IBM Power Systems/AIX (H62x) FAQs

H620IP 7.0.4 (NetEx/IP) Frequently Asked Questions

Refer to the Support Table for the supported releases of H620IP. Typically the latest release is the highest numbered version.

Yes. A software key is required to operate this product. To obtain a key, please contact support@netex.com with your company and site name, contact information, NetEx/IP product designator (i.e. H620IP) and the host name.

Note: Beginning with Release 7.0.1, a new license key structure is in place so a new key will need to be obtained when upgrading from Releases prior to Release 7.0.1.

The order in which paths are generated is related to the order in which ADAPTER statements are specified in the NCT. Paths are generated in the following order: For each Local Host ADAPTER (proceeding from last to first), paths are generated to each Remote Host ADAPTER (proceeding from first to last). For example:

    HOSTA   HOST     TYPE=Linux    MODEL=Fedora
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=02 TO=eth0  
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=03 T0=eth0
    HOSTB   HOST     TYPE=Linux    MODEL=Fedora
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=12 T0=eth0
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=13 T0=eth0

Paths will be generated in the following order:

        Path 1: 03->12
        Path 2: 03->13
        Path 3: 02->12
        Path 4: 02->13

H620IP 7.0.1 (NetEx/IP) Frequently Asked Questions

Refer to the Support Table for the supported releases of H620IP. Typically the latest release is the highest numbered version.

Yes. A software key is required to operate this product. To obtain a key, please contact support@netex.com with your company and site name, contact information, NetEx/IP product designator (i.e. H620IP) and the host name.

Note: Beginning with Release 7.0.1, a new license key structure is in place so a new key will need to be obtained when upgrading from Releases prior to Release 7.0.1.

The order in which paths are generated is related to the order in which ADAPTER statements are specified in the NCT. Paths are generated in the following order: For each Local Host ADAPTER (proceeding from last to first), paths are generated to each Remote Host ADAPTER (proceeding from first to last). For example:

    HOSTA   HOST     TYPE=Linux    MODEL=Fedora
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=02 TO=eth0  
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=03 T0=eth0
    HOSTB   HOST     TYPE=Linux    MODEL=Fedora
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=12 T0=eth0
            ADAPTER  MODEL=N130    NETADDR=13 T0=eth0

Paths will be generated in the following order:

        Path 1: 03->12
        Path 2: 03->13
        Path 3: 02->12
        Path 4: 02->13

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