Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1

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2017 Brocade Communications Systems Inc All Rights Reserved. Brocade the B wing symbol and MyBrocade are registered trademarks of Brocade Communications Systems Inc in the United States and in other. countries Other brands product names or service names mentioned of Brocade Communications Systems Inc are listed at www brocade com en legal. brocade Legal intellectual property brocade legal trademarks html Other marks may belong to third parties. Notice This document is for informational purposes only and does not set forth any warranty expressed or implied concerning any equipment. equipment feature or service offered or to be offered by Brocade Brocade reserves the right to make changes to this document at any time without. notice and assumes no responsibility for its use This informational document describes features that may not be currently available Contact a Brocade. sales office for information on feature and product availability Export of technical data contained in this document may require an export license from the. United States government, The authors and Brocade Communications Systems Inc assume no liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to the accuracy of this. document or any loss cost liability or damages arising from the information contained herein or the computer programs that accompany it. The product described by this document may contain open source software covered by the GNU General Public License or other open source license. agreements To find out which open source software is included in Brocade products view the licensing terms applicable to the open source software and. obtain a copy of the programming source code please visit http www brocade com support oscd. Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x,2 53 1004392 04. Preface 19,Document conventions 19,Notes cautions and warnings 19. Text formatting conventions 19,Command syntax conventions 20. Brocade resources 20,Document feedback 20,Contacting Brocade Technical Support 21.
Brocade customers 21,Brocade OEM customers 21,About This Document 23. Supported hardware and software 23,Brocade Gen 5 16 Gbps fixed port switches 23. Brocade Gen 5 16 Gbps Directors 23,Brocade Gen 6 32 Gbps fixed port switches 23. Brocade Gen 6 32 Gbps Directors 24,What s new in this document 24. Changes made for 53 1004392 02 24,Changes made for 53 1004392 03 25.
Changes made for 53 1004392 04 25,Understanding Fibre Channel Services 27. Fibre Channel services overview 27,Management server 28. Application server 28,Platform services 28,Platform services and Virtual Fabrics 29. Enabling platform services 29,Disabling platform services 29. Management server database 29,Displaying the management server ACL 30.
Adding a member to the ACL 30,Deleting a member from the ACL 31. Viewing the contents of the management server database 32. Clearing the management server database 32,Topology discovery 33. Displaying topology discovery status 33,Enabling topology discovery 33. Disabling topology discovery 33,Device login 34,Principal switch 35. E Port login process 35,Fabric login process 35,Port login process 35.
Duplicate Port World Wide Name 36,Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x. 53 1004392 04 3,High availability of daemon processes 36. FL Port and arbitrated loop support 37,Performing Basic Configuration Tasks 39. Fabric OS overview 39,Fabric OS command line interface 39. Console sessions using the serial port 40,Telnet or SSH sessions 41.
Getting help on a command 42,Viewing a history of command line entries 43. Using fosexec to run commands on remote switches or domains 45. Modification of default passwords 47,Default account passwords 48. The switch Ethernet interface 49,Brocade Directors 49. Brocade switches 49,Virtual Fabrics and the Ethernet interface 49. Management Ethernet port bonding 50,Displaying the network interface settings 51.
Resetting the management network interface error counters 52. Static Ethernet addresses 52,DHCP activation 53,Configuring the static IPv6 gateway address 58. IPv6 autoconfiguration 59,Setting the Ethernet interface mode and speed 60. Date and time settings 61,Setting the date and time 61. Time zone settings 61,Network Time Protocol 64,Domain IDs 66. Domain ID issues 66,Displaying the domain IDs 66,Setting the domain ID 67.
Switch names 68,Customizing the switch name 68,Chassis names 68. Customizing chassis names 68,Fabric name 69,Configuring the fabric name 69. High availability considerations for fabric names 69. Upgrade and downgrade considerations for fabric names 69. Switch activation and deactivation 70,Disabling a switch 70. Enabling a switch 70,Disabling a chassis 70,Enabling a chassis 71. Device shutdown 71,Powering off a Brocade switch 71.
Powering off a Brocade Director 72,Basic connections 72. Device connection 72,Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x. 4 53 1004392 04,Switch connection 73,Adding and moving ports on a logical switch 73. Additional considerations when disabling failover 74. Alias support for peer zoning 74,Allocating buffer credits for F Ports 77. Application server 77,Authentication protocols 78, Availability considerations for encryption and compression 78.
Bandwidth and port limits for in flight encryption and compression 78. Base switch and extended ISLs 80,Blade terminology and compatibility 83. Boot LUN zoning 85,Brocade configuration form 87,Performing Advanced Configuration Tasks 89. Port identifiers and PID binding overview 89,Core PID addressing mode 89. Fixed addressing mode 90,10 bit addressing mode 0 90. 256 area addressing mode 1 and mode 2 90,WWN based PID assignment 91.
Port types 93,Director port blades 94,Setting port names 95. Port identification by slot and port number 95,Port identification by port area ID 95. Port identification by index 95,Dynamic Portname 96. Configuring a device switch connection 101,Swapping port area IDs 101. Enabling a port 102,Disabling a port 103,Port decommissioning 103.
Setting port speeds 104, Setting all ports on a switch to the same speed 104. Setting port speed for a port octet 104,Setting maximum auto negotiated port speed 107. Decoding fdmiShow command output 108,Blade terminology and compatibility 108. CP blades 110,Core blades 110,Port and application blade compatibility 111. Enabling and disabling blades 111,Enabling blades 111.
Disabling blades 112,Blade swapping 112,How blades are swapped 113. Swapping blades 117,Disabling switches 117,Power management 117. Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x,53 1004392 04 5. Powering off a port blade or core blade 117,Powering on a port blade or core blade 118. Persistently powering off a port blade or core blade 118. Equipment status 119,Checking switch operation 119.
Verifying High Availability features Backbones and Directors only 119. Verifying fabric connectivity 120,Verifying device connectivity 120. Audit log configuration 121, Verifying host syslog prior to configuring the audit log 122. Configuring an audit log for specific event classes 122. Configuring remote syslog servers 123,Hostname support for the syslogAdmin command 124. Configuring quiet time for RASLog and audit log messages 124. Duplicate PWWN handling during device login 127,Setting 0 First login precedence 128. Setting 1 Second login precedence 128,Setting 2 Mixed precedence 128.
Setting the behavior for handling duplicate PWWNs 129. Forward error correction 129,FEC limitations 130,Enabling forward error correction 130. Disabling forward error correction 131, Enabling or disabling FEC for long distance ports 131. Displaying and clearing the FEC counters 132,FEC via TTS 132. Routing Traffic 135,Routing overview 135,Paths and route selection 135. Fibre Channel NAT 137,Inter switch links 137,Buffer credits 139.
Congestion versus over subscription 139,Virtual channels 139. Gateway links 140,Configuring a link through a gateway 141. Routing policies 142,Considerations for routing policies 142. Displaying the current routing policy 142,Port based routing 143. Exchange based routing 143,Device based routing 143.
Dynamic Path Selection 143,Route selection 144,Dynamic Load Sharing 145. Frame order delivery 145, Forcing in order frame delivery across topology changes 146. Restoring out of order frame delivery across topology changes 146. Enabling Frame Viewer 146,Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x. 6 53 1004392 04, Using Frame Viewer to understand why frames are dropped 147. Lossless Dynamic Load Sharing on ports 148,Lossless core 150.
Configuring Lossless Dynamic Load Sharing 150, Lossless Dynamic Load Sharing in Virtual Fabrics 150. Two hop Lossless DLS route update 151,Frame Redirection 152. Creating a frame redirect zone 153,Deleting a frame redirect zone 153. Viewing frame redirect zones 154,Buffer to Buffer Credits and Credit Recovery 155. Buffer credit management 155,Buffer to buffer flow control 155.
Optimal buffer credit allocation 156, Fibre Channel gigabit values reference definition 156. Buffer credit allocation based on full size frames 157. Allocating buffer credits based on average size frames 160. Configuring buffers for a single port directly 160. Configuring buffers using frame size 161, Calculating the number of buffers required given the distance speed and frame size 161. Allocating buffer credits for F Ports 162,Monitoring buffers in a port group 163. Buffer credits per switch or blade model 165, Maximum configurable distances for Extended Fabrics 166. Configuring credits for a single VC 168,Buffer credit recovery 169.
Buffer credit recovery over an E Port 169,Buffer credit recovery over an F Port 169. Buffer credit recovery over an EX Port 170,Enabling and disabling buffer credit recovery 170. Credit loss detection 171, Back end credit loss detection and recovery support on Brocade 6520 switches 171. Enabling back end credit loss detection and recovery for link reset thresholds 171. Performing link reset for loss of sync from peer ports 172. Back end credit loss detection and recovery for link faults 173. Managing User Accounts 175,User accounts overview 175. Role Based Access Control 176,Management channel 177.
Managing user defined roles 177,Configuring time based access 179. Local database user accounts 179,Default accounts 179. Local account passwords 181,Local user account database distribution 182. Distributing the local user database 182, Accepting distributed user databases on the local switch 182. Rejecting distributed user databases on the local switch 182. Password policies 182,Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x.
53 1004392 04 7,Password strength policy 183,Password history policy 184. Password expiration policy 184,Account lockout policy 185. Changing the root password without the old password 186. Configuring the password hash type 187,The boot PROM password 188. Setting the boot PROM password for a switch with a recovery string 188. Setting the boot PROM password for Backbones and Directors with a recovery string 189. Setting the boot PROM password for a switch without a recovery string 190. Setting the boot PROM password for a Backbone or Director without a recovery string 190. Remote authentication 191,Remote authentication configuration 191. Setting the switch authentication mode 194,Fabric OS user accounts 194.
Fabric OS users on the RADIUS server 196,Setting up a RADIUS server 198. LDAP configuration and Microsoft Active Directory 206. LDAP configuration and OpenLDAP 208,TACACS service 212. Obfuscation of RADIUS and TACACS shared secret 215. Remote authentication configuration on the switch 216. Configuring local authentication as backup 217,Configuring Protocols 219. Security protocols 219,Secure protocol deployment requirements 220. Security protocol scenarios 220,Secure Copy 221, Setting up SCP for configuration uploads and downloads 221.
Secure Shell protocol 221,SSH public key authentication 222. SecCryptoCfg templates 224,Template structure 225,X509v3 validation modes 225. SecCryptoCfg template management 226,Default secCryptoCfg templates 227. Certificate revocation check enforcement 231,Cryptographic compliance in FIPS mode 231. Configuring the ciphers KEX and MAC algorithms 231. Secure Sockets Layer protocol 232,Browser and Java support 232.
SSL configuration overview 232,The browser 239,Root certificates for the Java plugin 239. Simple Network Management Protocol 240,SNMP Manager 240. SNMP Agent 241,Management Information Base 241,Basic SNMP operation 241. Configuring SNMP using CLI 242,Brocade Fabric OS Administration Guide 8 1 x. 8 53 1004392 04,Telnet protocol 253,Blocking Telnet 253.
Unblocking Telnet 254,Listener applications 254,Ports and applications used by switches 255. Port configuration 255,Configuring Security Policies 257. ACL policies overview 257,How the ACL policies are stored 257. Export of technical data contained in this document may require an export license from the United States government The authors and Brocade Communications Systems Inc assume no liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to the accuracy of this document or any loss cost liability or damages arising from the information contained herein or the computer programs that

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