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Creating Zone and Adding Members - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Creating Zone and Adding Members To create a zone and add members to the zone, use the following commands. Create a zone. CONFIGURATION mode fc zone zonename Add members to a zone. ZONE CONFIGURATION mode member word The member can be WWPN (00:00:00:00:00:00:...

Creating Zone Alias and Adding Members - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Creating Zone Alias and Adding Members To create a zone alias and add devices to the alias, follow these steps. Create a zone alias name. CONFIGURATION mode fc alias ZoneAliasName Add devices to an alias. ALIAS CONFIGURATION mode member word The member can be...

Creating Zonesets - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Creating Zonesets A zoneset is a grouping or configuration of zones. To create a zoneset and zones into the zoneset, use the following steps. Create a zoneset. CONFIGURATION mode fc zoneset zoneset_name Add zones into a zoneset. ZONESET CONFIGURATION mode mem...

Using RSA Authentication of SSH - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Using RSA Authentication of SSH The following procedure authenticates an SSH client based on an RSA key using RSA authentication. This method uses SSH version 2. On the SSH client (Unix machine), generate an RSA key, as shown in the following example. Copy th...

Offline Diagnostics - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Offline Diagnostics The offline diagnostics test suite is useful for isolating faults and debugging hardware. The diagnostics tests are grouped into three levels: Level 0 — Level 0 diagnostics check for the presence of various components and perform essential...

Running Offline Diagnostics - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Running Offline Diagnostics To run offline diagnostics, use the following commands. For more information, refer to the examples following the steps. Place the unit in the offline state. EXEC Privilege mode offline stack-unit You cannot enter this command on a...

Environmental Monitoring - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Environmental Monitoring Aggregator components use environmental monitoring hardware to detect transmit power readings, receive power readings, and temperature updates. To receive periodic power updates, you must enable the following command. Enable environme...

Dataplane Statistics - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Dataplane Statistics The show hardware stack-unit cpu data-plane statistics command provides insight into the packet types coming to the CPU. The command output in the following example has been augmented, providing detailed RX/ TX packet statistics on a per-...

General Internet Protocols - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
General Internet Protocols The following table lists the Dell Networking OS support per platform for general internet protocols. Table 1. General Internet Protocols RFC# Full Name 768 User Datagram Protocol 793 Transmission Control Protocol 854 Telnet Protoco...

Configuring the Simple Network Management Protocol - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Configuring the Simple Network Management Protocol NOTE: The configurations in this chapter use a UNIX environment with net-snmp version 5.4. This is only one of many RFC-compliant SNMP utilities you can use to manage the Aggregator using SNMP. Also, these co...

Microsoft Word - Dell White Paper - Controlling Embedded Box PC 3000 GPIO in Linux DCODY .docx
ABSTRACT The Dell Embedded Box PC 3000 provides General Purpose I/O (GPIO) pins for customization. Due to the unavailability of the corresponding kernel driver, users who run the Linux system on the Box PC face a problem in controlling the GPIO pins.
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Port Channel Benefits - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Port Channel Benefits A port channel interface provides many benefits, including easy management, link redundancy, and sharing. Port channels are transparent to network configurations and can be modified and managed as one interface. With this feature, you ca...

Server-Facing Port Channel: VLAN Membership - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Server-Facing Port Channel: VLAN Membership The tagged VLAN membership of a server-facing LAG is automatically configured based on the server-facing ports that are members of the LAG. The untagged VLAN of a server-facing LAG is auto-configured based on the un...

Interface Range - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Interface Range An interface range is a set of interfaces to which other commands may be applied, and may be created if there is at least one valid interface within the range. Bulk configuration excludes from configuring any non-existing interfaces from an in...

Flow Control Using Ethernet Pause Frames - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Flow Control Using Ethernet Pause Frames An Aggregator auto-configures to operate in auto-DCB-enable mode (Refer to Data Center Bridging: Auto-DCB-Enable Mode). In this mode, Aggregator ports detect whether peer devices support converged enhanced Ethernet (CE...

MTU Size - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
MTU Size The Aggregator auto-configures interfaces to use a maximum MTU size of 12,000 bytes. If a packet includes a Layer 2 header, the difference in bytes between the link MTU and IP MTU must be enough to include the Layer 2 header. For example, for VLAN pa...

Auto-Negotiation on Ethernet Interfaces - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Auto-Negotiation on Ethernet Interfaces Setting Speed and Duplex Mode of Ethernet Interfaces By default, auto-negotiation of speed and duplex mode is enabled on 1GbE and 10GbE Ethernet interfaces on an Aggregator. The local interface and the directly connecte...

Auto-Detection of the DCBx Version - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
Auto-Detection of the DCBx Version The Aggregator operates in auto-detection mode so that a DCBx port automatically detects the DCBx version on a peer port. Legacy CIN and CEE versions are supported in addition to the standard IEEE version 2.5 DCBx. A DCBx po...

DCBx Prerequisites and Restrictions - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
DCBx Prerequisites and Restrictions The following prerequisites and restrictions apply when you configure DCBx operation on a port: DCBx requires LLDP in both send (TX) and receive (RX) modes to be enabled on a port interface. If multiple DCBx peer ports are ...

DCBx Error Messages - PowerEdge M IO Aggregator
DCBx Error Messages The following syslog messages appear when an error in DCBx operation occurs. LLDP_MULTIPLE_PEER_DETECTED: DCBx is operationally disabled after detecting more than one DCBx peer on the port interface. LLDP_PEER_AGE_OUT: DCBx is disabled as ...
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