As we know ACI learn fabricPathEp in three ways which are.
1-non-aggregated ==> Not an aggregated link 2-Link ==> Direct Port Channel 3-Node ==> Virtual Port Channel
If the endpoint is being learnt by "Link or Node" we can then easily find out all the associated Interface and Node Profiles and their corresponding Interface and Node Selectors through moquery.
[topology/pod-1/protpaths-101-102/pathep-[LF-101-102-vPC-SERVERS]] ===> Node [topology/pod-1/paths-103/pathep-[LF102-Link-SERVERS]] ===> Link
We can query pathep which are actually "Interface Profile" name, and do reverse engineering to get all the related info.
I am having issue while i am finding all these info if the endpoint is being learnt by "non-aggregated" , because the output only display Interface ID.My question here is that how can i find all the associated profile and selectors if this is the case.The only way to check this is to check the interface profile and their associated interface selectors.Can anyone tell me the correct and easy way to check it through moquery.
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