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(ASK ACI Multipod) Configure connection between IPN using Interface vlan

Hi All,

 

I just want to know, is it possible to configure connection between IPN using SVI then configure OSPF between them?

As I know, the best practice to deploy connection between IPN is using L3 routed interface.

Please attach the document if any.

 

Manurung

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Hi @balaji.bandi 

 

Yes, i have been read that.

But, there is no explaination about SVI between IPN.

 

William

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Re: (ASK ACI Multipod) Configure connection between IPN using Interface vlan

Hi William,


It's never mentioned because SVI 4 has never been supported. VLAN 4 subinterfaces are required on the IPN devices for connecting to the Spine switches.


Cisco explained it in their Multi-Pod configuration White Paper found here: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/collateral/data-center-virtualization/application-centric-infrastructure/white-paper-c11-739714.html (search for the key phrases "Configure the IPN Interfaces" within the doc)


Tuan

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Hi @tuanquangnguyen 

 

how about I configure SVI vlan 10 between IPN?  I asked for configuration between two IPN, not IPN to Spine.
I think It's works, I just need a document about that.

 

William

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Re: (ASK ACI Multipod) Configure connection between IPN using Interface vlan

Hi @williammanurung,

 

My apologies, I might have misinterpreted your question. If you're asking for connection between IPN devices (and not the IPN-Spine part), then any types of connection should do (as long as they support the requirements of multi-pod IPN, stated within the White Paper). I think it should already be mentioned.mpod.png

 

Sincerely,

Tuan