Re-create VLANs, interface groups, and broadcast domains on node3

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After you confirm that node3 is in quorum and can communicate with node2, you must re-create node1’s VLANs, interface groups, and broadcast domains on node3. You must also add the node3 ports to the newly re-created broadcast domains.

About this task

For more information on creating and re-creating VLANs, interface groups, and broadcast domains, go to References and link to the ONTAP 9 Network Management Guide.

Steps
  1. Re-create the VLANs on node3 using the node1 information recorded in the Relocate non-root aggregates and NAS data LIFs owned by node1 to node2 section:

    network port vlan create -node <node_name> -vlan <vlan-names>

  2. Re-create the interface groups on node3 using the node1 information recorded in the Relocate non-root aggregates and NAS data LIFs owned by node1 to node2 section:

    network port ifgrp create -node <node_name> -ifgrp <port_ifgrp_names>-distr-func

  3. Re-create the broadcast domains on node3 using the node1 information recorded in the Relocate non-root aggregates and NAS data LIFs owned by node1 to node2 section:

    network port broadcast-domain create -ipspace Default -broadcast-domain <broadcast_domain_names> -mtu <mtu_size> -ports <node_name:port_name,node_name:port_name>

  4. Add the node3 ports to the newly re-created broadcast domains:

    network port broadcast-domain add-ports -broadcast-domain <broadcast_domain_names> -ports <node_name:port_name,node_name:port_name>