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ACi VMM integration issue

Hi Team , 

we have some issues when we tried to integrate VMM. 

when we push the DVS into vcenter , all looks fine . and we add one ESX host into that DVS. but for some reason , it keep to use lldp (even my interface-polict disabled the lldp and enable the cdp only )

every time I have to ask server guy to change to CDP in ESXi side

not sure why 

thanks

Daniel

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Cisco Employee

Also try to make the change

Also try to make the change in Firefox.  Here's the bug I'm suspecting: CSCvc84697.

Robert

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Tried with Firefox, unable to

Tried with Firefox, unable to update the vSwitch policies after creating the VMM domain

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Cisco Employee

Should never have to touch

Should never have to touch CDP on the host side.  All policies push from APIC, if not you have a problem.

Did you configured a vSwitch policy under the VMM domain to Disable LLDP and Enable CDP?  LLDP defaults to enable, CDP defaults to disabled, so you need specific policies for both defined under the VMM domain.

You might very well have an Interface Policy, but if you want the settings to push to ESX, you need the vSwitch policy. 

Robert

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Thanks for such a quick reply

Thanks for such a quick reply.

we tried to modify like that , but the submit button is grey , cannot change that .

:(

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Cisco Employee

There was a known bug with

There was a known bug with that.  Which version are you running on APIC?

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version is 2.1(1i)

version is 2.1(1i)

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Cisco Employee

Also try to make the change

Also try to make the change in Firefox.  Here's the bug I'm suspecting: CSCvc84697.

Robert

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Tried with Firefox, unable to

Tried with Firefox, unable to update the vSwitch policies after creating the VMM domain

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Cisco Employee

You can use the API to change

You can use the API to change the settings also.  See if that works.

Use postman or similar to push the config change.  This will tell you if its a UI issue or otherwise.

Robert

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thanks a lot Robert !! will

thanks a lot Robert !! will try that !

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Beginner

Ya ,, it works !

Ya ,, it works !

thanks a lot !

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Cisco Employee

Great to hear :)

Great to hear :)

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Beginner

Here is the screeshoot

Here is the screeshoot

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another thing need to mention

another thing need to mention , we only deployed DVS , not AVS

1. our understanding is when interface-policy defined lldp disable and cdp enable , when deploy the DVS , all policy should stay the same

2. in the wizard of the VMM domain , the Vswitch policy part is only of AVS ? or it is for DVS as well ?

Thanks !

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Cisco Employee

Applies to both. Robert

Applies to both.

Robert