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Communicaiton between FI6332 and Nexus 9000

Hello,

I deploy actually a Stretch Hyperflex. I am blocking at the step of the creation of the cluster. Indeed, the communication between the FI6332 and the nexus 9000 doesn't work.

There are port channel between N900 and FI6332, all vlan are trunk in the port channel in the nexus.

Do you have idea why there are no communication ?

How can i check the configuration of the port channel on the FI ?

The Esx on the FI can ping between us

 

Thank you

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Re: Communicaiton between FI6332 and Nexus 9000

Just to confirm, you have no other uplinks for the FIs going to any other switches (or even the same N9Ks)?

Also, your spanning tree should be set to type 'spanning-tree port type edge trunk' for interfaces facing FI ports in 'end host' mode.

 

Thanks,

Kirk...

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Cisco Employee

Re: Communicaiton between FI6332 and Nexus 9000

Are you learning any macs on the N9k on the PCs in question in the VLANs you are expecting?

Do you happen to have different native vlan settings between the FIs and the N9K?

On your N9k and FIs do a show run int PO xx

and paste the output

On the FIs, you'll have to 'connect nxos' first before running the show commands.

 

Thanks,

Kirk...

Beginner

Re: Communicaiton between FI6332 and Nexus 9000

Hello,

There are no learging macs.

here the configuration on the FI :

interface port-channel2
description U: Uplink
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,16,20,97-98
lacp max-bundle 16
pinning border
speed 40000

 

Here the configuration on the N9K-1 :

interface port-channel1003
description Uplink Hyperflex FRFI6332-2B
switchport mode trunk
spanning-tree port type network
vpc 1003

 

Here the configuration on the N9K-2 :

interface port-channel1003
description Uplink Hyperflex FRFI6332-2B
switchport mode trunk
spanning-tree port type network
vpc 1003

 

For the native vlan, the PO are in trunk mode, otherwise the native vlan is the 1 on the both.

 

Thank you for your help

Cisco Employee

Re: Communicaiton between FI6332 and Nexus 9000

Just to confirm, you have no other uplinks for the FIs going to any other switches (or even the same N9Ks)?

Also, your spanning tree should be set to type 'spanning-tree port type edge trunk' for interfaces facing FI ports in 'end host' mode.

 

Thanks,

Kirk...

Beginner

Re: Communicaiton between FI6332 and Nexus 9000

There are no another uplink.

The solution was to configure the spanningtree in end host mode. The FI is not a switch and act as a server whith many ports/mac. With the configuration "type network" the traffic is blocked.

 

Thank you

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