B series hosts connected to MDS and SAN not showing up
OK so I just installed a B series chassis with two 6248 FI's connected to two seperate MDS 9124 FC switches. The MDS switches have been in production for a while and have our SAN as well as other hosts connected to them. My SAN is setup in passive mode and basically just discoveres all devices connected to the FC switches that are in the same zone. THe problem I am having is my SAN can see all my blades that are connected to MDS-A but none of them that are connected to MDS-B. The SAN can see other hosts connected to MDS-B just fine. I had my cisco guys in here yesterday looking at the config for hours and they say it should be working. We are at a loss and Im hoping someone here can take a look at the two below configs and point out something we are doing wrong. In the configs you will notice the new hosts are labeleld
In the MDS-A config the new hosts are labeled the following and are seen perfectly by the san. They have the same basic naming conventions on MDS-B
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