2600 V3 Compatibility

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Query the server compatibility on the OceanStor Interoperability Navigator: http://support-open.huawei.com/ready/pages/user/compatibility/support-matrix.jsf

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E5 2600 v3
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 CPUs adopt the Haswell-EP architecture. Huawei V3 servers, such as RH2288 V3, RH2288H V3, and RH1288 V3, support Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 CPUs.

E5 2600
Intel Xeon E5-2600 and E5-2600 v2 are Sandy Bridge CPUs provided by Intel for mainstream 2-socket servers. Huawei RH2288H V2 and RH1288 V2 servers support E5-2600 and E5-2600 v2 CPUs.

Version mapping of software on hosts for the OceanStor V3 series
Obtain the SystemReporter, UltraPath, CloudService, Toolkit, and eSDK versions compatible with the OceanStor V3 series from the version mapping of a specific version. Log in to http://support.huawei.com/enterprise and enter product model version mapping to find the specific mapping you are looking for.

DeviceManager browser compatibility
The browsers supported by DeviceManager vary with operating systems. DeviceManager running on Windows 7 Professional for x86/x64 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition SP1 for x64 supports the following browsers: Internet Explorer 9 to 11 Firefox 24 to 28 Chrome 27 to 35 DeviceManager running on Mac OS X 10.5 or later versions supports the following browsers: Safari 5.5 to 8.0

RFC 1583 compatibility
Question: Does RFC 1583 compatibility have impact on route selection? Is RFC 1583 compatibility enabled by default? Answer: The rfc1583 compatible command is used to enable the routing selection rule compatible with RFC 1583. After the undo rfc1583 compatible command is executed: If two routes, one in the backbone area and the other in a non-backbone area, direct to the ASBR, the route in the non-backbone area is preferentially selected. If all routes to the ASBR are in non-backbone areas, the route with the lowest cost is preferentially selected. If the routes have the same cost value, the route with the largest area ID has the highest precedence. If the routes to the ASBR are in both backbone area and non-backbone areas, the route with the lowest cost is preferentially selected. If the routes have the same cost value, the route with the largest area ID is preferentially selected. The area ID of the backbone area is 0, so that routes in the backbone area will not be selected. On an S series switch supporting OSPF, RFC 1583 compatibility is enabled by default. If multiple routes exist, the switch selects the route with the lowest cost. If the routes have the same cost value, the switch selects the route with the largest area ID.

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