I have a 4000 series in production with two physical NICs and a group IP.
I have a 6000 series in a DR site with four physical NICs and a group IP.
4000 series NIC1: 10.0.12.2
4000 series NIC2: 10.0.12.4
4000 series Group IP: 10.0.12.3
6000 series NIC1: 10.10.12.5
6000 series NIC2: 10.10.12.6
6000 series NIC3: 10.10.12.8
6000 series NIC4: 10.10.12.9
6000 series Group IP: 10.10.12.7
All the physical NICs on both SANs can ping each other, back and forth without issue.
The 4000 series group IP can ping everything, back and forth without issue.
However, the 6000 series group IP cannot ping the physical NICs on the 4000. It can, however, ping the group IP of the 4000.
Other devices, such as workstations and servers, can ping everything on both sides, physical NICs and both group IPs. It's only the SANs themselves that are having the issue.
When I do a traceroute originating from the 6000 series group IP, destined to the 4000 series physical NICs, I can see it jump from DR switch to DR router, to Primary router, to Primary switch, then it times out.
When I do a traceroute the other way, originating from the 4000 series physical NICs, destined to the 6000 group IP, it times out immediately without making a single hop.
Any ideas or suggestions?