Cisco Bug: CSCvv50305 - L3out's Interface Profiles: SVI/Routed sub-interfaces/Routed Interfaces Ip address assignment
Aug 26, 2020
- Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC)
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Symptom: 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. Conditions: The same vlan is configured on different paths as an SVI.
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