I got 2 MD 9124 but I can’t figure out how to make them “talk” to each other.
If I login to switch 1 with the fabric manager I can see what’s connected to the end of switch 2 but I can’t “talk” with switch 2, also my host on switch 1 can’t talk with my san on switch 2 and it’s the same thing if I hook up to switch 2.
If I put everything in 1 switch it works fine so I’m guessing it has something to do with my trunk port between the switches.The trunk looks like it working because it’s coming up with no errors.
I’m a SAN switch rookie and I’m starting to run out of idea’s so hope you can help me.
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