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If you plan to make changes (for example, changing ethx port assignments), you should change them at this point. However, keeping the default settings provides the best results. Any changes will not be reflected until after a reboot or unless you shutdown all of the network interfaces by running the udevadm trigger.
where ethx represents eth0, eth1, eth2, or ethn, according to the rules in the 70-persistent-net.rules file.
If non-FCoE ports (for example, rje45) appear in the list, you can use the Network Settings GUI to determine which addresses are FCoE ports.
# rclldpad start # service boot.lldpad start # service ipmi start # service ipmievd start # chkconfig ipmi on # chkconfig ipmievd on # chkconfig boot.lldpad on
# service lldpad start # chkconfig lldpad on
# dcbtool sc ethx dcb on # dcbtool sc ethx app:0 e:1 # dcbtool sc ethx pfc e:1 a:1 w:1
# cp /etc/fcoe/cfg-ethx /etc/fcoe/cfg-ethx
Note - The variable value of x should match the digit associated with the port in the names in the 70-persistent-net.rules file.
If the values do not match, make the network settings match the values that are in the 70-persistent-net.rules file.
If your TCP/IP connection into the Cisco or Brocade switch is through a VLAN trunk, you must create the VLAN at this point in the installation. The VLAN should have the IP address, netmask, and gateway of the port. The associated ethx port will not have an IP address. For instructions on how to create the VLAN, refer to these sites: