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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...
On the MDF Rack is a Linksys switch that has 24 ports with two mini gigabit interface converter (GBIC) modules: One GBIC module port states up to 12; the other port states up to 24. [o:p][/o:p] Also, there are two fiber patch panels with 12-pair wires connected to Ports 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12...
I have fiber connected to my 2950 but it does not work. I did a light test with the fiber strands and they are good. Is there anything else tyhat I am missing that must be done.