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Cisco Bug: CSCup84830 - NSC should not count VMs towards VSG limit deeper than Tenant level

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Jul 29, 2020

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  • Cisco Virtual Network Management Center

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PNSC determines which tenant a VSG is placed in (via a truncate org path to the Tenant level) and doees the same for VMs. Then it sends all VMs in a tenant to the tenant's VSG(s). The rationale is there's an implicit level of trust within the tenant and attributes for all VMs are required in order to properly enforce east-west traffic between application tiers.

This enhancement is to increase the limit of 512 total VMs allocated to all VSGs at the Tenant level.

This only affects NSC deployments with more than 512 VMs underneath a single tenant.
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