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Adding new UCS blades - LAN

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Hello Experts,

We have 4 Cisco UCS B series chassis, each of which contains 2 blades, which have been set up for a year.

We need to add the rest of the blades, but the VLANs are not appearing for the new blades.  All the vlans are configured on the 2 machines already in use.

We used Service Profiles, so I thought that all the settings should have already been there.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Scott.....
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by:Abhilash
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Don't you see the VLAN's when you try to add it to the NIC in the service profile?
Did the chassis discover go well?
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I found the problem with Cisco TAC.  They noticed that the vNICs weren't automatically updating.  So we deleted them from each blade and reconfigured them.  Don't know why they aren't part of the profile.

Thanks anyway,

S.....
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