These release notes
provide an overview of Cisco Virtual Topology System (VTS) 2.1 and describes
how to access bugs for this release.
Cisco VTS 2.1 supports
the following new features:
Setup wizard guides you through a series of steps that help you set up the
system and get started. After you log in to Cisco VTS for the first time, and
change the default password, you can choose between the following options to
set up the system:
Guide me to
setup—Select this option to start the Setup wizard that guides you through the
initial configuration tasks to get your system ready for use.
I will set
up myself—If you do not need the guided set up wizard, you can choose this
option. This option takes you to the Quick Guide, which displays the tasks that
need to be completed. See the Getting Started chapter of the Cisco Virtual
Topology System 2.1 User Guide for more details.
Extenders(FEX) Support — FEX support is available for Cisco Nexus 2000 series
of Fabric Extenders (C2248TP-E9500, C2232PP).
Enhancements — Cisco VTS now supports VMware vCentre 5.5 Update 2 and 6.0
Update 1 Server Appliance.
Pool-Group-based VLAN Pool — Cisco VTS supports group-based VLAN pools. Instead
of specifying a per-device VLAN pool it is now possible to create a Group-based
connectivity — In VTS 2.1 IOS XRv is connected to both the management and
SSH to IOS XRv
— VTS 2.1 uses SSH to connect to IOS XRv.
— In VTS 2.1, VTF installations on compute hosts are automated. VTF is no
longer provided as a separate qcow2/ova image but instead is packaged with the
VTC VM. VTF is installed using the GUI. See the Installing the Virtual Topology
Forwarder section in the Cisco Virtual Topology System 2.1 Installation Guide
for details. Logs for the automated VTF are found under
Static VLAN for
Port- Attach — In VTS 2.1, you can specify the VLAN ID to be used for
Topology Discovery enhancements—In VTS 2.1, you can import the
device inventory directly after discovery is completed. There is no option to
export the discovered devices to a CSV and then import back to VTS. See the
Managing Inventory chapter of the Cisco Virtual Topology System 2.1 User Guide
for more details.
Known and Resolved
You can get details
related to the known issues in Cisco VTS 2.1, using the Cisco Bug Search tool.
the Cisco Bug Search Tool for information about how to search for bugs.
Using the Cisco Bug
Use the Bug Search
tool to search for a specific bug or to search for all bugs in a release.
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