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Old 03-08-2013, 03:36 AM
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Default ethernet port usage on DL360 g7 for ACM 6.2 duplex

Hello, what are the current recommendations to assign functions to the ethernet ports of an ACM 6.2 duplex server?

Does this make sense?
eth 0 (physical port 1): dom0/cdom/ACM
eth 1 (physical port 2): service port
eth 2 (physical port 3): dom0/cdom/ACM (NIC bonding to eth0)
eth 3 (physical port 4): duplication

I read that for the formerly used S8800 server, the
second port for dom0/cdom/ACM was eth4 on the optional NIC.

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Old 03-08-2013, 09:45 AM
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Talking doc about ethernet ports on ACM 6.2 servers

There is a white paper out there:
Implementation of Converged Control Network on Avaya Aura® Communication Manager 6.2

The following comment is of interest:

The choice of which interfaces to include in the bond should take into account that CM call control server interfaces are internally paired in dual port NIC devices (eth0/eth1, eth2/eth3, eth4/eth5) and the chosen interfaces should be from different NIC devices (e.g. eth2 and eth4 bonded). Bonding, eth0 with eth1, for instance, runs the risk that a failure of this single NIC device would leave both interfaces of the bond inoperable.

So I conclude that this should work:
eth0 and eth2: dom0/cdom/acm
eth1: service notebook
eth3: duplication

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