It should be the same configuration on both sides for the port-channel to come up. The reason why you can assign a port-channel to a VSAN is that if you are using an E port then it depends on the matching port-channel VSAN to come up.
TE Port functionality is specific to MDS for enhanced ISL capabilities. E ports can be used for non-cisco switches to make the trunk work seamlessly as an E port.
One: leave the port-channel in the default vsan number 1. If you have devices also in VSAN 1, you may want to the next option.
Two: create a unique VSAN that only contains the port-channels and TE ports. This VSAN should have no end devices in it.
There really is no technical difference. Some folks like the management aspect of keeping the port-channels and TE ports in separate VSANs so that you can view all the ISL ports by looking at a specific VSAN.
The unmanaged mode is also known as Network only switching, which is introduced in Brazos release. It adds the flexibility for customer to use only network automation for service appliance.
If a device is configured a...
Usually, we can access ESXi Shell by pressing Alt+F1 from ESXi DCUI (Direct Console User Interface).
But on HyperFlex system, it just shows black window.
This is expected behavior because HyperFlex redirects ESXi Shell output to SoL...
Configuring an Export Policy Using the GUI
This procedure explains how to configure an Export policy using the APIC GUI. Follow these steps to trigger a backup of your data:
On the menu bar, choose Admi...