Enhanced TI zones are supported only if the following conditions are met:
If the fabric contains a switch running an earlier version of Fabric OS, you cannot create an
enhanced TI zone.
The failover mode must be the same for each enhanced TI zone to which a port belongs.
You cannot merge a downlevel switch into a fabric containing enhanced TI zones, and you cannot
merge a switch with enhanced TI zones defined into a fabric containing switches that do not
FC router domains and EOS switches are excluded from the ETIZ platform restrictions. You can
create enhanced TI zones with these switches in the fabric.
Configuring traffic isolation zoning
The following procedure provides an overview of the steps you must perform to configure traffic
Note that for any zoning-related procedure, changes to a zone database are not saved until you
click OK or Apply on the Zoning dialog box. If you click Cancel or the close button (X), no changes
1. Select Configure > Zoning > Fabric.
2. Click the Zone DB tab if that tab is not automatically displayed.
3. Select an FC fabric from the Zoning Scope list.
4. Select Domain, Port Index from the Type list.
5. If you want to show all discovered fabrics in the Potential Members list, right-click in the
6. Create the traffic isolation zones.
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8 Gbps 16-FC ports, 6-Gbit ports Extension Switch
24 - 8 Gbps FC Port, 8 - 10 Gbps CEE Port Switch
8 Gbps 40-port Switch
384-port Backbone Chassis
192-port Backbone Chassis
8 Gbps Encryption Switch
Every switch must be one of the supported platforms, as listed above.
Every switch must be running Fabric OS v6.4.0 or later.
The Zoning dialog box displays.
This identifies the target entity for all subsequent zoning actions and displays the zoning
database for the selected entity.
Potential Members list and select Display All.
For specific instructions, refer to
"Creating a traffic isolation zone"
Traffic isolation zoning
on page 634.