I have added my vHBAs to a template and created a service profile - when I try to associate the service profile I get an error that says "The named VSAN cannot be resolved from ucsCentral" - anyone seen this and been able to resolve this. Running UCS Central 1.4. Thanks in advance.
Hi, I ran into the same issue today and I was able to resolve the issue by changing the ucs central settings to global for equipment policy in ucsm. Hope this helps someone.
Most of the time, when there are VLAN related problems associating down to as registered UCS Domain, it's a Domain-Group setting issue.
You'll notice, when you create a Global VLAN or a Global VSAN, the first thing you have to identify in the Pull-Down is the Domain Group affiliation. This is actually to support ID Aliasing, which is an optional capability of UCS Central. Even if you are not intending on using Aliasing, you have to select a Domain Group. Selecting "DG-root" effectively opts-out of Aliasing, as the VLAN or VSAN can be passed anywhere in your environment.
UCS Central VLAN ID Aliasing
Unicast me if you're still having issues....
If you're on 1.4, you'll want to get to 2.0 as soon as possible...much better...albeit, no Flash UI in 2.0