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1 CAM 5.0 July 2006 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Microsystems, Inc.

2 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 2 Agenda CAM Value CAM/SANtricity Rules Migrating to CAM CAM ↔ SANtricity Terminology Configurations Key Concepts Architecture CAM Components CAM Features GUI, CLI Configuration Service / Support Demo/Lab

3 CAM Value

4 Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only Common Array Manager Provides common interface for Sun arrays > Meets customer demand for consistent user interface across Sun product family > Lowers operations costs via simplified workflows and “pools and profiles” functionality > CAM glues it all together... Enables Sun “stickiness” in customer environments > Creates a consistent Sun “look and feel” over a variety of array products > Enables every Sun array, as well as SMI-S compliant third-party arrays, to be plug compatible with Sun's management environment > Ease of use encourages customers to make their next technology purchase from Sun Simplifies management of Sun arrays

5 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Value Messages for CAM Investment Protection Consistent Look-n-Feel across products Similar User Interfaces across the 6000, 3000 and 1000 product family will reduce training cost and thus reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Software / Firmware Update Easy, non-intrusive updates to software and firmware on the system from installation to retirement. Web Browser User Interface Allows customers to manage from any workstation at the site. Standards based Common NMI-S (SMI-S++) based APIs (northbound) for application and storage/component integration Storage Profiles Customers can quickly provision storage based on application characteristics Service Advisor Linked online advise to replace components or diagnose and resolve issues Remote Monitoring Eliminates the need for on site maintenance by allowing customers and Sun Service personnel to remotely Monitor and Manage the system

6 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 CAM Deployment Embedded – Upper Midrange Systems (69x0) > Installed on Service Processor > Views/Manages a single array > Captive vs. External Storage Host-Based – Lower Midrange Systems (61x0, 6540, LCA) > Installed on host in network > Learns of arrays via registration or discovery > Communicates with array via out of band TCP/IP Network or in band FC (Dependent on storage system) > User selects array to manage > Supports “many-box” but not “multi-box”

7 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 CAM / SANtricity Rules Customers with existing SANtricity installations get a choice New installations get CAM Appeals process is available > Both are strong products with their strengths and weaknesses > CAM is the strategic direction

8 Migration

9 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Benefits of CAM Migration CBEM 4.2 / SA 2.4 CAM 5.X Migration

10 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Terminology Migration SANtricity CAM Volume Group Partition Virtual Disk Storage Profile Storage Domain Storage Pool What happens when I switch???

11 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Volumes → Volumes

12 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Volume Groups → Virtual Disks

13 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Mappings → Mappings

14 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 How to migrate in 3 easy steps... 1) Exit SANtricity 2) Install / Startup CAM 3) Discover/Register Arrays

15 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0... and get your ENTIRE Configuration There will be only 1 pool – Default There will only be the Factory Default Profiles All the volumes will not be assigned to a pool You will need to manually move the volumes to pools over time > CAM will help you choose

16 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Assign Volumes → Pools

17 Key Concepts

18 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 18 Storage Pools & Profiles Storage pools organize and facilitate capacity management around services delivered Each pool is associated with a unique Storage Profile > Multiple pools could use the same Storage Profile Aggregates captive storage in the array > RAW storage can come from multiple controllers/trays > View used and available space > Moved, add or delete capacity Works with profiles to simplify tasks Adding storage to pool > Characteristics from associated profile tell CAM how to configure raw storage (RAID, Segment Size, etc) Provisioning capacity from a pool (creating a volume) > Characteristics from associated profile tell CAM how to configure the volume. (Stripe Width, etc) Virtual Disk Creation a side effect of working with pools Array HW/FW dictates Pool/Profile behaviors

19 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Physical Drives Volume Groups Volumes SANtricity Volume Groups built from Physical Disks Volumes built from Volume Groups > Volumes cannot span volume groups Partitions

20 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 CAM 61x0, 6540 Physical Drives Virtual Disks Volumes Pools Virtual Disks built from Physical Disks Volumes built from Virtual Disks > Volumes cannot span Virtual Disks Volumes reside in pools You do not explicitly need to create Virtual Disks > Virtual Disks are created when: >User explicitly asks for it when creating a volume. >CAM needs to create one in order to satisfy a volume creation request. Need to be sure a pool exists with the right profile > Start with Profiles / Pools Create a volume from a pool and let CAM guide you through the process.

21 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 CAM 69x0 Physical Drives Virtual Disks Volumes Pools Virtual Disks built from Physical Disks Volumes built from Virtual Disks > Volumes can span Virtual Disks Virtual Disks reside in pools Volumes reside in pools You do not explicitly need to create Virtual Disks > Virtual Disks are created when you add storage to a pool. Need to be sure a pool exists with the right profile > Start with Profiles / Pools > Add Storage to the Pool Create a volume from a pool and let CAM guide you through the process. > Volumes can span Virtual Disks that reside in the same pool.

22 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Putting it all together... SANtricity Physical Drives CAM 61x0, 6540CAM 69x0 Volume Groups Volumes Virtual Disks Volumes Pools Partitions

23 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 OK, what can I change? Volumes > Change the profile for the pool the volume resides in. >Changes all volumes in the pool. > Move the volume to a different pool (with a different profile) > Modify the properties on the volume details page >Modifiable properties do not overlap with Profile properties. Profiles > Cannot modify Factory Profiles > Can only change name & description for user profiles that are in use. Limits/restrictions driven by: > FW restrictions > CAM implementation of pools/profiles

24 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Global Change Rules Segment Size can only be changed by 1 step at a time Can only change the RAID level if the underlying Virtual Disks have the appropriate number of disks. > Going to RAID 1 requires even number of disks. Cannot expand a Virtual Disk that is used in a pool whose profile specifies a fixed number of disks. Can only change one of the following properties at a time: > Segment Size, RAID Level, number of disks >For example, cannot change to a profile that has both a new segment size and RAID level

25 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Changing the Profile on a Pool CAM filters out invalid (potential) assignments In order to change to a Profile with a different RAID level: > All Volumes in the pool must reside on the same Virtual Disk > The Virtual Disk cannot have any other volumes residing in other pools In order to change to a Profile with a different Segment Size > Pool cannot contain more than 1 volume due to restriction on having only 1 long-running operation on a volume or virtual disk at a given time

26 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Changing the Pool on a Volume CAM filters out invalid (potential) assignments RAID Level change is only allowed if this volume is the only volume on the underlying Virtual Disk > Raid Level of Virtual Disk changing which would impact other volumes

27 Architecture

28 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Architecture Future Providers... Admin Provider DSP Provider 6020 Provider CSM-II Provider LCA Provider CIM Object Manager (CIMOM) Future Plug In 2 Proprietary Plug In 1 CIMOM Plug In SMI-S Plug In NMI-S Plug In Future Plug In 1 Business Object Layer (BOL) JSPsServletsLockhart HTTP Server Management Server > User Interface Logic (GUI and CLI) > Both Interfaces pass through this layer Business Object Layer (BOL) > Business Rules > “Smarts” of the software CIM Object Manager (CIMOM) > Data Models > Interfaces to HW Components Future Device 2 69x0 61x0LCA Flx380 Future Device 1 Common Code All components decompose into the following:

29 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Host-Based Architecture / Implementation JSPsServletsLockhart HTTP Server Management Server Proprietary Plug In 1 Business Object Layer (BOL) Ethernet Network Work Station 6130 Available Server Fault Management System (FMS)

30 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 FMS Detail Lockhart Web Server CAM UI n n StorADE 2.4 Client API Jetty Web Server (StorADE 2.4 rashttp/xml Interface) StorADE Client API Consumers ESM Portal Element Managers Web Browser Remote Transports (Notification) SCRK Persistence Discovery Event / Alarm Jobs Diagnostics Reports Diagnosis Notification Scheduling CLI Reserve/ Locking Logging Service Advisor Fault Mgmt Service API Local Transports (Notification ) Email SNMP Sun Services Backend Infrastructure Customer Email/Mgt. App Device Plug-in API Discover y HTTP S SMTP SNMP HTTPS Instrumen t Health Policie s Log Parser Revisions Diagnostic s Revision Device Fault Management APIs (embedded in FMS) Device Fault Management APIs (embedded in the Device) Monitored Devices and Software Applications FMS JVM Control (Service Advisor) Configuration Instrumentation Topology Events Alarms Logs Jobs Schedules Reservations

31 CAM Features

32 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 32 Multiple Array Management Station Role Based Access and User Management Application Aware Storage Provisioning (Profiles and Pools) LUN Mapping Array Registration and Auto Discovery Parallel Management Station Servers Vertical striping of Virtual Disks Dynamic RAIDset and Volume Initialization, Expansion and Reconfiguration Volume level block size, ReadAhead, and Disk Scrubbing Performance Monitoring Snapshot and Volume Copy Data Services Fault Detection and Service Advice Premium Feature Licensing > Storage Domains, Snaphots, Volume Copy Pairs CAM Feature Highlights

33 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 33 Storage Systems Summary List Detailed Listing Register Auto Discover Delete Upgrade Controller FW Upgrade Disk FW Manage Passwords Define Default Host Type Define Start/Stop Cache % Configure Background Disk Scrubbing Configure Alert Fail-Over Delay Set Time Manually Synchronize Time with Time Server Define Number of Array Hot Spares Configure Performance Monitoring Add licenses Disable licenses View Activity Log View System Specific Alarms Volumes Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Map Un-Map Copy Expand Replicate Snapshot View Performance Statistics Modify Pool Assignments Enable/Disable Write Cache Enable/Disable Disk Scrubbing Change Controller Ownership Modify Modification Priority Virtual Disks Summary List Detailed Listing Expand Defragment Revive Offline

34 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 34 Snapshots Summary List Detailed Listing Create Map Re-Snap Disable Delete Copy Replication Sets Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Suspend Resume Modify Role Test Communication Modify Mode Modify Replication Priority Pools Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Modify Profile Association Profiles Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Copy

35 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 35 Jobs Summary List Detailed Listing Cancel Initiators Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Modify Host Modify Host Type Hosts Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Map Un-Map Modify Host Group Assignments Host Groups Summary List Detailed Listing Create Delete Add Members Remove Members Map Un-Map Controllers Detailed Listing View Performance Statistics Reset Test Communications Configure Ethernet Port > DHCP/BOOTP > Assign IP Address

36 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 36 Ports Summary List Detailed Listing Modify Preferred Loop ID Trays Summary List Detailed Listing Disks Summary List Detailed Listing Assign Hot Spare Revive Reconstruct Initialize Fail Mappings Summary List Map Un-Map General Configuration Set up Site Information Set up Health Monitoring Define Notification > SMTP or SNMP Users Summary List Create Delete Alarms Summary List > CAM Wide & System Specific Detailed Listing Acknowledge Re-Open Delete View Aggregated Events

37 CAM GUI

38 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 38

39 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 39 GUI Mast Head Quick Links. # CAM Users Last Refresh Alarm Summary (All Devices)

40 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 40 List of all Arrays CAM is Managing Specific Array Logical Entities Physical Components CAM Wide Information Navigation Tree

41 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 41 Summary  Detail Model

42 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 42 Supports a wide range of users Let CAM do it all... I want to tell CAM what to do... I will guide CAM...

43 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 43 For those who want total control Create a volume on a new Virtual Disk (Raid Set) using these specific disks.

44 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 44 How/Where do I find “How to do X?” Context Sensitive on-line Help Summary/Detail Pages – Active Buttons > There may be multiple ways... Let's look at some examples > On-Line Help > Performance Statistics > Assigning Hot Spares

45 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 45 Context Sensitive On-Line Help Clicking “Help” on the Volume Summary Page takes me to the help for that page.

46 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 46 On-Line Help TOC, and Indexed I can read about RAID levels and array performance

47 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Performance Monitoring – Controllers Controller Details Page

48 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Performance Monitoring – Volumes Volume Summary Page

49 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Performance Monitoring – 1 Volume Volume Details Page

50 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Creating Hot Spares Disk Details or Storage System Details

51 CAM CLI

52 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 52 CLI Features Remote CLI shared across product line Multi-Platform Support Full Feature Set Scriptable Backward compatible – Continued support for 6120, 6320, 6920 Man pages (UNIX) Maintenance Commands SSCS(1M) NAME sscs - administration command for the Sun StorEdge 6140 arrays SYNOPSIS (SUN STOREDGE 6140 COMMANDS) The Sun StorageTek 6140 array uses the commands in the following sections. DESCRIPTION /opt/se6x20/cli/bin/sscs provides management for the Sun StorageTek 6140 array. The sscs command enables you to manage volumes, volume copies, snapshots, arrays, storage pools, profiles, virtual disks, and storage trays. NOTE: sscs has an inactivity timer. The session terminates if you do not issue any sscs commands for 30 minutes. You must log in again when you issue a command after the timeout. Benefits All processing performed on the server. New features installed on the server immediately available to all clients. > Client upgrade not necessary with server upgrade Performance independent of client machine Code sharing with GUI

53 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 53 CLI Commands Login > Must login into a CAM host before executing SSCS commands. bash-2.05$./sscs login -h localhost -u storage Built in help > --help keyword > Correct syntax as part of error messages bash-2.05$ sscs modify --help modify array controller date disk fcport host hostgroup initiator jobs license performance pool profile registeredarray repset snapshot tray userrole vdisk volume volume-copy bash-2.05$ sscs create profile -a, -r, -s, -h, -n: required option is missing. create -a|--array -r|--raid- level -s|--segsize -h|- - readahead -n|--number-of- disks [-k|--disk-type ] [-d|--description ] profile

54 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 54 CLI Commands - Summary/Details bash-2.05$ sscs list array Array: alpha_6130 Array: NMS-OZ-12 Array: SUN-6130 Array: felMar Array: TF_FVT_2 Array: b-real Array: rick6140 Array: Robot Array: CBEM_CSM2_4 Array: pubs Array: CBEM_CSM2_1 Array: CBEM_CSM2_3 Array: NR_03_Arr2 Array: NR_03_Arr1 Array: array00 Array: Hal Array: TB-CSM2 bash-2.05$ sscs list array felMar Array: felMar Array Type: 6130 Serial Number: SUN.348-0046776.0415075423 Firmware Version: 06.12.09.10 Array WWN: 60:0A:0B:80:00:13:99:FF:00: Health Status: Degraded Hot Spare Pool Disks: 0 Node WWN: 20:04:00:A0:B8:13:99:FF Disk Scrubbing: 30 days Default Cache Block Size: 16384 Default Cache Start %: 80 Default Cache Stop %: 80 Default Host Type: PTX - PTX Failover Alert Delay: 5 minutes Follows GUI Style/Model Summaries > sscs list object Detailed Listing > sscs list object name

55 Service (Problem Solving)

56 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 56 Problems are detected by the array and exposed (FailureTypeList) SANtricity reads the FailureEntries and creates Alarms SANtricity maps the Failures to Recovery GURU Procedures Problems are detected by the array and exposed (FailureTypeList) CAM reads the FailureEntries and creates Alarms CAM maps the Failures to Service Advisor Procedures Common Array Manager SANtricity Problems and Recovery

57 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 57 Alarms Aggregate Problems CAM aggregates events to provide better fault isolation Example: Non-present SFP – CAM does not report empty SFP ports as problems unless the SFP was originally there and then removed Example: Controller failure – Other SW may report: ● Failed controller ● 2x loss of communication with unknown device’ (this is the batteries) ● Tray Path Redundancy Failure ● Volumes not on preferred path – CAM will report this as a failed controller Example: Loss of power to CEM – Other SW reports 22 events – CAM reduces this number to 1 entry

58 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 58 Alarms Alarms for all arrays managed by CAM Instance Alarms for a single array

59 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 59 Service Advisor Links Alarms/Solutions What happened... What you should do... How to do it...

60 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 60 Links to the EXACT Place... Device with the problem... Component we need to fix... Procedure we need to do...

61 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 61 Provides Detailed instructions... Device with the problem...

62 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 62... with pictures...

63 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 63... and ACTIVE links (check status)

64 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Reserve an Array for Service Reserve Array GUI Disables Configuration Changes

65 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 65 Support Data CAM provides the ability to download ‘Support Data’ extract files for problem analysis, escalations and trending

66 Road Map

67 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 CAM Road Map Summary PRELIMINARY

68 Thank You George Grosner Director, CAM Sun Microsystems, Inc. george.grosner@sun.com

69 Backup Slides

70 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 70 Security Password Authentication Host ↔ Array > Same as SANtricity Client ↔ Host > Native OS Authentication > Unlimited Users > Role Based – 2 roles >Storage – All Access >Guest – Read-Only Encryption Host ↔ Array > Same as SANtricity Client ↔ Host > HTTPS and SSL Certificates > Traffic Encrypted >Browser ↔ Host >CLI ↔ Host > Unlimited Users

71 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 71 Managing Relationships

72 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 72 Remote Monitoring Strategy CNS: Remote Monitoring Transport Platform Sun Service: Remote Monitoring Offerings (service actions) DMG: Embedding the connection & reporting correlated faults and advised actions ElementTransport PlatformService Offering Connected Customer Platform

73 CAM – The Power Forward of Storage Management Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use OnlyVersion 5.0 Slide: 73 CAM 5.0 Service Engagement - Event Analysis - Case Generation - Service Delivery Alarms and Case Information captured in queue and later retrieved by Service Platorm. CAM 5.0 Integration With Sun Connection 6140 FLX240 FLX380 6540 6130 Customer Premises SCSC (SWAN) Service Offerings (SWAN) Registration and Telemetry Data SAMS3 Data Retreived Every 5 Minutes Device Events and Asset Information Collected by CAM. CAM Delivers Alarms To SCSC in Realtime. CAM Registers Customer and Device Information with SCSC. Internet


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