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FusionStorage 8.0.0 Network Planning Guide 02

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VBS Deployed on Storage Nodes

VBS Deployed on Storage Nodes

Networking Scheme

For details, see VBS Deployed on Storage Nodes.

For details about the network cabling, see the FusionStorage Huawei Server Hardware Installation Guide.

Planning Ports for Nodes

This section describes the port planning and cabling of nodes.

2288H V5 12-Slot or 25-Slot Node, or 5288 V5 36-Slot Node

Figure 4-66 shows port planning for a storage node.

Figure 4-66 Port planning for a storage node
Table 4-33 Port description

Port Name

Port Type

Access Network

Description

NIC1 and NIC2

10GE port

Service network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to service switches.

SLOT1-1 and SLOT1-0

10GE, 25GE, 56 Gbit/s IB, or 100 Gbit/s IB port

Storage network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to storage switches.

NIC3

GE port

Management network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

Mgmt

GE port

BMC network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

2288H V5 NVMe 12-Slot or 24-Slot Node

Figure 4-67 shows port planning for a storage node.

Figure 4-67 Port planning for a storage node
Table 4-34 Port description

Port Name

Port Type

Access Network

Description

NIC1 and NIC2

10GE port

Service network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to service switches.

SLOT7-1 and SLOT7-0

10GE, 25GE, 56 Gbit/s IB, or 100 Gbit/s IB port

Storage network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to the back-end storage switch.

NIC3

GE port

Management network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

Mgmt

GE port

BMC network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

TaiShan 2280 12-Slot Node or TaiShan 5280 36-Slot Node

A TaiShan 2280 12-slot node or TaiShan 5280 36-slot node supports 10GE networking only.

Figure 4-68 shows port planning for a storage node.

Figure 4-68 Port planning for a storage node
Table 4-35 Port description

Port Name

Port Type

Access Network

Description

NIC3 and NIC4

10GE port

Service network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to service switches.

SLOT4-1 and SLOT4-0

10GE port

Storage network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to storage switches.

NIC1

GE port

Management network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

Mgmt

GE port

BMC network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

TaiShan 2280 V2 12-Slot Node or TaiShan 5280 V2 36-Slot Node

Figure 4-69 shows port planning for a storage node.

Figure 4-69 Port planning for a storage node
Table 4-36 Port description

Port Name

Port Type

Access Network

Description

SLOT4-1 and SLOT4-0

10GE/25GE port

Service network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to service switches.

SLOT3-1 and SLOT3-0

10GE/25GE port

Storage network

The two ports, as a logical bond port, connect to storage switches.

NIC1-1

GE port

Management network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

Mgmt

GE port

BMC network

The port connects to the BMC/management switch.

Planning Ports for Switches

This section describes the port planning and cabling for switches. The example system in this section consists of 14 storage nodes.

10GE Network

Figure 4-70 provides an example of port planning for a storage switch.

Figure 4-70 Example of port planning for a storage switch
  • Node ports

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

  • Stack ports

    Each switch uses two 40GE ports to connect to the other switch.

  • ETH management network ports

    Used to manage switches. The two ports connect to the BMC/management switch.

  • Reserved ports

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

Figure 4-71 shows an example of port planning for the BMC/management switch.

Figure 4-71 Example of port planning for the BMC/management switch
  • Mgmt ports

    The BMC/management switch connects to the Mgmt ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • NIC ports

    The BMC/management switch connects to the NIC ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • Switch management ports

    The ports connect to the ETH management network ports of storage switches.

  • Uplink ports

    The BMC/management switch uses the two Ethernet uplink ports to connect to the management network.

  • Reserved ports

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

25GE Network

Figure 4-72 provides an example of port planning for a storage switch.

Figure 4-72 Example of port planning for a storage switch
  • Node ports

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

  • Stack ports

    Each storage switch uses two 100GE ports to connect to the other storage switch.

  • ETH management network ports

    Used to manage switches. The two ports connect to the BMC/management switch.

  • Reserved ports

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

Figure 4-73 shows an example of port planning for the BMC/management switch.

Figure 4-73 Example of port planning for the BMC/management switch
  • Mgmt ports

    The BMC/management switch connects to the Mgmt ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • NIC ports

    The BMC/management switch connects to the NIC ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • Switch management ports

    The ports connect to the ETH management network ports of storage switches.

  • Uplink ports

    The BMC/management switch uses the two Ethernet uplink ports to connect to the management network.

  • Reserved ports

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

56 or 100 Gbit/s IB Network

Figure 4-74 provides an example of port planning for a storage switch.

Figure 4-74 Example of port planning for a storage switch
  • Node ports

    Each switch uses 14 IB ports to connect to nodes in sequence.

  • Switch interconnection ports

    It is recommended that eight IB ports be used for interconnection between switches.

  • MGT ports

    Used to manage switches. Each switch uses one MGT port to connect to the BMC/management switch.

  • Reserved ports

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

Figure 4-75 shows an example of port planning for the BMC/management switch.

Figure 4-75 Example of port planning for the BMC/management switch
  • Mgmt ports

    The BMC/management switch connects to the Mgmt ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • NIC ports

    The BMC/management switch connects to the NIC ports of each node through 14 Ethernet ports.

  • Switch management ports

    These ports are used to connect to the ETH management network ports of storage switches.

  • Uplink ports

    The BMC/management switch uses the two Ethernet uplink ports to connect to the management network.

  • Reserved ports

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

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