PBR Destination in an L3Out
Prior to APIC Release 5.2, PBR destinations must be in a BD, not in an L3Out. Starting with APIC Release 5.2, PBR destinations can be in an L3Out, which provides a more flexible design for service insertion.
In Data Center Fabrics
NX-OS 10.2: EVPN Hybrid IRB Mode Overview
This feature allows NX-OS VTEPs operating in Symmetric IRB mode to seamlessly inter-operate with VTEPs running in Asymmetric IRB mode within the same VXLAN EVPN fabric.
NX-OS 10.2: Multicast NAT Overview
Learn about Multicast Service Reflection on the Nexus 9000 and how bringing this capability within the network itself will improve network performance and scale.
Bridging the gap with VXLAN EVPN
Learn and understand the benefits of choosing VXLAN EVPN as your fabric mode.
Floating L3Out Enhancements
Starting from Cisco APIC Release 4.2, you could no longer specify L3Out logical interface paths for L3Out by using floating L3Out. APIC Release 5.2 enhances floating L3Out capabilities to optimize traffic path for internal endpoints to floating L3Out
VXLAN EVPN to the Rescue!
Define the fundamentals of VXLAN EVPN and how they fit together. Learn the of history of how VXLAN EVPN came about, and what problems it solves.
Remote Leaf Back-To-Back Connected Link
Remote leaf provides centralized management of configuration, discovery and operations to a pair of switches without the need of full fabric with APIC and Spine at edge location. It locally forwards traffic to other remote locations and locally conne