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what's the part# of that cable?    I don't see a single cable on HWU that's QSFP to 2xSFP+   they are QSFP to 4xSFP+
if you have a 40G breakout coming out of each switch,  and cables plugged into e0a and e0b.  There are still two additional ends on each breakout that ...read more
Found some additional info while reading though some other docs,  "FAS8200 platforms require 2x10GbE cluster interconnections. "      Meaning that the ...read more
Join will join to an existing.  Is it prompting for (been a while since I did a pre 9.3 setup.  is it asking for "and ip address of the other cluster" ...read more
the cluster lifs and node mgmt are created during the wizard.     
and during the wizard it prompts saying something like..   I'm going to use the following ports  e0a 169.x.x.x  e0b 169.x.x.x   And shortly later prom ...read more
Sometime before July 7th?  What version of ontap are the existing / new?  any errors called out when you try to join?   
backdated to like 2018?     
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