rahulgarg
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Facing problem while preparing vxlan using nsxramlclient

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I am trying to use nsxramlclient for nsx automation. While using vxlanprep.py code, I am getting following error :

reply: 'HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request\r\n'

header: Server:

header: Cache-Control: no-cache

header: Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2017 10:30:27 GMT

header: Connection: close

header: Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=31536000; includeSubDomains

header: X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

header: Content-Type: application/xml

receive bad status code 400

{'error': {'errorCode': '806', 'moduleName': 'core-services', 'details': 'Switch dvs-15718 does not contain all hosts in domain-c14823.'}}

Although my cluster have one host only in it, also I can see that host is connected to dvs, still I am getting this error.

On top of that I see this error with one cluster only, my other cluster with switch completely works fine.

Any pointers what am I missing ?

Here is the link for the test file shared in nsxramlclient.

nsxramlclient/vxlanprep.py at master · vmware/nsxramlclient · GitHub

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bayupw
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Double check your the VDS 'dvs-15718' and cluster 'domain-c14823' from vCenter MOB (Managed Object Browser) URL: https://<vCenterServerHostnameOrIP>/mob/?moid=<OBJECT_ID>

https://<vCenterServerHostnameOrIP>/mob/?moid=dvs-15718

https://<vCenterServerHostnameOrIP>/mob/?moid=domain-c14823

or RVTools or PowerCLI

If they are the correct VDS and cluster, try to prepare manually from the vCenter UI see if it's throwing similar error

Bayu Wibowo | VCIX6-DCV/NV
Author of VMware NSX Cookbook http://bit.ly/NSXCookbook
https://github.com/bayupw/PowerNSX-Scripts
https://nz.linkedin.com/in/bayupw | twitter @bayupw

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bayupw
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Double check your the VDS 'dvs-15718' and cluster 'domain-c14823' from vCenter MOB (Managed Object Browser) URL: https://<vCenterServerHostnameOrIP>/mob/?moid=<OBJECT_ID>

https://<vCenterServerHostnameOrIP>/mob/?moid=dvs-15718

https://<vCenterServerHostnameOrIP>/mob/?moid=domain-c14823

or RVTools or PowerCLI

If they are the correct VDS and cluster, try to prepare manually from the vCenter UI see if it's throwing similar error

Bayu Wibowo | VCIX6-DCV/NV
Author of VMware NSX Cookbook http://bit.ly/NSXCookbook
https://github.com/bayupw/PowerNSX-Scripts
https://nz.linkedin.com/in/bayupw | twitter @bayupw
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rahulgarg
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Seems I mixed up domain id, which was causing the error.    

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