I'm running the Cisco Plugin for Openflow 2.0.4 on Catalyst 3850 switches and have encountered an issue. Flow rules containing the mod_vlan_vid action do not function correctly. The switch does not send an error to the controller, but the flow rules never match packets and do not expire despite the idle timeout being set. Has anyone encountered this issue before?
How did you get the open-flow ova to install? I keep reading your supposed to use the virtual-service install command in enable mode, but my switch doesn't have it. I'm trying to figure out what I'm missing.
See attached diagram: I need to do the following: (NOTE: The Firewall and the EIGRP are connected to VRF-C / REMOTE SITE and TRANSIT routers are in the same location) For VRF-B to Communicate with VRF-C, the traffic has to go through the tr...
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