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How to safely change CS700 management interfaces

 
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dbauder92
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How to safely change CS700 management interfaces

We have a CS700 array with the 1Gb ETH1/2 ports currently used as management interfaces.  We also have a pair of 10Gb NICs and are using tg1 and tg3 as our data connections.  We want to add tg2 and tg4 as management interfaces and drop ETH1/2 interfaces.  Pretty straight forward on added tg2 and tg4 as management interfaces.  However network traffic has not migrated to either of these.  Is it as simple as unconfiguring ETH1/2 or will that cause some kind of disruption to the management interface / replication traffic?

Thanks

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dbauder92
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Re: How to safely change CS700 management interfaces

It appears that even though the ETH1 and ETH2 interfaces are unconfigured any network traffic initiated by the Nimble is still sent out via ETH1.  Hey #Nimblesupport why is traffic going out an unconfigured interface?

dbauder92
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Re: How to safely change CS700 management interfaces

The default route is not updated and stays with the unconfigured ETH1 interface. 

Re: How to safely change CS700 management interfaces

Hi Dan,

Thank you for updating this thread to keep the community informed on what your issues were.

Cheers,
Kat Usavage

NimbleConnect Community Manager