PE M1000E BLADE ENCLOSURE PDF

PE M1000E BLADE ENCLOSURE PDF

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Dell EMC PowerEdge M1000e Chassis

These switches would pe m1000e blade enclosure to be connected to a "native" FCoE switch such as the Powerconnect B-series e same as a Brocade switch pe m1000e blade enclosure a Cisco Nexus series switch with fibre channel interfaces and licenses.

It uses either the B or C fabrics to connect the Fibre Channel mezzanine card in the blades to the FC based storage infrastructure. The M offers 16 internal ports connecting to the FC Mezzanine cards in the blade-servers and 8 external ports. From factory only the first two external ports 17 and 18 are licensed: Standard license offers 12 connections which can be increased by 12 to support all 24 ports.

When delivered 12 of the ports are licensed to be operation and with additional licenses you can enable all 24 ports. As with all other non-Ethernet based switches it can only be installed in the B or C fabric of the Me enclosure as the A fabric connects to pe m1000e blade enclosure "on motherboard" NICs of the blades and they only come as Ethernet NICs or converged Ethernet.

The G offers 24 ports: Unlike the M switches where the external ports are using QSFP ports for fiber transceivers, the has CX4 copper cable interfaces.

A pass-through module has only very limited management capabilities. Other reasons to choose for pass-through instead of 'enclosure switches' could be the wish to have all switching done on a 'one vendor' infrastructure; and if that isn't available as an Me module thus not one of the switches from Dell Powerconnect, Dell Force10 or Cisco one could go for pass-through modules: Managing enclosure[ edit ] An Me enclosure offers several pe m1000e blade enclosure for management.

The Me offers 'out of band' management: One would normally connect the Ethernet links on the CMC avoiding a switch in the enclosure.

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Often a physically isolated LAN is created for management allowing management access to all enclosures even when the entire infrastructure is down. Each Me chassis can hold two CMC modules.

It is also possible to access the enclosure management via a serial port for CLI access or using a local keyboard, mouse and monitor via the iKVM switch. It is possible to daisy-chain several Me enclosures.

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When the enclosure is in 'stand alone' mode you will get a general overview of the entire system: Once the IP address is set or known the operator can access the webgui using pe m1000e blade enclosure default root-account that is built in from factory.

Via the CMC management one can configure chassis-related features: The screen can be used to check the status of the enclosure and the modules in it: Especially for an environment where there are more enclosures in one datacenter it can be useful to check if you are working on the correct enclosure.

Unlike the rack or tower-servers there are only a very limited set of indicators on individual servers: The LCD screen can also be used for the initial configuration of an unconfigured chassis.