Changing the CX311 FCoE gateway VLAN ID and domain ID

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For details, see Changing the VLAN ID and Domain ID in the CX311 Switch Module V100R001C10 User Guide.
http://support.huawei.com/enterprise/en/doc/DOC1000068627/?idPath=7919749%7C9856522%7C21782478%7C19955021%7C19961380

Other related questions:
Default IP address of CX311 FCoE
The default IP address of the CX311 FCoE gateway is provided below. Other switching planes or BMC is not configured with a default IP address. IP address: 192.168.1.100 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Default gateway: 0.0.0.0

Default user name and password of the CX31x
The default user name and password of the BMC and converged switching plane of the CX31x are as follows: Default user name: root Default password: Huawei12#$ The default user name and password of the FCoE gateway (available only for the CX311) are as follows: Default user name: admin Default password: Huawei12#$

What is the purpose of a domain ID
OSPF domain ID is used in Virtual Private Network (VPN) scenarios. When the domain ID carried by the packet received from the peer is the same as the local one, Type 3 link-state advertisements (LSAs) are generated for Type 1, 2, and 3 LSAs, and Type 5 and 7 LSAs are generated for Type 5 and 7 LSAs (depending on area type). When the Domain ID is the different from the local one, Type 5 or 7 LSAs (depending on area type) are generated for Type 1, 2, and 3 LSAs, and Type 5 and 7 LSAs are generated for Type 5 and 7 LSAs (depending on area type). Before sending routes to a remote CE switch, a PE switch sends Type-3 LSAs or Type-5 LSAs to the CE based on domain ID. If local domain IDs are the same as or compatible with remote domain IDs in BGP routes, the PE advertises Type 3 routes. If local domain IDs are different from or incompatible with remote domain IDs in BGP routes, the PE advertises Type 5 routes.

Changing NE IDs and IP addresses
ECC protocol identifies NEs by NE ID. The U2000 also identifies NEs by NE ID and uses NE ID as a keyword for search. A unique NE ID must be assigned for each NE during network planning. NE ID conflicts cause ECC route collision, which will result in unreachability of some NEs. In a commissioning or expansion process, you can change NE IDs using the U2000 if required when the original network plan is modified.

Will the AP ID be changed after an AC restart
No.

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