I understand the following to be true with Cisco UCS platform:
'you cannot create VLANs with IDs from 3968 to 4047. This range of VLAN IDs is reserved.'
I have a private 172.16.x.x network northbound on my network that is in vlan ID is 4001, I wanted to present this southbound on UCS. This might be a stupid question but is the only way getting arounf this to change the Vlan ID to one that sits in the pool of UCS Vlan IDs that are allowed?
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Btw, as I will have to do this, anyone know of any easy way I can check in my data centre all the uplink trunks that a vlan has been assigned to?