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Old 08-05-2005, 04:28 PM   #1
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Lost QLogic WWPN

I recently upgraded the firmware/bios on 2 dual-port QLogic 2312 fibre channel cards. I used the QLogic-provided scli utility to do the upgrade. Since then, all 4 ports on the 2 cards report their WWPN as "50-05-08-B2-00-00-00-00." The cards also report their serial number as "A000000".

this of course, hosed all the SAN zoning for these 2 nodes. Is there a way to recover or reset the WWPNs????

Thanks in advance.


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