Configuring Inter-VSAN Routing
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After a successful CFS commit, the merge will be successful.
This section provides IVR configurations examples and includes the following topics:
Manual Topology Configuration
This section provides the configuration steps to manually configure the example illustrated in
mds# config t
Enter configuration commands, one per line.
mds(config)# ivr enable
Verify that IVR is enabled.
mds# show ivr
Inter-VSAN Routing is enabled
Inter-VSAN enabled switches
No IVR-enabled VSAN is active. Check VSAN-Topology configuration.
Inter-VSAN topology status
Current Status: Inter-VSAN topology is INACTIVE
Inter-VSAN zoneset status
Fabric distribution status
OL-16184-01, Cisco MDS SAN-OS Release 3.x
If the failure is due to exceeding the maximum configuration limits in a fabric where the switches
are running more than one Cisco SAN-OS release, then either upgrade the switches running the
earlier release or reduce the number of IVR zones and IIVR zone members on the switches running
the more recent release to the earlier release limit (see
If the failure is due to exceeding maximum limits in a fabric where all switches are running the same
Cisco SAN-OS release, identify the switch that has the correct configuration and perform a CFS
commit to distribute the IVR configuration (see the
the"IVR Limits Summary" section on page
For other failures, resolve the error causing the merge failure on the switch that has the correct
configuration and perform a CFS commit to distribute the IVR configuration (see the
Individual AFIDs" section on page
Manual Topology Configuration, page 22-39
Auto-Topology Configuration, page 22-42
last activate time :
the"IVR Limits Summary" section on
"Configuring Default AFIDs" section on
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