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How to interpret a supportshow from a Brocade switch for Hardware troubleshooting

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Applies to

  • Fabric MetroCluster
  • Brocade Fabric OS
  • Supportshow

Description

This KB explains how to interpret a supportshow collected from a Brocade switch to troubleshoot suspected Hardware issues with examples given.

Note: The example scenario is for a faulty connection between a Brocade switch and an ATTO Bridge. Remember that these principles apply to Hardware troubleshooting between a Brocade switch and any other remote device (e.g. an FCVI adapter)

 

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