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Configuration Guide - Device Management

CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E V200R005C10

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, Information Center Configuration, NTP, Synchronous Ethernet Configuration, Fault Management Configuration, Energy-Saving Management Configuration, Performance Management Configuration, Maintenance Assistant Configuration, and OPS Configuration.
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Configuring the Card Interoperability Mode

Configuring the Card Interoperability Mode

Context

The switch supports two card interoperability modes:
  • Non-enhanced mode: EA, EC, ED, EF, EG, BA, CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs are interchangeable with FD1, FG, FG1, SD, FD and FDA LPUs. That is, any type of LPU can be installed.

  • Enhanced mode: The switch supports only FD1, FG, FG1, SD, FD and FDA LPUs and only SFUFs and SFUGs.

NOTE:
  • The CE12800E does not support this function.

  • By default, the card interoperability mode is non-enhanced mode. When the FD1, FG, FG1, SD, FD and FDA LPUs and EA, EC, ED, EF, EG, BA, CE-FWA, and CE-IPSA LPUs are installed on the same switch, traffic is forwarded across cards. Because forwarding entries are globally deployed, the forwarding entry specifications of LPUs are the same as those of the EA, EC, ED, EF, EG, BA, CE-FWA, and CE-IPSA LPUs. To make full use of device performance, you are advised to set the card interoperability mode to enhanced mode so that the switch can only have FD1, FG, FG1, SD, FD and FDA LPUs installed.
  • When the card interoperability mode is enhanced mode, EA, EC, ED, EF, EG, BA, CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs as well as SFUAs, SFUBs, and SFUCs cannot be installed on the switch. Otherwise, cards will be powered off.

  • When a switch has SFUAs, SFUBs, or SFUCs installed, the switch cannot have FG, FG1, FD1, SD, FD and FDA LPUs installed. When a switch has FG, FG1, FD1, SD, FD or FDA LPUs installed, the switch cannot have SFUAs, SFUBs, or SFUCs installed.

Procedure

  1. (Optional) Run the display forward capability command to check the current card interoperability mode.
  2. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.
  3. Run the set forward capability enhanced command to set the card interoperability mode to enhanced mode.

    By default, the card interoperability mode is non-enhanced mode.

    NOTE:
    • After configuring the set forward capability enhanced command, save the configuration and restart the switch to make the configuration take effect. The saved configuration file is used as the configuration file for the next startup. After the switch restarts, you need to run the save command again to save the configuration.

    • After running this command, you are advised to run the set serdes capability enhanced command to set the Serdes rate mode between LPUs and SFUs to enhanced mode. This configuration can ensure the maximum forwarding performance.

    • This command is mutually exclusive with the following commands. Before running this command, you need to delete the following command configurations:
      • assign forward nvo3-gateway enhanced { l2 | l3 }
      • assign forward nvo3 eth-trunk hash disable
      • assign forward nvo3 f-linecard compatibility enable
      • assign forward nvo3 service extend enable

  4. (Optional) Run the set forward capability compatible fw-lpu command to enable use of CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs in enhanced card interoperability mode.

    In enhanced card interoperability mode, by default, only FD1, FG, FG1, SD, FD and FDA LPUs can be installed into a switch. To use CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs in this mode, run the set forward capability compatible fw-lpu command to configure compatibility with CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs. Consequently, a switch can use CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs in enhanced card interoperability mode.

    NOTE:
    • After configuring the set forward capability compatible fw-lpu command, save the configuration and restart the switch to make the configuration take effect. The saved configuration file is used as the configuration file for the next startup. After the switch restarts, you need to run the save command again to save the configuration.
    • After the set forward capability compatible fw-lpu command is run, CE-FWA and CE-IPSA LPUs can be used in enhanced card interoperability mode, and interfaces on these LPUs can only be used as Layer 2 interfaces. If these interfaces are used as Layer 3 interfaces, traffic cannot be forwarded on the interfaces.

  5. Run commit

    The configuration is committed.

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Updated: 2019-04-20

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