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Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition QuickStart and Interoperability GuideAn Introduction Guide to OS10 Enterprise EditionAbstractQuick start and interoperability guide to assist with the installation,upgrade, and set up of in-band and out-of-band management,authentication, and interoperability between Dell-Dell and Dell-OEMdevices.July 2018Dell EMC Technical White Paper

RevisionsRevisionsDateDescriptionJuly 2018Initial releaseAcknowledgementsThis paper was produced by the following members of the Dell EMC Networking Solutions Engineering team:Author: Victor TeeterThe information in this publication is provided “as is.” Dell Inc. makes no representations or warranties of any kind with respect to the information in thispublication, and specifically disclaims implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.Use, copying, and distribution of any software described in this publication requires an applicable software license. July, 2018 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. All Rights Reserved. Dell, EMC, Dell EMC and other trademarks are trademarks of Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries.Other trademarks may be trademarks of their respective owners.Dell believes the information in this document is accurate as of its publication date. The information is subject to change without notice.2Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

AcknowledgementsTable of contentsRevisions. 2Acknowledgements . 2Introduction . 512Dell EMC Networking OS10EE switches used in this guide . 61.1Initial switch settings . 61.2Cisco Nexus switches . 7OS10EE installation and upgrades . 82.1Preparation . 82.1.1 Acquire operating system image . 82.1.2 Connect to the switch . 92.2Upgrade from current (non-OS10) OS to OS10EE using ONIE . 92.2.1 Configure USB drive for OS10EE installation .112.2.2 Manual install using USB .112.3Upgrade OS10EE to a current version using OS10EE commands .122.3.1 Install directly from the TFTP server .1432.4Zero-touch deployment .152.5Troubleshooting OS10EE installations .15Management network .173.1OOB management network configuration .173.1.1 Configure management IP addresses .1943.2In-band management configuration .203.3Serial port management .21Security basics .224.1VTY ACLs .224.2RADIUS, TACACS , and local authentication .224.2.1 Configure authentication methods .234.35Management VRF.25Connecting Dell EMC switches .285.1Port Channels .285.2VLANs .295.2.1 Changing the native VLAN .315.3Spanning Tree .315.3.1 STP edge ports .335.463VLT .33Connect Dell EMC to third party switches .36Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

Acknowledgements6.1Port channels .366.2VLANs .386.2.1 Changing the native VLAN .406.3Spanning tree protocol .406.3.1 STP edge ports .424ATechnical support and resources .43BHardware and software versions used in this document .44CContact technical support .45Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

IntroductionIntroductionThe Dell EMC Networking OS10EE Enterprise Edition, or OS10EE, is a network operating system (NOS) thatsupports multiple architectures and environments. Networking is moving from a monolithic networking model,where the NOS is embedded with the switch, to a customizable solution. The OS10EE design allows formultilayered disaggregation of the network functionality. The contributions to Open Source provides users thefreedom and flexibility in selecting networking, monitoring, management, and orchestration applications tomeet their needs. OS10EE bundles an industry-hardened networking stack that features standard L2 and L3protocols over a standard, and well accepted, CLI interface.This introduction guide provides examples for the installation of OS10EE and the deployment of the mostused features of this operating system, such as setting up VLT, port channels, and VLANs. This guide alsodemonstrates the integration of Dell EMC switches into existing brownfield environments. For more detailedinstructions regarding the features and protocols within this guide, readers are directed to the OS10Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E (R3).The steps in this document were validated using specified networking switches and operating system(s)which can be leveraged for other Dell EMC Networking switch models using the same networking OS version,or later.Quick Start Guide expectationsThis guide isThis guide is not/does notSupplemental to the OS10 Enterprise Edition UserGuide Release 10.4.0E(R3)A complete guide for OS10EEAn introduction for new OS10EE usersAn OEM switch configuration guideA reference for the most used features of OS10EEA guide for all features of OS10EEA secondary reference to the Release NotesTake precedence over Release NotesNote: Each new version of OS10EE has unique release notes that should be considered the latest information for therelease. The information provided takes precedence over any related information in this or other documentation.5Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

Dell EMC Networking OS10EE switches used in this guide1Dell EMC Networking OS10EE switches used in this guideThe Dell EMC Networking S4148F-ON in Figure 1 is used for most of the OS10EE command examples in thisguide. The OS10EE commands are similar to those of other Dell EMC switches that support OS10EE. Theport count and naming conventions may be different depending on your particular switch model.Dell EMC Networking S4148F-ON front viewDell EMC Networking S4148F-ON rear viewThe Dell EMC Networking S3048-ON is used in the out-of-band (OOB) examples in this guide. The OS10EEcommands are similar to those of other Dell EMC switches that support OS10EE. Port count and namingconventions may be different.Dell EMC Networking S3048-ON front view1.1Initial switch settingsThe configuration commands for the examples in this guide assume that the switches start at their factorydefault settings, with the default login ID (admin) and password (admin). The commands below are used toreset the Dell EMC Networking switches in this guide to factory defaults.Note: For switches such as the S4148F-ON that support port profiles, resetting to factory defaults also resets theswitch to the default port profile. For more information about port profiles, see the OS10 Enterprise Edition User GuideRelease 10.4.0E (R3).To reset OS10EE switches back to the factory default configuration, perform the following steps:1. Delete the startup-configuration file and reload the switch using the following commands:OS10#delete startup-configurationProceed to delete startup-configuration [yes/no(default)]:yesOS10#reloadSystem configuration has been modified. Save? [yes/no]:noProceed to reboot the system? [confirm yes/no]:yesThe switch reboots with default configuration settings.2.6To configure the switches, log in using the default username (admin) and password (admin).Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

Dell EMC Networking OS10EE switches used in this guide1.2Cisco Nexus switchesExamples provided in this guide show how Cisco Nexus 5600 series, 7000 series, and similar switches,interoperate with Dell EMC switches. The Cisco Nexus N5K-C5672UP switch was used to validate theexample commands and common features in this guide.Use the write erase command to reset the Cisco switch to the factory default configuration. Once the resetis complete, the reload command is used to restart the switch. After reload, "Power on Auto Provisioning"was not used, the admin password was configured and the Nexus “basic configuration dialog” was not used.Note: See the Cisco Nexus system documentation for more information.7Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

OS10EE installation and upgrades2OS10EE installation and upgradesThere are several options for the installation and upgrading of OS10EE. It may be installed manually usingthe onie-nos-install URL command while in ONIE, and can be upgraded from the OS10# commandprompt using the image install and boot system commands. Several protocols are supported for thetransfer of OS10EE files over the network to the switch. These protocols include TFTP, FTP, HTTP, SCP, andSFTP. You can also copy and install the OS from a local file using a USB device, or the IMAGE directory onthe switch.This chapter provides two examples detailing the steps required to: Update from any installed (non-OS10EE) OS to OS10EE using ONIE and a USB deviceUpdate from one version of OS10EE to another using OS10EE commands and a TFTP serverIf installed, enter the show version command from the OS10# command prompt to view the currentversion of OS10EE on the switch. In the example below, the current OS version is 10.4.0E(R3).OS10# show versionDell EMC Networking OS10 EnterpriseCopyright (c) 1999-2018 by Dell Inc. All Rights Reserved.OS Version: 10.4.0E(R3)Build Version: 10.4.0E(R3.233)Build Time: 2018-03-30T18:05:41-0700System Type: S4148F-ONArchitecture: x86 64Up Time: 22:02:22For details regarding OS10EE installation and updates not covered in this Quick Start Guide, refer to theGetting Started chapter of the OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E (R3). Information onupdating or installing using a Zero Touch Deployment through ONIE can be found in the ONIE User Guide.2.1PreparationTo begin the installation or upgrade process, ensure that the OS10EE image to be installed is acquired andthat a proper connection to the switch is present. Network services such as DHCP, TFTP, and FTP, or a USBdevice, must be ready to accommodate the process as required. This document provides specific steps foreach of the examples given, and shows how to use required services for these particular instances.Note: For installations or upgrades using protocols and services not included in this document, see the OS10Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E (R3).2.1.1Acquire operating system imageThe latest OS10EE operating system can be downloaded from either the OS10EE download site (for a triallicense), or the Dell Digital Locker (DDL) for a perpetual license beyond the trial period.1.2.3.4.8Sign in to the DDL using your account credentials.Locate the entry for your entitlement ID and order number, then select the product name.From the Product page, click the Available Downloads tab.Select the OS10EE image to download, then click Download.Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

OS10EE installation and upgrades5. Review the Dell End User License Agreement (EULA), and if you agree to the terms provided, clickYes, I agree.6. Select the desired download method for the software files, then click Download Now.Note: Compare checksum values of each downloaded file to ensure integrity.The new downloaded OS10EE file will be in a .tar (archived) format and will need to be unarchived and thecontents copied to an accessible location (e.g. USB, IMAGE, TFTP server, etc.) before installing/upgrading.Unarchiving a file may be accomplished using the Linux tar -xvf file.tar command or with archivingtools available for Microsoft operating systems such as WinRAR. The file may be transferred to one of theswitch’s accessible locations using a transport protocol (e.g. TFTP, FTP, etc.). See the OS10EE ReleaseNotes for more information on supported protocols for installation.2.1.2Connect to the switchUse one of the following methods to verify that the system is properly connected before starting installation: Connect a serial cable and terminal emulator to the console serial port on the switch. The serialport settings can be found in the Installation Guide for your particular switch model. For example,the S4100-ON serial port settings are 115200, 8 data bits, and no parity.Connect the management port to the network if you prefer downloading the image over thenetwork. Use the Installation Guide for your particular switch model for more information onsetting up the management port.Note: Keep regular backups of switch configurations somewhere off of the switch, and before performing OS updatesor changes.2.2Upgrade from current (non-OS10) OS to OS10EE using ONIEThis method may be used for upgrading your switch to OS10EE if:a. The switch is currently running Dell EMC Networking OS9 and the desire is to update to OS10EEb. The switch is currently running a non-Dell OS, and the desire is to update to OS10EEThis is not the recommended method for updating a switch from one version of OS10EE to another version ofOS10EE since it will erase any existing configuration. See the next section for steps in upgrading OS10EEwith new versions of OS10EE.Perform the following steps to uninstall the current OS, then upgrade to OS10EE.Note: Uninstalling the current OS is recommended, but not required.1. Reload the switch (if OS9 is currently loaded, use the reload command), and press the ESC keybefore the counter reaches zero.Grub 1.99 rc1 (Dell EMC)Built by root at gbbdev-maa-01 on Sat Nov 25 12:54:44 UTC 2017S4000 Boot Flash Label 3.21.2.9 NetBoot Label 3.21.2.9Press Esc to stop autoboot . 3.2.1.Grub 1.99 rc1 (Dell EMC)Built by root at gbbdev-maa-01 on Sat Nov 25 12:54:44 UTC 20179Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise Edition Quick Start and Interoperability Guide

OS10EE installation and upgradesS4000 Dell Dell DELL ONIE Boot Flash Label 3.21.2.9 NetBoot Label 3.21.2.9 EMC Networking EMC Networking OS-Boot Line Interface EMC DIAG 3. Use the down arrow key to highlight ONIE then press the Enter key.4. An ONIE-enabled device boots up with pre-loaded diagnostics and ONIE software, and displays thefollowing menu: *ONIE: ONIE: ONIE: ONIE: ONIE: ONIE: Install OSRescueUninstall OSUpdate ONIEEmbed ONIEDiag ONIEOnly the ONIE: Uninstall OS and the ONIE: Install OS selections are used in this upgrade example.Table 2 describes the actions for each menu option.GRUB bootloader commands and actions10GNU GRUB menu selectionActions performedONIE: Install OS Use for downloading and installing an OS from an URLBoots to the ONIE promptInstalls an OS10EE image using the automatic discovery processDeletes previously installed image and configurationStarts ONIE with ONIE Discovery Service (factory default boot)ONIE: Rescue Boots to the ONIE promptAllows for manual installation of an OS10EE imageAl

The Dell EMC Networking OS10EE Enterprise Edition, or OS10EE, is a network operating system (NOS) that supports multiple architectures and environments. Networking is moving from a monolithic networking model, where the NOS is embedded with the switch, to a customizable solution. The OS10EE design allows for