I have been working on some scripts to configure a number of vlans on a UCS environment. In the end I had configured the same vlan (hr) on
the A fabric fabric/lan/A/hr
the B fabric fabric/lan/B/hr
on both fabric fabric/lan/hr
So I have three objects where the first two imply the same as the last one. I would think it more logical that if you configure a vlan on both fabrics it would create two objects one as fabric/lan/A/hr and one as fabric/lan/B/hr in stead of creating a single object fabric/lan/hr. Not sure what the consequences are as I haven't configured it live but it looks weird.
Topology & Design:
Two ACI fabrics
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