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Cisco Bug: CSCun67589 - NSM is throwing NETWORK_DELETE_PGMISMATCH error

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Feb 27, 2019

Products (3)

  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch for VMware vSphere
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch
  • Cisco Application Virtual Switch

Known Affected Releases

5.2(1)SV3(1.1)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Software Version: 5.2(1)SV3(1.3)
VMs fail to power on when using 1000v in VMware Vcloud Director and Vshield manager.

Conditions:
VMware vCloud Director version:  5.5.3.2578696
VMware vShield Manager version: 5.5.3-2175697
VMware vCenter version: 5.5.0, 2001466
VMware ESXi version: 5.5.0, 2068190
N1k: 5.2(1)SV3(1.3)

Example of errors in log:
2015 Sep 23 12:32:20 NC-DC-1000VB nsmgr[3315]: %NSMGR-3-NETWORK_CREATE_FAILED: Network 'vxw-dvs-73-virtualwire-4109-sid-10175-dvs.VCDVSInternal-vAppNetwork-390b2fbe-a7a' creation failed with error "Alias ID not found" (Additional information: Portgroup ID not found)


2015 Sep 23 12:32:20 NC-DC-1000VB nsmgr[3315]: %NSMGR-3-NETWORK_DELETE_PGMISMATCH: Requested Network 'vxw-dvs-73-virtualwire-4109-sid-10175-dvs.VCDVSInternal-vAppNetwork-390b2fbe-a7a' with dvportgroup_id '' does not match MSP SDB portgroup name ''


2015 Sep 23 12:32:20 NC-DC-1000VB nsmgr[3315]: %NSMGR-3-NETWORK_CREATE_FAILED: Network 'vxw-dvs-73-virtualwire-4109-sid-10175-dvs.VCDVSInternal-vAppNetwork-390b2fbe-a7a' creation failed with error "Alias ID not found" (Additional information: Portgroup ID not found)
2015 Sep 23 12:32:20 NC-DC-1000VB nsmgr[3315]: %NSMGR-3-NETWORK_DELETE_PGMISMATCH: Requested Network 'vxw-dvs-73-virtualwire-4109-sid-10175-dvs.VCDVSInternal-vAppNetwork-390b2fbe-a7a' with dvportgroup_id '' does not match MSP SDB portgroup name ''
2015 Sep 23 12:32:20 NC-DC-1000VB vshd[11042]: %VSHD-5-VSHD_SYSLOG_CONFIG_I: Configured from vty by root on vsh.11042
2015 Sep 23 12:32:21 NC-DC-1000VB nsmgr[3315]: %NSMGR-5-NETWORK_DELETED: Network 'dvs-73-virtualwire-4109-sid-10175-dvs.VCDVSInternal-vAppNetwork-390b2fbe-a7a' deleted successfully
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