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dennis.dai
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stop ethernet uplink port will cause appliance port down

Dear All,

I would like to make sure what kind of network traffic will communicate internal in FI.

I disabled the uplink port, and found appliance port was also down.

Does appliance port need to route to uplink port and then back to UCS server ?

Thank you for clarification.

Best Regards,

Dennis Dai

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Robert Burns
Cisco Employee

Expected behavior.  By default, if there are no uplinks online & fwd, then all southbound links (server links and appliance ports) will also go down.

See Abi's explanation here for details how to modify this behavior.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2187144?tstart=0

In short you have to change the Network Control policy of the Appliance port from the Equipment Tab.

Regards,

Robert

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Robert Burns
Cisco Employee

Expected behavior.  By default, if there are no uplinks online & fwd, then all southbound links (server links and appliance ports) will also go down.

See Abi's explanation here for details how to modify this behavior.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2187144?tstart=0

In short you have to change the Network Control policy of the Appliance port from the Equipment Tab.

Regards,

Robert

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Thank you for good answer.

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