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Basic Network Configuration for File

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  1. 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 Basic Network Configuration for File

  2. 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 Basic Network Configuration for File

  3. Modifying and Displaying Configuration Settings > Network > Settings For File Basic Network Configuration for File

  4. Listing Network Devices Settings > Network > Settings for File > Devices Basic Network Configuration for File

  5. 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 Basic Network Configuration for File

  6. Setting Speed/Duplex Device Properties to set Speed/Duplex Basic Network Configuration for File

  7. IP Address Configuration • Interfaces tab > Create • Required Parameters • IP Address • Subnet mask • Broadcast address Basic Network Configuration for File

  8. Displaying IP Configuration Settings > Network > Settings For File > Interfaces Basic Network Configuration for File

  9. 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 Subnet Interface ID Basic Network Configuration for File

  10. Unisphere: Control Station IPv6 System > Control Station Properties Basic Network Configuration for File

  11. 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 • No need to determine the route to send the reply packets 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”. Basic Network Configuration for File

  12. Viewing Data Mover Routing Information Settings > Network > Settings For File > Routes Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0 Route to Network: 192.168.64.0 Basic Network Configuration for File

  13. Configure Default Gateway Basic Network Configuration for File

  14. Deleting Routes Basic Network Configuration for File

  15. Basic Network Configuration for File Lesson 1: Summary During this lesson the following topics were covered: Network device speed and duplex settings IP interface for client access Routing table Basic Network Configuration for File

  16. Basic Network Configuration for File 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 Basic Network Configuration for File

  17. Displaying DNS Settings • Settings > Network > Settings For File > DNS Basic Network Configuration for File

  18. Configuring a Data Mover for DNS Basic Network Configuration for File

  19. 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 Basic Network Configuration for File

  20. Initializing Time Services on a Data Mover • System > Hardware >Data Movers Basic Network Configuration for File

  21. Basic Network Configuration for File 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 Basic Network Configuration for File

  22. 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 Basic Network Configuration for File