Mapping VLAN to ports in HPVM

January 17, 2011 — Leave a comment

Long time since my last post about HP Integrity Virtual Machines, well you know I’ve been very occupied with vSphere and Linux but that doesn’t mean that I completely eliminate HP-UX from my life, on the contrary… HP-UX ROCKS! :-D

This is just a quick post on how to map a specific port of virtual switch to a specific VLAN. First retrieve the configuration of the vswitch.

[root@hpvmhost] ~ # hpvmnet -S devlan12
Name     Number State   Mode      NamePPA  MAC Address    IP Address
======== ====== ======= ========= ======== ============== ===============
devlan12      3 Up      Shared    lan4     0x000cfc0046b9 10.1.1.99    

[Port Configuration Details]
Port    Port         Port     Untagged Number of    Active VM
Number  State        Adaptor  VLANID   Reserved VMs
======= ============ ======== ======== ============ ============
1       Active       lan      none     1            oradev01
2       Active       lan      none     1            oradev02
3       Active       lan      none     1            oradev03
4       Active       lan      none     1            oradev04
5       Active       lan      none     1            nfstest01
6       Active       lan      none     1            linuxvm1
7       Active       lan      none     1            linuxvm2 

[root@hpvmhost] ~ #

We are going to map the port 5 to the VLAN 120 in order to isolate the traffic of that NFS server from the other virtual machines that aren’t on the same VLAN. Again the command to use is hpmvnet.

[root@hpvmhost] ~ # hpvmnet -S devlan12 -u portid:5:vlanid:120

If you display again the HPVM network configuration for the devlan12 vswitch the change will appear under the Untagged VLANID column.

[root@hpvmhost] ~ # hpvmnet -S devlan12
Name     Number State   Mode      NamePPA  MAC Address    IP Address
======== ====== ======= ========= ======== ============== ===============
devlan12      3 Up      Shared    lan4     0x000cfc0046b9 10.1.1.99    

[Port Configuration Details]
Port    Port         Port     Untagged Number of    Active VM
Number  State        Adaptor  VLANID   Reserved VMs
======= ============ ======== ======== ============ ============
1       Active       lan      none     1            oradev01
2       Active       lan      none     1            oradev02
3       Active       lan      none     1            oradev03
4       Active       lan      none     1            oradev04
5       Active       lan      120      1            nfstest01
6       Active       lan      none     1            linuxvm1
7       Active       lan      none     1            linuxvm2 

[root@hpvmhost] ~ #

Juanma.

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