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Table Of Contents

Overview of Brocade 5100
Port side view of Brocade 5100
Overview of Brocade 300
Port side view of Brocade 300
Overview of Brocade 5300
Port side view of Brocade 5300
Access Gateway support
Assigning IP address
Creating serial connection
Using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) to assign IP address
Static IP address
IPv6 Auto configuration
View IP configuration
Domain IDs
Viewing your Domain ID
Setting your Domain ID
Enable a port
Disable a port
Ports on Demand license
Setting Port Speed
Setting Port name
Swapping port area IDs
Customizing the switch name
Checking Switch Status
Chassis names
Customizing chassis names
Switch activation and deactivation
Disabling a switch
Enabling a switch
Switch shutdown
Powering off a Brocade switch
Setting the date and time
Synchronizing the local time with an external source
Configuring IP and netmask information
Blade management
Enabling or disabling a blade
Setting a slot-level IP address
Viewing IP addresses
Switch configuration
Enabling and disabling a switch
Changing the switch name
Changing the switch domain ID
Viewing and printing a switch report
Switch restart
Performing a fast boot
Performing a reboot
Configuring fabric settings
Assigning a name to a port
Enabling and disabling a port
Persistent enabling and disabling ports
Enabling and disabling NPIV ports
Configuring BB credits on an F_Port
Chapter 3: Account Management
User Roles
Local database user accounts
Creating account:
Displaying Account Information:
Deleting account:
Modifying account:
Changing password for current login account
Changing password for different login account
Local account database distribution
Distributing the local user database
Accepting distribution of user databases on the local switch
Rejecting distributed user databases on the local switch
Password policies
Enabling the admin lockout policy
Unlocking an account
Disabling the admin lockout policy
Authentication servers on the switch
Adding a RADIUS or LDAP server to the switch configuration
Configuring SSH authentication
Deleting keys on the switch
Telnet protocol
Blocking Telnet
Unblocking Telnet
Chapter 5: Configuration file and Firmware management
Configuration file backup
Uploading a configuration file in interactive mode
Configuration file restoration
Installing firmware
Firmware download from network
Firmware download from a USB device
Creating a configuration backup file
Restoring a configuration
Uploading and downloading from USB storage
Performing a firmware download
Chapter 6: Licensing
Licensing overview
8G License
Viewing installed licenses
Adding a licensed feature
Removing a licensed feature
Ports on Demand
Activating Ports on Demand
Displaying the port license assignments
Web tools
Licensed feature management
Activating a license on a switch
Assigning slots for a license key
Removing a license from a switch
Universal time based licensing
Chapter 7: Virtual Fabrics
Enabling Virtual Fabric mode
Logical Switches
Creating Logical Switches
Assigning/Removing ports to logical switches
Displaying logical switch configuration
Changing Fabric ID of switch
Setting /Removing IP address for fabric
Logical Fabric and ISL sharing
Configuring the switch to use XISL
Deleting a logical switch
Disable Virtual Fabrics
NPIV overview
Configuring NPIV
Viewing NPIV port configuration information
Web Tools
Selecting a logical switch from the Switch View
Viewing Logical ports
Chapter 8: Zoning
Zoning Configurations
Zone aliases
Creating an aliases
Adding members to alias
Removing members from alias
Deleting an aliases
Viewing aliases in defined configuration
Creating a Zone
Removing zones from zoning configuration
Enable a zoning configuration
Disabling a zoning configuration
Deleting a zone configuration
Clearing changes to configuration
Viewing all zone configuration information
Viewing selected zone configuration
Viewing configuration in effective zone database
Clearing all zone configurations
Zone object maintenance
Copying a zone object
Deleting a zone object
Renaming a zone object
Zoning configuration management
New switch addition
Zoning configurations
Opening the Zone Administration window
The Zone Administration window opens
Setting the default zoning mode
Zoning management
Refreshing fabric information
Saving local zoning changes
Select a zoning view
Creating and populating zone aliases
Adding and removing members of a zone alias
Renaming zone aliases
Deleting zone aliases
Creating and populating zones
Adding and removing members of a zone
Renaming zones
Cloning zones
Deleting zones
Creating zone configurations
Adding or removing zone configuration members
Renaming zone configurations
Cloning zone configurations
Deleting zone configurations
Enabling zone configurations
Disabling zone configurations
Displaying enabled zone configurations
Adding a WWN to multiple aliases and zones
Removing a WWN from multiple aliases and zones
Replacing a WWN in Multiple Aliases and Zones
Searching for zone members
Clearing the Zoning Database
Zone configuration analysis
Best practices for zoning
Chapter 9: Admin Domains
Administrative Domains (Admin Domains) overview
Requirements for Admin domains
System defined Admin domains
Admin domains and logins
Admin Domain management for physical fabric administrators
Setting default zoning mode for admin domains
Creating an Admin domain
User assignments to admin domains
Creating new user account to manage admin domains
Assigning Admin Domains to an existing user account
Creating a physical fabric administrator user account
Removing an Admin Domain from a user account
Activating an Admin Domain
Deactivating an Admin Domain
Adding members to an existing Admin Domain
Removing members from an Admin Domain
Renaming an Admin Domain
Deleting an Admin Domain
Deleting all user-defined Admin Domains
Deleting all user-defined Admin Domains non-disruptively
SAN management with Admin domains
Executing a command in a different AD context
Displaying an Admin Domain configuration
Switching to a different Admin Domain context
Creating and populating domains
Creating an Admin Domain
Adding ports or switches to the fabric
Activating or deactivating an Admin Domain
Modifying Admin Domain members
Renaming Admin Domains
Deleting Admin Domains
Clearing the Admin Domain configuration
Chapter 10: Routing and Trunking
Inter-Switch Links (ISLs)
Routing policies
Displaying the current routing policy
Setting the routing policy
Setting up the AP route policy
Route selection
Dynamic Load Sharing
Setting DLS
Trunking overview
Basic trunk group configuration
Re-initializing ports for trunking
Enabling Trunking on a port
Enabling Trunking on a switch
Displaying trunking information
F_Port trunking
Enabling F_Port trunking
Disabling F_Port trunking
FC-FC Routing
Setting up the FC-FC routing service
Configuring an IFL for both edge and backbone connections
Setting router port cost for an EX_Port
Configuring EX_Port frame trunking
LSAN zone configuration
Controlling device communication with the LSAN
Disabling or enabling ISL trunking
Viewing trunk group information
F_Port trunk groups
Creating and maintaining F_Port trunk groups
FC-FC routing management
Opening the FC Routing module
Configuring an EX_Port
Editing the configuration of an EX_Port
Viewing LSAN zones
Viewing LSAN Devices
Configuring the backbone fabric ID
Enabling Access Gateway mode
Disabling Access Gateway mode
Viewing the Access Gateway settings
Port configuration
Creating port groups
Editing or Viewing port groups
Deleting port groups
Access Gateway policy modification
Path Failover and Failback policies
Modifying Path Failover and Failback policies
Enabling the Automatic Port Configuration policy
Chapter 11: Brocade 8000
Brocade 8000 overview
FCoE and Layer 2 capabilities
Fibre Channel capabilities
Port side of Brocade 8000
CEE Command Line Interface
Accessing the CEE CLI through the console or Telnet
Saving your configuration changes
Saving configuration changes with the write command
CEE Commands
Using the do command as a shortcut
CEE Integrations
Integrating a Brocade 8000 switch on a SAN
CEE and LAN integration
CEE map attributes
Configuring DCBX
Configuring Spanning Tree Protocol
Configuring VLAN Membership
Configuring the CEE Interfaces
Server connections to the Brocade 8000 switch
Fibre Channel configuration for the CNA
Ethernet configuration for the CNA
Minimum CEE configuration to allow FCoE traffic flow
Fabric OS Native and Access Gateway modes
FC0E configuration tasks
Quality of Service (QoS) configuration
Adding a CEE map
Adding a traffic class map
LLDP-DCBX configuration
Configuring global LLDP characteristics
Adding an LLDP profile
Configuring CEE interfaces
Configuring VLANs
Configuring FCoE login groups
Displaying FCoE Port Information
Displaying LAG information
Displaying VLAN information
Displaying FCoE login groups
Displaying QoS information
Displaying LLDP-DCBX information
Displaying CEE interface statistics
Enabling and disabling a CEE interface
Enabling and disabling a LAG
Enabling and disabling LLDP
Enabling and disabling QoS priority-based flow control
Enabling and disabling FCoE ports
Chapter 12: Brocade 7800
Overview of Brocade 7800 Extension Switch
Feature comparison - base 7800 and with the Upgrade License
Available licenses
Port Side of Brocade 7800
Installing SFPs and cabling the Brocade 7800
7800 Switch license option
Fibre Channel routing services configuration
VE_Ports and FCIP tunnels on the 7800 switch
Configuration preparation
Configuration steps
Setting VE_ports to persistently disabled state
Configuring VEX_ports
Configuring the media type for GbE ports 0 and 1
Configuring a GbE or XGE port IP address
Configuring an IP route
Validating IP connectivity
Creating additional FCIP circuits
Verifying the FCIP tunnel configuration
Enabling persistently disabled ports
Modifying an FCIP tunnel
Modifying an FCIP circuit
Deleting an IP interface
Deleting an IP route
Deleting an FCIP tunnel
Deleting an FCIP circuit
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EMC Brocade Switch Cookbook 2.2.11[1]

EMC Brocade Switch Cookbook 2.2.11[1]

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