As I am continue testing ACI I ran into another interesting issue.
I have created one L3out that I apply to 2 leafs. (Leaf101 and 102) via different logical interfaces.
I learn routes on the routes connected on the interfaces. I can even ping between the routers loopbacks IF the VRF is Unenforced. As soon as I click enforce VRF botton I can no longer ping between the interfaces.
So I know that there is something wrong with contract. I have created contract ICMP whhich allows ICMP and applyed it to L3out consume and provide as well as to the associated VRF ALEX as BOTH provided AND consumed contract and still no luck.
Basically I applyed ICMP allowed contract everywhere it is possible but still pings don't go through,
As soon as I unenforce the assosiated VRF pings work.
Could you tell me please how can I verify if I applyed the contracts correctly.
Moreover, Do I even have to apply contract between different interfaces of THE SAME L3OUT instance?
Join us live on Thursday, April 8 at 10 am PT (and on demand after) as we join Cisco and HashiCorp executives to discuss the importance of IaC automation, Intersight Service for Terraform, and how to better manage hybrid cloud infrastructure at scale...
Join us live on Thursday, April 8 at 10 am PT (and on demand after) where Cisco and HashiCorp executives will discuss the importance of IaC automation, Cisco Intersight Service for Hashicorp Terraform, and how to better manage hybrid cloud infrastructure...
How to START with Infrastructure as a code for Cisco Cloud Solutions
ACI Ansible Modules Documentation Guide
Cisco Collections on Ansible Galaxy
Cisco DevNet Learning Labs
DevNet Introduction to ACI and Ansible
DevNet Introduction to ACI a...
Here's how to get notified about Cisco software releases, like the Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) (APIC Software)
Go to software.cisco.com - where you download all Cisco software
Select Software Download