Server A can read and write only the data of Disk A and Disk B.
Server B can read and write only the data of Disk C.
Figure 16 Network diagram
To meet these requirements, divide the SAN into two VSANs, VSAN 10 and VSAN 20. Each VSAN
contains a server and disk devices that can exchange data.
Configure the two interfaces connecting FCF switch Switch A to the servers to operate in F mode,
and assign the two interfaces as trunk ports to VSAN 10 and VSAN 20, respectively.
Configure the three interfaces connecting FCF switch Switch B to the disk devices to operate in F
mode, and assign the three interfaces as trunk ports to VSAN 10 or VSAN 20.
Configure the interfaces connecting Switch A and Switch B to operate in E mode, configure the
trunk mode as on for the two interfaces, and assign the interfaces to VSANs 10 and 20 as trunk
ports, so that the link between the two FCF switches can send and receive the frames of the two
VSANs at the same time.
Configure Switch A:
# Configure Switch A to operate in advanced mode, save the configuration, and reboot Switch A.
(Skip this step if the switch is operating in advanced mode.)
[SwitchA] system-working-mode advance
Do you want to change the system working mode? [Y/N]:y
The system working mode is changed, please save the configuration and reboot the
system to make it effective.
# Configure Switch A to operate in FCF mode. Create VSAN s 10 and 20.
[SwitchA] fcoe-mode fcf
[SwitchA] vsan 10