- NonStop NS-series Server Administration I (U8528S) or
- HP NonStop NS2100/NS2200 Server Administration I (HH673S) andfamiliarity with TCP/IP or
- NonStop S-series Field Support Training (U4170S) or
- HP NonStop NB-Series Server Administration I (HG776S) and
- Six months experience managing NonStop servers
Who Should Attend?
- System Managers
- Network Managers
- System Analysts
- Network technical support personnel
Delegates will learn how to
Perform system configuration and management of HP NonStop servers in:
- Conventional TCP/IP
- Cluster I/O Protocols (CIP) and Cluster I/O Module (CLIMs)
- ServerNet LAN Systems Access (SLSA) Subsystem
Module 1 - TCP/IP Refresher
- History of protocol suite
- Four protocol layers
- IP and ICMP basics
- TCP basics
- UDP basics
- IPv4 vs. IPv6
- IPv4 addressing
- IPv6 addressing
- Subnetting in IPv4 and IPv6
- Basics of ARP, DHCP, and DNS
- TCP/IP applications Learning Check LAB: TCP/IP Utilities on Windows
Module 2 - TCP/IP on NonStop
- Three TCP/IP subsystems
- Process-based vs. library-based protocol stack
- SLSA (IOAME and VIO), adapters, and CLIMs
- Conventional TCP/IP implementation and supported protocols
- TCP/IPv6 implementation and features
- CIP implementation and features
- SCF interface
- TCP/IP and OSS Learning Check LAB: TCP/IP Utilities on NonStop
Module 3 - Configuring Conventional TCP/IP
- Key subsystem processes: TCPIP, Listner, Telserv, Echo, Finger, FTP, ping
- Key files: hosts, services, resconf, portconf, protocol
- Defines and Params
- Starting the TCPIP process
- Starting the Listner and Telserv processes
- Telserv services and windows
- Configuring and starting a subnet
- Types of routes
- Adding and starting routes
- Verifying the configuration
- TCP/IP configuration for OSS, including inetd
- Problems and troubleshooting Learning Check LAB: Configuring a conventional TCP/IP Subsystem
Module 4 - The CIP Subsystem
- Linux-based components
- NS-based components
- Types of CLIMs supported
- CLIM naming conventions
- Protocols supported
- PROVIDER object and relationship to CLIMs
- SCF interface
- climcmd utility
- Partitioning, including changed granularity with J06.14
- RR filtering Learning Check LAB: Exploring the CIP Subsystem with SCF and CLIMCMD
Module 5 - Basic CIP/CLIM Configuration
- How to check on CIP subsystem status
- How to add, configure, and start a CLIM interface
- How to add a start a default route
- How to start the Listner and Telserv processes
- How to display network connections
- How to modify, stop, and delete an interface Learning Check LAB #1: Basic CIP/CLIM Configuration
Module 6 - CIP/CLIM Configuration Options
- How to configure intra-CLIM failover
- How to configure CLIM-to-CLIM failover
- Network partitioning with MULTIPROV OFF
- Network partitioning with MULTIPROV ON
- How to achieve scalability with round-robin filtering Learning Check LAB #2: CIP/CLIM Configuration Options
Module 7 - Basic TCPIPv6 Configuration
- The structure of the TCP/IPv6 subsystem
- SCF syntax in the TCP/IPv6 context
- How to configure and start an IPv4 subnet
- How to configure and start a route
- The concept of ephemeral ports and how to configure them Learning Chec
Module 8 - TCPIPv6 Configuration Options
- How to configure Logical Network Partitioning (LNP)
- How to configure round-robin filtering
- How to configure Ethernet failover with shared IP
- How to configure Ethernet failover with nonshared IP Lab#1 TCP/IPv6 configuration options
Module 9 - Configuring IPv6 with TCPIPv6
- The different operating modes of TCP/IPv6: INET, DUAL, and INET6
- How to add an INET subnet
- How to add an DUAL subnet
- How to add an INET6 subnet
- The difference between automatic and configured tunnels
- How to display TCP/IPv6 connections
- The roles of the IPNODES file and the ND6HOSTD process Lab #2 — Configuring IPv6
Module 10 - Configuring Expand-over-IP
- Expand basics (no details)
- Expand-over-IP line handler
- Adding the line and path
- Starting the line and path
- Verifying the configuration
- Problems and troubleshooting
- Learning Check
- LAB: Expand-over-IP Configuration
Onsite Delivery Equipment Requirements
- One 2-processor NonStop NS-series server or NB-series server with VIOs or IOAME, IP CLIM and H06.2X or J06.06 and later version of the NonStop kernel operating system
- For the NS-series ,IOAME two Multiport Ethernet ServerNet Adapters (M8800, G4SA) with cables, four recommended
- For the NS-series, VIO two M8801-4 VIO Expansion Boards for Ethernet are recommended
- Two 8-port 10/100 switched hubs, including cables (for a four-group lab environment)
- For Optional SWAN lab
- One 3880 SWAN concentrator, or 3881 SWAN II per system
- Two RS-232-C cable hoods, part number U11670, per SWAN
- Loopback test connector, part number U11674, per SWAN
- SLSA subsystem and TCP/IP products
- Expand product
- X.25AM product or AT6100 product
- One IPv6 capable router
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