Not if you want it to work Because the Simulator is running on an mininet instance, the MACs are nested and therefore will not be able to receive traffic intended for the APICs virtual MAC. It's the same reason when you run a nested VM instances of a hypervisor like ESX, you also need promisc. mode enabled.
One option is to connect the APIC Sim to a dedicated vSwitch without any physical uplinks. Then add a VM/Jumpbox with one Interface in the same vSwitch/Port Group as the Sim, and a second interface attached to your external/routed network vSwitch/portgroup. This would limit the exposure of the Sim to only the jumpbox which could be running a FW to prevent external access.
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