What is the E9000 CNA?

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The converged network adapter (CNA) is a 10GE NIC that supports FCoE functions. The MZ510 and MZ512 of the E9000 are CNAs.

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E9000 CNA
A converged network adapter (CNA) is a 10GE network interface card (NIC) that supports the Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) function. The MZ510 and MZ512 of E9000 servers are CANs.

What are the E9000 mezzanine card models?
E9000 mezzanine cards are installed on compute nodes and interwork with switch modules through the midplane. The mezzanine card models are as follows: ? MZ110: 4-port GE mezzanine card ? MZ111: 4-port GE dual-chip mezzanine card, which matches only the CH140 ? MZ311: 4-port 10GE RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) dual-chip mezzanine card ? MZ510: 2-port 10GE CNA mezzanine card ? MZ512: 4-port 10GE CNA mezzanine card ? MZ610: 2-port IB quad data rate (QDR) mezzanine card ? MZ611: 2-port IB fourteen data rate (FDR) mezzanine card ? MZ612: 2-port IB FDR dual-chip mezzanine card, which can only be used with the CX610 and CX611 switch modules and the CH140 compute node ? MZ613: 2-port IB QDR dual-chip mezzanine card, which can only be used with the CX610 and CX611 switch modules and the CH140 compute node ? MZ910: mezzanine card that provides two 10GE ports and two 10G FCoE ports, or two 10GE ports and two 8G FC ports For more details about a mezzanine card, enter a mezzanine card model. For example, enter MZ110.

E9000 UMC
The MZ510 and MZ512 support Universal Multi-Channel (UMC), that is, multi-PF. Each physical port supports multiple physical functions (PFs), which divide a port into multiple independent logical channels. For details about related applications, see the NIC user guide. For example: http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/hdx.do?docid=DOC1000053357&lang=zh&id=ZH-CN_TOPIC_0009315440

Powering on an E9000
Power on an E9000 server as follows: ? If the E9000 chassis is not powered on, connect the power cables to the mains supply. The blades, switch modules, and management modules will be powered on with the chassis. ? If the chassis is powered on but the blades, switch modules, and management modules are not installed, install the modules. These modules will be automatically powered on after being installed. ? In routine maintenance, power on or off the blades or switch modules on the MM910 Web interface. For details, see http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/pages/DOC1000053358YEF0907R/08/DOC1000053358YEF0907R/08/resources/en/osca/smma_help_r2/it_osca_smma_900020.html.

E9000 upgrade
For details about how to upgrade the E9000, see: http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/thread-280945.html

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