How I can be sure that I have configured correctly my iSCSI ports to support failover network?
I have a VNX5400 with SPA and SPB. Each with Two-port 10-Gb/s SFP+ Optical I/O modules, so 2 modules with a total of 4 ports split between SPA and SPB and connected to a switch. I have assigned virtual IPs for each port.
SPA Module 1 SlotA2 -Port0
SPA Module 1 SlotA2 -Port1
SPB Module 2 SlotB2 -Port0
SPB Module 2 SlotB2 -Port1
How I can be sure that if I lost one port (damaged or I disconnect it) another available port will handle his current work? What setup of configuration I need to do?
As to failover, that is on the hosts through the failover software. There is a setting called "failover mode" - for almost all operating systems that should be set to 4. ESX has what's called a host agent that should automatically setup the failover mode when first connected.
Check the web site mydocument.emc.com - this takes you to a place that you can create a host connectivity guide that will help with setting up the hosts. Go to the VNX Series, then the Server Tasks.