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Withdrawing an overlapping virtual domain from an IVR VSAN disrupts IVR traffic to and from that
Use the ivr withdraw domain command in EXEC mode to temporarily withdraw the overlapping virtual
domain interfaces from the affected VSAN.
Only add IVR domains in the edge VSANs and not in transit VSANs.
Configuring IVR Virtual Domains
To configure an IVR virtual domain in a specified VSAN, follow these steps:
switch# config t
switch(config)# ivr virtual-fcdomain-add
switch(config)# no ivr virtual-fcdomain-add
Verifying the IVR Virtual Domain Configuration
View the status of the IVR virtual domain configuration using the show ivr
switch# show ivr virtual-fcdomain-add-status
IVR virtual domains are added to fcdomain list in VSANS: 1
(As well as to VSANs in interoperability mode 2 or 3)
Clearing the IVR fcdomain Database
You might want to clear the IVR fcdomain database. You can do this using the following command:
switch# clear ivr fcdomain database
About Persistent FC IDs for IVR
You can configure persistent FC IDs for IVR. FC ID persistence across reboot improves IVR
management by providing the following features:
The benefits of persistent FC IDs for IVR are as follows:
Cisco MDS 9000 Family CLI Configuration Guide
Allows you to control and assign a specific virtual domain to use for a native VSAN.
Allows you to control and assign a specific virtual FC ID to use for a device.
Configuring Inter-VSAN Routing
Enters configuration mode.
Adds the IVR virtual domains in VSAN 1.
Reverts to the factory default of not adding IVR
virtual domains and removes the currently
active virtual domains for that VSAN from the
fcdomain manger list
OL-16184-01, Cisco MDS SAN-OS Release 3.x