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Cisco Bug: CSCut06773 - Subinterface&Pw of a regular bridge are incorrectly contained in EVC

Last Modified

Mar 27, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Prime Network

Known Affected Releases

4.2(1) 4.2(1)DP0.0.552 4.2(1)DP0.0.561 4.2(2) 4.2(3) 4.3 4.3(1)

Description (partial)

The components (Sub interface or EFP) connected to a regular bridge with an association such as pseudowire or  vfi are shown in EVC discovery as separate entities and does not represent the actual connection of the components ie EFP/Subinterface ->Regular bridge ->Association (vfi/pseudowire)
 This is because Regular bridges with associations are not displayed in bridge domain discovery  (Feature implementation ).Hence, the components such as EFP /L3-Sub-interface will be contained in the EVC discovery along with the association such as vfi or pseudo wire without the regular  bridge connecting them  and hence is misleading as it will display only the name of the regular bridge which actually joins both the component and the association

From Add to Map->EVC discovery an EVC of the association ie vfi or pseudowire of the regular bridge and the components such as EFP or L3-subinterface is formed without actually representing the exact network scenario as regular bridges will not be discovered as part of Bridge domain discovery
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