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Cisco Bug: CSCvv50305 - L3out's Interface Profiles: SVI/Routed sub-interfaces/Routed Interfaces Ip address assignment

Last Modified

Aug 26, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC)

Known Affected Releases

4.1(2m) 4.2(3l)

Description (partial)

Under Logical Interface Profiles, the SVI /Routed Interfaces/Routed Sub-Intefaces Ip Addresses should be defined once as parent object then user can attach the interfaces or VPCs to the SVI/Routed Interfaces/Routed Sub-Intefaces as children. As per the customer, the repeating of adding the SVI IP's ( in the case of using the same vlan on 4 different paths across 2 differnt leafs as shown in attached screenshot) seems to go against the configuration an object once and reuse philosophy of ACI.

The same vlan is configured on different paths as an SVI.
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