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View Data Policies

Centralized data policy is configured and applied on the vSmart controller, and then it is carried in OMP updates to the vEdge routers in the site-list that the policy is applied to. Centralized data policy examines fields in the headers of data packets, looking at the source and destination addresses and ports, and the protocol and DSCP values, and for matching packets, it can modify the next hop in a variety of ways or apply a policer to the packets. The policy match operation and any resultant actions are performed on the vEdge router as it transmits or receives data traffic.

Localized data policy, also called access lists (ACLs), is configured directly on a local vEdge router and affects data traffic being transmitted between the routers on the Viptela overlay network.

To view ACL information on a vEdge router:

In Releases 16.2 and later

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Monitor ► Network screen.
  2. Locate the vEdge router using the Sort options drop-down and the Search box. Or scroll through the list of devices in the device table.
  3. Select the vEdge router by clicking its system IP address.
  4. In the screen that opens, select Real Time in the left pane.
  5. Perform one of the procedures below to view specific BFD information.

In Releases 16.1 and earlier

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Monitor ► Network screen.
  2. From the Device Groups drop-down list in the left pane, select the device group to which the vEdge router belongs.
  3. Choose the options in the Sort by drop-down to sort the device list by status, hostname, system IP, site ID, or personality.
  4. Select the vEdge router from the left pane.
  5. In the right pane, click the Real Time toggle button.
  6. Perform one of the procedures below to view specific BFD information.

View Names of Configured ACLs

From the command drop-down located in the right pane, select Policy access list names.

CLI equivalent: show policy access-list-names

View Interfaces to Which ACLs Are Applied

From the command drop-down located in the right pane, select Policy access list associations.

CLI equivalent: show policy access-list-associations

View Count of Packets Affected by ACLs

From the command drop-down located in the right pane, select Policy access list counters.

CLI equivalent: show policy access-list-counters

Release Information

Introduced in vManage NMS in Release 15.2.

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