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FAS2040 connected directly to server via FC

Hi All.

I’m new to NetApp and have a small problem ,

We moved our NetApp device to a new location and IPS changed

that’s not the issue , the issue I face is that we I have connected the storage unit directly to a physical tin via fibre

LUN is created :

ZAPLTNA01> lun show -v

/vol/ZAVDCDPM01_vol/ZAVDCDPM01   10.0t (10995258193920) (r/w, online, mapped)

Serial#: 20pa3?DGVO5f

Share: none

Space Reservation: enabled

Multiprotocol Type: windows

Maps: ZAVDCDMP01=0

Occupied Size:       0 (0)

Creation Time: Wed Aug 21 10:13:44 SAST 2013

Cluster Shared Volume Information: 0x0

ZAPLTNA01> igroup show

    ZAVDCDMP01 (FCP) (ostype: windows):

        50:0a:09:81:98:3d:73:3b (not logged in)

        50:0a:09:82:98:3d:73:3b (not logged in)

        50:0a:09:80:88:3d:73:3b (not logged in)

and this is my

ZAPLTNA01> fcp config

0a:   ONLINE <ADAPTER UP>  Loop  No Fabric

        host address 0000ef

        portname 50:0a:09:81:98:3d:73:3b  nodename 50:0a:09:80:88:3d:73:3b

        mediatype auto speed auto

0b:   LINK NOT CONNECTED <ADAPTER UP>

        host address 000000

        portname 50:0a:09:82:98:3d:73:3b  nodename 50:0a:09:80:88:3d:73:3b

        mediatype auto speed auto

I’m not sure where what I have done wrong

can someone please put me on the right track .... please

thanks

SN

Re: FAS2040 connected directly to server via FC

Was the host connected directly before or via fabric switch?

What mode are the ports in target or initiator (fcadmin config)?

Are you using snapdrive?

Is the filer bound to AD correctly (snapdrive using AD for authentication)

Re: FAS2040 connected directly to server via FC

hi ,

host was connected via fabric switch before

no snapdrive

the ports are on target mode

                  Local

Adapter Type      State                  Status

---------------------------------------------------

  0a   target     CONFIGURED             online

  0b   target     CONFIGURED             online

thanks