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Sun Ethernet Fabric Operating System

ONET Administration Guide

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Using This Documentation

Product Notes

Related Documentation

Acronyms and Abbreviations

CLI Command Modes


Support and Accessibility

ONET Configuration

ONET Example Topology

Default Settings

ONET and Oracle ILOM

Start ONET From Oracle ILOM

Start the ONET CLI

Stopping SEFOS Before Starting ONET


Start ONET


Configuring an ONET

Configure an ONET

Common Configuration Errors

ONET CLI Commands

help Command

show onet Command

show onets Command

show interfaces description Command

show vlan Command

show lldp Command

show mac-address-table Command

speed port Command

exit Command

write startup-config Command

no onet Command

onet Command

set onet Command

ONET Example Topology

The ONET configuration is predefined and cannot be changed during switch operation. The downlink ports connected to the blade servers are configured to be connected to individual uplink ports. The following figure illustrates the ONET port assignments.

image:Figure showing ONET port assignments and pairs connected to external networks

The ONETs are named onet01 to onet10, where onet01 is configured with port 1 as the uplink port and port 15 as the downlink port connected to the blade server. Onet02 is a pairing of port 2 as the uplink port, port 16 as the downlink port, and so on, until onet10 pairs port 10 with port 24.