N108 and BH101 are connected via a pair of multimode fibers, ports MM108-49 and MM108-50.
One provides connectivity for the 10.0/16 network, and the other connects the N108 ENS switch (18.104.22.168/24) to BH101.
N108 is somewhat of a mess due to lack of a real switch.
Currently the only 22.214.171.124/24 switch is in server rack 2, and is connected to the N108 ENS Switch.
The 10.0/16 fiber connects to a switch1 in node rack 3. node rack 3 siwtch 2 is connected to switch 1.
server rack 2 internal switch connects to node rack 3 switch 1.
node rack 4 switch 1 connects to node rack 3 switch 1.
BH101 is in better order.
The 10.0/16 and 126.96.36.199/24 fibers both connect to server rack 1.
node rack 3 and node rack 4 switches 1 and 2 are connected to server rack 1 switch-1-1.
switch-1-1 is vlanned to provide access to both 10.0/16 and 188.8.131.52/24 to machines in its rack.
BKS Rack 0 Switch (BH101, Far Right row)
switch-3-1 HP ProBlade 2910al-48G switch J9147a access with: ssh root@switch-3-1 from sgehead.bkslab.org passwd: clust0recipe
BKS Rack 1 Switch: (BH101, 2nd from leftmost Row)
switch-1-1 HP Procurve Switch 2848, J4904A. access with: telnet to switch-1-1 from sgehead.bkslab.org username: admin password: clust0recipe
BKS Rack 7 Switch: (N108, rightmost row)
switch-2-1.bkslab.org Dell Ethernet Switch, PowerConnect 6248 (PCT6248) accessed with: telnet to switch-2-1 from sgehead.bkslab.org password: clust0recipe IP Address: 10.0.2.10 Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
BKS Rack 9 Switch: (BH101, 2nd from rightmost)
switch-4-1.cluster.ucsf.bkslab.org Dell Ethernet Switch, PowerConnect 6248 (PCT6248) accessed with: telnet to switch-4-1 from cluster 2 password: clust0 IP Address: 10.20.0.254 Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 user: admin pw: clust0