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Access & Fabric Policies

Access & Fabric Policies

Posted on Jan 24, 2020 (0)

Access & Fabric Policies

ACI does not allow to put VLAN on any interface , and in multi-tenant environment a VLAN range is allocated to tenant. 

Fabric and Access policies must be configured before tenants configuration 

Fabric Policies:

Following are the Fabric Policies that are mostly configured : 

Profiles:

  • Switch: specify which switches to configure with call home or power supply redundancy feature
  • Module: specify which spine switch modules to configure and associated monitoring policy
  • Interface: specify which fabric interfaces to configure and associated monitoring policy

Global policies: specify DNS, fabric MTU default, multicast tree, and global LLDP settings
Pod profiles: specify date and time, SNMP, managements access protocols, COOP nodes and type, IS-IS, and BGP route reflector policies
Monitoring and troubleshooting policies: specify what to monitor and how to handle faults and logs.

Following flow is used to configure Fabric policies:

Access Policies:

Following are the Access Policies that are mostly configured :

Differentiation between access and fabric policies:

  • Pools (VLAN, VXLAN, and multicast)
  • Types of global policies
  • Physical and external Layer 2/Layer 3 domains

Global policies: include DHCP, QoS, and AAEPs
Physical and external Layer 2/Layer 3 domains contain the port and VLAN IDs

Following are the flow used to create Access policies: 

VLANs configuration of Port :


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