Brocade Management Software Community

Expand all | Collapse all

Re: Network Advisor - How to remove obsolete connections

  • 1.  Re: Network Advisor - How to remove obsolete connections

    Posted 12-20-2016 08:23 AM

    I'm disturbed by this BNA status  of the same dashed line (yellow/gray) and the final status (forbidden access sign)

    what I did:

    Situation:

    I had 4 ISL links from my bladechassis Switch towards my Brocade 6505 switch infra.

     

    My  initial reponse :

    I persistently disabled 2 ports (on both sides) ; double clcnking on the link in beween both switches, I now have a status indicating I have 2 missing links and what these links used to be.

    I have no trunking mode enabled either.

    I tried to rename the port to something else

     

    My 2nd attempt : I checked the port type , I reconfigured the ports on both sides to F-port (instead of E+F) , still clicking in the toplogy view on the link between both switches, it still suggests that I have 2 missing connnections

     

    My 3rd attempt : In advanced mode I went to disable trunk mode on these ports (on both sides) , but still BNA keeps displaying in the same manner.

     

    What to do with BNA to make it understand that what it had is no longer of any concern ?

    What is required for its status to change ?

     

     

     


    #BrocadeManagementSoftwareCommunity


  • 2.  Re: Network Advisor - How to remove obsolete connections



  • 3.  Re: Network Advisor - How to remove obsolete connections

    Posted 04-19-2019 10:45 AM
    What is the API call for "Accept Changes"?
    I want to schedule this via a script?
    #BrocadeManagementSoftwareCommunity