R_MOD_14-Basic_Network_Configuration_for_File

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Basic Network Configuration for File
Upon completion of this module, you should be able to:
• Configure Data Mover network devices
• Implement DNS and Time Services
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Basic Network Configuration for File
Lesson 1: Data Mover Network Devices
During this lesson the following topics are covered:
• Network device speed and duplex settings
• IP interface for client access
• Routing table
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Modifying and Displaying Configuration
Settings > Network > Settings For File
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Listing Network Devices
Settings > Network > Settings for File > Devices
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Duplex & Transmission Speed
• Duplex setting
 Preferred setting is auto (Default)
 Best practice setting is auto for GigE connections
• Transmission Speed
 Defaults to auto
 Use maximum speed supported on the network between the VNX
and the client
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Setting Speed/Duplex
Device Properties to set Speed/Duplex
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IP Address Configuration
• Interfaces tab > Create
• Required Parameters
 IP Address
 Subnet mask
 Broadcast address
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Displaying IP Configuration
Settings > Network > Settings For File > Interfaces
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IPv6 Support
• VNX supports IPv6 IP addresses
• More addresses
• Better security
Roll security into the protocol
• IPv6 address example:
2620:0000:0170:0062:021B:D5FF:FE25:7082
Network
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Subnet
Interface ID
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Unisphere: Control Station IPv6
System > Control Station Properties
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Data Mover Routing
• Routing table of a Data Mover directs
outgoing network traffic via, both external
and internal gateways
 Routes to a host
 Routes to a network
• Data Mover routing table can contain 3
types of routes
 Directly connected
 Static
 Dynamic
• Packet Reflect
 Reply to network client requests
 Route and ARP tables are not examined
Multiple Interfaces
on a Network
When more than one IP
interface are on the same
network, the first interface
configured will be the
default path out of the Data
Mover.
Example: Interface “A”
iscreated on a Data Mover,
then interface “B”. All
resource queries (e.g. DNS)
will go out through interface
“A”.
 No need to determine the route to
send the reply packets
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Viewing Data Mover Routing Information
Settings > Network > Settings For File > Routes
Default
Gateway:
0.0.0.0
Route to
Network:
192.168.64.0
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Configure Default Gateway
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Deleting Routes
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Lesson 1: Summary
During this lesson the following topics were covered:
• Network device speed and duplex settings
• IP interface for client access
• Routing table
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Lesson 2: Implement DNS and Time Services
During this lesson the following topics are covered:
• Data Mover DNS Configuration
• Time Services (NTP and SNTP)
• Implement Time Services for a Data Mover
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Displaying DNS Settings
Settings > Network > Settings For File > DNS
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Configuring a Data Mover for DNS
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Time Services Overview
• Data Mover NTP client
 Synchronization of the system clock with an NTP or SNTP server
• NTP
 Sophisticated algorithms for time correction and maintenance to
allow time synchronization with an accuracy of about a millisecond
• SNTP
 Subset of NTP for use in environments with less stringent
synchronization and accuracy requirements
• To the client, NTP or SNTP are indistinguishable
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Initializing Time Services on a Data Mover
System > Hardware > Data Movers
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Lesson 2: Summary
During this lesson the following topics were covered:
• Data Mover DNS Configuration
• Time Services (NTP and SNTP)
• Implement Time Services for a Data Mover
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Module Summary
Key points covered in this module:
• Recommended Data Mover speed/duplex setting is 'auto'
• Use Data Mover time services to synchronize with Windows
and Unix/Linux environments
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