I have an working NFS SVM with our Server Vlan (id 55), for security reasons i want to change this to a new Vlan (id 10).
This NFS Exports are for the VMWare vCenter Datastores.
I changed the network settings of the ESXI for the new Vlan 10, the Interfaces are pingable and working.
On the existing NFS SVM i created a new NFS Lif in the new Vlan 10, but from this Interface i cannot ping the ESXI.
The Switch Config seems to be ok.
Do i need to delete the existing NFS Lif that the new is working?
Do i need to create a new NFS SVM or will it work with the existing?
Many Thanks, Thomas
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Thanks for the Reply,
I upgraded CDot 9.5 on friday so i used this command:
cluster1::> network port vlan create -node cluster-1-01 -vlan-name a0a-10
after that i did:
cluster1::> network port broadcast-domain add-ports -broadcast-domain Data_55 -ports cluster1-01:a0a-10 cluster1-02:a0a-10
Now i have the Broadcast domain Data_55 with:
a0a type if_group with 4 physical ports: e0c, e0d, e0e, e0f
a0a-10 type vlan
I migrated the svm_nfs_10 to the a0a-10 vlan port and it is pingale
Thanks a lot, works fine!
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Add the VLAN:
vlan create -node xxx-01 -name a0a-10
vlan create -node xxx-02 -name a0a-10
Add the VLAN to broadcast domain:
broadcast-domain add-port ..... -port xxx-01:a0a-10,xxx-02:a0a-10
Test it out:
Externally, ping one of the NETAPP LIFS. While that is running:
Net int migrate -lif abc -vserver xyz -destination-port a0a-10
If the ping still works, continue. If not revert it back and see what was missed
net int modify -vserver xyz -lif abc|bcd -destination-port a0a-10
net int revert -vserver xyz -lif abc|bcd
Broadcast-domain remove-port .... -port xxx-01:a0a-55,xxx-02:a0a-55
Hope that helps.
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