Cisco Bug: CSCvv25620 - F1190 and F0532 are generated for routed ports when ?End Point Listen Policy? was enabled
Oct 08, 2020
- Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC)
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when user enables "global EP Listen Policy" on APIC, it is possible that two types of faults can be raised: F1190: if the policy is enforced on a Layer3 port on switch; F0532: if the policy is enforced on a port which is operationally down this fix will ensure that the policy will not be enforced on the following 2 types of ports: 1. layer3 port 2. ports that are operationally down Symptom: When "global EP Listen Policy" is enabled on Cisco APIC, the following faults might be raised: F1190: if the policy is enforced on a Layer3 port on switch F0532: if the policy is enforced on a port which is operationally down The fix for this bug will ensure that the policy will not be enforced on the following types of ports: 1. Layer 3 ports. 2. Ports that are operationally down. Conditions: This issue occurs when the following conditions are met: 1. The global endpoint listen policy is enabled. 2. A switch contains either Layer 3 ports or ports that are operationally down.
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