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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S9300, S9300E, and S9300X V200R012C00

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, CSS, SVF, PoE, OPS, OIDS, energy-saving management, information center, fault management, NTP, synchronous ethernet, PTP.
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Software and Hardware Support for S9300E Service Port Clustering

Software and Hardware Support for S9300E Service Port Clustering

Device Model

  • S9306E

  • S9312E

Software Version

V200R002C00 and later

LPU Model

NOTE:

For details about LPUs, see "Cards" in the Hardware Description of the related device model.

  • LE2D2X08SED4
  • LE2D2X08SED5
  • LE0DX12XSA00
  • LE0DX16SFC00
  • LE0DX40SFC00
  • LE1D2X32SSC0
  • LE1D2X16SSC2
  • LE1D2X08SSC0
  • LE1D2X12SSC0
  • LE1D2L02QFC0

Pluggable Modules on Service Ports

  • 1 m, 3 m, 5 m (passive), and 10 m (active) SFP+ cables

  • SFP+ optical module and fiber

  • 3 m and 10 m SFP+ AOC cables

NOTE:

The LE0DX12XSA00 does not support 3 m and 5 m SFP+ high-speed cables

  • 1 m, 3 m, and 5 m QSFP+ high-speed cables
  • QSFP+ optical module (except the QSFP-40G-SR-BD model) and fiber
  • 10 m QSFP+ AOC cable (supported since V200R009C00)

Usage Constraints

  • On the LE2D2X08SED4 and LE2D2X08SED5 LPUs, at most four ports can be configured as CSS physical member ports. The four physical member ports must be the first four ports (numbered 0 to 3) or the last four ports (numbered 4 to 7) on the LPUs.

  • On the LE1D2X08SSC0, LE1D2X12SSC0, LE0DX16SFC00, LE0DX40SFC00, LE1D2X32SSC0 and LE1D2X16SSC2 LPUs, four contiguous ports must be configured as a group of physical member ports together. The port numbers of the four ports must start with 4xN and end with 4xN+3 (N = 0, 1, 2...). For example, ports 0 to 3 or ports 4 to 7 must be configured together, but ports 2 to 5 cannot be configured together. If any port in a group is configured as a physical member port, the other three ports of the same group must also be configured as physical member ports.

The interconnected CSS physical member ports on the two member switches must be both 40GE ports. XGE ports derived from a 40GE port cannot be added to a logical CSS port.

Hardware Configuration

  • Only two S9306E switches, two S9312E switches, or one S9306E and one S9312E can set up a CSS.
  • MPUs in one chassis must be the same model. MPUs in the local and peer chassis can be different models but are recommended to be the same model.

  • Each chassis can have at most two LPUs for CSS connection. It is recommended that you use the same type of LPUs in a chassis for CSS connection. The two chassis must use the same type of ports for CSS connection, for example, 10GE SFP+ optical ports.

  • Each LPU allows only one logical CSS port. Each logical CSS port supports a maximum of 32 physical member ports.

  • Some ports on an LPU can function as CSS ports, while other ports on the LPU function as service ports.

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Updated: 2018-09-03

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