we have dual NIC ESX servers connected to 9124 A and 9124 B with one NIC active. on ESX multipathing is enabled. if a storage drive isnt available via path1 , ESX tries to connect via path2
9124 A and 9124A1 have a single VSAN 11 created. All ports are assigned to that VSAN
9124 B and 9124B1 have a single VSAN 12 creadred. All ports are assigned to that VSAN
on 9124A1 and 9124B1 we have many zones . what we do is pwwn of each port on 9124 A /9124 B is noted. we then create a device alias by that pwnn. create a zone and add each pwnn and SAN pwnn into that zone. this is manual work we have to do each time when a server is made active on 9124 A or 9124 B respectively. is this the best way of doing
as you can see we havent interconnected 9124A1 and 9124B1, will there be any advantage if we do so. what we think in future we will have to buy fiber switches. we are certain at that time we have to connect these switches to 9124A1 and 9124B1. can someone suggest the best pssible desing
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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