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If they're two different environments, why the need to put these on the same volume?  Putting them together kinda nulls the "separate environments" th ...read more
You can technically create two shares like that,  but you'd be crossing prod and uta.     Would a flexclone of the prod volume be an option?    Are Pr ...read more
FYI, I have worked on this in the past. Note that SNMP querying is not fully supported. By that I mean, even though the PUBLISHED MIB has OIDs, there ...read more
I suspect portmapper is tied to a data LIF. Try migrating and re-homing  both data LIFs to node 2. Then check. Then move both to node 1 and check.  yo ...read more
Not entirely sure tftp is supported as outgoing. Have you tried using FTP/SFTP?
Replace nodes with AFF models and upgrade the cluster network to 40/100g Ethernet (providing you are using nodes that can take advantage of the higher ...read more
What are all the LIFs on each node and what are their polices for each of those LIFs?    You may not be looking at a complete picture
Two 12 node clusters?        Seriously though, you can try for an fPVR,  but I doubt it will happen.    The only time i've heard it being allowed outs ...read more
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