Hi, i am doing vm-fex in ucs in my lab environment on esxi5.1. I had configured a dynamic vnic connection policy on the service template with 50 vnics.
When configuring the port-groups from ucsm, i noticed that it automatically creates an uplink-pg and deleted-pg. Questions:
- does the uplink-pg have any significance in vm-fex? I believe we are passing vlans to the port groups/port-profiles in the DVS that we create on the ucsm without using the uplink as any vtrunk interface.
- As i have created 50 dynamic vnics on the sp/blades, does this mean i can have a maximum of 50 port-groups on the DVS also? If yes, how can you find out the one-to-one association between the port-group and the dvnic?
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