Verifying IP-Based EPG Configurations Using the GUI
This procedure explains how to verify that you have correctly configured an IP-based EPG using the GUI and Visore tool.
Verify that the IP-based EPG you created is listed under the uSeg EPGs folder in the GUI (shown in the following screen capture).
Verify that the information is correct in the EPG - IP properties screen (right side window pane) for each EPG IP (IP-based EPG).
From your web browser, enter the APIC IP address followed by "/visore.html." Visore is a tool that allows you to view all the objects in the system, such as EPGs. You can use Visore to verify that your IP-based EPGs have been properly configured. For more information about Visore, see the Application Policy Infrastructure Controller Visore Tool Introduction document.
Enter your username and password then click Login to log into Visore.
Run a query for the IP-based EPGs that you verified in the GUI by entering the name of the class in the field next to Class or DN (for example, "fvAEPg").
This is a view from the switch point of view. On the switch, you can run a query for the fvEpP class to see the EPGs and check for the "crtrnEnabled" attribute. It will be set to "yes" for IP-based EPGs.
Verify that the pcTags for all the endpoints and IP addresses that you configured match. Every EPG has a pcTag. All the endpoints that match with the IP addresses you configured are classified into this pcTag. Every endpoint has an IP address that you can run a class query on. When you are troubleshooting, you want to verify whether these endpoints (servers) are properly getting classified into this IP-based EPG or not. (The pcTags should match for the IP-based EPG.)