I need to ask someone have the behavior I describe below:
I'm stretching Layer 2 with 2 EPGs (A,B) and when I put both EPG into the seperate Bridge Domain, I see a intermediate packet loss in VMS.
Default gateway is on a device out of Cisco ACI Fabric.
Inside the EPG-A I have a static path interfaces Vlan 100 and VMM integration with vlan 2000 (dynamic)
Inside the EPG-B I have a static path interfaces Vlan 200 and VMM integration with vlan 3000 (dynamic)
Note - I am not overlapping VLANs from physical to VMM that is why I have seperated vlan blocks for VMM but under same AAEP
Bridge Domain BD1 have ARP flooding, no unicast routing, no subnet entries: I see all mac-address of all virtual machine VM100 and VM200.
1. VM's in EPG A can ping some VM's in EPG B but some VM's in EPG B are NOT able to ping and intermediate packet loss is observed sometimes
VMM integration is done with HP Synergy Blade server ( Tunnel mode)