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Backplane on LA channel

In this deployment, LA channels are used for the cluster backplane.

localized image

  • NS0 - nodeId: 0, NSIP: 10.102.29.60

  • NS1 - nodeId: 1, NSIP: 10.102.29.70

  • NS2 - nodeId: 2, NSIP: 10.102.29.80

To deploy a cluster with the backplane interfaces as LA channels

  1. Create a cluster of nodes NS0, NS1, and NS2.

    1. Log on to the first node that you want to add to the cluster and do the following:

      > create cluster instance 1
      > add cluster node 0 10.102.29.60 -state ACTIVE
      > enable cluster instance 1
      > add ns ip 10.102.29.61 255.255.255.255 -type CLIP
      > save ns config
      > reboot -warm
      
    2. Log on to the cluster IP address and do the following:

      > add cluster node 1 10.102.29.70 -state ACTIVE
      > add cluster node 2 10.102.29.80 -state ACTIVE
      
    3. Log on to the nodes 10.102.29.70 and 10.102.29.80 to join the nodes to the cluster.

      > join cluster -clip 10.102.29.61 -password nsroot
      > save ns config
      > reboot -warm
      

    As seen in the above commands the interfaces 0/1/1, 1/1/1, and 2/1/1 are configured as the backplane interfaces of the three cluster nodes.

  2. Log on to the cluster IP address and do the following:

    1. Create the LA channels for nodes NS0 and NS1.

      > add channel 0/LA/1 -ifnum 0/1/1 0/1/2
      > add channel 1/LA/2 -ifnum 1/1/1 1/1/2
      
    2. Configure the backplane for the cluster nodes.

      > set cluster node 0 -backplane 0/LA/1
      > set cluster node 1 -backplane 1/LA/2
      > set cluster node 2 -backplane 2/1/1
      

Backplane on LA channel