Redundancy Misconfigured in iSeries-SAN

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Fiber Ports
iSeries
SAN
Oops..new DASD from SAN was misconfigured and loosing redundancy...
There are the New Multi Path connections to the SAN for one of the IsERIES server.. note that the Redundancy connections are using the Same BUS. 
This unfortunately now gives us a single point of failure down to the Fiber channel card. 
What this means is each fiber cad has 2 ports. and using this config the fail over is on the same CARD.   In order to correct this has to be well thought out and planned since these drives are already formated moved into production.
Can anybody through some thoughts/ideas ,to correct the configuration and have redundancy in place?


Software/Hardware used:
V6R1,iSeries

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