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Viewing DHCP Statistics and Lease Information - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Viewing DHCP Statistics and Lease Information To display DHCP client information, enter the following show commands: Display statistics about DHCP client interfaces. EXEC Privilege show ip dhcp client statistics interface type slot/port Clear DHCP client stat...

Configuring FIP Snooping - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Configuring FIP Snooping FIP snooping is auto-configured on an Aggregator in standalone mode. You can display information on FIP snooping operation and statistics by entering show commands. You can enable FIP snooping globally on all FCoE VLANs on a switch or...

Displaying FIP Snooping Information - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Displaying FIP Snooping Information Use the show commands from the table below, to display information on FIP snooping. Command Output show fip-snooping sessions [interface vlan vlan-id] Displays information on FIP-snooped sessions on all VLANs or a specified...

Debugging FIP Snooping - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Debugging FIP Snooping To enable debug messages for FIP snooping events, enter the debug fip-snooping command.. Task Command Command Mode Enable FIP snooping debugging on for all or a specified event type, where: all enables all debugging options. acl enables...

Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) On an Aggregator, IGMP snooping is auto-configured. You can display information on IGMP by using show ip igmp command. Multicast is based on identifying many hosts by a single destination IP address. Hosts represented...

Related Documents - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Related Documents For more information about the Dell PowerEdge M I/O Aggregator MXL 10/40GbE Switch IO Module, refer to the following documents: Dell Networking OS Command Line Reference Guide for the M I/O Aggregator Dell Networking OS Getting Started Guide...

IOA Operational Modes - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
IOA Operational Modes IOA supports four operational modes. Select the operational mode that meets your deployment needs. To enable a new operational mode, reload the switch. Standalone mode stack-unit unit iom-mode standalone CONFIGURATION mode Dell(conf)#sta...

Configuring VLANs - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Configuring VLANs By default, in Standalone mode, all aggregator ports belong to all 4094 VLANs and are members of untagged VLAN 1. To configure only the required VLANs on a port, use the CLI or CMC interface. You can configure VLANs only on server ports. The...

Clearing the MAC Address Entries - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Clearing the MAC Address Entries Learned MAC addresses are entered in the table as dynamic entries, which means that they are subject to aging. For any dynamic entry, if no packet arrives on the switch with the MAC address as the source or destination address...

Protocol Data Units - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Protocol Data Units Configuration information is exchanged in the form of type, length, value (TLV) segments. The below figure shows the chassis ID TLV. Type — Indicates the type of field that a part of the message represents. Length — Indicates the size of t...

CONFIGURATION versus INTERFACE Configurations - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
CONFIGURATION versus INTERFACE Configurations All LLDP configuration commands are available in PROTOCOL LLDP mode, which is a sub-mode of the CONFIGURATION mode and INTERFACE mode. Configurations made at the CONFIGURATION level are global; that is, they affec...

About this Guide - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
About this Guide This guide describes the supported protocols and software features, and provides configuration instructions and examples, for the Dell Networking M I/O Aggregator running Dell Networking OS version 9.7(0.0). The MI/O Aggregator is installed i...

Navigating CLI Modes - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Navigating CLI Modes The Dell prompt changes to indicate the CLI mode. The following table lists the CLI mode, its prompt, and information about how to access and exit the CLI mode. Move linearly through the command modes, except for the end command which tak...

Multiple Users in Configuration Mode - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Multiple Users in Configuration Mode Dell notifies all users when there are multiple users logged in to CONFIGURATION mode. A warning message indicates the username, type of connection (console or VTY), and in the case of a VTY connection, the IP address of t...

Data Center Bridging (DCB) - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Data Center Bridging (DCB) On an I/O Aggregator, data center bridging (DCB) features are auto-configured in standalone mode. You can display information on DCB operation by using show commands. NOTE: DCB features are not supported on an Aggregator in stacking...

Priority-Based Flow Control - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Priority-Based Flow Control In a data center network, priority-based flow control (PFC) manages large bursts of one traffic type in multiprotocol links so that it does not affect other traffic types and no frames are lost due to congestion. When PFC detects c...

Configuring DCB Maps and its Attributes - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Configuring DCB Maps and its Attributes This topic contains the following sections that describe how to configure a DCB map, apply the configured DCB map to a port, configure PFC without a DCB map, and configure lossless queues. DCB Map: Configuration Procedu...

How Enhanced Transmission Selection is Implemented - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
How Enhanced Transmission Selection is Implemented Enhanced transmission selection (ETS) provides a way to optimize bandwidth allocation to outbound 802.1p classes of converged Ethernet traffic. Different traffic types have different service needs. Using ETS,...

DCBx Port Roles - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
DCBx Port Roles The following DCBx port roles are auto-configured on an Aggregator to propagate DCB configurations learned from peer DCBx devices internally to other switch ports: Auto-upstream The port advertises its own configuration to DCBx peers and recei...

Configuration Source Election - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Configuration Source Election When an auto-upstream or auto-downstream port receives a DCB configuration from a peer, the port first checks to see if there is an active configuration source on the switch. If a configuration source already exists, the received...
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