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"OwnerDid" column in the fcrxlateconfig output . What does it mean ??

Hi There

 

What does the column "OwnerDid" mean in the output of command fcrxlateconfig run on an fc router ??

 

Appreciate your quick response in this regard. 

 

Thanks 

Anand

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Re: "OwnerDid" column in the fcrxlateconfig output . What does it mean ??

The OwnerDid is the switch where you will have to perform specifics commands to be allow to do it.

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Registered: ‎03-29-2011

Re: "OwnerDid" column in the fcrxlateconfig output . What does it mean ??

Or otherwise stated - it is the Domain ID of the router which created the translate domain - either by running the fcrxlateconfig command or when the router needed to create translate domain....




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