Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

VLAN Configuration

The VLAN Configuration tab allows you to view and manage the VLAN settings of the IOAs within the PowerEdge M1000e and PowerEdge FX2/FX2s chassis.

The following are the fields displayed in the VLAN Configuration tab:

Table 1. VLAN Configuration. The following table describes the fields displayed in the VLAN Configuration tab.
Field Description
Last Inventory Time

Displays the last VLAN inventory time.

Grouped by: Fabric

Displays the attribute by which the currently displayed data is grouped. By default, the VLAN configuration inventory is grouped by Fabric.

Total

Displays the total number of attributes.

Modified

Displays the number of attributes that you have modified.

Chassis Blade

Displays details of the blade servers that are installed in the chassis.

Modified

Displays if you have modified the VLAN ID.

Server Name

Displays the host name of the blade server.

Service Tag

Displays the Service Tag of the blade server.

Model

Displays the model name of the blade server. If this field is blank, the server is not present.

Slot

Displays the slot where the blade server is installed.

Subslot

Displays the subslot of the blade server node.

NIC

Displays the Fully Qualified Device Descriptor (FQDD) of the NIC.

NIC Port

Displays the NIC port to which the blade server is connected.

Chassis IOA

Displays details of the IOAs that are installed in the chassis.

IOA Name

Displays the name of the IOA.

IOA Model

Displays the model name of the IOA.

Fabric

Displays the fabric associated with a specific slot of the chassis. The fabric is identified by a combination of the group name (A, B, or C) and slot number (1 or 2).

Port

Displays the port assigned to the IOA.

Tagged VLAN(s)

Displays the tagged VLAN IDs of the IOAs.

Untagged VLAN

Displays the untagged VLAN IDs of the IOAs.

Set to default value

Click to set the VLAN IDs to the default values.

Reset All

Click to revert all changes that you had made.

Apply

Click to apply the changes to the VLAN settings.


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