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Case sensitivity in zoneset naming

Very new at this. I embarrassingly created a zoneset with the same name as our active zoneset, except that the name is in lower case, rather than in mixed upper and lower case of the active zoneset. Can I simply enter the syntax: no zoneset name <zoneset name>, and not risk removing the active zoneset?

good zoneset ZoneSet-A-00

bad zoneset zoneset-a-00

Thanks...blush

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Re: Case sensitivity in zoneset naming

Good morning,

What you can do is create your own little test case and find out!

1. Create a new vsan

2. add a few ports to the vsan

3. create a new zoneset

4. create another zoneset with upper/lower in the same name

5. delete one and see what happens.

This is one of the best things about vsans. You can do test after test in a completly isolotated environment on the one switch!

Let me know if you need any more info on doing this.

Cheers

Andrew

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Re: Case sensitivity in zoneset naming

Good Advice. Just gotta get up on creating VSANs. As it turns out, zones and zoneset names ARE case sensitive.

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