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Where can I find my APIC infrastructure vlan?

Ok, I set my infra vlan about 4 months ago and I cant remember what number I used.

I'm working on another fabric in our 2nd Datacenter and I dont want to overlap the vlans (or do I?)

 

I cannot find the infrastructure vlan anywhere in the GUI or via SSH to the APIC.  I'm a tad NIX illiterate so not much chance of finding it in shell without some hand-holding.

Anyone know where to find this info on a running fabric?

 

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Hi Dan,

Hi Dan,

The simplest way to check the infrastructure VLAN is to issue the "ifconfig | grep bond0." command. This will show you the VLAN configured for the APIC interfaces going to the fabric, which is the infra VLAN.

e.x.

admin@apic1:~> ifconfig | grep bond0.
bond0     Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 58:F3:9C:5A:B9:62  
bond0.4093 Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 58:F3:9C:5A:B9:62 

On this fabric the infra VLAN is 4093

Let me know if that works for you.

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Beginner

Hi Dan,

Hi Dan,

The simplest way to check the infrastructure VLAN is to issue the "ifconfig | grep bond0." command. This will show you the VLAN configured for the APIC interfaces going to the fabric, which is the infra VLAN.

e.x.

admin@apic1:~> ifconfig | grep bond0.
bond0     Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 58:F3:9C:5A:B9:62  
bond0.4093 Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 58:F3:9C:5A:B9:62 

On this fabric the infra VLAN is 4093

Let me know if that works for you.

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Beginner

Go figure it is the vlan I

Go figure it is the vlan I thought it was.  Turns out the memory isnt so bad after all.

THANKS lpember !

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