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  • Cisco UCS Manager CLI Configuration Guide, Release 2.1First Published: November 14, 2012

    Last Modified: February 16, 2015

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  • C O N T E N T S

    P r e f a c e Preface xxxiii

    Audience xxxiii

    Conventions xxxiii

    Related Cisco UCS Documentation xxxv

    Documentation Feedback xxxv

    P A R T I Introduction 1

    C H A P T E R 1 New and Changed Information 3

    New and Changed Information for this Release 3

    C H A P T E R 2 Overview of Cisco Unified Computing System 9

    About Cisco Unified Computing System 9

    Unified Fabric 10

    Fibre Channel over Ethernet 11

    Link-Level Flow Control 11

    Priority Flow Control 11

    Server Architecture and Connectivity 12

    Overview of Service Profiles 12

    Network Connectivity through Service Profiles 12

    Configuration through Service Profiles 12

    Service Profiles that Override Server Identity 13

    Service Profiles that Inherit Server Identity 14

    Service Profile Templates 15

    Policies 15

    Pools 15

    Traffic Management 16

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  • Oversubscription 16

    Oversubscription Considerations 16

    Guidelines for Estimating Oversubscription 17

    Pinning 18

    Pinning Server Traffic to Server Ports 18

    Guidelines for Pinning 19

    Quality of Service 20

    System Classes 20

    Quality of Service Policy 21

    Flow Control Policy 21

    Opt-In Features 21

    Stateless Computing 21

    Multitenancy 22

    Virtualization in Cisco UCS 23

    Overview of Virtualization 23

    Overview of Cisco Virtual Machine Fabric Extender 24

    Virtualization with Network Interface Cards and Converged Network Adapters 24

    Virtualization with a Virtual Interface Card Adapter 24

    C H A P T E R 3 Overview of Cisco UCS Manager 25

    About Cisco UCS Manager 25

    Tasks You Can Perform in Cisco UCS Manager 26

    Tasks You Cannot Perform in Cisco UCS Manager 28

    Cisco UCS Manager in a High Availability Environment 28

    C H A P T E R 4 Overview of Cisco UCS Manager CLI 29

    Managed Objects 29

    Command Modes 29

    Object Commands 31

    Complete a Command 32

    Command History 32

    Committing, Discarding, and Viewing Pending Commands 32

    Online Help for the CLI 33

    CLI Session Limits 33

    Web Session Limits 33

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    Contents

  • Setting the Web Session Limit for Cisco UCS Manager from the CLI 34

    Pre-Login Banner 34

    Creating the Pre-Login Banner 34

    Modifying the Pre-Login Banner 35

    Deleting the Pre-Login Banner 36

    P A R T I I System Configuration 37

    C H A P T E R 5 Configuring the Fabric Interconnects 39

    Initial System Setup 39

    Setup Mode 40

    System Configuration Type 40

    Management Port IP Address 40

    Performing an Initial System Setup for a Standalone Configuration 41

    Initial System Setup for a Cluster Configuration 43

    Performing an Initial System Setup for the First Fabric Interconnect 43

    Performing an Initial System Setup for the Second Fabric Interconnect 45

    Enabling a Standalone Fabric Interconnect for Cluster Configuration 46

    Changing the System Name 47

    Changing the Management Subnet of a Cluster 47

    Ethernet Switching Mode 48

    Configuring Ethernet Switching Mode 49

    Fibre Channel Switching Mode 50

    Configuring Fibre Channel Switching Mode 50

    C H A P T E R 6 Configuring Ports and Port Channels 53

    Server and Uplink Ports on the 6100 Series Fabric Interconnect 53

    Unified Ports on the 6200 Series Fabric Interconnect 54

    Port Modes 55

    Port Types 55

    Beacon LEDs for Unified Ports 56

    Guidelines for Configuring Unified Ports 56

    Cautions and Guidelines for Configuring Unified Uplink Ports and Unified Storage

    Ports 57

    Effect of Port Mode Changes on Data Traffic 58

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    Contents

  • Configuring the Port Mode 59

    Configuring the Beacon LEDs for Unified Ports 61

    Server Ports 62

    Configuring a Server Port 62

    Unconfiguring a Server Port 62

    Uplink Ethernet Ports 63

    Configuring an Uplink Ethernet Port 63

    Unconfiguring an Uplink Ethernet Port 64

    Appliance Ports 64

    Configuring an Appliance Port 64

    Assigning a Target MAC Address to an Appliance Port or Appliance Port Channel 66

    Creating an Appliance Port 67

    Mapping an Appliance Port to a Community VLAN 68

    Unconfiguring an Appliance Port 69

    FCoE Uplink Ports 69

    Configuring a FCoE Uplink Port 70

    Unconfiguring a FCoE Uplink Port 70

    Viewing FCoE Uplink Ports 71

    Unified Storage Ports 71

    Configuring a Unified Storage Port 72

    Unified Uplink Ports 73

    Configuring a Unified Uplink Port 73

    FCoE and Fibre Channel Storage Ports 74

    Configuring a Fibre Channel Storage or FCoE Port 74

    Unconfiguring a Fibre Channel Storage or FCoE Port 74

    Restoring a Fibre Channel Storage Port Back to an Uplink Fibre Channel Port 75

    Uplink Ethernet Port Channels 75

    Configuring an Uplink Ethernet Port Channel 76

    Unconfiguring an Uplink Ethernet Port Channel 76

    Adding a Member Port to an Uplink Ethernet Port Channel 77

    Deleting a Member Port from an Uplink Ethernet Port Channel 78

    Appliance Port Channels 78

    Configuring an Appliance Port Channel 78

    Unconfiguring an Appliance Port Channel 80

    Enabling or Disabling an Appliance Port Channel 81

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    Contents

  • Adding a Member Port to an Appliance Port Channel 81

    Deleting a Member Port from an Appliance Port Channel 82

    Fibre Channel Port Channels 82

    Configuring a Fibre Channel Port Channel 83

    Unconfiguring a Fibre Channel Port Channel 84

    Enabling or Disabling a Fibre Channel Port Channel 84

    Adding a Member Port to a Fibre Channel Port Channel 85

    Deleting a Member Port from a Fibre Channel Port Channel 85

    FCoE Port Channels 86

    Configuring a FCoE Port Channel 86

    Adding a Member Port to a FCoE Uplink Port Channel 87

    Unified Uplink Port Channel 87

    Configuring a Unified Uplink Port Channel 88

    Adapter Port Channels 88

    Viewing Adapter Port Channels 89

    Fabric Port Channels 89

    Cabling Considerations for Fabric Port Channels 90

    Configuring a Fabric Port Channel 90

    Viewing Fabric Port Channels 91

    Enabling or Disabling a Fabric Port Channel Member Port 91

    C H A P T E R 7 Configuring Communication Services 93

    Communication Services 93

    Configuring CIM XML 94

    Configuring HTTP 95

    Unconfiguring HTTP 96

    Configuring HTTPS 96

    Certificates, Key Rings, and Trusted Points 96

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