Fujitsu BX620 manual

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    101 E Before Reading This Manual Thank you for purchasing th e PRIME RGY 1Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Modu [...]

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    102 Remarks W arning Descriptions V arious symbols are used throughout this manual. These are pr ov[...]

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    103 E Abbreviations The following expressions and abbr evia tions are used to describe the product [...]

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    104 Safety For safe use of this product, it is vita l that the following warnings are heeded. Hand[...]

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    105 E Contents 1 1 Gbit/s Ethernet I /O Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    106 1 1 Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Module This chapter ex plains the featu res and specifications of this p[...]

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    1 1 Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Module 107 E 1.3 F unctionality and F eatures 1.3.1 Functional Descript[...]

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    108 • High-speed on -chip RISC processor • Up to 4 classes of service (CoS) • Integrated[...]

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    1 1 Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Module 109 E 1.3.3 T eaming Function Broadcom Advanced Server Program (B[...]

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    110 Smart Load Balancing™ and Fa ilover Smart Load Balancing™ and Failover is the Broadcom impl[...]

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    1 1 Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Module 111 E SLB (Auto-Fallback Disable) The SLB (Auto-Fallback Disable[...]

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    112 LiveLink ™ LiveLink™ is a feature of BASP that is availabl e only for the Smart Load Balanc[...]

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    1 1 Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Module 113 E • Example of Server s Supporting Multiple VLANs with T ag[...]

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    114 ` VLAN tagging is on ly required to be enable d on switch po rts that create trunk links to o[...]

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    2 Installing a 1Gbit/s Eth ernet I/O Module 115 E 2 Installing a 1Gbit/s Ethernet I/O Module Thi[...]

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    116 2.1 Installing in a Server Blade ` T o conne ct a 1Gbit/ s Ethernet I/ O Module to the ext erna[...]

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    2 Installing a 1Gbit/s Eth ernet I/O Module 117 E 4 Remove the top cover . → "7.2 Removin[...]

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    118 3 Installing the LAN Driver This chapter exp lains how to i nstall the LAN driver . 3.1 Installi[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 119 E 4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet Te a m i n g S [...]

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    120 PXE Preboot Execution Environment RAID Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks Smart Load Ba[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 121 E 4.3 T eaming Concepts Storage devices use RA[...]

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    122 For switch-independent teaming modes, all physical ad apters that make up a virtual adapter mus[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 123 E Smart Load Balancing enables both transmit an[...]

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    124 T ransmit traffic through a router will be load balanced as tran smit load bala ncing is based o[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 125 E Generic T r unking Generic T runking is a swi[...]

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    126 • Broadcom T eaming So ftware Component 4.3.4 Hardware Re quirements The various teaming mo[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 127 E • Router A router is design ed to route net[...]

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    128 Mixed media (adapters with different media) Ye s Ye s Y es (switch- dependent) – Mixe[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 129 E 4.3.7 Selecting a T eam T ype The following [...]

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    130 4.4 T eaming Mechanisms 4.4.1 Architecture The Broadcom Ad vanced Server Program (BASP) is impl[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 131 E 4.4.2 Outbound T raffic Flow The Broadcom In[...]

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    132 On the inbound code path, the Inbound Flow Head Hash T able is also designed to allow concurren[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 133 E 4.4.5 Performance Modern network interface ca[...]

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    134 • Applications The SLB algo rithm is most approp riate in home and small business environme[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 135 E • Configuration Reco mmendations Static t[...]

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    136 4.6 Attributes of the Features Associated with Each T ype of T eam The attributes of the fea tu[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 137 E • Dynamic Trunking Speeds Supported for Ea[...]

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    138 4.7 Te a m i n g a n d O t h e r A d vanced Networking Properties Before creating a tea[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 139 E Checksum Offload Checksum Off load is a prope[...]

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    140 Preboot Execution Environm ent The Preboot Execution Env ironment (PXE) allows a system to boot [...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 141 E Furthermore, a failover event wo uld cause a[...]

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    142 • T eaming Across Switches With Interconnect "• T eaming Across Switches With Interco[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 143 E 4.8.3 Spanning T ree Algorithm In Ethernet n[...]

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    144 4.8.4 T opology Change Notice (TCN) A bridge/switch creates a forwarding table of MA C address[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 145 E 4.8.5 Port F ast/Edge Port T o reduce the ef[...]

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    146 4.8.9 SLB T eams SLB teams are the only teaming type not dependant on switch configur ation. Th[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 147 E 4.8.10 T roubleshooting T eaming Problems Wh[...]

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    148 T roubleshooting Guidelines Before you call for su pport, make sure you have completed the follo[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 149 E Can I connect the teamed adapte rs to a hub? [...]

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    150 Can I configure NLB an d teaming concurrently? Y es, but only when running NLB in a multicast [...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 151 E 4.9 Event Log Messages 4.9.1 Windows System[...]

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    152 7 Network controller configured for 10Mb f ull- duplex link. The adapter has been manually c[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 153 E 4.9.3 Intermediate Driver (Virtual Adapter/T[...]

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    154 7 Co uld not bind to adapte r . The driver could no t open one of the team physical adapte[...]

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    4 Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet T eaming Services 155 E 15 Network adapter is disabled via managem[...]

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    156 5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BAC S2) This chapter explai ns the Broadcom Advanced Contr[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 157 E 5.1.1 T ypes of Informa tion Provided by BACS2[...]

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    158 5.2 Installing the BACS 2 If [Broadcom Control Suite 2] is not displayed in th e "Control [...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 159 E Fo r Windows Server 2003 x64 1 Start the follow[...]

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    160 3 Click "I accept the terms in th e license agre ement" and click [Next]. Custom Set[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 161 E Fo r Windows Server 2003, Wi ndows 2000 Server [...]

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    162 5.3 Starting BAC S2 T o start BACS2, click "Control Panel" → "Broadcom Contro[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 163 E Network Status The following network status inf[...]

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    164 T eam Status The team status is indicated by the appearance of the icons repre senting the team [...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 165 E 5.4.2 Resources The following info rma tion can[...]

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    166 5.4.3 Hardware The following information can be checked on the "Hardware" tab. ` S[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 167 E 5.4.4 Advanced The following info rma tion can [...]

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    168 Checksum Offload Normally , the checksum functio n is comp uted by the pro tocol stack . When [...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 169 E Locally Administered Address The Locally Admin[...]

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    170 5.4.5 Network T est On the "Netwo rk T est" tab, you can verify IP networ k connecti[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 171 E Item Descript ion Control Registers This test[...]

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    172 5.4.7 Statistics On the "Statistics" tab, you can view traffic st atistics for both[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 173 E IEEE 802.3 Statistics Multicast Frames Rx. A [...]

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    174 Custom Statistics Item Description Out of Recv . Buffer The number of times the ad apter ran o[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 175 E 5.4.8 Licenses On the "Licenses" tab,[...]

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    176 5.5 Configuring T eaming The teaming function allows y ou to grou p any ava ilabl e network ad[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 177 E 5.5.1 Using the Broadcom T eaming Wizard Y ou [...]

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    178 4 Select the type of team you want to create and then click [Next]. If the team type is an SL[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 179 E The Large Send Of fload (LSO) and Checksum Of f[...]

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    180 7 Select the standby member from the list of adapters. The Auto-Fallback Disable mode feature a[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 181 E 10 Click the probe target at the top of the lis[...]

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    182 12 If you want to create a VLAN on the team, clic k [Y es] and then click [Next]. If you do [...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 183 E ` The team name cannot ex ceed 39 char acters,[...]

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    184 15 T ype the VLAN tag value and then click [Next]. The value must be between 1 and 4094. 16 Cli[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 185 E 17 T o apply and commit the changes to the team[...]

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    186 5.5.3 Using Expert Mo de Use Expert Mode to create a team, modify a team , add a VLAN, and co[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 187 E 3 T ype a team name in the "Enter a na me [...]

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    188 6 Click [Y e s] when the message is displayed indicating that the network connection will be t[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 189 E The following shows how to modify a team. 1 Cli[...]

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    190 3 T ype the VLAN ID and VLAN name, and click [Apply]. ` If you type a VLA N name or ID an d th[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 191 E Deleting a VLAN T o delete a VLA N, right-click[...]

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    192 The following shows how to con figure a LiveLink. 1 Right-click the name of the Smar t Load Bal[...]

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    5 Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS2) 193 E 4 Click one of the listed team me mbers, click [...]

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    194 8 Click one of the listed team members, click "Edit Member IP Address", type the memb[...]

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    Appendix A Contact Informati on 195 E Appendix A Contact Information • Australia: Fujitsu Austr[...]

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    196 • Singapore: Fujitsu Asia Pte. Ltd. T el: +65-6777-657 7 Fax: +65-6771-55 02 Address: 20, Scie[...]

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