You must set the authentication policy, type, group and secret.
Warning: Activating the authentication policy requires either DH-CHAP secrets or PKI certificates depending on the protocol selected. Otherwise, ISLs will be segmented during next E-port bring-up. ARE YOU SURE (yes, y, no, n): [no] yes Auth Policy is set to ON
Authentication is set to dhchap.
brcd> secAuthSecret --set This command is used to set up secret keys for the DH-CHAP authentication. The minimum length of a secret key is 8 characters and maximum 40 characters. Setting up secret keys does not initiate DH-CHAP authentication. If switch is configured to do DH-CHAP, it is performed whenever a port or a switch is enabled. Warning: Please use a secure channel for setting secrets. Using an insecure channel is not safe and may compromise secrets. Following inputs should be specified for each entry. 1. WWN for which secret is being set up. 2. Peer secret: The secret of the peer that authenticates to peer. 3. Local secret: The local secret that authenticates peer. Press enter to start setting up secrets > <cr> Enter peer WWN, Domain, or switch name (Leave blank when done): 10:00:00:05:33:76:2e:99 Enter peer secret: <hidden> Re-enter peer secret: <hidden> Enter local secret: <hidden> Re-enter local secret: <hidden> Enter peer WWN, Domain, or switch name (Leave blank when done): Are you done? (yes, y, no, n): [no] yes Saving data to key store... Done.