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Using This Documentation

Chapter 1 Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Overview

Chapter 2 Status

Chapter 3 Initial Configuration

Chapter 4 Network Configuration

Network Configuration Page

Devices

Datalinks

Network Interfaces

Network IP MultiPathing (IPMP)

Network Performance and Availability

Network Routing Configuration

Network Routing Entries

Network Routing Properties

Network Configuration Using the BUI

Network Configuration Page

Network Addresses

Network Routing Page

Network Configuration Using the CLI

Network Configuration Tasks Using the BUI

Creating a single port interface

Modifying an interface

Creating a single port interface, drag-and-drop

Creating an LACP aggregated link interface

Creating an IPMP group using probe-based and link-state failure detection

Creating an IPMP group using link-state only failure detection

Extending an LACP aggregation

Extending an IPMP group

Creating an InfiniBand partition datalink and interface

Creating a VNIC without a VLAN ID for clustered controllers

Creating VNICs with the same VLAN ID for clustered controllers

Adding a static route

Deleting a static route

Network Configuration Tasks Using the CLI

Adding a static route

Deleting a static route

Changing the multihoming property to strict

Chapter 5 Storage Configuration

Chapter 6 Storage Area Network Configuration

Chapter 7 User Configuration

Chapter 8 Setting ZFSSA Preferences

Chapter 9 Alert Configuration

Chapter 10 Cluster Configuration

Chapter 11 ZFSSA Services

Chapter 12 Shares, Projects, and Schema

Chapter 13 Replication

Chapter 14 Shadow Migration

Chapter 15 CLI Scripting

Chapter 16 Maintenance Workflows

Chapter 17 Integration

Index

Network Configuration Using the CLI

Network configuration is under the configuration net, which has sub commands for devices, datalinks, interfaces, and routing. The show command can be used with each to show the current configuration:

caji:> configuration net
caji:configuration net> devices show
Devices:

DEVICE      UP     SPEED         MAC                                            
igb0        true   1000 Mbit/s   0:14:4f:9a:b9:0                               
igb1        true   1000 Mbit/s   0:14:4f:9a:b9:1                               
igb2        true   1000 Mbit/s   0:14:4f:9a:b8:fe                              
igb3        true   1000 Mbit/s   0:14:4f:9a:b8:ff                              

caji:configuration net> datalinks show
Datalinks:

   DATALINK CLASS          LINKS       LABEL
       igb0 device         igb0        datalink1

caji:configuration net> interfaces show
Interfaces:

  INTERFACE STATE  CLASS LINKS       ADDRS                  LABEL
       igb0 up     ip    igb0        192.168.2.80/22        caji
 
caji:configuration net> routing show
Properties:
                  multihoming = loose
 
Routes:
 
ROUTE      DESTINATION                      GATEWAY         INTERFACE TYPE
route-000  0.0.0.0/0                        192.168.1.1     igb0      dhcp
route-001  192.168.0.0/22                   192.168.2.142   igb0      system

Type help in each section to see the relevant commands for creating and configuring datalinks, interfaces, and routes. Subcommands that are valid in this context:

  help [topic]         => Get context-sensitive help. If [topic] is specified,
                          it must be one of "builtins", "commands","general",
                          "help", "script" or "properties".

  show                 => Show information pertinent to the current context

  commit               => Commit current state, including any changes

  abort                => Abort creation of "vnic"

  done                 => Finish operating on "vnic"

  get [prop]           => Get value for property [prop]. ("help properties"
                          for valid properties.) If [prop] is not specified,
                          returns values for all properties.

  set [prop]           => Set property [prop] to [value]. ("help properties"
                          for valid properties.) For properties taking list
                          values, [value] should be a comma-separated list of
                          values. 

  available            => Get values that can be assigned to the links
                          parameter when creating a network component.  

The available command is used to see what values can be assigned to the links parameter when creating a network component. The following shows the output from the CLI command available:

caji:configuration net datalinks> device
caji:configuration net datalinks device (uncommitted)> available
igb7,igb6

caji:configuration net datalinks> vnic
caji:configuration net datalinks vnic (uncommitted)> available
igb5,igb4,aggr2,aggr1

caji:configuration net datalinks> vlan
caji:configuration net datalinks vlan (uncommitted)> available
igb5,igb4,aggr2,aggr1

caji:configuration net datalinks> aggregation
caji:configuration net datalinks aggregation (uncommitted)> available
igb7,igb6

caji:configuration net interfaces> ip
caji:configuration net interfaces ip (uncommitted)> available
aggr2,aggr1

caji:configuration net interfaces> ipmp
caji:configuration net interfaces ipmp (uncommitted)> available
vnic4,vnic3,igb5,igb4 

The following demonstrates creating a datalink using the device command, and interface using the ip command:

caji:configuration net> datalinks 
caji:configuration net datalinks> device
caji:configuration net datalinks device (uncommitted)> set links=igb1
                          links = igb1 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net datalinks device (uncommitted)> set label=datalink2
                          label = datalink2 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net datalinks device (uncommitted)> set mtu=9000
                          mtu = 9000 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net datalinks device (uncommitted)> commit
caji:configuration net datalinks> show
Datalinks:

   DATALINK CLASS          LINKS       LABEL
       igb0 device         igb0        datalink1
       igb1 device         igb1        datalink2

caji:configuration net datalinks> cd ..
caji:configuration net> interfaces
caji:configuration net interfaces> ip
caji:configuration net interfaces ip (uncommitted)> set label="caji2"
                         label = caji2 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net interfaces ip (uncommitted)> set links=igb1 
                         links = igb1 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net interfaces ip (uncommitted)> set v4addrs=10.0.1.1/8
                       v4addrs = 10.0.1.1/8 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net interfaces ip (uncommitted)> commit
caji:configuration net interfaces> show
Interfaces:

  INTERFACE STATE  CLASS LINKS       ADDRS                  LABEL
       igb0 up     ip    igb0        192.168.2.80/22        caji
       igb1 up     ip    igb1        10.0.1.1/8             caji2

The following demonstrates creating a default route via 10.0.1.2 over the new igb1 IP interface:

caji:configuration net routing> create
caji:configuration net route (uncommitted)> set family=IPv4
                   family = IPv4 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net route (uncommitted)> set destination=0.0.0.0
                   destination = 0.0.0.0 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net route (uncommitted)> set mask=0
                   mask = 0 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net route (uncommitted)> set interface=igb1
                   interface = igb1 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net route (uncommitted)> set gateway=10.0.1.2
                   gateway = 10.0.1.2 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration net route (uncommitted)> commit