Whether switches can be shared among different planes on the OceanStor 9000 network and whether VLANs can be used to isolate networks


Existing commercial projects share public switches among different planes. For example, on 10GE+10GE networks, the customer has only purchased a pair of CE6800 series switches. To share the switches between the front-end and back-end networks, you can use VLANs to isolate the networks.

Other related questions:
Whether the OceanStor 9000 management network can access shared directories
No. The OceanStor 9000 management network cannot access shared directories because the management network cannot communicate with the service network. This is to prevent services from being attacked.

Can two network segments that cannot communicate with each other be configured for two network ports of the VCN3000?
No. There can be only one VCN3000 service IP address. The two service network ports can be configured to work in active/standby or load balancing mode and show the same service IP address.

Can VCNs be deployed as a cluster on different network segments?
No. Only VCNs on the same network segment can be deployed as a cluster.

Can a network address on a subnet of an S series switches be used as a host address
A network address on a subnet of an S series switches (except the S1700) cannot be used as a host address. The message "Error:The specified IP address is invalid." will be displayed if you configure such as network address as a host address.

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