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GET service-policy APIC-EM

Hello,

I have a problem getting a result with the method getServicePolicyOutByInterfaceId

here is the interface:

ISR4451X-B#sh run int gi 0/0/1

Building configuration...

Current configuration : 194 bytes

!

interface GigabitEthernet0/0/1

description P2P link to 3560-X

ip address 10.10.30.65 255.255.255.252

speed 1000

no negotiation auto

service-policy input PM

service-policy output PM

end

result is: {

    "version": "0.0",

    "response": {

        "ipv4Address": "10.10.30.1",

        "macAddress": "FC:5B:39:D4:4C:01",

        "vendor": "Cisco",

        "ipv4Mask": "30",

        "duplex": true,

        "serialNo": "FGL183710LP",

        "pid": "ISR4451-X/K9",

        "lastUpdated": "2015-04-27 15:30:12.629034+00",

        "status": "up",

        "numUpdates": 534,

        "interfaceType": "Physical",

        "deviceId": "5a89d2c4-9613-4a2e-900a-4122a900788a",

        "portName": "GigabitEthernet0/0/1",

        "portType": "ISR4451-X-4x1GE",

        "ospfSupport": true,

        "connectorType": "RJ-45",

        "id": "edbc9c9c-eef9-4f57-a6bd-4f07c902b557",

        "speed": 1000000,

        "avgUpdateFrequency": 181

    }

Request URL

https://10.10.10.107:443/api/v0/interface/edbc9c9c-eef9-4f57-a6bd-4f07c902b557/service-policy-out

Response Body

{ "version": "0.0" }

Response Code

200

How it really works, can someone give me an example?

I am trying to get the rate on an interface. Is there another way?

Thank you,

Cristian Ruta

ruta.cristian@gmail.com

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Cisco Employee

Hi Cristian,

    

The result what you got is correct only as the response code is 200. Did you had chance to try

    https://10.10.10.107/swagger#!//api/v0/interface/<interface id>

I would request you to refer the https://developer.cisco.com/site/apic-em/discover/videos/ for further information.

Thanks and Regards,

Geevarghese

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Hi Cristian,

    

The result what you got is correct only as the response code is 200. Did you had chance to try

    https://10.10.10.107/swagger#!//api/v0/interface/<interface id>

I would request you to refer the https://developer.cisco.com/site/apic-em/discover/videos/ for further information.

Thanks and Regards,

Geevarghese

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hi Geevarghese!

I already seen the tutorials and also tested get interface method that you specified but I don't find something related to get service-policy or traffic rate information on the interface.

Thank you,

Cristian

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