The following figure
shows how the
components are connected:
Figure 1. Deployment
If you experience issues with network connectivity, check network access
by using the
ping commands. You can use the ShellAdmin console to
ping a remote host by hostname or IP address.
Cisco ICFPP Error
Codes and Faults
has two classes of error codes:
codes—In most cases the errors are attributed to the request that the client
made, such as a bad resource or method call, or permission issues. These errors
are accompanied by a 400-series HTTP response code.
codes—Usually these errors are caused by a
or adapter-side issue. These errors are accompanied by a either a 400-series or
500-series HTTP response code.
The service provider
administrator can also monitor faults see on the
system or error messages from the adapters in the GUI. The GUI shows the error
code and the error message as seen by the adapter.
Error Codes for
Transactions with the Service Provider REST APIs
The following table
lists error codes for transactions with the service provider REST APIs.
Logging in with the account that is specified in the
request has failed.
The user is not authorized to be on this system.
The specified cloud instance already exists.
could not delete the cloud Instance. One or more tenants are associated with
the cloud instance.
The requested cloud instance does not exist.
not provisioned the cloud with the correct parameters. Revisit the request and
the cloud Instance did not have the required parameters or was passed in error.
The specified module is not supported.
A valid license has not been installed.
The specified server does not exist.
The specified tenant already exists.
Either the tenant is in the process of being deleted or the
tenant has been deleted.
The tenant does not exist in
You have not provisioned the tenant with the correct
parameters. Revisit the request and retry.
cannot update tenant credentials due to an error in input parameters
The tenant could not be validated due to one or more of the
@ is not allowed in the tenant name.
The cloud instance does not exist.
The org name is missing from the request.
The API key or secret key is missing from the request.
for Transactions with the
Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director
table lists error codes for transactions with the
Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director.
Connection is not available with the cloud adapter.
A database error occurred.
The image is not present on
input provided in the request.
The VPC query failed because the VPC does not exist.
was a template error while doing a template operation.