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Cisco Bug: CSCvt02685 - ACI F0467 Faults: Invalid Path and VLAN for a lsnode with Physical & VMM vPCs to leafs

Last Modified

Apr 16, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC)

Known Affected Releases

3.2(5d) 4.2(2f)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
You see F0467 faults when you when a loose node has multiple vPCs (Physical & VMM) to a pair of leafs.
The F0467 Faults may be logged as follows:

Configuration failed for node <node-id> sys/lsnode-<lsnode-IP> due to Invalid Path Configuration,Invalid VLAN Configuration, debug message: invalid-path: vlan-XXX :There is no domain, associated with both EPG and Port, that has required VLAN: invalid-vlan: vlan-XXX :STP Segment Id not present for Encap. Either the EpG is not associated with a domain or the domain does not have this vlan assigned to it

Fault delegate: Configuration failed for node <node-id> sys/lsnode-<lsnode-IP> due to Invalid Path Configuration, Invalid VLAN Configuration, debug message: invalid-path: vlan-XXX :There is no domain, associated with both EPG and Port, that has required VLAN: invalid-vlan: vlan-XXX :STP Segment Id not present for Encap. Either the EpG is not associated with a domain or the domain does not have this vlan assigned to it

Conditions:
You have vPcs from the leaf switches to the same external device (looseNode) but each vPC is tied to it's own AEP/domains with separate VLAN pools.  One of the domain is Physical and the other domain is VMM
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