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Nexus 5k vfc won't come up

Hello,

I have a n5k already configured with a fiber san and esx host running cna's.  I'm trying to add another and I just can't get the vfc to come up.  I've posted my config and a couple sho's that I've found through other discussions....

DataSw2#  sho run

version 4.1(3)N1(1)

fctimer distribute

feature fcoe

feature npiv

feature telnet

feature fcsp

feature udld

feature vpc

feature fex

ip host DataSw2 192.168.5.93

switchname DataSw2

ntp server 192.168.5.1 use-vrf management

vrf context management

  ip route 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.5.254

vlan 1

vlan 180

  fcoe vsan 18

vlan 190

  fcoe vsan 19

vsan database

  vsan 18 name "AX4"

fcdomain fcid database

  vsan 1 wwn 50:06:01:61:44:60:1e:62 fcid 0x7000ef dynamic

  vsan 1 wwn 50:06:01:69:44:60:1e:62 fcid 0x7001ef dynamic

  vsan 1 wwn 20:02:00:0e:11:13:97:b2 fcid 0x700000 dynamic

  vsan 18 wwn 21:00:00:c0:dd:14:8d:f7 fcid 0xea0001 dynamic

  vsan 18 wwn 21:00:00:c0:dd:14:8e:3f fcid 0xea0002 dynamic

  vsan 18 wwn 21:00:00:c0:dd:14:8e:33 fcid 0xea0003 dynamic

  vsan 18 wwn 50:06:01:61:44:60:1e:62 fcid 0xea00ef dynamic

  vsan 18 wwn 50:06:01:69:44:60:1e:62 fcid 0xea01ef dynamic

  vsan 18 wwn 20:05:00:0e:11:13:97:b2 fcid 0xea0000 dynamic

interface vfc9

  bind interface Ethernet1/9

  no shutdown

interface vfc11

  bind interface Ethernet1/11

  no shutdown

interface vfc13

  bind interface Ethernet1/13

  no shutdown

interface vfc15

  bind interface Ethernet1/15

  no shutdown

interface vfc16

  bind interface Ethernet1/16

  no shutdown

vsan database

  vsan 18 interface vfc9

  vsan 18 interface vfc11

  vsan 18 interface vfc13

  vsan 18 interface vfc15

  vsan 18 interface vfc16

  vsan 18 interface fc2/1

  vsan 18 interface fc2/2

  vsan 18 interface fc2/5

interface fc2/1

  no shutdown

interface fc2/2

  no shutdown

interface fc2/3

  no shutdown

interface fc2/4

interface fc2/5

  no shutdown

interface fc2/6

interface fc2/7

interface fc2/8

interface Ethernet1/1

interface Ethernet1/2

interface Ethernet1/3

interface Ethernet1/4

interface Ethernet1/5

interface Ethernet1/6

interface Ethernet1/7

interface Ethernet1/8

interface Ethernet1/9

  switchport mode trunk

interface Ethernet1/10

interface Ethernet1/11

  switchport mode trunk

interface Ethernet1/12

interface Ethernet1/13

  switchport mode trunk

interface Ethernet1/14

interface Ethernet1/15

  switchport mode trunk

  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,180

  spanning-tree port type edge trunk

interface Ethernet1/16

interface Ethernet1/17

interface Ethernet1/18

interface Ethernet1/19

interface Ethernet1/20

interface mgmt0

  ip address 192.168.5.93/24

line console

boot kickstart bootflash:/n5000-uk9-kickstart.4.1.3.N1.1.bin

boot system bootflash:/n5000-uk9.4.1.3.N1.1.bin

cfs ipv4 distribute

cfs eth distribute

interface fc2/1

interface fc2/2

interface fc2/3

interface fc2/4

interface fc2/5

interface fc2/6

interface fc2/7

interface fc2/8

vsan 18 is already up with 3 hosts, I'm trying to add a 4th.  The port in question is eth 1/15, vfc 15.  Status oper is down

#sho lldp nei

Remote Peers Information on interface Eth1/15

Remote peer's MSAP: length 12 Bytes:

00    c0    dd    11    33    26    00    c0    dd    11    33    26   

LLDP TLV's

LLDP TLV type:Chassis ID  LLDP TLV Length: 7

LLDP TLV type:Port ID  LLDP TLV Length: 7

LLDP TLV type:Time to Live  LLDP TLV Length: 2

LLDP TLV type:LLDP Organizationally Specific  LLDP TLV Length: 61

LLDP TLV type:END of LLDPDU  LLDP TLV Length: 0

#sho int vfc 15

vfc15 is down

    Bound interface is Ethernet1/15

    FCF priority is 128

    Hardware is Virtual Fibre Channel

    Port WWN is 20:0e:00:0d:ec:ef:38:ff

    Admin port mode is F, trunk mode is on

    snmp link state traps are enabled

    Port vsan is 18

    1 minute input rate 0 bits/sec, 0 bytes/sec, 0 frames/sec

    1 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 bytes/sec, 0 frames/sec

      0 frames input, 0 bytes

        0 discards, 0 errors

      0 frames output, 0 bytes

        0 discards, 0 errors

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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Re: Nexus 5k vfc won't come up

Configuration wise, I do not see anything standing out. A vFC will not come up until the host associated with it sends out a FLOGI frame. Make sure your CNA has the appropriate FCOE drivers and is initiating FLOGI. Also  make sure the CNA supports the media type you are using.

Re: Nexus 5k vfc won't come up

Make sure your vlan is in the vlan database and the vsan is in the vsan database.

If you have a qlogic qle 8152, then you need a twinax cable.

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