Cisco Bug: CSCvs84984 - F3243 is raised when adding a new enhanced lag policy in already associated VMM to EPG
Sep 03, 2020
- Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC)
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Symptom: Fault F3243 will be raised when changing the VMM configuration if the VMM domain has already been associated to the EPG, even though the change is not related to the current configuration. Example: vmm1 with enhanced lag policy lag1 has already been associated to epg1. Fault F3243 is raised when the enhance lag policy lag2 is configured in vmm1. Conditions: This symptom maybe observed when changing the VMM domain configuration or changing the AEP configuration that is related to the VMM domain.
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