The level 2 AS cannot connect with the level 1 AS in a SVF setup

Created Apr 24, 2017 08:51:05Latest reply Apr 24, 2017 09:21:35 777 1 0 0

When establishing a SVF network, the level 1 AS(S5700 ) successfully connects with the parent(S12700) but the level 2 AS (S5700) cannot connect with the level 1 AS


The following logs are received: 

Jul 28 2016 09:12:54+02:00 DST S12700 MBR/5/CONNECTERROR:OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.327.31.3.2.1 Connection error on the fabric-port in unified management. (Reason=The switch has been in uni-mng system force mode.(GigabitEthernet0/0/3 on AS-level1))


SVF Configuration:<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" />

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uni-mng
as name leaf model S5700-52P-PWR-LI-AC mac-address xxxx-xxxx-xxxx
as name level1 model S5700-52X-LI-48CS-AC mac-address xxxx-xxxx-xxxx
down-direction fabric-port 1 member-group interface Eth-Trunk 1
port Eth-Trunk 1 trunkmember interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/1
port Eth-Trunk 1 trunkmember interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/3
as name level2 model S5700-28TP-LI-AC mac-address xxxx-xxxx-xxxx

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ms.america     Created Apr 24, 2017 09:21:35 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The alarm in question announces that the level 2 switch has been forcibly configured in client mode, hence is not being able to start the negotiation with the level 1 AS.

To solve the problem, we would need to configure the mode of the level 2 AS to standalone by running the “undo uni-mng enable " command  in the user interface on the level 2 AS

 Standalone mode: is the common switch mode. In this mode, the switch is an independently operating switch.  When the switch is in a standalone mode and has no configuration file and no input on the console port, the switch can perform auto-negotiation with the parent to select its working mode and continue the svf setup process.

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