We are migrating from SAN DELL Force 25S switches to Cisco Nexus 31108TC-V,. Network engineer configured ports on Nexus and I did a test. I figured out that Nexus does not pass iscsi traffic. All configuration was verified on new and old switches. I just moved on interface on Netapp and one on the ESXi host. So, one path on the new switch and another on the old switch. Is there anything I am doing wrong. I do not want to shut down -move and bring everything back. I am sure i can do it ND.
Nothing that special about iSCSI. Maybe you do not have the VLAN created? does ping work? is the switch setup correctly? Even catalyst switch pass iSCSI. I do not know of any ethernet switch that fails to pass iSCSI traffic. my dumb switches and smart switches at home pass iSCSI. I would tend to think a configuration error.
are you using IGRPs on the netapp? if so, that would certainly break iscsi
I guess it would be more useful if you describe more thoroughly what your network setup looks look, including vlans and port-channels,etc rather than saying it just does not pass traffic
Hello, bellow is quick sketch of what I have. It is not a sophisticated, it is simple. What I am doing is taking one path from DELL to Nexus (blue dotted lines). Everything is functioning properly but i can't ping from host to the adapter on the SAN that been moved.