troubleshooting Question

vSphere can't connect to NetApp storage?

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A remote site had a TCF wide power outage today that bricked NetApp B. But we are still able to ping NetApp A from the ESX hosts. However, after removing the bad Nodes IP from the dynamic discovery tab and re-scanning HBA or even rebooting, we still can't connect or see any datastores.

Nothing has changed with NetApp besides the hard cycle bricking it's failover partner. The good node sucessfully took ownership of the volumes and luns. Their online and still mapped to the iGroup yada yada. Additionally, when I put the good nodes target IP back into the dynamic discovery, it doesn't automatically populate the static fields. No we're not using CHAP.

Thanks in advance

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