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er.vansh17091
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Vlan addition on interfaces or VPC

Hello Folks,

 

I was just wondering vlan assignment on Cisco ACI fabric on ethernet port or VPC

Can you please help with specific commands and GUI navigation through which I can delete or add vlans on ethernet port or VPC.

 

Apart from this how can I assign epg on interface?

Do we have option to assign static IP interface in aci fabric.

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Sergiu.Daniluk
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Hi @er.vansh17091 

There are two independent actions here:

  1. VLAN allocation in a domain/AAEP
  2. EPG domain allocation. If you have a phy domain, this step requires additional interface+vlan binding

Both steps are quite extensive in terms of explanations, especially the first step. Just to give you a snip pic, this is how it looks like from the ACI perspective and NXOS CLI comparison:

access-policy-linkage.png

I would suggest you go through this lab: https://aci-lab.ciscolive.com/lab/pod2/accesspol/whyap#

This will just give you a brief explanation on each object (vlan pool, domain, AEP, If Policy Groups, If Profiles, Sw Profiles).

Another lab where it shows step by step how to configure it: https://aci-k8s-lab.ciscolive.com/lab/pod3/aci-config/intf-p

 

Of course, a ciscolive presentation would be best for a better understanding of all these objects. My recommendation is to start with: 

https://www.ciscolive.com/global/on-demand-library.html?#/session/1542224296189001r3AP

 

Stay safe,

Sergiu

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I will make the assumption that this server is a bare metal server or a non-VMM integrated server. For this you need to go to the EPG in question (where that server belongs to), under the static ports, double click on the desired port, make the change of Port Encap, click Submit and voila.

 

Stay safe,

Sergiu

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Just ensure the corresponding VLAN pool includes VLAN 705, otherwise it will not work, and ACI will raise a fault.

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Robert

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shajidpayma
Beginner

Hii buddy, I think this thread would help you for sure . and it sovled on cisco community. so kindly check out this   mis webmail eq

https://community.cisco.com/t5/other-data-center-subjects/vpc-vlan-and-non-vpc-vlan/td-p/2796137

 

Hope it would help you. 

@shajidpayma 

 

Thank you for sharing the details.

 

Can you please help me with simple scenario that If I want to chnage the encap/data vlan of any interface.

 

Ex. I've a server which is connected to interface ethernet 103/1/20 and associated with vlan 700 and I want to change the vlan 705 instead of 700 on single interface.

 

Post changing the vlan, ip address could be changed?

Sergiu.Daniluk
VIP Advocate

Hi @er.vansh17091 

There are two independent actions here:

  1. VLAN allocation in a domain/AAEP
  2. EPG domain allocation. If you have a phy domain, this step requires additional interface+vlan binding

Both steps are quite extensive in terms of explanations, especially the first step. Just to give you a snip pic, this is how it looks like from the ACI perspective and NXOS CLI comparison:

access-policy-linkage.png

I would suggest you go through this lab: https://aci-lab.ciscolive.com/lab/pod2/accesspol/whyap#

This will just give you a brief explanation on each object (vlan pool, domain, AEP, If Policy Groups, If Profiles, Sw Profiles).

Another lab where it shows step by step how to configure it: https://aci-k8s-lab.ciscolive.com/lab/pod3/aci-config/intf-p

 

Of course, a ciscolive presentation would be best for a better understanding of all these objects. My recommendation is to start with: 

https://www.ciscolive.com/global/on-demand-library.html?#/session/1542224296189001r3AP

 

Stay safe,

Sergiu

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Thank you for sharing the details @Sergiu.Daniluk .

 

Can you please help me with simple scenario that If I want to chnage the encap/data vlan of any interface.

 

Ex. I've a server which is connected to interface ethernet 103/1/20 and associated with vlan 700 and I want to change the vlan 705 instead of 700 on single interface.

 

 

 

I will make the assumption that this server is a bare metal server or a non-VMM integrated server. For this you need to go to the EPG in question (where that server belongs to), under the static ports, double click on the desired port, make the change of Port Encap, click Submit and voila.

 

Stay safe,

Sergiu

View solution in original post

Just ensure the corresponding VLAN pool includes VLAN 705, otherwise it will not work, and ACI will raise a fault.

Capture.PNG

Robert

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