Number of S2200T host ports

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Maximum number of host ports (per controller) supported by S2200T V100R005:
-Controller enclosures housing 3.5-inch disks: Six onboard 1 Gbit/s iSCSI host ports (including one management network port and one maintenance network port) + four 8 Gbit/s FC host ports or four 1 Gbit/s iSCSI host ports or four 10 Gbit/s TOE host ports
-Controller enclosures housing 2.5-inch disks: Four onboard 8 Gbit/s FC host ports + four 8 Gbit/s FC host ports or four 1 Gbit/s iSCSI host ports or four 10 Gbit/s TOE host ports
The specifications vary with the product version. For the latest specifications, see Hardware Specifications.

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Can I specify the port of the log host for receiving logs on S series switches
On an S series switch (except the S1700) that runs V200R008 or a later version, you can specify the TCP/UDP port number of the log host for receiving logs. The configuration command is info-center loghost ip-address port port-id. By default, the UDP port number is 514 and TCP port number is 6514.

Number of disk enclosures cascaded in each loop of OceanStor T Series unified storage S2200T/S2600T V100R005
The maximum number of disk enclosures cascaded using a 6 Gbit/s SAS expansion port on controller enclosures of OceanStor T Series S2200T/S2600T V100R005 storage systems (the number of disk enclosures cascaded in each loop): S2600T: 11 S2600T (single controller): 4 S2200T (single controller): 4 S2200T (dual controllers): 8

Bonding of host ports on a storage device
1. Storage arrays support the 802.3ad bonding mode only. 2. If the ports on a storage device are bonded, the ports on the switch connected with the storage device must be aggregated and the ports on the server connected with the switch must be bonded. 3. Only the ports on the same controller can be bonded.

Service not supported by the SAS host port
You can know which service cannot be supported by the SAS host port by going the FAQ-Which Services Cannot be Supported by the SAS Host Port website.

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