAN Boot is disabled.

    Figure 4-19 Enabling SAN Boot

  6. Scan for disk arrays.

    Select Scan for Fibre Devices and press Enter. The screen for scanning for disk arrays is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-20. If the MZ220 is successfully connected to disk arrays, information about the disk arrays is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-20.

    Figure 4-20 Selecting Scan for Fibre Devices
    Figure 4-21 Disk array information

  7. Add a SAN Boot device.

    1. Press Escto return to the previous screen. Select Add Boot Device and press Enter.
      Figure 4-22 Selecting Add Boot Device
    2. Select a disk array found in scanning and press Enter.
      Figure 4-23 Selecting a disk array found in scanning
    3. Select a LUN and press Enter.
      Figure 4-24 Selecting a LUN
    4. Select Commit Changes and press Enter.
      Figure 4-25 Committing changes

      The SAN Boot device is added successfully.

  8. (Optional) Delete a SAN Boot device.

    1. Select Delete Boot Deviceand press Enter.
      Figure 4-26 Selecting Delete Boot Device
    2. Select a boot device to delete and press Enter.
      Figure 4-27 Selecting a boot device to delete
    3. Select DELETE and press Enter.
      Figure 4-28 Deleting the boot device
    4. Select Commit Changes and press Enter.
      Figure 4-29 Committing changes

      The boot device is deleted successfully.

  9. (Optional) Change the SAN Boot device order.

    1. Select Change Boot Device Order and press Enter.
      Figure 4-30 Selecting Change Boot Device Order
    2. Select Boot Device Order and press Enter.
      Figure 4-31 Selecting Boot Device Order
    3. Select a device you want to reorder and press F5 (move downward) or F6 (move upward). After the order is set, press Tab and select OK. Then press Enter.
      Figure 4-32 Changing the boot device order
    4. Select Commit Changes and press Enter.
      Figure 4-33 Committing changes

      The boot device order is changed successfully.

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Updated: 2019-01-26

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