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OceanStor 18500 V3 and 18800 V3 Mission Critical Storage System V300R003 Basic Storage Service Guide for File 16

"This document describes the basic storage services and explains how to configure and managebasic storage services."
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Checking Before Configuration

Checking Before Configuration

Check whether the software installation and initial configuration meet the storage space requirements.

Checking Licenses

Log in to the DeviceManager. Check whether licenses have been imported and contain the same basic or value-added features as you purchased.
  • If licenses are not imported, import them by following instructions in Initializing the Storage System in the Installation Guide.
  • If the licenses are different from those you purchased, contact technical support.

Checking Network Connection Status

Table 3-1 lists the check items and provides the check methods.
Table 3-1  Network connection status checklist

Category

Check Item

Check Method

Connection between the maintenance terminal and storage system

Check whether the management network port on the storage system communicates with the maintenance terminal properly.

In the command-line interface (CLI) mode on the maintenance terminal, run the following command:
  • For IPv4, ping ip (where ip indicates the IP address of the management network port).
  • For IPv6, ping6 ip (where ip indicates the IP address of the management network port).

If the maintenance terminal receives data packets from the management network port, the communication between the storage system and maintenance terminal is normal. Check whether the physical link is up and then whether the IP address is correctly configured.

Connection between the storage system and application server (using the Windows-based application server as an example)

When an iSCSI host port on the storage system is used for connection, check whether the iSCSI host port communicates with the service network port on the application server properly.

On the CLI of the application server, run the following command:
  • For IPv4, ping ip (where ip indicates the IP address of the iSCSI host port).
  • For IPv6, ping6 ip (where ip indicates the IP address of the iSCSI host port).

If the application server receives data packets from the iSCSI host port, the communication between the storage system and application server is normal. If the application server receives no data packets from the iSCSI host port, replace network cable, change the IP address of the iSCSI host port or add a route between the iSCSI host port and service network port and try again. For details about how to change the IP address of an iSCSI host port or add a route between an iSCSI host port and a service network port, see the DeviceManager online help.

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Updated: 2019-08-14

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