UCSD workflow for binding multiple leaf node ports to a single EPG
I am currently working on the creation of workflows for a L2-Extension Service for our ACI fabric (Extending the current non-ACI network/vlans into the fabric, i.e. VLAN=BD=EPG) The current, 'manual' process takes a very long time to bind an EPG/VLAN to multiple leaf node ports. EPG translates to 'legacy' vlan extended into the fabric.
I have created a workflow that meets this requirement of binding a leaf node port to an EPG, but this can only be one at a time. I don't have an out of the box option to select multiple leaf node ports to bind to a single EPG.
1 physical server, 2 NICs to 2 different Leafs, 20 EPG/vlans requested to server
Select EPG, select leaf node port for servers first NIC, apply.
Repeat for server 2nd NIC.
Repeat for each EPG/vlan required to be presented to server.
This equates to me running the same workflow 40 times - 1 EPG/vlan, 2 NICs, 20 vlans requested.
Has anyone created a workflow for a similar requirement that could help me?
The ultimate plan is, with some DevOps scripting, we could input a list of vlan IDs, a list of leaf nodes & ports/interfaces & execute the workflow. I think we may be still a month or 2 away from this, but to allow my customer to at least execute either 1 EPG & a list of leaf node ports at once & repeat for each EPG, or a leaf node port with a list of EPGs & repeat for each leaf node port, it would be faster than what I have now.
In this article, we are providing sample work flows for the private cloud management solution. In our topology, ACI is used for network. We have placed the BMA outside the UCS fabric and connected through L3 switch. The UCS ser...
This workflow will log onto a WLC and find the connected AP(s) and test if they are on the network.
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When deploying open automation connector module and trying to create side menu per UCSD docs
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