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ICSNS I

Lab Guide

Overview

This guide includes these activities:

• Lab 1: MDS 9000 Initial Setup Lab 2: Troubleshooting the Boot Process Lab 3: Configuring CFS and Call Home Lab 4: Configuring VSANs, Domain Management, and Persistent FCIDs Lab 5: Configuring Interfaces and Port Tracking Lab 6: Configuring PortChannels, FSPF, NPV and NP~ Lab 7: Configuring Device Aliases and Zoning Lab 8: Configuring FCIP Tunnels and Port Channels Lab 9: FCIP SAN Extension Tuner Lab 10: Configuring Interop Mode and IVR Lab 11: Challenge Lab Lab 12: Basic Port Troubleshooting

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Lab 1: Performing MDS 9000 Initial Setup

Activity Objective

In this activity, you will perform the initial switch configuration process so that the switch can be accessed from the management network. After completing this activity, you will be able to meet these objectives:

Erase the Startup-configuration and reboot the switch

Assign the admin password

Complete the initial switch configuration process

Uninstall, install, and open Cisco Fabric Manager client

Configure default Map settings in Fabric Manager

Launch Device Manager and a command-line session from Fabric Manager

Visual Objective

The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

 

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Required Resources

These are the resources and equipment required to complete this exercise:

2 MDS 9000 Series Fibre Channel switches

2 Windows 2000 Hosts

A JBOD with at least 2 disks

Command List

The table describes the commands used in this activity.

Command

Description

write

erase

Delete the startup-config

reload

Reboot the switch

show version

Displays the current SAN-OS version

include

<string>

Filter the output of a command to display only lines with <string>

show

run

Displays the current running configuration

feature

telnet

Enables the telnet server

Task 1: Complete the Initial Switch Configuration

In this task, you will start by recording the existing mgmt interface

IP address/mask and the

default-gateway (for subsequent re-assignment). You will emulate a switch from factory by deleting the startup-con jig and rebooting the switch. Upon reboot completion, you will re- assign the admin password and run the initial switch configuration utility to assign the switch name, and re-assign the address/mask, and default-gateway.

Teaml will configure MDSl and MDS3; Team2 will configure MDS2 and MDS4. Those working alone will configure all four switches.

Activity Procedure

Each team will complete the following steps on their respective switch.

Step 1

From the LabGear interface, open the console for your assigned switch from the Labgear DEVICES pane and authenticate using the following credentials. If the

prompt

in the console is asking for a password for "admin", skip to step 4.

Note

MDS9222_1

and MDS9222_2

may represent MDS1 and MDS2 in your pod.

Switch

login: admin

Password:

1234Qwer

Step

2

Invoke the following commands to display and record the IP address/mask on the mgmt interface and the default gateway.

 

# show

run

int mgmtO

Record IP address/mask:

--------------------------------------

Record IP address/mask:

--------------------------------------

# show

ip route

Record default gateway:

Record default gateway:

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Step 3

Clear the current startup configuration and reboot the switch.

# write

erase Warning: This command will erase the startup-configuration.

Do you

wish

to proceed

anyway?

[y/nl

[Nl Y

# reload

This command

will

reboot

the system.

(y/n)? Y

Step

4

Upon reboot completion, you are required to assign the admin password and will be prompted to launch the Basic System Configuration Dialog. Answer the questions according to the following example, replacing your pod number where appropriate.

Note

Starting from NX-OS Release 4.x, secure password

is enforced on all Cisco MDS 9000

Family switches unless disabled by the user.

Password should contain characters from at

least three of the following characters.

classes: lower case letters, upper case letters, digits and special

---- System Admin Account

Setup ----

Do you want

to enforce secure password

standard

(yes/no)

[yl

<Enter>

Enter the password

for "admin":

1234Qwer

Confirm the password

for "admin":

1234Qwer

 

Basic System Configuration

Dialog

This setup utility the system.

will

guide you through

the basic configuration

of

 

.

< output

truncated

>

Press Enter

at anytime

to skip

a dialog.

Use ctrl-c

at anytime

to

skip the remaining dialogs.

 

Would

you

like

to enter

the basic

configuration

dialog

(yes/no)

y

Create another login account

(yes/no)

[nl: <Enter>

Configure read-only SNMP community string

(yes/no)

[nl: <Enter>

 

Configure read-write

SNMP community string

(yes/no)

[nl: <Enter>

Enter

the switch

name

: pXmdsY

(X =pod#

Y = switch#

ex: p12mdsl )

Continue with Out-of-band

(mgmtO) management

configuration?

(yes/no)

ly l :

<Enter>

 

MgmtO

 

IPv4

address

IPv4

netmask

10.0. * . *

(as previously recorded)

MgmtO

255.255. * .0

(as previously recorded)

Configure the default gateway?

(yes/no)

[yl: <Enter>

IPv4 address of the default gateway : 10.0. =, *

(as previously recorded)

Configure advanced IP options?

(yes/no)

[nl: <Enter>

Note

Advanced IP options include in-band management, domain name.

static routes, default network, DNS, and

Enable

the

ssh service?

(yes/no) [y): cEnter>

 

Type

of

ssh key you

would

like to generate

(dsa/rsa) [rsa)

cEnter>

Number

of rsa key

bits

<768-2048>

[1024): cEnter>

Enable

the telnet service?

the

http-server?

(yes/no)

[n): y

Enable

.(yes/no) Iy l .

cEnter>

Note

You can manually configure the switch clock and timezone.

 

Configure

clock?

(yes/no)

[n] : cEnter>

 

Configure

timezone?

(yes/no) [n): cEnter>

Note

By default, MDS NX-OS does not automatically

adjust for daylight saving time.

You can

explicitly specify the start and end dates and times and whether or not the time adjustment

recurs every year.

Configure

summertime?

(yes/no)

[n)

cEnter>

Note

In a large enterprise network, having one

time standard for all network devices is critical for

management reporting and event logging functions when trying to correlate interacting events logged across multiple devices. Many enterprise customers with extremely mission- critical networks maintain their own stratum-1 NTP source.

Configure the ntp server? NTP server IPv4 address:

(yes/no)

[n): y

10.0.0.198

Configure default switchport cEnter>

interface

state

(shut/no shut) [shut)

Configure

default

switchport

trunk mode (on/off/auto)

[on): cEnter>

Configure

default

switchport

port mode

F

(yes/no)

[n)

cEnter>

Configure

default

zone policy

(permit/deny)

(yes/no)

[deny): cEnter>

Enable full zoneset distribution?

[n): y

Note

By default, NXOS does not propagate the zoneset database to all switches in the VSAN.

Configure default zone mode (basic/enhanced)

[basic)

cEnter>

The following configuration switchname p12mds1

will

be applied:

interface mgmtO ip address 10.0.12.5 255.255.255.0 no shutdown

ip default-gateway feature telnet feature http-server

10.0.12.254

ntp server 10.0.0.198 system default switchport

shutdown

system default

switchport

trunk mode

on

no system default no system default no system default

zone default-zone zone distribute

permit

full

zone mode enhanced

Would

you

like

to edit

the

configuration?

(yes/nol [nl: cEnter>

Use this configuration

and

save

it?

(yes/nol

[yl: cEnter>

Step 5

Log in to the console as admin with password 1234Qwer and ping the default gateway.

# ping 10.0.X.2S4 PING 10.0.12.254

(10.0.12.254)

56(84) bytes

of data.

  • 64 bytes from 10.0.12.254:

icmp seq=l ttl=255 time=1.14

ms

  • 64 bytes from 10.0.12.254:

icmp seq=2 ttl=255 time=0.485

ms

  • 64 bytes from 10.0.12.254:

icmp seq=3 ttl=255

time=0.997 ms

  • 64 bytes from 10.0.12.254:

icmp_seq=4 ttl=255 time=0.473 ms

  • 64 bytes from 10.0.12.254:

icmp seq=5 ttl=255

time=0.486 ms

--- 10.0.12.254 ping statistics

---

5 packets transmitted,

5 received,

0% packet

loss,

time 4021ms

rtt min/avg/max/mdev

= 0.473/0.718/1.149/0.293

ms

Tip

Ping will cease after five transmissions or press Ctrl-C to terminate.

 

Step 6

Display the running-configuration.

 

# show

run

!Command: show running-config

!Time:

Sat Nov

20 03:37:28

2010

version 5.0(4)

 

feature telnet

role name default-role

 

description

This

is a system

defined

role and applies

to all users.

rule

5 permit

4 permit

show feature environment

rule

show feature hardware

rule

3 permit

show feature module

rule

2 permit

show feature

snmp

rule

1 permit

show feature system

username admin password ip domain-lookup ip host p1mds1 10.0.1.5 server radius radius

*****

role network-admin

aaa group snmp-server user admin network-admin auth md5 ***<truncated>

rmon

event

1 log trap

public

description

FATAL (1) owner PMON@FATAL

rmon

event

2

log

trap

public

description

CRITICAL (2) owner PMO***

rmon

event

3 log

trap public

description

ERROR(3) owner PMON@ERROR

rmon event

4 log

trap public

description

WARNING(4)

owner PMON@WARNING

rmon

event

5 log trap

public

description

INFORMATION (5) owner PMO***

ntp server 10.0.0.198

fcdomain fcid database vsan 1 wwn 10:00:00:00:c9:73:54:cb

ip default-gateway

10.0.1.254

fcid OxefOOOO dynamic

switchname p1mds1 line console boot kickstart bootflash:/m9200-kick-5.0.4.bin boot system bootflash:/m9200-sys-5.0.4.bin

interface fc1/1 interface fc1/2 interface fc1/3 interface fc1/4 interface fc1/5 interface fc1/6 *

--More--*

*

system default zone distribute

--More--*

*

*

full

interface GigabitEthernet1/1 interface GigabitEthernet1/2 interface GigabitEthernet1/3

interface GigabitEthernet1/4 interface mgmtO ip address 10.0.1.5 255.255.255.0

switchport

speed 100

Task 2: Uninstall Fabric Manager Standalone

In this task, each team will execute removal of the Fabric Manager components from your respective server Desktop in a two-step process:

1.Start 7 Programs application) 2. Clear Java cache

7 Cisco MDS9000 7 Uninstall

(to remove Fabric Manager Server

in Control Panel

Activity Procedure

Each team will perform the following steps on your assigned W2003 Server. •

Team 1, managing • Team 2, managing

mds 1, will use Server 1

mds2, will use Server 2

Step 1

From the Labgear DEVICES

pane, click your assigned SERVER to launch RDP. If

requested, authenticate using the following credentials.

 

User name: administrator

 

Password:

cisco (lower-case)

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MDS9222 1

 

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Internet

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Explorer

Initiator

Step 2

Launch removal of Fabric Manager Standalone.

 

Start> Programs> Cisco Fabric Manager> Uninstall

 
 

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Note

Proceed to the next Task if Fabric Manager is not

installed.

 

Step

3

When the Uninstall dialog appears, answer the

To uninstall:

queries as follows.

 

••

Uninstall

 

y

I!lIiI

You

are about

to uninstall

Cisco HanageAent

Software.

If this

is a seruer

federation

node. please

reAoue

all fabrics

Aanaged

by

this

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before contin

 

uing.

Are

you

sure

you want

to Un install?

Press

'Y' to

uninstall.

'A' to

remoue

 

all

fi

les

<including

client

pI'efel'ences) 01' 'H' to exit.

[Y/A/H]

y_

 

~

Note

Starting from NX-OS Release 4.1 (3a), uninstall Fabric Manager only removes the Fabric

or Oracle) remain

intact as they may be

Manager component; the database (PostgreSQL shared with other applications (ie. Cisco DCNM).

Option

"A" will remove

all the log files

and client preferences; option "Y" keeps the log files and client preferences.

 

Step 4

Hit <Enter>

to complete the uninstall process and exit the window .

 

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Step 5

To

Ensure removal of old FM data, clear the JAVA cache. Control Panel ~ Java ~ General; click Delete Files and click OK.

Itr ~ontrol Panel

 

411Administr ati"le Tools

 

Printers and Faxes

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use in Java applications

are stored in

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users should delete files or modify these settings.

 
 

Qelete Files

tJ ~_~_'e

t_ti_n_g_s

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Delete Temporary Files

II

Delete the following temporary

files?

P' Downloaded Applets

P' Downloaded Applications

P' Other Files

Step 6

Click OK to close Java Control Panel.

Step

7

Launch removal of the PostgreSQL database using Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel.

SERVER1

Step 8

Scroll-down to the PostgreSQL 8.2 service; choose Remove and click Yes.

 

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Note

The Fabric Manager and Device Manager desktop icons should no longer appear.

PostgreSQL

should no longer be listed as a service.

Step 9 Open Windows Explorer and browse to C:\Documents and Settings.

Step

10

Delete any postgres folders still resident in the directory.

r'.'ly Documents

 

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Default User

•••

;,

Local Disk(C:)

 

Data

Documents and Setti

 

FH

Administrator

!ii '0 All Users

Step 11 Continue to next task to install Fabric Manager Standalone.

Task 3: Install Fabric Manager Standalone

In this task, each team will install Fabric Manager on their respective servers.

Activity Procedure

Each team will perform the following steps on your assigned W2003 Server. •

Team

1, managing

Team

2, managing

mds1, will use Server 1 mds2, will use Server 2

Each team will install the Fabric Manager Standalone and the PostgreSQL database using the CD files on your respective server. At the end of the installation process, you will launch the Fabric Manager and Device Manager clients.

Step 1

To locate the Fabric Manager CD files, select the Shortcut to Software folder on the desktop and choose FMCD504.

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2

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Allow Blocked Content and

in the Security Warning, click Yes to run active content.

Security Warning

AIIQ'Ning,:tcti\,'e c content such as script and Active;': controls carrbe useful .• but active content might also harm vour computet:.

Are you sure ~'QUwant to let this filerun active content?

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Scroll-down and click Cisco Fabric Manager Installer.

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Step 5

Click Yes to allow blocked content and ActiveX control; observe the loading progress.

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Step 6

In the Installer dialog, select Express (FM Standalone)

then click Next .

Cisco Fabric Manager Installer

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.._...._-

Welcome to Cisco Management Software Setup Wizard

This wizard

INiliguide you through

the installation

of the Cisco

r',1anagement Software.

 

Cisco recommends that you close Fabric r l 1anager and Device

~"lanal~er before continuing.

r

..

Express (Ftvl Standalone 'i'lith Default Options)

r Custom

Cancel

Step 7

In the License

Agreement dialog, check the I accept the terms box and click Next.

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Step 8

View the Ready to Install options and click Instal) .

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CISCO

Please review the settings

below. When you are ready to install,

H / l1ocal admin's password once install is complete.

click Finish. Remember to change

Cisco FabriC Manager Standalone v.5.0(4a)

JRE 1.5.CU5

Installation Folder: C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems

Database System

Use Existing DB: No

DBr·1S:Postgre5QL

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DB Password: pass l i>lord_l_2_3

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Step 9

Check the Create shortcuts

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and menus items for all users and click Finish.

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Installation completed successfully.

r Open

install

log

W Create shortcuts

end menu items for all users

r- Launch Device r'·1anager

 

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Step 10

From the Windows Desktop, double click on the Cisco Fabric Manager SA icon to Launch Fabric Manager.

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Step 11

In the FM Server login dialog, enter the password 'password'

and click Login .

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Fr""Server User Name: jadmin

Fr'1Server Password: 'I'--p~a-s-s-w-o-r-d~~------

 

Login

Cancel

Note

The Express installation option pre-sets the FM Server

User Name as "admin"

and the FM

Server Password as "password".

(The Express install also pre-sets the PostgreSQL

DBUser,

as "admin" and DB password as "password_1_2_3.

This

password

can later be

changed

in the PostgreSQL service dialog.

 

Step 12

In the Discover dialog, enter your switch IP address in the Seed Switch field, configure the following settings, and click Discover.

 

Discovery Mode: Fibre Channel

 

Auth-Privacy:

MD5

Use SNMPv3: check

   

User Name: admin

Password: 1234Qwer

Discover - Fabric Manager

 

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r: Ethernet (CDP)

Seed Switch: 110.I).x. vi Use SNrvlpv3: p

Auth-Privacv: Ir'.1D5 User r'Jame: ladmin

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:::::J

Password: rl-1-2-3-4-Q--w-e-r------------------~

Discover

Options »

Close

Click OK in the discovered fabric Message.

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Fibre Channel

Seed S""yitch: "10.0.7.5 Use SfJMPv3:J;7

Auth-Priva(y: jr-.·ID5

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User Name:

admin

Discovering 10.0.7.5

...

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10.0.7.5 is discovered as FabticJ1DSl

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Step 13

In the Control

Panel dialog, check the Select box and click Open.

[ontrol Panel- admin@localhost(session20)-

Fabric Manager 5.0(4a)

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The Fabric Manager graphical interface should appear. The Graphic pane will display only

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• Fabric Manager 5.0{4a) [admin@lO.O.7.1 {session 20)1/SAN/Fabric_MDSl

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