There is really no easy way to answer this question.
To properly setup the switch, you really should configure it for best practices with regards to administration, security, performance, etc.
I would suggest reading the Quick Configuration Guide for MDS switches or the Cisco MDS Cookbook. Both of these are probably your best bet at just plugging it all up and getting some functionality.
At the very least you will plug the XRaid and hosts into a fibre channel ports and configure it like so:
switchport mode F
It is likely the XRaid shows as a single drive, since that is how many RAID's work. If its configured to appear as a JBOD (bunch of disks) then you will need to make the switchport mode FL.
after doing this you should see the hosts and disks "login" to the fabric and can see their WWN's with:
show flogi database
In order to get them to talk, you still need to zone the devices together. If your just trying to get started quickly you could set the default to be that all devices talk to eachother. This is not best practices, but if your just trying to mess around, you have to start somewhere:
zone default permit vsan 1
Don't forget to save your configuration:
copy runn start
But don't make this scribble your production configuration. I am just trying to help you out with some pointers. The reality is, the XRaid may have multiple interfaces (I am not sure, I dont know much about XRaid), it may have multiple modes of operation. You need to investigate the speeds of your optics, speed of HBA on server, speed of XRaid. Figure out how to partition the XRaid, which hosts need to talk to it etc. Let us know how you do, we can certainly help you along, but please read the quick config guide and MDS cookbook, I think it will help you alot.
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