OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)

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switch-port-profile

Configures a port profile on the switch. The port profile determines the available front-panel ports and breakout modes.

Syntax
switch-port-profile node/unit profile
Parameters
  • node/unit — Enter switch information. For a standalone switch, enter 1/1.
  • profile — Enter the name of a platform-specific profile.
Default
profile-1
Command Mode
CONFIGURATION
Usage Information
  • S4148-ON series port profiles:
    • profile-1 — SFP+ 10G ports (1-24 and 31-54) and QSFP28 100G ports (25-26 and 29-30) are enabled.

      QSFP28 ports support 100GE and 4x10G, 4x25G, and 2x50G breakouts.

    • profile-2 — SFP+ 10G ports (1-24 and 31-50), QSFP+ 40G ports (27-28), and QSFP28 ports in 40G mode (25-26 and 29-30) are enabled.

      QSFP+ and QSFP28 ports support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts.

    • profile-3 — SFP+ 10G ports (5-24 and 31-50), QSFP+ 40G ports (27-28), and QSFP28 ports with 40G and 100G capability (25-26 and 29-30) are enabled.

      QSFP+ ports support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports support 100GE and 4x25G breakouts with QSFP28 transceivers, and 40GE and 4x10G breakouts with QSFP+ transceivers.

    • profile-4 — SFP+ 10G ports (5-24 and 31-50), QSFP+ 40G ports (27-28), and QSFP28 ports with 40G and 100G capability (25-26 and 29-30) are enabled.

      QSFP+ ports support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports support 100GE and 2x50G breakouts with QSFP28 transceivers, and 40GE and 4x10G breakouts with QSFP+ transceivers.

    • profile-5 — SFP+ 10G ports (1-24 and 31-54), QSFP+ 40G ports (27-28), QSFP28 ports with 40G capability (26 and 30), and QSFP28 ports with 40G and 100G capability (25 and 29) are enabled.

      QSFP+ ports support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports 26 and 30 support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts with QSFP+ transceivers. QSFP28 ports 25 and 29 support 100GE and 4x25G breakouts with QSFP28 transceivers, and 40GE and 4x10G breakouts with QSFP+ transceivers.

    • profile-6 — SFP+ 10G ports (1-24 and 31-54), QSFP+ 40G ports (27-28), QSFP28 ports with 40G capability (26 and 30), and QSFP28 ports with 40G and 100G capability (25 and 29) are enabled.

      QSFP+ ports support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports 26 and 30 support 40GE and 4x10G breakouts with QSFP+ transceivers. QSFP28 ports 25 and 29 support 100GE and 2x50G breakouts with QSFP28 transceivers, and 40GE and 4x10G breakouts with QSFP+ transceivers.

  • S4148U-ON port profiles:
    • profile-1 — SFP+ unified ports (1-24), QSFP28 unified ports (25-26 and 29-30), QSFP+ Ethernet ports (27-28), and SFP+ Ethernet ports (31-54) are enabled.
      • SFP+ unified port groups operate in FC mode with 2x16GFC breakouts (ports 1 and 3) by default and support 4x8GFC. SFP+ unified ports support Ethernet 10GE mode.
      • QSFP28 unified ports 25 and 29 operate in Ethernet 100GE mode by default, and support 40GE with QSFP+ transceivers and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports 25 and 29 support 1x32GFC, 2x16GFC, and 4x8GFC in FC mode.
      • QSFP28 unified ports 26 and 30 operate in Ethernet 40GE mode by default and support 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports 26 and 30 support 1x32GFC, 2x16GFC, and 4x8GFC in FC mode.
      • QSFP+ Ethernet ports operate at 40GE by default and support 4x10G breakouts.
      • SFP+ Ethernet ports operate at 10GE.
    • profile-2 — SFP+ unified ports (1-24), QSFP28 unified ports (25-26 and 29-30), QSFP+ Ethernet ports (27-28), and SFP+ Ethernet ports (31-54) are enabled.
      • SFP+ unified ports operate in Ethernet 10GE mode by default. SFP+ unified port groups support 4x8GFC and 2x16GFC breakouts (ports 1 and 3) in FC mode.
      • QSFP28 unified ports 25 and 29 operate in Ethernet 100GE mode by default, and support 40GE with QSFP+ transceivers and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports 25 and 29 support 1x32GFC, 2x16GFC, and 4x8GFC in FC mode.
      • QSFP28 unified ports 26 and 30 operate in Ethernet 40GE mode by default and support 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports 26 and 30 support 1x32GFC, 2x16GFC, and 4x8GFC in FC mode.
      • QSFP+ Ethernet ports operate at 40GE by default and support 4x10G breakouts.
      • SFP+ Ethernet ports operate at 10GE.
    • profile-3 — SFP+ unified ports (1-24), QSFP28 unified ports (25-26 and 29-30), and SFP+ Ethernet ports (31-54) are enabled. QSFP+ Ethernet ports (27-28) are not available.
      • SFP+ unified ports operate in Ethernet 10GE mode by default. SFP+ unified port groups support 4x8GFC and 2x16GFC breakouts (ports 1 and 3) in FC mode.
      • QSFP28 unified ports operate in Ethernet 100GE mode by default and support 4x25G and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports support 2x16GFC and 4x16GFC breakouts in FC mode.
      • SFP+ Ethernet ports operate at 10GE.
    • profile-4 — SFP+ unified ports (1-24), QSFP28 unified ports (25-26 and 29-30), and SFP+ Ethernet ports (31-54) are enabled. QSFP+ Ethernet ports (27-28) are not available.
      • SFP+ unified ports operate in Ethernet 10GE mode by default. SFP+ unified ports support 4x8FC in FC mode.
      • QSFP28 unified ports operate in Ethernet 100GE mode by default, and support 2x50G, 4x25G, and 4x10G breakouts. QSFP28 ports support 4x16GFC breakouts in FC mode.
      • SFP+ Ethernet ports operate at 10GE.
Usage Information
  • Setting a port group in 2x16GFC mode activates odd-numbered interfaces 1 and 3. A port group in 1x32GFC mode activates only interface 1.
  • To display the current port profile on a switch, enter the show switch-port-profile command.
  • To change the port profile on a switch, enter the switch-port-profile command with the desired profile, save it to the startup configuration, and reload the switch. The switch reboots with new port configuration. The no version of the command resets to the default profile. When a switch reloads with a new port profile, the startup configuration resets to system defaults, except for the switch-port profile and these configured settings:
    • Management interface 1/1/1 configuration
    • Management IPv4/IPv6 static routes
    • System hostname
    • Unified Forwarding Table (UFT) mode
    • ECMP maximum paths
    You must manually reconfigure other settings on a switch after you apply a new port profile and reload the switch.
Example
OS10(config)# switch-port-profile 1/1 profile-1
                                       Warning: Switch port profile will be applied only after a save and reload. All management port 
                                       configurations will be retained but all other configurations will be wiped out after the reload.
                                       OS10(config)# do write memory
                                       OS10(config)# do reload    
                                    
Supported Releases
10.3.0E or later

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