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Re:Another question about IVR

by Guest » Thu Jun 11, 2009 6:05 am

Thank you Brian so MUCH !!!

Re:Another question about IVR

by Guest » Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:11 am

Notice how in your output for show ivr vsan-topology even though its Active "yes", under Cfg. it says "No".

Re:Another question about IVR

by Guest » Thu Jun 11, 2009 3:37 am

Ok, I see what your asking now.  The Port VSAN for those DWDM ports doesn matter.  Although I typically make a TE VSAN and just put those in it.  It can be whatever you want, and yes you just want to trunk the Transit VSAN. In general, you want default zone deny for all VSANs in my opinion.  I rely on zoning.  You can make default zone permit, but I would advise against it in most situations and in the transit VSAN for sure since there are no members in that VSAN that should be originating or destinating any traffic. I like default zone deny, so nothing can talk unless I specifically zone it.

Re:Another question about IVR

by Guest » Thu Jun 11, 2009 2:45 am

yes, by long-way ports i mean my DWDM ports. Is there a specific reason they need to be part of my transit vsan ? Could they be in VSAN 1 as long as i "trunk allow" VSAN 30 only (my transit VSAN) ? i was looking at this document and trying to understand why they say that "The default zone in the transit VSAN should be set to deny" http://www.ciscosystems.com/en/US/docs/ ... /Dual.html Thank  you

Re:Another question about IVR

by Guest » Thu Jun 11, 2009 1:56 am

By long-way ports do you mean your DWDM ports?  You should put those in a transit VSAN, it can be whatever number you want, 1, 30 etc.  But it should be a VSAN that you are only using for this purpose.  If you have other stuff in it, then it defeats the purpose of having a transit VSAN.   You don have to use a transit VSAN, but its best practice to do so.

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