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How to get which vnic is assigned to template or service profile

Hi,

How to get which vnic is assigned to template or service profile in command line we are using 3.1 UCSM.

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You can pull that info from the CLI, NXOS level:

Putty/ssh to VIP

#connect nxos a|b  (you'll need to know which side the veth is on)

nxos#show int veth xyz

The output will reference the vnic name as well as the blade that is hosting it.

Thanks,

Kirk...

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Can you elaborate a little more on exactly what you are asking for?

Are you asking how to trace back a given vnic in a service profile, to which vnic in a lan connectivity policy or vnic template that generated it ?

Are you asking how to determine what service profile/server is linked to a 'veth'?

Thanks,

Kirk...

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Hi kirk,

Might be veth,

Actually we have different vnic templates and I want to identify which vnic is mapped to  which service profile.

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You can pull that info from the CLI, NXOS level:

Putty/ssh to VIP

#connect nxos a|b  (you'll need to know which side the veth is on)

nxos#show int veth xyz

The output will reference the vnic name as well as the blade that is hosting it.

Thanks,

Kirk...

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You will also want to run:

UCS#show service-profile circuit server x/y

to show you which Veth are on the service profile. Keep in mind, that A side Veth interfaces will only show up from the NXOS-A shell and Veth interfaces on the B side, will only show on NXOS-B shell.

Wes

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