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FusionStorage OBS 7.0 Planning Guide 06

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Typical Networking Modes

Typical Networking Modes

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

Figure 2-11 shows the networking mode.

Figure 2-11 Networking mode in which front and back ends use separate switches

The following uses six storage nodes as an example to describe the physical connection rules of switches.

Front-end 25GE Networking and Back-end 25GE Networking

Figure 2-12 shows an example of front-end switch port planning.

Figure 2-12 Example of front-end switch port planning
  • Storage node ports

    Each switch uses six 25GE ports to connect to storage nodes in sequence.

  • Aggregation ports

    Each switch uses four 100GE ports to connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Stacking ports

    The two switches are stacked using two 100GE ports for each.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-13 shows an example of back-end switch port planning.

Figure 2-13 Example of back-end switch port planning
  • Storage node ports

    Each switch uses six 25GE ports to connect to storage nodes in sequence.

  • Aggregation ports

    Each switch uses four 100GE ports to connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Stacking ports

    The two switches are stacked using two 100GE ports for each.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-14 shows the ports on the BMC switch.
Figure 2-14 Example of BMC switch port planning
  • Mgmt ports

    Six GE ports connect to the Mgmt ports on each storage node.

  • Aggregation ports

    Two 10GE ports connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-15 shows an example of management switch port planning.

Figure 2-15 Example of management switch port planning
  • NIC ports

    Six GE ports connect to the NIC ports on each storage node.

  • Switch management ports

    Connect to the ETH management network port of each front-end switch, back-end switch, and BMC switch.

  • Aggregation ports

    Two 10GE ports connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Front-end 10GE Networking and Back-end 10GE Networking

Figure 2-16 shows an example of front-end switch port planning.

Figure 2-16 Example of front-end switch port planning
  • Storage node ports

    Each switch uses six 10GE ports to connect to storage nodes in sequence.

  • Aggregation ports

    Each switch uses six 40GE ports to connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Stacking ports

    Two switches are stacked using four 10GE ports respectively.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-17 shows an example of back-end switch port planning.

Figure 2-17 Example of back-end switch port planning
  • Storage node ports

    Each switch uses six 10GE ports to connect to storage nodes in sequence.

  • Aggregation ports

    Each switch uses six 40GE ports to connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Stacking ports

    Two switches are stacked using four 10GE ports respectively.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-18 shows an example of BMC switch port planning.

Figure 2-18 Example of BMC switch port planning
  • Mgmt ports

    Six GE ports connect to the Mgmt ports on each storage node.

  • Aggregation ports

    Two 10GE ports connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-19 shows an example of management switch port planning.

Figure 2-19 Example of management switch port planning
  • NIC ports

    Six GE ports connect to the NIC ports on each storage node.

  • Switch management ports

    Connect to the ETH management network port of each front-end switch, back-end switch, and BMC switch.

  • Aggregation ports

    Two 10GE ports connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Front-end GE Networking and Back-end 10GE Networking

Figure 2-20 shows an example of front-end switch port planning.

Figure 2-20 Example of front-end switch port planning
  • Storage node ports

    Each switch uses six GE ports to connect to storage nodes in sequence.

  • Aggregation ports

    Each switch uses four 10GE ports to connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Stacking ports

    The two switches are stacked using two 40GE ports respectively.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-21 shows an example of back-end switch port planning.

Figure 2-21 Example of back-end switch port planning
  • Storage node ports

    Each switch uses six 10GE ports to connect to storage nodes in sequence.

  • Aggregation ports

    Each switch uses four 10GE ports to connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Stacking ports

    The two switches are stacked using two 40GE ports respectively.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-22 shows an example of BMC switch port planning.

Figure 2-22 Example of BMC switch port planning
  • Mgmt ports

    Six GE ports connect to the Mgmt ports on each storage node.

  • Aggregation ports

    Two 10GE ports connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

Figure 2-23 shows an example of management switch port planning.

Figure 2-23 Example of management switch port planning
  • NIC ports

    Six GE ports connect to the NIC ports on each storage node.

  • Switch management ports

    Connect to the ETH management network port of each front-end switch, back-end switch, and BMC switch.

  • Aggregation ports

    Two 10GE ports connect to the aggregation switch.

  • Reserved ports

    To prevent 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 the related switch documentation.

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