Zoning will depend on you SAN topology. But let's consider you have 2 independent fabrics.
Fabric A has Brocade Switch A connected to UCS FI A
Fabric B has Brocade Switch B connected to UCS FI B
No ISL Between switches.
SPA Port 0 connected to Fabric A
SPA Port 1 connected to Fabric B
SPB Port 0 connected to Fabric A
SPB Port 1 connected to Fabric B
vHBA1 connected to Fabric B
So, you Zoning should be:
SPA - Port 0
SPB - Port 0
SPA - Port1
SPB - Port1
ESXi still has an ip address that you use to manage the box. If you do not know the ip address right now, you can put a bogus one and change it to correct one later on.
ESXi has built-in Unisphere agent so once you install the system and it has IP connectivity to SPA/SPB ..it will over-ride the settings that you manually put it.
|Created :||Jan 10, 2012 1:48:31 PM|
|Message :||HBA (20:01:00:25:B5:FF:00:0F:20:01:00:25:B5:0A:00:0F) on Host (blade1(MANUAL/126.96.36.1990120110184518)) may not be connected to a storage group.|
|Full Description :||HBA (20:01:00:25:B5:FF:00:0F:20:01:00:25:B5:0A:00:0F) on Host (blade1(MANUAL/188.8.131.520120110184518)) may not be connected to a storage group. This HBA is not able to access LUNs that belong to its server.|
|Recommended Action :||Manually register the initiator or stop I/O from the server and remove/re-add it to the storage group. See online help for guidance.|
|Event Code :||0x721b|
Getting closer... lol
ESXi doesn't see the LUN, so I think iy might be the masking as I have not zoned the switches until I get the LUN masking correct on the VNX first.
So the WWN/IQN I would enter on the VNX is the highlighted in the pic attached????