Cisco Bug: CSCup84830 - NSC should not count VMs towards VSG limit deeper than Tenant level
Jul 29, 2020
- Cisco Virtual Network Management Center
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Symptom: 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. Conditions: This only affects NSC deployments with more than 512 VMs underneath a single tenant.
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