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I 've cisco MDS switch(9506). I have created aliases ,now i want to check for the alias name like "CLAR4682_spa2" . *I 've the wwn info. with me and i want to make use of it to find the alias name Please help me find the right command to use in CLI.

In brocade nodefind "wwn" gives that information.

Thanks in advance!

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Oh hello again wildchild - if you let me know what version of SAN-OS or NX-OS you're using I'll happily send you a copy of Cisco's excellent command reference.

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thanks chopper: here's the info Hardware cisco MDS 9509 ("Supervisor/Fabric-1") Intel(R) Pentium(R) III CPU with 1028596 kB of memory. Processor Board ID JAB0933014R bootflash: 250368 kB slot0: 0 kB swemc001 kernel uptime is 331 days 15 hours 20 minute(s) 3 second(s) Last reset Reason: Unknown System version: 3.2(3a) Service: ============================================== Software BIOS: version 1.1.0 loader: version 1.2(2) kickstart: version 3.2(3a) system: version 3.2(3a) –  wildchild Jul 12 '10 at 9:54
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Ok, here's the link - it's a really great reference - cisco.com/en/US/docs/storage/san_switches/mds9000/sw/rel_3_x/… By the way you're REALLY behind on your code, I've got lots of 9509's and haven't seen a v3 box for...literally years now - you should consider upgrading. –  Chopper3 Jul 12 '10 at 10:21
    
yes i know, but it's up to the management to decide based on the budget and stuff :)..however, i will put this point forward in discussion. Thanks you again for the response. –  wildchild Jul 12 '10 at 10:54
    
I'm no expert on licence terms but you might want to call Cisco to ask if you can get a free update. –  Chopper3 Jul 12 '10 at 11:02

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