WWNN's & MAC's are burned to the device.If so,post replacement of Controller we never used to re-do a zoning.
How does the new controller got old WWNN's?
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Re: WWNN's2013-03-18T02:02:22Z in response to SystemAdminWe lost a wwn connection from a new blade server. So the whole blade had to be replaced.
We then had to manually assign the WWNs via the CLI of the RAID controller.
Not quite understanding your question, you should look at the following CLI command. This should help you:
host -[add WWN
In our case we had to change the 2 old blade wwn to the new ones on the new blade.
Hope this helps.