FAQs about OceanStor Toolkit


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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.

Login address of Toolkit for OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01
Login address of Toolkit for OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01: https://xx.xx.xx.xx:8088/tools. xx.xx.xx.xx is the IP address of port NIC0 on the storage node at the bottom of the basic cabinet.

FAQ-ACL matching order
Question: How do rules in an ACL take effect?

Answer: An ACL consists of multiple deny | permit clauses, each of which describes a rule. The device supports two matching orders: the configuration order (config) and the automatic order (auto). The default order is config, that is, rules are processed in the order that they are configured. You can use the match-order { auto | config } command to change the matching order. auto: indicates that ACL rules are processed based on the depth first principle. If the ACL rules are of the same depth first order, they are processed in ascending order of rule IDs. For details about the depth first principle, see Configuration > CLI-based Configuration > Configuration Guide - Security > ACL Configuration > Principle > Matching Order in the product documentation. config: indicates that the rules are processed based on the configuration order. If rule IDs are specified, packets match ACL rules in ascending order of rule IDs.

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