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Trident connection refused when trying to create backend

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Trident


  • Connection refused when creating a backend from tridentctl
# tridentctl create backend -f sample.json -n ecs-trident
Error: could not create backend: problem initializing storage driver 'ontap-nas': error initializing ontap-nas driver: could not create Data ONTAP API client: error reading SVM details:
Post  "https://<IP_ADDR>/servlets/netapp.servlets.admin.XMLrequest_filer":
dial tcp <IP_ADDR>:443: connect: connection refused (400 Bad Request)
command terminated with exit code 1


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