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UCS Central Registration error due to IPV6

I've installed and configured UCS Central and registered a copy of the UCS emulator with it successfully.

When I attempt to register the production UCS systems, I get the following error

Current UCS image version does not support registration to UCS central using IPV6

 

I cannot find the setting I need to modify.

The UCS managers are running 2.1(1a) and UCS Central is 1.1 (2a)

 

Thanks

 

Gaz

 

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New Member

Hi Gaz,You will need UCSM 2.2

Hi Gaz,

You will need UCSM 2.2(1) for IPv6.

https://communities.cisco.com/community/technology/datacenter/ucs_management/blog/2013/12/18/ucs-manager-221-el-capitan-released

 

If you're running UCS Central, you might want to pick up the latest/updated Best Practice Guide as well

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-35264

 

Hope this helps,

   -Jeff

 

New Member

My bad.IPv6 is not supported

My bad.

IPv6 is not supported in UCS Central until the upcoming maintenance release for UCSM, "scheduled" for end of May.

Sorry for the confusion.

-Jeff

New Member

We're not running IPV6 nor

We're not running IPV6 nor want to.

I am looking to disable whatever setting I need to so I can register the UCS Managers with UCS Central using IPv4

 

New Member

One problem for starters is

One problem for starters is that UCS Central 1.1(2a) requires a minimum of UCS Manager version 2.1(2a) as a minimum.     That may be the main problem --- despite the misleading error message.   Please let me know if the problem goes away after upgrading, and I'll open a bug to get the message fixed.

Please be sure to check out the release notes: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/release/notes/RN-CiscoUCSCentral_1-1.html

and the Best Practice Guide

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-35264

Hope this helps,

   -Jeff

 

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