You probably do not have routes out the gig ports to the other side. If you do a show ip route, you probably just have the default route pointing out the mgmt interface and this is for mgmt only. You need something like this:
ip route 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.0 126.96.36.199 or whatever the ip default gateway on that subnet is. Then the equivalent on the other side.
If defining the gateway addresses does not resolve, please collect sh tech details from each switch, and get your ITS guys to open a PMR. They will send the problem to support, where I can review your sh techs.
You will always be able to ping within the same subnet even without routing. Routing specifies how to get off that subnet and get to the other side. So, if you do the show ip route, what is the route to the other side of the FCIP tunnel? The traffic cannot flow out the mgmt interface. Please post the results from show ip route and a traceroute from one side to the other side's IP.
I am sorry, I didn't explain it properly, What I meant was! from Production site MDS I am able to ping to the other devices in the DR site(which is the same subnet of DR GE) except the MDS Gigabit Eth ..and viceversa
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