Yes the same vlan can be shared in more than one context but with exception of bridge mode.
One arm mode means that you will have client and servers in same vlan. You would need to source natting to ensure that return packet comes to the ACE.
Two arm mode means client and servers are in different vlans. ACE will route the packet from one vlan to another. In a context you can have different vlans and i don't think there should be a problem. There is no command or setting where you define ACE mode. It is called one arm mode and routed mode based on the way it is deployed.
In one ARM ace is not inline with the traffic where as in routed mode it is.
Topology & Design:
Two ACI fabrics
Stretching VLANs using OTV
Both fabrics are advertising BD subnets into same routing domain
Some BDs(or say VLANs) are stretched, but some are not.
Endpoints can move betwee...
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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