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3750X/3560X IBNS 2.0 service-template voice vlan not working/appearing

andrew.butterworth
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I am testing some IBNS 2.0 configurations on some 3750x & 3560X series switches running the latest 15.2(4)E10 IOS image.

I have everything working except the critical voice vlan feature.  The C3PL policy has a class for "AAA_SVR_DOWN_AUTHD_HOST" (match result-type aaa-timeout & match authorization-status authorized) that actives two service templates - one of these is "service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE" that should activate the critical voice vlan feature.  The switch accepts the commands, however it doesn't appear in the configuration.

I have a 3560CX and with the same configuration it appears in the output of 'show run'.

!!  3750X
!
service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE
!


!! 3560CX
!
service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE
 voice vlan
!

 

Is this just a cosmetic bug or 

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Show run all just shows the default 'linksec policy' command - voice vlan is still missing.

!! 3750X
!
service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE
 linksec policy


!! 3560CX
!
service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE
 voice vlan
 linksec policy
!

Still now shown.

Hi @andrew.butterworth ,

 are you able to execute the commands bellow?

#show service-template [template-name]
#show run full

 

Hope this helps !!!

The output from the command 'show service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE' on both the 3750X & 3560CX is the same (voice vlan isn't there?)

sho service-template CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE
    Name                     :  CRITICAL_VOICE_TEMPLATE
    Description              :  NONE
    VLAN                     :  NONE
    URL_Redirect URL         :  NONE
    URL-Redirect Match ACL   :  NONE
    Idle timeout             :  NONE
    Absolute-Timer           :  NONE
    Linksec Policy           :  NONE
    Input Qos Policy         :  NONE
    Output Qos Policy        :  NONE
    SGT Value                :  NONE

The 'show run full' is as in the earlier post

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