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Cisco Bug: CSCus24588 - multiple vethernet ports for same VM nic

Last Modified

Feb 01, 2017

Products (2)

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

Known Affected Releases

4.2(1)SV2(2.1)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
betstpcivsms1# sh int status | in SCMSSQ0Q
Veth216        SCMSSQ0Q, Network  up       82        auto    auto    --
Veth585        SCMSSQ0Q, Network  up       82        auto    auto    —


betstpcivsms1# sh int veth216
Vethernet216 is up            <<===============no more connected to the VM but shows up/up
  Port description is SCMSSQ0Q, Network Adapter 1
  Hardware: Virtual, address: 0050.56a6.2c5c (bia 0050.56a6.2c5c)
  Owner is VM "SCMSSQ0Q", adapter is Network Adapter 1
  Active on module 33
  VMware DVS port 1617
  Port-Profile is vmdata-sql-82
  Port mode is access

betstpcivsms1# sh int veth585
Vethernet585 is up
  Port description is SCMSSQ0Q, Network Adapter 1
  Hardware: Virtual, address: 0050.56b5.7590 (bia 0050.56b5.7590)
  Owner is VM "SCMSSQ0Q", adapter is Network Adapter 1
  Active on module 32
  VMware DVS port 1770
  Port-Profile is vmdata-sql-82
  Port mode is access

Conditions:
Output from VEM33
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~ # vemcmd show port
  LTL   VSM Port  Admin Link  State  PC-LTL  SGID  Vem Port  Type
 
   62    Veth216     UP   UP    FWD       0     4  SCMSSQ0Q.eth0  <<======== bogus
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