Fabric Manager Reports > Zone Summary
Version 10.0.00
Zone Summary
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Zones provide the mechanism for partitioning one environment from another in a switched fabric. This segregation supports several scenarios, such as restricting access for security purposes or configuring environments with different intents, such as testing versus production. For example, this segmentation scheme could be deployed to differentiate Linux environments from Windows environments, as storage provisioning differs by operating system; zones offer a way to more easily manage storage resources. Note that a device can be in more than one zone.
To facilitate availability and scalability, zones are deployed in a VSAN (Virtual SAN - partitioned physical storage). A zone is first defined and then activated, with only one zone set active at a time.
Zone Name
The name of the zone in the SAN Fabric. Click to link to Zone Details.
Zone Type
The type of zone
Indicates the status of the zone as either active or inactive
Zone Set
The zone set each zone is in. Click the link to view the Zone Set Summary.
SAN Fabric
The name of the SAN Fabric
The number of members in each Zone. Click the link to view the Zone Members.
The number of initiators that send a request to the node
The number of receivers of the request