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Cisco ISE Reimaged Appliance Interfaces are not showing up

Chris Terry
Level 1
Level 1

I reimaged an appliance with ISE. The interfaces that are showing under show interface are not GIgabitEthernet 0, 1, etc... They're named enp4s0f0, enp4s0f1

 

Any fix for this?

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Chris Terry
Level 1
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The initial install failed due to the appliance not being able to ping the default gateway and DNS server. Added the firewall rules and reinstalled. It fixed the issue

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poongarg
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Which ISE version, you have installed. If used ISO or OVA file. Seems ISE application is not installed properly.

I would suggest you to reimage using OVA and check.

Unfortunately it's SNS-3415 with Cisco 2.2. I know they're EOL, but we're working towards getting off of them. It's a standalone appliance in a weird setup. We're using a proper VM deployment for our main deployment which is all supported and up to date...

I imaged the appliance using the KVM

Since both HW and SW are EoL/EoS, I believe, it is not worth spending time to figure out the issue on it. Better to test anything on latest or supported HW/SW.

ammahend
VIP
VIP

what appliance did you reimage with ISE image ?

-hope this helps-

It's a SNS-3415 and ISE 2.2. EOL but compatible with each other. It's a standalone appliance doing guest wifi auth in a weird "dmz" setup. We have a main deployment that is using VMs and update to date ISE versions.

I used the KVM and the 2.2 ISO to install it.

Chris Terry
Level 1
Level 1

The initial install failed due to the appliance not being able to ping the default gateway and DNS server. Added the firewall rules and reinstalled. It fixed the issue