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Huawei IN200 NIC User Guide 07

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Common BIOS Configuration

Common BIOS Configuration

The following uses the BIOS of the 2288H V5 as an example.

Set the server boot mode to the UEFI mode before performing this operation.

  1. Log in to the real-time server desktop using the Remote Virtual Console.

    For details, see Logging In to the Real-Time Server Desktop.

  2. Restart the server.
  3. The BIOS configuration screen is displayed.

    • If the BIOS version is V3XX or earlier, the message shown in Figure 9-6 is displayed.
      Figure 9-6 Startup information (1)
      Press F11 to access the BIOS screen, as shown in Figure 9-7. Go to 4.
      Figure 9-7 Front Page screen (1)
    • If the BIOS version is V6XX or later, the message shown in Figure 9-8 is displayed.
      Figure 9-8 Startup information (2)
      Press Delete to access the BIOS screen, as shown in Figure 9-9. Go to 4.
      Figure 9-9 Front Page screen (2)

  4. Use arrow keys to select Device Manager and press Enter.

    The Device Manager screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 9-10.

    Figure 9-10 Device Manager screen

  5. Use arrow keys to select Network Device List and press Enter.

    The NIC list is displayed, as shown in Figure 9-11.

    Figure 9-11 Network Device List screen

  6. Select the MAC address of the target NIC, and press Enter.

    The NIC configuration screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 9-12.

    Figure 9-12 NIC configuration screen

  7. Select Huawei Network Adapter Configuration and press Enter.

    The Huawei Network Adapter Configuration screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 9-13.

    Figure 9-13 Huawei Network Adapter Configuration screen

    Table 9-1 describes the parameters on the Huawei Network Adapter Configuration screen.

    Table 9-1 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Value Range

    PXE

    Indicates whether to enable the PXE function.

    • ENABLE
    • DISABLE

    PXE VLAN

    Indicates whether to enable the VLAN function.

    • ENABLE
    • DISABLE

    Bandwidth(%)

    Indicates the rate limit of the network port.

    1 to 100

    Work Mode

    Indicates the NIC working mode.

    • Basic NIC Mode
    • OVS Offload Mode

    GE Mode

    Indicates the connection mode of a network port. After the GE mode is configured, the port supports GE connections.

    NOTE:

    The mode setting of port 0 correlates with port 1, and the setting of port 2 correlates with port 3. For example, if mode is changed from enabled to disabled for port 0 and takes effect, mode will be automatically changed to disabled for port 1.

    • Disable
    • Enable

    Adaptive Link

    Indicates whether to enable the network port adaptive mode.

    NOTE:

    When Adaptive Link is set to OFF, Auto Negotiation can be configured.

    • ON
    • OFF

    Auto Negotiation

    When GE Mode is set to Disable, the auto-negotiation function of the port is enabled.

    NOTE:

    When Auto Negotitaion is set to OFF, Link Speed and FEC can be configured.

    • ON
    • OFF

    Link Speed and FEC

    Indicates the network port speed and the FEC mode.

    • If the NIC supports 25GE and 10GE, the network port speed and FEC mode options are as follows:
      • 25GE, NO FEC
      • 25GE, BASE FEC
      • 25GE, RS FEC
      • 10GE, NO FEC
      • 10GE, BASE FEC
    • If the NIC supports 100GE and 40GE, the network port speed and FEC mode options are as follows:
      • 100GE, RS FEC
      • 100GE, NO FEC
      • 40GE, NO FEC
      • 40GE, BASE FEC

    SRIOV Control

    Specifies whether to enable the SRIOV function for the port. The default value is ON.

    • ON
    • OFF

    Reset to Factory Default

    Specifies whether to restore the port to factory settings.

    • Disable
    • Enable

  8. Set parameters as required.
  9. Save the settings and exit.
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