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Creating sub interfaces on NSX-V 6.3.2/6.3.3 edges fails (2151711)

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Symptoms

  • Creating sub interfaces on NSX-V 6.3.2/6.3.3 edges fails.
  • You see a blank error message similar to:


Resolution

This is a known issue affecting VMware NSX for vSphere 6.3.2 and 6.3.3.

Currently, there is no resolution.

To work around this issue, apply a REST API call to add the sub interface.

Note: If you have NSX for vSphere 6.3.3 deployed,  you can first create the interface through the web User Interface (UI).
  1. In order to add the sub interfaces, do a GET API call to retrieve the existing setting of the targeted interface, and then revise the returned XML body to add the sub-interface. This procedure is to maintain the existing configuration for the interface.

    GET https://NSXMGR_IP/api/4.0/edges/edgeId/vnics/index


  2. Apply the REST API call.

    For example:

    POST https://NSXMGR_IP/api/4.0/edges/edge-8/vnics/?action=patch

    <vnics>
    <vnic>
    <label>vNic_1</label>
    <name>vnic1</name>
    <addressGroups/>
    <subInterfaces>
    <subInterface>
    <isConnected>true</isConnected>
    <label>vNic_11</label>
    <name>sub1</name>
    <tunnelId>5</tunnelId>
    <logicalSwitchId>virtualwire-1</logicalSwitchId>
    <enableSendRedirects>false</enableSendRedirects>
    <mtu>1500</mtu>
    <addressGroups>
    <addressGroup>
    <primaryAddress>192.168.111.11</primaryAddress>
    <subnetMask>255.255.255.0</subnetMask>
    <subnetPrefixLength>24</subnetPrefixLength>
    </addressGroup>
    </addressGroups>
    </subInterface>
    </subInterfaces>
    <mtu>1600</mtu>
    <type>trunk</type>
    <isConnected>true</isConnected>
    <index>1</index>
    <portgroupId>dvportgroup-111</portgroupId>
    <portgroupName>test_portgroup</portgroupName>
    <enableProxyArp>false</enableProxyArp>
    <enableSendRedirects>false</enableSendRedirects>
    </vnic>
    </vnics>

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