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Cisco Bug: CSCvv21523 - Blade Vnic's MAC address broadcast when adding VLAN

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Aug 28, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Computing System

Known Affected Releases

4.0(4e)A 4.0(4g)A 4.0(4h)A

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Blade Vnic's MAC address broadcast when adding VLAN

Server: 1/1
    Fabric ID: A
        Path ID: 1
        VIF        vNIC            Link State  Oper State Prot State    Prot Role   Admin Pin  Oper Pin   Transport
        ---------- --------------- ----------- ---------- ------------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------
               825 ETH0            Up          Active     Active        Primary     0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether
               827 ETH1            Up          Active     Active        Primary     0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether
               830 ETH2            Up          Active     Passive       Backup      0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
               831 ETH3            Up          Active     No Protection Unprotected 0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether
    Fabric ID: B
        Path ID: 1
        VIF        vNIC            Link State  Oper State Prot State    Prot Role   Admin Pin  Oper Pin   Transport
        ---------- --------------- ----------- ---------- ------------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------
               826 ETH0            Up          Active     Passive       Backup      0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether
               828 ETH1            Up          Active     Passive       Backup      0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether
               829 ETH2            Up          Active     Active        Primary     0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
               832 ETH4            Up          Active     No Protection Unprotected 0/0/0      0/0/1      Ether

ETH2 already have 10 Vlans (Vlan190-Vlan200).
When adding 10 Vlans (Vlan201-Vlan210) to Vnic ETH2,
Uplink switch N9K's mac-adress-table is increased 20 the same mac address. (Vlan190-Vlan210)

Conditions:
FI-6454
B200-M5
UCSB-MLOM-40G-03
UCSM  4.0(4)
Uplink to N9K or N6K
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