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Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

I am using two MDS9134 Switches and I am trying to send 4G FC traffic from JDSU tester to bothe the Swiches.

This creates E-Port between the swithces and Fport where the ports are connected to the JDSU tester ports.

For all Link is up and the ports coem up correctly as E port and F ports.

When I send traffic from the tester, spmehow. traffci does not get generated.

Do I need to configure these Switches with Zone sets.

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Cisco Employee

Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

Hi,

Yes, It sounds like you need to put the JDSU pwwns in a zone, the zone in a zoneset and activate the zoneset.

Make sure the JDSU ports are in the same VSAN and the ISL is trunking that VSAN.

Regards,

David

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Re: Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

Thanks David for your prompt reply.

It still does not work. Now I can send traffic from only one Switch.

Do I have to assign different VSANs for the two switches?

Currently, I have assigned both Switches the same VSAN 1 for Zoneset and I can only activate one of the Zones at a time.

I also tried re-naming zone set for the second switch, but kept the same VSAN 1 but only one zoneset of the switch is active at a time (is it due to same VSAN?)

Thanks

--pravin

Cisco Employee

Re: Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

Hi Pravin,

Topology:
JDSU - MDS1 - MDS2 - JDSU

All JDSU F_ports and MDS E_ports should be in the same VSAN (or the E_ports should be trunking the same VSAN as the F_Ports).
The E_ports should not be isoloated or segmented.

show zoneset active vsan x on both switches should be the exact same.
There should be an * next to the JDSU pwwns and the JDSU pwwns should be in the same zone in the output of
show zoneset active vsan x

You may have to open an SR on this one.

New Member

Re: Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

Thanks a lot David for detailed explanation.

I just made it work by assigning different VSANs and different Zonesets for the two switches.

Thanks for all your help.

--pravin

Cisco Employee

Re: Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

Thanks for the feedback Pravin.

You might have a different topology than I drew.

Regards,

David

New Member

Re: Cannot send traffic from JDSU FC tester to MDS9134

Actually I have the same topology as you drew, but between the two MDS switches, I have our own DUT.

Now I will try MDS9222i Switches and hopefully it will work.

Thanks

--pravin

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