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Nexus 5596UP showing some npiv ports on different VSAN

STORAGEADMIN
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As you can see some npiv ports show different vsan ( 1 instead of 10 ) .

Those ports showed on vsan 1 are zoned to a Pure Storage and are they do not get logged to the Pure Storage Controllers, I think this is because Pure Storage Ports are on Vsan 10.

Any help on this will be appreciated.

Thanks,

fc1/29           1     0xd90004  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:02 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:02

fc1/29           1     0xd90006  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:04 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:04

fc1/29           1     0xd90007  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:06 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:06

fc1/29           10    0x480006  20:1d:54:7f:ee:52:12:c0 20:0a:54:7f:ee:52:12:c1

fc1/30           10    0x480004  20:1e:54:7f:ee:52:12:c0 20:0a:54:7f:ee:52:12:c1

fc1/33           10    0x480005  21:00:00:24:ff:00:5e:1c 20:00:00:24:ff:00:5e:1c

fc1/34           10    0x480300  21:00:00:1b:32:95:8e:3d 20:00:00:1b:32:95:8e:3d

fc1/35           10    0x480003  21:00:00:24:ff:00:e0:48 20:00:00:24:ff:00:e0:48

fc1/36           10    0x480200  21:00:00:1b:32:1b:63:6c 20:00:00:1b:32:1b:63:6c

fc1/37           10    0x480100  21:00:00:1b:32:1b:89:71 20:00:00:1b:32:1b:89:71

fc1/38           10    0x480002  50:01:43:80:21:e2:03:82 50:01:43:80:21:e2:03:83

fc1/45           1     0xd90002  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:05 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:05

fc1/45           1     0xd90005  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:03 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:03

fc1/45           1     0xd90008  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:01 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:01

fc1/45           10    0x480001  20:1f:54:7f:ee:52:12:c0 20:0a:54:7f:ee:52:12:c1

fc1/46           1     0xd90003  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:07 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:07

fc1/46           10    0x480000  20:20:54:7f:ee:52:12:c0 20:0a:54:7f:ee:52:12:c1

fc1/46           10    0x48002a  20:ff:00:25:b5:bb:00:09 20:ff:00:25:b5:ab:00:09

fc2/11           10    0x480021  51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:2a 51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:2b

fc2/12           10    0x480027  51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:3e 51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:3f

fc2/13           10    0x480023  51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:68 51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:69

fc2/14           10    0x480025  51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:3c 51:40:2e:c0:00:f3:c4:3d

fc2/15           10    0x48001e  52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:02 52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:02

fc2/16           10    0x48001d  52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:12 52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:12

fc3/15           10    0x480020  52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:00 52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:00

fc3/16           10    0x48001f  52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:10 52:4a:93:73:ff:5d:4a:10

 

 

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jihicks
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

 

At a high level, for devices to see each other here, they need to be:

(1)On the same fabric ( could be one switch or more switches that are connected together via ISL ) and logged in.

(2)In the same VSAN ( No IVR ( inter-vsan routing ) her )

(3)Zoned together ( if default-zone permit is set to deny ( best practice ))

 

Best regards,

Jim