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FusionStorage V100R006C20 Block Storage Service Planning Guide 05

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Cabling Rules

Cabling Rules

This section describes how to plan and use ports on switches during installation and deployment of FusionStorage.

Figure 3-8 shows the 25GE RoCE networking in separate deployment mode.
Figure 3-8  25GE RoCE networking in separate deployment mode
NOTE:

You can connect compute nodes to aggregation switches directly or through access switches based on your network requirements.

This section takes ten storage nodes and four compute nodes as an example to illustrate the physical networking rules of the nodes.

Figure 3-9 shows an example of planning ports on a CE6800 switch.
Figure 3-9  Example of planning ports on a CE6800 switch

  • Storage and compute ports

    Each CE6800 switch uses fourteen 25GE ports to sequentially connect to each node.

    Port connections for storage nodes
    • 2288H V5 12-slot Nodes/2288H V5 16-slot Nodes
      • Switch CE6800-1 connects to port SLOT3-0 on each node.
      • Switch CE6800-2 connects to port SLOT3-1 on each node.
    Port connections for compute nodes
    • 2288H V5 12-slot Nodes/2288H V5 16-slot Nodes
      • Switch CE6800-1 connects to port SLOT3-0 on each node.
      • Switch CE6800-2 connects to port SLOT3-1 on each node.
  • Stack ports

    Two CE6800 switches are stacked using two 100GE ports.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent an adverse impact on other ports, you are advised to run the shutdown command to disable the reserved ports. For details about the shutdown command, refer to related switch documentation.

  • ETH management network ports

    Used to manage switches. The two ports connect to the BMC/Management network switch (CE5800).

Figure 3-10 shows an example of planning ports on a CE5800 switch.

Figure 3-10  Example of planning ports on a CE5800 switch

  • Mgmt downstream ports

    The CE5800 switch connects to the Mgmt ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • NIC1 ports

    Each CE5800 switch connects to the NIC1 port of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • Switch management ports

    Switch management ports connect to the ETH management network ports on the front of the two CE6800 switches.

  • Upstream aggregation ports

    Each CE5800 switch connects to upstream aggregation switches through two Ethernet ports.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent an adverse impact on other ports, you are advised to run the shutdown command to disable the reserved ports. For details about the shutdown command, refer to related switch documentation.

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