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Can a single Ethernet Network be part of 2 Different Uplinksets ?

 
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Can a single Ethernet Network be part of 2 Different Uplinksets ?

Dear Community  , 

Can a same Ethernet VLAN defined as a Network in Oneview be part of 2 Different uplink sets and used in a server profile via 2 Different connections as below ?


eg:- we have a VLAN XXX defined as a network . It is associated with 2 different uplinksets as below

Network VLANXXX - linked to Uplinkset A
Network Set( with VLANXXX as one member of the network set ) linked to Uplinkset B

A Server profile template has Connections as below

Connection 1 : VLANXXX
Connection 2 : VLANXXX

Connection 3: Network Set
Connection 4 : Network Set

Connection 3 & 4 in LAG config

Is the above config supported ? If yes , will it ensure that the traffic on Connection 1/2 & 3/4 will use the different uplinksets and not use the same uplinksets ?

 

Appreciate your quick response in this regard  

 

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ChrisLynch
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Re: Can a single Ethernet Network be part of 2 Different Uplinksets ?

The constraint here is not just the uplink set, but how you have VLANXXX a member of a network set that it and the network will be assigned to a server profile.  Now, if the server hardware has different physical NICs (different mezzanine slots), you could do this.  But you cannot with a single adapter, regardless of how many physical functions (FlexNICs) are available within that adapter.


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