VXLAN and BGP EVPN Configuration Guide for Dell EMC SmartFabric OS10 Release 10.5.2

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View VXLAN configuration

Use show commands to verify the VXLAN configuration and monitor VXLAN operation.

View the VXLAN virtual network

OS10# show virtual-network 
Codes: DP - MAC-learn Dataplane, CP - MAC-learn Controlplane, UUD - Unknown-Unicast-Drop
Un-tagged VLAN: 888
Virtual Network: 60000
   VLTi-VLAN: 2500
   Members:
      VLAN 1000: port-channel1, ethernet1/1/9, ethernet1/1/10
      VLAN 2500: port-channel1000
   VxLAN Virtual Network Identifier: 16775000
      Source Interface: loopback100(222.222.222.222)
      Remote-VTEPs (flood-list): 55.55.55.55(DP),77.1.1.1(DP)

View the VXLAN virtual-network port

OS10# show virtual-network interface ethernet 1/1/1
Interface          Vlan      Virtual-network
ethernet1/1/1      100         1000
ethernet1/1/1      200         2000
ethernet1/1/1      300         3000

View the VXLAN virtual-network VLAN

OS10# show virtual-network vlan 100
Vlan  Virtual-network   Interface                   
100    1000             ethernet1/1/1,ethernet1/1/2
100    5000             ethernet1/1/2

View the VXLAN virtual-network VLANs

OS10# show vlan
Codes: * - Default VLAN, M - Management VLAN, R - Remote Port Mirroring VLANs, 
@ – Attached to Virtual Network
Q: A - Access (Untagged), T - Tagged

 NUM   Status Description Q Ports                
* 1      up               A Eth1/1/1-1/1/48     
@ 100    up               T Eth1/1/2,Eth1/1/3  
                          A Eth1/1/1            
@ 101    up               T port-channel5         
  200    up               T Eth1/1/11-1/1/15
View the VXLAN virtual-network statistics
OS10# show virtual-network counters
Virtual-Network      Input (Packets/Bytes)       Output (Packets/Bytes)
1000                 857/8570                    257/23709
2000                 457/3570                    277/13709
OS10# show virtual-network counters interface 1/1/3 vlan 100
Virtual-Network      Input (Packets/Bytes)       Output (Packets/Bytes)
1000                 857/8570                    257/23709
2000                 457/3570                    277/13709
NOTE: Using flex counters, OS10 may display additional packets in the Output field number, but the additional packets do not transmit. For an accurate count, use the Output Bytes number.

View the VXLAN remote VTEPs

OS10# show nve remote-vtep summary
Remote-VTEP      State
----------------------
2.2.2.2          up 
OS10# show nve remote-vtep
Codes: DP - MAC-learn Dataplane, CP - MAC-learn Controlplane, UUD - Unknown-Unicast-Drop
IP Address: 2.2.2.2,  State: up, Encap: VxLAN
   VNI list: 10000(DP), 200(DP), 300(DP)
View the VXLAN statistics on the remote VTEPs
OS10# show nve remote-vtep counters
Remote-VTEP         Input (Packets/Bytes)       Output (Packets/Bytes)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
10.10.10.10         857/8570                    257/23709
20.20.20.20         457/3570                    277/13709

View the VXLAN virtual network by VNID

OS10# show nve vxlan-vni
VNI     Virtual-Network    Source-IP      Remote-VTEPs
------------------------------------------------------
101     101                44.44.44.44    11.11.11.11,22.22.22.22,33.33.33.33
102     102                44.44.44.44    11.11.11.11,22.22.22.22,33.33.33.33
103     103                44.44.44.44    11.11.11.11,22.22.22.22,33.33.33.33
104     104                44.44.44.44    11.11.11.11,22.22.22.22,33.33.33.33

View VXLAN routing between virtual networks

The show ip arp vrf and show ipv6 neighbors vrf command output displays information about IPv4 and IPv6 neighbors learned in a non-default VRF on the switch. The show ip route vrf command displays the IPv4 and IPv6 routes learned.

OS10# show ip arp vrf tenant1
Address    Hardware address   Interface         Egress Interface
----------------------------------------------------------------
111.0.0.2  00:c5:15:02:12:f1  virtual-network20 ethernet1/1/5
111.0.0.3  00:c5:15:02:12:a2  virtual-network20 port-channel5
111.0.0.4  00:12:98:1f:34:11  virtual-network20 VXLAN(20.0.0.1)
121.0.0.3  00:12:28:1f:34:15  virtual-network20 port-channel5
121.0.0.4  00:f2:34:ac:34:09  virtual-network20 VXLAN(20.0.0.1)

OS10# show ipv6 neighbors vrf tenant1
IPv6 Address    Hardware Address   State  Interface         Egress Interface
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
200::2          00:12:28:1f:34:15  STALE  virtual-network40 port-channel5
200::f          00:f2:34:ac:34:09  REACH  virtual-network40 VXLAN(20.0.0.1)
OS10# show ip route vrf vrf_1 
Codes: C - connected
       S - static
       B - BGP, IN - internal BGP, EX - external BGP
       O - OSPF, IA - OSPF inter area, N1 - OSPF NSSA external type 1,
       N2 - OSPF NSSA external type 2, E1 - OSPF external type 1,
       E2 - OSPF external type 2, * - candidate default,
       + - summary route, > - non-active route
Gateway of last resort is not set
  Destination       Gateway         Dist/Metric               Last Change     
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
  C  100.1.0.0/16   via 100.1.1.4   virtual-network60000  0/0  00:36:24
  C  100.33.0.0/16  via 100.33.1.4  virtual-network60032  0/0  00:36:23
  C  100.65.0.0/16  via 100.65.1.4  virtual-network60064  0/0  00:36:22
  C  100.97.0.0/16  via 100.97.1.4  virtual-network60096  0/0  00:36:21
 
OS10# show ipv6 route vrf vrf_1
Codes: C - connected
       S - static
       B - BGP, IN - internal BGP, EX - external BGP
       O - OSPF, IA - OSPF inter area, N1 - OSPF NSSA external type 1,
       N2 - OSPF NSSA external type 2, E1 - OSPF external type 1,
       E2 - OSPF external type 2, * - candidate default,
       + - summary route, > - non-active route
Gateway of last resort is not set
   Destination         Gateway               Dist/Metric              Last Change     
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 C 1000:100:10:1::/64  via 1000:100:10:1::4  virtual-network60000 0/0 00:37:08
 C 1000:100:10:21::/64 via 1000:100:10:21::4 virtual-network60032 0/0 00:37:07
 C 1000:100:10:41::/64 via 1000:100:10:41::4 virtual-network60064 0/0 00:37:06
 C 1000:100:10:61::/64 via 1000:100:10:61::4 virtual-network60096 0/0 00:37:05

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