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1000v pre-upgrade utility error

taylormf1
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I am upgrading the software on a NX-1000v. When I run the pre-upgrade utility I pass every check except check #2 (Port-profiles).

The output tells me to put the speed and duplex configurations on the Port-Profile and remove them from the interface. However, there does not appear to be any way to include speed and duplex in the port-profile, only on the port channel or the ethernet interface?

Has anyone encountered this?

Mike

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mipetrin
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi Michael,

It can be set under the port-profile, however only under type ethernet - as this is what would be assigned to the physical NICs.

When you create a port-profile and do not specify a type, it defaults to type vethernet.

Here is output from my lab:

N1Kv(config)# port-profile type ?

  ethernet   Ethernet type

  vethernet  Vethernet type

N1Kv(config)# port-profile type ethernet test_eth // notice ethernet

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# speed ?

  10     10Mb/s

  100    100Mb/s

  1000   1Gb/s

  10000  10Gb/s

  auto   Auto negotiate speed

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# duplex ?

  auto  Auto

  full  Full

  half  Half

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# exit

N1Kv(config)# port-profile type vethernet test_virt  // notice vethernet

These two commands error out:

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# sp?

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# du?

Hope that helps

Thanks,

Michael

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mipetrin
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi Michael,

It can be set under the port-profile, however only under type ethernet - as this is what would be assigned to the physical NICs.

When you create a port-profile and do not specify a type, it defaults to type vethernet.

Here is output from my lab:

N1Kv(config)# port-profile type ?

  ethernet   Ethernet type

  vethernet  Vethernet type

N1Kv(config)# port-profile type ethernet test_eth // notice ethernet

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# speed ?

  10     10Mb/s

  100    100Mb/s

  1000   1Gb/s

  10000  10Gb/s

  auto   Auto negotiate speed

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# duplex ?

  auto  Auto

  full  Full

  half  Half

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# exit

N1Kv(config)# port-profile type vethernet test_virt  // notice vethernet

These two commands error out:

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# sp?

N1Kv(config-port-prof)# du?

Hope that helps

Thanks,

Michael

taylormf1
Level 1
Level 1

Thanks Michael,

I must be going crazy or something??

Last week I could have sworn that speed/duplex didn't show up when looked under the port profile attributes.

You're right though, there they are!!

Thanks,

Mike

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