Navigate to Leaf Access Port under Policy Groups

Click on the Leaf Access Port to view the existing Leaf Access port Policy groups. Then, right click to create a new Leaf Access Port Policy

Create a Link Level Policy first

The interface policy group is a named policy that specifies the group of interface policies you will apply to the selected interfaces of the switch. Examples of interface policies include Link Level Policy (for example, 1gbit port speed), Storm Control Interface Policy, and so forth.

 

In this particular case, we will first create a link level policy.

Create a Link Level Policy first

The interface policy group is a named policy that specifies the group of interface policies you will apply to the selected interfaces of the switch. Examples of interface policies include Link Level Policy (for example, 1gbit port speed), Storm Control Interface Policy, and so forth.

 

In this particular case, we will first create a link level policy.

Create a new LLDP Interface Policy

Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) discovery is used to learn about the neighboring connections dynamically. Lets us now create a new LLDP Interface policy.

Specify the LLDP policy details

Save the LLDP Interface Policy to be included in the Leaf Access Port Policy

Select the appropriate AEP

Select the Attachable Access Entity Profile (AEP) that we had previously created.

Finalize the Leaf Access Port Policy

The new Leaf Access Port Policy Group is now defined.