I have 2 ciso MDS 9513 switches and have ISL enabled between those.I want to restrict 1 VSAN traffic to pass through that ISL,i know i can do it through DM by configuring the port properties to Allow VSAN's,but not sure whether this can be done online without disrupting the traffic of the VSAN which i want to allow..The switches are in production..
You can prune VSANs off of an E-ISL with no impact to the working VSANs. Usually it is not a bad idea to leave VSAN 1 in the VSANs allowed list (where it is active across the trunk) as long as there is no user traffic in VSAN 1. If VSAN 1 has user traffic, and you want to remove it from the trunk, that can be done without impacting the other VSANs using the trunk.
Thanks fro your quick feedback..Currently i have all the VSAN's allowed through the ISL which is by default(1-4093),could you please help me with the exact value that i need to populate in the trunk config option.I want to dis-allow VSAN 22,52.
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