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Default gateway is 172.22.95.1
C 172.22.95.0/24 is directly connected, mgmt0
C 10.1.1.0/24 is directly connected, vsan1
Example 43-1 Displays the IP Routing Status
switch# show ip routing
ip routing is disabled
Displaying and Clearing ARPs
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) entries in Cisco MDS 9000 Family switches can be displayed,
deleted, or cleared. The ARP feature is enabled on all switches.
This section describes overlay VSANs and how to configure them.
This section includes the following topics:
About Overlay VSANs
VSANs enable deployment of larger SANs by overlaying multiple logical SANs, each running its own
instance of fabric services, on a single large physical network. This partitioning of fabric services
reduces network instability by containing fabric reconfiguration and error conditions within an
individual VSAN. VSANs also provide the same isolation between individual VSANs as physically
separated SANs. Traffic cannot cross VSAN boundaries and devices may not reside in more than one
VSAN. Because each VSAN runs separate instances of fabric services, each VSAN has its own zone
server and can be zoned in exactly the same way as SANs without VSAN capability.
Cisco MDS 9000 Family CLI Configuration Guide
Use the show arp command to display the ARP table.
switch# show arp
Use the no arp command in configuration mode to remove an ARP entry from the ARP table.
switch(config)# no arp 220.127.116.11
Use the clear arp command to delete all entries from the ARP table. The ARP table is empty by
switch# clear arp-cache
About Overlay VSANs, page 43-12
Configuring Overlay VSANs, page 43-13
Configuring IP Services
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