As Fabrizio has mentioned this will technically work. However, this type of topology is not recommended for two reasons.
1) You have to manage each individually without a CM and lose the reporting capability of CM.
2) You lose DRE when peering two WAAS Express devices. Since WAAS Express only does DRE decode, having WAAS Express devices on both ends of the connection means you effectively limit yourself to only TFO + LZ even if the policy is set for TFO DRE LZ (e.g. Full optimization). This is why WAAS Express is recommended to peer with a WAAS appliance at the head end.
Hello,I have created one more Tenant on which and have created VRF context however on APIC it is showing but not on leaf nodes. Even on vrf details not showing any status on operation status.INCHNXXX # sh vrf TEST-VRF detailVRF Information:Tenant VRF...