OK, how about this then? Can someone tell me what a system VLAN is, when talking about
assigning one to uplink port profiles? Cisco manual states:
For this reason, the following ports must use system VLANs: •Control and packet VLANs in the uplinks that communicate with the VSM. •Management VLAN in the uplinks and VMware kernel NICs used for VMware vCenter server connectivity or SSH or Telnet connections. •Storage VLAN used by the VSM for VM file system access in the uplinks and VMware kernel NICs used for iSCSI or network file systems.
A System VLAN with the Nexus1000v is a VLAN which is always up and forwarding on the VEM. This is even true when the VEM is not connected to the VSM in conditions like the VSM is down the VEM has been reloaded (like a system reboot etc).
Essentially you mark all the critical VLANs (Control, Packet, Management interface, vmk etc) as System VLAN.
To mark a VLAN as system VLAN, you can use the commnad: 'system vlan' under both the ethernet as well as the vethernet port-profiles.
For e.g. if you have a vmk VLAN you would like to mark as system vlan, you need to specify it as a system vlan in the veth profile you create and also the uplink ethernet port-profile which is going to carry that vlan.
As for the other part of your question, can you post the output as well as the commands you are using and also the show module output.
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