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Nexus 93180-YC Mgmt Port to forward inband vlan traffic

jahanzaib amin
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Hello Experts,

 

I would like to know that can Nexus 93180-YC mgmt-0 port used to forward in-band vlan traffic toward core switch?

 

In our case, Physical Servers are connected to Nexus 93180-YC with 10G Up-links and Servers Gateway created on Core-Switch. This connectivity is due to unavailability of SFP-10G-SR ports on Core-Switch and for temporarily purpose with Copper Ports on Core switch.

 

I gave this command in Global Configuration Mode: IP Route 0.0.0.0/0 10.x.x.x or Do I need to add this command under Mgmt-0?

Interface Mgmt 0

ip route 0.0.0.0/0 10.x.x.x

 

Can the servers will ping from user side ? 

 

Thanks,

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Mark Malone
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no it cant do true inband traffic , its limited to what it can process

Supported Features on the Ethernet Management Port

The Ethernet management port supports these features:

Express Setup (only in switch stacks)
Network Assistant
Telnet with passwords
TFTP
Secure Shell (SSH)
DHCP-based autoconfiguration
SMNP (only the ENTITY-MIB and the IF-MIB)
IP ping
Interface features
Speed—10 Mb/s, 100 Mb/s, 1000 Mb/s, and autonegotiation
Duplex mode—Full, half, and autonegotiation
Loopback detection
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
DHCP relay agent
IPv4 and IPv6 access control lists (ACLs)
Routing protocols

Reza Sharifi
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The mgmt-0 interface is in a different VRF and should only be used for an out-of-band management connection. 

interface mgmt0
vrf member management

The only time you need this command (ip route 0.0.0.0/0 10.x.x.x) under the management vrf is when mgmt-0 in connected to another switch for out-of-band management.

HTH

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