We have a FAS 8200 cluster (9.5P9) that is currently using a single 2 port data interface group (per node) on an isolated switch dedicated to VMware storage.
Our goal is to add another 2 port data interface group that is for general purpose data SVMs (NFS and CIFS) which may be on any of a number of VLANs.
As such we need to physically patch 4 new 10Gbe connections to the FAS, 2 for each node, which will all become members of an interface group (or do we create 2 interface groups, one per node?), which will be part of a switch LACP LAG configured as trunk ports.
We'll then extend a number of vlan tags onto those 4 ports from the switch and create those vlans on the interface group.
Then we can move on to creation of SVMs.
Did I miss anything in the above steps? This all seems like it'll be perfectly non-disruptive to our existing VMWare isolated storage network interface groups, right?
I did create a mock recipe for this if it helps explain what I'm attempting: