We at times will see our wireless clients lose network access sporadically when accessing either the Internet or local servers on our network. We have a pair of Nexus 3064 switches configured in a VPC providing all layer 3 services at this facility and everything works great except for our wireless users. It doesn't appear to be an issue with our WLC, which is a Cisco WLC 5508 residing in a remote data center.
The solution is to ping either of the "Real" IP address on the SVIs of the Nexus switches, not the HSRP address. Has anyone seen this before? Here is a config snippet of the SVIs and VPC setup.
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1. Log into CLI of DNAC:
ssh maglev@< DNAC appliance IP> -p 2222
2. Run this curl command to get token to get member id:
curl -X POST -u admin:<admin user password> -H -V https://<CLUSTER-IP>/api/system/v1/identitymgmt/token
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This document describes the general recommendations or best practices when designing and deploying the Cisco SD-Access technology. The document assumes that the reader has a general overview of Cisco's SD-Access for Distributed C...