The ISL link is already set, using appropriate GBIC and cables.
It all should be one VSAN, I use strict point-to point zones. library has two drives and it is connected via two (isolated) switches locally, now I want to move behind the 3rd remote switch using just one local switch, as we have only one long-distance wire. I want to prepare it on a local site first (with a shorter cable :-) ) and the move the library. So my first step will be to move second drive to the first switch locally.
ISL is working IMHO, I plan set both switches with the same VLAN ID and try to propagate zones to the new switch with zoneset distribute. Is that correct ?
As I want avoid any existing traffic disturbance I need a step-by step guide to be sure. I don't like blind trials.
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