Got it working in the lab, here are notes. Can say "It Works"
Microsoft Storage Server with dual port 10G card Direct Attached
Used port 20 on each FI
Under the Appliances tab created a VLAN with ID of 2000
Bound that to each Storage Port
Created a VLAN with same ID 2000, under VLANs tab under LAN tab. Found that if the “names” are the same it does not work, so they must be different, but ID has to be.
This is kind of far out since most would think the two VLAN’s would not see each other. Example you can create a VLAN with some ID on each FI, and they will not see each other. But you can create a global one under LAN/VLANs tab both FI’s would see it.
Create a vNIC template and bing to the VLAN created that matches the ID of desired Appliance VLAN. Fine that Native is selected by default.
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