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NEXUS 7010

Hi Folks!

I´m working on Nexus 7000 and I need to move two interfaces to another vdc,  when I applied the configuration I get a message error, with this information. " Invalid command (too many ranges) at '^' marker. " I checked the commands and seem to be fine,  I did the same  before with another interfaces and I had not any problem:

TM11-NX7010-EX(config)# vdc TM11-NX7010-DC
TM11-NX7010-EX(config-vdc)# allocate interface Ethernet8/17-18
                                                 ^
Invalid command (too many ranges) at '^' marker.
TM11-NX7010--EX(config-vdc)# 
TM11-NX7010--EX(config-vdc)# 
TM11-NX7010--EX(config-vdc)# allocate interface Ethernet8/17
                                                 ^
Invalid command (too many rang

 

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Cisco Employee

Are you in the ADMIN VDC to

Are you in the ADMIN VDC to define the interfaces? I think you are in the child VDC and trying to allocate the interface.

Community Member

Did you ever find a

Did you ever find a resolution for this issue? I'm having the same problem running 5.0(2a) (I know it's old..)

Cisco Employee

Brian,

Brian,

to allocate interfaces 2 conditions:-

1- You should be in default/Admin vdc.

2- Check what is the limit-resource of module parameters assigned for the respective vdc.

cmd:-

show vdc --> respective vdc which you are trying to configure.

DC1-N7K-1# show run | in limit
limit-resource module-type m1 m1xl m2xl f2e  >> make sure you have the module listed from which you are trying to assign the interfaces to the vdc.

HTH

Regards

Inayath

Community Member

I realized that I had active

I realized that I had active ports in the port group I was trying to re-assign. I forgot that the ports in port groups aren't contiguous on M1 cards. Nx-os was saving me from myself.

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