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Re: [oess-users] OESS problem with Dell s6000

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  • From: "Gurkan, Deniz" <>
  • To: Azher Mughal <>, Andrew Ragusa <>, "" <>, "" <>
  • Subject: Re: [oess-users] OESS problem with Dell s6000
  • Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2014 10:30:48 -0500
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Thanks Azher. We are also in touch with our Dell rep on this. 

However, Amir was trying to look at the problem from both sides (controller messages and switch responses) to isolate and identify. 
That’s why we decided to go ahead and test a similar scenario with a different controller.


Deniz Gurkan, PhD
Associate Professor
Computer Engineering Tech.
University of Houston
230B Technology Bldg.
Houston, TX 77204-4020

From: Azher Amin <>
Date: Friday, October 10, 2014 at 10:26 AM
To: Andrew Ragusa <>, "" <>, "" <>
Subject: Re: [oess-users] OESS problem with Dell s6000

Hi Amirali, A.J.,

If you feel there is issue with the OF firmware in S6000 then feel free to contact Dell. I am ccing Jai. Their team is also interested in seeing the debug outputs.


On 10/10/2014 6:38 AM, Andrew Ragusa wrote:
Hi Amirali

I can not tell what the cause of the disconnect is from what you sent.
 Can you send me both the full TCPDump when talking to OESS and the
logs from OESS /var/log/messages


On 10/10/14 3:15 AM, Amirali Kouhi Kamali wrote:
> HI

> We have been experiencing Dell S6000 and OESS for a while but we
> couldn't connect them together

> In order to find out the root cause of this problem we conducted
> different tests attached file is result of comparison of Open Day
> Light controller and OESS controller when communicating to DELL
> S6000

> And likely cause of TCP getting tore down is existence of Vendor
> message in OESS could you please explain why that message is
> necessary and and how it behaves?

> Regards


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