How to connect External SAN HPE MSA with HCI aCloud

Muhammad Imran Lv2Posted 17 Jan 2023 14:41

I have to connect HPE MSA SAN with HCI aCloud, anyone can answer please?

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Quite relevant answer but not perfect, please explain it in more detail. then i will share my findings.
can i use existing vSAN  aggregate interface if yes then what will be impact on existing data store.
what if i create new sub interface?
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rivsy Lv5Posted 17 Jan 2023 15:41
Did you try the wizard setup of "Add Node", you can use it and Sangfor predefined setup will help you to configure it
Jhazz Lv3Posted 17 Jan 2023 15:47
Configure it thru the "Management Interface" and "Overlay Network Interface (VXLan), just add the server name and ip address
Luih Miranda Lv3Posted 17 Jan 2023 15:57
You can set up New Cluster by clicking New Node then follow the step-by-step procedure and fill in the required items.
Naomi Lv3Posted 22 Jan 2023 14:40
Used Sangfor predefined setup for more granular settings
VanFlyheights Lv3Posted 22 Jan 2023 21:17
Please contact support
BitCloud Lv3Posted 22 Jan 2023 21:23
It is more complicated. Contact support as soon as possible.
Noah19 Lv3Posted 22 Jan 2023 21:29
You may create a new cluster by selecting New Node, then following the on-screen instructions and filling in the needed fields.
Adonis001 Lv3Posted 22 Jan 2023 21:36
What is the issue when you have a SAN?
isabelita Lv3Posted 22 Jan 2023 21:41
Make sure your SAN is compatible to the HCI.

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