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Appliance ports & LAN Pin Groups

Trying to PIN all traffic from NetApp filer to a specific port channel uplink and having no success.

NetApp Filer is direct-connected to 6120 (appliance port mode).  There are 2 northbound port channel uplinks (Po1 & Po2) from 6120 to LAN.  I have created a PIN Group for this connection to utilize Po1, and the appliance ports have been assigned to the LAN Pin Group for Po1 yet when i check the mac-address table on the uplink switch, it is still using Po2.

My understanding is that a PIN group's purpose is to statically assign a port, or mac address(es) to a specific uplink.  Where am I going wrong?

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Re: Appliance ports & LAN Pin Groups

Wade

It should work.

We will need a few show commands I believe to find the issue.

If you'd rather not include configs here, please unicast them to me or open a TAC case.

1) Are the FI's in EHM? (If you are able to execute the command in step 4 below, that confirms it too).

Connect to the NXOS plane ..i.e ssh to the FI's, connect nxos depending on where the appliance is connected.

2) show run int p01 and p02

3) show run int eth

4) show pinning border

Thanks

--Manish

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