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ERROR: No FC modules exist in the VC domain

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cursur949
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ERROR: No FC modules exist in the VC domain

I am trying to script out the addition of two fabrics to a new VC domain.  I am running two flex-fabrics with fiber channel connected to bay 1 ports 1 and 2

 

To create the domain from a flat brand new VC Config I ran the below successfully

set domain name=new_domain  MacType=VC-Defined MacPool=1 WwnType=VC-Defined WwnPool=1

 

To create the fabrics I then ran the below successfully

Add fabric SAN_A Bay=1 Ports=1,2 LinkDist=Auto
Add fabric SAN_B Bay=2 Ports=1,2 LinkDist=Auto

 

To add the fabrics to a server profile I ran the below successfully

add profile New_profile_name -nodefaultenetconn -NoDefaultFcConn –NoDefaultFcoeConn

 

To add the fabrics to the profile I ran the below and got the error “ERROR: No FC modules exist in the VC domain” on both commands

add fc-connection New_profile_name Fabric=SAN_A Speed=Auto
add fc-connection New_profile_name Fabric=SAN_B Speed=Auto

 

What am I doing wrong, I opened a case with HP and they gave me a blank stare through the phone.

 

As a note – I can add a fabric to the profile I created "New_profile_name" with the above command via the UI with no error.

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HEM_2
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Re: ERROR: No FC modules exist in the VC domain

Cursur949,

 

try the following command syntax:

 

add fcoe-connection <ProfileName> [Fabric=<FabricName>]
  [SpeedType=<1Gb|2Gb|4Gb|8Gb|Custom|Disabled>] [CustomSpeed=<100Mb-10Gb>]
  [WWNAddressType=<Factory-Default|User-Defined>]
  [PortWWN=<WWN address>] [NodeWWN=<WWN address>]
  [MACAddressType=<Factory-Default|User-Defined>] [EthernetMac=<MAC Address>]