ACI: Configuring Out-of-Band (OOB) access for your Fabric

Configuring Out-of-Band connectivity to your ACI Fabric devices is a critical component to successfully maintaining and operating your datacenter. When it comes to configuring OOB connectivity to your devices (Leafs, Spines, and APIC Controllers), you’ll have need to do two things to get things going: All devices will need static OOB addresses (APIC Controllers, Leafs, … More ACI: Configuring Out-of-Band (OOB) access for your Fabric

Changing the default port for HTTP(s) access to the APIC GUI

  Prerequisites Make sure and have the appropriate Contracts configured for OOB to permit the access to the desired port. If you do not have this in place, the traffic destined to the new port will be killed by the contracts. While not a prerequisite, Since HTTPs access via the GUI is generally the “front … More Changing the default port for HTTP(s) access to the APIC GUI

ACI: vPC in ACI

Prerequisites While there are no prerequisites, if you need a refresher on Fabric Access Policy Configurations inside of ACI (i.e., AAEP, Switch Profiles, Interface Profiles, Vlan Pools, Policy Groups), check out this post, Configuring Fabric Access Policies. vPC Overview A virtual port channel (vPC) allows links that are physically connected to two different ACI Leaf … More ACI: vPC in ACI