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Cisco Bug: CSCvi72804 - Faults raised due to fabricId not updated for dhcpClient MO's

Last Modified

Dec 11, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC)

Known Affected Releases

3.1(2m) 3.1(2o)

Description (partial)

The following faults are raised in APIC:

# fault.Record
id               : 4294967813
ack              : no
affected         : client-[0x010050566234ec]
cause            : invalid-configuration
changeSet        : clientEvent:requesting, configIssues:Wrong-fabric-id,duplicate-ip,invalid-podid, configNodeRole:unspecified, decomissioned:no, fabricId:1, hwAddr:00:00:00:00:00:00, id:0x010050566234ec, ip:, model:0a:00:28:42, nodeId:0, nodeRole:vleaf, podId:1, relayIp:, spineLevel:0, supported:no
childAction      : 
code             : F2543
created          : 2018-03-28T23:40:48.481+00:00
delegated        : no
delegatedFrom    : 
descr            : Issue  - Wrong Fabric Id in MO.  Configure the Node Identity policy,Dhcp has assigned duplicate ip. Please decommission this client.,Invalid Pod Id. Check Pod Setup policy
dn               : subj-[client-[0x010050566234ec]]/fr-4294967813
domain           : infra
highestSeverity  : major
ind              : modification
lc               : raised
modTs            : never
occur            : 1
origSeverity     : major
prevSeverity     : major
rn               : fr-4294967813
rule             : dhcp-client-invalid-configuration
severity         : major
status           : 
subject          : dhcp
type             : operational

The "fabricId" used during the initial setup of the APIC Cluster was configured with a value other than "1".  The cause of the issue is that the dhcpClient objects that get created are hard coded with a fabricId of 1, so faults are raised since the fabricId's do not match on the system.
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