I now need to add a new switch (Switch3) to extend the fabric and it will be connected to Switch2 via a local ISL (at the same site). So the topology would look like Switch1 --> Switch2 --> Switch3 . So in theory i should assign Switch3 a DOMAIN ID which is lower that that of Switch2 (eg 207) as they are directly connected to each other via a local ISL. However Switch2 has a higher DOMAIN ID than Switch1 which is the principal switch ??
Im unsure what value of the domain ID and local prioriy to give to switch3, so that there are no issues and the zoneset distrubtion during activation
works correctly (as it is now) .
Could you please provide some answers, it would be much apprecitated.
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