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Troubleshooting Guide

CloudEngine 16800, 12800, 12800E, 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 Series Switches

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Which Features Are Not Supported in a VS?

Which Features Are Not Supported in a VS?

Support for most service features in a VS is the same as that on a physical device, except for the features listed in Table 22-43.
Table 22-43 Support for features in a VS

Feature

Support in a VS

Hardware management

Hardware operations, such as device restart, card reset, and e-label backup, can be performed only in the Admin-VS and are not supported in non-Admin-VSs. VS information such as CPU and memory usage can be viewed in non-Admin-VSs.

Number of VTY users

The Admin-VS supports a maximum of 21 VTY users.

In V100R003C00 and earlier versions, a non-Admin-VS supports a maximum of 5 VTY users. In versions later than V100R003C00, a non-Admin-VS supports a maximum of 20 VTY users.

Port split

Ports assigned to non-Admin-VSs cannot be split.

CSS

  • CSS can only be configured in the Admin-VS.
  • VSs can be created in a CSS. Configure the CSS before creating VSs. If VSs are created before configuring the CSS, the configuration may be lost.

  • Similar to a single switch, a CSS supports a maximum of 16 VSs.

  • In a CSS, dual-active detection (DAD) can only be configured in the Admin-VS.

MPLS, GRE, L3VPN, VLL, PWE3, VPLS, EVN and multicast

  • Among all VSs in port mode, MPLS, GRE, L3VPN, VLL, PWE3, VPLS, EVN and multicast functions can only be configured in the Admin-VS.

  • MPLS, GRE, L3VPN, VLL, PWE3, VPLS, EVN and multicast functions can be configured in any VS in group mode.

MPLS TE

In V100R003C00 and earlier versions, MPLS TE functions can only be configured in the Admin-VS.

In V100R003C10 and later versions:
  • Among all VSs in port mode, MPLS TE functions can only be configured in the Admin-VS.

  • MPLS TE functions can be configured in any VS in group mode.

TRILL

  • Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links (TRILL) can be configured in the Admin-VS if there is no VS in port mode. No VS in port mode can be configured after TRILL is configured in the Admin-VS.

  • If VSs in port mode are configured, TRILL cannot be configured in any VS in port mode, including the Admin-VS.

  • All VSs in group mode support TRILL configuration.

VXLAN

In V100R003C10 and V100R005C00, VXLAN takes effect only in the Admin-VS.

From V100R005C10:
  • Among all VSs in port mode, VXLAN an only be configured in the Admin-VS.

  • VXLAN can be configured in any VS in group mode.

M-LAG

  • Among all VSs in port mode, M-LAG can only be configured in the Admin-VS.

  • M-LAG can be configured in any VS in group mode.

TCAM ACL customization

  • All VSs in group mode support TCAM ACL customization.
  • In versions earlier than V100R006C00, among VSs in port mode, only the Admin-VS supports TCAM ACL customization. In V100R006C00 and later versions, VSs in port mode and TCAM ACL customization cannot be both configured.

NTP

NTP can only be configured in Admin-VS. After a VS is created, the non-Admin-VS system time is the same as the Admin-VS system time.

OpenFlow

A switch can set up an OpenFlow connection with the controller only in the Admin-VS.

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