Cisco Nexus 1000V Troubleshooting Guide, Release 4.0(4)SV1(3a)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

Access Control Lists. See ACLs.

ACLs

commands for troubleshooting 10-2

configuration limits 10-1

debugging policy verification 10-3

description 10-1

displaying ACL policies on the VEM 10-2

restrictions 10-2

B

bundle, software

ID match 4-3, 4-4

C

Cisco Nexus 1000V

system overview 18-1

Cisco Nexus 1000V switch

copying files to or from 19-3

CLI

ping command 2-1

traceroute command 2-2

connectivity

vCenter Server 3-5

verifying 1-3

verifying between VSM and vCenter Server 3-5

verifying between VSM and VEM 6-11

VSM and vCenter Server problem symptoms and solutions 18-5

core dumps 19-2

CPU status

monitoring 2-2

customer support

collecting information 19-1

contacting Cisco or VMware 1-7

D

documentation

additional publications i-xv, i-xvi

conventions i-xiv

domain parameters 3-4

DVS

find extension key 3-8

recovering 18-2

E

error messages

vSphere Client 18-12

extension key

finding for specific DVS 3-8

unregistering in vCenter Server 3-12

H

HA

commands to troubleshoot 17-6

description 17-1

network level support 17-2

problem symptoms and solutions 17-3

system level support 17-2

High Availability. See HA

hosts

problem symptoms and solutions 18-9, 18-10

I

IGMP snooping

commands for troubleshooting 15-2

description 15-1

problem symptoms and solutions 15-4

troubleshooting guidelines 15-2

installation

recreating the installation flowchart 3-3, 3-10

Internet Group Management Protocol snooping. See IGMP snooping

J

jumbo frames and MTU 18-6

K

key, extension 3-8

L

Layer 2 switching

inter-VEM ping 9-5

intra-VEMping 9-4

overview 9-1

problem symptoms and solutions 9-7

traffic interruptions 9-6

license

Cisco Nexus N1000V license package 5-1

contents of Cisco Nexus N1000V license file 5-3

installation issues 5-3

post-installation issues 5-4

removal 5-5

troubleshooting checklist 5-3

usage 5-3

VMware Enterprise Plus 3-1

licensed module 5-1

Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) 17-2

logging levels 2-5

logs 1-6

M

MAC address tables

verifying 9-7

module

licensed 5-1

not coming up on the VSM 6-1

unlicensed 5-1

verifying module state 7-2

virtual Ethernet module (VEM) 6-1

virtual supervisor module (VSM) 6-1

MTU settings, with jumbo frames 18-6

multicast

description 15-1

N

NetFlow

commands for troubleshooting 12-2

configuration problems 12-3

description 12-1

network adapter 3-5

Nexus 1000V switch

plug-in 3-7

P

port channels

asymmetric 8-3

cannot create port channel 8-4

commands to troubleshoot 8-2

description 8-1

forcing port channel characteristics onto an interface 8-4

initial checklist 8-2

interface does not come online 8-4

troubleshooting checklist 8-2

verifying a port channel configuration 8-6

port groups

assigning to VSM VM 3-4

virtual interfaces 3-4

port profiles

commands to troubleshoot 7-14

creating corresponding port groups on vCenter Server 18-9

debug logs 7-14

description 7-13

problem symptoms and solutions 7-19

system port profiles 7-18

transferring from the VSM to vCenter Server 7-19

ports

error disabled 7-7

flapping 7-6

interface configuration 7-2

interface description 7-1

link flapping 7-6

overview 7-1

ping from a VM with port security enabled 7-9

port counters 7-4

port enabled and port security is ErrDisabled 7-11

port interface cannot be enabled 7-5

port security address count exceed violation 7-11

port security MAC move violation 7-12

port security problems 7-8

port security restrictions and limitations 7-12

port state is ErrDisabled 7-7

port state is link failure or not connected 7-6

port types 9-4

troubleshooting checklist 7-2

troubleshooting with CLI 7-3

verifying 1-3

viewing port state 7-3

private VLANs

commands to troubleshoot 14-2

description 14-1

troubleshooting guidelines 14-2

Q

QoS

commands to troubleshoot 11-2

configuration limits 11-1

debugging policy verification errors 11-3

description 11-1

troubleshooting QoS policies on the VEM 11-2

Quality of Service. See QoS

R

RADIUS

accounting logs 2-5

related documents i-xv, i-xvi

S

software

core dumps 19-2

software bundle ID, match 4-3, 4-4

SPAN

commands to troubleshoot 16-3

configuration guidelines 16-3

description 16-1

destinations 16-2

ERSPAN destinations 16-2

problem symptoms and solutions 16-4

session requirements 16-3

sessions 16-2

sources 16-1

Switched Port Analyzer. See SPAN

synchronization problems 7-4

syslog

See system messages

system messages

explanation and recommended action 1-5

logging levels 2-5

overview 1-4, 2-5

syslog server 1-5

using CLI 1-5

system port profiles

description 7-18

system processes

monitoring 2-2

T

troubleshooting process

best practices 1-1

common CLI commands 1-3

general process steps 1-2

guidelines 1-2

overview 1-1

trunking

initial checklist 8-2

overview 8-2

U

unlicensed module 5-1

unregistering an extension key 3-12

V

vCenter Server

refreshing connection 3-3

removing the VSM 3-11

restrictions 18-2

unregistering the VSM 3-12

verifying connection to VSM 6-6

verifying correct configuration 6-10

VEM

commands for vemlog 18-11

commands to troubleshoot 18-10

domain parameters 3-4

physical ports 9-2

unlicensed 5-2

verifying correct configuration 6-13

view of ports 9-2

virtual ports 9-2

verifying

MAC address tables 9-7

Virtual Ethernet Module. See VEM.

virtual Ethernet port (veth) 9-2

virtual NIC 9-2

Virtual Supervisor Module. See VSM.

VLAN

cannot create 13-3

traffic does not traverse trunk 8-6

troubleshooting checklist 13-2

VLANs

description 13-1

VM

improving performance 3-4

traffic problems 18-10

vmnic

number allocation 9-3

VSM

commands to troubleshoot 6-16

creating 18-9

domain parameters 3-4

identifying extension key 3-12

removing hosts from 3-11

verifying correct configuration 6-7

view of ports 9-3

vSphere Client

error messages 18-12