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Urgent Help with Adaptec SAN 7200S

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Hi Experts,

I am having a heck of time, trying to get this stupid thing to recognize the network cards and comunicate with the server.
the network cards are fibre cards and they plug into the SAN.

any help will be very appreciated.

MJ
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You're probably on the wrong forum.  I would take this question to the storage forum for a better answer:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/

SANs can be pretty complicated.  One thing I can suggest without knowing your problem is that you might have an issue with WWNs and allocating your LUNs.  I would really take this to storage for more detail.


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Where are we at with this?

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I've got it figured.
how can I close this question?
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You can allocate points and close it yourself, or you can post a message in the Community Support Forum asking that the question be deleted.

I appreciate you dealing with this.  It's a lot of work to go back and clean up old questions.

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delete it please.
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