pardon some of the ignorance but I am just trying to do a sanity check.
I am setting up a 5108 UCS chassis with (2) 6240 Fabric Interconnects that will connect to a single 2232PP 10g FEX. The FEX is uplinked to (2) 5596 switches (2links) connected to each 5596 for a total of 4 links. Again this is for a lab environment. I don't think this would be best practice as the single point fo failure is the FEX however will I be fine in this scenario for what I need to do or is it required that I need (2) FEX. (trying to mitiggate costs for this project)
Ok thanks. I just wanted to make sure becuase I thought each FEX goes to its own interconnect. (well it should) but I will assume that is for redundency purposes as I already covered in the earlier post. But putting two Fabric Interconnects on a single FEX shoudl still work just no redundancy.
Correct? Anything else I am missing (besides second FEX) or need to do to have two fabric interconnects connect to one FEX?
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